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Victor Moses backs Chelsea to move on after Atletico Madrid stalemate

07 Diciembre 2017

The UEFA logo is seen before the draw ceremony for the 2016/2017 Champions League Cup soccer competition at Monaco's Grimaldi Forum in Monaco, August 25, 2016. "The performance was good from us and their keeper had a fantastic game". The midfield three of Marco Verratti, Adrien Rabiot and Julian Draxler were overrun in the first half and left wide open spaces at the back which Corentin Tolisso exploited for his double.

The Reds could also look at Mohamed Salah's Egyptian team-mate RAMI RABIA.

However, fine finishes from Romelu Lukaku and Rashford within seconds turned the scoreline on its head with 25 minutes remaining and Jose Mourinho's men coasted over the finishing line. They struggled for long periods at the Camp Nou against a stubborn Sporting Lisbon, needing a Paco Alcacer strike and an own goal from their former centre-back Jeremy Mathieu to wrap up a 2-0 win. How have we not won?

Real Madrid have made contact with Chelsea's EDEN HAZARD after manager Zinedine Zidane was given permission to make a move for the Belgian international. Perhaps Jupp Heynckes is leading Bayern into genuine contention once more. While certain big English sides thumb their noses at it, there are historic clubs like AC Milan, under the charge of Rino Gattuso, and Lazio in there, who could inject a further element of glamour if paired with Celtic next week.

"That's why you want to go through and try and be a protagonist in this tournament".

"When you arrive at the quarterfinals and semifinals the English teams have a lot of games", Conte said. "When you play this way and create so much you must be satisfied", Conte said.

And Klopp insists Liverpool will be prepared for whoever after last night's stuffing of Spartak. The Blues trail leaders Manchester City by 11 points.

Saul Niguez's header gave Atletico the lead.

The 2017/18 Champions League group stage saw a total of 306 goals scored; the most in a group stage campaign in competition history.

Messi and Raul were both 21 when they reached double figures, while Rooney was comparatively senior by the time he managed it, aged 22.

Victor Moses backs Chelsea to move on after Atletico Madrid stalemate