Ajax fans at the Amsterdam ArenA

Ajax 2 Barcelona 1: Fan suffers serious head injuries after falling from stand at the Amsterdam ArenA

Rumours that the fan had suffered fatal injuries in the fall were dismissed by Amsterdam Police after they confirmed the man remains in hospital with serious head injuries

Neil Lennon says Celtic must win tonight at Parkhead

Champions League - Celtic v AC Milan: Neil Lennon wary of threat to Celtic from 'wounded animal' of Milan

Neil Lennon has insisted there is no chance of Celtic underestimating the threat of Milan despite the Italians’ dreadful form going into the Champions League tie.

Andy Carroll is yet to play a game for West Ham since making his loan move permanent

Sam Allardyce left in the dark over return of West Ham striker Andy Carroll

The forward is currently out injured

Eight Amsterdam police officers hurt in Celtic clashes

Eight police officers were injured in a clash between football fans and officers before Celtic's Champions League match against Ajax in Amsterdam.

Postcard from... Brussels

Christian Eriksen

Christian Eriksen sets his sights on Arsenal star Mesut Ozil as he targets the Premier League title for Tottenham

The former Ajax midfielder made an eye catching debut against Norwich

£3,489 - Journey Latin America

Travel challenge: A tour of Ecuador and the Galápagos Islands

A tour of Ecuador and the Galápagos Islands

Jim White

Music review: Jim White, St. Pancras Old Church, London

Jim White’s songs are the tip of an iceberg of painful lives he’s lived and seen. The 56-year-old Floridian is a neat man of small movements, and his music too has incremental, gentle power.

The Saturday Quiz answers

1. Paris.

Branislav Ivanovic rises to head home Chelsea’s winning goal

Europa League Final: Branislav Ivanovic says victory over Benfica is 'like a dream'

The defender scored an injury time winner

Jorge Jesus in full flow during Saturday’s defeat to Porto which is likely to cost Benfica the Portuguese title

Europa League final: Benfica manager Jorge Jesus will cast shadow over Chelsea counterpart Rafael Benitez

Benfica's high-energy coach will dominate touchline with wild ways when side face Chelsea

John Terry is taken off the pitch with an ankle injury during Chelsea's 2-1 victory over Aston Villa

Europa League final: Chelsea coy over fitness of John Terry and Eden Hazard

The pair came off injured in Saturday's match against Aston Villa

Frank lampard will be offered terms similar to those he is already on

Rafa Benitez faces Europa League final poser over Frank Lampard

Chelsea manager Rafa Benitez has hinted that John Terry and Frank Lampard may be left on the bench for the Europa League final against Benfica.

Deals of the week - Brockencote hall, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Barcelona

Less than £200... Brockencote Hall, a lakeside manor in the Worcestershire village of Chaddesley Corbett, has a two-night escape from now until 31 May for £155pp, based on two sharing for Sunday to Thursday stays. Cream tea is included on arrival, with one three-course dinner and breakfast. Brockencotehall.com

The passengers set out from Tyneside's ferry port at North Shields on Friday afternoon on a £48-a-head break to the Netherlands. 

British tourists left feeling queasy after mini-cruise to Amsterdam sees them spend just SIX MINUTES in Dutch capital after 30-hour ferry journey from hell

Bad weather and rough seas meant their overnight ferry arrived 13 hours late at its destination.

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