The FifPro Team of the Year: (Back L-R) Lionel Messi, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Cristiano Ronaldo, Franck Ribery, Xavi. (Front L-R) Dani Alves, Thiago Silva, Sergio Ramos, Phillip Lahm and Manuel Neuer (missing Andres Iniesta).

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Mesut Ozil

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The technology helps officials battling to keep players creeping forward at free-kicks

Gilberto Silva in action for Atletico Mineiro

Arsenal can surprise Bayern Munich in the Champions League, says former midfielder Gilberto Silva

The growing maturity of the younger players has given the Gunners reason to believe that can end trophy drought

SABMiller chairman Graham Mackay dies aged 64

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Pep Guardiola

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Uli Hoeness was on a private strip to the US when he spoke with the former Barcelona coach

James Milner celebrates scoring the winner

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Pellegrini does not believe facing Barcelona is the fearsome prospect it once was

James Milner celebrates scoring City’s winner at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday

Fearless Manchester City can let slide Manuel Pellegrini's goal blunder

As their fans began trooping onto planes long before dawn broke over Munich, few of them cared that Manchester City had miscalculated how many goals they needed to top their Champions League group. That City had beaten Bayern Munich in their own stadium was surely enough.

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini thought they needed to beat Bayern Munich 5-2 rather than 4-2 to overtake them in Group A

Real Madrid, Barcelona, PSG and Atletico Madrid lie in wait following Manchester City's miscalculations

City's failure to score a fourth goal and subsequently leapfrog Bayern Munich in Group D could have huge implications for their Champions League hopes

Manchester City manager Manuel Pelegrini congratulates his players after their successful 3-2 victory over Champions League holders Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich 2 Manchester City 3: City miss out on top spot amid goal difference mix-up, despite famous victory at the Allianz Arena

Both City manager Manuel Pellegrini and his players were confused as to whether they needed four goals or five to clinch the Group D winners berth

James Milner celebrates scoring the winner

Bayern Munich 2 Manchester City 3 match report: James Milner derails Bayern express in epic fightback at the Allianz Arena

City come from two down to beat reigning European Champions

Goalkeeper Joe Hart plays the ball during a Manchester City training session at Allianz Arena

Bayern Munich v Manchester City: Joe Hart handed daunting way back by Manuel Pellegrini

City must win by three goals if they are to usurp Bayern at the top of their Champions League group

Pep Guardiola

Bayern Munich send out a message with 7-0 victory over Werder Bremen, and are preparing to send out another against Manchester City

Pep Guardiola's side are becoming judged on how heavy a defeat they can inflict

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