David Silva, left, tries to get beyond Norwich defender Sébastien Bassong
Arjen Robben is helped off the pitch

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The Netherlands international was taken off on a stretcher

Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards, ski jumper

Page 3 Profile: Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards, ski jumper

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Franck Ribery

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The France international helped Bayern to win an unprecedented Champions League, Bundesliga and German Cup treble

Pep Guardiola

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Mats Hummels picked up an ankle injury at Wembley

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German football may pay a heavy price for its triumph at Wembley this week: the reduction of the Bundesliga’s title race to a procession.

Juergen Klopp

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Mats Hummels and Marcel Schmelzer took knocks during Germany's 1-0 win over England, joining an already lengthy injury list

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Germany will feel the loss of Sami Khedira more keenly than Real Madrid

The holding midfielder was one of only a few guaranteed a place in the starting line-up

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The president of the treble winners has been overwhelmed with the solidarity the club has displayed

Dortmund fans

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The embarrassing mistake was due to 'human error' say the Champions League runners-up

Bayern Munich celebrate their Champions League success

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The Champions League winners received between 80,000 and 140,000 requests per game

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Soccernomics: Ed Miliband's plans for regulation... explained through the wisdom of the Bundesliga

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<p><strong>2. Gareth Barry (Everton, v Chelsea, Saturday)</strong></p>
<p>Roberto Martinez’s re-shaping of Everton moves to a new phase with the arrival of a passer in Barry, rescued from the purgatory of Manchester City’s bench. The next step is to persuade Everton’s back four to give him the ball, rather than look in vain for the head of Marouane Fellaini.</p>

Influence of Gareth Barry hailed by Everton manager Roberto Martinez ahead of trip to Manchester City

The midfielder will not be eligible to play against his parent club this weekend

Micah Richards up against Franck Ribery in the Champions League

Micah Richards admits Manchester City were 'beaten by the better team' following Bayern Munich defeat

The German side won 3-1 at the Etihad with a fine display

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