Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates one of his goals against Galatasaray as Lionel Messi prepares for PSG quarter-final

Lionel Messi v Cristiano Ronaldo - world's greatest players locked in new battle

The stars of Barcelona and Real Madrid are vying to be Champions League top scorer

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates one of his two goals for Real Madrid in their Champions League tie against Galatasaray

Cristiano Ronaldo admits Real Madrid almost allowed Champions League tie with Galatasaray to 'get out of hand'

Spanish side move into last four despite defeat in Turkey

Real Madrid players celebrate with Cristiano Ronaldo after he set them on their way to a comfortable victory in the first leg

Champions League: Galatasaray v Real Madrid match preview

A look ahead to tonight’s Champions League quarter-final second leg at the Türk Telekom Arena

Real Madrid players celebrate with Cristiano Ronaldo after he set them on their way to a comfortable victory

Real Madrid 3 Galatasaray 0: Cristiano Ronaldo puts Spanish giants closer to Jose Mourinho's dream finale at Wembley

Madrid will see this as an easing-up before the semi-finals – the stage at which they fell last season

Ferguson must hope the same goes for Cristiano Ronaldo (above) – in every sense after the former United man’s leap above Patrice Evra in the first game to equalise

Champions League: Real Madrid v Galatasaray match preview

A look ahead to this tonight’s Champions League quarter-final at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Real Madrid's Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho (R) and Real Madrid's goalkeeper and captain Iker Casillas (C) take part in a training session
24.	Didier Drogba - £25m

Champions League: Didier Drogba comes full circle with return to Real Madrid with Galatasaray

Galatasaray striker made his European debut at the Bernabeu

Tom Cleverley: Sir Alex Ferguson has always spoken highly of him and his emergence is a real bonus for Hodgson 7/0

Montenegro v England: Tom Cleverley prepared for hostile reception

England play the group leaders on Tuesday

Champions League draw: Real Madrid and Barcelona kept apart

Spanish giants kept apart in quarter-final draw

Galatasaray fans celebrate during their side's victory over Schalke

Galatasaray fans attempted to dig their way into Schalke stadium 'using only bare hands'

Eager supporters wanted to see team training on Monday ahead of last night's Champions League game at the Veltins-Arena

Wesley Sneijder is welcomed by Galatarasay supporters after his arrival at Ataturk airport

Champions League: Will the investments pay off? Didier Drogba and Wesley Sneijder carry hopes of Galatasaray

The Turkish giants are level 1-1 with Schalke 04 ahead of tonight's match

Didier Drogba

Champions League: Schalke 04 v Galatasaray match preview

A look ahead to tonight’s Champions League clash at the Veltins-Arena

Jermaine Jones' late strike has given Schalke the upper hand in the tie
Galatasaray duo Wesley Sneijder and Didier Drogba

Champions League: Galatasaray v Schalke match preview

A look ahead to tonight’s Champions League fixture at the Turk Telecom Arena

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