Champions League round-up: Roberto Mancini enjoys Wesley Sneijder’s snow celebration

Roberto Mancini has succeeded in taking Galatasaray through to the knockout stages of the Champions League – a feat he never managed with Manchester City.

Galatasaray's Wesley Sneijder (R) fights for the ball with Juventus' Leonardo Banucci
Galatasaray midfielder Felipe Melo raises his arms as the snow falls in Istanbul

Champions League round-up: Roberto Mancini must try again after snow blizzard halts Galatasaray's clash with Juventus

A freak snow storm in Istanbul meant the game between Galatasaray and Juventus, which would decide who would finish second in Group B, was abandoned after 32 minutes.

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Patrick Vieira put Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp up front in 'greatest' Arsenal team - but there's no room for Cesc Fabregas and Marc Overmars

The former Arsenal captain was asked to name an XI based on those he played with

Bayern Munich celebrate winning the Champions League at Wembley in May

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A look at how each Champions League group is shaping up ahead of the final round of matches

'I Am Zlatan' - the autobiography by Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Book of the Week: I Am Zlatan Ibrahimovic as told to David Lagercrantz

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is relatively unheralded in this country, though the tall, dark Swedish striker with a distinctly un-Nordic name certainly made England sit up and take notice when putting four past Joe Hart in Stockholm last year.

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World Cup 2014 draw: The run down on England's group opponents Italy, Uruguay and Costa Rica

Glenn Moore runs the rule of the sides England will face in Group D

Liverpool manager Steven Gerrard has admitted that Steven Gerrard could retire from international football following England's 2014 World Cup campaign

Poll: Greg Dyke thinks England have been drawn in a Group of Death. But can't we think of a better name this time?

'Group of Death' is so 2002. Now we need a new name for this actually-quite-difficult-looking set-up.

David Moyes must at least ensure that Manchester United qualify for next season's Champions League
Gareth Bale curls in Real Madrid’s first goal at the Bernabeu

Champions League round-up: Gareth Bale fills Cristiano Ronaldo's boots for 10-man Real Madrid

Gareth Bale struck a superb opening goal for Real Madrid as the Spanish side overcame being reduced to 10 men for more than an hour to beat Roberto Mancini’s Galatasaray 4-1 at the Bernabeu.

45,000 fans will wear Cristiano Ronaldo face masks when Real Madrid face Galatasaray tonight in a show of support for his Ballon d'Or campaign

Real Madrid v Galatasaray: 45,000 Real Madrid fans to wear Cristiano Ronaldo face masks in show of Fifa Ballon d'Or support

Two supporters groups have organised the stunt to support campaign for the forward to win this year's Ballon d'Or award

Gareth Bale

Harry Redknapp 'tried to get rid of Gareth Bale' during his time at Tottenham, claims Damien Comolli

The former director of football has revealed he expected to stay at White Hart Lane for life

Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has been given a caution after being arrested on suspicion of criminal damage

Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner arrested on suspicion of criminal damage to luxury apartment after going on 'night swim'

Police confirm the 25-year-old Dane has been cautioned for criminal damage but will not be required to attend court

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