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Seville 1 CSKA Moscow 2 (CSKA Moscow win 3-2 on aggregate)

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Barcelona and Real Madrid are the most feared teams in this season's Champions League but Europe should beware La Liga's third representative in today's draw. Seville are something of an afterthought when considering the Iberian threat, but they deserve to be taken seriously.

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