Sport Samuel Eto'o of Chelsea celebrates

Torres struggled in front of goal once again in the 3-0 win over Stoke and Mourinho is considering an early return for Eto'o if he is able to train without pain on the eve of the quarter-final second leg

Alex Buttner and Arjen Robben

Manchester United v Bayern Munich: Alexander Buttner confident he can deal with the threat posed by Arjen Robben

Buttner is likely to cover for the suspended Patrice Evra and he believes that his performances in his past two starts have him confident that he can deal with the winger

Hat-trick hero van Persie's night ended disappointingly as he exited the game on a stretcher

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Striker lead United's three-goal comeback to progress to the Champions League last-eight

Barcelona players celebrate Dani Alves' goal - which may have put the tie beyond Manchester City

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Manchester United will look to make up lost money with high profile friendlies should they fail to qualify for Europe

Manchester United look to cash in on worldwide friendlies should they miss out on Champions League football next year

David Moyes' side are considering a series of high profile games to help recoup money that will be lost if they fail to qualify for Europe

Martin Demichelis is sent-off for Manchester City, Mesut Ozil misses a penalty for Arsenal, and Wayne Rooney looks dejected after Manchester United lose to Olympiakos

Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United can all take heart from Tottenham comeback to join European greats

Spurs overturned a 2-0 deficit to beat Dnipro 3-2, joining some of the most exhilarating comebacks in European history

Manuel Pellegrini said Jonas Eriksson should not have been referee on Tuesday because he was Swedish

Manuel Pellegrini given two-match touchline ban following his outburst after Manchester City defeat to Barcelona

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Frank Lampard has called on the Premier League to help English sides competing in the Champions League when it comes to scheduling fixtures

Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard claims Premier League fails teams in the Champions League

Lampard feels that clubs in Europe are not helped by the Premier League when it comes to arranging games around the midweek Champions League clashes

Fernando Torres celebrates his goal (Getty)

Galatasaray 1 Chelsea 1: Fernando Torres experiences another night of heaven and hell

Striker opened the scoring early on but there could and should have been so much more to celebrate

Chelsea escaped Istanbul with a draw and a precious away goal from Torres

Galatasaray 1 Chelsea 1 match report: Fernando Torres goal halts collapse of the English in the Champions League

Striker gave the Blues an early lead but John Chedjou ensured the Turkish side will head to Stamford Bridge level on the scoresheet

Didier Drogba, Jose Mourinho and Eden Hazard

Galatasaray 1 Chelsea 1: Champions League - As it happened

Follow minute-by-minute updates from the Turk Telecom Arena where Chelsea take on Galatasaray in the Champions League last-16 first leg

The Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was barely willing to talk about anything outside of Stamford Bridge yesterday

Jose Mourinho says the media should be 'embarrassed' over secret recording of Samuel Eto'o age comments

Manager insists disparaging comments about Chelsea striker were a joke

Didier Drogba will face his former manager Jose Mourinho when Galatasaray take on Chelsea in the Champions League last-16

Galatasaray v Chelsea: Jose Mourinho targeting '10-0 win' in Champions League first leg after Everton frustration

Mourinho joked that his side would leave little to doubt by beating Galatasaray 10-0 after it took 93 minutes to break down the Toffees on the weekend

Frank Lampard (L) and John Terry (R) have a prominent role to play in Jose Mourinho's plan for Champions League success

Galatasaray v Chelsea: Experience of Frank Lampard and John Terry key to success in Champions League, says Jose Mourinho

Mourinho insists that experienced players such as the English duo will be crucial to the Blues' European hopes having 'experienced everything in the Champions League'

Arjen Robben is brought down by Wojciech Szczesny during Bayern Munich's 2-0 victory over Arsenal

Arsenal 0 Bayern Munich 2: Arjen Robben denies diving to get Wojciech Szczesny sent-off and relates his defence to that of a 'cornered dog'

Robben was targeted by Arsenal fans after the incident which won Bayern a penalty but the Dutchman feels it was a stonewall penalty

Wojciech Szczesny is sent-off during Arsenal's 2-0 defeat to Bayern Munich

Arsenal 0 Bayern Munich 2 match report: Bayern too strong for 10-man Gunners as Wojciech Szczesny sent-off and Mesut Ozil misses penalty

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