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UEFA Champions League Weekly # 26

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PN: 39289420 / Date: 24/04/2015

Magazine Show 26 Running Order


No + V/O

Item

Dur

R/T

Time In

Titles

00:40

10:00:40

Teases:

00:21

10:01:01

10:00:00

1) Thomas Mller
2) Sergio Busquets
3) PSG & Marco Verratti
4

Sting

00:03

10:01:04

Featured Review Bayern v Porto

03:20

10:04:24

Feature 1 Thomas Mller

02:52

10:07:16

Bayerns Thomas Mller has had another successful season in the


UEFA Champions League. We analyse the tactical intelligence of the
player who has become known as the Raumdeuter, due to his
ability to more often than not be in the right place at the right time.
7

Sting

00:03

10:07:19

Feature 2 Real Madrid v Atltico Madrid & reflections

05:39

10:12:58

Were in Madrid for the dramatic conclusion of the Quarter-Final


between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid and reflect on whats been
another memorable season in the competition for Diego Simeones
side.
9

Wipe

00:00

10:12:58

10

Still to come

00:09

10:13:07

Break Bumper Out

00:05

10:13:12

Clock into part 2

00:30

10:14:00

Break Bumper In

00:05

10:14:05

Feature 3 One Club Man - Sergio Busquets

03:12

10:17:17

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In the latest in our series, One Club Man, we speak to Barcelonas


Sergio Busquets, who has won everything there is to win in world
football and is still only 26. With Barcelona this season hes aiming

for a third UEFA Champions League title.


12

Feature 4 Barcelona v PSG & reflections

03:48

10:21:05

Its been another season of highs and lows in the UEFA Champions
League for PSG. As they exit at the Quarter-Finals for the third
successive season we profile one of their standout performers, Italian
midfield star, Marco Verratti.
13

Sting

00:03

10:21:08

14

Match Review Monaco v Juventus

01:14

10:22:22

15

Semi-Final Draw

01:35

10:23:57

16

Lookahead

00:08

10:24:05

17

Closing sequence

00:20

10:24:25

END

Magazine Show 26 Teases


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COMMENTARY

10:00:40

From top

Into the Semi-Finals and in some style, Bayerns Thomas


Mller has something to shout about.

10:00:47

After wipe

The quiet force in Barcelonas midfield, our latest one club


man, Sergio Busquets.

10:00:55

After wipe

And after another Quarter-Final exit its a case of what


might have been for PSG and Marco Verratti.
END

Magazine Show 26 Match Review: Bayern v Porto


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COMMENTARY

10:01:10

Porto fans

But first to Munich and a balmy evening that would see


Bayern stake their claim as real contenders. They came
into their Quarter final second leg trailing 3-1 to Porto. And
as the haze made way for the glow of the floodlights; there
was growing belief amongst Bayerns passionate support
whove come to expect success in this competition.

10:01:31

Fans in stairwell

Portos travelling fans were also confident. Unbeaten in


Europe this season, their exciting team was on the verge
of a first Semi-Final since 2004.

10:01:42

Read on

They were however were missing Brazilian full-backs,


Danilo and Sandro - an area that a ruthless Bayern would
exploit, to devastating effect.

10:01:54

10:02:02

10:02:10

Man

running

with

From the very start the home side pressed at a high

ball

tempo, this was a different Bayern to the first leg.

After fan wearing hat

And in the 14th minute, came their breakthrough; Thiago

shot

Alcntara met Juan Bernats cross. Lift-off.

Fans

Bayern were rampant and Porto were powerless. Eight


minutes after the first goal, Jrme Boateng doubled their
advantage putting the Bavarians ahead on away goals.

10:02:27

After fans

A brilliant third goal soon followed. Philipp Lahm and


Thomas Mller combined superbly before Robert
Lewandowski rounded things off.

10:02:37

After fans

Mllers deflected effort made it four nil but Bayern didnt


stop there.

10:02:43

After fan celeb

A fifth goal felt inevitable and Lewandowski duly delivered.


For the third time this season theyd scored five goals in a
half.

10:02:56

After w/s fans

Bayerns mission was accomplished. Porto did pull one

goal back in the 73rd minute from first leg star Jackson
Martnez.
10:03:07

After foul

But any glimmer of a comeback was extinguished when


Ivn Marcano received a second yellow card and was sent
off. Xabi Alonso completed the rout with Bayerns sixth,
from the resulting free-kick.

10:03:20

Read on

A spectacular performance that will live long in Bavarian


memories.

10:03:28

After dip from black

As for Porto their first defeat in Europe this season was


difficult to take for the clubs coach, in his first campaign in
the competition.

10:03:38

SOT:

JULEN

WE LOST ONE GAME OUT OF TWELVE - AGAINST

LOPETEGUI

BAYERN, IN THEIR STADIUM. IT'S PAINFUL BECAUSE

(SPANISH)

EVERYBODY WAS EXCITED ABOUT THIS TIE. WE


HAVE

AN

INCREDIBLY

YOUNG

SQUAD,

THE

YOUNGEST IN THE COMPETITION AND IN PORTO'S


HISTORY. WE'LL BE BACK, DON'T WORRY ABOUT
THAT.

10:03:56

SOT:

PEP

IT

WAS

ONE

OF

THOSE

MATCHES

WHERE

GUARDIOLA

EVERYTIME YOU GET A CHANCE INFRONT OF GOAL,

(GERMAN)

YOU SCORE. ITS GREAT BECAUSE THE WAY WE


FELT IN THESE LAST FEW DAYS, ESPECIALLY AFTER
OUR GAME IN HOFFENHEIM AND AFTER WE FLEW
BACK FROM PORTUGAL, I WAS INCREASINGLY
HOPEFUL AND CONFIDENT THAT WE WOULD HAVE
THE OPPORTUNITY TO WIN THIS GAME, AND THAT IS
THE DIFFERENCE.
END

Magazine Show 26 Feature 1: Thomas Mller


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COMMENTARY

10:04:24

NATSOT: THOMAS

[NO SCRIPT]

MLLER
(GERMAN)
10:04:33

C/U camera

In the Semi-Finals Bayern will hope that Thomas Mller


continues to delight the clubs fans. Hes Bayerns topscorer in Europe this season with six goals in eight UEFA
Champions League games. For the man known as the
Raumdeuter, or Space Investigator, his success in front
of goal is something that comes naturally.

10:04:55

SOT:

THOMAS

BEING IN THE RIGHT PLACE IS NOTHING NEW, I

MLLER

DIDNT MAKE UP THOSE MOVES, THEY JUST SEEM

(GERMAN)

LOGICAL TO ME. I THINK 20% OF THE TIME ITS


DOWN TO INSTINCT. SOMETIMES, YOU JUST THINK
OF THE MOST OBVIOUS RUN AND YOU GAMBLE A
LITTLE. YOU RELY ON YOUR FEELINGS, THINKING
THE

DEFENDER

COULD

LOSE

THE

BALL OR

SOMETHING LIKE THAT.


10:05:21

After SOT

Speculative, with a touch of good fortune, might best


describe Mllers effort against Porto. But the 25-year-old
has been finding the net regularly in Europe since scoring
on his debut in 2009. He now has 27 goals in only 66
UEFA Champions League appearances.

10:05:39

SOT:

THOMAS

MOST OF MY GOALS ARE SCORED INSIDE THE

MLLER

PENALTY AREA, AND THAT MEANS THAT I HAVE TO

(GERMAN)

POSITION MYSELF WELL IN THE BOX. BUT IM


CONSTANTLY WORKING, AND THE MOVES THAT
LEAD TO A GOAL ARE NOT THE ONLY ONES THAT
MATTER IN A GAME. YOU ALWAYS NEED TO TRY TO
GET ON THE END OF A BALL AND BE IN A SITUATION
WHERE YOU CAN BE DANGEROUS. BUT THE FANS
DON'T PAY ATTENTION TO THE FIVE ATTEMPTS THAT
WERE STOPPED BY A DEFENDER AT THE LAST
MOMENT, OR THE RUNS YOUVE MADE OR THE
PASSES THAT A TEAMMATE OR YOURSELF HAVE
COMPLETED.

10:06:17

After SOT

Now into their fifth Semi-Final in six years, Bayern and


Mller know that the stakes will be higher and the games
will only get tougher.

10:06:29

SOT:

THOMAS

IN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE THERES NO 'DAVID

MLLER

VERSUS GOLIATH' OR AT LEAST VERY RARELY. ITS

(GERMAN)

JUST THE WAY THE MEDIA PORTRAY IT. AND WHEN


YOU REACH THE SEMI-FINALS OR THE FINAL,
YOU'VE GOT TOP CLUBS FACING EACH OTHER. IN
FOOTBALL AND PARTICULARLY IN TIGHT GAMES AT
THE TOP LEVEL, LUCK CAN ALSO PLAY AN
IMPORTANT

ROLE.

IT

CAN

COME

DOWN

TO

CENTIMETRES, REFEREEING DECISIONS OR EVEN


COUNTER-ATTACKS.
10:06:54

SOT:

THOMAS

WE ALL HOPE THAT WE WILL REACH THE FINAL

MLLER

AGAIN. BUT HOPING IS NOT ENOUGH. WE HAVE TO

(GERMAN)

SHOW WHAT WE CAN DO ON THE PITCH, AND


ACHIEVE GOOD RESULTS. WE ARE ON THE RIGHT
PATH TO SUCCESS, AND WE HAVE TO KEEP IT UP.
END

Magazine Show 26 Feature 2: Real v Atlti & Atlti reflections


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COMMENTARY

10:07:24

Fans

On Wednesday Real Madrid and Atltico Madrid met for

outside

stadium

the eighth time this season, with the home support


showing up in boisterous mood for such a high stakes
derby.

10:07:37

Teams out

Without an away goal from the first leg, and missing four of
their staring XI, Real faced an Atltico defence whod kept
eight clean sheets in their last nine European matches.
But, with Sergio Ramos playing in midfield, it was the
hosts who dominated the initial exchanges.

10:07:55

Hernandez

side

netting

Javier Hernndez led the Real front line, just his seventh
start of the season and it showed with an early miss.

13 minutes
10:08:04

Gamez effort

Jess Gmez would test Iker Casillas at the other end

28 minutes

but Atlti were limited in their offensive play. It was the


European Champions more actively seeking a Semi-Final
place.

10:08:17

Turan 1st yellow

Arda Turans foul on Toni Kroos earned him a yellow card.

31 minutes
10:08:22

Ronaldo free kick

Before Cristiano Ronaldo stung the palms of Jan Oblak.

31 minutes

The Slovenian goalkeeper was carrying on where he left


off a week earlier.

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10:08:31

Ronaldo chance

Just before half-time another superb save denied Ronaldo.

44 minutes

Anxiety among the home support was clear. Seven


matches was their longest winless run against their city
rivals.

10:08:44

Hernandez

miss

(Isco assist)

In the second period, Isco found Hernndez - who couldnt


convert.

48 minutes
10:08:50

10:08:56

10:09:12

Koke header

Atlti rarely ventured forward Kokes header was straight

69 minutes

at Casillas.

Turan

2nd

yellow

Then, with fifteen minutes remaining - a pivotal moment:

card

Turan dismissed after receiving a second yellow. Could

76 minutes

Simeones men resist the onslaught now?

Hernandez miss

Oblak saved from Hernndez as tensions rose and extra

80 minutes

time loomed. Then with only two minutes left - the


breakthrough.

10:09:22

Hernandez goal 1-0

Ronaldo with his 19th assist of the season the provider,

88 minutes

as Hernandez sent El Bernabu into delirium and Real into


the last four for the fifth year running.

10:09:34

Full Time

No more than the reigning champions had deserved.

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10:09:39

SOT:

CARLO

THE GAME WENT AS WE WANTED WE WERE IN

ANCELOTTI:

CONTROL. WE TRIED NOT TO RUSH WHEN WE

(SPANISH)

ATTACKED,
COUNTER

WE

TRIED

ATTACKS,

TO

AND

GUARD

ABOVE

AGAINST

ALL,

AVOID

PROBLEMS FROM SET PIECES. WE DIDNT WANT TO


COMMIT

SILLY

FOULS

AND

HAD

GREAT

CONCENTRATION IN DEAD BALL SITUATIONS. SO I


THINK IN THAT SENSE EVERYTHING WENT VERY
WELL, THE TEAM DID A GREAT JOB OF DICTATING
PLAY THROUGHOUT THE MATCH.
10:10:11

SOT:

DIEGO

EVER SINCE I WAS A YOUNG BOY I WAS TAUGHT

SIMEONE

THAT IN FOOTBALL YOU HAVE TO COMPETE. AND

(SPANISH)

WHEN YOU GIVE EVERYTHING YOU HAVE, YOU CAN


GO HOME HAPPY. AS A CHILD EVEN WHEN I LOST ID
STILL

BE

HAPPY

IF

ID

GIVEN

ABSOLUTELY

EVERYTHING AND SWEATED FOR THE SHIRT. AND


WHEN A TEAM WORK AS MINE DID TONIGHT, THERE
ARE NO NEGATIVE FEELINGS, QUITE THE OPPOSITE.
10:10:33

SOT:

CARLO

ANCELOTTI

OUR DREAM OF PLAYING ANOTHER FINAL IS STILL


ALIVE SO TONIGHTS GAME WAS VERY IMPORTANT.

(SPANISH)
10:10:39

SOT:

CARLO

IF WE SHOW THE SAME ATTITUDE WE SHOWED

ANCELOTTI

TONIGHT THEN WE CAN COMPETE WITH ANYONE

(SPANISH)

WITHOUT A PROBLEM.

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10:10:47

SOT:

DIEGO

MY PLAYERS PLAY WITH ENORMOUS PRIDE. AND IM

SIMEONE

GRATEFUL TO BE THE COACH OF A GROUP OF

(SPANISH)

FOOTBALLERS WHO DEVOTE THEMSELVES AS


THEY DO.

10:10:58

After SOT

Atlticos European journey, over in an instant. But it has


been another remarkable effort from Los Rojiblancos in
the UEFA Champions League. Diego Simeones side are
the only team not to concede at home in this seasons
competition, developing their reputation as one of
European footballs toughest opponents. And with their
inspirational coach recently signing a new long term
contract, the project looks far from over.

10:11:27

SOT:

DIEGO

GODN (SPAN ISH)

WE KNOW THAT PLAYERS COME AND GO, AS HAS


HAPPENED THIS SEASON, WE DONT SAY THAT WE
HAVE BETTER PLAYERS, BUT DIFFERENT ONES.
ONE

TEAMMATE

LEAVES

AND

ANOTHER

ONE

ARRIVES, BUT ALWAYS WITH THE INTENTION OF


IMPROVING ATLETICO MADRID. BUT SIMEONE IS
THE FUNDAMENTAL PIECE. HES THE LEADER OF
THIS GROUP AND THE CLUB. THE PEOPLE FOLLOW
AND SUPPORT HIM. SO IT WOULD BE VERY
DIFFICULT TO PICTURE ATLETICO MADRID WITHOUT
SIMEONE.

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10:11:57

After SOT

Defeat to their city rivals for the second successive season


will have cut deep. But Atltis focus has already turned to
La Liga, and ensuring they will take their place in this
competition once again next season.

10:12:10

SOT:

DIEGO

GODN (SPANISH)

PLAYING

IN

FANTASTIC.

THE
ITS

CHAMPIONS
A

LEAGUE,

COMPETITION

THAT

IS
IS

EXTREMELY PRESTIGIOUS AND IS SHOWN ALL


OVER THE WORLD. AND ON THIS STAGE WHETHER
YOU PERFORM WELL OR BADLY ITS A GREAT
SPECTACLE FOR THE WORLD TO SEE AND ALL OF
THAT MAKES YOU WANT TO WIN, COMPETE AND DO
WELL IN IT.
10:12:34

SOT:

DIEGO

I THINK THAT MANY COACHES WOULD BE ENVIOUS

SIMEONE

OF ME WORKING WITH THESE FOOTBALLERS WHO

(SPANISH)

WIN HEADERS, RUN FOR 90 MINUTES, GROW IN THE


FACE OF ADVERSITY AND COMPETE SO WELL. I
CONGRATULATE OUR OPPONENTS WHO PLAYED A
GOOD MATCH AND SCORED A LOVELY GOAL. NOW
WE PREPARE TO FACE ELCHE, WHICH IS AN
EXTREMELY IMPORTANT

MATCH

FOR

US AND

CRUCIAL TO OUR PLANS FOR NEXT SEASON.


END

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Magazine Show 26 Still To Come


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COMMENTARY

10:12:59

After wipe

Still to come, Barcelonas Busquets reflects on his


incredible success in the competition.
END

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Magazine Show 26 Feature 3: Sergio Busquets


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COMMENTARY

10:14:05

From top

As Barcelona march towards a potential fifth European


Title we continue our series One Club Men by looking at
the pivot at the heart of their midfield, Sergio Busquets.

10:14:19

On Barca flag slomo

The Son of former Bara Goalkeeper, Carles Busquets,


the 26 year-old was born just 20 km north of central
Barcelona; and was a Blaugrana fan from birth.

10:14:30

After close up on

Busquets graduated from La Masia academy and made

eyes

his first team debut under Pep Guardiola in 2008, when he


was only 20. He ended that season by winning the treble
and emulating his father by lifting club footballs biggest
prize.

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10:14:47

SOT:

SERGIO

OBVIOUSLY THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE IS THE MOST

BUSQUETS

PRESTIGIOUS CLUB TROPHY YOU CAN WIN AS A

(SPANISH)

PLAYER.

ITS

EVERYONE

THE

COMPETITION

DREAMS

OF

IN

WHICH

MAKING

BREAKTHROUGH, GETTING MINUTES ON THE PITCH


AND PLAYING MATCHES, AND IT ALL WENT VERY
QUICKLY! I MADE MY DEBUT AGAINST BASEL AND
SCORED, THEN I WAS LUCKY ENOUGH TO KEEP MY
PLACE

IN

THE

TEAM,

AND

WE

KEPT

ON

PROGRESSING THROUGH THE ROUNDS UNTIL WE


REACHED THE FINAL. HAVING MADE THE STARTING
XI, I EXPERIENCED EVERYTHING THAT SURROUNDS
A CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL: ALL THE PRE-MATCH
FESTIVITIES, A PACKED STADIUM WITH FANS OF
BOTH TEAMS. IT WAS AMAZING, AND SOMETHING
ILL NEVER FORGET.
10:15:31

After SOT

Barcelona were sweeping all before them, revolutionising


modern football, and Busquets role was crucial. Just four
years into his career, he had won every major trophy for
both club and country.

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10:15:44

SOT:

SERGIO

ITS

ABOUT

BEING

PROFESSIONAL.

BUSQUETS

PROFESSIONALS KNOW THAT YOU HAVE TO BE AS

(SPANISH)

PREPARED AS POSSIBLE AT ALL TIMES IN ORDER


TO HELP THE TEAM AND ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVE,
OF WINNING TROPHIES, ITS NOT EASY. DURING
THAT

PERIOD,

WE

ACHIEVED

SOMETHING

INCREDIBLE AND ITLL PROBABLY NEVER HAPPEN


AGAIN, AT LEAST NOT FOR MANY YEARS. BUT IN
THE END WHEN ONE SEASON ENDS, ANOTHER
BEGINS, AND YOU START AGAIN FROM ZERO. WHAT
YOUVE WON BEFORE DOESNT MATTER;

ITS

ABOUT DOING WHATS NEEDED TO WIN AGAIN.


THATS WHAT ITS ALL ABOUT.
10:16:18

After SOT

Despite falling short in their defence of the trophy the


following

season,

Guardiolas

team

illuminated

the

competition once again in the 2010/2011 season.


10:16:32

Celeb

Barcas performance in the final, on a special night in


London, was nothing short of spectacular.

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10:16:39

SOT:

SERGIO

I THINK ITLL BE IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND ANOTHER

BUSQUETS

TEAM QUITE LIKE THE ONE THAT WON THE FINAL AT

(SPANISH)

WEMBLEY. IT WAS FULL OF GOOD PLAYERS, AND


WE

PLAYED

GREAT

FOOTBALL.

THE

GAME

CHANGES AND EVOLVES, AS DO PLAYERS AND


COACHES, AND I DONT THINK ANYBODY HAD EVER
SEEN A TEAM PERFORM IN A FINAL QUITE LIKE WE
DID

AT

WEMBLEY

THAT

YEAR,

ESPECIALLY

BECAUSE WE WERE UP AGAINST MANCHESTER


UNITED; A GREAT TEAM. BUT THIS YEAR, I THINK
WERE IN A GOOD POSITION TOO, BUT OUR STYLE
IS DIFFERENT; WE HAVE DIFFERENT PLAYERS.
HOPEFULLY WE CAN DO IT, ITS OUR LONG-TERM
GOAL.
END

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Magazine Show 26 Feature 4: Barcelona v PSG and Verratti reflections


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COMMENTARY

10:17:21

After slo mo walking

If Sergio Busquets is to get his hands on a third UEFA

shot

Champions League winners medal, Barcelona first had to


finish the job against Paris Saint-Germain.

10:17:30

Teams out

After their 3-1 win in the French capital a week earlier, the
Barcelona fans expected their side to make smooth
progress to their seventh competition Semi-Final in eight
years.

10:17:42

Action

PSG were boosted by the return of Zlatan Ibrahimovi and


Marco Verratti from suspension but any hope of a famous
comeback was dashed early on.

10:17:53

After beat

The records will show an assist for Andrs Iniesta but that
really doesnt do him justice. Neymar finished from the
Spaniards mesmeric run and pass.

10:18:07

After goal

Barca and Neymar soon had a second. Making it 95 goals


so far this season for the teams front three.

10:18:16

Ibrahimovic close up

Ibrahimovi cut a frustrated figure - his late effort was


PSGs first on target. Lionel Messi nearly made it 3-nil on
the night - but Luis Enriques 50th game in charge, had
gone perfectly to plan.

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10:18:32

SOT:

LUIS

THE PLAYERS UNDERSTOOD WHAT WAS NEEDED IN

ENRIQUE

THE MATCH, ITS INTENSITY AND ITS IMPORTANCE,

(SPANISH)

DESPITE ALREADY HAVING A GOOD RESULT. THE


TARGET NOW IS TO BE BETTER THAN THE SEMIFINALIST WE WILL DRAW AND TO EARN OUR PLACE
IN THE FINAL ON THE PITCH.

THATS THE

OBJECTIVE IN THIS COMPETITION.


10:18:51

After SOT

Defeat to Barcelona represented a third successive


Quarter-final exit for PSG.

Progress perhaps in the

context of the clubs history, but sights are set now very
high in the French capital.
10:19:03

SOT:

LAURENT

BLANC (FRENCH)

WE DID WHAT WE WERE ABLE TO DO WITH OUR


CURRENT MEANS. IT SHOULD ALSO BE SAID THAT
OUR RESOURCES RIGHT NOW, COMPARED TO A
CLUB LIKE BARCELONA AND THE TEAM THAT THEY
HAVE, ARE NOT ENOUGH TO EXPECT TO QUALIFY.

10:19:23

After SOT

PSG may have been outplayed again by Barca but there


was much to admire in the combative play of the returning
Marco Verratti.

The 22 year-old never gave up,

completing 93 passes.
PSG this season.

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The Italian has blossommed at

10:19:39

SOT:

MARCO

I THINK FOR A YOUNG PLAYER TRUST IS THE MOST

VERRATTI:

IMPORTANT THING.

WHEN THINGS ARE GOING

(ITALIAN)

WELL ITS EASY TO HAVE LOTS OF PEOPLE CLOSE


TO YOU HELPING YOU, BUT ITS IN THE DIFFICULT
TIMES WHERE YOU SEE THE HELP AND SUPPORT
THAT THIS CLUB GIVES YOU. SO IM VERY HAPPY TO
HAVE TEAMMATES LIKE THIS, I GET ALONG WITH
THEM OFF THE PITCH TOO, AND THAT HAS HELPED
ME A LOT.

10:20:05

After SOT

Verrattis clever passing and eagerness to join the attack


have drawn comparisons with Andrea Pirlo, and attracted
much praise.

Putting him on the radar of some of the

continents other top clubs so PSG fans will be relieved


to hear he sees his future in Paris.
10:20:22

SOT:

MARCO

IT WAS DIFFICULT AT THE START, BECAUSE I CAME

VERRATTI:

FROM A SMALL TOWN, NOT EVEN A TENTH THE SIZE

(ITALIAN)

OF PARIS. SO IT WAS HARD. BUT THANKS TO MANY


PEOPLE AND MY FAMILY I'VE ADAPTED PRETTY
QUICKLY, AND HAVE DISCOVERED PARIS BIT BY BIT,
AND NOW I REALLY LOVE IT. I HAVE TO SAY THANK
YOU TO PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN, BECAUSE THEY
HAVE GIVEN ME THREE SPLENDID YEARS, AND I
HOPE I CAN EXPERIENCE MANY MORE.

10:20:50

After SOT

In the meantime PSG and Marco Verratti will turn their


attentions to winning another French League title and to
making an improved assault on the UEFA Champions
League next season.
END

Magazine Show 26 Match Review: Monaco v Juventus


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COMMENTARY

10:21:09

From the top

Monaco faced Juventus on Wednesday needing to


overturn a 1-0 first leg defeat if they were to make the

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Semi-Finals for the first time in 11 years.


10:21:18

After Monaco fans

The best early chance fell to Monacos Geoffrey


Kondogbia but the young Frenchman failed to test
Gianluigi Buffon.

10:21:25

After Allegri ISO

The home side showed greater endeavour, but Juves


resilient defence stood firm.

10:21:36

After Barzagli ISO

After 20 minutes Kondogbia had another effort, this time


forcing Buffon into action.

10:21:45

After Buffon ISO

Leonardo Jardims men dominated possession in the first


half, with Il Bianconeri countering at every opportunity.

10:21:56

10:22:06

After

goalkeeper

Goalless at the break, it wasnt until the 90th minute that

save

the deadlock was almost broken by Andrea Pirlo.

After Pirlo reaction

It ended 0-0, Arturo Vidals first leg penalty proved to be


the difference as Juventus reached the last four for the
first time since 2003.
END

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Magazine Show 26 Semi-Final Draw


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COMMENTARY

10:22:23

From Top

So just four teams remain all with ambitions of lifting the


trophy in Berlin in June.

10:22:35

After

Representatives of those teams gathered at the UEFA


headquarters in Nyon for the Semi-Final draw.

10:22:41

After

First out were Barcelona, who were drawn against Bayern


Munich, the tie will see Pep Guardiola take on his former
club.

10:22:50

SOT:PAUL

WE ARE REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO IT. FANS

BREITNER:

LIVE FOR THESE GAMES; AND PLAYERS WORK

(German)

EVERY DAY TOWARDS CAREER HIGHLIGHTS LIKE


THESE. ITS A TREAT TO BE ABLE PLAY IN AND
WATCH GAMES OF THIS MAGNITUDE.

10:23:12

After SOT

The second Semi-Final will see Juventus face Real


Madrid. The two teams last met at this stage back in 2003,
when Pavel Nedved scored the decisive goal to send Juve
into the final.

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Magazine Show 26 Lookahead


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COMMENTARY

10:23:56

After wipe

Next week, we preview those Semi-Final ties involving four


footballing giants.
END

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