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By Andy Cryer

All times stated are UK

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    And that is that for today.

    Thanks for your company, your interaction and your humour.

    Until the next time, I bid you farewell.


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    Talking about Real Madrid, they are in action in the Champions League on Wednesday night and you can follow live coverage on BBC Sport online.

    Both Roma v Real Madrid and Gent v Wolfsburg will be covered.

  3. Angry Ronaldo

    How's this for a story?

    Cristiano Ronaldo walked out of Real Madrid's Champions League news conference on Tuesday after responding angrily to a question about his recent lack of away goals on the eve of their last 16 first-leg tie with AS Roma. 

    Ronaldo broke the competition's record for the most goals scored in the group stage earlier this season when he hit 11, and is also the Champions League's all-time top scorer with 88 goals in 121 appearances.

    However, the Portugal forward was unhappy when asked why he had not scored on the road since Real Madrid's 2-0 La Liga victory at Eibar on Nov. 29. 

     "Who else has scored more goals away from home than me since I arrived in Spain?" said Ronaldo. "Name one player who has scored more than me? "No answer? Ok. Thank you everyone," he added, before excusing himself from the news conference. 

  4. Northampton equal club record

    League Two round-up

    Northampton equalled a 56-year-old club record when they earned their eighth successive victory - winning 1-0 at Oxford. The leaders are now eight points clear of second-placed Plymouth and 18 ahead of fourth-placed Accrington.

    At the other end of the table, York picked up their second win in four days as they beat Exeter 2-0 to climb out of the relegation zone.

    Northampton players celebrate with their fans at Oxford
    Image caption: Northampton players celebrate with their fans at Oxford
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  7. Chesterfield out of relegation places

    League One round-up

    Ten-man Chesterfield climbed out of the bottom four in League One after a 1-1 draw at bottom-placed Colchester, whose winless league run stretched to 17 games.

    Bradford beat Southend 2-0 for their third win in four games to move up to seventh and Scunthorpe notched up their fourth successive victory - this time 2-0 at Millwall.

    Gary McSheffrey scored Scunthorpe's first goal
    Image caption: Gary McSheffrey scored Scunthorpe's first goal
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  9. Vote results

    The results are now in.

    44% of you think Manchester City will progress the furthest of the English teams in the Champions League.

    29% have gone for Chelsea, with 27% plumping for Arsenal.

  10. Manager reaction

    PSG 2-1 Chelsea:

    Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink on BT Sport:

    "The result is negative but on the other hand an away goal is important. It hurt a bit because the team was playing decently against a team with capacity to play. But we are still in the race.

    "We were not lethal enough at times but otherwise we can be relatively happy.

    "We didn't moan a lot about the absence of players and the rest got the confidence and did what they were asked.

    "Over two legs, it is important you have the away goal. If we can do it at Stamford Bridge then a defeat doesn't count so much."

  11. Player reaction

    PSG 2-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea defender Gary Cahill, speaking to BT Sport: "We are more confident at home, we know what we need to do. We knew how tough it was to come here and get a result. The way the tie is poised we have done it before at home."

  12. Just in time...

    A stoppage-time strike sees Rangers beat Kilmarnock in their Scottish Cup replay: 

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    PSG 2-1 Chelsea

  14. Player reaction

    PSG 2-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic

    Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanović speaking to BT Sport: "It was a very difficult game. We needed to try to play our game and we tried to score the away goal. They scored which was massive for them, but we kept going. We know we have to do everything to win at home and go through.

    “We came here with courage to try and score the goals and we had a couple of chances before they scored. We lost concentration in the end. We were a little bit open. With top strikers like PSG have, they take every single chance. We have to be more compact and more careful, these small details can decide a game."

  15. Brighton hold leaders Hull

    Championship round-up

    Hull have opened up a two-point lead over Middlesbrough at the top of the Championship despite being held to a goalless draw by Brighton, who move up to third, ahead of Burnley.

    Blackburn earned a comprehensive 3-0 win over Fulham with goals from Ben Marshall, a penalty, Shane Duffy and Danny Graham.

    Shane Duffy
    Image caption: Shane Duffy scored Blackburn's second goal
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    PSG 2-1 Chelsea

    Some stats from tonight's match...

    - Edinson Cavani has been involved in five goals in seven Champions League games v Chelsea (3 goals, 2 assists).

    - Zlatan Ibrahimovic has now scored in his last three Champions League games.

    - Laurent Blanc is only the second manager to defeat Guus Hiddink during his time as Chelsea manager, Harry Redknapp is the other.

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    Can Chelsea still progress? Will the away goal prove to be crucial?

    How many of this Chelsea XI tonight would get into the PSG starting XI? Do Chelsea rely too heavily on Willian?

  18. Goal replay

    PSG 2-1 Chelsea


    Edinson Cavani's (9) winner was from a very tight angle...

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    The players embrace at full-time

    Graham Last: Possibly shows the weakness in the French league, when PSG look evenly matched against a side 12th in our league... 

    Viv: Was the best performance from Chelsea all season so far. However, attacking players went missing in the game, mainly Eden. 

    Wale Ibrahim: If that's the best PSG can do on their home soil ;then, bring on the second leg at the Bridge. Chelsea very much in this.


    Benfica 1-0 Zenit St-Petersburg

    They left it late but Benfica will take a 1-0 lead into the second leg of their tie thanks to Jonas.

    His injury-time header was a 25th goal of the season for the forward.