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- Arsenal and Chelsea in Europa League action
- Luke Shaw own goal gives Barca the edge
- Ajax draw 1-1 with Juventus in first leg
- Quiet night for Lionel Messi
- Ronaldo scores 125th Champions League goal
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A Luke Shaw own goal was the difference in a tit-for-tat game at Old Trafford between Manchester United and Barcelona.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes his team to pull of a shock in the return fixture.
Meanwhile, in the other Champions League quarter-final on Wednesday night, Ajax held Juventus to a 1-1 draw.Copyright: Getty Images
Here's the full fixture list for tonight's Euorpa League ties, including and all-Spanish match:
Benfica v Eintracht Frankfurt (20:00 BST)
Slavia Prague v Chelsea (20:00 BST)
Villarreal v Valencia (20:00 BST)
Arsenal v Napoli (20:00 BST)
Louis: as nice as it would be for an English club to win the Champions League, in the back of my mind, I really want Ajax to win.
Hmm, worth a punt on that one, people?
Eden Hazard could be rested for Chelsea's Europa League quarter-final in Prague tonight.
The Belgian forward has scored three goals in the past two games but the manager expects to make "five or six changes" in Prague on Thursday.
"I want to wait until tomorrow and then I will decide [on his availability]," said Sarri.
"Of course, we have to play in Liverpool three days after."Copyright: Reuters
Laurent Koscielny who has been recovering from a foot injury, and Granit Xhaka, who is getting over a groin problem.
Unai Emery will wait until matchday to see if the pair are fit to play.
Both the Gunners captain Koscielny and midfielder Xhaka trained on Wednesday, but have not played for the club since the international break in March.
"We know we need to win," said Emery. "Our first target is to win, but also we don't want to concede chances for them to score."Copyright: Reuters
Kaushik Gorai: In India we played on the streets with the losing team pays a small amount. Had a record of scoring a brace for 18 games in a row for my team. Funny thing is I didn't know the matches were for money, I went home after matches and my friends had parties later. Sad life.
Bit mean of your friends to not invite you, eh, Kaushik?
It's looking likely Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will be handed a start by manager Unai Emery against Napoli tonight.
The Gabon striker has been poorly and only played as a sub in Arsenals' last two league games.
Aubameyang, 29, is Arsenal's leading scorer with 22 goals in all competitions this season.
"He's getting better and can start," said Arsenal manager Unai Emery.
"He had a small problem and he has taken antibiotics for his illness," added Emery. "That's the main reason he didn't start those two matches."Copyright: Reuters
The Gunners face Napoli at The Emirates at 20:00 BST in their Europa League quarter-final.
And there's an injury boost on one of their top scorers.
More on that in a sec.
The 35-year-old is currently a free agent...a cheeky loan deal back to the Gunners, maybe?SMS Message: At one point in time Marouane Chamakh held a Champions League record by scoring in six-consecutive matches, the most in European Cup or Champions League history. Arsenal Legend. from Luca
BBC Sport chief football writer
Manchester United will summon up spirits and omens from far and wide as they go in search of a second Champions League miracle in Barcelona - but the bottom line is a brutal one.
This Manchester United team cannot consider itself anywhere near Europe's elite and the freakish events that saw United claw back a 2-0 home loss to overcome Paris St-Germain in the last 16 rarely strike twice.
No doubt we will hear about that incredible night in Paris, how seemingly insurmountable mountains can be climbed and how it is 20 years since United's only win in the Nou Camp - the dramatic 1999 Champions League final win against Bayern Munich.
Full opinion piece.Copyright: Getty Images
Is Paul Pogba off to Real Madrid and is Gareth Bale going the other way?
Pogba, Bale, Mata, Saul, Hazard and more, it's all in today's gossip.
Graham Paisley: I once scored 7 goals in 50 minutes with a busted hamstring.
Hope the hamstring's recovered now, Graham
Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri had plenty to say about his Portuguese midfielder.
"His timing and movement is different to everyone else's, there's nothing you can do about it. He's a player who just has a different technique than the others, " he said.
"It's a good result because we scored away from home, but the tie is still open. One each is better than 0-0, in Turin we will have to play to win.
"We were good defensively, the team was nice and compact and there is good reason to think we can get to the semi-finals. We're not worried."Copyright: Getty Images
Chris Cloke: Being a goalkeeper scoring from a drop kick was always a highlight. Played for Ashford Cavaliers against lowly Charing and even saved a penalty. Won 7-0 and didn't get motm as my boy stu had a sweet left foot and bagged himself a stylish brace.
Dazz Foster: John 'really' Parry. Scored not only a header own goal, he also managed a half volley into the top corner...of his own net.... He didn't know whether to celebrate or cry
Mark Horgan: I scored 68 goals in a season for my Sunday league side (a record at the time) only for the very next season to have it beaten by 14 different players in our region
Ajax boss Erik ten Hag said: "One-one is not the result you hope for, but it is a result.
"Last time we lost 2-1 to Madrid at home, so we are still in it. We had some very good opportunities."
On Ronaldo's goal: "In midfield, we were wrong for a moment. Then you see they can move the game at lightning speed. You can't afford that."Copyright: Reuters
Here's BBC Sport's Michael Emons' take on Ajax's brilliant draw (and yes, A draw can be brilliant) against Juventus.
How did the match unfold in the Dutch capital?
Cristiano Ronaldo put Juventus ahead in the 45th minute, but it only lasted the half-time break as David Neres equalised for the hosts soon after the players had emerged for the restart.
Ajax were deserving of the result and could have taken the win,with Brazilian forward Neres named man of the match.Copyright: Reuters
So, Cristiano Ronaldo scored his ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIFTH Champions League goal against Ajax on Wednesday evening.
He certainly loves to score in Europe, well, scoring in general.
But do you know someone that has beaten a record for your Sunday League team?
Or what's your favourite scoring feat from a side you support?
Let me know, dying to hear how Dave in Walsall scored four hat-tricks in a Sunday League game in February after a night on the town, to still lose the game 13-12....Copyright: Reuters