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UEFA Champions League Quarter-final Draw 2009

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTER-FINAL DRAW

Villarreal v Arsenal

Manchester United v Porto

Liverpool v Chelsea

Barcelona v Bayern Munich

The first legs will be played on 7/8 April with the second legs on 14/15 April.
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UEFA Champions League 2008 Final (Moscow): Manchester United vs. Chelsea

Manchester United win 6-5 on penalties. 1-1 at the end of half-time till the end of extra-time. Scorers: Cristiano Ronaldo 26′ and Lampard 45′

Manchester United FC vs. Chelsea FC
Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Wednesday 21 May 2008 – 19.45 (GMT)
Attendance: 67,310

Drogba gets a red card on the 116 minute.

Not only that but Ryan Giggs takes over Sir Bobby Charlton’s 758-game feat to become United’s all-time record appearance holder, a Legend.

PENALTY SHOOT-OUT
TEVEZ SCORES Man Utd 1-0 Chelsea
BALLACK SCORES Man Utd 1-1 Chelsea
CARRICK SCORES Man Utd 2-1 Chelsea
BELLETTI SCORES Man Utd 2-2 Chelsea
RONALDO MISSES Man Utd 2-2 Chelsea
LAMPARD SCORES Man Utd 2-3 Chelsea
HARGREAVES SCORES Man Utd 3-3 Chelsea
A COLE SCORES Man Utd 3-4 Chelsea
NANI SCORES Man Utd 4-4 Chelsea
TERRY MISSES Man Utd 4-4 Chelsea
ANDERSON SCORES Man Utd 5-4 Chelsea
KALOU SCORES Man Utd 5-5 Chelsea
GIGGS SCORES Man Utd 6-5 Chelsea
ANELKA MISSES Man Utd 6-5 Chelsea

View: Champions League Final [BBC.co.uk]

Almost ten months after launching their season with a penalties victory over Chelsea FC, Manchester United FC repeated the feat in the UEFA Champions League final with Edwin van der Sar saving from Nicolas Anelka to take the trophy to Old Trafford for the third time.
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Manchester United Premiership Champions! And the link between La Liga

Manchester United won the English league title for the second year in a row and the 17th time overall, defeating Wigan, 2-0, Sunday on the last day of the season, but it was Ryan Giggs who perhaps achieved the greater feat.

The former Wales winger appeared in his 758th game for Manchester United, tying the record set by Bobby Charlton four decades ago. Giggs can break the record if he plays in United’s May 21 European Champions League final against Chelsea in Moscow.

The 34-year-old has been a part of each of United’s 10 league championships under Coach Alex Ferguson and also has seven more winner’s medals from other tournaments.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored United’s first goal, his 41st of the season in all competitions, and Giggs added another goal after coming in as a second-half substitute. Continue reading Manchester United Premiership Champions! And the link between La Liga

UEFA Champions League Semi-finals 2008: Fixtures and Results

Home & Away Fixtures and Results
Home Team Result Away Team Date Leg
Liverpool 1 – 1 Chelsea 22/04/08 L1
Barcelona 0 – 0 Manchester United 23/04/08 L1
Manchester United 1 – 0 Barcelona 29/04/08 L2
Chelsea 3 – 2 Liverpool 30/04/08 L2

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UEFA Champions League Quarter-final and Semi-final Draw 2008

The UEFA Champions League Quarter-final and Semi-final Draw Draw 2008 just happened a few minutes ago. Here are the results of the draw.

Quarter-final Draw:

Arsenal vs. Liverpool

Roma vs. Manchester United

Schalke vs. Barcelona

Fenerbahçe vs. Chelsea

Semi-final Draw:

Arsenal or Liverpool vs. Fenerbahçe or Chelsea

Schalke or Barcelona vs. Roma or Manchester United

Who do you think will win the UEFA Champions League this year?

View: UEFA Champions League Website

Manchester United: 2006/07 Premiership Champions

Manchester United have clinched their first Premiership title since 2003 following Chelsea’s 1-1 draw against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

The result means United are seven points clear at the top of the table with just two games left to play.

Gilberto put Arsenal ahead from the penalty spot but Michael Essien equalised for 10-man Chelsea.

United’s success means boss Sir Alex Ferguson has won the Premiership nine times during his 21-year reign.

View: MANUTD.COM | BBC Sport