CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Carlo Ancelotti explained his tactical decisions after the 1-0 win away to Cagliari, as Napoli have “shaken off” their Champions League exit.
Mauro Icardi said Inter can forget their Champions League disappointment by “catching the teams ahead of us” in Serie A.
Borja Valero concedes “there is going to be criticism” after Inter’s Champions League exit, so they must beat Udinese to get back on track.
Eusebio Di Francesco believes Roma players and fans are “standing by me. I am accustomed to facing up to situations and not running away.”
Carlo Ancelotti believes Napoli have gained from their Champions League experience. “I cannot guarantee victory this year, but we will soon be able to win something.”
The agent of Napoli captain Marek Hamsik declares “those who have criticised him don’t know football”.
Napoli midfielder Allan admits their Champions League exit is “hard to accept” but “there’s still the Europa League”.
Luciano Spalletti wants to see “an immediate reaction” from Inter, but insists they aren’t enduring a crisis as they did last winter.
Marek Hamsik’s agent has accused critics of the Napoli midfielder of ‘not understanding football’.
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Inter Vice-President Javier Zanetti discusses Mauro Icardi - “I hope he can stay here for many years and become a legend”.
Manchester City Coach Pep Guardiola points to Inter as an example that “if one day you sleep a little bit, you’ll be in the Europa League”.
Juventus defender Daniele Rugani says “we have to do a mea culpa and learn the lessons” after the defeat to Young Boys last night.
A 24-year-old Napoli fan was reportedly assaulted by Liverpool supporters after the Champions League game on Tuesday night.
Paulo Dybala said Juventus “have to beat them all, so I don’t mind who we face” in the Champions League Round of 16.
Max Allegri admits Juventus deserved defeat to Young Boys, but “achieved our objective” of topping the Champions League group.
Juventus will be in Pot 1 in the draw for the Champions League Round of 16, with Roma going into Pot 2.
Juventus have lost their first away fixture in all competition since November 2017, ending a 26-game unbeaten run.
Juventus hit the woodwork twice and a Paulo Dybala equaliser disallowed, but the 2-1 defeat to Young Boys is painless, as Manchester United also lost.
Eusebio Di Francesco “did not get the response I wanted” from his Roma team after a 2-1 Champions League defeat to Viktoria Plzen.
Alessandro Florenzi said some of his Roma teammates are “afraid of the ball. We can’t keep embarrassing ourselves like this.”
Kostas Manolas confessed Roma “are not playing like a great team” and “lost to an inferior opponent” in Viktoria Plzen.
Join us for the build-up and action from the Champions League, as Roma visit Viktoria Plzen and Juventus take on Swiss side Young Boys.
Roma knew they were second in the Champions League group, but the 2-1 defeat to Viktoria Plzen is still another blemish on their recent form.
Juventus director Fabio Paratici called the synthetic turf in the Young Boys stadium “strange” and urged them to take nothing for granted.
Juventus move to 4-4-2 with Federico Bernardeschi and Douglas Costa flanking Cristiano Ronaldo and captain Mario Mandzukic against Young Boys.
Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik defended his performance and last-gasp chance against Liverpool, hitting out at “armchair critics.”
Roma director Monchi wants his team to “not drift out of the game” against Viktoria Plzen and hopes Patrik Schick can flourish on home turf.
Antonio Mirante makes his Champions League debut at the age of 35 and assured Roma won’t change attitude against Viktoria Plzen.
Roma make few changes for their final Champions League group stage trip to Viktoria Plzen and hope playing at home will help Patrik Schick.