Tuesday, 16 October 2018

World Rugby League

I started this blog as a way to publish a few thoughts and home-compiled statistics about football, but I think that one of the ideas put forward could work for rugby too, so here it is: a league table made by compiling the last two games played by the world's top 14 international sides against each other. Since draws are quite rare in rugby, I haven't bothered with number of points for a win or bonus points for types of victory. A win is a win is a win. The result doesn't look too different from the official world rankings, but at least this one has a consistent, fair, easy-to-understand basis.

W  L
24 02 - 01 New Zealand
20 06 - 02 Ireland
19 07 - 03 England
17 09 - 04 South Africa
16 10 - 05 Scotland
15 11 - 06 Wales
14 12 - 07 Australia
13 12 - 08 France (1 draw)
11 14 - 09 Argentina (1 draw)
08 18 - 10 Fiji
07 18 - 11 Japan (1 draw)
06 19 - 12 Tonga (1 draw)
05 21 - 13 Samoa
05 21 - 14 Italy

Japan has played England and South Africa only once ever, so in order the give everyone 26 games, I have awarded the missing matches as 3-0 defeats to Japan. Sorry, and I know that Japan actually has a 100% record against South Africa, but if they played again, would Japan win again? Anyway, as soon as this is remedied and Japan has a second game against England and South Africa I will add it. Also, Tonga and Argentina have also played each other only once, and in this case I have left it as a 0-0 draw.

I'm not a rugby expert at all, but thirteen games seems to be a fairly doable number for each of these sides to play every year, so why not play each other once a year? The Northern Hemisphere already does it in the Six Nations and the Southern in the four-team Rugby Championship, so why not add four more teams (Samoa, Tonga, Fiji and Japan), and play it as a single global round-robin tournament? You wouldn't even have to scrap the Six Nations or the Rugby Championship: they could still be played inside this whole tournament, in the same way that the Calcutta Cup, for example, is contested as part of the Six Nations. After tallying all the results up, you can still give awards for the best team in each Hemisphere and proclaim a Six Nations champion, a wooden-spooner, etc. Also, you could introduce promotion and relegation, so that the 14th team changes every year. As the table stands, that's bad news to Italy, but hey, maybe you could soften the blow by having the bottom team play off against the best from anywhere else in the world for the right to compete among the best the following year. Meanwhile, the remaining 13 teams could be using that play-off international date to play one team each outside of the Top 14. If rugby really is serious about developing other nations, nothing does more for the cause than inviting the best in the world to play against those other countries just bubbling under the surface. The kids attending those games one day will be answering questions in the future saying that they really got the desire to play rugby on that day when New Zealand, or England, or South Africa, came to play my nation and I became hooked.

So, does rugby have 15 dates a year to play internationals? That's for them to decide. If not, maybe the top division could be trimmed to 12, but that would mean losing a couple of deserving teams every season.

As for logistics, especially travelling and venues, that's for someone else to decide. Maybe small groups of three or four so that over 12 days they play one another at one of the participant countries? For example, England, Japan and Australia playing in Japan, while Ireland, Argentina and South Africa play in South Africa, while Scotland, Fiji and New Zealand play in Scotland? Something like that. I know that matches involving the smaller Pacific teams (Tonga, Fiji and Samoa) are difficult to organise due to a variety of issues, both economic and otherwise, but if there is a will there will be a way. The Six Nations and the Rugby Championship have got big because they have been doggedly playing every year, and the World Cup has captured everybody's imagination. If this idea is implemented with vigour and insisting on it every year, it will become great.

World League of Nations

After the European Nations League started in 2018, I thought that the tournament should be expanded to just include the best teams from all over the world. However, this probably means, in strict terms, Western Europe and South America. To get the ball rolling, I have compiled the last two matches of the top 11 football international teams, and here is the resulting table.

What? No Belgium, FIFA's number 1 in its World Rankings? No, no Belgium. Or Chile, or Mexico or anyone else. I have hand-picked the teams according to a mixture of footballing tradition, current standing and staying power for generations. That means, basically, all the World Cup winners (Argentina, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Uruguay), plus the Netherlands. That would have meant nine teams, which I think most people would agree are the top footballing nations of all time, all things considered. I dithered a bit about Uruguay, who were great at the beginning of the World Cup era and are very good now, but sometimes they go missing for decades. Eventually, I put them in, and added Portugal and Croatia as teams who have been consistently good for the last decade or more. So, teams like Belgium, who come and go, like the Bulgaria or Romania of 1994, unless they prove themselves to be a team who consistently deliver for many years, will remain aside for now. According to FIFA, Norway were once number 2 in the world. In three separate months. The same applies to all the other teams in the world: when you beat Brazil, Germany, Italy or Argentina on a regular basis, we'll see about inclusion. If you're still curious about Belgium, if you put them in, they'd be tied on 5th-6th-7th with Spain and England.

All teams are on Games Played: 20

W  D  L  F  A  P  GD
10 07 03 34 23 37+11 - 01 Brazil
11 05 07 30 25 35+05 - 02 France
09 06 05 28 19 33+09 - 03 Germany
08 07 05 30 18 31+12 - 04 Netherlands
09 03 08 28 24 30+02 - 05 Argentina
07 07 06 23 21 28+02 - 06 England
07 05 08 34 30 26+04 - 07 Spain
05 07 08 14 23 22-09 - 08 Portugal
05 07 08 17 32 22-15 - 09 Croatia
04 06 10 19 31 18-12 - 10 Uruguay
02 09 09 19 30 30-11 - 11 Italy

Brazil lead the table having lost only 3 out of their current games (the famous 7-1 defeat against Germany in the 2014 World Cup semifinal, the match right after that, which was a 3-0 versus the Netherlands in the third-place play-off, and a 1-0 versus Argentina). Germany were on the same number of points as Brazil until they lost 3-0 against the Netherlands and 2-1 against France in the European Nations League.

Brazil are also the highest-scoring team (36), with Spain second (34), despite being only seventh on the table. Spain are also the third team to have conceded the most goals (30), with only Uruguay on 31 and Croatia on 32 below them. The Netherlands on 18 and Germany on 19 are the teams to have conceded the fewest goals. Portugal are the lowest scorers, on a miserly 14 in 20 games.

If you heard the names of all the participating teams and you were asked to predict the bottom three before seeing the table, you'd probably have gone for Portugal, Uruguay and Croatia. And you would almost be right. Remarkably, Italy prop the table on only two current matches won, one against the Netherlands and the other one against Uruguay. They missed the 2018 World Cup Finals, and they just can't beat any of the top teams lately, although they remain barely in touch thanks to their 9 draws, the most of any team. These four are also the only teams with a negative goal difference, and by some margin.

Tuesday, 26 June 2018

Every penalty shoot-out in full internationals

This is a list of every penalty shoot-out in full, senior, male internationals in major competitions since this rule was introduced in the 1970s. The major competitions included are the World Cup (WC), the Confederations Cup (CC) and the regional tournaments for each football confederation: the European Championship (EC), the Africa Cup of Nations (AN), the Copa América (CA), the Gold Cup (GC), the Asian Cup (AC) and the Oceania Football Cup (OC). No Olympic teams or smaller competitions have been included. After the list and the summary, you can find a brief analysis of the results.

Competition - Stage - Date - Result after 120 minutes - Shoot-out result - Winner - Loser

EC Fn 1976-06-20 (2-2) 5-3 Czechoslovakia - West Germany
AN SF 1980-03-19 (2-2) 4-2 Algeria - Egypt
EC 3P 1980-06-21 (1-1) 9-8 Czechoslovakia - Italy
AN Fn 1982-03-19 (1-1) 7-6 Ghana - Libya
WC SF 1982-07-08 (3-3) 5-4 West Germany - France
AN SF 1984-03-14 (2-2) 8-7 Nigeria - Egypt
AN SF 1984-03-14 (0-0) 5-4 Cameroon - Algeria
EC SF 1984-06-24 (1-1) 5-4 Spain - Denmark
AC SF 1984-12-13 (1-1) 5-4 Saudi Arabia - Iran
AC 3P 1984-12-16 (1-1) 5-3 Kuwait - Iran
AN Fn 1986-03-21 (0-0) 5-4 Egypt - Cameroon
WC QF 1986-06-21 (1-1) 4-3 France - Brazil
WC QF 1986-06-21 (0-0) 4-1 West Germany - Mexico
WC QF 1986-06-22 (1-1) 5-4 Belgium - Spain
AN SF 1988-03-23 (1-1) 9-8 Nigeria - Algeria
AN 3P 1988-03-26 (1-1) 4-3 Algeria - Morocco
AC 3P 1988-12-17 (0-0) 3-0 Iran - China
AC Fn 1988-12-18 (0-0) 4-3 Saudi Arabia - South Korea
WC 8F 1990-06-25 (0-0) 5-4 Ireland - Romania
WC QF 1990-06-30 (0-0) 3-2 Argentina - Yugoslavia
WC SF 1990-07-03 (1-1) 4-3 Argentina - Italy
WC SF 1990-07-04 (1-1) 4-3 West Germany - England
GC Fn 1991-07-07 (0-0) 4-3 USA - Honduras
AN SF 1992-01-23 (0-0) 3-1 Ivory Coast - Cameroon
AN Fn 1992-01-26 (0-0)11-10Ivory Coast - Ghana
EC SF 1992-06-22 (2-2) 5-4 Denmark - Netherlands
AC 3P 1992-11-08 (1-1) 4-3 China - UA Emirates
CA QF 1993-06-26 (1-1) 5-3 Colombia - Uruguay
CA QF 1993-06-27 (1-1) 6-5 Argentina - Brazil
CA SF 1993-07-01 (0-0) 6-5 Argentina - Colombia
AN SF 1994-04-06 (2-2) 4-2 Nigeria - Ivory Coast
WC 8F 1994-07-05 (1-1) 3-1 Bulgaria - Mexico
WC QF 1994-07-10 (2-2) 5-4 Suecia - Romania
WC Fn 1994-07-17 (0-0) 3-2 Brazil - Italy
CC 3P 1995-01-13 (1-1) 5-4 Mexico - Nigeria
CA QF 1995-07-16 (1-1) 5-4 Colombia - Paraguay
CA QF 1995-07-17 (0-0) 4-1 USA - Mexico
CA QF 1995-07-17 (2-2) 4-2 Brazil - Argentina
CA Fn 1995-07-23 (1-1) 5-3 Uruguay - Brazil
AN QF 1996-01-28 (1-1) 4-1 Tunisia - Gabon
EC QF 1996-06-22 (0-0) 4-2 England - Spain
EC QF 1996-06-22 (0-0) 5-4 France - Netherlands
EC SF 1996-06-26 (0-0) 6-5 Czech Republic - France
EC SF 1996-06-26 (1-1) 6-5 Germany - England
AC SF 1996-12-18 (0-0) 4-3 Saudi Arabia - Iran
AC 3P 1996-12-21 (1-1) 3-2 Iran - Kuwait
AC Fn 1996-12-21 (0-0) 4-2 Saudi Arabia - UA Emirates
CA QF 1997-06-22 (1-1) 4-3 Mexico - Ecuador
AN QF 1998-02-21 (1-1) 8-7 Burkina Faso - Tunisia
AN QF 1998-02-21 (0-0) 5-4 Egypt - Ivory Coast
AN 3P 1998-02-27 (4-4) 4-1 DR Congo - Burkina Faso
WC 8F 1998-06-30 (2-2) 4-3 Argentina - England
WC QF 1998-07-03 (0-0) 4-3 France - Italy
WC SF 1998-07-07 (1-1) 4-2 Brazil - Netherlands
CA QF 1999-07-10 (3-3) 4-2 Mexico - Peru
CA QF 1999-07-10 (1-1) 5-3 Uruguay - Paraguay
CA SF 1999-07-13 (1-1) 5-3 Uruguay - Chile
AN 3P 2000-02-12 (2-2) 4-3 South Africa - Tunisia
AN Fn 2000-02-13 (2-2) 4-3 Cameroon - Nigeria
GC QF 2000-02-19 (2-2) 2-1 Colombia - USA
EC SF 2000-06-29 (0-0) 3-1 Italy - Netherlands
CA 3P 2001-07-28 (2-2) 5-4 Honduras - Uruguay
GC QF 2002-01-26 (1-1) 6-5 Canada - Martinique
GC QF 2002-01-27 (0-0) 4-2 South Korea - Mexico
GC SF 2002-01-30 (0-0) 4-2 USA - Canada
AN Fn 2002-02-10 (0-0) 3-2 Cameroon - Senegal
WC 8F 2002-06-16 (1-1) 3-2 Spain - Ireland
WC QF 2002-06-22 (0-0) 5-3 South Korea - Spain
AN SF 2004-02-11 (1-1) 5-3 Tunisia - Nigeria
EC QF 2004-06-24 (2-2) 6-5 Portugal - England
EC QF 2004-06-26 (0-0) 5-4 Netherlands - Sweden
CA SF 2004-07-21 (1-1) 5-3 Brazil - Uruguay
CA Fn 2004-07-25 (2-2) 4-2 Brazil - Argentina
AC QF 2004-07-30 (2-2) 4-3 Bahrain - Uzbekistan
AC QF 2004-07-31 (1-1) 4-3 Japan - Jordan
AC SF 2004-08-03 (1-1) 4-3 China - Iran
CC SF 2005-06-26 (1-1) 6-5 Argentina - Mexico
GC QF 2005-07-17 (1-1) 5-3 Panama - South Africa
GC Fn 2005-07-24 (0-0) 3-1 USA - Panama
AN QF 2006-02-04 (1-1)12-11Ivory Coast - Cameroon
AN QF 2006-02-04 (1-1) 6-5 Nigeria - Tunisia
AN Fn 2006-02-10 (0-0) 4-2 Egypt - Ivory Coast
WC 8F 2006-06-26 (0-0) 3-0 Ukraine - Switzerland
WC QF 2006-06-30 (1-1) 4-2 Germany - Argentina
WC QF 2006-07-01 (0-0) 3-1 Portugal - England
WC Fn 2006-07-09 (1-1) 5-3 Italy - France
CA SF 2007-07-10 (2-2) 5-4 Brazil - Uruguay
AC QF 2007-07-21 (1-1) 4-3 Japan - Australia
AC QF 2007-07-22 (0-0) 4-2 South Korea - Iran
AC SF 2007-07-25 (0-0) 4-3 Iraq - South Korea
AC 3P 2007-07-28 (0-0) 6-5 South Korea - Japan
EC QF 2008-06-20 (1-1) 3-1 Turkey - Croatia
EC QF 2008-06-22 (0-0) 4-2 Spain - Italy
GC SF 2009-07-23 (1-1) 5-3 Mexico - Costa Rica
AN QF 2010-01-25 (0-0) 5-4 Nigeria - Zambia
WC 8F 2010-06-29 (0-0) 5-3 Paraguay - Japan
WC QF 2010-07-02 (1-1) 4-2 Uruguay - Ghana
AC SF 2011-01-25 (2-2) 3-0 Japan - South Korea
GC QF 2011-06-18 (1-1) 4-2 Honduras - Costa Rica
GC QF 2011-06-19 (1-1) 5-3 Panama - El Salvador
CA QF 2011-07-16 (1-1) 5-4 Uruguay - Argentina
CA QF 2011-07-17 (0-0) 2-0 Paraguay - Brazil
CA SF 2011-07-20 (0-0) 5-3 Paraguay - Venezuela
AN QF 2012-02-05 (1-1) 5-4 Mali - Gabon
AN Fn 2012-02-12 (0-0) 8-7 Zambia - Ivory Coast
EC QF 2012-06-24 (0-0) 4-2 Italy - England
EC SF 2012-06-27 (0-0) 4-2 Spain - Portugal
AN QF 2013-02-02 (1-1) 3-1 Mali - South Africa
AN SF 2013-02-06 (1-1) 3-2 Burkina Faso - Ghana
CC SF 2013-06-27 (0-0) 7-6 Spain - Italy
CC 3P 2013-06-30 (2-2) 3-2 Italy - Uruguay
WC 8F 2014-06-28 (1-1) 3-2 Brazil - Chile
WC 8F 2014-06-29 (1-1) 5-3 Costa Rica - Greece
WC QF 2014-07-05 (0-0) 4-3 Netherlands - Costa Rica
WC SF 2014-07-09 (0-0) 4-2 Argentina - Netherlands
AC QF 2015-01-23 (3-3) 7-6 Iraq - Iran
AC QF 2015-01-23 (1-1) 5-4 UA Emirates - Japan
AN 3P 2015-02-07 (0-0) 4-2 DR Congo - Equatorial Guinea
AN Fn 2015-02-08 (0-0) 9-8 Ivory Coast - Ghana
CA QF 2015-06-26 (0-0) 5-4 Argentina - Colombia
CA QF 2015-06-27 (1-1) 4-3 Paraguay - Brazil
CA Fn 2015-07-04 (0-0) 4-1 Chile - Argentina
GC QF 2015-07-19 (1-1) 6-5 Panama - Trinidad and Tobago
GC 3P 2015-07-25 (1-1) 3-2 Panama - USA
OC Fn 2016-06-11 (0-0) 4-2 New Zealand - Papua NG
CA QF 2016-06-17 (0-0) 4-2 Colombia - Peru
EC 8F 2016-06-25 (1-1) 5-4 Poland - Switzerland
CA Fn 2016-06-26 (0-0) 4-2 Chile - Argentina
EC QF 2016-06-30 (1-1) 5-3 Portugal - Poland
EC QF 2016-07-02 (1-1) 6-5 Germany - Italy
AN QF 2017-01-28 (0-0) 5-4 Cameroon - Senegal
AN QF 2017-02-01 (1-1) 4-3 Egypt - Burkina Faso
CC SF 2017-06-28 (0-0) 3-0 Chile - Portugal
WC 8F 2018-07-01 (1-1) 4-2 Russia - Spain
WC 8F 2018-07-01 (1-1) 3-2 Croatia - Denmark
WC 8F 2018-07-03 (1-1) 4-3 England - Colombia
WC QF 2018-07-07 (2-2) Croatia - Russia

Results by country, in alphabetical order: won - lost - differential - country

2 2, 0 Algeria
8 6 +2 Argentina (most played, 14, most won)
0 1 -1 Australia
1 0 +1 Bahrain
1 0 +1 Belgium
7 5 +2 Brazil
1 0 +1 Bulgaria
2 2  0 Burkina Faso
4 3 +1 Cameroon
1 1  0 Canada
3 2 +1 Chile
2 1 +1 China
4 3 +1 Colombia
1 3 -2 Costa Rica
2 1 +1 Croatia
3 0 +3 Czechoslovakia / Czech Republic
2 0 +2 Dem Rep Congo
1 2 -1 Denmark
0 1 -1 Ecuador
4 2 +2 Egypt
0 1 -1 El Salvador
2 6 -4 England (worst balance)
0 1 -1 Equatorial Guinea
3 3  0 France
0 2 -2 Gabon
1 4 -3 Ghana
6 1 +5 Germany / West Germany (best balance)
0 1 -1 Greece
2 1 +1 Honduras
2 6 -4 Iran
2 0 +2 Iraq
1 1  0 Ireland
4 7 -3 Italy (most lost)
4 4  0 Ivory Coast
3 3  0 Japan
0 1 -1 Jordan
1 1  0 Kuwait
0 1 -1 Libya
2 0 +2 Mali
4 5 -1 Mexico
0 1 -1 Morocco
0 1 -1 Martinique
2 5 -3 Netherlands
5 3 +2 Nigeria
1 0 +1 New Zealand
4 1 +3 Panama
4 2 +2 Paraguay
0 2 -2 Peru
0 1 -1 Papua New Guinea
1 1  0 Poland
3 2 +1 Portugal
0 2 -2 Romania
1 1  0 Russia
4 0 +4 Saudi Arabia
0 2 -2 Senegal
1 2 -1 South Africa
4 3 +1 South Korea
5 4 +1 Spain
1 1  0 Sweden
0 2 -2 Switzerland
0 1 -1 Trinidad and Tobago
2 3 -1 Tunisia
1 0 +1 Turkey
1 2 -1 United Arab Emirates
1 0 +1 Ukraine
5 5  0 Uruguay
4 2 +2 USA
0 1 -1 Uzbekistan
0 1 -1 Venezuela
0 1 -1 Yugoslavia
1 1  0 Zambia

Penalty shoot-outs have been described sometimes as coin-flips, and the compiled results mostly bear that out, with a few outliers. The more times you flip a coin, the more likely is that you'll get a 50-50 result between heads and tails, and the same seems to happen with penalty shoot-outs. For example, if you hear that Argentina has lost as many as six penalty shoot-outs, that sounds bad, but on the other hand they have won eight, which shows the other side of the story (or the coin).

Argentina are, in fact, the team to have played and to have won the most penalty shoot-outs so far, and are second in the "most lost" category : P14 W8 L6, and the accumulated result is as close to 50-50 as it can be without being exactly that after fourteen times. Something similar could be said about Brazil: they have won seven (impressive), but they have lost five (not so impressive), again very close to 50-50. Uruguay have played 10 and their record is 5-5, and Mexico have played 9, with a result of won 4 lost 5. These are the four countries who have been involved in the most penalty shoot-outs, which shows that the more you play them, the more the outcomes balance themselves out. However, it is true that there are a few outliers, as you can see below.

So, in order to put this into context, the most useful indicator is how many more shoot-outs a team has won that they have lost or vice-versa, and that's reflected on the list with a +2, -1, 0, etc. Of the 71 countries ever involved in a penalty shoot-out in major competitions, only nine present a swing of +3, -3 or wider:

+5 West Germany / Germany
+4 Saudi Arabia
+3 Czechoslovakia / Czech Republic, Panama
-3 Ghana, Italy, Netherlands
-4 England, Iran

Saudi Arabia boast an impressive 4-0 so far, with the Czechs 3-0 including Czechoslovakia, and no-one has lost more than Italy (7), although once they won a World Cup final this way (and lost another one). The Netherlands were 0-4 down until 2004 (and are 2-1 since). Germany lost their first ever (and anyone's first ever), and they have won the next six on the trot. England propped the differential table on 1 won and 6 lost until they beat Colombia in July 2018.

Most won:
8 Argentina
7 Brazil
6 West Germany / Germany
5 Nigeria, Spain, Uruguay
4 Cameroon, Colombia, Egypt, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, USA

Most lost:
7 Italy
6 Argentina, England, Iran
5 Brazil, Mexico, Netherlands, Uruguay
4 Ghana, Ivory Coast, Spain

Thursday, 8 December 2016

The World Cup and the Champions League should go for 64 teams

Over the last few months there has been some debate about possible modifications to the number of entrants in the World Cup and the Champions League. My opinion about this is simple: both competitions should run with 64 participating teams. Here are my reasons:

1) Twice the number of current teams will be involved. This seems obvious enough, but this is also the number one reason why it should be done. Every time these two tournaments are held, there are some prestigious teams that are left out because there are not enough places. Doubling the number of participants would help more of these teams to qualify. This also means many more fans, in many more cities and many more countries would be included and would enjoy these tournaments. And when you include more teams, you generate increased interest across the whole country where that team is from. Ask any Polish or Scottish fans, for example, whether their interest is the same in a World Cup or Champions League group stage when they have a team present or when they don't.

2) The overall duration of the competitions would not be altered significantly. Just one more matchday would be needed in the World Cup (to accomodate an extra elimination round after the group stage), and two extra days in the Champions League, as compared to now. This would mean 8 matches instead of the current 7 in the World Cup, and 15 in the Champions League instead of 13. Given that the current Champions League quarter-finals are played over eight different days instead of the minimum four (four Tuesdays and four Wednesdays in February and March), the booked dates needed are already available on the international calendar. And also, let's remember that during four seasons at the turn of the century there was a second group stage after the first, taking a total of 17 matches for the competition to be completed. This was later trimmed back to 13 games, but 15 over 9 months is feasible, and it is a very small sacrifice in order to double the number of teams participating. Besides, in the case of the World Cup, the 48-team enlargement now under study by FIFA also would need an 8-match schedule anyway, due to the planned play-off round before the proper tournament starts, so if you're going to block off an 8-game chunk of the international calendar for the World Cup, at least make that length of time count, and use it to its maximum strength.

(Update: In January 2017 the FIFA plan eventually approved a 48-team finals in groups of three teams. This makes it even worse. I think that using an extra week of the international calendar every FOUR years is not that big a sacrifice for the price of DOUBLE the nations to be included)

3) Worrying about "diluting the quality" is a non-issue. Anyone who watches football knows that you simply don't know how "good" the next match you watch is going to be, whatever the "quality" of the teams involved, and you don't know either where the next thoroughly enjoying crowd-pleaser is going to come from. We've all seen a disappointing Real Madrid v Barcelona, an underwhelming Liverpool v Manchester United or a boring Italy v Germany. And we've also seen an entertaining Swansea v Crystal Palace, or an eventful Portugal v Hungary, games which maybe wouldn't be billed as "highest quality" before the fact. Having fewer matches do not mean they are going to be better games, and conversely, more matches do not mean they are all going to be worse. Every fan of each team is going to find their own games interesting, whatever the "quality" of the play, and then they will judge the rest of the matches according to their own time and inclination.

4) Yes, it would be difficult to watch every match in an enlarged World Cup like this, but no-one is asking you to. As an everyday fan, do you watch every match in the current Champions League, or in your current domestic club competitions? No, and nobody will say you're a poor football fan if you don't. I know that it is a great experience being able to watch every single match of the World Cup, which is just about doable with the current number of games, but with double the number of matches to deal with, you can just concentrate on the ones you're interested in (or just actually able to watch), and then catch up with the remainder through recorded viewing or highlights packages... which is what you're doing now with the Champions league anyway, and with your local national leagues and cups.

5) The 64-team format would give everyone more of what they enjoy from a football competition: being able to take part in it more often as a player or a fan, for a start, and also many more dramatic elimination matches. The enlarged World Cup would have an extra 16-game last-32 round, and the Champions League would also have an extra 16-match last-32 round of two-legged ties. In fact, this expansion would make the Champions League elimination rounds as big (in terms of number of clubs participating in them) as the old European Cup seasons until 1992. You would be able to recapture the magic of those 32-team competitions of pure home-and-away football, after the group stage.

6) The enlarged number of participants would mean that big teams miss out less often (remember England, the Netherlands, France, Milan or Chelsea in previous years), middle-ranking nations and clubs would qualify more frequently, rather than just once every three or four tournaments, and lower-ranked teams would also be able to take part more often than until now. This would even improve the chances of a Cinderella story like those of Iceland, Jamaica, Anorthosis or Ludogorets in recent times. Depending on who you support, you know how hard it is when you don't qualify, and you also know that it is not the same when you have to watch the competition from the outside.

7) Stadia and organisation wouldn't be a problem in the Champions League: Europe already has a second competition running, the Europa League, which shows that the whole continent is able to run many mid-week matches across many countries without problems. Now, imagine many of those games (like this season's Ajax v Panathinaikos, for example, or Manchester United v Feyenoord) being played in the Champions League instead of the Europa League. It just isn't the same, and don't the players and fans know it!

As for the World Cup, I think that too much is being made of the hosting problems. The enlarged 64-team World Cup would mean 127 football matches over 6 weeks. That's fewer than the number of matches being played in England's domestic top three divisions (136 games) over just four weekends. And over those four weekends there are many more football matches being played in lower divisions at the same time, and this happens all throughout the season, often twice a week, for nine months, while the rest of the footballing countries do the same, at the same time. That's thousands of games every few days, and it works. So don't tell me that hosting 127 matches, never more than 6 a day, over less than a month and a half is too hard. I have never been involved in the organisation of a big sporting tournament, so I do reckon there will be difficulties to deal with regarding travelling fans, rooms to stay the night, fan zones, transport, policing and all that, but those shouldn't be insurmountable, especially when you see what the Olympic Games manage to cram in just two weeks over dozens of sports in and around a single city. The answer to this would be: for the first few tournaments at least, choose dependable hosts with ready-made stadia and good tourism infrastructure already in place. The USA, Spain, England, Japan, Mexico, would all be able to do it, and if not, then co-host sensibly. I heard often that the 2002 Japan-South Korea World Cup was "like hosting two different World Cups at the same time". Well, then you're doing it wrong. Europe are going to host it continent-wide for their own competition in 2020, and I think it will work. But for a 64-team competition, maybe Italy could host 4 of the 16 groups, Spain another 4, England 4 more and Portugal the remaining 4 (I'm just leaving Germany and France out of the example as the two most recent European World Cup hosts, but they could be included too). Then, each of those four host nations would get 4 round-of-32 matches, 2 round-of-16 games, 1 quarter final and then each of them either one semifinal or the 3rd-place play-off or the final. Sorted. Besides, this four-country hosting system could also apply to other parts of the world. And I'm sure there are many more solutions to this, including co-hosting between continents too (how about a Mediterranean World Cup across Spain, Italy, Greece, France, Turkey, Egypt, Morocco and Tunis, hosting two groups each, for example, or a CONCACAF-CONMEBOL effort from Canada to Chile). Anyway, my point is that this problem, if it is one, shouldn't be a deterrent.

And finally, to give you an example of how all this would look like, here's a list of a "virtual" group stage for each competition.

In the Champions League I have followed the current UEFA rankings and I have chosen as examples the teams from each country with the best UEFA coefficient (Sorry, Inter Milan, 7th best in Italy, Marseille, 6th best in France, Spartak Moscow, 9th best in Russia and Feyenoord, 4th best in the Netherlands). If you don't like the choices blame them, not me.

Top 4 UEFA-ranked nations: 6 teams each (24 teams all told)

 1 SPA Real Madrid
 2 SPA FC Barcelona
 3 SPA Atlético Madrid
 4 SPA Sevilla
 5 SPA Valencia
 6 SPA Villarreal
 7 ENG Manchester United
 8 ENG Arsenal
 9 ENG Chelsea
10 ENG Liverpool
11 ENG Manchester City
12 ENG Tottenham
13 GER Bayern Munich
14 GER Borussia Dortmund
15 GER Bayer Leverkusen
16 GER Schalke 04
17 GER Wolfsburg
18 GER Mönchengladbach
19 ITA AC Milan
20 ITA Juventus
21 ITA Lazio
22 ITA AS Roma
23 ITA Napoli
24 ITA Fiorentina

Nations ranked 5 and 6: 5 teams each (10 teams)

25 POR FC Porto
26 POR Benfica
27 POR Sporting Lisbon
28 POR Braga
29 POR Estoril
30 FRA Lyon
31 FRA Bordeaux
32 FRA Paris Saint-Germain
33 FRA Monaco
34 FRA Saint-Étienne

Nations ranked 7 and 8: 4 teams each (8 teams)

35 RUS CSKA Moscow
36 RUS Anzhi
37 RUS Zenit
38 RUS Rubin Kazan
39 UKR Dynamo Kiev
40 UKR Shakhtar
41 UKR Dnipro
42 UKR Metalist

Nations ranked 9 and 10: 3 teams each (6 teams)

43 NET Ajax
44 NET PSV
45 NET Alkmaar
46 BEL Anderlecht
47 BEL Brugge
48 BEL Genk

Nations ranked 11 and 12: 2 teams each (4 teams)

49 SWI Basel
50 SWI Young Boys
51 TUR Galatasaray
52 TUR Fenerbahçe

Rest of nations: 12 places to play for in preliminary rounds

53 GRE Olympiacos
54 CZE Sparta Prague
55 ROM Steaua Bucharest
56 AUS FC Salzburg
57 CRO Dinamo Zagreb
58 CYP APOEL
59 POL Legia Warsaw
60 ISR Maccabi Tel-Aviv
61 BLS BATE Borisov
62 DEN FC Copenhagen
63 SCO Celtic
64 SWE Malmö

Obviously, this distribution can be tinkered with. For example more nations represented and fewer nations with multiple clubs, but that's minutia to be decided later. Example of resulting groups (seeding made from UEFA's own coefficient ranking):

01 Real Madrid - 17 Shakhtar - 35 Anderlecht - 52 Sporting Lisbon
02 Bayern M - 22 Tottenham - 34 Dnipro - 53 Steaua Bucharest
03 Barcelona - 18 Leverkusen - 37 Monaco - 55 Genk
04 Atlético - 18 Basel - 36 Mönchengladbach - 57 Saint-Étienne
05 PSG - 23 Dynamo Kiev - 38 Fenerbahçe - 62 FC Copenhagen
06 Juventus - 25 Olympiacos  - 40 Sparta Prague - 61 Anzhi
07 Dortmund - 27 Galatasaray - 39 Roma - 63 AZ Alkmaar
08 Benfica - 26 Villarreal - 41 Milan - 64 BATE Borisov
09 Chelsea - 24 Fiorentina - 42 PSV - 68 Bordeaux
10 Arsenal - 29 Lazio - 43 Rubin Kazan - 113 Estoril
11 Sevilla - 30 Liverpool - 44 Celtic - 75 Young Boys
12 Manchester City - 31 Wolfsburg - 78 Dinamo Zagreb - 94 Metalist
13 Porto - 32 Lyon - 47 CSKA Moscow - 86 APOEL
14 Schalke - 21 Valencia - 49 Brugge - 81 Legia Warsaw
15 Napoli - 33 Ajax - 50 Salzburg - 89 Maccabi tel-Aviv
16 Zenit - 20 Manchester United - 51 Braga - 108 Malmö

Not bad, I think, and as we saw before, this still leaves out some well-know names.

Now for an example of a 64-team World Cup. To start with, I believe that in international competition terms, football should be divided into just four regions: Europe, Africa, the Americas (North, Central, South and Caribbean) and Oceania/Asia. Each of those regions would have roughly the same number of teams (around 50-60), so qualification rounds would last more or less the same amount of time. Each region could have 14 guaranteed places (56 total), and the last 8 would come from inter-continental play-offs, which would be the fairest way to see which region deserves more. Another way would be to do it by the FIFA rankings, which would yield, as of November 2016, 32 places for Europe, 12 for Africa, 13 for the Americas and just 7 to OceAsia. I would be OK with that, but there should be more games between teams from different continents to refine the rankings.

Going by FIFA Rankings:

Europe: 3 Germany, 5 Belgium, 7 France, 8 Portugal, 10 Spain, 11 Switzerland, 12 Wales, 13 England, 14 Croatia, 15 Poland, 16 Italy, 21 Iceland, 22 Netherlands, 23 Ireland, 29 Ukraine, 31 Austria, 32 Northern Ireland, 39 Romania, 41 Sweden, 42 Greece, 44 Serbia, 46 Denmark, 49 Albania, 52 Slovenia, 54 Israel, 55 Russia, 63 Montenegro

Africa: 33 Senegal, 34 Ivory Coast, 35 Tunisia, 36 Egypt, 38 Algeria, 47 DR Congo, 50 Burkina Faso, 51 Nigeria, 53 Ghana, 57 Morocco, 60 South Africa, 61 Mali

Americas: 1 Argentina, 2 Brazil, 4 Chile, 6 Colombia, 9 Uruguay, 17 Costa Rica, 18 Mexico, 19 Peru, 20 Ecuador, 21 USA, 40 Paraguay, 58 Panama, 59 Venezuela

OceAsia: 30 Iran, 37 South Korea, 45 Japan, 48 Australia, 56 Saudi Arabia, 62 Uzbekistan, 64 UAE

Notably out: 65 Cameroon, 67 Scotland, 72 Bulgaria, 79 Guatemala, 83 China, 85 Norway, 95 Bolivia, 110 New Zealand, 120 Iraq.

Again, the distribution could be debated (Europe has many more higher-ranked teams being left out altogether than other regions, so there could be more places up for grabs through play-offs), but here's how the groups could look like:

1 Argentina - 26 Hungary - 33 Senegal - 49 Albania
2 Brazil - 25 Slovakia - 34 Ivory Coast - 54 Israel
3 Germany - 24 Turkey - 35 Tunisia - 56 Saudi Arabia
4 Chile - 23 Ireland - 36 Egypt - 55 Russia
5 Belgium - 29 Ukraine - 37 South Korea - 50 Burkina Faso
6 Colombia - 22 Netherlands - 38 Algeria - 63 Montenegro
7 France - 31 Austria - 40 Paraguay - 51 Nigeria
8 Portugal - 32 Northern Ireland - 45 Japan - 53 Ghana
9 Uruguay - 21 Iceland - 39 Romania - 57 Morocco
10 Spain - 30 Iran - 41 Sweden - 58 Panama
11 Switzerland - 28 USA - 42 Greece - 60 South Africa
12 Wales - 27 Bosnia - 47 Congo DR - 59 Venezuela
13 England - 20 Ecuador - 43 Czech Republic - 64 UAE
14 Croatia - 19 Peru - 44 Serbia - 61 Mali
15 Poland - 18 Mexico - 46 Denmark - 62 Uzbekistan
16 Italy - 17 Costa Rica - 48 Australia - 52 Slovenia

If anyone has any comments, you can leave them in the section below. If any new talking points come up, I will add them to the post. Thanks for reading.

Monday, 10 October 2016

The current classification

The EFCL classification table (last updated 03 June 2017)

Pos (W-D-L) Points-Nation-Team

01 (30-14-08)104 SPA Real Madrid
02 (29-17-07)104 SPA FC Barcelona
03 (28-12-12) 96 GER Bayern München
04 (27-13-12) 94 ENG Liverpool FC
05 (22-20-10) 85 FRA Paris Saint-Germain
06 (22-18-12) 84 ENG Manchester United
07 (22-16-14) 82 ITA Internazionale Milano
08 (21-18-13) 81 GER Borussia Dortmund
09 (21-16-15) 79 ITA Juventus Torino
10 (18-22-12) 76 ENG Chelsea London
11 (20-16-16) 76 ENG Arsenal London
12 (17-23-12) 74 ESP Valencia CF
13 (18-16-18) 70 FRA Olympique Lyonnais
14 (15-16-19) 67 ITA AS Roma
15 (12-28-12) 64 ITA AC Milan
16 (15-18-20) 63 POR Benfica Lisboa
17 (13-23-16) 62 NET Ajax Amsterdam
18 (15-15-22) 60 POR FC Porto
19 (14-18-20) 60 GER Bayer Leverkusen
20 (11-21-20) 54 NET PSV Eindhoven
21 (10-22-20) 52 TUR Galatasaray Istanbul
22 (12-13-27) 49 GRE Olympiacos Pirea
23 (10-19-23) 49 GRE Panathinaikos Athinai
24 (10-16-26) 47 BEL Anderlecht Bruxelles
25 (07-23-22) 44 FRA Olympique Marseille
26 (07-22-23) 43 NOR Rosenborg Trondheim
27 (08-14-30) 38 UKR Dynamo Kyiv

Saturday, 1 October 2016

The 2016-17 EFCL season

This is a list of all the match results compiled in the EFCL league table. They are the last two competitive matches (no friendlies) played between all the teams included in the league. If anyone spots a mistake, let me know in the comments section. I'm also missing some goalscorers from older matches. This entry will be updated whenever new matches are played.

Last updated : 03.06.2017

MANCHESTER UNITED
Man 2 Che 0 2017-04-16 NLe (Marcus Rashford, Ander Herrera)
Che 1 Man 0 2017-03-13 NCu (Ngolo Kanté)
Man 1 Liv 1 2017 01 15 NLe (Zlatan Ibrahimovic; James Milner)
Liv 0 Man 0 2016-10-17 NLe
Ars 2 Man 0 2017-05-07 NLe (Granit Xhaka, Danny Welbeck)
Man 1 Ars 1 2016-11-19 NLe (Juan Mata; Olivier Giroud)
Man 2 Int 0 2009-03-11 C8F (Nemanja Vidic, Cristiano Ronaldo)
Int 0 Man 0 2009-02-24 C8F
Man 4 Mil 0 2010-03-10 C8F (Wayne Rooney 2, Ji-sung Park, Darren Fletcher)
Mil 2 Man 3 2010-02-16 C8F (Ronaldinho, Clarence Seedorf; Paul Scholes, Wayne Rooney 2)
Juv 0 Man 3 2003-02-25 CG2 (Ryan Giggs 2, Ruud Van Nistelrooy)
Man 2 Juv 1 2003-02-19 CG2 (Wes Brown, Ruud Van Nistelrooy; Pavel Nedved)
Man 1 Rom 0 2008-04-09 CQF (Carlos Tévez)
Rom 0 Man 2 2008-04-01 CQF (Cristiano Ronaldo; Wayne Rooney)
Man 1 Rea 2 2013-03-05 C8F (Sergio Ramos og; Luka Modric, Cristiano Ronaldo)
Rea 1 Man 1 2013-02-13 C8F (Cristiano Ronaldo; Danny Welbeck)
Bar 3 Man 1 2011-05-28 CFi (Pedro Rodríguez, Lionel Messi, David Villa; Wayne Rooney)
Bar 2 Man 0 2009-05-21 CFi (Samuel Eto'o, Lionel Messi)
Man 1 Val 1 2010-12-07 CGS (Anderson; Pablo Hernández)
Val 0 Man 1 2010-09-30 CGS (Pablo Hernández)
Bay 3 Man 1 2014-04-10 CQF (Mario Mandzukic, Thomas Müller, Arjen Robben; Patrice Evra)
Man 1 Bay 1 2014-04-01 CQF (Nemanja Vidic; Bastian Schweinsteiger)
Man 0 Bor 1 1997-04-23 CSF (Lars Ricken)
Bor 1 Man 0 1997-04-09 CSF (René Tretschok)
Lev 0 Man 5 2013-11-27 CGS (Luis Antonio Valencia, Emir Spahic og, Jonny Evans, Chris Smalling, Nani)
Man 4 Lev 2 2013-09-17 CGS (Wayne Rooney 2, Robin van Persie, Luis Antonio Valencia; Siomn Rolfes, Ömer Toprak)
Por 0 Man 1 2009-04-15 CQF (Cristiano Ronaldo)
Man 2 Por 2 2009-04-07 CQF (Wayne Rooney, Carlos Tévez; Rodríguez, Lucho González)
Man 2 Ben 2 2011-11-22 CGS (Dimitar Berbatov, Darren Fletcher; Phil Jones og, Pablo Aimar)
Ben 1 Man 1 2011-09-14 CGS (Óscar Cardozo; Ryan Giggs)
Man 1 Lyo 0 2008-03-04 C2R (Cristiano Ronaldo)
Lyo 1 Man 1 2008-02-20 C2R (Karim Benzema; Carlos Tévez)
Man 2 OMa 1 2011-03-15 C8F (Javier Hernández 2; Wes Brown og)
OMa 0 Man 0 2011-02-23 C8F
Man - PSG
PSG - Man
Man 0 PSV 0 2015-11-25 CGS
PSV 2 Man 1 2015-09-15 CGS (Héctor Moreno, Luciano Narsingh; Memphis Depay)
Man 2 Aja 0 2017-05-14 ELF (Paul Pogba, Henrik Mkhitaryan)
Man 1 Aja 2 2012-02-23 E16 (Javier Hernández; Aras Ozbiliz, Toby Alderweireld)
Man 4 Dyn 0 2007-11-07 CGS (Gerard Piqué, Carlos Tévez, Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo)
Dyn 2 Man 4 2007-10-23 CGS (Rincón, Bangoura; Rio Ferdinand, Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo 2)
Man 3 Oly 0 2014-03-19 C8F (Robin van Persie 3)
Oly 2 Man 0 2014-02-25 C8F (Alejandro Domínguez, Joel Campbell)
Pan 0 Man 1 2003-11-26 CGS (Diego Forlán)
Man 5 Pan 0 2003-09-16 CGS (Mickaël Silvestre, Quinton Fortune, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Nicky Butt, Éric Djemba-Djemba)
Gal 1 Man 0 2012-11-20 CGS (Burak Yilmaz)
Man 1 Gal 0 2012-09-19 CGS (Michael Carrick)
Man - Ros -
Man - Ros -
Man 2 And 1 2017-04-20 EQF (Henrik Mkhitaryan, Marcus Rashford; Sofiane Hanni)
And 1 Man 1 2017-04-13 EQF (Leander Dendoncker; Henrik Mkhitaryan)
CHELSEA LONDON
Liv 1 Che 1 2017-01-20 NLe (Georginio Wijnaldum; David Luiz)
Che 1 Liv 2 2016-09-16 NLe (Diego Costa; Dejan Lovren, Jordan Henderson)
Che 3 Ars 1 2017-02-04 NLe (Marcos Alonso, Eden Hazard, Francesc Fàbregas; Olivier Giroud)
Ars 3 Che 0 2016-09-24 NLe (Alexis Sánchez, Theo Walcott, Mesut Özil)
Che 0 Int 1 2010-03-16 C2R (Samuel Eto'o)
Int 2 Che 1 2010-02-24 C2R (Diego Milito, Esteban Cambiasso; Salomon Kalou)
Mil 1 Che 1 2000-10-26 CGS (Dennis Wise; Oliver Bierhoff)
Che 0 Mil 0 2000-09-15 CGS
Juv 3 Che 0 2012-11-20 CGS (Fabio Quagliarella, Arturo Vidal, Sebastian Giovinco)
Che 2 Juv 2 2012-09-19 CGS (Oscar 2; Arturo Vidal, Fabio Quagliarella)
Rom 3 Che 1 2008-11-04 CGS (Christian Panucci, Mirko Vucinic 2; John Terry)
Che 1 Rom 0 2008-10-22 CGS (John Terry)
Che 1 Rea 0 1998-08-28 ESC (Gustavo Poyet)
Che 2 Rea 1 1971-05-21 CWC (Peter Osgood, John Dempsey; Sebastián Fleitas)
Bar 2 Che 2 2012-04-24 CSF (Sergio Busquets, Andrés Iniesta; Ramires, Fernando Torres)
Che 1 Bar 0 2012-04-18 CSF (Didier Drogba)
Che 3 Val 0 2011-12-06 CGS (Didier Drogba 2, Ramires)
Val 1 Che 1 2011-09-28 CGS (Roberto Soldado; Frank Lampard)
Bay 2 Che 2 2013-08-30 ESC (Franck Ribéry, Javi Martínez; Fernando Torres, Eden Hazard)
Che 1 Bay 1 2012-05-19 CFi (Didier Drogba; Thomas Müller)
Che - Bor
Che - Bor
Lev 2 Che 1 2011-11-23 CGS (Eren Derdiyok, Manuel Friedrich; Didier Drogba)
Che 2 Lev 0 2011-09-13 CGS (David Luiz, Juan Mata)
Che 2 Por 0 2015-12-09 CGS (Iván Marcano og, Willian)
Por 2 Che 1 2015-09-29 CGS (André André, Maicon; Willian)
Che 2 Ben 1 2013-05-15 ELF (Fernando Torres, Branislav Ivanovic; Óscar Cardozo)
Che 2 Ben 1 2012-04-04 CQF (Frank Lampard, Raúl Meireles; Javi García)
Che – Lyo
Che – Lyo
OMa 1 Che 0 2010-12-08 CGS (Marlon Brandao)
Che 2 OMa 0 2010-09-28 CGS (John Terry, Nicolas Anelka)
Che 1 PSG 2 2016-03-09 C8F
PSG 2 Che 1 2016-02-16 C8F
Che – PSV
Che – PSV
Che - Aja
Che - Aja
Che 2 Dyn 1 2015-11-04 (Alexander Dragovic og, Willian; Alexander Dragovic)
Dyn 0 Che 0 2015-10-20
Che 3 Oly 0 2008-03-05 C2R (Michael Ballack, Frank Lampard, Salomon Kalou)
Oly 0 Che 0 2008-02-19 C2R
Che - Pan -
Pan - Che -
Che 2 Gal 0 2014-03-18 C8F (Samuel Eto'o, Gary Cahill)
Gal 1 Che 1 2014-02-26 C8F (Aurelien Chedjou; Fernando Torres)
Ros 0 Che 4 2007-11-28 CGS (Didier Drogba 2, Alex, Joe Cole)
Che 1 Ros 1 2007-09-18 CGS (Andriy Shevchenko; Miika Koppinen)
And 0 Che 2 2005-11-24 CGS (Hernán Crespo, Ricardo Carvalho)
Che 1 And 0 2005-09-13 CGS (Frank Lampard)
LIVERPOOL FC
Liv 3 Ars 1 2017-03-04 NLe (Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mané, Georginio Wijnaldum; Danny Welbeck)
Ars 3 Liv 4 2016-08-14 NLe (Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Calum Chambers; Philippe Coutinho 2, Adam Lallana, Sadio Mané)
Int 0 Liv 1 2008-03-11 C2R (Fernando Torres)
Liv 2 Int 0 2008-02-19 C2R (Dirk Kuyt, Steven Gerrard)
Mil 2 Liv 1 2007-05-23 CFi (Filippo Inzaghi 2, Dirk Kuyt)
Liv 3 Mil 3 2005-05-25 CFi (Paolo Maldini, Hernán Crespo 2; Steven Gerrard, Vladimir Smicer, Xabier Alonso)
Juv 0 Liv 0 2005-04-30 CQF
Liv 2 Juv 1 2005-04-05 CQF (Sami Hyypia, Luis García; Fabio Cannavaro)
Liv 2 Rom 0 2002-03-19 C2G (Jari Litmanen, Emile Heskey)
Rom 0 Liv 0 2002-12-05 C2G
Rea 1 Liv 0 2014-11-04 CGS (Karim Benzema)
Liv 0 Rea 3 2014-10-22 CGS (Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema 2)
Liv 0 Bar 1 2007-03-06 C2R (Eidur Gudjohnsen)
Bar 1 Liv 2 2007-02-21 C2R (Deco; Craig Bellamy, John Arne Riise)
Liv 0 Val 1 2002-10-30 CGS (Francisco Rufete)
Val 2 Liv 0 2002-09-17 CGS (Pablo Aimar, Rubén Baraja)
Liv 3 Bay 2 2001-08-24 ESC (John Arne Riise, Emile Heskey, Michael Owen; Hasan Salihamidzic, Carsten Jancker)
Liv 1 Bay 1 1981-04-22 CSF
Liv 4 Bor 3 2016-04-14 EQF (Divock Origi, Philippe Coutinho, Mamadou Sakho, Dejan Lovren; Henrik Mkhitaryan, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Marco Reus)
Bor 1 Liv 1 2016-04-07 EQF (Mats Hummels; Divock Origi)
Lev 1 Liv 3 2005-03-09 C8F (Jacek Krzynówek; Luis García 2, Milan Baros)
Liv 3 Lev 1 2005-02-22 C8F (Luis García, John Arne Riise, Dietmar Hamann; França)
Liv 4 Por 1 2007-11-28 CGS (Fernando Torres 2, Steven Gerrard, Peter Crouch; Lisandro López)
Por 1 Liv 1 2007-09-18 CGS (Lucho González; Dirk Kuyt)
Liv 4 Ben 1 2010-04-08 ELQ (Dirk Kuijt, Lucas Leiva, Fernando Torres 2; Óscar Cardozo)
Ben 2 Liv 1 2010-04-01 ELQ (Óscar Cardozo 2; Daniel Agger)
Liv 1 Lyo 1 2009-11-04 CGS (Lisandro López; Ryan Babel)
Liv 1 Lyo 2 2009-10-20 CGS (Yossi Benayoun; Maxime Gonalons, César Delgado)
Liv 1 OMa 0 2008-11-26 CGS (Steven Gerrard)
OMa 1 Liv 2 2008-09-16 CGS (Lorik Cana; Steven Gerrard 2)
Liv 2 PSG 0 1997-04-24 RSF
PSG 3 Liv 0 1997-04-10 RSF
PSV 1 Liv 3 2008-12-09 CGS (Danko Lazovic; Ryan Babel, Albert Riera, David Ngog)
Liv 3 PSV 1 2008-10-01 CGS (Dirk Kuyt, Robbie Keane, Steven Gerrard; Danny Koevermans)
Liv 2 Aja 2 1966-12-14 C8F (Roger Hunt 2, Johan Cruyff 2)
Aja 5 Liv 1 1966-12-07 C8F (Cornelis de Wolf, Johan Cruyff, Klaas Nuninga 2, Hendrik Groot; Chris Lawler)
Dyn 1 Liv 2 2001-10-16 CGS (Tiberiu Ghioane; Danny Murphy, Steven Gerrard)
Liv 1 Dyn 0 2001-09-26 CGS (Jari Litmanen)
Liv 3 Oly 1 2004-12-08 CGS (Florent Sinama-Pongolle, Neil Mellor, Steven Gerrard; Rivaldo)
Oly 1 Liv 0 2004-09-28 CGS (Ieroklis Stoltidis)
Pan 0 Liv 1 1985-04-24 CSF (Mark Lawrenson)
Liv 4 Pan 0 1985-04-10 CSF (John Wark, Ian Rush 2, Jim Beglin)
Gal 3 Liv 2 2006-12-05 CGS (Necati Ates, Okan Buruk, Sasa Ilic; Robbie Fowler 2)
Liv 3 Gal 2 2006-09-27 CGS (Peter Crouch 2, Luis García; Ümit Karan 2)
Liv - Ros -
Liv - Ros -
Liv 3 And 0 2005-10-31 CGS (Fernando Morientes, Luis García, Djibril Cissé)
And 0 Liv 1 2005-10-19 CGS (Djibril Cissé)
ARSENAL LONDON
Int 1 Ars 5 2003-11-25 CGS (Christian Vieri; Thierry Henry 2, Freddie Ljungberg, Edu, Robert Pires)
Ars 0 Int 3 2003-09-17 CGS (Julio Cruz, Andy van der Meyde, Obafemi Martins)
Ars 3 Mil 0 2012-03-06 C2R (Laurent Koscielny, Tomas Rosicky, Robin van Persie)
Mil 4 Ars 0 2012-02-15 C2R (Kevin-Prince Boateng, Robinho 2, Zlatan Ibrahimovic)
Juv 0 Ars 0 2006-04-05 CQF
Ars 2 Juv 0 2006-03-28 CQF (Francesc Fàbregas, Thierry Henry)
Rom 1 Ars 0 2009-03-11 CQF (Juan)
Ars 1 Rom 0 2009-02-24 CQF (Robin van Persie)
Ars 0 Rea 0 2006-03-08 C8F
Rea 0 Ars 1 2006-02-21 C8F (Thierry Henry)
Bar 3 Ars 1 2016-03-16 C8F (Neymar, Luis Suárez, Lionel Messi; Mohamed Elneny)
Ars 0 Bar 2 2016-02-23 C8F (Lionel Messi 2)
Val 2 Ars 1 2003-03-19 CG2 (John Carew 2; Thierry Henry)
Ars 0 Val 0 2002-12-10 CG2
Ars 1 Bay 5 2017-03-07 C8F (Theo Walcott; Robert Lewandowski, Arjen Robben, Douglas Costa, Arturo Vidal 2)
Bay 5 Ars 1 2017-02-15 C8F (Arjen Robben, Robert Lewandowski, Thiago Alcántara 2, Thomas Müller; Alexis Sánchez)
Bor 2 Ars 0 2014-09-16 CGS (Henrik Mkhitaryan, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang)
Bor 0 Ars 1 2013-11-06 CGS (Aaron Ramsey)
Ars 4 Lev 1 2002-02-27 C2G (Robert Pires, Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, Dennis Bergkamp; Zoltan Sebescen)
Lev 1 Ars 1 2002-02-19 C2G (Ulf Kirsten; Robert Pires)
Ars 5 Por 0 2010-03-09 C2R (Niklas Bendtner 3, Sami Nasri, Emmanuel Eboué)
Por 2 Ars 1 2010-02-17 C2R (Silvestre Varela, Radamel Falçao; Sol Campbell)
Ars 1 Ben 3 1991-11-06 C2R (Pates; Isaías 2, Kulkov)
Ben 1 Ars 1 1991-10-23 C2R (Isaías; Sol Campbell)
Lyo 0 Ars 1 2001-02-14 C2G (Thierry Henry)
Ars 1 Lyo 1 2001-02-22 C2G (Dennis Bergkamp; Edmilson)
Ars 2 Mar 0 2013-11-27 CGS (Jack Wilshere 2)
OMa 1 Ars 2 2013-09-18 CGS (Jordan Ayew; Theo Walcott, Aaron Ramsey)
Ars 2 PSG 2 2016-11-23 CGS (Olivier Giroud, Marco Verrati og; Edinson Cavani, Alex Iwobi og)
PSG 1 Ars 1 2016-09-13 CGS (Edinson Cavani; Alexis Sánchez)
Ars 1 PSV 1 2007-03-07 C2R (Alex og; Alex)
PSV 1 Ars 0 2007-02-20 C2R (Édison Méndez)
Ars 0 Aja 0 2005-12-07 CGS
Aja 1 Ars 2 2005-09-27 CGS (Markus Rosenberg; Freddie Ljungberg, Robert Pirès)
Ars 1 Dyn 0 2008-11-25 CGS (Niklas Bendtner)
Dyn 1 Ars 1 2008-09-17 CGS (Ismael Bangoura; William Gallas)
Oly 0 Ars 3 2015-12-09 CGS (Olivier Giroud 3)
Ars 2 Oly 3 2015-09-29 CGS (Theo Walcott, Alexis Sánchez; Felipe Pardo, David Ospina og, Alfred Finnbogason)
Ars 1 Pan 1 2004-11-02 CGS (Thierry Henry; Pascal Cygan og)
Pan 2 Ars 2 2004-10-19 CGS (Ezequiel González, Emmanuel Olisadebe; Freddie Ljungberg, Thierry Henry)
Gal 1 Ars 4 2014-12-09 CGS (Wesley Sneijder; Lukas Podolski 2, Aaron Ramsey 2)
Ars 4 Gal 1 2014-10-01 CGS (Danny Welbeck 3, Alexis Sánchez; Burak Yilmaz)
Ars 5 Ros 1 2004-12-07 CGS (José Antonio Reyes, Thierry Henry, Francesc Fàbregas, Robert Pires, Robin van Persie; Erik Hoftun)
Ros 1 Ars 1 2004-09-29 CGS (Roar Strand; Freddie Ljungberg)
Ars 3 And 3 2014-11-04 CGS (Mikel Arteta, Alexis Sánchez, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain; Anthony Vanden Borre 2, Aleksandar Mitrovic)
And 1 Ars 2 2014-10-22 CGS (Andy Najar; Kieran Gibbs, Lukas Podolski)
INTERNAZIONALE MILANO
Int 2 Mil 2 2017-04-15 NLe (Antonio Candreva, Mauro Icardi; Leandro Romagnoli, Cristian Zapata)
Mil 2 Int 2 2016-11-20 NLe (Suso 2; Antonio Candreva, Ivan Perisic)
Int 2 Juv 1 2016-09-18 NLe (Mauro Icardi, Ivan Perisic; Stephan Lichtsteiner)
Int 3 Juv 0 2016-03-02 NCu (Marcelo Brozovic 2, Ivan Perisic)
Int 1 Rom 3 2017-02-26 NLe (Mauro Icardi; Radja Nainggolan 2, Diego Perotti)
Rom 2 Int 1 2016-10-02 NLe (Edin Dzeko, Mauro Icardi og; Éver Banega)
Int 3 Rea 1 1998-11-25 CGS (Iván Zamorano, Roberto Baggio 2; Clarence Seedorf)
Rea 2 Int 0 1998-09-16 CGS (Fernando Hierro, Clarence Seedorf)
Bar 1 Int 0 2010-04-28 CSF (Gerard Piqué)
Int 3 Bar 1 2010-04-20 CSF (Wesley Sneijder, Maicon, Diego Milito; Pedro Rodríguez)
Val 0 Int 0 2007-03-06 C8F
Int 2 Val 2 2007-02-21 C8F (Esteban Cambiasso, Maicon; David Villa, David Silva)
Bay 2 Int 3 2011-03-16 C8F (Mario Gómez, Thomas Müller; Samuel Eto'o, Wesley Sneijder, Goran Pandev)
Int 0 Bay 1 2011-02-23 C8F (Mario Gómez)
Int 1 Bor 2 1994-03-17 C4F (Antonio Manicone; Michael Zorc, Lars Ricken)
Bor 1 Int 3 1994-03-01 C4F (Michael Schulz; Wim Jonk 2, Igor Shalimov)
Lev 0 Int 2 2003-03-19 C2G (Obafemi Martins, Emre Belözoglu)
Int 3 Lev 2 2002-12-10 C2G (Luigi di Biagio 2, Hans-Jörg Butt 2; Boris Zivkovic, França)
Int 2 Por 1 2005-11-01 CGS (Julio Cruz 2, Hugo Almeida)
Por 2 Int 0 2005-10-19 CGS (Marco Materazzi og, Benni McCarthy)
Int 4 Ben 3 2004-03-25 U8F (Obafemi Martins 2, Álvaro Recoba, Christian Vieri; Nuno Gomes 2, Tiago Mendes)
Ben 0 Int 0 2004-03-11 U8F
Lyo 3 Int 3 2002-10-22 CGS (Anderson Da Silva 2, Eric Carrière; Claudio Caçapa og, Hernán Crespo 2)
Int 1 Lyo 2 2002-10-02 CGS (Fabio Cannavaro; Sydney Govou, Anderson Da Silva)
Int 2 OMa 1 2012-03-13 C8F (Diego Milito, Giampaolo Pazzini; Marlon Brandao)
OMa 1 Int 0 2012-02-22 CGS (André Ayew)
Int - PSG
PSG - Int
Int 2 PSV 0 2007-10-02 CGS (Zlatan Ibrahimovic 2)
PSV 0 Int 1 2007-12-12 CGS (Julio Cruz)
Int 1 Aja 0 2006-03-14 C8F (Dejan Stankovic)
Aja 2 Int 2 2006-02-22 C8F (Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, Mauro Rosales; Dejan Stankovic, Julio Cruz)
Dyn 1 Int 2 2009-11-04 CGS (Andriy Shevchenko; Diego Milito, Wesley Sneijder)
Int 2 Dyn 2 2009-10-20 CGS (Dejan Stankovic, Walter Samuel; Taras Mykhalyk, Lúcio og)
Int - Oly
Int - Oly
Int 0 Pan 1 2008-11-26 CGS (Iker Sarriegi)
Pan 0 Int 2 2008-09-16 CGS (Mancini, Adriano)
Int - Gal
Int - Gal
Int 3 Ros 0 2002-10-30 CGS (Álvaro Recoba, Janne Saarinen og, Hernán Crespo)
Ros 2 Int 2 2002-09-17 CGS (Azar Karadas, Hernán Crespo)
Int 3 And 0 2004-12-07 CGS (Julio Cruz, Obafemi Martins 2)
And 1 Int 3 2004-09-29 CGS (Walter Baseggio; Obafemi Martins, Adriano, Dejan Stankovic)
AC MILAN
Juv 2 Mil 1 2017-03-10 NLe (Mehdi Benatia, Paulo Dybala; Carlos Bacca)
Juv 2 Mil 1 2017-01-25 NCu (Paulo Dybala, Miralem Pjanic; Carlos Bacca)
Mil 1 Rom 4 2017-05-07 NLe (Mario Pasalic; Edin Dzeko 2, Stephan El Shaarawy, Daniele de Rossi)
Rom 1 Mil 0 2016-12-12 NLe (Radja Nainggolan)
Mil 2 Rea 2 2010-11-03 GCS (Filippo Inzaghi 2; Gonzalo Higuaín, Pedro León)
Rea 2 Mil 0 2010-10-19 CGS (Cristiano Ronaldo, Mesut Özil)
Bar 3 Mil 1 2013-11-06 CGS (Lionel Messi 2, Sergio Busquets; Gerard Piqué og)
Mil 1 Bar 1 2013-10-22 CGS (Robinho; Lionel Messi)
Mil - Val
Mil – Val
Bay 0 Mil 2 2007-04-11 CQF (Clarence Seedorf, Filippo Inzaghi)
Mil 2 Bay 2 2007-04-03 CQF (Andrea Pirlo, Kaká; Daniel van Buyten 2)
Mil 0 Bor 1 2003-03-18 C2G (Jan Koller)
Bor 0 Mil 1 2002-12-11 C2G (Filippo Inzaghi)
Mil - Lev
Mil - Lev
Mil 1 Por 0 2003-08-29 ESC (Andriy Shevchenko)
Por 1 Mil 1 1997-11-20 CGS (Edmílson, Edgar Davids)
Ben 1 Mil 1 2007-11-28 CGS (Maxi Pereira; Andrea Pirlo)
Mil 2 Ben 1 2007-09-18 CGS (Andrea Pirlo, Filippo Inzaghi; Nuno Gomes)
Lyo 0 Mil 0 2006-03-29 CQF
Mil 3 Lyo 1 2006-04-04 CQF (Filippo Inzaghi 2, Andriy Shevchenko; Mahamadou Diarra)
Mil 1 OMa 1 2009-11-25 CGS (Marco Borriello; Lucho González)
OMa 1 Mil 2 2009-09-15 CGS (Gabriel Heinze; Filippo Inzaghi 2)
PSG 1 Mil 1 2001-02-20 C2G
Mil 1 PSG 1 2001-02-14 C2G
Mil 3 PSV 0 2013-08-28 CPR (Kevin-Prince Boateng 2, Mario Balotelli)
PSV 1 Mil 1 2013-08-21 CPR (Tim Matavz; Stephan El Shaarawy)
Mil 0 Aja 0 2013-12-11 CGS
Aja 1 Mil 1 2013-10-01 CGS (Stefano Denswil; Mario Balotelli)
Mil – Dyn
Mil – Dyn
Mil 3 Oly 1 1959-09-23 CR1
Oly 2 Mil 2 1959-09-13 CR1
Mil - Pan
Mil - Pan
Gal 2 Mil 0 2001-03-07 C2G (Gheorghe Hagi, Mário Jardel)
Mil 2 Gal 2 2000-11-21 C2G (José Mari Romero, Andriy Shevchenko; Mário Jardel, Hasan Sas)
Mil 1 Ros 2 1996-12-04 CGS (Christophe Dugarry; Harald Brattbakk, Vegard Heggem)
Ros 1 Mil 4 1996-09-25 CGS (Trond Egil Soltvedt; Marco Simone 3, George Weah)
And 1 Mil 3 2012-11-21 CGS (Tom de Sutter; Stephan El Shaarawy, Philippe Mexès, Alexandre Pato)
Mil 0 And 0 2012-09-18 CGS
JUVENTUS TORINO
Rom 3 Juv 1 2017-05-14 NLe (Daniele de Rossi, Stephan El Shaarawy, Radja Nainggolan; Mario Lemina)
Juv 1 Rom 0 2016-01-24 NLe (Paulo Dybala)
Rea 4 Juv 1 2017-06-03 CLF (Cristiano Ronaldo 2, Casemiro, Marco Asensio; Mario Mandzukic)
Rea 1 Juv 1 2015-05-13 CSF (Cristiano Ronaldo; Álvaro Morata)
Bar 0 Juv 0 2017-04-19 CQF
Juv 3 Bar 0 2017-04-11 CQF (Paulo Dybala 2, Giorgio Chiellini)
Bar 3 Juv 1 2015-06-06 CLF (Ivan Rakitic, Luis Suárez, Neymar da Silva)
Juv - Val
Juv - Val
Bay 4 Juv 2 2016-03-14 C8F (Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Müller, Thiago Alcántara, Kingsley Coman; Paul Pogba, Juan Cuadrado)
Juv 2 Bay 2 2016-02-23 C8F (Paulo Dybala, Stefano Sturaro; Thomas Müller, Arjen Robben)
Bor 0 Juv 3 2015-03-18 C2R (Carlos Tévez 2, Álvaro Morata)
Juv 2 Bor 1 2015-02-24 C2R (Carlos Tévez, Álvaro Morata; Marco Reus)
Lev 3 Juv 1 2002-03-12 C2G (Thomas Brdaric 2, Marko Babic 1; Igor Tudor)
Juv 4 Lev 0 2001-11-29 C2G (David Trezeguet 2, Alessandro del Piero, Igor Tudor)
Juv 1 Por 0 2017-03-14 C8F (Paulo Dybala)
Por 0 Juv 2 2017-02-22 C8F (Marco Pjaca, Daniel Alves)
Juv 0 Ben 0 2014-05-01 ESF
Ben 2 Juv 1 2014-04-24 ESF (Ezequiel Garay, Rodrigo Lima; Carlos Tévez)
Juv 1 Lyo 0 2016-11-02 CGS (Gonzalo Higuaín; Corentin Tolisso)
Lyo 0 Juv 1 2016-10-18 CGS (Juan Cuadrado)
Juv 3 OMa 0 1972-09-27 CR1
OMa 1 Juv 0 1972-09-13 CR1
PSG 0 Juv 1 1993 04 22 USF
Juv 2 PSG 1 1993 04 06 USF
Juv - PSV
Juv - PSV
Juv 0 Aja 0 2010-02-25 E16
Aja 1 Juv 2 2010-02-18 E16 (Hasan Sulejmani; Amauri 2)
Dyn 1 Juv 2 2002-11-13 CGS (Maksim Shatskikh; Marcelo Salas, Marcelo Zalayeta)
Juv 5 Dyn 0 2002-09-24 CGS (Marco di Vaio 2, Alessandro del Piero, Edgar Davids, Pavel Nedved)
Juv 3 Oly 2 2014-11-04 CGS (Andrea Pirlo, Roberto og, Paul Pogba; Alberto Botía, Delvin Ndinga)
Oly 1 Juv 0 2014-10-22 CGS (Pajtim Kasami)
Pan 3 Juv 1 2000-11-08 CGS (Paulo Sousa, Angelos Basinas, Krzysztóf Warzycha; Filippo Inzaghi)
Juv 2 Pan 1 2000-09-19 CGS (Alessio Tacchinardi, David Trezeguet; Nikos Goumas)
Gal 1 Juv 0 2013-12-11 CGS (Wesley Sneijder)
Juv 2 Gal 2 2013-10-02 CGS (Arturo Vidal, Fabio Quagliarella; Didier Drogba, Umut Bulut)
Juv 1 Ros 0 2001-10-17 CGS (David Trezeguet)
Ros 1 Juv 1 2001-09-25 CGS (Alessandro del Piero; Bent Skammelsrud)
And 1 Juv 1 1981-11-04 C8F
Juv 3 And 1 1981-10-21 C8F
AS ROMA
Rea 2 Rom 0 2016-03-08 C8F (Cristiano Ronaldo, James Rodríguez)
Rom 0 Rea 2 2016-02-17 C8F (Cristiano Ronaldo, Jesé Rodríguez)
Bar 6 Rom 1 2015-11-24 CGS (Luis Suárez 2, Lionel Messi 2, Gerard Piqué, Adriano Correia, Edin Dzeko)
Rom 1 Bar 1 2015-09-16 CGS (Alessandro Florenzi; Luis Suárez)
Rom 1 Val 0 2006-12-05 CGS (Christian Panucci)
Val 2 Rom 1 2006-09-27 CGS (Miguel Ángel Angulo, David Villa; Francesco Totti)
Bay 2 Rom 0 2014-11-05 CGS (Franck Ribéry, Mario Götze)
Rom 1 Bay 7 2014-10-21 CGS (Gervinho, Arjen Robben 2, Mario Götze, Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Müller, Franck Ribéry, Xherdan Shaqiri)
Bor 2 Rom 0 1993-03-18 UQF (Michael Schulz, Lothar Sippel)
Rom 1 Bor 0 1993-03-01 UQF (Sinisa Mihajlovic)
Rom 3 Lev 2 2015-11-04 CGS (Mohamed Salah, Edin Dzeko, Miralem Pjanic; Admir Mehmedi, Javier Hernández)
Lev 4 Rom 4 2015-10-20 CGS (Javier Hernández 2, Kevin Kampl, Admir Mehmedi; Daniele De Rossi 2, Miralem Pjanic, Iago Falqué)
Rom 0 Por 3 2016-08-23 CQR (Felipe, Miguel Layún, Jesús Corona)
Por 1 Rom 1 2016-08-17 CQR (André Silva; Felipe og)
Ben 0 Rom 1 1990-10-03 U32
Rom 1 Ben 0 1990-09-19 U32
Rom 2 Lyo 1 2017-03-16 E8F (Kevin Strootman, Lucas Tousart og; Mouctar Diakhaby)
Lyo 4 Rom 2 2017-03-09 E8F (Mouctar Diakhaby, Corentin Tolisso, Nabil Fekir, Alexandre Lacazette; Mohamed Salah, Federico Fazio)
Rom 0 Lyo 0 2007-02-21 C2R
Rom - OMa -
Rom - OMa -
Rom - PSG
PSG - Rom
PSV 1 Rom 0 1969-11-26 W8F
Rom 1 PSV 0 1969-11-12 W8F
Rom 1 Aja 1 2003-03-19 C2G (Antonio Cassano; Andy van der Meyde)
Aja 2 Rom 1 2002-12-10 C2G (Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Jari Litmanen; Gabriel Batistuta)
Dyn 1 Rom 4 2007-11-27 CGS (Ismael Bangoura; Christian Panucci, Ludovic Giuly, Mirko Vucinic 2)
Rom 2 Dyn 0 2007-09-19 CGS (Marco Perrotta, Francesco Totti)
Rom 1 Oly 1 2006-10-31 CGS (Francesco Totti; Júlio César)
Oly 0 Rom 1 2006-10-18 CGS (Marco Perrotta)
Rom 2 Pan 3 2010-02-25 E16 (John Arne Riise, Daniele de Rossi; Djibril Cissé 2, Sotiris Ninis)
Pan 3 Rom 2 2010-02-18 E16 (Dimitrios Salpingidis, Lazaros Christodopoulos, Djibril Cissé; Mirko Vucinic, David Pizarro)
Rom 1 Gal 1 2002-03-13 C2G (Cafú; Ümit Karan)
Gal 1 Rom 1 2001-11-20 C2G (Sébastien Pérez; Émerson)
Rom - Ros -
Rom - Ros -
Rom 1 And 1 2001-10-30 CGS (Marco Delvecchio; Ivica Mornar)
And 0 Rom 0 2001-09-19 CGS
REAL MADRID
Rea 2 Bar 3 2017-04-23 NLe (Casemiro, James Rodríguez; Lionel Messi 2, Ivan Rakitic)
Bar 1 Rea 1 2016-12-03 NLe (Luis Suárez; Sergio Ramos)
Rea 2 Val 1 2017-04-29 NLe (Cristiano Ronaldo, Marcelo; Daniel Parejo)
Val 2 Rea 1 2017-02-22 NLe (Simone Zaza, Fabián Orellana; Cristiano Ronaldo)
Rea 4 Bay 2 2017-04-18 CQF (Cristiano Ronaldo 3, Marco Asensio; Robert Lewandowski, Sergio Ramos og)
Bay 1 Rea 2 2017-04-12 CQF (Arturo Vidal; Cristiano Ronaldo 2)
Rea 2 Bor 2 2016-12-07 CGS (Karim Benzema 2; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Marco Reus)
Bor 2 Rea 2 2016-09-27 CGS (Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, André Schürrle; Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane)
Rea 1 Lev 1 2004-11-23 CGS (Raúl González; Dimitar Berbatov)
Lev 3 Rea 0 2004-09-15 CGS (Jacek Krzynówek, França, Dimitar Berbatov)
Rea 1 Por 1 2003-12-09 CGS (Santiago Solari; Derlei)
Por 1 Rea 3 2003-10-01 CGS (Costinha; Iván Helguera, Santiago Solari, Zinédine Zidane)
Rea 2 Ben 1 1965-03-17 CQF
Ben 5 Rea 1 1965-02-24 CQF
Lyo 0 Rea 2 2011-11-02 CGS (Cristiano Ronaldo 2)
Rea 4 Lyo 0 2011-10-19 CGS (Karim Benzema 2, Kaká, Sergio Ramos)
OMa 1 Rea 3 2009-12-08 CGS (Lucho González; Cristiano Ronaldo 2, Raúl Albiol)
Rea 3 OMa 0 2009-09-30 CGS (Cristiano Ronaldo 2, Kaká)
Rea 1 PSG 0 2015-11-03 CGS
PSG 0 Rea 0 2015-10-21 CGS
Rea 2 PSV 1 1989-03-15 CQF (Hugo Sánchez, Rafael Martín Vázquez; Romário de Souza)
PSV 1 Rea 1 1989-03-01 CQF (Romário de Souza; Emilio Butragueño)
Rea 4 Aja 1 2012-12-04 CGS (Cristiano Ronaldo, José María Callejón 2, Kaká; Derek Boerrigter)
Aja 1 Rea 4 2012-10-03 CGS (Niklas Moisander; Cristiano Ronaldo 3, Karim Benzema)
Dyn 2 Rea 2 2006-12-06 CGS (Maksim Shatskikh 2; Ronaldo Lima 2)
Rea 5 Dyn 1 2006-09-26 CGS (Ruud Van Nistelrooy 2, Raúl González 2, José Antonio Reyes; Artem Milevsky)
Oly 0 Rea 0 2007-11-06 CGS
Rea 4 Oly 2 2007-10-24 CGS (Raúl González, Robinho 2, Javier Balboa; Hugo Galletti, Julio César Santos)
Pan 2 Rea 2 2002-03-20 C2G (Nikos Liberopoulos, Nikos Goumas; Fernando Morientes, Javier Portillo)
Rea 3 Pan 0 2001-12-04 C2G (Iván Helguera, Raúl González 2)
Rea 4 Gal 1 2013-11-27 CGS (Gareth Bale, Álvaro Arbeloa, David Di María, Isco; Umut Bulut)
Gal 1 Rea 6 2013-09-17 CGS (Umut Bulut; Isco, Cristiano Ronaldo 3, Karim Benzema 2)
Ros 0 Rea 2 2005-11-01 CGS (Mikael Dorsin og, Guti)
Rea 4 Ros 1 2005-10-19 CGS (Jonathan Woodgate, Raúl González, Iván Helguera, David Beckham; Roar Strand)
And 0 Rea 2 2001-10-16 CGS (Roberto Carlos, Steve McManaman)
Rea 4 And 1 2001-09-26 CGS (Albert Celades, Raúl González 2, Santiago Solari; Arouna Dindane)
FC BARCELONA
Bar 4 Val 2 2017-03-19 NLe (Luis Suárez, Lionel Messi 2, André Gomes; Eliaquim Mangala, Munir El Haddadi)
Val 2 Bar 3 2016-10-22 NLe (Munir El Hadaui, Rodrigo; Lionel Messi 2, Luis Suárez)
Bar 1 Val 2 2016-04-17 NLe (Lionel Messi; Ivan Rakitic og, Santiago Mina)
Bay 3 Bar 2 2015-05-12 CSF (Mehdi Benatia, Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Müller; Neymar 2)
Bar 3 Bay 0 2015-05-06 CSF (Lionel Messi 2, Neymar)
Bor 1 Bar 1 1998-03-11 ESC (Jörg Heinrich; Giovanni da Silva)
Bar 2 Bor 0 1998-01-08 ESC (Luis Enrique Martínez, Rivaldo)
Lev 1 Bar 1 2015-12-09 CGS (Javier Hernández; Lionel Messi)
Bar 2 Lev 1 2015-09-29 CGS (Sergi Roberto, Luis Suárez, Kyriakos Papadopoulos)
Bar 2 Por 0 2011-08-26 ESC (Lionel Messi, Francesc Fàbregas)
Por 0 Bar 2 2000-03-07 CG2 (Abelardo Fernández, Rivaldo)
Bar 0 Ben 0 2012-12-05 CGS
Ben 0 Bar 2 2012-10-02 CGS (Alexis Sánchez, Francesc Fàbregas)
Bar 5 Lyo 2 2009-03-11 C2R (Thierry Henry 2, Lionel Messi, Samuel Eto'o, Seydou Keita; Jean Makoun, Juninho)
Lyo 1 Bar 1 2009-02-24 C2R (Juninho; Thierry Henry)
Bar - OMa -
Bar - OMa -
Bar 6 PSG 1 2017-03-08 C8F (Luis Suárez, Layvin Kurzawa og, Lionel Messi, Neymar 2 Sergi Roberto; Edinson Cavani)
PSG 4 Bar 0 2017-02-14 C8F (Ángel Di María 2, Julian Draxler, Edinson Cavani)
PSV 2 Bar 2 1997-12-10 CGS (Abelardo Fernández og, Gilles de Bilde; Abelardo Fernández, Giovanni)
Bar 2 PSV 2 1997-10-01 CGS (Luis Enrique Martínez 2, Philip Cocu, Peter Möller)
Aja 0 Bar 2 2014-11-05 CGS (Lionel Messi 2)
Bar 3 Aja 1 2014-10-21 CGS (Neymar, Lionel Messi, Sandro Ramírez; Anwar El-Ghazi)
Dyn 1 Bar 2 2009-12-09 CGS (Artem Milevskiy; Xavi Hernández, Lionel Messi)
Bar 2 Dyn 0 2009-09-29 CGS (Lionel Messi, Pedro Rodríguez)
Bar - Oly
Bar - Oly
Pan 0 Bar 3 2010-11-24 CGS (Pedro Rodríguez 2, Lionel Messi)
Bar 5 Pan 1 2010-09-14 CGS (Lionel Messi, David Villa, Pedro Rodríguez, Daniel Alves; Sydney Govou)
Bar 3 Gal 1 2002-11-13 CGS (Dani García, Gerard López, Geovanni; Cihan Haspolati)
Gal 0 Bar 2 2002-09-24 CGS (Patrick Kluivert; Luis Enrique Martínez)
Bar - Ros -
Bar - Ros -
Bar 2 And 1 1989-11-01 W8F (Julio Salinas, Aitor Begiristain; Marc van der Linden)
And 2 Bar 0 1989-10-18 W8F (Milan Jankovic, Marc Degryse)
VALENCIA CF
Val 1 Bay 1 2012-11-20 CGS (Sofiane Feghouli; Thomas Müller)
Bay 2 Val 1 2012-09-19 CGS (Bastian Schweinsteiger, Toni Kroos; Nelson Haedo Valdez)
Val - Bor
Val - Bor
Val 3 Lev 1 2011-11-01 CGS (Jonas, Roberto Soldado, Adil Rami; Stefan Kiessling)
Lev 2 Val 1 2011-10-19 CGS (André Schürrle, Sydney Sam; Jonas)
Val 2 Por 1 2004-08-27 ESC (Rubén Baraja, Marco di Vaio; Ricardo Quaresma)
Val 3 Por 2 1989-11-01 U2R
Val - Ben
Val - Ben
Val 0 Lyo 2 2015-12-09 CGS (Maxwel Cornet, Alexandre Lacazette)
Lyo 0 Val 1 2015-09-29 CGS (Sofiane Feghouli)
Val 2 OMa 0 2004-05-19 UCF (Vicente Rodríguez, Miguel Ferrer Mista)
Val - OMa -
PSG 1 Val 1 2013 03 06 C8F
Val 1 PSG 2 2013 02 12 C8F
PSV 1 Val 1 2012-03-15 C8F (Ola Toivonen; Sofiane Feghouli)
Val 4 PSV 2 2012-03-08 C8F (Víctor Ruiz, Roberto Soldado 2, Pablo Piatti; Ola Toivonen, Eric Wijnaldum)
Aja 1 Val 1 2003-03-11 C2G (Petri Pasanen; Kily González)
Val 1 Aja 1 2002-11-27 C2G (Miguel Ángel Angulo; Zlatan Ibrahimovic)
Val 0 Dyn 0 2014-02-27 U16
Dyn 0 Val 2 2014-02-20 U16 (Eduardo Vargas, Domagoj Vida og)
Val 2 Oly 0 2006-11-22 CGS (Miguel Ángel Angulo, Fernando Morientes)
Oly 2 Val 4 2006-09-12 CGS (Michalis Konstantinou, Ezequiel Castillo; Fernando Morientes 3, Raúl Albiol)
Val 2 Pan 1 2001-03-13 C2G Juan Sánchez, Jocelyn Angloma; Angelos Basinas)
Pan 0 Val 0 2000-12-06 C2G
Val - Gal
Val - Gal
Ros 0 Val 4 2008-11-06 UGS (Juan Mata, Pablo Hernández, Rubén Baraja, Joaquín Sánchez)
Val 0 Ros 2 2007-11-27 CGS (Steffen Iversen)
And 1 Val 2 2004-11-24 CGS (Christian Wilhelmsson; Bernardo Corradi, Marco di Vaio)
Val 2 And 0 2004-09-14 CGS (Vicente Rodríguez, Rubén Baraja)
BAYERN MÜNCHEN
Bay 2 Bor 3 2017-04-26 NCu (Javi Martínez, Mats Hummels; Marco Reus, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Ousmane Dembelé)
Bay 4 Bor 1 2017-04-08 NLe (Franck Ribéry, Robert Lewandowski 2, Arjen Robben; Rafael Guerreiro)
Lev 0 Bay 0 2017-04-15 NLe
Bay 2 Lev 1 2016-11-26 NLe (Thiago Alcántara, Mats Hummels; Hakan Çalhanoglu)
Bay 6 Por 1 2015-04-21 CQF (Thiago Alcántara, Jerome Boateng, Robert Lewandowski 2, Thomas Müller, Xabi Alonso; Jackson Martínez)
Por 3 Bay 1 2015-04-15 CQF (Ricardo Quaresma 2, Jackson Martínez; Thiago Alcántara)
Ben 2 Bay 2 2016-04-13 CQF (Raúl Jiménez, Anderson Talisca; Arturo Vidal, Thomas Müller)
Bay 1 Ben 0 2016-04-05 CQF (Arturo Vidal)
Lyo 0 Bay 3 2010-04-27 CSF (Ivica Olic 3)
Bay 1 Lyo 0 2010-04-21 CSF (Arjen Robben)
Bay 2 OMa 0 2012-04-03 CQF (Ivica Olic 2)
OMa 0 Bay 2 2012-03-28 CQF (Mario Gómez, Arjen Robben)
Bay 2 PSG 0 2000-10-18 CGS
PSG 1 Bay 0 2000-09-26 CGS
PSV 1 Bay 2 2016-11-01 CGS (Santiago Arias; Robert Lewandoski 2)
Bay 4 PSV 1 2016-10-19 CGS (Thomas Müller, Joshua Kimmich, Robert Lewandowski, Arjen Robben; Luciano Narsingh)
Aja 2 Bay 2 2004-12-08 CGS (Tomas Galasek, Nicolae Mitea; Roy Makaay, Michael Ballack)
Bay 4 Aja 0 2004-28-09 CGS (Roy Makaay 3, Zé Roberto)
Dyn 2 Bay 0 2000-03-22 CG2 (Kakhaber Kaladze, Giorgi Demetradze)
Bay 2 Dyn 1 1999-12-07 CG2 (Carsten Jancker, Paulo Sérgio; Serhiy Rebrov)
Bay 4 Oly 0 2015-11-24 CGS (Douglas Costa, Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Müller, Kingsley Coman)
Oly 0 Bay 3 2015-09-16 CGS (Thomas Müller 2, Mario Götze)
Pan 1 Bay 2 1967-10-18 W16
Bay 5 Pan 0 1967-09-20 W16
Bay 6 Gal 0 1972-09-27 C1R
Gal 1 Bay 1 1972-09-13 C1R
Ros 1 Bay 1 2000-11-08 CGS (Ronnie Johnsen; Jens Jeremies)
Bay 3 Ros 1 2000-09-19 CGS (Carsten Jancker, Giovane Elber, Thomas Linke; Jan Derek Sorensen)
Bay 1 And 2 2008-03-12 U8F (Lúcio; Serhat Akin, Oleksandr Yakovenko)
And 0 Bay 5 2008-03-06 U8F (Hamit Altintop, Luca Toni, Lukas Podolski, Miroslav Klose, Franck Ribéry)
BORUSSIA DORTMUND
Bor 6 Lev 2 2017-03-04 NLe (Ousmane Dembelé, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 2, Christian Pulisic, André Schürrle, Rafael Guerreiro; Kevin Volland, Wendell)
Lev 2 Bor 0 2016-10-01 NLe (Admir Mehmedi, Javier Hernández)
Por 0 Bor 1 2016-02-25 E16 (Iker Casillas og)
Bor 2 Por 0 2016-02-18 E16 (Lukasz Piszczek, Marco Reus)
Dor 4 Ben 0 2017-03-08 C8F (Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 3, Christian Pulisic)
Ben 1 Dor 0 2017-02-14 C8F (Konstantinos Mitroglou)
Bor - Lyo
Bor - Lyo
OMa 1 Dor 2 2013-12-11 CGS (Souleymane Diawara; Robert Lewandowski, Kevin Grosskreutz)
Bor 3 OMa 0 2013-10-01 CGS (Robert Lewandowski 2, Marco Reus)
PSG 0 Bor 0 2010-11-04 EGS
Bor 1 PSG 1 2010-10-21 EGS
Bor 1 PSV 1 2002-10-22 CGS (Jan Koller; Arnold Bruggink)
PSV 1 Bor 3 2002-10-02 CGS (Remco van der Schaaf; Jan Koller, Tomas Rosicky, Márcio Amoroso)
Aja 1 Bor 4 2012-11-21 CGS (Danny Hoesen; Marco Reus, Mario Götze, Robert Lewandowski 2)
Bor 1 Aja 0 2012-09-18 CGS (Robert Lewandowski)
Bor 1 Dyn 0 2001-10-24 CGS (Tomas Rosicky)
Dyn 2 Bor 2 2001-09-11 CGS (Olexandr Melashchenko, Lucky Isi Idahor; Jan Koller, Márcio Amoroso)
Bor 1 Oly 0 2011-11-01 CGS (Kevin Grosskreutz)
Oly 3 Bor 1 2011-10-19 CGS (José Holebas, Rafik Djebbour, François Modesto; Robert Lewandowski)
Bor - Pan
Bor - Pan
Bor 4 Gal 1 2014-11-04 CGS ((Marco Reus, Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Ciro Immobile, Semih Kaya og; Hakan Balta)
Gal 0 Bor 4 2014-10-22 CGS (Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 2, Marco Reus, Adrián Ramos)
Bor 0 Ros 3 1999-10-19 CGS (Jan-Derek Sorensen 2, Fredrik Winsnes)
Ros 2 Bor 2 1999-09-29 CGS (Jan-Derek Sorensen; John Carew; Sergej Barbarez, Jürgen Kohler)
Bor 1 And 1 2014-12-09 CGS (Ciro Immobile; Aleksandar Mitrovic)
And 0 Bor 3 2014-10-01 CGS (Ciro Immobile, Adrián Ramos 2)
BAYER LEVERKUSEN
Lev - Por
Lev - Por
Ben 0 Lev 0 2014-12-09 CGS
Lev 3 Ben 1 2014-10-01 CGS (Stefan Kiessling, Heung-Min Son, Hakan Calhanoglu; Salvio)
Lev 2 Lyo 4 2001-10-31 CGS (Zoltan Sebescen, Dimitar Berbatov; Eric Carrière 2, Frédéric Née, Sydney Govou)
Lyo 0 Lev 1 2001-09-18 CGS (Ulf Kirsten)
Lev - OMa
Lev - OMa
PSG 2 Lev 1 2014-03-12 CQF
Lev 0 PSG 4 2014-02-14 CQF
PSV 0 Lev 0 1994-09-27 U32
Lev 5 PSV 4 1994-09-13 U32 (Ulf Kirsten 3, Thomas Dooley, Bernd Schuster; Ronaldo da Lima 3, Luc Nilis)
Lev - Aja
Lev - Aja
Lev 3 Dyn 0 2004-12-08 CGS (Juan, Andriy Voronin, Marko Babic)
Dyn 4 Lev 2 2004-09-28 CGS (Diogo Rincón 2, Florin Cernat; Andriy Voronin, Jens Nowotny)
Lev 2 Oly 0 2002-10-29 CGS (Juan, Bernd Schneider)
Oly 6 Lev 2 2002-09-18 CGS (Thomas Kleine og, Stelios Giannakopoulos, Predrag Djordjevic 3, Pär Zetterberg; Bernd Schneider 2)
Lev 1 Pan 2 1993-11-02 W8F (Ulf Kirsten; Dimitris Saravakos, Georgios Georgiadis)
Pan 1 Lev 4 1993-10-20 W8F (Krzysztóf Warzycha; Paulo Sérgio, Andreas Thom, Ulf Kirsten, Pavel Hapal)
Lev 5 Gal 1 2008-02-21 U16 (Sergej Barbarez 2, Stefan Kiessling, Karim Haggui, Bernd Schneider; Ahmed Apimah Barusso)
Gal 0 Lev 0 2008-02-13 U16
Lev 1 Ros 0 2012-12-06 EGS (Julian Riedel)
Ros 0 Lev 1 2012-10-04 EGS (Stefan Kiessling)
Lev - And
Lev - And
FC PORTO
Por 1 Ben 1 2016-11-06 NLe (Diogo Jota; Lisandro López)
Ben 1 Por 2 2016-02-12 NLe (Konstantinos Mitroglou; H Herrera, Vincent Aboubakar)
Lyo 2 Por 2 2004-04-07 CQF (Pegguy Luyindula, Giovane Elber; Maniche 2)
Por 2 Lyo 0 2004-03-23 CQF (Deco, Ricardo Carvalho)
Por 2 OMa 1 2007-11-06 GGS (Tarik Sektioui, Lisandro López; Mahamadou Niang)
OMa 1 Por 1 2007-10-24 CGS (Mahamadou Niang; Lucho González)
PSG 2 Por 1 2012 12 04 CGS
Por 1 PSG 0 2012-10-03 CGS
PSV 0 Por 1 1993-04-07 CGS (José Carlos)
Por 2 PSV 2 1992-11-25 CGS (Jaime Magalhaes, José Carlos; Romário de Souza)
Por 3 Aja 0 1998-12-09 CGS (Zlatko Zahovic 2, Ljubinko Drulovic)
Aja 2 Por 1 1998-09-20 CGS (Andrzej Rudy, Jari Litmanen; Zlatko Zahovic)
Dyn 2 Por 2 2015-09-16 CGS (Oleh Husyev, Vitaliy Buyalskiy; Vincent Aboubakar 2)
Por 0 Dyn 2 2015-11-24 CGS (Andrei Yarmolenko, Derlís González)
Oly 1 Por 0 1999-11-03 CGS (Stelios Giannakopoulos)
Por 2 Oly 0 1999-09-21 CGS (Esquerdinha, Mário Jardel)
Pan 0 Por 2 2003-03-20 UCQ (Derlei 2)
Por 0 Pan 1 2003-03-13 UCQ (Emmanuel Olisadebe)
Por - Gal -
Por - Gal -
Por 1 Ros 0 2001-10-31 CGS (Renivaldo Pena)
Ros 1 Por 2 2001-09-18 CGS (Sigurd Rushfeldt; Renivaldo Pena, Deco)
And 0 Por 0 2000-08-23 CGS
And 1 Por 0 2000-08-09 CGS (Jan Koller)
BENFICA LISBOA
Ben 4 Lyo 3 2010-11-02 GCS (Alan Kardec, Fábio Coentrao 2, Javi García; Yohan Gourcuff, Bafétimbi Gomis, Dejan Lovren)
Lyo 2 Ben 0 2010-10-20 CGS (Jimmy Briand, Lisandro López)
OMa 1 Ben 2 2010-03-18 E8F (Mahamadou Niang; Maxi Pereira, Alan Kardec)
Ben 1 OMa 1 2010-03-11 E8F (Maxi Pereira; Hatem Ben Arfa)
Ben 2 PSG 1 2013-12-10 CGS
PSG 3 Ben 0 2013-10-02 CGS
PSV 2 Ben 2 2011-04-14 EQF (Balasz Dzsudzsak, Jermain Lens; Luisao, Óscar Cardozo)
Ben 4 PSV 1 2011-04-07 EQF (Pablo Aimar, Eduardo Salvio 2, Javier Saviola; Zakaria Labyad)
Ben 0 Aja 0 1972-04-19 CSF
Aja 1 Ben 0 1972-04-05 CSF (Sjaak Swart)
Ben 1 Dyn 0 2016-11-01 CGS (Eduardo Salvio)
Dyn 0 Ben 2 2016-10-19 CGS (Eduardo Salvio, Franco Cervi)
Oly 1 Ben 0 2013-11-05 CGS (Konstantinos Manolas)
Ben 1 Oly 1 2013-10-23 CGS (Óscar Cardozo; Alejandro Domínguez)
Ben - Pan
Ben - Pan
Ben 2 Gal 1 2015-11-04 CGS (Jonas, Luisao; Lukas Podolski)
Gal 2 Ben 1 2015-10-21 CGS (Selcuk Inan, Lukas Podolski; Nicolás Gaitán)
Ros 2 Ben 1 2004-03-03 U16 (Orjan Berg, Azar Karadas; Nuno Gomes)
Ben 1 Ros 0 2004-02-26 U16 (Zlatko Zahovic)
And 2 Ben 3 2013-11-27 CGS (Chancel Mbemba Mangulu, Massimo Bruno; Nemanja Matic, Chancel Mbemba Mangulu og, Rodrigo)
Ben 2 And 0 2013-09-17 CGS (Filip Djuricic, Luisao)
OLYMPIQUE LYONNAIS
Mar 2 Lyo 1 2017-01-31 NCu (Rod Fanni, Matheus Doria; Corentin Tolisso)
Lyo 3 Mar 1 2017-01-22 NLe (Mathieu Valbuena, Alexandre Lacazette 2; Matheus Doria)
PSG 2 Lyo 1 2017-03-19 NLe (Adrien Rabiot, Julian Draxler; Alexandre Lacazette)
Lyo 1 PSG 2 2016-11-27 NLe (Mathieu Valbuena; Edinson Cavani 2)
Lyo 4 PSV 0 2006-03-28 C8F (Tiago 2, Sylvain Wiltord, Fred)
PSV 0 Lyo 1 2006-02-21 C2R (Juninho)
Lyo 3 Aja 1 2017-05-11 ESF (Alexandre Lacazette 2, Rachid Ghezzal; Kasper Dolberg)
Aja 4 Lyo 1 2017-05-03 ESF (Bertrand Traoré 2, Kasper Dolberg, Amin Younes; Mathieu Valbuena)
Lyo 1 Dyn 0 2006-11-01 CGS (Karim Benzema)
Dyn 0 Lyo 3 2006-10-17 CGS (Juninho, Kim Källström, Florent Malouda)
Oly 1 Lyo 4 2005-11-01 CGS (Tijani Babangida; Juninho, John Carew 2, Mahamadou Diarra)
Lyo 2 Oly 1 2005-10-19 CGS (Juninho, Sydney Govou; Pantelis Kafes)
Lyo - Pan -
Lyo - Pan -
Lyo - Gal -
Lyo - Gal -
Lyo 2 Ros 1 2005-12-06 CGS (Karim Benzema, Fred; Daniel Braaten)
Ros 0 Lyo 1 2005-09-28 CGS (Cris)
And 1 Lyo 3 2009-08-25 CLQ (Matías Suárez; Lisandro López 3)
Lyo 5 And 1 2009-08-19 CLQ (Miralem Pjanic, Lisandro López, Michel Bastos, Bafétimbi Gomis 2; matías Suárez)
OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE
OMa 1 PSG 5 2017-02-26 NLe (Rod Fanni; Marquinhos, Edinson Cavani, Lucas Moura, Julian Draxler, Blaise Matuidi)
PSG 0 OMa 0
OMa 3 PSV 0 2008-11-04 CGS (Arouna Koné, Mahamadou Niang 2)
PSV 2 OMa 0 2008-10-22 CGS (Danny Koevermans 2)
Aja 2 OMa 2 2009-03-18 U8F (Eyong Enoh, Hasan Sulejmani; Mahamadou Niang, Tyrone Mears)
OMa 2 Aja 1 2009-03-12 U8F (Bruno Cheyrou, Mahamadou Niang; Luis Suárez)
OMa - Dyn
OMa - Dyn
OMa 0 Oly 1 2011-11-23 CGS (Giannis Fetfatzidis)
Oly 0 OMa 1 2011-09-13 CGS (Lucho González)
OMa - Pan -
OMa - Pan -
OMa - Gal -
OMa - Gal -
OMa - Ros -
OMa - Ros -
OMa - And -
OMa - And -
PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN
PSG - PSV
PSV - PSG
PSG 3 Aja 1 2014-11-25 CGS
Aja 1 PSG 1 2014-09-17 CGS
Dyn 0 PSG 2 2012-11-21 CGS
PSG 4 Dyn 1 2012-09-18 CGS
PSG 2 Oly 1 2013 11 27 CGS
Oly 1 PSG 4 2013 09 17 CGS
PSG 4 Pan 0 2006 12 14 EGS
Pan - PSG
PSG 2 Gal 0 2001-03-13 C2G
Gal 1 PSG 0 2000-12-06 C2G
PSG 7 Ros 2 2000-10-24 CGS
Ros 3 PSG 1 2000-09-12 CGS
PSG 1 And 1 2013 11 05 CGS
And 0 PSG 5 2013 10 23 CGS
PSV EINDHOVEN
Aja 1 PSV 1 2016-12-18 NLe (Davy Klaasen, Siem de Jong)
PSV 0 Aja 2 2016-03-20 NLe (Arkadiusz Milik, Anwar El-Ghazi)
Dyn 0 PSV 1 2000-10-24 CGS (André Ooijer)
PSV 2 Dyn 1 2000-09-13 CGS (Theo Lucius, Arnold Bruggink; Maxim Shatskikh)
PSV – Oly
PSV – Oly
Pan 2 PSV 3 2014-11-06 EGS (Abdul Ajagun, Mladen Petric; Memphis Depay, Luuk de Jong, Georginio Wijnaldum)
PSV 1 Pan 1 2014-10-23 EGS (Memphis Depay; Nikos Karelis)
PSV 2 Gal 0 2006-10-31 CGS (Timmy Simons, Arouna Koné)
Gal 1 PSV 2 2006-10-18 CGS (Sasa Ilic; Jan Kromkamp, Arouna Koné)
PSV 1 Ros 0 2004-11-02 CGS (DaMarcus Beasley)
Ros 1 PSV 2 2004-10-20 CGS (Oyvind Storflor; Jefferson Farfán, John de Jong)
PSV 2 And 3 2000-11-08 CGS (Adil Ramzi 2; Bertrand Crasson, Jan Koller, Souleymane Youla)
And 1 PSV 0 2000-09-19 CGS (Didier Dheedene)
AJAX AMSTERDAM
Aja 2 Dyn 1 2010-08-25 C4Q (Luis Suárez, Mounir El Hamdaoui; Andriy Shevchenko)
Dyn 1 Aja 1 2010-08-17 C4Q (Oleh Husyev; Jan Vertonghen)
Aja 2 Oly 0 1998-11-04 CGS (Richard Witschge, Dean Gorre)
Oly 1 Aja 0 1998-10-21 CGS (Alexos Alexandris)
Aja 2 Pan 0 2016-11-24 EGS (Lasse Schöne, Kenny Tete)
Pan 1 Aja 2 2016-09-15 EGS (Marcus Berg; Bertrand Traoré, Jairo Riedewald)
Aja - Gal
Aja - Gal
Aja 1 Ros 1 2002-10-22 CGS (Zlatan Ibrahimovic; Dagfinn Enerly)
Ros 0 Aja 0 2002-10-02 CGS
Aja 2 And 0 2011-02-24 U2R (Hasan Sulejmani 2)
And 0 Aja 3 2011-02-17 U2R (Toby Alderweireld, Christian Eriksen, Mounir El Hamdaoui)
DYNAMO KYIV
Dyn 1 Oly 0 1975-10-01 C16
Dyn 2 Oly 2 1975-09-17 C16
Dyn 2 Pan 1 1998-11-25 CGS (Serhiy Rebrov, Angelos Basinas og; Andreas Lagonikakis)
Pan 2 Dyn 1 1998-09-16 CGS (Erik Mykland, Nikos Liberopoulos; Serhiy Rebrov)
Dyn - Gal -
Dyn - Gal -
Ros 1 Dyn 2 2000-03-08 C2G (Orjan Berg; Serhiy Rebrov 2)
Dyn 2 Ros 1 2000-02-29 C2G (Aliaksandr Khatskevich, Serhiy Rebrov; Jahn-Ivar Jakobsen)
And 4 Dyn 2 2000-10-18 CGS (Vladyslav Vashchuk, Tomasz Radzinski, Alin Stoica; Kakhaber Kaladze, Valentin Belkevich)
Dyn 4 And 0 2000-09-26 CGS (Andriy Husin, Maxim Shatskikh, Georgi Demetradze)
OLYMPIACOS PIREA
Pan 1 Oly 0 2017-03-19 NLe (Marcus Berg)
Oly 3 Pan 0 2016-11-06 NLe (Alberto Botía, Tarik Elyounoussi, Diogo Figueiras)
Gal 1 Oly 0 2008-10-23 UGS (Harry Kewell)
Oly 3 Gal 0 2003-11-05 CGS (Dimitrios Mavrogenidis, Nery Castillo, Giovanni)
Ros 1 Oly 1 2005-11-23 CGS (Thorstein Helstad; Rivaldo)
Oly 1 Ros 3 2005-09-13 CGS (Alejandro Lago; Per Ciljan Skjelberg, Dimitrios Mavrogenidis og, Oyvind Storflor)
Oly 1 And 2 2016-02-25 E16 (Konstantinos Fortounis; Frank Acheampong 2)
And 1 Oly 0 2016-02-18 E16 (Kara Mbodji)
PANATHINAIKOS ATHINAI
Gal 1 Pan 0 2009-12-03 ELG (Mustafa Sarp)
Pan 1 Gal 3 2009-09-17 ELG (Dimitrios Salpingidis; Elano, Milan Baros, Josu Sarriegi og)
Ros 2 Pan 2 2004-11-24 CGS (Thorstein Helstad 2; Michalis Konstantinou, Rudi Skacel)
Pan 2 Ros 1 2004-09-14 CGS (Ezequiel González; Frode Johnsen)
And 2 Pan 0 2003-02-27 U8F (Nenad Jestrovic)
Pan 3 And 0 2003-02-20 U8F (Emmanuel Olisadebe 2, Nikos Liberopoulos)
GALATASARAY ISTANBUL
Gal 3 Ros 0 1998-11-04 CGS (Hakan Sükür 2, Arif Erdem)
Ros 3 Gal 0 1998-10-21 CGS (Sigurd Rushfeldt 3)
And 2 Gal 0 2014-11-26 CGS (Chancel Mbemba 2)
Gal 1 And 1 2014-09-16 CGS (Burak Yilmaz; Dennis Praet)
ROSENBORG TRONDHEIM / ANDERLECHT BRUXELLES
Ros - And -
And - Ros -

Sunday, 26 June 2016

The 2015-16 EFCL season

The 2015-16 EFCL classification table

Pos W-D-L Points-Nation-Team

01 (29-11-10) 98 SPA Real Madrid
02 (27-16-07) 97 SPA FC Barcelona
03 (26-14-10) 92 GER Bayern München
04 (25-14-11) 89 ENG Liverpool FC
05 (24-12-14) 84 ITA Internazionale Milano
06 (22-16-12) 82 GER Borussia Dortmund
07 (22-15-13) 81 ENG Manchester United
08 (21-15-14) 78 ITA Juventus Torino
09 (18-24-08) 78 ENG Chelsea London
10 (20-15-15) 75 ENG Arsenal London
11 (17-24-09) 75 ESP Valencia CF
12 (15-20-15) 65 FRA Olympique Lyonnais
13 (13-25-12) 64 ITA AC Milan
14 (15-15-20) 60 POR FC Porto
15 (14-16-20) 58 ITA AS Roma
16 (13-18-19) 57 GER Bayer Leverkusen
17 (11-23-16) 56 NET Ajax Amsterdam
18 (13-17-21) 56 POR Benfica Lisboa
19 (12-18-20) 54 NET PSV Eindhoven
20 (13-13-24) 52 GRE Olympiacos Pirea
21 (09-22-19) 49 TUR Galatasaray Istanbul
22 (10-18-22) 48 GRE Panathinaikos Athinai
23 (11-14-25) 47 BEL Anderlecht Bruxelles
24 (06-24-20) 42 FRA Olympique Marseille
25 (09-14-27) 41 UKR Dynamo Kyiv
26 (06-22-22) 40 NOR Rosenborg Trondheim

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

The 2014-15 EFCL season

---End of season classification---

01 (28-14-08) 98 SPA FC Barcelona
02 (28-10-12) 94 SPA Real Madrid
03 (27-12-11) 93 GER Bayern München
04 (23-14-13) 83 ENG Manchester United
05 (19-25-06) 82 ENG Chelsea London
06 (23-12-15) 81 ENG Liverpool FC
07 (21-17-12) 80 ENG Arsenal London
08 (20-23-08) 80 ESP Valencia CF
09 (21-15-14) 78 ITA Internazionale Milano
10 (20-17-13) 77 GER Borussia Dortmund
11 (20-15-15) 75 ITA Juventus Torino
12 (15-26-09) 71 ITA AC Milan
13 (16-18-16) 66 GER Bayer Leverkusen
14 (15-19-16) 64 FRA Olympique Lyonnais
15 (15-17-18) 62 ITA AS Roma
16 (14-18-18) 60 POR FC Porto
17 (12-23-15) 59 NET Ajax Amsterdam
18 (14-17-19) 59 NET PSV Eindhoven
19 (13-18-19) 57 POR Benfica Lisboa
20 (13-18-19) 57 GRE Panathinaikos Athinai
21 (09-24-17) 51 TUR Galatasaray Istanbul
22 (12-13-25) 49 GRE Olympiacos Pirea
23 (06-21-21) 42 FRA Olympique Marseille
24 (08-16-26) 40 UKR Dynamo Kyiv
25 (06-21-23) 39 NOR Rosenborg Trondheim
26 (08-14-28) 38 BEL Anderlecht Bruxelles

-----Game 77-----

Incoming game: 2015-06-06 CLF - Barcelona 3 Juventus 1
(Ivan Rakitic, Luis Suárez, Neymar da Silva)

Remaining game: 2003-04-22 CQF - Barcelona 1 Juventus 2
(Xavi Hernández; Pavel Nedved, Marcelo Zalayeta)

Outgoing game: 2003-04-09 CQF - Juventus 1 Barcelona 1
(Paolo Montero; Javier Saviola)

-----Game 76-----

Incoming game: 2015-05-17 NLe - Manchester United 1 Arsenal 1
(Ander Herrera; Tyler Blackett og)

Remaining game: 2015-03-09 NCu - Manchester United 1 Arsenal 2
(Wayne Rooney; Nacho Monreal, Danny Welbeck)

Outgoing game: 2014-11-22 NLe - Arsenal 1 Manchester United 2
(Olivier Giroud; Kieran Gibbs og, Wayne Rooney)

-----Game 75-----

Incoming game: 2015-05-16 NLe - Inter 1 Juventus 2
(Mauro Icardi; Claudio Marchisio, Álvaro Morata)

Remaining game: 2015-01-06 NLe - Inter 1 Juventus 1
(Carlos Tévez; Mauro Icardi)

Outgoing game: 2014-09-14 NLe - Inter 1 Juventus 1
(Mauro Icardi; Arturo Vidal)

-----Game 74-----

Incoming game: 2015-05-13 CSF - Real Madrid 1 Juventus 1
(Cristiano Ronaldo; Álvaro Morata)

Remaining game: 2015-05-05 CSF - Juventus 2 Real Madrid 1
(Álvaro Morata, Carlos Tévez; Cristiano Ronaldo)

Outgoing game: 2013-11-05 CGS - Juventus 2 Real Madrid 2
(Arturo Vidal, Fernando Llorente; Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale)

-----Game 73-----

Incoming game: 2015-05-12 CSF - Bayern 3 Barcelona 2
(Mehdi Benatia, Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Müller; Neymar 2)

Remaining game: 2015-05-06 CSF - Barcelona 3 Bayern 0
(Lionel Messi 2, Neymar)

Outgoing game: 2013-05-01 CSF - Barcelona 0 Bayern 3
(Arjen Robben, Gerard Piqué og, Thomas Müller)

-----Game 72-----

Incoming game: 2015-05-10 NLe - Chelsea 1 Liverpool 1
(John Terry; Steven Gerrard)

Remaining game: 2015-01-27 NLC - Chelsea 1 Liverpool 0
(Branislav Ivanovic)

Outgoing game: 2015-01-20 NLC - Liverpool 1 Chelsea 1
(Raheem Sterling, Eden Hazard)

-----Game 71-----

Incoming game: 2015-05-09 NLe - Milan 2 Roma 1
(Marco van Ginkel, Mattia Destro; Francesco Totti)

Remaining game: 2014-12-20 NLe - Rom 0 Mil 0

Outgoing game: 2014-04-25 NLe - Rom 2 Mil 0
(Miralem Pjanic, Gervinho)

-----Game 70-----

Incoming game: 2015-05-09 NLe - Real Madrid 2 Valencia 2
(Pepe, Isco; Francisco Alcácer, Javier Fuego)

Remaining game: 2015-01-04 NLe - Valencia 2 Real Madrid 1
(Antonio Barragán, Nicolás Otamendi; Cristiano Ronaldo)

Outgoing game: 2014-05-04 NLe - Real Madrid 2 Valencia 2
(Sergio Ramos, Cristiano Ronaldo; Jeremy Mathieu, Daniel Parejo)

-----Game 69-----

Incoming game: 2015-05-06 CSF - Barcelona 3 Bayern 0
(Lionel Messi 2, Neymar)

Remaining game: 2013-05-01 CSF - Barcelona 0 Bayern 3
(Arjen Robben, Gerard Piqué og, Thomas Müller)

Outgoing game: 2013-04-23 CSF - Bayern 4 Barcelona 0
(Thomas Müller 2, Mario Gómez, Arjen Robben)


-----Game 68-----

Incoming game: 2015-05-05 CSF - Juventus 2 Real Madrid 1
(Álvaro Morata, Carlos Tévez; Cristiano Ronaldo)

Remaining game: 2013-11-05 CGS - Juventus 2 Real Madrid 2
(Arturo Vidal, Fernando Llorente; Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale)

Outgoing game: 2013-10-23 CGS - Real Madrid 2 Juventus 1
(Cristiano Ronaldo 2; Fernando Llorente)

-----Game 67-----

Incoming game: 2015-05-02 NLe - Leverkusen 2 Bayern 0
(Hakan Calhanoglu, Julian Brandt)

Remaining game: 2015-04-08 NCu - Leverkusen 0 Bayern 0

Outgoing game: 2014-12-06 NLe - Bayern 1 Leverkusen 0
(Franck Ribéry)

-----Game 66-----

Incoming game: 2015-04-28 NCu - Bayern 1 Dortmund 1
(Robert Lewandowski; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang)

Remaining game: 2015-04-04 NLe - Dortmund 0 Bayern 1
(Robert Lewandowski)

Outgoing game: 2014-11-01 NLe - Bayern 2 Dortmund 1
(Robert Lewandowski, Arjen Robben; Marco Reus)

-----Game 65-----

Incoming game: 2015-04-26 NLe - Benfica 0 Porto 0

Remaining game: 2014-12-14 NLe - Porto 0 Benfica 2
(Lima)

Outgoing game: 2014-05-10 NLe - Porto 2 Benfica 1
(Ricardo Pereira, Jackson Martínez; Enzo Pérez)

-----Game 64-----

Incoming game: 2015-04-26 NLe - Arsenal 0 Chelsea 0

Remaining game: 2014-10-05 NLe - Chelsea 2 Arsenal 0
(Eden Hazard, Diego Costa)

Outgoing game: 2014-03-22 NLe - Chelsea 6 Arsenal 0
(Samuel Eto'o, Andre Schürrle, Eden Hazard, Óscar 2, Mohamed Salah)

-----Game 63-----

Incoming game: 2015-04-25 NLe - Inter 2 Roma 1
(Hernanes, Mauro Icardi; Radja Nainggolan)

Remaining game: 2014-11-30 NLe - Roma 4 Inter 2
(Gervinho, José Holebas, Miralem Pjanic 2; Andrea Ranocchia, Pablo Osvaldo)

Outgoing game: Rom 0 Int 0 2014-03-01 NLe

-----Game 62-----

Incoming game: 2015-04-21 CQF - Bayern 6 Porto 1
(Thiago Alcántara, Jerome Boateng, Robert Lewandowski 2, Thomas Müller, Xabi Alonso; Jackson Martínez)

Remaining game: 2015-04-15 CQF - Porto 3 Bayern 1
(Ricardo Quaresma 2, Jackson Martínez; Thiago Alcántara)

Outgoing game: 2000-04-19 CQF - Bayern 2 Porto 1
(Paulo Sérgio, Thomas Linke; Mário Jardel)

-----Game 61-----

Incoming game: 2015-04-19 NLe - Inter 0 Milan 0

Remaining game: 2014-11-23 NLe - Mil 1 Int 1
(Jeremy Menez; Joel Obi)

Outgoing game: 2014-05-04 NLe - Milan 1 Inter 0
(Nigel de Jong)

-----Game 60-----

Incoming game: 2015-04-18 NLe - Chelsea 1 Manchester United 0
(Eden Hazard)

Remaining game: 2014-10-25 NLe - Manchester United 1 Chelsea 1
(Robin van Persie; Didier Drogba)

Outgoing game: 2014-01-19 NLe - Chelsea 3 Manchester United 1
(Samuel Eto'o 3; Javier Hernández)

-----Game 59-----

Incoming game: 2015-04-18 NLe - Barcelona 2 Valencia 0
(Luis Suárez, Lionel Messi)

Remaining game: 2014-11-30 NLe - Valencia 0 Barcelona 1
(Sergio Busquets)

Outgoing game: 2014-02-01 NLe - Barcelona 2 Valencia 3
(Alexis Sánchez, Lionel Messi; Pablo Piatti, Daniel Parejo, Francisco Alcácer)

-----Game 58-----

Incoming game: 2015-04-15 CQF - Porto 3 Bayern 1
(Ricardo Quaresma 2, Jackson Martínez; Thiago Alcántara)

Remaining game: 2000-04-19 CQF - Bayern 2 Porto 1
(Paulo Sérgio, Thomas Linke; Mário Jardel)

Outgoing game: 2000-04-04 CQF - Porto 1 Bayern 1
(Mário Jardel; Paulo Sérgio)

-----Game 57-----

Incoming game: 2015-04-08 NCu - Leverkusen 0 Bayern 0

Remaining game: 2014-12-06 NLe - Bayern 1 Leverkusen 0
(Franck Ribéry)

Outgoing game: 2014-03-15 NLe - Bayern 2 Leverkusen 1
(Mario Mandzukic, Bastian Schweinsteiger; Stefan Kiessling)

-----Games 55, 56-----

Incoming game: 2015-04-04 NLe - Arsenal 4 Liverpool 1
(Héctor Bellerín, Mesut Özil, Alexis Sánchez, Olivier Giroud; Jordan Henderson)

Remaining game: 2014-12-21 NLe - Liverpool 2 Arsenal 2
(Philippe Coutinho, Martin Skrtel; Mathieu Debuchy, Olivier Giroud)

Outgoing game: 2014-02-16 NCu - Arsenal 2 Liverpool 1
(Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Lukas Podolski; Steven Gerrard)

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Incoming game: 2015-04-04 NLe - Dortmund 0 Bayern 1
(Robert Lewandowksi)

Remaining game: 2014-11-01 NLe - Bayern 2 Dortmund 1
(Robert Lewandowski, Arjen Robben; Marco Reus)

Outgoing game: 2014-08-13 NSC - Dortmund 2 Bayern 0
(Henrik Mkhitaryan, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang)

-----Games 53, 54-----

Incoming game: 2015-03-22 NLe - Liverpool 1 Manchester United 2
(Daniel Sturridge; Juan Mata 2)

Remaining game: 2014-12-14 NLe - Manchester United 3 Liverpool 0
(Wayne Rooney, Juan Mata, Robin van Persie)

Outgoing game: 2014-03-16 NLe - Manchester United 0 Liverpool 3
(Steven Gerrard 2, Luis Suárez)

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Incoming game: 2015-03-22 NLe - Barcelona 2 Real Madrid 1
(Jérémy Mathieu, Luis Suárez; Cristiano Ronaldo)

Remaining game: 2014-10-25 NLe - Real Madrid 3 Barcelona 1
(Cristiano Ronaldo, Pepe, Karim Benzema; Neymar)

Outgoing game: 2014-04-16 NCF - Real Madrid 2 Barcelona 1
(Ángel Di María, Gareth Bale; Marc Bartra)

-----Game 52-----

Incoming game: 2015-03-18 C2R - Dortmund 0 Juventus 3
(Carlos Tévez 2, Álvaro Morata)

Remaining game: 2015-02-24 C2R - Juventus 2 Dortmund 1
(Carlos Tévez, Álvaro Morata; Marco Reus)

Outgoing game: 1997-05-28 CLF- Dortmund 3 Juventus 1
(Karl-Heinz Riedle 2, Lars Ricken; Alessandro del Piero)

-----Game 51-----

Incoming game: 2015-03-15 NLe - Marseille 0 Lyon 0

Remaining game: 2014-10-26 NLe - Lyon 1 Marseille 0
(Yoann Gourcuff)

Outgoing game: 2014-05-04 NLe - Marseille 4 Lyon 2
(Souleymane Diawara, Florian Thauvin, André-Pierre Gignac 2; Arnold Mvuemba, Bafétimbi Gomis)

-----Game 50-----

Incoming game: 2015-03-09 NCu - Manchester United 1 Arsenal 2
(Wayne Rooney; Nacho Monreal, Danny Welbeck)

Remaining game: 2014-11-22 NLe -Arsenal 1 Manchester United 2
(Olivier Giroud; Kieran Gibbs og, Wayne Rooney)

Outgoing game: 2014-02-12 NLe - Arsenal 0 Manchester United 0

-----Game 49-----

Incoming game: 2015-03-02 NLe - Roma 1 Juventus 1
(Seydou Keita; Carlos Tévez)

Remaining game: 2014-10-05 NLe - Juventus 3 Roma 2
(Carlos Tévez 2, Leonardo Bonucci; Francesco Totti, Juan Manuel Iturbe)

Outgoing game: 2014-05-11 NLe - Roma 0 Juventus 1
(Pablo Osvaldo)

-----Game 48-----

Incoming game: 2015-02-28 NLe - PSV 1 Ajax 3
(Luuk de Jong; Ricardo Kishna, Lasse Schöne, Anwar El-Ghazi)

Remaining game: 2014-08-24 NLe - Ajax 1 PSV 3
(Anwar El-Ghazi; Memphis Depay, Luciano Narsingh, Florian Jozefzoon)

Outgoing game: 2014-01-19 NLe - Ajax 1 PSV 0
(Kolbein Sigthorsson)

-----Game 47-----

Incoming game: 2015-02-24 C2R - Juventus 2 Dortmund 1
(Carlos Tévez, Álvaro Morata; Marco Reus)

Remaining game: 1997-05-28 CLF - Dortmund 3 Juv 1
(Karl-Heinz Riedle 2, Lars Ricken; Alessandro del Piero)

Outgoing game: 1995-11-22 CGS - Juventus 1 Dortmund 2
(Alessandro del Piero; Michael Zorc, Lars Ricken)

-----Game 46-----

Incoming game: 2015-02-22 NLe - Panathinaikos 2 Olympiacos 1
(Arthur Masuaku og, Mladen Petric; Alejandro Domínguez)

Remaining game: 2014-03-02 NLe - Olympiacos 0 Panathinaikos 3
(Danijel Pranjic, Marcus Berg, Mehdi Abeid)

Outgoing game: 2013-11-02 NLe - Panathinaikos 0 Olympiacos 1
(Konstantinos Mitroglou)

-----Game 45-----

Incoming game: 2015-02-07 NLe - Juventus 3 Milan 1
(Carlos Tévez, Leonardo Bonucci, Álvaro Morata; Luca Antonelli)

Remaining game: Milan 0 Juventus 1 2014-09-20 NLe (Carlos Tévez)

-----Game 44-----

Incoming game: 2015-02-01 NLe - Leverkusen 0 Dortmund 0

Remaining game: 2014-08-23 NLe - Dortmund 0 Leverkusen 2
(Karim Bellarabi, Stefan Kiessling)

Outgoing game: 2014-04-26 NLe - Leverkusen 2 Dortmund 2
(Lars Bender, Gonzalo Castro; Oliver Kirch, Marco Reus)

-----Game 43-----

Incoming game: 2015-01-27 NLC - Chelsea 1 Liverpool 0
(Branislav Ivanovic)

Remaining game: 2015-01-20 NLC - Liverpool 1 Chelsea 1
(Raheem Sterling; Eden Hazard)

Outgoing game: 2014-11-08 NLe - Liverpool 1 Chelsea 2
(Emre Can, Gary Cahill, Diego Costa)

-----Game 42-----

Incoming game: 2015-01-20 NLC - Liverpool 1 Chelsea 1
(Raheem Sterling; Eden Hazard)

Remaining game: 2014-11-08 NLe - Liverpool 1 Chelsea 2
(Emre Can, Gary Cahill, Diego Costa)

Outgoing game: 2014-04-27 NLe - Liverpool 0 Chelsea 2
(Demba Ba, Willian)

-----Game 41-----

Incoming game: 2015-01-06 NLe Juventus 1 Inter 1
(Carlos Tévez; Mauro Icardi)

Remaining game: 2014-09-14 - Inter 1 Juventus 1 NLe
(Mauro Icardi; Arturo Vidal)

Outgoing game: 2014-03-31 NLe - Inter 1 Juventus 2
(Rodrigo Palacio; Fabio Quagliarella, Alessandro Matri)

-----Game 40-----

Incoming game: 2015-01-04 NLe - Valencia 2 Real Madrid 1
(Antonio Barragán, Nicolás Otamendi; Cristiano Ronaldo)

Remaining game: 2014-05-04 NLe - Real Madrid 2 Valencia 2
(Sergio Ramos, Cristiano Ronaldo; Jeremy Mathieu, Daniel Parejo)

Outgoing game: 2013-12-22 NLe - Valencia 2 Real Madrid 3
(Pablo Piatti, Jérémy Mathieu; Ángel Di María, Cristiano Ronaldo, Jesé Rodríguez)

The first EFCL-eligible match of 2015 brings a change at the top. With this defeat, Real lose 3 points in the table, going down to 100, relinquishing first place to Bayern's tally of 101.

-----Game 39-----

Incoming game: 2014-12-21 NLe - Liverpool 2 Arsenal 2
(Philippe Coutinho, Martin Skrtel; Mathieu Debuchy, Olivier Giroud)

Remaining game: 2014-02-16 NCu - Arsenal 2 Liverpool 1
(Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Lukas Podolski; Steven Gerrard)

Outgoing game: 2014-02-08 NLe - Liverpool 5 Arsenal 1
(Martin Skrtel 2, Raheem Sterling 2, Daniel Sturridge; Mikel Arteta)

-----Game 38-----

Incoming game: 2014-12-20 NLe - Roma 0 Milan 0

Remaining game: 2014-04-25 NLe - Roma 2 Milan 0
(Miralem Pjanic, Gervinho)

Outgoing game: 2013-12-16 NLe - Milan 2 Roma 2
(Cristián Zapata, Sulley Muntari; Mattia Destro, Kevin Strootman)

-----Games 36, 37-----

Incoming game: 2014-12-14 NLe - Manchester United 3 Liverpool 0
(Wayne Rooney, Juan Mata, Robin van Persie)

Remaining game: 2014-03-16 NLe - Manchester United 0 Liverpool 3
(Steven Gerrard 2, Luis Suárez)

Outgoing game: 2013-09-25 LCu - Manchester United 1 Liverpool 0
(Javier Hernández)

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Incoming game: 2014-12-14 NLe - Porto 0 Benfica 2
(Lima)

Remaining game: 2014-05-10 NLe - Porto 2 Benfica 1
(Ricardo Pereira, Jackson Martínez; Enzo Pérez)

Por 0 Ben 0 2014-04-27 NLC

-----Games 33, 34, 35-----

Incoming game: 2014-12-09 CGS - Benfica 0 Leverkusen 0

Remaining game: 2014-10-01 CGS - Leverkusen 3 Benfica 1
(Stefan Kiessling, Heung-Min Son, Hakan Calhanoglu; Salvio)

Outging game: 2013-02-21 E16 - Benfica 2 Leverkusen 1
(Ola John, Nemanja Matic; André Schürrle)

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Incoming game: 2014-12-09 CGS - Dortmund 1 Anderlecht 1
(Ciro Immobile; Aleksandar Mitrovic)

Remaining game: 2014-10-01 CGS - Anderlecht 0 Dortmund 3
(Ciro Immobile, Adrián Ramos 2)

Outgoing game: 1990-12-12 U8F - Dortmund 2 Anderlecht 1

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Incoming game: 2014-12-09 CGS - Galatasaray 1 Arsenal 4
(Wesley Sneijder; Lukas Podolski 2, Aaron Ramsey 2)

Remaining game: 2014-10-01 CGS - Arsenal 4 Galatasaray 1
(Danny Welbeck 3, Alexis Sánchez; Burak Yilmaz)

Outgoing game: 2000-05-17 UCF - Arsenal 0 Galatasaray 0

-----Game 32-----

Incoming game: 2014-12-06 NLe - Bayern 1 Leverkusen 0
(Franck Ribéry)

Remaining game: 2014-03-15 NLe - Bayern 2 Leverkusen 1
(Mario Mandzukic, Bastian Schweinsteiger; Stefan Kiessling)

Outgoing game: 2013-10-05 NLe - Leverkusen 1 Bayern 1
(Sidney Sam; Toni Kroos)

-----Games 30, 31-----

Incoming game: 2014-11-30 NLe - Roma 4 Inter 2
(Gervinho, José Holebas, Miralem Pjanic 2; Andrea Ranocchia, Pablo Osvaldo)

Remaing game: 2014-03-01 NLe - Roma 0 Inter 0

Outgoing game: 2013-10-05 NLe Inter 0 Roma 3
(Francesco Totti 2, Alessandro Florenzi)

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Incoming game: 2014-11-30 NLe - Valencia 0 Barcelona 1
(Sergio Busquets)

Remaining game: 2014-02-01 NLe - Barcelona 2 Valencia 3
(Alexis Sánchez, Lionel Messi; Pablo Piatti, Daniel Parejo, Francisco Alcacer)

Outgoing game: 2013-09-01 NLe - Valencia 2 Barcelona 3
(Hélder Postiga 2; Lionel Messi 3)

-----Game 29-----

Incoming game: 2014-11-23 NLe - Milan 1 Inter 1
(Jeremy Ménez; Joel Obi)

Remaining game: 2014-05-04 NLe - Milan 1 Inter 0
(Nigel de Jong)

Outgoing game: 2013-12-22 NLe - Inter 1 Milan 0
(Rodrigo Palacio)

-----Game 28-----

Incoming game: 2014-11-22 NLe - Arsenal 1 Manchester United 2
(Olivier Giroud; Kieran Gibbs og, Wayne Rooney)

Remaining game: 2014-02-12 NLe - Arsenal 0 Manchester United 0

Outgoing game: 2013-11-09 NLe - Manchester United 1 Arsenal 0
(Robin van Persie)

-----Game 27-----

Incoming game: 2014-11-08 NLe - Liverpool 1 Chelsea 2
(Emre Can; Gary Cahill, Diego Costa)

Remaining game: 2014-04-27 NLe - Liverpool 0 Chelsea 2
(Demba Ba, Willian)

Outgoing game: 2013-12-29 NLe - Chelsea 2 Liverpool 1
(Eden Hazard, Samuel Eto’o; Martin Skrtel)

-----Game 26-----

Incoming game: 2014-11-06 EGS - Panathinaikos 2 PSV 3
(Abdul Ajagun, Mladen Petric; Memphis Depay, Luuk de Jong, Georginio Wijnaldum)

Remaining game: 2014-10-23 EGS - PSV 1 Panathinaikos 1
(Memphis Depay; Nikos Karelis)

Outgoing game: 2004-12-07 CGS - Panathinaikos 4 PSV 1
(Dimitris Papadopoulos, Marcus Münch, Lucian Sanmartean; DaMarcus Beasley)

-----Games 24, 25-----

Incoming game: 2014-11-05 CGS - Bayern 2 Roma 0
(Franck Ribéry, Mario Götze)

Remaining game: 2014-10-21 CGS - Roma 1 Bayern 7
(Gervinho, Arjen Robben 2, Mario Götze, Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Müller, Franck Ribéry, Xherdan Shaqiri)

Outgoing game: 2010 11 24 CGS - Roma 3 Bayern 2
(Francesco Totti, Daniele de Rossi, Marco Borriello; Mario Gómez 2)

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Incoming game: 2014-11-05 CGS - Ajax 0 Barcelona 2
(Lionel Messi 2)

Remaining game: 2014-10-21 CGS - Barcelona 3 Ajax 1
(Neymar, Lionel Messi, Sandro Ramírez; Anwar El-Ghazi)

Outgoing game: 2013-11-26 CGS - Ajax 2 Barcelona 1
(Thulani Serero, Danny Hoesen; Xavi Hernández)

After the 4th matchday of the Champions League, Real Madrid and Bayern pull further away from the rest of the pack. Real reach 103 points after completing a double over Liverpool, while Bayern to the same over Roma, and have now 99 points. Barcelona are third on 87 points, also having achieved a double over Ajax. At the bottom of the table, a valuable point at Arsenal take Anderlecht out of last place.

-----Games 20, 21, 22, 23-----

Incoming game: 2014-11-04 CGS - Juventus 3 Olympiacos 2
(Andrea Pirlo, Roberto og, Paul Pogba; Alberto Botía, Delvin Ndinga)

Remaining game: 2014-10-22 CGS - Olympiacos 1 Juventus 0
(Pajtim Kasami)

Outgoing game: 2003-12-10 CGS - Juventus 7 Olympiacos 0
(David Trezeguet 2, Fabrizio Miccoli, Enzo Maresca, Marco di Vaio, Alessandro del Piero, Marcelo Zalayeta)

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Incoming game: 2014-11-04 CGS - Real Madrid 1 Liverpool 0
(Karim Benzema)

Remaining game: 2014-10-22 CGS - Liverpool 0 Real Madrid 3
(Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema 2)

Outgoing game: 2009-03-10 C8F - Liverpool 4 Real Madrid 0
(Fernando Torres, Steven Gerrard, Ryan Babel, Andrea Dossena)

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Incoming game: 2014-11-04 CGS - Arsenal 3 Anderlecht 3
(Mikel Arteta, Alexis Sánchez, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain; Anthony Vanden Borre 2, Aleksandar Mitrovic)

Remaining game: 2014-10-22 CGS - Anderlecht 1 Arsenal 2
(Andy Najar; Kieran Gibbs, Lukas Podolski)

Outgoing game: 1970-04-28 FCF - Arsenal 3 Anderlecht 0
(Eddie Kelly, John Radford, Jon Sammels)

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Incoming game: 2014-11-04 CGS - Dortmund 4 Galatasaray 1
(Marco Reus, Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Ciro Immobile, Semih Kaya og; Hakan Balta)

Remaining game: 2014-10-22 CGS - Galatasaray 0 Dortmund 4
(Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 2, Marco Reus, Adrián Ramos)

Outgoing game: 2000-03-09 U8F - Galatasaray 0 Dortmund 0

-----Game 19-----

Incoming game: 2014-11-01 NLe - Bayern 2 Dortmund 1
(Robert Lewandowski, Arjen Robben; Marco Reus)

Remaining game: 2014-08-13 NSC - Dortmund 2 Bayern 0
(Henrik Mkhitaryan, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang)

Outgoing game: 2014-05-17 NCu - Bayern 2 Dortmund 0
(Arjen Robben, Thomas Müller)

-----Games 17, 18-----

Incoming game: 2014-10-26 NLe - Manchester United 1 Chelsea 1
(Robin van Persie; Didier Drogba)

Remaining game: 2014-01-19 NLe - Chelsea 3 Manchester United 1
(Samuel Eto'o 3; Javier Hernández)

Outgoing game: 2013-08-26 NLe - Chelsea 0 Manchester United 0

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Incoming game: 2014-10-26 NLe - Lyon 1 Marseille 0
(Yoann Gourcuff)

Remaining game: 2014-05-04 NLe - Marseille 4 Lyon 2
(Souleymane Diawara, Florian Thauvin, André-Pierre Gignac 2; Arnold Mvuemba, Bafétimbi Gomis)

Outgoing game: 2014-01-15 NLC - Lyon 2 Marseille 1
(Yoann Gourcuff, Bafétimbi Gomis; André-Pierre Gignac)

-----Game 16-----

Incoming game: 2014-10-25 NLe - Real Madrid 3 Barcelona 1
(Cristiano Ronaldo, Pepe, Karim Benzema; Neymar)

Remaining game: 2014-04-16 NCF - Real Madrid 2 Barcelona 1
(Ángel Di María, Gareth Bale; Marc Bartra)

Outgoing game: 2014-03-23 NLe - Real Madrid 3 Barcelona 4
(Karim Benzema 2, Cristiano Ronaldo; Andrés Iniesta, Lionel Messi 3)

With this victory, Real Madrid extend their lead at the top of the EFCL to four points over Bayern and reach 100 points. Barcelona go down to fifth, below Chelsea.

-----Game 15-----

Incoming game: 2014-10-23 EGS - PSV 1 Panathinaikos 1
(Memphis Depay; Nikos Karelis)

Remainin game: 2004-12-07 CGS - Panathinaikos 4 PSV 1
(Dimitris Papadopoulos, Marcus Münch, Lucian Sanmartean; DaMarcus Beasley)

Outgoing game: 2004-09-29 CGS - PSV 1 Panathinaikos 0
(Jan Venegoor of Hesselink)

It's always nice when the Europa League provides some EFCL-eligible results, and in this case Panathinaikos, with their away draw, overtake PSV for 19th place in the table.

-----Games 11, 12, 13, 14-----

Incoming game: 2014-10-22 CGS - Olympiacos 1 Juventus 0
(Pajtim Kasami)

Remaining game: 2003-12-10 CGS - Juventus 7 Olympiacos 0
(David Trezeguet 2, Fabrizio Miccoli, Enzo Maresca, Marco di Vaio, Alessandro del Piero, Marcelo Zalayeta)

Outgoimg game: 2003-09-30 CGS - Olympiacos 1 Juventus 2
(Ieroklis Stoltidis; Pavel Nedved 2)

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Incoming game: 2014-10-22 CGS - Liverpool 0 Real Madrid 3
(Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema 2)

Remaining game: 2009-03-10 C8F - Liverpool 4 Real Madrid 0
(Fernando Torres, Steven Gerrard, Ryan Babel, Andrea Dossena)


Outgoing game: 2009-02-25 C8F - Real Madrid 0 Liverpool 1
(Yossi Benayoun)

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Incoming game: 2014-10-22 CGS - Anderlecht 1 Arsenal 2
(Andy Najar; Kieran Gibbs, Lukas Podolski)

Remaining game: 1970-04-28 FCF - Arsenal 3 Anderlecht 0
(Eddie Kelly, John Radford, Jon Sammels)

Outgoing game: 1970-04-22 FCF - Anderlecht 3 Arsenal 1
(Johan Devrint, Jan Mulder; Ray Kennedy)

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Incoming game: 2014-10-22 CGS - Galatasaray 0 Dortmund 4
(Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 2, Marco Reus, Adrián Ramos)

Remaining game: 2000-03-09 U8F - Galatasaray 0 Dortmund 0


Outgoing game: 2000-03-02 U8F - Dortmund 0 Galatasaray 2
(Hakan Sükür, Gheorghe Hagi)

A very busy night in the EFCL today, with four Champions League matches, all of them 6-point reversals. In Greece, Juve lose their 2003 double over Olympiacos, in Spain Real Madrid score their first ever goals and their first ever victory over Liverpool after three defeats in three, in Belgium Arsenal win with two goals in the last five minutes to avenge a 1970 defeat, and in Turkey Dortmund put Galatasaray to the sword 14 years later. The most important consequence of all these results is that we have a new leader, European Champions Real Madrid, on 97 points, one ahead of dethroned Bayern. At the opposite end of the table, we also have a new table-propper, Anderlecht, and everyone else involved tonight lose or gain a place in the EFCL classification. Night like these are why we have this blog... and the reverse fixtures could be as dramatic in a fortnight.

-----Games 9, 10-----

Incoming game: 2014-10-21 CGS - Roma 1 Bayern 7
(Gervinho; Arjen Robben 2, Mario Götze, Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Müller, Franck Ribéry, Xherdan Shaqiri)

Remaining game: 2010-11-24 CGS - Roma 3 Bayern 2
(Francesco Totti, Daniele de Rossi, Marco Borriello; Mario Gómez 2)


Outgoing game: 2010-09-15 CGS - Bayern 2 Roma 0
(Thomas Müller, Miroslav Klose)

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Incoming game: 2014-10-21 CGS - Barcelona 3 Ajax 1
(Neymar, Lionel Messi, Sandro Ramírez; Anwar El-Ghazi)

Remaining game: 2013-11-26 CGS - Ajax 2 Barcelona 1
(Thulani Serero, Danny Hoesen; Xavi Hernández)


Outgoing game: 2013-09-18 CGS - Barcelona 4 Ajax 0
(Lionel Messi 3, Gerard Piqué)

On the same year that Germany beat Brazil 1-7 in the World Cup, several of the same German players beat Roma by the same result in the Champions League. In Spain, after going for so long without meeting, Barça and Ajax share a group for the second year running. Both victories for Bayern and Barcelona come in for previous wins, so everything remains as it is.

-----Games 7, 8-----

Incoming game: 2014-10-05 NLe - Chelsea 2 Arsenal 0
(Eden Hazard, Diego Costa)

Remaining game: 2014-03-22 NLe - Chelsea 6 Arsenal 0
(Samuel Eto'o, Andre Schürrle, Eden Hazard, Óscar 2, Mohamed Salah)

Outgoing game: 2013-12-23 NLe - Arsenal 0 Chelsea 0

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Incoming game: 2014-10-05 NLe - Juventus 3 Roma 2
(Carlos Tévez 2, Leonardo Bonucci; Francesco Totti, Juan Manuel Iturbe)

Remaining game: 2014-05-11 NLe - Roma 0 Juventus 1
(Pablo Osvaldo)

Outgoing game: 2014-01-21 NCu - Roma 1 Juventus 0
(Gervinho)

Chelsea achieve a double over Arsenal and retain their remarkable record of having lost only six games in 50 EFCL-eligible current games, although their high number of drawn or not played matches (23) keeps the Blues still in 5th place in the table, while Arsenal go down to 11th. Roma and Juventus play their third game this calendar year, and the bianconeri also achieve a double over the giallorossi. This defeat means that Roma go from being the best Italian team in the table to third below Juve and Milan.

-----Game 6-----

Incoming game: 2014-09-20 NLe - Milan 0 Juventus 1
(Carlos Tévez)

Remaining game: 2014-03-02 NLe - Milan 0 Juventus 2
(Fernando Llorente, Carlos Tévez)

Outgoing game: 2013-10-06 NLe - Juventus 3 Milan 2
(Andrea Pirlo, Sabastian Giovinco, Giorgio Chiellini; Sulley Muntari 2)

Juve's stranglehold over Milan continues with yet another victory for the bianconeri. However, both teams remain tied for 12th spot in the EFCL table on 69 points.

-----Games 4, 5-----

Incoming game: 2014-09-16 CGS - Galatasaray 1 Anderlecht 1
(Burak Yilmaz, Dennis Praet)

Remaining game: 1976-11-03 W8F - Galatasaray 1 Anderlecht 5

Outgoing game: 1976-10-20 W8F - Anderlecht 5 Galatasaray 1

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Incoming game: 2014-09-16 CGS - Dortmund 2 Arsenal 0
(Henrik Mkhitaryan, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang)

Remaining game: 2013-11-06 CGS - Dortmund 0 Arsenal 1
(Aaron Ramsey)

Outgoing game: 2013-10-22 CGS - Arsenal 1 Dortmund 2
(Olivier Giroud; Henrik Mkhitaryan, Robert Lewandowski)

As many as ten EFCL clubs are absent from this year's Champions League (among them Manchester United, Milan, Inter, PSV, etc), so the number of possible EFCL games this season diminishes. Among the matchday 1 games in the Champions League, only these two were EFCL-eligible. It's the third game in four EFCL matches so far to feature Borussia Dortmund. As far as Anderlecht are concerned, their results v Galatasaray are so good (two 5-1 victories) that they will surely miss them. For starters, their fist win turns into a draw, which puts the Belgian side in the EFCL bottom three, while Gala remain 20th.

-----Game 3-----

Incoming game: 2014-08-24 NLe - Ajax 1 PSV 3
(Anwar El Ghazi; Memphis Depay, Luciano Narsingh, Florian Jozefzoon)

Remaining game: 2014-01-19 NLe - Ajax 1 PSV 0
(Kolbein Sigthorsson)

Outgoing game: 2013-09-22 NLe - PSV 4 Ajax 0
(Tim Matavz, Jetro Willems, Oscar Hiljemark, Ji-sung Park)

Third game of the EFCL season, and still no movement in the league table. PSV beat Ajax, just like they did back in September, so everything remains as it is.

-----Game 2-----

Incoming game: 2014-08-23 NLe - Dortmund 0 Leverkusen 2
(Karim Bellarabi, Stefan Kiessling)

Remaining game: 2014-04-26 NLe - Leverkusen 2 Dortmund 2
(Lars Bender, Gonzalo Castro; Oliver Kirch, Marco Reus)

Outgoing game: 2013-12-08 NLe - Dortmund 0 Leverkusen 1
(Son Heung-Min)

Second game of the EFCL season and second game featuring Borussia Dortmund. As they did last year, they won the German Supercup against Bayern and lost to Leverkusen in the league at home. Dortmund remain 8th on 79 points and Bayer Leverkusen joint 17th on 59.

-----Game 1-----

Incoming game: 2014-08-13 NSC - Dortmund 2 Bayern 0
(Henrik Mkhitaryan, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang)

Remaining game: 2014-05-17 NCu - Bayern 2 Dortmund 0
(Arjen Robben, Thomas Müller)

Outgoing game: 2014-04-12 NLe - Bayern 0 Dortmund 3
(Henrik Mkhitaryan, Marco Reus, Jonas Hoffman)

The 2014-15 season starts with the same match that opened and closed 2013-14: a Bayern v Dortmund fixture. Dortmund win the German Supercup, but this victory comes in to substitute for another Schwarzgelb win from back in February, so everything remains the same, with Bayern at the top of the EFCL on 96 points and Dortmund 8th on 79.