Manchester City midfielder James Milner was tackled by children from a school in Manchester on and off the pitch as he joined them for a kick about.
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Fernandinho claims playing in an empty stadium in Moscow is of no benefit to Manchester City's Champions League quest.
No fans will be present as the Khimki Arena on Tuesday as City take on CSKA Moscow in a crucial Champions League Group E game.
CSKA have been ordered to play their next three European home matches behind closed doors as punishment for the racist behaviour of their fans.
The Russian side will therefore not have a partisan home crowd to motivate them but Fernandinho disagrees with suggestions that is to City's advantage.
I don't think it will be an advantage for us. It is always good when you play away because the fans support their team and it gives you more motivation to play well.
I don't think this is good for either team or for football.
There are some anecdotal reports of City fans planning to watch from a neighbouring high-rise building, but the English champions will have to go it alone.
Luke Shaw has vowed to improve and admitted he is yet to hit top form at Manchester United.
The £27million defender knows he has struggled to adapt since his summer move from Southampton.
And the 19-year-old, who played in United's 2-2 draw at West Brom on Monday, has given an honest assessment of his start at Old Trafford.
Shaw, who played for England in this summer's World Cup, also dropped back to the Under-21s this month to help them qualify for Euro 2015.
They haven't seen the best of me yet. I know I haven't been up to my full potential and I think maybe people can see that at the moment. I am trying hard and it's about getting used to everything.
When you come to a club like this it's never easy for a young player like me. But I'll get myself started soon and put in good performances.
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Gareth Bale has been left out of Real Madrid's squad for Wednesday's Champions League clash against Liverpool as the Wales international battles a muscle injury.
Bale was unlikely to feature at Anfield after Madrid announced on Monday that the forward was suffering from a gluteal injury, and on Tuesday the world's most expensive player was a confirmed absentee from Carlo Ancelotti's 20-man squad for the trip to Anfield.
The 25-year-old was an unused substitute in Saturday's Primera Division win over Levante on his return from international duty, having played the full 90 minutes in both of Wales' Euro 2016 qualifiers against Bosnia-Herzegovina and Cyprus.
Madrid, the reigning European champions, will be defending their 100 per cent record in Champions League Group B at Liverpool, who have won one and lost one so far.
Manchester United manager says Monday night's 2-2 draw with West Brom was "two points lost" for his side.
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