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Monaco's shock Champions League victory at Arsenal on Wednesday has been given a royal seal of approval.
Prince Albert II of Monaco, who was in north London to witness the principality club's 3-1 triumph, was surprised and thrilled by the result.
"It's a historic night. Everything went wonderfully. We saw a very determined, well-organised AS Monaco side," he told the Ligue 1 club's website.
"I never thought that one day I'd see the scoreboard at the Emirates Stadium read 3-1 to AS Monaco. It's the kind of game that gives you hope for the end of the season and for the future."
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Did Luis Suarez have a little nibble on Man City defender Martín Demichelis' hand during last night's Champions League encounter?
Watch the former Liverpool man, now playing for Barcelona, run alongside Demichelis on the edge of the area in the video above, where he appears to move his mouth in the direction of the Argentine's hand.
The Urguguayan was handed a four month ban from football after biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini during last summer's World Cup, and has been also caught up in biting controversies during his time at Liverpool and Ajax.
Watch a zoomed in version of last night's incident below.
If this photo if anything to go by then scarves are compulsory for supporters of Juventus.
The Italian champions beat Dortmund 2-1 in Italy last night in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 meeting.
Two first-half goals by former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez gave Barcelona a 2-1 win at Manchester City in their Champions League Round of 16 first-leg tie.
Sergio Aguero pulled a goal back for the Premier League champions in the second half, before his team-mate Gael Clichy was sent off for a second yellow card offence.
Watch highlights and post-match reaction on our Champions League site.
Frank Lampard believes Man City should be a little disappointed with their Champions League performances in recent years, but he's backed the "forward thinking" club for European glory sooner rather than later.
Lampard made the controversial loan move to Man City from New York earlier this season after leaving Chelsea last summer when he wasn't offered a new contract.
The former England international is now ready to help City achieve their own Champions League dreams having lifted the trophy with Chelsea in 2012.
I think maybe Man City would be disappointed in recent years where they have got to the Champions League but for me it is coming, it’s a club that is forward thinking so I think that in England we should be proud that we have got teams that are always getting to these later stages of the Champions League and I think that Manchester City can.
I can feel it in the club and we are certainly aware about what a big game it is that it’s a situation where we want to take it on and we want to show that you can get past Barcelona and try and advance all the way to the final.
Frank Lampard was speaking on behalf of the Bobby Moore Fund to celebrate the inclusion of England's greatest ever captain in EA SPORTS FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Legends exclusively on Xbox. Donate at http://bobbymoorefund.cancerresearchuk.org
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Chelsea drew 1-1 against Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of their Champions League Round of 16 tie at the Parc des Princes.
Branislav Ivanovic put Chelsea 1-0 ahead with a header in the first half, before PSG hit back through striker Edinson Cavani.
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