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Gündoğan on going home with Manchester City

On growing up in Gelsenkirchen …

I grew up in Gelsenkirchen-Hessler, where we lived in a flat on the ground floor. We had two doors and behind the back door was the backyard, where there were around 20 or 25 garages. My brother and other friends used these garage doors as goals and played football there, until it got so intense that garage doors got broken. My father then had to replace the garage doors. He was mad at us and screamed at us out the window, but we didn’t really listen to him and kept playing. We had a lot of fun, come rain or shine. We don’t have many other things except football in the Ruhr area and football is part of our lives.

On Schalke …

Watch sensational Sané goal for Schalke

The first two games I saw were FC Schalke 04 games. My past is more centred around Borussia Dortmund, because I played for the club for five years, but of course I also look at the Bundesliga league table and I follow the Schalke results because my team-mate Leroy [Sané] used to play for them. The derby matches between Borussia Dortmund and FC Schalke 04 are very special. I was lucky that I had many successful derby matches with Dortmund. Those duels are always very close and the players play hard.

On going home with City …

Gündoğan: My perfect number 10

The last time I was in Gelsenkirchen was certainly a good few months ago. I still have all sorts of family there, I still have my best friends there and I still love going there. I lived there until I was 18, so my connection to the city is obviously extremely strong. I now have the opportunity to fly to Gelsenkirchen with Man. City and play football. Who would have thought that? You move out of the Ruhr region, into the big wide world of football, to England and the Premier League, and then come back home in the Champions League to play football.

We are clear favourites in this tie and rightly so. However, every team in the last 16 has earned the right to be there. Because of that, we’ll respect our opponents and prepare for it as if it’s a final because it’s the knockout phase and every mistake can be severely punished.

Gündoğan shone with Schalke's rivals Dortmund

Gündoğan shone with Schalke’s rivals Dortmund©UEFA.com

On City’s UEFA Champions League ambitions …

We’ve experienced a lot in the Champions League in recent years – not all of it positive, of course. We should’ve won it at least once.

Every club, every team, every single player would like to lift this trophy some time. The competition to win it is so big year in, year out, so your chances are not that good, but there’s a team that wins it every year. If you want to be in the international elite, as a club and as a player, you need to clinch this trophy. If we were to win it someday, the club would enter a new era – the same level as Real [Madrid], Barça, Bayern or Juventus. Our job is to try to give it our all to make that a reality.

Article source: https://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/news/newsid=2591795.html?rss=2591795+Gündoğan+on+going+home+with+Manchester+City


Spain take first title: Women’s Futsal EURO at a glance

  • Spain win first edition of UEFA Women’s Futsal EURO
  • They defeat hosts Portugal in Gondomar final
  • Russia pip Ukraine for bronze on penalties
  • Vanessa Sotelo named player of tournament
  • Click on match links to watch highlights
Final highlights: Spain 4-0 Portugal

Final
Spain 4-0 Portugal

Third-place match
Russia 2-2 Ukraine (3-2pens)

Semi-finals
Russia 0-5 Spain
Ukraine 1-5 Portugal

Vanessa Sotelo receives her award from Ricardinho

Vanessa Sotelo receives her award from Ricardinho©Sportsfile

Player of the tournament: Vanessa Sotelo (Spain)

Top scorers (finals)
Amelia Romero (Spain) 3
Fifó (Portugal) 2
Janice Silva (Portugal) 2
Vanessa Sotelo (Spain) 2

Top scorers (season)
Vanessa Sotelo (Spain) 10
Anastasia Linnik (Belarus) 7
Anastasia Popova (Belarus) 7
Susan Varli (Sweden) 7


Spain v Portugal in Sunday’s final: full guide

The first UEFA Women’s Futsal EURO final tournament ends on Sunday with Spain and Portugal head to head for gold.

SUNDAY’S ACTION

2018 men's final: Portugal pip Spain

Third-place play-off: Russia v Ukraine (17:00CET/16:00 local)
Final: Spain v Portugal (19:30CET/18:30 local)

FINAL: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • These teams have met 26 times, Spain winning 14 to Portugal’s 5, and leading 86-54 in goals

  • They last met in January in Spain: the home team won the first friendly 4-3 before Portugal prevailed 2-1

  • Their men’s teams met in the UEFA Futsal EURO 2018 final last February, Portugal winning 3-2 after extra time for their first title
  • Spain and Portugal met in Gondomar in the men’s UEFA Futsal EURO 2007 semi-finals: the hosts went 2-0 up but were pegged back to 2-2 and Spain won on penalties
Highlights: Russia 0-5 Spain

Highlights: Ukraine 1-5 Portugal

  • Spain won the men’s EURO in 1996 (unofficial non-championship tournament), 2001, 2005, 2007, 2010 (beating Portugal in the final), 2012 and 2016. Portugal’s 2018 triumph was their first, in their second final after 2010.

Coaches’ thoughts …

Claudia Pons, Spain coach
“We’ve played Portugal many times but a final is a final. Whoever makes fewer mistakes will win, and they are very strong opponents so we will need to be at our best to win the trophy.”

Luís Conceição, Portugal coach
“I expect a very well-balanced match. Spain have a similar style to us and have played that can make the difference, just like Portugal.”

FRIDAY’S SEMI-FINALS

Russia 0-5 Spain

  • Spain dominated throughout and after two goals late in the first half never looked back.

Ukraine 1-5 Portugal

  • Ukraine equalised early in the second half but the hosts then set out on a surge as 18-year-old Fifó scored two and made one.

WHERE TO WATCH

See all the territories where the matches will be on television: in all other places, there will be a free stream on UEFA.tv.

TICKETS

Cost: €1 (max 2 per person)
Available daily from Pavilhão Multiusos de Gondomar (09.30–12.30 14:00–17:30)

FREE DOWNLOAD: PROGRAMME

The official tournament programme has a full guide to the finals and all four teams plus interviews with the likes of Ricardinho and Verónica Boquete, is out now and available to download for free.

THE REFEREES

Raquel González Ruano (Spain)
Chiara Perona (Italy)
Irina Velikanova (Russia)
Fatma Özlem Tursun (Turkey)
Gelareh Nazemideylami (Iran)
Zari Fathi (Iran)

THE REGULATIONS

Download the official competition regulations


Jürgen Klopp v Bayern: five memorable meetings

Their UEFA Champions League round of 16 tie is the clubs’ first competitive meeting since 2001, but Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp has faced Bayern frequently enough during that hiatus – 29 times, in fact (W9 D4 L16).

Indeed, apart from Carlo Ancelotti, whose Napoli side Liverpool eliminated in December, Klopp has pitted his wits against every permanent Bayern coach this century, with Niko Kovač next in line.

Klopp celebrates Liverpool's progression to the round of 16

Klopp celebrates Liverpool’s progression to the round of 16©Getty Images

“It’s a really nice trip for all our supporters, it’s a wonderful city,” Klopp said after the draw, albeit he has not always enjoyed his encounters with Germany’s record champions.

UEFA.com recalls five of those meetings.

Watch: Bayern 2-1 Dortmund

25 May 2013: Dortmund 1-2 Bayern, UEFA Champions League final

Klopp told The Guardian last year that he has never watched this game back: “It was too painful.” The Wembley showpiece was Dortmund’s first UEFA Champions League final since lifting the trophy in 1997 and Bayern’s third in four seasons.

If experience weighed in Bayern’s favour, so too pre-match form: Dortmund had not beaten the Bavarians in four matches (D2 L2) coming into the final, a run stretching more than a year. True to form, Mario Mandžukić opened the scoring, yet İlkay Gündoğan swiftly equalised from the spot.

As extra time loomed, Bayern struck again, Arjen Robben poking past Roman Weidenfeller from close range. That the Dutchman was on target likely came as little surprise to the BVB faithful – Robben has scored more goals against Klopp’s sides (nine) than any other Bayern player.

Klopp gets his hands on the German Cup in 2012

Klopp gets his hands on the German Cup in 2012©Getty Images

12 May 2012: Dortmund 5-2 Bayern, German Cup final

Just over a year earlier, Klopp had been celebrating German Cup glory – probably the apotheosis of his freewheeling Dortmund side. Shinji Kagawa broke the deadlock, but Robben – who else? – quickly replied.

Springing into attack at every possible opportunity, BVB then raced into a 4-1 lead and though Franck Ribéry pulled one back, Robert Lewandowski completed a hat-trick to seal a stunning triumph.

The victory secured Dortmund’s first (to date, only) domestic double and also marked Bayern’s heaviest defeat in a final. “The double … It’s the most incredible thing that’s ever happened to me,” said Klopp.

26 February 2011: Bayern 1-3 Dortmund, German Bundesliga

This triumph ended a long wait for Dortmund, winless in Munich in 18 previous attempts. They finally managed it in February 2011, and in so doing took a major step towards the first of two league titles under Klopp.

An average age of 22.3 made it the then-youngest team BVB had ever deployed for a Bundesliga fixture, but two of the three scorers – Nuri Şahin, whose stunning long-range effort stole the headlines, and Mats Hummels – were Klopp stalwarts.

As would happen 12 months later, Borussia’s hard-running, high-pressing style and youthful verve proved too much for Bayern, who were nearing the end of Louis van Gaal’s tenure.

Arjen Robben has scored nine goals against Klopp's sides – more than any other Bayern player

Arjen Robben has scored nine goals against Klopp’s sides – more than any other Bayern player©Getty Images

12 September 2009: Dortmund 1-5 Bayern, German Bundesliga

Prior to those successes, Klopp had endured a long winless streak against Bayern – 11 games (D2 L9) with Mainz and Dortmund – with this loss the penultimate one in that sequence.

If Robben has often been Klopp’s bête noire, then Thomas Müller is not far behind: the forward has netted five times against Klopp teams, his first two Bundesliga goals coming as a substitute in this victory.

Two other current Bayern players struck that day in Dortmund. Hummels gave BVB the advantage after a bright start, while Ribéry was on target in the second half as Germany’s record champions ran rampant.

24 January 2006: Bayern 3-2 Mainz, German Cup quarter-finals

A narrow reverse for Klopp, and perhaps also an indicator – in just his fourth managerial assignment against Bayern – that the Swabian could prove a thorn in the Bavarians’ side.

Unfancied Mainz took the German Cup holders into extra time before succumbing to a 3-2 defeat, Klopp employing the 4-3-3 system he has come to favour with Liverpool, with two wide forwards – Michael Thurk and Mohamed Zidan – flanking a lone striker in front of three hard-working midfielders.

Indeed, Mainz displayed the hallmarks that have come to define Klopp’s current outfit: “Klopp’s side swarmed everywhere with at least four men attacking like lightning after regaining possession,” read kicker‘s match report.

Article source: https://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/news/newsid=2589473.html?rss=2589473+Jürgen+Klopp+v+Bayern:+five+memorable+meetings


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