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Frenkie de Jong on Ajax v Juventus

Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong could yet join Barcelona this summer as a European champion, the Amsterdam club in sight of the UEFA Champions League final as they prepare to take on Juventus in the quarter-finals.


The 21-year-old started his career at Willem II, moving to Ajax in 2015 at the age of 18. He spoke to about his journey to the Johan Cruijff ArenA and how it feels to be compared to the club’s most famous son.

On Ajax’s road to the quarter-finals …

Highlights: Real Madrid 1-4 Ajax

It has been great for us so far. We played three preliminary [qualifying and play-off] rounds of course. We won them all, and that was also our goal. Then we got to the group stage, in which we showed what we are made of. We made it to the quarter-finals, and the highlight of it all was doing that by eliminating Real Madrid. We really showed everyone what we can do, and hopefully we can show that again against Juventus.

How do we feel? Really motivated, just like the other teams in the quarter-finals. We are of course the new kids on the block. But I think we showed everyone that we are playing at the same level as the other teams, and hopefully against Juventus we can show everyone that we are just as good as them or even better.

On his footballing upbringing …

De Jong with Willem II in 2015

De Jong with Willem II in 2015©Getty Images

Ajax stand for good football, well played out from the defence towards the goal, creativity, audacity. I had an excellent education at Willem II and enjoyed playing there. People there helped me to develop, and the same goes for Ajax. You are free to play and they correct you whenever necessary. But I think you should be able to show your creativity because that is one of the greatest qualities of Dutch football.

I have always given a lot for my football, but also missed out on a lot. But that was never difficult for me, because football is the best thing there is as far as I am concerned and I’ve enjoyed doing it since I was little. Football plays a really big role in my life because it makes me happy.

I always thought [Lionel] Messi was the best player. As a young player I was more of a No10 who played right behind the strikers. A bit lazy, with lots of possession. Now I am more of a holding player who does most work in the build-up phase.

On being compared to Johan Cruyff …

Johan Cruyff: A legend remembered

[People compared us] because we have a similar way of walking or running. It’s all a bit out of context. I don’t think they really compare me to how good he was or how good I can become, or what my influence is, because he is much greater than I am or ever will become. I would never want to compare myself to Cruyff.

My strongest points? It’s difficult to say, but I am someone who always wants to have the ball and who prefers to play with the ball at his feet.

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Frankfurt one game from Europa League unbeaten record

If Eintracht Frankfurt avoid defeat at Benfica on 11 April they will equal Atlético Madrid’s record 15-game unbeaten streak in the UEFA Europa League.


Frankfurt have won eight and drawn their other two matches in the competition this season, adding to a four-game undefeated run at the end of their last appearance in the competition, in 2013/14 (when they fell on away goals in the round of 32 after drawing 2-2 at Porto and 3-3 in the home return).

Frankfurt knock out Inter

That sequence is one match short of the UEFA Europa League best, set by Atlético and sandwiching their 2012 final triumph. Even if Eintracht miss out, Chelsea could equal the record in the quarter-finals, as their run stands at 13, including the semis and final of their 2013 success, and their nine wins and a draw this season.

Atlético's 2012 glory

Longest unbeaten runs in UEFA Europa League (since 2009/10, group stage to final)

15 Atlético Madrid (3 November 2011–25 October 2012)
14 Eintracht Frankfurt (28 November 2013–)
13= Chelsea (25 April 2013–)
13= Salzburg (3 November 2016–15 March 2018)
12= Juventus (16 September 2010–10 April 2014)
12= Liverpool (17 September 2015–14 April 2016)
12= Villarreal (1 October 2015–28 April 2016)

Should Chelsea, Frankfurt or Villarreal (five wins, five draws this term) finish the Baku final with no defeats, they will be the first team to end a 15-match UEFA Europa League campaign without a loss. That would emulate Espanyol’s achievement in the 2006/07 UEFA Cup, as statistically Espanyol’s penalties loss to Sevilla in the final counts as a draw over 120 minutes.

One record has already gone this season. When Zenit slumped 3-1 against Villarreal in the round of 16, it ended the Russian club’s streak of 23 UEFA Europa League home games without defeat. Benfica have now equalled second-placed Sporting CP’s run of 20, and could make it to 22 by this season’s climax.

Longest home unbeaten runs in UEFA Europa League

23 Zenit (30 September 2010–21 February 2019)
Benfica (17 September 2009–)
Sporting CP (1 October 2009–26 February 2015)

Longest away unbeaten runs in UEFA Europa League

11= Fiorentina (3 October 2013–16 April 2015)
11= Lazio (3 October 2013–19 October 2017)

Longest unbeaten runs in UEFA Champions League (since 1992/93, group stage to final)

25 Manchester United (19 September 2007–5 May 2009)
19= Ajax (14 September 1994–20 March 1996)
19= Bayern München (14 March 2001–2 April 2002)
16= Barcelona (8 March 2011–3 April 2012)
16= Manchester United (4 March 1998–29 September 1999)
16= Manchester United (23 October 2001–23 October 2002)

1995: Ajax win UEFA Champions League

Longest unbeaten runs in all UEFA European club competitions

21 Ajax (14 September 1994–3 April 1996)
19 Salzburg (3 November 2016–5 April 2018)
18= Ajax (18 September 1991–3 March 1993)
18= Juventus (29 July 2010–2 April 2013)
18= Lazio (17 September 1998–29 February 2000)
17= Borussia Mönchengladbach (2 October 1974–15 September 1977)
17= Borussia Mönchengladbach (13 September 1978–12 December 1979

(stats include UEFA Champions League/European Cup, UEFA Europa League/UEFA Cup, European/UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, UEFA Super Cup, UEFA Intertoto Cup)

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Sadio Mané on Liverpool power and Porto threat

Sadio Mané hit a hat-trick when Liverpool took on Porto in last season’s UEFA Champions League round of 16, but is trying hard not to take too much comfort from that as the teams meet again in this month’s quarter-finals.

The Senegalese forward also scored in last season’s decider, but ended up on the losing side. Could he go one better in the 2019 decider in Madrid?

On scoring a hat-trick against Porto in 2017/18 …

2018 highlights: Porto 0-5 Liverpool

It was a great moment and one of my greatest nights as a footballer. Playing in the Champions League is an outstanding feeling; playing a part in it and having the opportunity to score a hat-trick therefore meant a lot to me and I truly was delighted. Happy for the team too, as we ended up winning the game. The third one was my favourite, obviously. We played as a team and we were strong on every level, both offensively and defensively.

On his Champions League journey …

2005 highlights: The miracle of Istanbul

I would watch Champions League ties when I was younger; back then, my ultimate dream was to play in the Champions League one day, so it’s fair to say it’s a dream come true. I watched the 2005 final with a friend who was an AC Milan fan, and at 3-0 up, my friend kept telling me: “It’s over, we’re going to win.” Sadly for him, they ended up losing, but it truly was incredible. And here I am today, playing for Liverpool.

I’m enjoying every moment of it. I’m trying to give everything I’ve got so I can lift the trophy one day. The dream of any footballer is to improve year on year. This is a great period for me and I’m very happy because I’m helping the team. I think I need to never let my guard down because my dream is to improve every season.

On reaching the 2018 final …

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It really was a fantastic experience. As I said before, playing in a Champions League final was a dream for me. Sadly for us, we were up against a great [Real] Madrid side. They deserved to win, so good for them. We have another chance this year, so we’ll try to end up lifting the trophy.

I was happy to score the equaliser, but when you don’t win the final the feeling is different. We really wanted to win. It was a bad experience for us. However, it was positive for all of us because it was the first time playing in the final. So it will help us in the future and during this season. It made us want it more.

On this season’s campaign …

Mané takes no comfort from his treble in Porto

Mané takes no comfort from his treble in Porto©AFP/Getty Images

As a football player, you have to stand up to the pressure. You have to try and savour the moment. We are doing well in the competition and in the [Premier] League, so we just need to savour these moments and enjoy them. That’s it. We have to be really focused and motivated to achieve these goals.

We have good memories of beating [Porto] by a large margin. That was last year. They will be more motivated. That’s normal. One of the greatest mistakes we could make would be to rely on what happened last year. Last year is in the past, so we will try to forget that. They will really want to win. They have an objective just like we do. Let the best team win.

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All-English ties

Tottenham v Manchester City

Tottenham: Lloris; Trippier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies; Sissoko, Alli; Eriksen, Son, Rose; Kane
Out: Dier (groin), Lamela (hamstring)
Doubtful: Aurier (hamstring), Llorente (concussion)
Misses next match if booked: Alderweireld, Lamela, Son

Manchester City: Ederson; Danilo, Laporte, Otamendi, Mendy; De Bruyne, Fernandinho, Gündoğan; Bernardo Silva, Jesus, Sterling
Out: Bravo (Achilles), Zinchenko (thigh)
Doubtful: Agüero (muscular), Delph (unknown), Walker (hamstring)
Misses next match if booked: Agüero, Otamendi

Great quarter-final goals

Liverpool v Porto

Liverpool: Allison; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk; Milner, Fabinho, Henderson, Keita; Salah, Firmino, Mane
Out: Gomez (leg), Oxlade-Chamberlain (muscular), Robertson (suspended)
Doubtful: Lallana (muscular)
Misses next match if booked: none

Porto: Casillas; Maxi, Felipe, Militão, Alex Telles; Danilo, Otávio, Corona; Brahimi, Marega, Soares
Out: Herrera (suspended), Pepe (suspended)
Doubtful: Alex Telles (hip)
Misses next match if booked: Danilo, Militão, Otávio


Manchester United's 1998/99 road to glory

Manchester United v Barcelona

Manchester United: De Gea; Young, Smalling, Lindelöf, Shaw; Matić, Herrera; Pogba, Rashford, Lingard; Martial
Out: Bailly (concussion), Darmian (unknown), Sánchez (knee), Valencia (fitness)
Doubtful: Herrera (unknown), Rashford (ankle)
Misses next match if booked: Herrera, Matić, Shaw, Valencia, Young

Barcelona: Ter Stegen: Semedo, Piqué, Lenglet, Alba; Vidal, Arthur, Busquets, Rakitić: Messi, Suárez
Out: Rafinha (knee)
Doubtful: Dembélé (hamstring)
Misses next match if booked: Semedo

Juve v Ajax: previous meetings

Ajax v Juventus

Ajax: Onana; Tagliafico, Blind, De Ligt, Veltman; De Jong, Van de Beek, Schöne; Neres, Tadić, Ziyech
Out: Bandé (calf), Mazraoui (suspended)
Misses next match if booked: Blind, De Ligt, Tagliafico, Van de Beek, Ziyech

Juventus: Szczęsny; Cancelo, Bonucci, Chiellini, Alex Sandro; Khedira, Pjanić, Matuidi; Bernardeschi; Mandžukić, Ronaldo
Out: Barzagli (calf), Cáceres (thigh)
Doubtful: Can (ankle), Douglas Costa (thigh), Perin (shoulder), Ronaldo (thigh)
Misses next match if booked: Bernardeschi, Matuidi

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