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Juventus different to 2015, Allegri warns Real Madrid

Juventus different to 2015, Allegri warns Real Madrid

Who do you want to win the Champions League, HollywoodLifers? A European title is the one of the few major prizes to elude the Italian in an illustrious career that has seen him lose two Champions League finals . Once again their former player, Alvaro Morata, scored for Juventus and this goal was protected till the end of the game. "I have the Real Madrid DNA, that's for sure".



Juve must be "fiendish" to beat Real, says Allegri

Alessandro Del Piero recalls his UCL final defeats with Juventus and explains why it was weird to play Italian rival Milan. I play freely. I play on the wing, down the middle. For me personally, getting to the final is a great joy. At the heart of that Juventus defense is a guy looking to become the oldest Champions League victor: 39-year-old goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon .



Rain rescues Australia against NZ as match abandoned

New Zealand will always miss the bullying brilliance of the retired Brendon McCullum first up, but Ronchi's was a puckish turn. Finch, at the other end, is the glue that's holding this innings together, and thanks to a big partnership from these two, which also sees the opener get to his hundred, and along with a bit if help from Travis Head and Chris Lynn, Australia reach 328.


Carroll says Kaepernick a starter, just not with Seahawks

Carroll says Kaepernick a starter, just not with Seahawks

He said the "doors are always open" for bringing in Kaepernick at a later date. The 29-year-old has been a free agent since opting out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers at the start of the new National Football League year. This locker room is in great shape. "Individually, I treat those guys as well as I can to what they need and how it fits them". He previously led the 49ers to a Super Bowl back in 2013, a loss to the Baltimore Ravens .



Kevin Durant Willing to Take Less Than Max Deal

The Cleveland Cavaliers were completely outclassed in a 22-point rout that wouldn't have been that close if not for 15 missed layups from the Dubs in the first half. A battle of the greats - the greatest player ( LeBron James ) versus the greatest team (the Golden State Warriors ). "Don't get in that trap bro", Curry said.