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Champions League. The final. "Juventus" - "Real". Announcement

Another Juventus supporter carried a banner with the slogan "Santo Gigi" above a photo of goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon who , at 39, could become the oldest player to win the European Cup. A 2006 World Cup victor with Italy, for whom he remains first-choice keeper, Juve's grand old man Buffon craves a Champions League medal to add to his glittering array of silverware after twice suffering heartache in the final.



Champions Trophy: India hold edge over Pakistan, admits Afridi

Bopanna was an all-rounder who liked to open the batting in his home city of Bangalore. Missing the services of explosive opener Sharjeel Khan, who is now facing a tribunal for spot-fixing and could face a life ban if found guilty, and Umar Akmal, booted out of the squad and sent home for failing two fitness tests; Pakistan will depend heavily on veteran Shoaib Malik and all-rounder Imad Wasim.


Buffon eyes Champions League final 'fairytale' with Juventus

Buffon eyes Champions League final 'fairytale' with Juventus

The club is also craving another European title. While Real madrid are gunning for their 12th title, Juve are hoping to increase their tally which and for Buffon an excellent opportunity to enjoy the glory. This is the only trophy that has eluded the superhero of Juventus' resurrection; Gianluigi Buffon . The Italian has won everything there is to win in club and worldwide football, with the exception of a European Cup.


Hoffman scores tiebreaker as Senators force Game 7

Hoffman scores tiebreaker as Senators force Game 7

Ottawa Senators defenseman Fredrik Claesson (33) collides with Pittsburgh Penguins right wing Josh Archibald (45) during the third period of game six of the Eastern Conference final in the NHL Stanley Cup hockey playoffs in Ottawa on Tuesday, May 23, 2017.


Thursday at the Indy 500: Fernando Alonso, Media Day, Vegas picks

Thursday at the Indy 500: Fernando Alonso, Media Day, Vegas picks

Andretti's son, Marco, thrived despite taking on extra coaching duties this May. After all, for more than a decade, Servia was the only Spaniard in the Indy 500. You need to keep improvising. "It's being patient with the process". By the time practice resumed Monday, some around the 2.5-mile oval were poking fun at the incident.