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Gung-ho Zidane needs to tinker with Real Madrid formation to play it safe

Real Madrid were held to a 2-2 draw against Borussia Dortmund, while Juventus ran riot in a 4-0 win in Zagreb.

Three consecutive draws -- against Villarreal, Las Palmas and Borussia Dortmund -- have prompted a section of the Spanish media to declare Real Madrid in a state of pre-crisis.

It's hardly reason to believe in a jinx, but the last time the Madridistas tied three matches in a row, in 2006 against Barcelona, Real Sociedad and Getafe, they ended up 12 points behind the Azulgrana in La Liga, and were eliminated in the semifinals of the Copa del Rey, as well as in the last 16 round of the Champions League...

 By Mark Lovell

Brilliant Neuer fails to stop Bayern Munich from 1-0 loss to Atleti Madrid

Craig Burley and Steve Nicol explain how Atletico Madrid are constantly able to down the big boys of European football.

A below-par Bayern Munich slipped to their first defeat of the season, going down 1-0 away to Atletico Madrid in the Champions League -- the same margin as the semifinal first leg loss five months ago. Yannick Carrasco's strike after 35 minutes proved the difference and the Rojiblancos could even afford the luxury of Antoine Griezmann's late missed penalty.

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The German champions are left with a mountain to climb to top the group, but as skipper Philipp Lahm said, "it's doesn't matter,...

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Man City draw with Celtic reveals task at hand for Pep Guardiola in Europe

Pep Guardiola's men had to battle back on several occasions to fight off a resilient Celtic and were held to a 3-3 draw.
Following a draw with Celtic, the guys debate whether Pep Guardiola was too focused on their approaching Tottenham contest.

For Manchester City, the aim of hiring Pep Guardiola was to establish a European superpower, an institution on the level of his two previous clubs, Barcelona and Bayern Munich. To achieve that, City must win the Champions League -- and probably more than once.

Guardiola is in Manchester for three years, a non-negotiable length of tenure he considers the optimum for a manager with any one club. He has spoken of his regret about staying for four at Barcelona. In Glasgow for his second UCL outing with...

Mesut Ozil could leave Arsenal for dream return to Real Madrid

Arsenal impressed in the Champions League on Wednesday, but they face a tricky task of keeping talisman Mesut Ozil at the Emirates.

The transfer window might be shut, but don't think the wheeling and dealing won't continue!

Free transfers can still be submitted to the FAs, plus there's January to start thinking about. As always, you can see all the latest deals here.

Top Story: Ozil still dreaming of Real?

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is on the record that contract talks between the club and Mesut Ozil are set to begin. But German outlet Bild says not so fast, Arsene.

Ozil apparently has two prerequisites before...

 By Simon Curtis

Sterling menaces Celtic defence as Man City fight back for 3-3 draw

Pep Guardiola's men had to battle back on several occasions to fight off a resilient Celtic and were held to a 3-3 draw.
Following a draw with Celtic, the guys debate whether Pep Guardiola was too focused on their approaching Tottenham contest.

Pep Guardiola's fine start as Manchester City manager hit a noisy barrier at Celtic Park, where a limited home side ran their socks off to hold City to a 3-3 draw in Group C action in the Champions League on Wednesday. Celtic became the first team not to lose against Guardiola's Man City side. City, showing character to come back three times to equalise, were harried out of their stride and ended up chasing the three points to no avail. However, an away draw in Europe is never a bad result, unless...

Carrasco fires Atletico Madrid past Bayern to take control of UCL Group D

Atletico have now won 26 of their last 31 European home matches, as Yannick Carrasco's strike downed Bayern Munich 1-0.
Craig Burley and Steve Nicol explain how Atletico Madrid are constantly able to down the big boys of European football.

Atletico Madrid produced a vintage European display to down Bayern Munich 1-0 and took control of Group D in the process. Diego Simeone set up his side to sit back, soak up pressure and hit the Bavarians on the break, and it worked to a tee. Yannick Carrasco's wonderful effort proved the difference between the sides, but Antoine Griezmann missed a penalty and Fernando Torres had one of those nights in front of goal meaning it could, perhaps should, have been more.

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