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Roma shock Barcelona, Ronaldo saves Real Madrid and the best

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Roma shock Barcelona, Ronaldo saves Real Madrid and the best of the week in soccer

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sbo666 1. Miracle at the Olimpico
Raise your hand if you predicted this one.

The least unlikely all of the possible comebacks, at least in the eyes of 99 percent of the soccer world, took place on Tuesday, to the shock of even the most optimistic of fans.

Roma overcame a 4-1 first leg result to upset Barcelona, 3-0, at a red-hot Stadio Olimpico, and advance to its first semifinal in 24 years, one of the biggest upsets in recent Champions League memory.

2. Bitter end
For those Madrid fans who celebrated and jeered their rivals’ debacle in Rome, they had no idea what was coming their way the very next day.

Real Madrid did not suffer the same fate as Barcelona, but did they ever come close.

Juventus mounted a remarkable comeback from after a 3-0 defeat in Turin, turning Real Madrid into a nervous wreck for the better part of 97 minutes before falling in the most poetically tragic of ways.

3. Red inferno
Manchester City’s nightmare week had the most bitter of ends on Tuesday at the Etihad.

In what is becoming almost a habit, Jurgen Klopp did it again to Pep Guardiola, finishing him and City off with a valiant 2-1 road win to advance to the semifinals of the Champions League.

For those who did not get to see how it all unfolded, simply imagine last weekend’s Manchester derby, substitute one red team for the other and the result is what happened on Tuesday. sbo666

4. But wait, there’s more
If the Champions League quarterfinal games were insane, the Europe League certainly made an honest attempt to outdo them.

Comeback bids were aplenty on Thursday, some successful and some that just fell short.

One of the latter took place in Russia, as CSKA Moscow gave Arsenal a run for their money, taking a 2-0 lead and coming to within one goal of upsetting the English giants before Hector Bellerin and Danny Welbeck sqaushed any hopes of a Roma-like performance by the home side.

The other failed comeback way west, specifically in Lisbon. Atletico Madrid survived their visit to Sporting, who made every attempt to force extra time with the former champions. However, Freddy Montero’s lone goal was the only one of the game, sending Atletico closer to another Europa League trophy.

5. Goal of the week
Lost in all the Champions League insanity this gem produced in the English Championship in Wednesday.

With Wolverhampton up, 1-0, against Derby County, Portuguese midfielder Ruben Neves whipped out this absolute stunner from way downtown to seal the Wolves’ victory. sbo666

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