☕ Morning Recap: A look at Futaa's top stories from yesterday
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☕ Morning Recap: A look at Futaa's top stories from yesterday

A lot happened in the world of football yesterday and the Futaa team brought all the top news plus more to you.

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Real Madrid 3-1 Atalanta(AGG 4-1): Los Blancos through to Champions League last-8

Real Madrid advanced to the last eight of the Champions League after beating Atalanta 3-1(4-1 on aggregate) in a match staged at Santiago Bernabeu.

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Man City 2-0 Gladbach: Dominant City book Quarterfinal slot

Manchester City booked their Champions League quarterfinal slot after a 2-0 (Agg: 4-0) win over Bundesliga side Gladbach in Budapest on Tuesday night.

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Diego Simeone backs Joao Felix to shine at Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone has backed Portugues Joao Felix to thrive at the club despite a difficult start.

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Zidane opens the door for Cristiano Ronaldo return

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has not ruled out the possibilities of the club re-signing Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.

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Bruno Fernandes on the verge of making Premier League history

Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes is on the verge of making history in the Premier League.

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Aubameyang breaks silence after getting dropped against Spurs

Arsenal forward Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang swiftly reacted to his team’s win over Tottenham Hotspur without him.

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Jordan Pickford out of England’s upcoming World Cup qualifiers

Everton have confirmed goalkeeper Jordan Pickford will miss England's World Cup qualifying fixtures after sustaining an oblique abdominal muscle injury. 

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Man United Early Team News: Pogba and De Gea back for AC Milan test

Manchester United have received a timely boost ahead of their Europa League tie with AC Milan with news that Paul Pogba and David De Gea are available for selection.

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Zagreb's coach gets jail sentence and resigns ahead of Spurs match

Dinamo Zagreb coach Zoran Mamic has left the Croatian giants over a fraud case guilty judgment.

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