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Liverpool got a helpful wake-up call against Salzburg, says Virgil van Dijk

• Liverpool threw away three-goal lead before winning• ‘We know we have to improve and we will,’ says Van DijkVirgil van Dijk has described Liverpool’s 4-3 victory over Red Bull Salzburg as a wake-up call and said the European champions were too expose…

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Mo Salah earns jittery Liverpool 4-3 win after RB Salzburg storm back

The wild night Jürgen Klopp had predicted appeared the product of an over-active imagination when Mohamed Salah put Liverpool into a three-goal lead. By the hour, with the newcomers on level terms at the home of the European champions, he found no plea…

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Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg: Champions League – live!

Minute-by-minute updates from the 8pm BST kick-off at AnfieldLive scores: all the goals from the matches around EuropeSend your thoughts to Rob by email here 7.38pm BST In other news, the Sextuple is stil on Related: Liverpool fined for fielding inelig…

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Salzburg arrive at Anfield as supreme finders and polishers of diamonds

Liverpool’s Mané and Keïta came via the Austrian club whose scouting system is virtually peerless in Africa and beyondWhen Lee Kawanu knew Red Bull Salzburg were keen to sign two of his best young players, he was happy to wait. Plenty of established Eu…

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Jürgen Klopp puts his faith in Anfield roar to silence Salzburg’s attack

Austrian champions arrive in dazzling scoring form but German is confident a ‘European reunion’ will buoy his Liverpool sideAnfield hosts its 100th game at the elite level of European competition on Wednesday and Jürgen Klopp envisages a wild one. He a…

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Erling Braut Haaland, the Norwegian ‘beast’ ripping up the record books | Marcus Christenson

The 19-year-old son of Alfie Håland scored a hat-trick on his Champions League debut on Tuesday and has 17 goals in nine games for Red Bull Salzburg this season“This year I’ve only grown five centimetres,” Erling Braut Haaland said in an interview in N…

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Champions League roundup: Håland makes history in Salzburg romp as Barça are held

• Teenager scores first-half hat-trick in 6-2 win• Barcelona held to 0-0 draw by Borussia DortmundErling Braut Håland became the first teenager to score a hat-trick on his Champions League debut since Wayne Rooney in 2004 as Red Bull Salzburg thrashed …

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Ten exciting Champions League debutants to watch this week

There will be some interesting new faces on show in the Champions League fixtures this weekBy Martin Laurence for WhoScoredThere will be plenty of familiar faces on show in the Champions League this week, but there are also a number of players hoping t…

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Europa League: last 32 draw – live!

Updates and news from them the 12pm GMT drawChampions League draw: PSG for Mourinho, Liverpool face BayernSign up now for The Fiver, our free football emailFeel free to email Simon or tweet @Simon_Burnton 12.08pm GMT Sasic is asked how she thinks the G…

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Celtic survive Craig Gordon’s calamity to advance in Europa League

Even in such a rich and varied history, it is unlikely Celtic Park has hosted as strange a European occasion as this. With the Scottish champions in the depths of despair and supporters heading for exits after Salzburg did their bit for Red Bull relati…

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Celtic v RB Salzburg: Europa League – live!

Europa League updates from the 8pm GMT kick-offLive scores: keep up to date with all the Europa League goalsEmail Simon with any thoughts or tweet @Simon_Burnton 7.05pm GMT The team sheets are in, and these are the names upon them:Celtic: Gordon, Lusti…

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Red Bull Salzburg v Celtic: Europa League – live!

Europa League Group B updates, 5.55pm BST kick-offLive scores | The latest tables | Goal updates on your phoneAnd feel free to email Nick or tweet him to get in touch 5.36pm BST Did you know that scientist Christian Doppler – he off Doppler Effect fame…

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From chatroom to the bootroom: Rene Maric’s very modern coaching journey | Nick Ames

A blog dissecting teams, players, tactics and managers started a journey which has led the 26-year-old to a coaching job at Red Bull SalzburgRene Maric feels there are occasions when people get him wrong. “Sometimes I read articles and comments about m…

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Rolando fires Marseille to Europa League final and breaks Salzburg hearts

• Substitute volleys home from a corner in extra time• French side seal 3-2 aggregate win over 10-man SalzburgMarseille scored a dramatic extra-time decider against Red Bull Salzburg to earn a Europa League final showdown with Atlético Madrid in Lyon o…

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Dimitri Payet orchestrates as Marseille open advantage over RB Salzburg

• Marseille 2-0 RB Salzburg• Thauvin 15, Njié 63Florian Thauvin put Marseille within touching distance of a place in the UEFA Europa League final with a controversial opener as his side beat RB Salzburg 2-0 at the Stade Vélodrome. Thauvin headed home i…

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Europa League quarter-finals draw – live!

Updates from the last eight draw, which starts at 12pm GMTWenger will talk to Welbeck if forward dived against MilanEmail Simon | or tweet @Simon_Burnton 12.04pm GMT “Uefa Europa League is really competitive and umpredictable, everyone has a chance to …

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Europa League roundup: Atlético cruise but Dortmund stunned by Salzburg

• Saúl Ñiguez, Diego Costa and Koke score as Atléti beat Lokomotiv 3-0• Valon Berisha double sends Salzburg to victory in DortmundSaúl Ñiguez’s stunning solo strike, inspired Atlético Madrid to a deserved 3-0 win against Lokomotiv Moscow.The midfielder…

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Red Bull will need all its energy to overcome Uefa ownership rules | Richard Williams

RB Leipzig will join Red Bull Salzburg in next season’s Champions League, leaving the drinks company’s CEO Dietrich Mateschitz with a big problem

In any professional sport, what could be more necessary than a rule preventing one person or organisation from owning two teams? The potential conflicts of interest are obvious. One team could be used to help the other by, for instance, rolling over when they met at a crucial point in the battle for a championship, or by obstructing a third party in order to favour a stablemate.

Formula One used to have a rule like that, but it was a distant memory by the time Dietrich Mateschitz came along. The man who bought the recipe for a caffeine-based drink from a Thai businessman and relaunched it in 1987 as Red Bull was already a multibillionaire by the time he decided to add a second F1 team to the one he had launched in 2005. That first team, built on the shaky foundations of the unsuccessful Jaguar team, was immediately renamed after the drink. When he bought the struggling Minardi team a year later, he rechristened it Toro Rosso – Italian for Red Bull, of course – and set it up as a kind of finishing school for young drivers working their way through the Red Bull junior scheme, giving him a source of talent for the top team. (We need only to mention the names of Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen to see how successful that strategy has been.)

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Celtic qualify for final 32 despite limp defeat at hands of Salzburg

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Celtic twice in front but open Europa League campaign with Salzburg draw

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