Angela Merkel & Champions League
Angela Dorothea Merkel; née Kasner (born 17 July 1954) is the Chancellor of Germany and Chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU). The Champions League Twenty20, also referred to as the CLT20, is an annual international Twenty20 cricket competition played between the top domestic teams from major cricketing nations./5
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Cameron celebrates Chelsea's Champions League win next to Obama and Angela Merkel at G8 summit via
David Cameron and Dmitry Medvedev all smiles at Chelsea win, after Angela Merkel interrupts Syria talks to watch penalties
"UEFA Champions League (Sports League Championship)" How world leaders such as David Cameron, Barack Obama, Angela Merkel and the Russian PM watched the Titl...
Maybe the UEFA Champions league is bigger than the World cup afterall... Direct Rivals, David Cameron, the British Prime minister and a Chelsea supporter (Of course what do you expect?) and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel who supported the German team, Bayern Munich. Also present was the President of America, Barack Obama, Italy's Mario Monti, new French President, Francois Hollande, President of EU, Canada's Stephen Harper and also, leaders of Japan and Russia The world's most powerful leaders are put through the full gamut of emotions as they watched Chelsea's thrilling win over German rivals Bayern Munich in the Champions League final. During a nail-biting penalty shoot-out, David Cameron throws his arms aloft in celebration as Didier Drogba slots home the winning goal. Meanwhile, German Chancellor Angela Merkel can only look on glumly as they caught the action during the G8 summit in the United States. It was sweet revenge for two years ago when Mr Cameron had to endure a humiliating 4-1 thrashing ...
World leaders: they're just like us. After this year's G8 summit concluded in Camp David, President Obama joined Angela Merkel and David Cameron to watch the end of the Champions League final.
Chelsea fans lined the streets of west London as the team celebrated the club's historic Champions League and FA Cup double with a victory parade. Players, including captain John Terry, showed off the European Cup which they won less than 24 hours earlier in a dramatic penalty shoot-out in Munich. Jubilant fans waved flags as the open top blue bus passed by and players waved club scarves. When the players were given a microphone and asked to say a few words, Terry led chants of "Champione, champione, ole, ole, ole". The Blues were crowned European club champions for the first time in their history when they overcame Munich in their home stadium after the match went to extra-time. Around 25,000 Chelsea fans packed behind one of the goals in the Allianz Arena, while many more crammed into bars in London and around the UK to follow the action live on television. Even Prime Minister David Cameron managed to catch the nailbiting shoot-out, watching the drama unfold alongside German Chancellor Angela Merkel and ...
G8 leaders watch Champions League final at Camp David---Prime Minister David Cameron of the United Kingdom,President Barack Obama,Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany,Jose Manuel Barroso,President of the European Commission,President Francois Hollande of France,and others watch the overtime shootout ...
David Cameron was embarrassed last night after he was caught on film telling Angela Merkel that it was 'good' that John Terry was disqualified from playing in last night's Champions League final in Munich.
MUNICH, Germany, May 19, 2012 (AFP) - Bayern Munich and Chelsea were gearing for their Champions League final showdown here Saturday as the Bavarian capital buzzed with anticipation ahead of the biggest game in club football. A worldwide television audience estimated in the hundreds of millions is expected to tune in for Saturday's clash between the German and English Premier League giants, which kicks off at 8:45 pm (1845 GMT). The eagerly awaited final -- which is taking place at Bayern's home ground, the Allianz Arena -- is a 70,000 sell-out. A further 65,000 fans have bought tickets to watch the match on giant screens set up at Bayern's former home, the Munich Olympic Stadium. An estimated 25,000 Chelsea fans have travelled to Munich for the game, where demand for tickets has far exceeded supply. Events in Munich will also be followed closely at the G8 summit held at the US Presidential retreat of Camp David, where British and German leaders David Cameron and Angela Merkel are to watch the game togeth ...
Bayern Munich to win the Champions League. Germany to win the Euros. Angela Merkel to reclaim Europe.
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