Arturo Vidal & Champions League

Arturo Erasmo Vidal Pardo (born 22 May 1987) is a Chilean footballer who plays as defensive midfielder for Juventus and Chile. 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. 5.0/5

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Arturo Vidal: "When two big teams meet like this in the Champions League, such a robbery cannot happen."
Arturo Vidal: "This is a ROBBERY. When two big teams play in Champions League, there should not be a robbery like this."…
I joined Bayern Munich to win the Champions League, says Arturo Vidal -
Arturo Vidal: "We believe that we could make the Champions League final in Berlin"
Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal says he'd like to win the Champions League before playing the Copa America.
Champions League last 16: Who can we play? With the group stage of the Champions League now having come to an end, attention turns to the draw for the first knockout round, which is due to take place next Monday at 11am in Nyon. Here, the official Chelsea website takes a look at which teams Jose Mourinho’s side could potentially be drawn against. The rules of the competition stipulate that, at this stage, we cannot be drawn against teams from the same country or any team that was in our group, ruling Arsenal, Manchester City and Schalke out. The Blues topped Group G, ensuring we are guaranteed to play the second leg of the next round at Stamford Bridge. Juventus The Italian side, managed by Massimiliano Allegri, finished three points behind Atletico Madrid in Group A and have won the competition twice previously, most recently in 1996. They are currently three points clear at the top of Serie A having lost just once all season, with familiar players such as Arturo Vidal, Paul Pogba and Carlos Tevez in t ...
Celtic have been reinstated to the Champions League after UEFA ruled that Legia Warsaw fielded an ineligible player. Manchester United are close to striking a deal for winger Juan Cuadrado, 26, after agreeing to meet Fiorentina's £36m asking price. Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal could move for Ajax defender Daley Blind, 24, whom he coached with the Netherlands. The Red Devils are also closing in on top transfer target Arturo Vidal, with the 27-year-old midfielder having reportedly agreed a £182,000-a-week contract. Stoke boss Mark Hughes is losing hope at signing winger Oussama Assaidi on loan from Liverpool for a second time. Sunderland will let midfielder Alfred N'Diaye join Real Betis for £1.7million. Southampton could break their transfer record after tabling a bid worth over £13million for Sporting Lisbon's Argentina defender Marcos Rojo. Manchester United's legendary Class of 92 of Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs and Phil Neville suffered embarrassment when they lost a pre-season fri ...
MAVHARIVHARI (Rumours) & INTERNATIONAL UPDATES - Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu claims Luis Suarez turned down more lucrative offers in favour of joining the Spanish giants. - Fifa president Sepp Blatter has welcomed the likelihood of Canada bidding to host the World Cup in 2026. - Lionel Messi has made it clear that he is excited by the new challenges at Barcelona this season under Luis Enrique. - Manchester United want to buy Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado, 26, from Fiorentina but fear the Italian club may raise the asking price beyond United's offer of £29m. - Arturo Vidal has helped Juventus to three straight Serie A titles The Old Trafford club's interest in Juventus' Arturo Vidal, 27, may wane over concerns over the Chilean midfielder's knee problems. - England goalkeeper Fraser Forster, 26, will leave Celtic for Southampton in an £8m move if the Scottish side fail to overturn their 4-1 deficit to Legia Warsaw and are knocked out of the Champions League on Wednesday. - Arsenal are prepar ...
Well, with fluctuation persistently in FOOTBALL TRANSFER MARKET world wide, I think some clubs may not be able to land their major targets. Firstly, was the case of Argentine and Real Madrid winger, Angel Di Maria, 27, who were believed to have agreed a personal term with Manchester United with £150,000-a-week, but now helding to Paris Saint German (PSG). Secondly, is the Chilean and Juventus midfielder, Arturo Vidal, 26, who were believed to have diagonized by some doctors concerning his knee injury before the deal could be completed is no more wanted by the newly appointed Manchester United manager, Luis Van Gaal. Claiming that the price was too high for such midfieder. I abhor what most of these players are doing. They shouldn't do things on centiment. They should explain the fact that club like Manchester United failed to qualify for Champions League last season was the reason they hesitate to accept their offers. Believe or leave it, Manchester United is better off now with likes of Ander Herrera an ...
Manchester United are reportedly showing serious interest in JUVENTUS midfielder ARTURO VIDAL. Vidal has excelled at Juventus the past three seasons, in each of which the side won the Serie A title. He also impressed in Chiles World Cup campaign, despite surgery in May keepinghim less than 100 percent fit. However, if Manchester United want to persuade Juventus to sell one of their teams most valuable players, they will likely have to part with a hefty fee. But with Juventus determined to make a deeper run in the Champions League while at the same time securing their fourth straight title, it seems unlikely that theyll want to lose one of the most vital cogs in their system.
Transfer rumour.HUGE blow for Arsenal and Chelsea as £48m target Vidal admits he'd prefer Man Utd move.. CHILE midfield sensation Arturo Vidal has given Manchester United a huge transfer boost by declaring he'd rather move to Old Trafford than anywhere else. Vidal is wanted at United by new boss Louis Van Gaal as the Dutchman looks to get the club back on track after their dismal 2013-14 campaign. The Chilean starred for his country during their impressive run to the last 16 at the World Cup, and also drew the attention of a host of top clubs after a stellar season for Italian giants Juventus as the Turin side wrapped up their 30th Serie A title.United's Premier League rivals Chelsea and Arsenal are also interested in bringing Vidal to England this summer. European heavyweights Monaco and Bayern Munich are also monitoring the situation, along with Champions League winners Real. And according to reports from Italy, Vidal is prepared to reject the advances of the Spanish giants as well as Arsenal and Chels ...
Italian Serie A champions, Juventus has reportedly reached out to the agent of Barcelona winger, Alexis Sanchez, over the possibility of joining the perennial Champions League side next season and reuniting with his compatriot, Arturo Vidal
David Moyes believes he was awarded a six-year contract to replace Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager because the club's hierarchy realised what a big job it was. Manchester United vice-chairman Ed Woodward admits this season's performances have fallen short of expectations. Jose Mourinho claimed his players 'lacked personality' after Chelsea conceded a late equaliser away at West Brom. Spurs head coach Tim Sherwood has voiced his frustration at the decision of Frank De Boer, the Ajax coach, to speak publicly about one day taking the role. Sherwood fears he could be axed at the end of the season - even if he pulls off a top-four finish. Alan Pardew says versatile Davide Santon is "the Phil Neville" of Newcastle. Arturo Vidal will earn close to £200,000 a week with Serie A leaders Juventus in what will be a blow to Manchester United manager David Moyes. Ross Barkley is playing through the pain of a toe injury to help keep Everton's Champions League hopes alive. Jose Mourinho feels Liverpool ar ...
Juventus midfielder Andrea Pirlo has been named Serie A player of the 2012-13 season by his fellow players. The award marks the second consecutive time that the Italy international has been honoured by his peers, following an outstanding season with the Turin giants. The 34-year-old was a pivotal presence as Juventus claimed a second consecutive Serie A title and reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League. Pirlo said he was honoured to have again been picked by his fellow professionals as the most outstanding player in Italy. Pirlo was joined by team-mates Andrea Barzagli, Giorgio Chiellini and Arturo Vidal in the team of the season, while Juventus coach Antonio Conte was again named best coach. Serie A team of the 2012/13 (4-3-3) Samir Handanovič (Inter Milan); Christian Maggio (Napoli), Andrea Barzagli (Juventus), Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus), Mattia De Sciglio (AC Milan); Arturo Vidal (Juventus), Andrea Pirlo (Juventus), Borja Valero (Fiorentina); Edinson Cavani (Napoli, now Paris Saint-Germai ...
Galatasaray 1-0 Juventus: Sneijder sends Mancini's men into the knockouts The Dutchman turned home a precise finish in the final five minutes as Antonio Conte's side were sent crashing out of the Champions League Dec 11, 2013 3:22:00 PM Galatasaray sealed their place in the last 16 of the Champions League in dramatic style as Wesley Sneijder's late goal saw them beat Juventus 1-0 on Wednesday. The Dutchman latched on to Didier Drogba's flick to fire low past Gianluigi Buffon in the closing minutes as Roberto Mancini's side battled past the Bianconeri in treacherous conditions in Istanbul. The fixture was halted after 31 minutes on Tuesday due to freak snow storms, with play resuming on Wednesday afternoon. On a heavy, muddy pitch, both sides were largely limited to direct passages of play when the game restarted, with Juventus coach Antonio Conte appearing very unhappy with the match officials at the break, presumably due to the condition of the playing surface. Fernando Llorente and Carlos Tevez had both ...
Hey, Arturo Vidal.. Do y'know who is still in the Champions League?
Arturo Vidal has scored 5 out of the 9 goals Juventus have scored in the Champions League. Midfield Dynamo.
Arturo Vidal became the first Chilean player to complete a hat-trick in the Champions League.
Arturo Vidal is the first ever Chilean player to score a hat-trick in the Champions League.
Ronaldo breaks Messi's record for Champions League goals in a calendar year He equalised for Real Madrid in their 2-2 draw at Juventus and now has 14 goals in the competition in 2013 - one more than the Barca star in 2012 Cristiano Ronaldo has broken the record held for Champions League goals scored in a calendar year after his second-half strike for Real Madrid at Juventus on Tuesday - overtaking the mark previously set by Barcelona's Lionel Messi. Ronaldo latched on to a Karim Benzema pass in the 52nd minute and beat Gianluigi Buffon with a right-footed finish to level the scores at 1-1 after Arturo Vidal had blasted the Bianconeri in front from the penalty spot in the first half. It was the Portuguese's eighth goal in four Group B games this term and his 14th in the Champions League this calendar year, a total which sees him surpass Messi's 13 strikes in 2012. Ronaldo's goal was his 59th in the Champions League. The Portuguese now trails only Messi (63) and Raul (71). He also needs just one more strike ...
No Trofeo Berlusconi in 2013 Milan have confirmed that there will be no Trofeo Berlusconi friendly against Juventus this summer. The game between the two Italian giants, played in memory of Milan chief Silvio Berlusconi’s father Luigi, has been a pre-season appetiser since 1991. However, there is no room in the summer schedule to fit in the San Siro encounter this time around. “The Trofeo Tim between Milan, Inter and Juventus will take place in Reggio Emilia on July 23,” Vice-President Adriano Galliani stated. “However, there is no date available for the Trofeo Luigi Berlusconi, also because our Champions League preliminary tie will be played on August 20 or 21.” Milan have won the game on 12 occasions, Juventus 10. The Old Lady won the last encounter 3-2 thanks to goals from Claudio Marchisio, Arturo Vidal and Alessandro Matri.
Here's a review of the 2012/13 season! :D Part 1- Mixed Fortunes in Europe & Japan He did a terrific job as interim manager, but if anything, Roberto Di Matteo only made his task harder as permanent manager by winning the Champions League. After their incredible triumph in last season's Champions League, it would've been difficult for the Italian to emulate his success. The only way to do that would be winning several of the eight competitions Chelsea were due to enter. Unfortunately, things didn't go quite as planned. The Blues were drawn into a tough group in the Champions League, with Serie A champions Juventus and Ukrainian giants Shakhtar Donetsk providing quite a test for the reigning champions, while minnows Nordsjaelland from Denmark were making their debut. After leading Juventus 2-0 at Stamford Bridge thanks to a stunning double from Oscar, qualification seemed well within their grasp from the opening game. However, two late goals from Arturo Vidal and Fabio Quagliarella ensured the Antonio Cont ...
Champions League: Juventus v Celtic FACTS: DID YOU KNOW?! Juventus are unbeaten in Europe for almost three years, recording eight wins and nine draws, with their last defeat being a 4-1 thumping away to Fulham. The Serie A leaders also have an impressive record at home in the Champions League, having only lost once in their last 29 games. Stephan Lichtsteiner, Claudio Marchisio and Arturo Vidal will miss the first leg of a potential quarter-final tie should they receive a yellow card. Goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon is the only survivor of the last fixture between the two sides in Turin, when a last-minute Nicola Amoruso penalty saw Juventus claim a controversial 3-2 victory. Celtic have failed to get by the last 16 stage since the creation of the Champions League, falling at this hurdle twice, at the hands of AC Milan and Barcelona. The Parkhead side have yet to record a win in Italy, having only recorded three draws in their nine visits to the country. The victory Neil Lennon’s side recorded at Spartak Mo ...
Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella has claimed that the 'anti-Juve' does not exist, and has praised Antonio Conte's side after a phenomenal year. The Bianconeri won their 28th Scudetto this year as well as qualifying from a tough Champions League. And the 38-year-old Viola Coach has conceded that League is Juve's to lose. “The anti-Juve does not exist,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport. “Only the Bianconeri can lose points for themselves. “But if they keep going forward in the Champions League, they will spend a lot of mental energy trying to concentrate on both. “Their strength however is that they've been able to hold it together without their Coach for so long. “And that is credit to Antonio Conte. He is a superb man-manager and tactician. The work done during the week is the most important, and that's why they did not suffer too much [when Conte was suspended]. “And they've got Claudio Marchisio and Arturo Vidal – two of the best in their position around.” He also commented on some other ...
The Old Lady beat the reigning Champions League holders on Tuesday with a victory that keeps their hopes of a last 16 place alive. Kwadwo Asamoah played a crucial part in Juventus’ second goal as he assisted Arturo Vidal
Juventus dominated Chelsea in Turin with Fabio Quagliarella, Arturo Vidal and Sebastian Giovinco in a 3-0 Champions League triumph.
Display problems? View this newsletter in your browser. Champions League: Chelsea walks tight rope Chelsea are now faced an ignominious exit from this season's Champions League after a comprehensive defeat at the Stadio Juventus in Turin on Tuesday night. Juventus deserved their victory. Fabio Quagliarella deflected Andrea Pirlo's shot beyond Petr Cech before half-time before Arturo Vidal struck on the hour. Chels...
Chelsea are on the brink of an early UEFA Champions League exit after losing 3-0 at Juventus on Tuesday evening. Fabio Quagliarella diverted Andrea Pirlo's weak shot past the wrong-footed Petr Cech to give the home side the lead just before the interval. Arturo Vidal added to the lead just after the hour mark when his side-footed effort from Kwadwo Asamoah's cut-back was deflected past Cech off the heel of Ramires. And substitute Sebastian Giovinco put the gloss on the display as he slotted the ball past the advancing Chelsea goalkeeper in injury time. Chelsea must now beat Nordsjaelland in their final Group E game - and hope Shakhtar Donetsk beat Juve in Ukraine - to have any chance of retaining their European crown. And Roberto Di Matteo may regret fielding a new-look line-up with Fernando Torres axed in favour of Eden Hazard up front and Cesar Azpilicueta playing on the right of midfield. Juventus had dominated the game before the break with wing-backs Stephan Lichtsteiner and Asamoah pushing forward a ...
Juventus registered their first Champions League win of the season after a comfortable victory over FC Nordsjaelland. First-half strikes from Claudio Marchisio, Arturo Vidal and Sebastian Giovinco, plus a second-half header from Fabio Quagliarella were enough to see off the Norwegian champions as the Italians finally tasted victory after three successive draws. For the hosts, Mauricio Isla came in for Stephan Lichtsteiner who was injured in their 3-1 loss to Inter at the weekend, while Alessandro Matri replaced Mirko Vucinic. The visitors made two changes from the team who won 2-1 at Sonderjyske, with Soren Christensen and Morten Nordstrand making way for Andreas Laudrup and Nicolai Stokholm. Juventus were thankful for a Vucinic strike nine minutes from time to spare the Serie A champion's blushes when the two teams met a fortnight ago. However, it took them just six minutes to get on the scoresheet tonight as Isla's low cross from the right was converted by Marchisio from six yards out. And they were two ...
Oscar, Isco, Arturo Vidal & Toni Kroos all stole the show in the Champions League this week ahead of the big names.
Radio Apna Digital Sports News Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo disappointed by Juventus draw Roberto Di Matteo said Chelsea were left "deflated" after surrendering a 2-0 lead against Juventus in the Champions League, but praised Oscar who scored both goals on his full debut. The Brazilian netted twice in two minutes before Juve hit back through Arturo Vidal and Fabio Quagliarella, who equalised with 10 minutes left. Continue reading the main story “He took on board the information we gave him and it was great to see we have a player like this in our ranks” Di Matteo on Oscar "We are disappointed and a little bit deflated," said Di Matteo. "Oscar did a perfect job tactically and scored two goals." The 21-year-old midfielder, who joined from Brazilian side Internacional for about £25m in the summer, opened his Chelsea account with a deflected shot, before curling in a stunning second. Di Matteo, who led Chelsea to their first-ever Champions League title last season, added: "It was a great debut for Osca ...
Oscar was denied the glory as Juventus recovered from 2-0 down to earn a 2-2 draw against Champions League holders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.. The Brazilian playmaker looked set to enjoy a dream European debut with a stunning first-half double but the Italian champions ruthlessly hit back to expose the holders' defensive deficiencies to *** a deserved draw in an enthralling Group E encounter. Arturo Vidal pulled a goal back before the break and, after Eden Hazard was denied what appeared a penalty, Fabio Quagliarella came off the bench to equalise and was a lick of paint from completing a sensational turnaround. That would have been cruel on Chelsea but - as in their UEFA Super Cup thrashing by Atletico Madrid - they left themselves exposed enough to make such an outcome possible. It was all looking so good after 33 minutes of what Roberto Di Matteo on Tuesday dubbed Mission: "Impossible". His Midas touch in the competition was in evidence again after the shock selection of Oscar, who he admitted the .. ...
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