Champions League QUIZ

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Champions League QUIZ


Byline: WITH TONY SCOTT 21. Which country

11. Can you name the 'city' in Europe that has taken the European Cup/ Champions League home the most times? 12. What was unique about the way all four English clubs performed in The Champions League in season 2007/08? 13. Which current Premier League manager was a winner in the 1997 Champions League Final? 14. Only two clubs have appeared in the final of the European Cup/Champions league more than once, with a 100% success rate, Can you name them? 15. Which team have managed to get to the past six Champions League semi finals? (2007-08 to 2012-13) 16. Who are the only club to play in the Champions League final having never won their domestic league? 17. Who is the youngest player to score a hat-trick in the UEFA Champions League? 18. Who is the oldest player to score in the UEFA Champions League? 19. Which former Premier League midfielder is also the only player to have been sent off for three different teams in the Champions League? 20. Who is the only manager to win the Champions League, the World Cup and the European Championship? 21. Which country have had a record amount of 13 different teams to enter the UEFA Champions League? 22. Which goalkeeper holds the record for the most consecutive clean sheets in the Champions League but was sent off in a Champions League Final? 23. Only one outfield player who started the 2006 Champions League final against Arsenal still plays for Barcelona. Who is it? 24. Seven different cities beginning with the letter "M" have boasted Champions League/European Cup finalists. Milan, Madrid, Munich, Manchester and Marseille and Monaco are six of them, can you name the seventh? WHO AM I? 25. Aged 19, I came off the bench to score an 85th minute winner in a Champions League Final, I've played all my football in Holland, Italy, Spain, England and France, I was born on the same day as fellow Dutch striker Ruud van Nistelrooy, Who am I? 26. I was the first English footballer to win the Champions League with a non-English club, I've played in a Manchester Derby, A Merseyside Derby and an El Clasico, I've also scored in a Champions League Final too. Who am I? …

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