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Trending: Bayern out in semis, Ron returns

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Bayern Munich bow out in semifinals, Ronaldo returns

The FC panel take a look at Pep Guardiola's achievements in his three year tenure as the Bayern Munich head coach.
In the latest version of The Sweeper, Alexis Nunes looks at Diego Simeone's anger and Cristiano Ronaldo's return.

Here are the latest stories from Wednesday.

BAYERN MUNICH: Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal says Atletico Madrid did not deserve to progress from Tuesday's Champions League semifinal second leg, telling COPE it was "one team who played ugly football against the best team in the world."

- Bayern Munich feel "cheated" after some tight decisions allowed Atletico Madrid to advance, chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said.

- Pep Guardiola hopes that incoming manager Carlo Ancelotti can...

 By Rory Smith

Tottenham must recover from their Chelsea ordeal, come back stronger

Mauricio Pochettino spoke after Tottenham's 2-2 draw with Chelsea, ending their title hopes, and its effect on his squad.

As the light died on Monday night, Tottenham raged. Perhaps it was the taunts of Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas that triggered it, or the provocation of Diego Costa. Maybe it was simply the pain and frustration at knowing their Premier League dream was beyond them. Regardless, at Stamford Bridge, Spurs did not just go down in flames. They went down burning.

Those 90 minutes in west London were instructive, not least because they proved -- conclusively -- that Mauricio Pochettino is no liar. Even...

 By Tony Evans

Daniel Sturridge running out of time to prove his value to Liverpool

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on Jurgen Klopp's thinking when it comes to Daniel Sturridge, Gab's attire and more.

Daniel Sturridge had the opportunity to be Liverpool's next superstar, but it looks as if his moment has passed. The man that Fenway Sports Group, the club's owners, hoped would inherit the mantle of Steven Gerrard suddenly seems like a spare part.

For weeks and months Anfield fretted over Sturridge's health. Injury updates were followed by tentative comebacks and then the inevitable setbacks. When fit, it was felt that Sturridge, 26, would transform the team's fortunes with his goalscoring exploits.