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Arsenal can 'reclaim pride' against Bayern - chairman Chips Keswick

Alejandro Moreno re-visits the subject of Arsenal's 'mental problem' in the wake of Laurent Koscielny's comments.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop shares his thoughts on whether or not Arsenal should transition Lucas Perez from a sub to a starter.
Steve Nicol believes Tottenham will finally finish above Arsenal for the first time since the 1994/1995 season.
Wayne Shaw steals the show in the FA Cup, Conan O'Brien joins Gio dos Santos and more in The Sweeper.

Arsenal's chairman says the entire club was disappointed with the 5-1 loss at Bayern Munich but insisted they will "reclaim pride" in the second leg.

Chips Keswick also cautioned clubs about committing to higher player salaries, but promised that Arsenal will "continue to invest rationally in our squad retention" as they try to convince Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez to stay at the club.

Keswick, who was commenting on the club's latest financial results, also confirmed that the club have already extended...

 By PA Sport

UEFA fines Celtic for setting off fireworks at Manchester City

Police separated Manchester City and Celtic fans at their game in December.

Celtic have been fined €19,000 (£16,051) by UEFA owing to the conduct of some of their fans during the Champions League draw at Manchester City in December.

The governing body announced the sanctions on Friday morning, saying the charges were related to the setting-off of fireworks in the away end at the Etihad Stadium.

Celtic drew the Dec. 6 clash 1-1 but failed to qualify from the group they shared with City, Barcelona and Borussia Monchengladbach.

 By Chris Wright

Wolverine - aka Hugh Jackman - gets his claws on Champions League trophy

Social media erupted with Ranieri's sacking, Villarreal meet the Pope and much more in The Sweeper.
Relive Claudio Ranieri's best moments during his unforgettable season that saw Leicester City crowned league champions.

The Champions League trophy has been lifted by some incredibly famous hands over the years, with the likes of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Jose Mourinho and David May all getting their paws on UEFA's grand prize.

However, the iconic cup was hoisted aloft by two of the most easily-recognisable hands in the world on Friday morning, not least because they usually have eight-inch blades jutting out from the knuckles.

Indeed, Marvel superhero Wolverine -- or actor Hugh Jackman, as he's known professionally...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Highest-scoring Champions League first leg ties ever - ESPN Stats & Info

BT Sport highlight: Sergio Aguero scored twice as Man City overcame a 3-2 deficit to earn a thrilling first-leg win over Monaco.
Sergio Aguero scored twice as Man City overcame a 3-2 deficit to earn a thrilling first-leg win over Monaco.
Sergio Aguero netted two goals and added an assist to help lift Manchester City to a thrilling 5-3 victory over Monaco.

Manchester City and AS Monaco combined for eight goals during the first leg of their Champions League round of 16 tie -- and they weren't the only clubs with a potent attack.

The 34 goals scored in the first leg ties were the most in Champions League history, surpassing the 26 scored in 2013-14, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

City won 5-3 at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday, highlighted by a frantic second half in which the two teams alternated claiming the lead.

Bayern Munich scored five goals against...