It's no secret that Zinedine Zidane feels he needs another striker. When Tottenham visit Real Madrid, could Harry Kane prove he's the right fit?
In Borussia Dortmund's three highest-profile matches this season, their defence has been exposed. Peter Bosz can begin to fix it vs. APOEL.
Real Madrid haven't been great at home this season but you can bet the visit of Tottenham and the Champions League context will bring out their best.
Maurizio Sarri claims Manchester City are "by far" the strongest team in Europe.
Paris Saint-Germain have recalled Edinson Cavani, Thiago Silva, Marco Verratti, Thiago Motta and Layvin Kurzawa to a 21-man squad for training.
"Harry Kane was so emotional when he saw the last game of Totti in Rome," Pochettino said. "He only played in one club and Harry was very emotional."
Kane is the star name in English football and Tottenham's leading light but that status has still to be earned in the Champions League.
Having drawn their opener at home to Spartak Moscow and lost 3-0 at Sevilla, the Slovenian side are bottom of the table.
Thomas Meunier says PSG are "obliged" to reach the Champions League semifinals because of the money invested by Oryx Qatar Sports Investmemts.
Zinedine Zidane has described Harry Kane as a "complete player" but said Champions League opponents Tottenham are about more than the England striker.
Real Madrid midfielder Isco has backed Cristiano Ronaldo to retain the Ballon d'Or, saying his teammate "has to win it."
Guardiola's side host Napoli in the Champions League on Tuesday and the City boss praised the football being played by Maurizio Sarri's team.
Toby Alderweireld says Tottenham must treat Tuesday's match at Real Madrid like any other game, insisting they have the quality to win.
Modric said it was "a shame" that the second Champions League meeting between the sides next month would not be at the now-demolished White Hart Lane.
Navas suffered an adductor muscle injury on international duty with Costa Rica, meaning back-up Kiko Casilla started at Getafe.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says Real Madrid are not a one-man team that rely on Cristiano Ronaldo.
After serving as Antonio Conte's assistant at Juventus and Italy, Massimo Carrera is forging himself a new career at Spartak Moscow and spoke to ESPN.
Harry Kane, linked with Real Madrid, has a chance to show whether he is worth the hype this Tuesday at the Bernabeu. Can he seize the opportunity?