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Tonel (left) of GNK Dinamo Zagreb goes for the the ball while Ivo Pekalski of Malmo FF reacts during their UEFA Champions League's first leg playoff soccer match in Zagreb, Croatia on August 17.
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Manchester United's Wayne Rooney (R) looks at Barcelona's players celebrating after their Champions League final soccer match at Wembley stadium in London, May 28.
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After four games between these two Spanish powerhouses, Barcelona moves on to the Champions League final.
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Barcelona's players toss teammate Barcelona's French defender Eric Abidal after winning the Champions League semi-final second leg football match between Barcelona and Real Madrid at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on May 3. Barcelona qualified for the Champions League final after drawing 1-1 in their semi-final second leg clash with bitter rivals Real Madrid to progress 3-1 on aggregate.
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Barcleona's players celebrate after Barcelona's forward Pedro Rodriguez (down) scored during the Champions League semi-final second leg football match between Barcelona and Real Madrid at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on May 3.
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AC Milan's midfielder Gennaro 'Rino' Gattuso, second from right, argues with Tottenham's players at the end of their Champions League football match on Feb. 15 at the San Siro Stadium in Milan. Tottenham defeated AC Milan 1-0.
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Gattuso argues with Tottenham's first team coach Joe Jordan during the match.
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Gattuso fights for the ball with Tottenham's Peter Crouch during the match.
The Champions League, European soccer's premier tournament, resumed after a winter break last night with a cracking game between AC Milan of Italy and Tottenham Hotspur of England.
Spurs secured an unexpected 1-0 victory in the first leg of the last-16 tie, but the result was somewhat overshadowed by a post-match brawl sparked by Milan captain Rino Gattuso, who had become increasingly angry as the match wore on.