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Dortmund, Shakhtar suffer as Spurs lose

Totteham lost their derby at Arsenal on Saturday while Borussia Dortmund leaked goals, Shakhtar suffered a shock reverse, Porto provided late drama and Beikta drew a blank on a busy Friday night.

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Dortmund, Shakhtar suffer as Porto leave it late

Borussia Dortmund leaked goals again in defeat by Stuttgart, Shakhtar suffered a shock reverse, Porto provided late drama and Beikta drew a blank on a busy Friday night.

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Champions League matchday five: all you need to know

The matches, the ways to win, the links you need, the lowdown: welcome to our bitesize guide to Tuesday and Wednesday‘s UEFA Champions League action.

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Ultimate Team of the Year: the all-time XI

With UEFA.com‘s 2017 Team of the Year set to launch next week, we take a look back at those who have featured most over the 16 editions in order to create an all-time XI.

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UEFA Youth League TV match picks, highlights

Coming up on matchday five, you can watch streams of Dortmund v Spurs, Sevilla v Liverpool, Paris v Celtic and Juventus v Barcelona in selected territories plus highlights of the season.

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Zenit have already sealed a place in the round of 32 and could wrap up first place in Group L on matchday five, while opponents Vardar can finish no higher than third.

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Nothing less than a victory will do for Rosenborg on matchday five, although that might prove to be easier said than done against Real Sociedad, the group stage‘s top scorers.

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Six European teams in Pot 1 for World Cup draw

The 32-team line-up for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia is complete, with holders Germany, Portugal, Belgium, Poland and France joining the hosts in Pot 1 for the draw.

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Denmark, Sweden, Swizterland, Croatia win play-offs

Denmark overwhelmed Ireland to claim Europe‘s last FIFA World Cup berth after Sweden ousted Italy to follow Switzerland and Croatia through.

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Anja Mittag on 50, Hegerberg catching: the top scorers

Rosengrd forward Anja Mittag became the first player to score 50 goals in UEFA women‘s club competition in the round of 32 but Lyon‘s Ada Hegerberg is now in the top ten at age 22.

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Under-19 EURO elite round draw seedings

Holders England are in Pot B after the seedings were confirmed for the UEFA European Under-19 Championship elite round draw to be made at 11:00CET on 6 December in Nyon.

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Under-17 EURO elite round draw seedings

Holders Spain are in Pot B after the seedings were confirmed for the UEFA European Under-17 Championship elite round draw to be made at 11:45CET on 6 December in Nyon.

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Beaten on matchday four, Nice nevertheless welcome Zulte Waregem knowing that victory would secure second place in Group K; the Belgian side are out if they get beaten.

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Having won all four Group K games, Lazio are already through as section winners, while bottom side Vitesse need to win and hope for a favourable result in the other game.

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The top two teams in Group J meet in Sweden knowing that the evening could end with one of them celebrating a first ever qualification for a European knockout phase.

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Athletic Club and Hertha Berlin both have plenty to do if they are to move from the bottom half of the Group I table to the qualifying places in their final two matches.

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What next? From World Cup draw to EURO 2020

From next month‘s FIFA World Cup finals draw all the way to UEFA EURO 2020, UEFA.com plots the key dates in the international window now that the European Qualifiers are over.

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What next? International calendar for European teams

From next month‘s FIFA World Cup finals draw all the way to UEFA EURO 2020, UEFA.com plots the key dates in the international window now that the European Qualifiers are over.

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Arsenal are already through and would make sure of first place in Group H with a point in Germany, whereas Kln could be eliminated if they fail to record a second straight home win.

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Crvena zvezda are second in Group H and a win against the side immediately below them, BATE Borisov, could be enough to secure a place in the round of 32.

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Defeated in each of their two previous away fixtures in Group I, Marseille know a third successive loss on the road would enable hosts Konyaspor to move above them in the standings.

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Salzburg go into their final home fixture in Group I poised to seal a fifth participation in the knockout phase, while Vitria SC may need a win to keep alive their prospects.

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Qualifying top scorer: Eriksen finishes third

Poland striker Robert Lewandowski finished top scorer in the European Qualifiers with a record 16 goals ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo, Romelu Lukaku and Christian Eriksen.

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Qualifying top scorer: Eriksen up to third

Poland striker Robert Lewandowski finished top scorer in the European Qualifiers with a record 16 goals ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo, Romelu Lukaku and Christian Eriksen.

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