Real Madrid win late, Liverpool lose in UEFA Champions League
Real Madrid win late, Liverpool lose in UEFA Champions League

Real Madrid and Liverpool found their combined 15 European titles were no protection on the road in the Champions League.

Bayern Munich look to quietly go about their business
Bayern Munich look to quietly go about their business

Five-time European champions Bayern Munich travel to Russia on Tuesday where they will take on domestic giants CSKA Moscow behind closed doors on matchday two in Group E. 

Pressure already on Man City, Jose Mourinho returns to Lisbon
Pressure already on Man City, Jose Mourinho returns to Lisbon

Manchester City will look to bounce back from an opening defeat at Bayern Munich when they host Roma in the Champions League on Tuesday, as Jose Mourinho`s Chelsea go to Lisbon.

Let's have a look at all the fixtures in Groups E, F, G and H on Tuesday:

Group E

Asian boss backs FIFA president Sepp Blatter for re-election
Asian boss backs FIFA president Sepp Blatter for re-election

Asia`s football chief threw his support behind FIFA president Sepp Blatter`s re-election bid Saturday as the 78-year-old looked increasingly certain to win a fifth term.

FIFA to ban third party ownership of players
FIFA to ban third party ownership of players

World football`s governing body FIFA is to ban the practice of investment companies owning stakes in footballers` economic rights, president Sepp Blatter announced Friday.

Roma, Monaco, Inter, Liverpool probed over financial fair play
Roma, Monaco, Inter, Liverpool probed over financial fair play

AS Roma, Monaco, Inter Milan and Liverpool are among seven clubs who are being investigated for possible breaches of financial fair play regulations, European soccer`s governing body UEFA said on Thursday.

Struggling England given perfect Euro 2020 incentive
Struggling England given perfect Euro 2020 incentive

Wembley Stadium will host the climax of the 2020 European Championship but on current form England fans will not even get the chance to roar on their side on home turf.

Timing wrong on FIFA watch ruling, says Michel Platini
Timing wrong on FIFA watch ruling, says Michel Platini

UEFA supremo Michel Platini said Friday he would not be complying with FIFA`s demand to return a luxury watch given as a gift by organisers of the Brazil World Cup.

UEFA hopes to solve Crimea club issue `within month`
UEFA hopes to solve Crimea club issue `within month`

European football`s top officials said Thursday they wanted to resolve whether or not Crimean clubs can play in Russia or Ukraine within a month, even as Kiev called for sanctions against Moscow.

Ukraine calls on FIFA, UEFA to impose sanctions on Russia
Ukraine calls on FIFA, UEFA to impose sanctions on Russia

The Ukrainian football federation (FFU) has appealed to FIFA and UEFA to impose the highest possible sanctions on the Russian Football Union (RFU) over what it describes as gross violation of football regulations.

Milan to host 2016 UEFA Champions League final
Milan to host 2016 UEFA Champions League final

Milan will host the 2016 Champions League final, European football`s governing body UEFA decided Thursday at a meeting of its executive committee in Nyon, Switzerland.

Everton ready to embrace Europa League
Everton ready to embrace Europa League

Bucking the trend of most successful Premier League managers, Roberto Martinez will not complain if his Everton side face some fixture congestion this season - in fact the Spaniard is positively hoping for it.

Manuel Pellegrini blames fair play for Alvaro Negredo exit
Manuel Pellegrini blames fair play for Alvaro Negredo exit

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini said Friday being forced to comply with UEFA`s financial fair play rules had led to the loan exit of striker Alvaro Negredo.

Franck Ribery rules out France return
Franck Ribery rules out France return

Bayern Munich playmaker Franck Ribery on Thursday reiterated his decision not to play again for France despite threats issued by UEFA chief Michel Platini.

Fernando Torres ready to write new chapter for AC Milan
Fernando Torres ready to write new chapter for AC Milan

Fernando Torres has already impressed AC Milan with his autograph-signing abilities and will attempt to show that he is just as prolific when it comes to scoring goals when he makes his Serie A debut on Sunday.

Scottish independence threatens Euro 2020 bid: UEFA
Scottish independence threatens Euro 2020 bid: UEFA

Scotland`s bid to stage games at Euro 2020 "may have to be re-assessed" if the country votes to become an independent nation following next week`s referendum, according to a UEFA report.

Arsenal`s Aaron Ramsey eases injury fears
Arsenal`s Aaron Ramsey eases injury fears

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey on Wednesday played down fears he could miss his side`s showdown with Manchester City on Saturday after twisting his ankle on international duty with Wales.

Sepp Blatter to seek fifth term as FIFA president
Sepp Blatter to seek fifth term as FIFA president

Sepp Blatter will stand for re-election as FIFA president next year, he confirmed on Monday.

Robert Lewandowski-inspired Poland hit Gibraltar for seven
Robert Lewandowski-inspired Poland hit Gibraltar for seven

Minnows Gibraltar were given a lesson on their introduction to competitive internationals as a UEFA member by Poland as Bayern Munich`s Robert Lewandowski scored four times in a 7-0 romp on Sunday.

Michel Platini threatens retired Ribery with suspension
Michel Platini threatens retired Ribery with suspension

UEFA president Michel Platini has threatened compatriot and now-retired former France playmaker Franck Ribery with a suspension, according to Sunday`s version of Bild newspaper.