Leicester (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Atletico Madrid battled into the Champions League semi-finals for the third time in four seasons on Tuesday and ended Leicester City’s debut run in Europe’s elite competition.
The Spanish side went through 2-1 on aggregate after the two sides drew 1-1 on the night at Leicester’s King Power Stadium.
It's a Champions League-packed day in socceras several continental competitions resume on Tuesday.
The round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League continues with Leicester City trying to overcome a 2-1 deficit at home against Sevilla. A 1-0 win at the King Power Stadium would be enough for the Premier League champions to advance to the quarterfinals.
The Champions League continues on Fox Sports with Juventus playing Porto on FS2 and Leicester City hosting Sevilla on FS1. The CONCACAF Champions League is also on the Tuesday soccer TV schedule, with Tigres playing Vancouver in their semifinal first-leg on Facebook Live.
Juventus vs Porto at 3:45pm on Fox Sports 2 in the second-leg of their Champions League round of 16 series.
Withthe Premier League's internal contestto commemorate Armistice Day becomingmore and more competitive every year, Leicester City pulled out all the stops for their 11th November fixture against West Brom.
Along with a pre-match wreath laying, the Foxes' team of artisan groundstaffonce again used their canvas (i.
On a momentous day of celebration at the King Power Stadium, unlikely champions Leicester City finally got their hard-working mitts on the Premier League trophy after beating Everton 3-1.
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The Foxes won the league last week after Tottenham failed to beat Chelsea, but had to wait until after their home clash with the Toffees to finally lift the trophy after a brace from Jamie Vardy and a goal from Andy King secured a deserved win against Roberto Martinez's visitors (who netted a consolation goal via Kevin Mirallas).
While folks are queuing up to (quite rightly) lavish praise on the Leicester Cityplayers as their maiden Premier League title edges ever nearer, it's perhaps unfortunate that the club's grounds staff have not received their fair share of the dues for their equally scintillating performance so far this season.