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5 of the best Instagram posts this week…

Here we are again, after another week of football and another week of social media use.

Plenty happened in the Champions League this week, including something or other in Madrid…

Like manager like player?

Current Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer knows a thing or two about last-minute winners in the Champions League – he scored the most famous goal in the club’s history in 1999. Two decades on, Marcus Rashford has applied the coolness to complete the club’s latest European comeback.


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Love a last minute goal ey boss #OlesAtTheWheel

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Meanwhile in Manchester…



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Jesse Lingard, injured and watching at home, is just a little bit happy about what he’s seen his teammates do in Paris.

Lucky numbers for Ajax



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1-4 The 14th meeting between Real Madrid and Ajax, a 1-4 victory, and all that knowing that Johan Cruijff was the first one to score for Ajax against Real Madrid. ❤️ #vooraltijdnr14

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There were so many posts to choose from when it came to Ajax’s midweek heroics over Real Madrid, but this one from the club was perhaps the most poignant.

 Go on then one more from the Bernabeu…


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Q U A R T E R – F I N A L S ✖️✖️✖️ To all fans: you were AMAZING! ❤️ #UCL #reaaja

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The man of the hour in full celebration. Check our interview with him from issue 55, now available in full online.

Why always Mario?



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#allezlom #bravolesgars #supporterambiancemagnifiquemerci @pumafootball @olympiquedemarseille #thefirstinstagramhistoryafteragol #NEWCELEBRATION

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Forget posts of the week, this may be the post of the year and it’s only March. Mario Balotelli celebrating his goal in the most 2019 way imaginable.