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Wesley Sneijder beat the snow to give Galatasaray a 1-0 win over Juventus that put his side and not the Italians into the last 16 of the Champions League.
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Juventus' goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon walks through the snow as their Champions League soccer match with Galatasaray was been abandoned after a snow storm caused the pitch to become unplayable at the TT Arena Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey, Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013.
Heavy snowfall in Istanbul forced the abandonment of the Galatasaray-Juventus Champions League Group B clash on Tuesday, competition organisers UEFA announced.
Eight places in the round of 16 are still up for grabs, with much of the attention focussed on Group F where Napoli, Borussia Dortmund and Arsenal are battling for two spots.
Much has already been decided ahead of Tuesday's Champions League games but circumstances suggest PSG are worth a bet.
Bayern Munich and Juventus are once again the teams to beat in their respective domestic leagues, and their latest performances have seen them take star billing in this week's European XI.
Only a home win against Juventus on Tuesday will be good enough for Galatasaray to join Real Madrid in the last 16 of the Champions League but coach Roberto Mancini knows it is not going to be easy.
The Juventus and Italy legend believes very few goalkeepers are capable of retaining their international No.1 status without playing regularly at club level Gianluigi Buffon fears Joe Hart will struggle to keep his place in the England team if he is not a first-team regular at Manchester City .
The unbeaten hosts ended a run of four straight draws which had threatened to undermine their title hopes with a victory which moved them three points behind Serie A leaders Juventus.
The Bianconeri defender expressed his defiance ahead of his side's trip to Istanbul, while Arturo Vidal says they will embrace their role as "villains" Giorgio Chiellini dismissed the impact of Galatasaray's fiery atmosphere, saying that Juventus will show no fear against the Turkish champions.
After a typically overblown, needlessly exaggerated extravaganza in the Costa Do Sauipe resort in Brazil on Friday afternoon, we finally found out who would be playing who in the group stages of next summer's World Cup.
The Catalan giants, who are without the talents of their mercurial striker Lionel Messi, had fallen to consecutive defeats to Ajax, in the Champions League, and to Athletic Bilbao in La Liga .