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The Champions League anthem plays out, the atmosphere is electrifying. Kick-off is moments away. Napoli's tie with Real Madrid is not the only Champions League last 16 clash tonight, with Arsenal looking for a miraculous comeback against Bayern Munich.
We'll provide goal updates from that game - and you can follow live minute-by-minute coverage game here - but we shall be focusing on the game at the Stadio San Paulo here.
Here's a quick look at the front page of today's La Gazzetta dello Sport, which leads with 'Go Napoli! The blurb reads, 'Today at The charge from the city and 60, at San Paolo believe in the feat.
The permutations are quite simple. If Napoli win tonight, they will go through and holders Real Madrid would be out on away goals.
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane knows his players must be on their guard, with the club legend Raul saying presisely that if the Spaniards are to keep hopes alive of becoming the first side the defend the Champions League trophy.
They had a very good result, , but Napoli is a very good team and they created a lot of chances in the Bernabeu.
Madrid have only been La Liga winners once in the last eight seasons but their achievements are unsurpassed in European football, winning the European Cup a record 11 times, four more than closest challengers AC Milan.
There will be 60, of Serie A's most passionate fans packed into Stadio San Paolo, where Diego Maradona was once revered and it'll need all of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale's fighting spirit to book their team into the quarter-finals.
We look at five areas where the game may be won and lost Pepe Reina is going to need to have an enormous game. Real Madrid have scored in 46 consecutive matches.
Can they keep them out tonight? Fans of Italian side Napoli have arrived hours early for their crunch Champions League showdown with holders Real Madrid, looking to create an electric atmosphere and facilitate victory.
Napoli currently trail in the round of 16 tie with the Spanish giants after falling to a victory in the first leg at the Bernabeu.
The scoreline however has not stopped the home faithful believing, with many fans packing into the San Paolo stadium to set the tone early and show Los Blancos they mean business.
Click here to read the full article. They have one foot in the quarter-finals after a comfortable win over Napoli, despite a howler from Keylor Navas.
Maradona's pep talk in the bowels of the Bernabeu before the game worked the trick early on with Napoli taking the lead, although the goal owed more to Madrid's blundering keeper than Maradona's inspiration.
Real Madrid have publicly backed their Costa Rican goalkeeper in recent weeks but they are intent on bringing David De Gea or Thibaut Courtois to the club and on eight minutes there was a reminder of why.
Click here for a reminder of the first leg at the Bernabeu. The rain-fall has been remarkable in Naples over the last few days, and fans were let in very early to help lift their players.
Napoli have not won at home in the Champions League since September, while Real Madrid have just one defeat in 21 Champions League games.
Allan comes in for Zielinski from the first leg while Marko Rog - who impressed in the win at Roma on Saturday - must be content with a place on the substitutes' bench.
Napoli are the top goalscorers in Serie A this season, while Madrid have kept just two clean sheets in their last 13 games. Kick-off is just over half an hour away.
It should be said that Madrid still go into this second leg as favourites, however. Indeed, 57 of Real Madrid's last 58 results results away from home will be enough for them to progress to the last eight.
The only time? A defeat away to Wolfsburg in the quarter-finals last year, which was overturned in the second leg.
Zinedine Zidane has selected the same side which beat Atletico Madrid in last year's final at the San Siro.
It's that big a game. Here's a stat for you. Even though Real Madrid have progressed in each of the last eight Champions League knock-out ties in which they have won the first leg Five changes to the Real Madrid side that won so comfortably at Eibar at the weekend as the usual suspects return.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale were totally missing from the win in the Basque Country, and the deadly duo return along with Toni Kroos, Marcelo and Dani Carvajal - who were all on the bench on Saturday.
No surprises with the Napoli side, who topped their group with 11 points only to be handed a tie with the Champions League holders. Napoli have never made it to the Champions League quarter-finals, and despite two Coppa Italia titles in and , this is arguably the club's biggest game since they won the UEFA Cup in The fans have certainly played their part ahead of the second leg, with around supporters beeping car horns throughout the night outside Madrid's hotel.
They believe they can still go through. The Serie A club went out of the Coppa Italia to Juventus, but their win at Roma at the weekend gives them confidence.
Hello and welcome to Sportsmail's live minute-by-minute coverage of Napoli's clash with Real Madrid in the second leg of the Champions League last After Madrid came from behind to win at the Bernabeu three weeks ago, it's certainly not going to be a straight forward night for the Spaniards in front of a full house in Naples.
Real Madrid continue their pursuit to become the first team to defend the UEFA Champions League title when they look to see off Napoli in their last tie.
The time champions hold a advantage following victory at the Bernabeu in the first leg but will be wary that a defeat at the Stadio San Paolo would see them eliminated on away goals.
Follow all the action to reach the quarter-finals of Europe's elite club competition here. Argos AO. Arsenal Bayern Munich Robben Here's a look at the damage done in fie devastating minutes by Real.
Two set-pieces, two goals. Napoli have it all to do, they need four. Just before then Allan went into the referee's book for a foul on Casemiro. Arsenal Bayern Munich Lewandowski 55 pen.
Benzema shoots into side-netting. Player watch: Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid. Will be play more centrally in the second half?
Here's a look at some of the key stats from the first half. We're into one minute of stoppage time. Here's another look at how Mertens gave Napoli the lead.
Napoli Real Madrid Mertens Have Real weathered the early storm? Arsenal Bayern Munich Walcott The Costa Rican takes no chances and palms the ball around the post.
What do Napoli need to qualify? Where the game will be won and lost Reina gets the ball rolling as soon as he can.
Real Madrid are now happy to slow things down, pick up free-kicks where they can, and make the rest of this game very painful viewing for what had previously been a boisterous Napoli crowd.
The atmosphere has been considerably dimmed by those two huge goals from Sergio Ramos, with Real Madrid now having some comfort in this hostile atmosphere.
The noise has gone, everything has been deflated, with two dead-ball situations seeming to hammer the nails into their Champions League coffin.
The Spain international gets up well again to challenge for a corner, and manages to nod home with the aid of a rather wicked deflection.
Real Madrid are flying again out of nowhere! The hosts try and link up with some one-touch interplay inside the opposition half, but Sergio Ramos is the next Real Madrid defender to telepath the danger and make an interception.
Mertens tries to lead the charge for Napoli on his own, but Pepe steps out of the visiting back four brilliantly to rob the Belgium international of possession.
It just so happens that now they will need two in order to tie this one up. Assist Toni Kroos Kroos curls in a wonderful inswinging corner delivery which Ramos attacks well.
Sergio Ramos is picked out by a corner delivery from the left-hand side, with the visiting captain rising majestically to thump home a close-range header.
The home side are still trying to move the ball at pace and utilise their highly mobile front three, with Real Madrid having little option but to sit back and play it safe.
Mertens tries to cut in from the right this time, but Marcelo denies him. Into the side netting from Benzema! The French striker is picked out on the right-hand side, despite being clearly offside, but can only chop onto his right foot and then pummel a low drive wide of the target.
Reina is fuming with the linesman there. Napoli respond with a quick counter, but Marcelo covers across to defuse the danger and concede a corner — which comes to nothing.
We are underway in the second half at Stadio San Paolo! As it stands, Real Madrid are going through on aggregate, but one Napoli strike would change that entirely.
Napoli have a lead heading into the interval, courtesy of a neat finish from Mertens, leaving this tie in a very interesting position. The hosts have dominate play and the chances, leaving them just a goal shy of going into the next round.
Marcelo and Benzema combine down the left-hand side, before Diawara comes across to cover and put the ball behind for a Real Madrid corner.
Reina punches the set-piece delivery clear, as Napoli continue to look fairly solid defensively. Reina volleys a clearance high upfield, after a poor defensive header looked to put Napoli in trouble.
Ghoulam headed high into the air, with Bale nipping at his heels, forcing the Napoli goalkeeper to race out and pump clear.
With only a few minutes remaining until the interval, things are looking very positive for the Partenopei. Sergio Ramos is forced to make a hurried clearance within his own penalty area, which results in Napoli coming straight back at them and Hamsik forcing a near-post save out of Navas.
Yet again, the hosts get forward, with Allan pushing on, but Mertens is then penalised for shoving Pepe off the ball in his attempts to get in behind the opposition back four.
Wide from Hamsik! The Slovakian midfielder carries the ball forward powerfully and approaches the penalty area with intent, but Pepe puts just enough pressure on to unsettle the Napoli man.
He lines up a shot, but drives the ball both high and wide of the target. The hosts are still threatening regularly.
Insigne goes on a mazy dribble down the left-hand side and manages to win a free-kick right out on the touchline, but Napoli go short rather than gamble on a ball into the box.
Allan stabs a fortuitous ball forwards for the hosts, but Mertens can only race onto it and curl the ball onto the outside of the post!
So close! Napoli win themselves a corner out on the left-hand side, which allows for the hosts to load the box with bodies. Allan brings down Modric cynically in the middle of the park, but the Brazilian midfielder is only given a warning for his trouble.
Real Madrid are pressing just a little higher upfield now, after their original approach gifted Napoli the upper hand. Casemiro balloons a terrible effort a long way over the crossbar, as Real Madrid continue to fire blanks at Stadio San Paolo.
Napoli are just starting to lose momentum a little bit. Mertens dribbles his way down the left-hand side and attempts to skip beyond Pepe, but the Real Madrid centre-back makes a good challenge.
The visitors respond with a break upfield, which sees Ronaldo race into the box! He shoots to the near side of Reina, after the Napoli goalkeeper was taken out by his own defender, and the ball cannons off the post with the goal gaping!
Napoli midfielder Fabian Ruiz is reported to be at the top of Real Madrid's wishlist, Calciomercato reports.
The year-old, who will see his contract with the Italian club expire in , has been catching the eye of teams across Europe thanks to a string of impressive performances in the last few years.
The Spain international has been on the radar of Real and could be the perfect fit for Zinedine Zidane. A meeting took place in October and the player evidently sees Madrid as a favourable destination despite competition from Manchester City and Barcelona.
We hoped you enjoyed following along with us and remind you to check back shortly for the latest transfer rumours, reports and completed deals. That said, the Daily Star reports that Romero has spoken with the club regarding his future and is hopeful the club will honour his request and terminate his contract.
The Argentine goalkeeper had a loan move to Everton blocked on deadline day and has since been linked with a move to both MLS and former Argentine club Racing.
In an interview with Calciomercato , Mohamed Simakan's agent Francesco Di Frisco revealed there was a few clubs in for his client in January.
The highly-rated year-old had a breakthrough season last campaign for Strasbourg and is one to watch come January.
The same outlet reported that United were in Sweden to see the highly-rated youngster in September. Norrkoping chief scout Stig Torbjornsen said: "There has been a lot of interest in Bergmann Johannesson.
It's no secret that clubs are chasing him. The best clubs in Europe have been here for him. I've had discussions with Antonio and all the players as regularly as I can do.
I've always had a positive relationship with him. Everything I do, I do for the club in selections and for the team.
Every week at the minute with the squad we have, sometimes you have to have players out of the squad and it is always big news for everybody.
But we have a very positive relationship. He is in the squad and very much in contention to play. A report from Italy's Calciomercato is linking the Brazilian free agent with an unlikely move to Serie B outfit Monza!
The year-old, who previously had spells in Europe with Milan, Chelsea and Villarreal, was recently released by Sao Paulo. Ambitious Monza have ties to Pato, as owner Silvio Berlusconi and chairman Adriano Galliani were both responsible for brining a then year-old Pato to Milan back in Could Pato, who has also been mentioned with Genoa and Spezia, link up with his former bosses in Italy?
Crazier things have happened Definitely it wasn't my decision, it wasn't a football decision to be fair, I'm very disappointed," Bilic said after West Brom's draw on Monday.
The year-old wing-back, who spent last season on loan at Inter, now is signed with La Viola through Biraghi, who has nine caps for Italy, is off to a bright start this season with Fiorentina with a goal and three assists in just five games.
The Galaxy still seem interested in keeping the Argentina international but due to the pandemic would like to adjust the terms.
Pavon, 24, has been one of the few bright spots for the Galaxy this season, as he leads the team in goals with seven and assists with three.
And if you look at the current market, and even the exchange rates that go around now, from dollar to Argentinian pesos, that that option is obviously at Te Kloese added: "And to be honest, you see an international transfer market currently, and it's been smashed, completely smashed.
There's hardly any transfers or big transfers coming in, going out anywhere. I think everybody's in a waiting game to see what goes [on with COVID] and how long this actually goes and how our next season would look like.
And when we can actually get some income back into our into our business. Thuram, 23, is the son of France legend Lilian Thuram but is an attacking player, unlike his father, and had 14 goals and nine assists in all competitions last season.