#QUIZ360: Test your Champions League semi-final knowledge

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • G+
  • Mail
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • G+
  • WhatsApp
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn
Scroll down to take the quiz.

Ahead of this week’s Champions League semi-finals, we decided to take a look back at years gone by from the same stage of the competition.

Included in this feast of European football trivia is a relegated Premier League team’s remarkable record and some incredible consistency from the German teams.

Best of luck and remember to share with us your scores when prompted at the end of the quiz and by using #360fans across social media.

Most popular

#360podcast: UCL semi preview & EPL’s most disappointing XI

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • G+
  • Mail
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • G+
  • WhatsApp
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn

Sport360’s Barny Read is this week joined by Sport360.com columnist Phil Ball, Sport360 deputy editor James Piercy and reporter Matt Monaghan to talk all things international and local football.

Up for discussion are the Champions League semi-finals that kick-off this week as well as James’ picks for the most disappointing XI in the Premier League, via Phil’s beans in his Sociedad bunker and Matt’s thoughts on the AGL award nominations released this week.

The guys also take on our first thirty second challenge as they regale us with tales of the footballing stadia and teams that forged their allegiances and made them fall in love with the beautiful game.

We want to hear your own shouts for most disappointing EPL XI as well as the places you flock to like a weekly call to prayer so please do comment below and use #360podcast across social media.

Most popular

Monaco fail to retake second after Rennes draw

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • G+
  • Mail
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • G+
  • WhatsApp
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn
Monaco's Argentinian forward Guido Carillo (R) reacts after missing an opportunity to score next to Rennes' French defender Sylvain Armand (2nd R) during the French L1 football match Rennes against Monaco on April 24, 2016 at the Roazhon park stadium in Rennes, western France. AFP PHOTO / DAMIEN MEYER / AFP / DAMIEN MEYER (Photo credit should read DAMIEN MEYER/AFP/Getty Images)

Giovanni Sio scored on 80 mins as Stade Rennais FC drew 1-1 at home to AS Monaco, which further dented the visitors’ hopes of a top-two finish.

Olympique Lyonnais had moved a point ahead of Monaco prior to the match thanks to their 3-2 win at Toulouse FC 24 hours earlier.

However, things started well for the visitors. Andrea Raggi’s quickly-taken thrown-in was superbly flicked across the goal by Nabil Dirar, where Helder Costa was all alone to finish the move.

Traoré might have given Monaco the all-important second goal that would have earned them steer away with the win, but he could not find the target.










Danijel Subasic was called into action when Kamil Grosicki rifled a free-kick towards him but, following his parry, crisis was averted.


Sio then pounced opportunistically on Jérémie Boga’s pass to equalise from close range. Costil won another one-on-one with the luckless Traoré before Fabinho was denied by some brave blocks from the home defence in a frantic goalmouth scramble in added time.




Most popular

Related Sections