Champions League: Controversy as Aaron Ramsey 'steals' Cristiano Ronaldo goal

2:15 p.m. ET, November 6, 2019

Should Ramsey have touched the ball home?

The debate over whether Aaron Ramsey needed to touch the ball into the net after the Lokomotiv goalkeeper had spilled the ball has lit up social media.

The ball appeared destined for the net after Cristiano Ronaldo's free-kick had squirmed its way towards goal. Ramsey just wanted to make sure.

Wonder what Ronaldo makes of it? Gary Lineker, previously one of the most lethal forwards inside the six-yard box, has his own thoughts.

2:15 p.m. ET, November 6, 2019

Andre Gomes: "Everything went well"

Everton midfielder Andre Gomes has thanked supporters for all their messages of support after sustaining a dreadful ankle injury in last weekend's draw with Tottenham.

The Portuguese star was taken off the field on a stretcher after suffering an injury that left some of his fellow professionals in tears.

Gomes has undergone surgery and is now back at home with his family. You can listen to his message by clicking on the tweet below.

2:07 p.m. ET, November 6, 2019

Great save!

Bayern has started this second half looking far more dangerous.

However, the home side is still having trouble breaking down a resilient Olympiacos defense from open play and its best chance of a breakthrough comes from yet another set piece.

This time Joshua Kimmmich's brilliant free kick is met at the far post by Leon Goretzka -- who must have thought he'd scored -- but goalkeeper Jose Sa reacted sharply from point-blank range to punch the ball away.

2:04 p.m. ET, November 6, 2019

No Neymar? No problem for PSG

Paris-Saint Germain can qualify for the last 16 tonight with victory over Belgian side Club Brugge.

Kylian Mbappe scored a hat-trick in the 5-0 win against the Belgians a fortnight ago after coming off the bench in the second half.

Mbappe starts tonight alongside Mauro Icardi and Angel Di Maria.

Neymar misses out through injury.

1:50 p.m. ET, November 6, 2019

Halftime: Lokomotiv Moscow 1-1 Juventus

It's all square at the break in Moscow.

Aaron Ramsey's early strike gave Juventus the lead only for Aleksei Miranchuk to level it up 10 minute later.

It has been far from a vintage display from Maurizio Sarri's team.

Remember, victory for Juventus will send the Italian club through to the knockout stage.

Here's how Juve's performance is going down on social media so far.

1:47 p.m. ET, November 6, 2019

Halftime: Bayern 0-0 Olympiacos

Bayern Munich goes within a whisker of taking the lead just before halftime!

Joshua Kimmich whips a corner into the box that deflects off Robert Lewandowski's head and into Benjamin Pavard's face.

Benjamin Pavard's header hits the post late on.
Benjamin Pavard's header hits the post late on. Photo by Sebastian Widmann/Bongarts/Getty Images

The Frenchman knew very little about it but the ball strikes the outside of the post.

There aren't any boos from the crowd as the halftime whistle blows, but there aren't many cheers either.

Bayern will need to improve considerably in the second half to get its disgruntled fans onside.

1:32 p.m. ET, November 6, 2019

Fancy a stat?

Aaron Ramsey's goal for Juventus making some history this evening.

1:31 p.m. ET, November 6, 2019

Bayern frustrated

Bayern Munich has totally dominated possession inside the opening 30 minutes ... though done very little with it.

Aside from one David Alaba error that almost gifted Olympiacos a goal, the Greek side has barely left its own half -- but so far goalkeeper Jose Sa has only been forced to make one save from Leon Goretzka's long-range shot.

There is a strangely subdued atmosphere inside the Allianz Arena, with the Bayern fans yet to really find their voice.

Thomas Mueller and co. have been frustrated so far by Olympiacos.
Thomas Mueller and co. have been frustrated so far by Olympiacos. CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP via Getty Images

1:19 p.m. ET, November 6, 2019

Liverpool to welcome Seán Cox for City clash

Liverpool has confirmed that it will welcome Seán Cox to Anfield for Sunday’s Premier League clash with Manchester City.

It will be the first time Cox has watched a game at Anfield since suffering serious injuries after being attacked in Rome in April 2018 while following the club in the Champions League.

Liverpool fans have rallied to support the Cox family with a legends charity match in April raising €748,000 ($828,000) for the Seán Cox Rehabilitation Trust.

Liverpool's players hold a tribute to Liverpool fan Sean Cox, following the 2018 Champions League semi-final second leg match against Roma.
Liverpool's players hold a tribute to Liverpool fan Sean Cox, following the 2018 Champions League semi-final second leg match against Roma. Paul Ellis/Getty Images

Here's what Liverpool CEO Peter Moore told the club's website:

"We’re delighted to welcome Seán and his family back to Anfield. 
“I am sure it will be an emotional return the family; however, the club has worked closely with the Cox family to ensure that their visit is made as easy as possible, and that they are given all the space and comfort that they need.
“The way that our fans have supported Seán and the Cox family is a testament to their commitment to the LFC family, and we know this will be the case again on Sunday.”