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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 Sutton: Reina is going to need to have an enormous game. Napoli fans arrive early What happened in the first leg?
They all start up front, with Marek Hamsik looking to pull the strings in midfield. A night of high drama at the Stadio San Paolo?
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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!
Insigne dribbles his way into space on the edge of the box, but a low drive from the Italian is gathered up with ease by Navas.
Real Madrid look a little bit stunned, here, as this atmosphere may well be an additional factor on an already tough evening for Los Blancos.
It is incredibly hostile. The hosts now only need one goal of their own and a clean sheet to get into the next round of the Champions League. Real Madrid have got no choice now but to grab themselves an away goal to ease their nerves.
Napoli play their way forward from midfield, before Hamsik stabs a neat and incisive pass in behind for the Belgian to chase.
He scampers into the area and then fires a low finish across the goalkeeper and into the back of the net. Game on!
Bale gets into the Napoli penalty area once again, but Koulibaly stands up the Wales international brilliantly. He uses his strength well to force the Real Madrid winger out to the flank, before shepherding the ball behind for a goal-kick.
Great defending. It is all Napoli in these early stages, with Real Madrid struggling to mount anything more than fleeting counter-attacks.
Sarri will want his side to continue with this urgency, they need a quick goal. Bale is causing the problems in the early stages for the visitors, but Hamsik is the man to track back this time and prevent the ex-Tottenham wide man from whipping in a cross.
Moments later, it is Bale who threatens again after taking a lofted pass down beautifully. He cuts inside Ghoulam and onto his left foot, but shoots tamely at the goalkeeper.
Napoli continue to move the ball from right to left, and then back again, as they probe for an opening. Hamsik eventually tries his luck from range once again, but the Slovakia international drags a shot across goal and just wide of the right-hand post.
Unlucky for the hosts, who continue to pile pressure onto their opponents. Real Madrid must be hoping that if they can close out the nervy early stages, everything will settle down.
Bale drives down the right, before picking out Kroos on the edge of the box, but the Germany international can only lash a volleyed effort straight at Reina.
Navas is force to push the ball behind for a corner, after getting low down to his right-hand side to parry a shot from Insigne away from danger.
Sergio Ramos makes a vital interception on the edge of his own penalty area, as Callejon looked to burst beyond his compatriot.
Real Madrid head up the other end and release Bale down the right, but the Welshman can only just about wriggle free of Ghoulam to deliver a cross.
Benzema is the target of the eventual delivery, but it comes to nothing, with the Frenchman bumping into Ronaldo. The away side continue to dig in and not commit too many players forward, as Napoli have this game by the scruff of the neck already.
Insigne finds Hamsik on the edge of the box, but the Slovakian midfielder opts to pass wide rather than shoot.
Ronaldo tracks back to get an important foot in ahead of Allan. Eventually, Real Madrid hoof long to relieve the pressure. Napoli win a corner on the right-hand side, but Navas gets across to cover his near post well and punch the inswinging ball behind for a consecutive set-piece.
The second corner is cleared by the first man. 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.
That form attracted Manchester United and Liverpool, with the Premier League champions reportedly checking on his progress.
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I said he was a great player, I was talking about it with Albert Soler, with whom I consider that he had a good personal relationship, but again, professionally we could not work together because I was not allowed.
Barca also evidently passed on signing Haaland before he moved to FC Salzburg and then Borussia Dortmund to become a global star.
But at the club, they told me no, that he didn't have the Barca profile. But if you do not have the responsibility to execute this because it has been given to others, you cannot do anything.
I was separated. However he left the club under a cloud in August and is taking Barca to court in December over his exit.
Rudiger, 27, was left out of the squad for six of the club's first seven games of the season and looked set to leave in the summer. Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham were both reportedly keen on sealing a loan move for the Germany international but he stated put at the end of the window.
And now "following constructive talks with Lampard, it is understood he will be involved in first-team matters with more regularity.
Tebas does not believe Spanish football is in decline. Barca lost to Bayern Munich in last season's Champions League quarter final while Atletico fell at Bayern in their Champions League group opener last week and Real Madrid lost at home to Shakhtar.
Tebas said: "I've heard it so many times. A few years back there was talk of a cycle change and then Barca and Madrid won many titles.
We can't always win the Champions League. We were accustomed to the best caviar and when you get one that is not Iranian and it's Russian, we don't think it's as good.
In order to say that you have lost value, we would have to experience what Italy has gone through, which is to have gone through eight years in which practically a team hasn't reached a [continental] final.
But he has made only four substitute appearances in the Premier League and was not used in the draw against Chelsea on Saturday. That's shocking for your rhythm.
But as a top player you have to be critical and look at the chances of playing when you sign for a new club. Donny should have waited for better prospects and signed for another club.
No, that's bull Then you shouldn't go to Manchester United, but wait with it or for another club. You have to want to play football every week, and such a club is then bad for your career.
The year-old Italy international, in his sixth season at Milan, has yet to sign an extension with the Rossoneri and is a reported target of both Manchester United and Manchester City.
Asked about Donnarumma's future, former Milan captain Maldini told Sky : "Gigi is our reference point. He is a true captain alongside [Alessio] Romagnoli and he is a leader in this team.
For the time being we have started our season like this but the club will try to keep him with all of our strength. Musa, 28, leaves the Riyadh club with two years remaining of the four-year contract he signed when he joined from Leicester City.
He said that the decision to leave was entirely his own but both parties had come to an amicable, mutual understanding. The Nigerian is now a free agent, which means he can join a new club immediately, and he told ESPN that his agent was "talking with some clubs in Europe.
Both Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus have been ruled out of Tuesday's Champions League tie against Marseille, with the pair unlikely to return until after November's international break.