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Doctor Who UEFA Champions League Edition



On Tuesday the UEFA Champions League returned to action.

The club with the most goals scored following the second game of their two-match series advances to tho the quarterfinals. In the first match, Borussia Dortmund beat FC Shakhtar Donetsk 3-0 and 5-2 on aggregate to advance to the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals for the first time in 15 years.

Doctor Who celebrates 50 years later this year. (Image Credit: BBC America)

Doctor Who celebrates 50 years later this year. (Image Credit: BBC America)

In the second match that day, Real Madrid went to Manchester United’s home of Old Trafford and walked away with a two victory and 3-2 on aggregate to also advance to the quarterfinals. It was a match where Madrid had a 68-percent ball possession and they had scored all three goals.

After Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos scored an own goal in the 48th minute to give United a 1-0 lead, Madrid scored two goals in a three minute span. Luka Modric’s goal in the 66th minute followed by Cristiano Ronald’s game winner in the 69th minute was enough for Madrid to advance.

The Doctor (right) is joined by his new companion Clara. (BBC Worldwide)

The Doctor (right) is joined by his new companion Clara. (BBC Worldwide)

Wednesday’s Results

Juventus defeated Celtic ‎2-0 and advanced to the quarterfinals.

PSG tied Valencia 1-1 and due to a 3-2 aggregate score, they advanced to the quarterfinals.

I also wanted to utilize this article to remind of you Whovians out that Doctor Who returns March 30, 8:00pm ET on BBC AMERICA. The organization just sent us the first images of the upcoming season.

For those of you wondering why I’m posting Doctor Who images is because the same way we have readers who are wrestling fans, we also have readers who love soccer and the Doctor. Besides, how many online sports publications will have Doctor Who images that BBC America has given permission to utilize?

Twitter: #DoctorWho (Image Credit: BBC America)

Twitter: #DoctorWho (Image Credit: BBC America)

If you’ve never watched an episode of Doctor Who, please do so. Learn about the Doctor and his blue Police Box time machine and spacecraft recognized worldwide as the TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimension in Space).

It’s an amazing show that will be celebrating it’s 50th anniversary later this year. Matt Smith, who currently plays the Eleventh Doctor at one time had aspirations of being a professional footballer.

He played for the youth teams of Northampton Town F.C., Nottingham Forest F.C. and Leicester City F.C and after a back injury, he was introduced to acting by his drama teacher. His favorite club are the Blackburn Rovers.

With the new season of Doctor Who right around the corner, I’ll do my best to include photos throughout my articles from time to time. Thank you and enjoy your soccer matches and watching the Doctor.


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