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VICE Sports World News Roundup: March 17, 2016

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Good morning, America. It's March 17, 2016. Welcome to the VICE Sports World News Roundup. Be sure to stop every morning for more headlines from around the world.

To the surprise of nobody, Barcelona beat Arsenal. The score was 3-1 (5-1 aggregate).

Yesterday's Champions League action was far better than Tuesday's. Bayern managed to beat Juventus 4-2 after Juve went up 2-0, which must have scared the home fans quite a bit. In the end, Bayern went through 6-2 on aggregate. Here's a look at Thiago Alcantara's contribution:


Interestingly, had Juventus won, the Premier League would have lost its fourth Champions League spot.

In the wake of the weird FIFA affair, in which Germany may have bought the hosting rights to the 2006 World Cup through Franz Beckenbauer and other intermediaries, Sky has ended its relationship with the German legend.

Chelsea brass is reportedly considering canceling Alexandre Pato's contract. They were maybe the only people on earth who thought it was a good idea to sign him in the first place, so this isn't such a surprise.

Roy Keane said some funny things about Manchester City. He said watching the team recently had been "torture" and that he "wouldn't go and watch them play in my back garden." Nice of you to stop by, Roy!

Leicester City's Danny Drinkwater has been called up to the England squad for the first time. You can find the rest of the England squad here.

PSV Eindhoven is distancing itself from the fans who made some beggars in Madrid fight with each other and do push-ups for some spare change.

Photo of the Day

Serena Williams is feeling it at Indian Wells.


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