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VICE Sports World News Roundup: April 14, 2016

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April 14, 2016, 1:09pm
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Good morning, America. It's April 14, 2016. Welcome to the VICE Sports World News Roundup. Be sure to stop by every morning for more headlines from around the world.

In the Champions League, Bayern tied Benfica 2-2. The Bavarians move on with a 3-2 aggregate win. In Spain, Atletico beat Barcelona 2-0, knocking the Catalan giants out of the competition.

By Barca's standards, the team and Messi are in a slump of historic proportions. Messi hasn't scored or assisted a goal in a few games now.

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This is the 1st time Barcelona has been shut out in back-to-back matches in 2 years (April 2014). — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter)April 13, 2016

Didier Drogba might be in a bit of trouble. The Daily Mail alleges that just £14,000 of some £1.7 million raised by Drogba's charity has actually gone to helping people. The Charity Commission, a UK watchdog, is also concerned something isn't right in Drogba's house. Drogba, for his part, issued the following statement:

Statement : — Didier Drogba (@didierdrogba)April 14, 2016

Manchester United beat West Ham 2-1 in the FA Cup. Mark Noble was not having any of that time wasting.

The Warriors are now the winningest team in NBA history. Congrats!

Your friendly reminder that tonight's must-watch match is the second leg of Dortmund - Liverpool in the Europa League. The tie is all square at 1-1 on aggregate.

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Kobe somehow scored 60 points last night in his final game before retiring. The Lakers even won!

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