Bayern Munich pulled off a stunning turnaround in their Champions League quarter-final last night.They beat Porto 6-1, which made up for a 3-1 reverse in the first leg, and meant a 7-4 aggregate win for the Germans.Barcelona beat Paris St Germain 2-0, which is 5-1 over the two games. In tonight’s action, the two Madrid teams are 0-0 overall ahead of Real hosting the second leg, while Juventus have a 1-0 advantage heading into their game at Monaco.Both of tonight’s games kick off at 7.45.
The media accreditation process for the Ghana-Zambia 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier has opened, the National Sports Authority (NSA) has announced.A statement fron the Public Relations Directorate of the NSA said media personnel interested in attending the match are to apply immediately.“Applicants must submit a passport size photograph each and duly signed official application letters addressed to NSA’s Head of Public Relations, Hamah Hamid Issakah.“Media houses based in Accra and nearby regions are to apply for their credentials from August 26-29, 2013, at the Ohene Djan Sports Stadium, in Accra.“Kumasi-based applicants and their counterparts from nearby regions are also to send their applications to NSA’s Ashanti Regional Director, Saka Acquaye, at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium, in Kumasi.“Radio and Print media houses will have two slots, respectively, while the Television Stations get 5 credentials, apiece, except the Live Telecast right holders,” the statement said. The collection of media accreditation tags has been scheduled for Friday, August 30, 2013, in Accra, and on Wednesday, September 4, in Kumasi.The match will take place on Friday, September 6 at the Baba Yara Stadium.
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