UEFA Champions League semi-final updates: 4-10 May

UEFA.com's team of reporters bring you the latest news from the four teams standing.

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Three of the four sides in the UEFA Champions League semi-final action this week won at the week, with Juventus having most to celebrate after claiming a fourth successive Serie A title. Barcelona put eight past Córdoba CF but Real Madrid stayed in touch at the top of the Liga with a 3-2 victory at Sevilla. A much-changed Bayern were beaten 2-0 at Leverkusen, but had already secured the Bundesliga title.

One bright spot for Bayern in their defeat was the return of Javi Martínez, who made his first appearance since 13 August after a knee injury.

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