Bayer Leverkusen are looking to complete the upset as they travel to Spain to face Atletico Madrid at Estadio Vicente Calderon in the second leg of their UEFA Champions League match. The match is on March 17, 2015, and starts at 3:45 p.m. ET. The game can be watched online through live stream (details below).
In their first meeting at BayArena, Bayer got a surprise result as Hakan Çalhanoğlu scored the match's only goal in the 57th minute. It was an intense affair as five Bayer players were cautioned, while Atletico had four of their own, including a red card on Tiago for getting his second booking. Diego Godin also had a booking in the match and, as a result, the two stars will not be available to play in the second leg.
As far as injuries are concerned, Saúl Ñíguez is out for Atletico due to a back injury, while Robbie Kruse will not take part for Bayer as he is recovering from an ankle knock. more >>
Harry Styles is single again as it has been reported that Nadine Leopold broke up with the One Direction member.
According to Hollywood Life, the model split from Styles because she allegedly feared that he could be unfaithful to her, though the reports are currently unconfirmed.
"Harry is constantly being swarmed by gorgeous women," a source told the website. "Making matters worse is that Harry is a major flirt. Most of the time, it's harmless and he's just being playful, but it definitely affected Nadine." more >>
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, of the famous Italian luxury industry fashion house Dolce & Gabbana, and who were at one time in romantic relationship with each other, declared that they believe in "the traditional family." Singer Elton John and gay activist groups are reacting by calling for a boycott of the designers.
"The family is not a fad. In it there is a supernatural sense of belonging," Gabbana told Panorama magazine, according to First Things.
Dolce added that procreation has to be "an act of love." more >>
BBC renewed the third season run of the psychological crime drama television series "The Fall", according to reports. The series stars Gillian Anderson as a senior police detective who pursues a serial killer, played by Jamie Dornan.
Gillian Anderson is known for her role in the "X-files" TV series and more recently as Hannibal Lecter's psychotherapist in the series "Hannibal." Jamie Dornan comes back to the series fresh from his role as Christian Grey in the box-office hit "Fifty Shades of Grey."
The series is set in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Variety reported. Gillian Anderson's character is Metropolitan Police Superintendent Stella Gibson, who gets seconded to the Police Service of Northern Ireland in order to take over the investigation of a murder which has gone unsolved for more than 28 days. more >>
The due date for Kate Middleton's new baby comes ever closer, but the Duchess is keeping herself busy. This week she visited the set of the popular British period drama "Downton Abbey".
Ahead of the Duchess of Cambridge's visit, actor Hugh Bonneville told reporters, "We're all very excited. Mrs. Patmore is baking a cake and we're all bringing in sandwiches. It's going to be a show and tell day."
Actress Joanne Froggatt, tweeted about the visit shortly before the Duchess' arrival as she wrote, "Ooooo, we've got an exciting day ahead on the Downton set, a very special visitor popping in." more >>
Pope Francis said Friday he doesn't mind being pope, and that he thinks his papacy will not last for more than four or five years. He also said he would like to go to a pizzeria for a pizza without attracting a big crowd.
While the Roman Catholic pope traditionally serves until death, Francis told a Mexican TV station, Televista, that he feels "my pontificate will be brief: four or five years; I do not know, even two or three."