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    Sentences for1999–2000 UEFA Champions League

    • The club enjoyed their best Champions League performances in the 1999–2000 and 2001–02 seasons, reaching the now-defunct second group stage on both occasions.AC Sparta Prague-Wikipedia
    • Even though he had a strained relationship with Van Gaal, Rivaldo went on to score 10 goals in the season's Champions League as the club reached the semi-finals.Rivaldo-Wikipedia
    • Parma finished fourth in Serie A, which allowed them to reach the playoff round of the UEFA Champions League, although they were relegated to the UEFA Cup after losing to Rangers.Gianluigi Buffon-Wikipedia
    • During the 1999–2000 season, Feyenoord participated in the Champions League for the second time.Feyenoord-Wikipedia
    • In Del Bosque's first season in charge Real won the Champions League for the eighth time, following a 3–0 victory over Valencia in the final, with goals from Morientes, McManaman and Raúl.Real Madrid CF-Wikipedia
    • Rangers' campaign in the Champions League saw them defeat UEFA Cup winners Parma en route.Rangers F.C.-Wikipedia

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