Spending by English clubs dwarfs outlay in Europe’s other major leagues, fueled by the Premier League’s massive television rights deals.
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Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur top their respective pools at the group phase's halfway point and all are currently unbeaten.Between 2005 and 2012, England produced eight Champions League finalists and three champions in Liverpool (2005), Manchester United (2008) and Chelsea (2012).Since Chelsea's backs-to-the-wall triumph over Bayern Munich in 2012, only two English teams have reached the last four – Chelsea in 2014 and Manchester City in 2016 .Spurs came away from defending champions Real Madrid with a creditable 1-1 draw Tuesday, with City defeating in-form Serie A leaders Napoli 2-1 on the same night.Mauricio Pochettino has drilled Spurs into one of the slickest teams in Europe in his three years at the club, while two years under Jurgen Klopp's stewardship have turned Liverpool into a highly dynamic team.
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