Shakhtar Donetsk put on an impressive display in the Champions League knockout stages.
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In 2014, the club moved to Lviv, close to Ukraine's western border with Poland, but the local crowd – that favors their own top-flight side, Karpaty – was often openly hostile to the Donetsk team or ignored their games all together.Shakhtar, the only club from the eastern Europe in the Champions League knockout stage, will host Roma at the 40,000-seat Metalist Kharkiv stadium.Shakhtar have had a lack of match practice because of a two-month winter break but warmed up for the Champions League meeting in style by thrashing Chornomorets Odesa 5-0 Friday when the domestic league resumed.In doing so, Shakhtar broke Pep Guardiola's side's 28-match unbeaten run.
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