The New York Times
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It’s set in the great city of Istanbul.
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With 28 matches played, Efes Istanbul were leading the league with 24 wins and four defeats, ahead of Barcelona and Real Madrid, who had both won 22 matches.
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Reds fans call it the 'Miracle of Istanbul' and this is how it is remembered by the players, pundits and supporters who were there.
· From ‘dust’ to glory, Liverpool’s ‘miracle’ of Istanbul →
The English side were underdogs before kick-off in Istanbul despite edging out Chelsea in the semi-finals and a strong Juventus outfit in the last eight, but were completely written off when 3-0 down at half-time in their bid for a fifth European Cup.
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Moovit's advantage though is that data points gathered from its huge user base provides real-time data for thousands of transit operators worldwide in cities where Google does not, such as Hong Kong, Istanbul, Madrid and Paris.
· 'I miss my homeland': fearful Uighurs celebrate Eid in exile in Turkey →
Istanbul has become world’s largest diaspora hub for Uighurs fleeing Chinese persecution