REAL MADRID face Granada as they look to keep up the pressure in a terrific La Liga title race.Zinedine Zidane's side are right in the mix as they look to defend the title they won last season.FREE BETS: GET OVER £2,000 IN SIGN UP OFFERS HERE Lifting the trophy this campaign would be huge for the under-fire Frenchman, who saw his side crash out of the Champions League to Chelsea.
MARCELO has reportedly been axed from Real Madrid’s squad for tomorrow’s match against Granada after a bust-up with Zinedine Zidane over his tactics.The veteran Brazilian defender was left off the matchday list for Thursday’s crunch LaLiga clash away from home.Marcelo’s absence raised fears he could have picked up an injury, with regular left-back Ferland Mendy already ruled out for the rest of the season.
Real Madrid travel to Granada for a La Liga clash on Thursday.Kick off is at 22:00 CEST.Ahead of the game at Nuevo Los Carmenes, 'Los Blancos' have been at training at Valdebebas.They are without Ferland Mendy who is injured.Take a look at footage from the training session in the video above!
Real Madrid travel to Granada for a La Liga clash on Thursday.Kick off is at 22:00 CEST.Ahead of the game at Nuevo Los Carmenes, Zinedine Zidane previewed the game.Have a listen to his comments in the video above!Real Madrid won 2-0 against Granada earlier in the season, but the Andalusians stunned Barca just a couple of weeks ago so Zidane knows he is in for a tough contest.
Real Madrid will aim to keep their La Liga title hopes alive when they pay a visit to mid-table Granada on Thursday evening.Both sides are dealing with injury crises before gameweek 36 gets underway, and here Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest team news for the two clubs.
Real Betis 2-1 Granada: Manuel Pelligrini's side open up two-point gap to Unai Emery's Villarreal in chase for Europa League football as Borja Iglesias brace downs Granada
Manuel Pelligrini's Real Betis took a big step in sealing Europa League football after a Borja Iglesias brace saw off Granada in LaLiga.Iglesias gave Betis the lead before the break after coolly slotting home following good work from Aitor Ruibal Garcia.The visitors equalised with half an hour remaining after Darwin Machis latched onto a defensive error to finish beyond Claudio Bravo and drew his side level.
Barcelona will be without Ronald Koeman for their game this weekend after the Dutchman saw his touchline ban upheld which he has taken personally Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman believes the decision to ban him from the touchline for two matches is "personal" The 58-year-old was shown a red card against Granada last week for saying “what a character” to the match official González Fuertes.
(Reuters) - Spain's government said on Thursday a U.S. proposal to waive patents on coronavirus vaccines signals the "way forward" but will not be enough to guarantee supplies to developing countries.Such a suspension of intellectual property rights will take time to be approved and, in the meantime, pharmaceutical companies should be flexible in granting voluntary licences, it said in a statement.
Skeletons of up to four people are the first human remains unearthed at a mass grave in Spain and were likely killed by the Franco regime in 1936
The remains of three or four people thought to have been shot by the Franco regime as part of its coup to take control of Spain in 1936 have been unearthed.A team from the University of Granada has been working since the start of April to excavate mass graves in the Barranco de Viznar, just north of the city of Granada.
Ronald Koeman was involved in an altercation with the fourth official which resulted in him being shown a red card as Barcelona suffered a shock defeat by Granada at Camp Nou Ronald Koeman has blasted the "rude" fourth official he clashed with during Barcelona's defeat by Granada, while the wisecrack which led to his sending off has emerged.
'Unpardonable!': Spanish media lay into Barcelona after shock home defeat as Granada 'set LaLiga race on fire' with the title now out of their hands on a disaster night at the Nou Camp
Barcelona were given a scathing verdict by the Spanish papers after their home collapse against Granada saw them surrender the chance to keep the LaLiga title race in their own hands.Ronald Koeman's men were labelled 'unpardonable' by Mundo Deportivo after allowing the visitors to come from behind after Lionel Messi's opener, with Darwin Machis and Jorge Molina netting late in the second half to stun the Catalan outfit.
By Press Association 2021 Barcelona’s title hopes suffered a shock setback as Granada hit back from a half-time deficit to win 2-1 and end a run of 24 successive league defeats against the Catalan giants at the Nou Camp.Lionel Messi’s 26th league goal of the season appeared to have put Barca on course for a victory that would have lifted them above Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid and into top spot in LaLiga.
Barcelona 1-2 Granada: Barca miss chance to go top despite Lionel Messi netting 26th league goal this season after pledging future to the club as visitors come from behind to claim first ever LaLiga victory at the Nou Camp after losing previous 24 games
Barcelona suffered a shock 2-1 home defeat by Granada on Thursday, conceding two second-half goals to blow the chance of moving top of La Liga.The result was a body blow for Barca, who had lost just once in their previous 22 league games and no longer have the destiny of the title in their own hands.
Barcelona suffered a shock 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Granada on Thursday night with Lionel Messi’s goal in vain as the Camp Nou giants let their LaLiga title advantage slip away.Barca headed into the home clash knowing that if they kept a perfect record between now and the end of the season, they would have been champions.
Barcelona missed the chance to move to the top of La Liga as Granada produced a sensational second half comeback to claim a 2-1 win at Camp Nou.Ronald Koeman’s side had won 15 of their last 17 league matches, a run which has seen them enter title contention, but two goals in 16 minutes from Granada keeps the Catalans in third place, two points off Atletico Madrid and level on points with Real Madrid.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has apologised to Roma fans after the Manchester United manager claimed he “did not know” the Italian club and “had not seen them play”.Solskjaer’s comments, following United’s quarter-final win over Granada earlier this month, sparked anger in Rome, and hardline supporters put up posters of the Norwegian with the slogan: ‘Make sure he remembers us’.