On 10 April 2018, AS Roma shocked the world by overturning a three-goal deficit against Barcelona at Stadio Olimpico, staging one of the greatest comebacks in Champions League history.Many thought an act as dramatic or unexpected could never be repeated, but one team used that famous night as rocket fuel for their own mini-miracle.
Following Real Madrid’s vital victory in El Clasico, the LaLiga title race has become one of the closest EVER… and after the fizzling out of Atletico’s early season sparkle, which Spanish giant is now best equipped to lift the crown?LaLiga title race is going down to the wire in the reaming weeks of the season Real Madrid are the form side, yet the title is still in Atletico Madrid’s hands Sportsmail analyses which side is best equipped to scoop the coveted crown REPORT: Real Madrid beat Barcelona in El Clasico to go TOP of the LaLiga table With just over a month’s worth of action remaining, the LaLiga title race has arguably never been closer.
Real Madrid square off against Liverpool in the Champions League on Wednesday evening having enjoyed their best week of the season.Los Blancos impressed during the first leg of their quarter-final tie with the Premier League outfit, claiming a deserved 3-1 victory in Madrid.Four days later, Zinedine Zidane witnessed his side edge out domestic rivals Barcelona, earning a result which has kept the club in the La Liga title race.
Real Madrid hit their ‘physical limit’ with El Clasico triumph ahead of Liverpool trip Real Madrid hung on to clinch a 2-1 victory in El Clasico on Saturday evening, a result which moved them to the summit of LaLiga, at least temporarily, ahead of their trip to Anfield.
Mino Raiola plans to make Erling Haaland deal 'biggest in football history', 2x bigger wages than Leo Messi
Mino Raiola is on a mission to make Erling Haaland the highest-paid player in football history after his future move to any European giant, as per The Mirror.It’s said that the super-agent wants to secure a humongous contract for Haaland which will earn the striker £1m-A-WEEK – something no other footballer has managed so far.
La Liga’s title race has turned red-hot in the aftermath of El Clasico according to Diario Sport.Barcelona faltered at Valdebebas and Real Madrid added a pivotal three points, key in their ambitions domestically.Atletico Madrid play Real Betis in Seville this evening, with the pressure well and truly on.
1st half The opening 15 minutes of the Real Madrid game couldn't have gone worse for Barcelona, as they conceded an early goal after Jordi Alba got easily beaten on the left flank.Besides, Ronald Araujo and Marc-Andre ter Stegen could have done a better job at stopping Karim Benzema.
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Luca Zidane’s life continues to go very fast.Last season, the son of the Real Madrid coach experienced first hand the relegation to the Spanish Second Division B with Racing de Santander and, this year, despite his great performances at Rayo Vallecano, does not finish imposing on the Madrid team.
Real Madrid play the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final on Wednesday (9:00pm CEST).After the LaLiga win over Barcelona, the team completed their first training session at Real Madrid City ahead of their Champions League quarter-final second leg clash with Liverpool at Anfield (Wednesday, 9:00pm CEST).
Don't be fooled by the red card - Casemiro put in a top notch performance against Barcelona.The Real Madrid midfielder was one of the main reasons Lionel Messi's Clasico drought stretched to its seventh game.Casemiro won all of his aerial duels and made more interceptions and tackles than any other player on the pitch.
After the defeat in the Clásico against Real Madrid, the focus now turns to the Copa del Rey.Next Saturday at 9.30pm CEST, Barça and Athletic Club will face each other in the final at La Cartuja Stadium in Seville.Here's a look at the training plan for the week (all times CEST): Monday, 12 April 11.00am: Training - Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper Tuesday, 13 April 11.00am: Training - Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper Wednesday, 14 April Rest Thursday, 15 April 11.00am: Training - Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper Friday, 16 April 6.00pm/8.00pm: Training - La Cartuja Stadium Saturday, 17 April 11.00am: Training - Ciutat Esportiva Real Betis 9.30pm: Barça - Athletic Club - La Cartuja Stadium Sunday, 18 April Rest
Lionel Messi and Jesus Gil Manzano, the referee who replaced the injured Antonio Mateu Lahoz at the last minute for last night’s Clasico, had a heated exchange during the game according to Mundo Deportivo.Messi’s Barcelona lost the game, ceding ground in the title race and giving Real Madrid’s charge life.
Real Madrid won El Clasico against their great rivals Barcelona, but as a result are traveling to face Liverpool in the Champions League with serious injury problems, note Diario AS.Lucas Vazquez came off after a heavy clash with Sergio Busquets, while Toni Kroos and Fede Valverde also were substituted with knocks.
Before Saturday night’s Clasico at Valdebebas, all the domestic power seemed to lie at Barcelona.Now, as noted by Marca, it’s clear that it instead lies at Real Madrid.Zinedine Zidane’s men have, once again, won when it really counted, and saw their third consecutive Clasico victory take them above Barcelona in La Liga.
Brighton boss Graham Potter regards Carlo Ancelotti as one of football's great coaches and expects Everton to become stronger and stronger under his leadership.Ancelotti is close to completing his first full season at Goodison Park having previously managed Juventus, AC Milan, Chelsea, Paris St Germain, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Napoli during a stellar career.
That was one of the most exciting derbies in recent years between the two sides.This game had everything fans to see in Clasico: emotions, high tempo across the 90 minutes, tasty goals and dramatic ending.Ultimately, Real Madrid clang on to get 3 points and go top of La Liga.
Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman fumed at reporters after Barcelona’s defeat to Real Madrid, questioning La Liga referees and VAR after Martin Braithwaite was denied a late penalty.Barça suffered a blow to their title hopes in Madrid despite threatening a comeback in the second half.They were 2-0 down at the break, but Oscar Mingueza gave them hope and there were strong appeals for a penalty when substitute Braithwaite went down under apparent contact from Ferland Mendy.