Spain

Monday 4 May 2015

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Two of the finest goalkeepers in history go head-to-head once again on Tuesday as Juventus take on Real Madrid, but which of the pair has had a better career?

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The Spanish forward does not have any hard feelings towards his old Real Madrid boss but is determined to lead his side to the Champions League final

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Having sealed the domestic crown once again, Maximiliano Allegri's side now take on a resurgent Cristiano Ronaldo in the Champions League semi-finals

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The Mexican is currently getting a run in Carlo Ancelotti's starting line-up but he could be dropped when Karim Benzema returns to full fitness

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Goal took in the action at San Paolo, where the home side waited until the final 20 minutes to unleash their fury, scoring thrice in six minutes to put the Rossoneri under

Sunday 3 May 2015

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The Spain international has long been linked with a move to the Santiago Bernabeu but the Red Devils will not let him go unless they can somehow involve the Welshman

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The Spaniard, who has been playing in midfield lately for Carlo Ancelotti's side, lauded the hat-trick hero after they overcame a tricky test at Sevilla

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COMMENT: Cristiano's superb hat-trick saw Carlo Ancelotti's side stay in the hunt for La Liga, while his return to form is also timely ahead of the trip to Turin on Tuesday

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Antoine Griezmann and Tiago were denied goals which appeared to be legitimate against Athletic Bilbao, but the Argentine thinks they would have drawn regardless

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The Portuguese netted a terrific treble as Carlo Ancelotti's men withstood a late onslaught to move back to within two points of Liga leaders Barcelona

Saturday 2 May 2015

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Nothing less than a win will do for the visitors as after Barcelona thumped Cordoba 8-0 earlier on Saturday

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Diego Simeone's men were extremely unfortunate not to score on Saturday, with two deserved goals disallowed, instead having to settle for a point

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Luis Suarez, Lionel Messi, Neymar, Gerard Pique and Ivan Rakitic fired the Catalans to a sixth win in a row ahead of a Champions League clash with Bayern Munich

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The striker scored three goals as Luis Enrique's men thrashed Cordoba 8-0 on Saturday to continue their dominant title charge and has his sights set on the Bavarians' scalp

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COMMENT: Luis Enrique's side thrashed Cordoba 8-0 on Saturday in their latest comprehensive win ahead of Pep's return to Camp Nou with Bayern Munich next week