Spain

Wednesday 25 February 2015

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Barcelona march on in the Champions League but star man Lionel Messi needs to re-think his penalty technique

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The Spanish side ran out 2-1 winners against Manuel Pellegrini's men at the Etihad Stadium but the Argentine scored in the second half, and is hopeful of winning at the Camp Nou

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The former Liverpool man was outstanding on his return to England but believes the tie is still up for grabs after the Argentine failed to convert from the spot

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The Uruguayan scored twice for Barcelona at the Etihad on Tuesday and the Manchester City goalkeeper was not shocked that he had such an impact on the game

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COMMENT: The Uruguay striker scored both goals in his best performance yet as Luis Enrique's side made light of a potentially problematic trip to Manchester City

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A Luis Suarez double means that the Catalan giants head into the second leg with a one-goal advantage and one foot in the quarter-finals of the competition

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The former Liverpool star struck twice in a dominant first half for the Catalan giants, who held on comfortably despite Sergio Aguero's second-half strike for the hosts

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The Atletico Madrid boss was cautious ahead of the European tie at the BayArena and called for focus from his players

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The Blaugrana knocked the English outfit out of Europe at the same stage last season but the Premier League champions seem to be in better shape this time around

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The Bosnian gets the nod ahead of Wilfried Bony for the second game running after featuring heavily in Saturday's 5-0 demolition of Newcastle

Tuesday 24 February 2015

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The Fifa presidential candidate says it is "the right decision for the World Cup" for the 2022 event to be played in the winter

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The France international was linked with Chelsea, PSG and Manchester United before leaving Real Sociedad but he says he decided to move to the Vicente Calderon after one meeting

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The Portuguese midfielder says the Spanish champions cannot afford to give away any soft free-kicks given Hakan Calhanoglu's status as a dead-ball specialist