Saturday, October 25, 2014
The Colombian could miss the crucial match against the table-topping Blues.
The Uruguayan made his competitive debut for his new side and assisted Neymar's opener, but could not help Barcelona to a Clasico win.
In his first Clasico as Barcelona head coach, Luis Enrique admitted his side was second best in Madrid.
The Italian boss hailed his side's mental strength after it fell behind early in the Clasico.
The Spain international felt his side dominated in the Clasico, as it scored three straight goals to claim a deserved win.
The Ivorian striker netted twice to return his side to winning ways.
The Spain international feels the game could have ended differently had Barcelona gone 2-0 ahead but admitted the host did enough to earn the three points
Carlo Ancelotti's men come from behind to win the first Clasico of the season and move within one point of Los Cules in the process.
The midfielder converted a pair penalty kicks as PSG moved within four points of Marseille.
The home side produced a second-half comeback to earn a share of the spoils.
The Chilean scored twice as the Black Cats continued their woeful start to the Premier League season.
Southampton continued to move up the table as it notched a win at St. Mary's.
The home side slumped to a fifth defeat in six matches domestically, ratcheting up the pressure on its manager.
Alexis Sanchez pounced on two defensive blunders to secure a third win in the Premier League this season for Arsene Wenger's side.
Mile Jedinak thought he had given the visitors all three points with a first-half penalty but Victor Anichebe's halftime introduction sparked a spirited Baggies comeback.
Brendan Rodgers' side was frustrated by the Tigers as Mario Balotelli again failed to find the net in the Premier League for the Reds.
The striker will make his Barcelona debut in El Clasico after Luis Enrique deemed him ready to make his return from a four-month ban.
QPR will look to get its season on track as its hosts Villa at Loftus Road.
The Hammers survived a late comeback bid while notching an upset over the reigning Premier League champions.
Goals from Morgan Amalfitano and Diafra Sakho gave the Hammers a shock win over the Premier League champions, despite David Silva's brilliant late strike.