Saturday, October 25, 2014

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The Uruguayan made his competitive debut for his new side and assisted Neymar's opener, but could not help Barcelona to a Clasico win.

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The Spain international felt his side dominated in the Clasico, as it scored three straight goals to claim a deserved win.

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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

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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.

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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.

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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.