Spain

Monday, April 14, 2014

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The midfielder suffered an injury while on international duty in November but returned to training today alongside Sergio Ramos and Marcelo.

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The Italian coach insists his side will not be affected by its recent 4-3 defeat to the Blaugrana and feels a cup victory will spur it on as it looks to secure the treble.

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The Catalans are not worried by the Argentina attacker's inconsistency this year and are confident he will be back to his usual best in the Copa del Rey final

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Check out the best photos from the latest round of matches throughout the soccer world, featuring the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and more.

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With the injured Portuguese star set to miss Wednesday's Copa del Rey final, we ask if he is more important to Real Madrid than his Argentine rival is to Barcelona.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

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The Reds struck on three further occasions at Anfield on Sunday, and only Real Madrid has scored more league goals in Europe's major leagues this season

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Goal rates the players on show as Diego Simeone's men moved three points clear at the top of the table with a hard-fought victory at Coliseum Alfonso Perez.

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Diego Simeone's side battled through another difficult assignment, with the efforts of its star striker symptomatic of the courage that leaves it in control of the title race.

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Diego Simeone's side capitalized on Barcelona's defeat on Saturday thanks to goals from Diego Godin and Diego Costa but could be without their star striker for the run-in.

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The Argentine is calm heading into the decisive stage of the season and is adamant that his side is in a good position to beat Barcelona in Wednesday's Copa del Rey final.

Saturday, April 12, 2014

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The Italian was jubilant after watching his side leapfrog the Catalans into second place in La Liga and revealed defender Sergio Ramos will return for the Copa del Rey final.

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The Catalans were unable to find a reaction after they were knocked out of the Champions League on Wednesday and are paying the price for years of dubious decision-making.

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The Blaugrana's title hopes are in tatters after they lost for a second time in a week on Saturday evening, despite enjoying a staggering 86 percent possession.

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Goals from Angel Di Maria, Gareth Bale, Isco and Alvaro Morata saw Carlo Ancelotti's side leapfrog the Catalans into second place in the Primera Division