Spain

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

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The Atletico Madrid boss said he was "happy" to lose by a solitary goal and was left perplexed by Fernando Torres' disallowed effort

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Both the defender and club captain Gabi acknowledged they were outfought by Bayer Leverkusen as they suffered a 1-0 defeat in Germany

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COMMENT: Diego Simeone's side were beaten at their own game in Germany and, deprived of several key players, face an uphill battle to make the Champions League's last eight

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The Barcelona striker insisted he did nothing wrong despite TV footage appearing to show him moving his head towards the hand of Martin Demichelis

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The Brazil international claimed he was verbally abused by the home supporter, but the man involved has protested his innocence

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The 16-year-old Norwegian wonderkid arrived in Spain in January and has only just made his debut for the reserves but Los Blancos now want to give him a taste of La Liga

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The forward has been criticised by his coaches for getting too emotional when chances are missed, so he is now trying to embrace the Spain international's cold-blooded demeanour

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The Blaugrana president was enthused by the way in which Luis Enrique's men passed the Premier League champions off the pitch for 45 minutes at the Etihad

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The governing body's ethics committee says the medical committee head has no case to answer after a string of corruption charges were levelled against him

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The Manchester City playmaker grabbed an assist as the hosts came back from two goals down to keep the tie alive but says they must not repeat their first-half display in Spain

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The Brazilian forward was seen approaching a fan after his side's 2-1 win at the Etihad Stadium, with whom he swapped curses and mockery, but the hosts are unconcerned

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The Barcelona star was the subject of taunts from one Portuguese-speaking home supporter and angrily confronted him at the final whistle

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Phil Kitromilides believes that the in-form Croatia international will strike once more as he returns to Germany with last season's Champions League finalists

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EXCLUSIVE: The Argentine believes the players trusted to replace the likes of Diego Costa and David Villa can take the club to new heights by creating extra competition