Saturday, March 8, 2014
David Villa's quickfire brace proved enough for Diego Simeone's side to go back to the top of La Liga table as it secured a first away league win in three matches
The striker scored twice to send Diego Simeone's side to the Primera Division summit on Saturday evening.
The Blaugrana fell to their second straight away defeat in La Liga but their coach is insistent his side can still retain the league crown
The Spurs boss was furious with what he described as a "capitulation" after the north London side lost 4-0 to league-leader Chelsea at Stamford Bridge
The Icelandic-American scored twice in the first half as his side easily saw off Heracles, which was reduced to 10 men with a 24th-minute red card.
Goals from Eto'o and Hazard and a Ba brace move Jose Mourinho's men seven points clear at the top of the Premier League.
The Brazilian fullback was defiant after the 1-0 loss to Valladolid, though Sergio Busquets accepted that the Catalans simply were not good enough.
Goal rates the players on show at Stade Armand Cesari as Laurent Blanc's champions strolled to an easy victory against the Corsican side
The Swede gave Laurent Blanc's men the lead, with the Argentine attacker subsequently scoring soon after and at the climax to seal the win
Goal took in the action as the Catalans fell to another damaging defeat to take their Liga destiny out of their own hands.
Jay Rodriguez's first half strike gave Mauricio Pochettino's men a morale-boosting win at Selhurst Park, with left back Luke Shaw in superb form
Steven Caulker scored twice as Sascha Riether's own goal wrapped up the points for Ole Gunnar Solksjaer's side, which has closed in on West Brom in 17th place.
Mauricio Pochettino's side moved onto 42 points for the season as the England World Cup hopeful struck in the first half to claim all three points for his side at Selhurst Park
Lewis Holtby cancelled out Steven Caulker's opener after the break, but the hosts secured the win through the center back's second and an own goal from Sascha Riether.
The visitors equalized from the spot late on after Sebastien Bassong fouled John Guidetti in the area.
Jonathan Walters went from hero to zero as he cancelled out Bradley Johnson's opener from the penalty spot, only to later be sent off for a cynical challenge on Alex Tettey.
Goal takes a look at all those on display as Guardiola's side produce a devastating comeback to claim their sixteenth consecutive Bundesliga victory
Fausto Rossi's strike 17 minutes in was the only goal of the game as Gerardo Martino's men failed to go clear of Real and Atletico Madrid in the Spanish league pursuit.
The Gunners booked their place in the semi-finals of the FA Cup at Wembley as goals from Mesut Ozil, Mikel Arteta and Olivier Giroud saw off Everton at Emirates Stadium
The striker was pivotal in the Red Devils' comfortable victory against West Brom, which he believes has set his team up for tough fixtures in March.