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Thursday, April 6, 2017

Real Madrid vs Leganes -- Competition: Spanish Primera Division

Estadio Municipal de Butarque witnessed yesterday a big game between Real Madrid and Leganes. A game which ended with a win for Real Madrid. The score of the game was: 4-2.





Date: 5 April 2017
Kick-off Time: 19:30 GMT
Venue: Estadio Municipal de Butarque, Leganes
Real Madrid 4-2 Leganes:
15' James Rodriguez 0-1 // 18' Alvaro Morata 0-2 // 23' Alvaro Morata 0-3 // 32' Gabriel 1-3 // 34' Luciano Neves 2-3 // 48' Martin Mantovani (o.g.) 2-4
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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

FC Barcelona vs FC Sevilla 05-04-2017 - La Liga

Barcelona vs Sevilla /// Competition: Spanish Primera Division
Date: 5 April 2017
Kick-off Time: 17:30 GMT
Venue: Camp Nou, Barcelona
 
 
The defeat in La Coruna, which interrupted a series of 05 wins and spoiled the celebration for great victories in the UCL against PSG, which have helped them qualify for the 1/4 of that competition, FC Barcelona has again made two victories in the championship and they are following the leader. Both victories were quite expected, since they welcomed Valencia team, which is good, but this season they are not playing well and they did not succeed as in the previous season to make problems for the Catalonians. Things did not work smoothly for Barcelona team in the first half when the score became 2-2, but they were dominant in the second even though they had one player less and they celebrated with 4-2.
The game was not easy for them in Granada on Sunday, where they were also valid for the big favourites. At the beginning of the second part it was 1-1, but by the end they still scored another 03 goals and convincingly celebrated. It is noticeable that Barcelona lately received at least one goal in all the games and in the last ten matches they only managed to keep their network intact twice. They played without Lionel Messi in Granada, who got suspended due to yellow cards, and center-back Pique was also absent. Iniesta started on the bench and it was one combined setup, but it will now be a lot stronger with the 03 aforementioned players from the first minute on the field.
FC Sevilla team, on the other hand, fell into a crisis in an awkward moment, from which they never came out. They paid it already with the elimination from the Champions League competition, which is certainly a great disappointment, but they are also paying dearly in the championship, where they completely melted advantage they had in relation to Atletico Madrid. They fell to fourth place, which means that they no longer have direct placement in the Champions League competition. Two rounds, they lost in Madrid 3-1 against Atletico Madrid, but it is not the biggest problem. Before this match, as well as in the last round, they only played a draw against much weaker rivals and valuable points were lost.
To make matters worse, Sevilla played two draws at home and against teams that are fighting for survival. The first was 1-1 against Leganes and in the last round 0-0 against Sporting. They are failing to record any victories at home and they are already more than a month without a win. They have missed a lot of chances on Sunday against Sporting team, and it did not help that the recovered striker Jovetic played the last half hour. Center-back player, Rami, was absent and the left back Escudero too. Now Escudero and Jovetic could be among starters.

Probable lineups:
Barcelona: ter Stegen – S.Roberto, Pique, Mascherano, Jordi Alba – Busquets, Iniesta, Rakitić – Messi, L.Suarez, Neymar.
Sevilla: S.Rico – Montoya, Pareja, Lenglet, Escudero – Iborra, N'Zonzi – Nasri, Vazquez, Vitolo – Jovetic
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Monday, April 3, 2017

Real Madrid vs Deportivo Alaves
Competition: Spanish Primera Division
Date: 2 April 2017
Kick-off Time: 14:15 GMT
Venue: Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, Madri, Spain. 

The game between Real Madrid and Deportivo Alaves in the Spanish Primera Division ended with a big win for Real Madrid. The game result was 3-0. 



Real Madrid 3-0 Deportivo Alaves 

31' Karim Benzema 1-0 // 85' Isco 2-0 // 88' Nacho Fernandez 3-0

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