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Koke defined it in just two words. “Nothing happened,” said Atletico Madrid’s captain. Spain’s “other” clasico was no classic. It was supposed to be the best; instead, the headline in the Spanish daily El Pais declared Atletico vs. Barcelona, played at the Wanda Metropolitano last weekend, as the “poorest game of the season.” They weren’t
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After headlining the papers all week, Ousmane Dembele delivered for Barcelona. Stewart Robson examines how he influenced their draw at Atletico. Stewart Robson breaks down how Eibar were able to take care of Real Madrid, handing Santiago Solari his first loss as Real manager. Real Madrid’s Daniel Carvajal insists the side need to keep a
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When CONMEBOL president Alejandro Dominguez compared the Copa Libertadores final to its UEFA Champions League equivalent, referring to the former as “real football” and the latter as “Playstation football,” part of me wanted him to be correct. Don’t get me wrong, I love the Champions League. But football needs an alternative to the sanitized, corporate,
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Reus, right, scored twice and was a constant threat as Dortmund overturned a deficit to beat rivals Bayern. DORTMUND, Germany — The Yellow Wall rhetorically asked “Who will be Germany’s Champions?” after Borussia Dortmund’s 3-2, come-from-behind win against bitter foes Bayern Munich on Saturday night. The Black and Yellows put a seven-point cushion between themselves
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