Five anecdotes and stories of the European Day

Five anecdotes and stories of the European Day

El mes de febrero trajo una de las jornadas más interesantes de toda la temporada. In Spain, el Atlético se alzó con el liderato en el homenaje a Luis Aragonés, in Germany 44 partidos consecutivos sin perder del Bayern, in Italy, triunfo de la Juve en el gran derbi ante el Inter. Son algunos de los temas a tratar en nuestro resumen semanal europeo:

1- El Arsenal líder. En Inglaterra triunfo del Arsenal ante el Crystal Palace que le sitúa en cabeza gracias a dos goles del joven Oxlade, quien reapareció de su lesión de rodilla tras cinco meses por todo lo alto. A la espera del Manchester City-Chelsea de mañana, lo más destacado fue el empate del Liverpool en casa del West Brom y la derrota del Manchester United que continua su triste temporada, against Stoke City and that takes him away from Europe.

At 20 years, Oxlade is back for everything great. With two goals.
At 20 years, Oxlade is back for everything great. With two goals.

2- El Bayern, to yours. In Germany, Bayern managed to link 44 consecutive games without losing after beating Eintracht for a clear 5-0. The Munich box, 51 goals for and 9 against, has 13 points clear of Leverkusen who beat Stuttgart 2-1. El Dortmund, even further, is located at 16 Guardiola's set points.

3- Juve does not stop. The Juventus of Turin prevailed 3-1 Inter in the big game of the day in Italy and the most rivalry in Serie A. The Juventinos praised Lichtsteiner and Vidal for increasing their lead over Roma to nine, who could not finish his duel against Parma due to the rain that fell on the Italian capital. Napoli fell with a bang on their visit to the Atalanta field (3-0) and AC Milan did not go from a draw at home to Torino, result that is not worth to approach Europe.

The Roma-Parma was interrupted by the rain.
The Roma-Parma was interrupted by the rain.

4- The PSG escapes again. It seemed that there could be equality in France after what happened in recent weeks, but PSG took advantage of the day to get away from their pursuers. Expired 2-0 to the Girondins and took advantage of the fact that neither Monaco, ni Lille, nor Marseille were able to win. Five points about the Monegasques that many crave in the absence of 14 journeys.

5- Win, win and win, and win again. That is the phrase that the now disappeared Luis Aragonés coined this Saturday and that is what Atlético did, that won 4-0 a la Real Sociedad y se convirtió en líder en solitario con tres puntos de ventaja sobre Real Madrid y Barcelona. Los blancos no pasaron del empate a 1 en casa del Athletic con expulsión de Ronaldo y el Barça cayó de forma inesperada en casa por 2-3. Es la primera vez en mucho tiempo que Madrid y Barcelona tropiezan los dos en una misma jornada.

Villa marcó, se le dedicó a  Luis y se lesionó en el muslo perdiéndose el próximo derby.
Villa marcó, se le dedicó a Luis y se lesionó en el muslo perdiéndose el próximo derby.

Claro que el resumen no podíamos terminarlo sin acordarnos del homenaje del Calderón a su héroe caído, Luis Aragones. El coliseo rojiblanco nos brindó imágenes como estas:

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Julio Muñoz

Julio Muñoz

Journalist, specialist in international football and retro. I write in Colgadosporelfutbol.com and you can follow me at @ juliomv1982

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