Five stories and anecdotes of the European Day

Five stories and anecdotes of the European Day

The return to the scene of the main European leagues after the break caused by the national teams caused very interesting football matches in most countries. Goleadas of many transatlantic and goals, many goals was what left us the weekend. We review it in our overview.

1- Bayern Munich win: In Germany, Guardiola's Bayern showed their hierarchy by beating Borussia Dortmund at home in the big match not only of the day but of the Bundesliga. A misleading result 0-3 (could have been a tie) which puts Bayern seven points ahead of Dortmund. Thiago reappeared after his injury. Leverkusen, meanwhile, won 0-1 to Hertha and is now second, four points behind Guardiola's team.

Robben scored a beautiful lob goal.
Robben scored a beautiful lob goal.

2- Big Three wins: the 14th day of the League brought comfortable victories for the top three. The Barcelona, despite the multiple casualties he won 4-0 to Granada that hardly bothered Tata Martino's. Even less did the Almeria that succumbed 0-5 against Real Madrid with a good Benzema and a Cristiano, who scored and was slightly injured. Atletico's crushing victory 7-0 to Getafe and spectacular performance by Carlos Vela, first Mexican to score four goals in a match in the League. In two other outstanding matches of the day, Valencia fell 2-1 against Elche and Sevilla won the Seville derby by a clear 4-0.

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Diego Costa scored an impressive Chilean goal.

3- Arsenal, leader one more day: in the first, a masterful Giroud guided with two goals to Arsenal's victory against Southampton, whose goalkeeper Artur Boruc starred in one of the most resounding mistakes of the season. Chelsea prevailed 0-3 West Ham and Everton and Liverpool drew 3-3 in the Merseyside derby. although perhaps, The highlight was the win by 6-0 City against Tottenham with two goals from Navas and one from Negredo.

4- Juve, caretaker leader. In Italy, Juve is the new leader with one game more than Roma by winning by 0-2 at Livorno, in another good game by Fernando Llorente, who scored the first goal and gave the second. Milan did not go from a draw against Genoa to 1 with a missed penalty by Ballotelli (the second), same result that Inter reaped. Benítez's Napoli starred in the big surprise of the day when they fell to Parma thanks to a goal from Cassano that silenced San Paolo.

Llorente scored a new goal for Juve.
Llorente scored a new goal for Juve.

5- And we finished today not in Europe, but in Brazil, where Cruzeiro and Vasco de Gama starred in the great anecdote of the day by performing a spectacular and emotional sit-in before the start of the day as a protest against the excess of matches on the Brazilian calendar and as a request for financial fair play in the Brasilerao.

Claims in Vasco de Gama-Cruzeiro for the situation of Brazilian football
Claims in Vasco de Gama-Cruzeiro for the situation of Brazilian football.
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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