Five stories and anecdotes of the European Day
Like every Sunday Hanging for Football, take a look at the best things that have happened in the different European leagues. This time, also, broadens its horizons and stops in Ecuador and Argentina, countries where there have been news this weekend:
1- Most Leading Arsenal: in the Premier, Arsenal added a new victory at Cardiff City's home for 0-3 thanks to a great Aaron Ramsey, who scored a new double in what was his home. Chelsea won 3-1 to Southampton and is the only one who maintains the pulse with the Gunners although four points behind Wenger's. Manchester United and Tottenham drew 2 at White Lart Lane in a match that served to contemplate a new double for Rooney that becomes the fifth top scorer in the history of the Premier. City won 3-0 at home to Swansea and is third, six points behind the leader. Liverpool fell.
2- Defeat of Barcelona: in Spain, lead tie. Barcelona with many casualties, lost 1-0 in his visit to San Mamés and adds his second consecutive defeat, without also scoring a goal again. Real Madrid won 4-0 to Valladolid without Ronaldo but with a hat-trick from Gareth Bale, the second of a player in Spain after Lineker. Atlético beat Elche 0-2 with a goal from Diego Costa and Valencia against Osasuna for 3-0. The head is tight with Barça and Atlético with three points of income over Real Madrid.
3- Juventus escapes: in Italy, Roma added their fourth consecutive game, this time drawing one at the home of Atalanta and gave Juventus a free pass in the standings, to win 1-0 against Udinese with a goal in the last minute from Fernando Llorente, who has scored five goals in the last six games. Inter drew 1 with Sampdoria and AC Milan won 1-3 to Catania.
4- El Bayern, unique in the fight: victories of all the greats in Germany, with special mention to Bayern who beat Eintracht B with two goals from Robben. Borussia and Leverkusen also won. Guardiola's team is together with Roma the only team that knows defeat at the start of the season in any competition.
5- And we ended up with four notes from other minor leagues: in Greece, José María Cases scored two great goals at Aris Thessaloniki – Panthrakikos Komotini that made him the main protagonist of the Helen day. In Holland, the Feyenoord won 3-1 PSV with two goals from Pellé, adding the Eindhoven team to their sixth match without winning. In Ecuador, Emelec was proclaimed champion of the Ecuadorian league for the eleventh time in its history. Something that San Lorenzo de Almagro could not achieve, unable to beat Estudiantes de la Plata in their league match.