Five stories and anecdotes that leaves us the European Day

Five stories and anecdotes that leaves us the European Day

The great classic between Real Madrid and Barcelona and Chelsea's great victory over Arsenal marked a weekend that leaves Bayern Munich one step away from conquering the Bundesliga. La Juventus, also close to the Scudetto, and wonderful goals like Rooney's leave a very interesting day:

1- Barcelona wins the Classic, the Atlético leader. The great match in Spain was the one between Real Madrid and Barcelona that ended with 3-4 in favor of the Blaugrana. Great game between the two greats of Spanish football that ended with three penalties, a hat-trick from Messi and the 13th straight red card from Sergio Ramos. A match that leaves the whites second and the Catalans third behind a leader that is Atlético de Madrid, that won 0-2 to Real Betis and settles at the top of the table with ten games to go. Valencia beat Villarreal 2-1 and Athletic 1-0 to Getafe, consolidating its fourth place. By the way, Spectacular Santiago Bernabéu tribute to Adolfo Suárez, the first president of democracy who died this Sunday.

Messi scored another hat-trick against Real Madrid.
Messi scored another hat-trick against Real Madrid.

2- El Chelsea, unstoppable. Preciosa the day that was lived in the Premier. At the big meeting on Saturday, Mourinho's Chelsea thrashed unexpectedly by 6-0 to Arsenal, where Wenger met his match 1000. Eto'o and a spectacular Oscar, with two goals, gave a victory that allows the blues to lead the table with a four-point advantage over Liverpool, who also thrashed Cardiff City by 3-6, with three goals from Luis Suárez. The City prevailed 5-0 to Fulham with a hat trick from Toure Yayá and United got rid of West Ham by 0-2 con great goal from the middle of the field by Wayne Rooney.

3- In Italy, Juventus keeps winning. This time he did it in Catania for 0-1 and took advantage of Napoli's setback against Fiorentina to deal a hard blow to the Scudetto. 14 points advantage over Roma with ten games remaining indicate that the title is just around the corner. AC Milan did not go beyond a draw against Lazio (1-1) and Inter lost at home 1-2 against Atalanta.

4- In Germany, Bayern could be champions this Tuesday. The triumph 0-2 against Mainz 04 leaves Guardiola's men with 23 points advantage with eight games remaining over Borussia Dortmund, who beat Hannover by 0-3 with a great goal from Robert Lewandowski. Schalke is third with a five-point lead over Leverkusen, cuarto.

5- El PSG, stands out. In France, PSG won by 0-1 in the field of Lorient and took a giant step to win the Ligue 1. In the big game of the day, Monaco and Lille tied at 1 putting the title on a platter for the Parisians, at the top of the table with an eight point advantage over the Monegasques.

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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