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SPANISH LA LIGA / Re: Preview - Barcelona vs Rea...
Last post by Harry85 - Today at 07:30 AM

Half time: 1 - 1
Full time: 2 - 2
Shots:  8 - 14
Shots on target: 4 - 3
Corner Kicks: 2 - 2
Possession: 51% - 49%

Luis Suarez, Jordi Alba and Ivan Rakitic were all booked for Barcelona. Real Sociedad's Raul Navas and Adnan Januzaj also had their names taken by referee Jose Munuera.

Barcelona once again prove themselves the dominant force on the domestic scene in Spain, winning the league by a resounding 14 points in the end.

Iniesta would no doubt have loved to sign off with a goal in what was a typically polished and classy display from Barca's number 8. He did come closest in the first half when firing into the side netting from range. 0-0 at the break though.

Just the one goal in the game, but it was a strike worthy of winning any match. Philippe Coutinho picking up the ball inside the Sociedad half, cutting first towards the left hand corner of the 18 yard box and then back inside to unleash a blistering curling strike in off the post near the top right hand corner. Sensational stuff.

Real Sociedad finish the season in 12th. It may have been a little overshadowed, but this game also marked the end for Sociedad's well respected and loyal Xabi Prieto who moves on to pastures new.

Really though this game was all about Barcelona saying goodbye to one of their all time great midfielders. Nine La Liga titles, six Copa del Rey's, seven Supercopa de España's, four Champions League victories, three Uefa Super Cup's, three Fifa Club World Cup's, two European Championship's and one World Cup, Andres Iniesta is one legend of the game who has certainly backed up his ability with medals. Barcelona fans will certainly miss him, but thankfully we still get to see him strut his stuff in this summer's World Cup.

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SPANISH LA LIGA / Re: Preview - Atletico Madrid ...
Last post by Harry85 - Today at 07:02 AM

Half time: 1 - 1
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Shots on target: 4 - 3
Corner Kicks: 2 - 2
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This was a surprisingly ill-disciplined affair considering there was so little at stake for either side.

Dani Garcia and David Lomban of Eibar had their names taken by referee Alfonso Alvarez. Atletico meanwhile had Filip Luiz, Fernando Torres, Diego Costa and Stefan Savic booked, in addition to Lucas Hernandez being sent off for two bookable offences.

In what was a weekend of goodbye's in La Liga, the Wanda Metropolitano bade farewell to one of its favourite sons as Fernando Torres made his final appearance for the club. And El Nino signed off in style.

It was however Eibar who took the lead after 35 minutes. Paulo Oliveira lumping the ball forward and Joan Jordan playing in Kike on the left-hand side of the area. Kike sliding in to finish past the outrushing Jan Oblak.

Seven minutes later Atletico were back on level terms. Gabi playing in Angel Correa to race in on goal having beat the offside trap on the halfway line. The keeper raced out to meet him but keeping pace to the right was that man Torres, Correa sent the ball in that direction allowing Torres to side foot home. 1-1 at the interval.

Torres struck again on the hour mark. Outpacing the defence when played in by Diego Costa to side step the keeper and fire in from the right-hand side of the area.

The goal of the came in the form of an equaliser for Eibar. Fabian Orellana's cross from the left being cleared, but only as far as Ruben Jimenez Pana around 25 yards out. Pana chesting down before unleashing a piledriver into the top right corner.

Atletico were already booked for second ahead of this fixture and finish the season next best behind runaway La Liga winners, Barcelona.

Eibar move up to finish a very respectable ninth.



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ITALIAN SERIE A / Re: Preview - Lazio vs Inter 2...
Last post by Harry85 - Today at 06:34 AM

Half time: 2 - 1
Full time: 2 - 3
Shots:  14 - 15
Shots on target: 4 - 6
Corner Kicks: 10 - 4
Possession: 40% - 60%

There was a lot on the line in this one, and the passion of the players certainly spilled over into the notebook of referee, Gianluca Rocchi. Luiz Felipe, Lucas Leiva and Thomas Strakosha being booked for Lazio, who also had Senad Lulic sent off for two yellows and Patric shown the straight red. Inter's Marcelo Brozovic, Miranda, Danilo D'Ambrosio and Matias Vecino also had their names taken.

This was undoubtedly the biggest game of the weekend across the European Leagues, and it certainly didn't disappoint with the Stadio Olimpico proving to be the stage for a real thriller.

Needing only to avoid defeat in order to qualify for the Champions League, Lazio got off to a dream start.

Chances had already fallen to either side when the ball fell to Adam Marusic on the edge of the area. Marusic's shot looked to be flying both high and wide, only to smack Ivan Perisic straight in the face and spin past a helpless Samir Handanovic and into the bottom corner. 1-0.

In the 24th minute Lazio came oh so close to doubling their advantage. Sergej Milinkovic-Savic curling in an excellent free kick from around 25 yards, only to see his effort smack the post. Let off for Inter.

5 minutes later Inter were back on level terms. Marcelo Brozovic's corner from the left making its way all the way through to Danilo D'Ambrosio racing in at the far post. His initial effort was blocked on the line by keeper Thomas Strakosha, but the persistent D'Ambrosio was there to turn in the rebound.

Lazio did restore their lead before the half time whistle blew though.

Senad Lulic playing an excellent through ball to set Felipe Anderson free. One touch from Anderson on the run before firing a fine finish into the bottom, left corner. 2-1 at the break.

Chances for either side in a frenetic second half, with Inter looking to have a legitimate penalty appeal waved away. With 12 minutes to go though the visitors were still a goal down in a game they needed to win.

They were handed a lifeline when Stefan de Vrij mistimed his challenge in the area to bring down Mauro Icardi. This time it was a penalty. Icardi himself confidently dispatching the ball into the bottom right corner.

The momentum took a further swing in the direction of the Nerrazzurri just a minute later when Lazio skipper Lulic was sent off for a second yellow card.

Then in the 81st minute the comeback was complete. It was again a Brozovic corner which proved Lazio's undoing. This time from the right-hand side with Matias Vecino the man to get his head to the ball at the near post, heading down across goal, and in.

Patric lost his rag and was dismissed for Lazio in the closing stages to round off a disastrous evening for the home side.

It's Inter who will now be playing Champions League football next season, as Lazio drop down into the Europa League places.

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ITALIAN SERIE A / Re: Preview - Cagliari vs Atal...
Last post by Harry85 - Today at 06:01 AM

Half time: 0 - 0
Full time: 1 - 0
Shots:  6 - 12
Shots on target: 4 - 4
Corner Kicks: 5 - 11
Possession: 31% - 69%

Three bookings for the home side here, with Nicolo Barella, Luca Cigarini and Fabio Pisacane all seeing yellow. Atalanta's Timothy Castagne also had his name taken by referee Davide Massa.

This was a little backs against the wall at times for Cagliari, certainly in terms of the possession and total shots stats. They never really looked like losing their resolve though and proved a threat from set pieces and on the counter.

It was the home side who actually had the best chance in a tepid opening period. Diego Faria's header being excellently clawed away by Pierluigi Gollini. That's as close as either side came. 0-0 at the break.

What turned out to be the winner came very late in the day. Luca Cigarini's corner from the left finding Luca Ceppitelli unmarked inside the six-yard box. He wasn't about to miss from there and duly dispatched his header into the back of the net.

Still time for late drama though. Ceppitelli went from hero to villain in the 91st minute. Fouling Mattia Caldera in the area and conceding a penalty kick.

Mattia Caldera himself stepping up to take the kick but firing his effort wide to the relief of the home fans. 1-0 final score.

In the end Cagliari would have stayed up even had they lost this one. They weren't to know that though and battled all the way to do what they needed to do. They finish the season in 16th spot.

Atalanta always looked likely to hang on to seventh position, and a place in the Europa League qualifying round, and so they did. Fiorentina's hammering at the hands of AC Milan making this result immaterial in the end.



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