Outside the home, the UDA has seen the door in February, scoring two goals to Huesca (Villalba and Darwin), although these barely served to tie the particular goal difference to the Oscense team, and one in Soria (Juan Muñoz) to fish a point. Almeria has got stuck in the Stadium of the Mediterranean Games, where they have only defeated Oviedo in the last five games, falling in three of them.Overall, the rojiblancos have left thirteen of the last fifteen points in play in the competition, with Gutierrez being in the pillory. In the scoring aspect highlights the surprise of the category, Darwin Núñez, with a dozen goals, by the eight of Lazo and the seven of Juan Muñoz. Almeria has scored 21 goals in the Mediterranean and 25 as a visitor. Almeria is the top scorer without a goal. Taking a look at the figures of the classification, stand out the 46 goals of the set of José María Gutiérrez, who leads the table of top scorers with wide difference, adding four goals more than Zaragoza, seven more than Mirandés and eight more than Girona and Cádiz. However, the rojiblancos are drought in the Stadium of the Mediterranean Games, which He has not celebrated a goal from his team since January 16 when Darwin Núñez materialized his double against Oviedo.Since then the Almeria team does not get wet in his fief, which has caused him to leave the leadership (the defeat against Elche caused the Cádiz to be placed in second position) and that the direct ascent to the five units moves away. Those of José María Gutiérrez claudicated against Elche (0-2) and Racing (0-1), matching last Saturday in the soporific match against Fuenlabrada.
His four boots have distributed 40 goals, adding more goals than most First teams. More concretely, Only Barça (81) and Deportivo (42) have more goals than Barça attackers. The Galician team also pursues him on the scoreboard table. Peke, front of the Coruña team, is the third top scorer and the closest is to threaten the Barca domain, although it is six goals below Jenni and Oshoala. The blue and white team will also be a rival tomorrow in the Cup, where it wants to impose its revelation condition by assaulting the impregnable Johan Cruyff. At stake will be the pass to the semifinals of the k.o. The Catalan team is alive in all competitions, with half a league title in the pocket, nine points behind Atlético, and in the Champions League and Copa de la Reina quarters. Barça dominates all the records of this First Iberdrola. Among its strongest point is the goal, with a strong presence in the ranking of top scorers in the League. In the ‘top ten’ of this ranking three Barca names appear: Oshoala (20), Jenni Hermoso (20) and Alexia (10).In total, 50 targets among the three players, with more predominance of the first two. Nigerian and Spanish, who already won the pichichi in the previous season, have innate the gift of the goal. If it is not one, it is another, but the goal in the Catalan team is secured with them. Their goals generate admiration and also a healthy nibble in the locker room. It remains to be seen who of the two is more tuned until the final whistle of the season.
Gerard Piqué He attended the press in the mixed zone after the game.How do they leave the Bernabéu?Disgusted, we thought we could get a good result because they transmitted very bad feelings, the one in the first part is one of the worst Madrid I have encountered in the Bernabéu. But we have lost control and then they put you back and at any moment you can fit a goal and in a play we fit.Is the feeling of frustration?Of missed opportunity, especially in the first part, in which we could have sentenced.Talk about the worst Madrid having lost is curious … I do not say it as criticism of Madrid, we also have problems and we are not well, we have lost an opportunity. We had control of the game and if we took advantage of a couple of occasions it would have been a mountain for them. We got one and then the secondHow do you see Madrid?They leave very reinforced and we, touched but not sunk, it is enough for us to win LaLiga if we do things right until the end.Why do they suffer so much without a ball?We position ourselves open to give pass lines and if we are solid with the pass lines and we lose it we suffer, losing it in your field is dangerous, the version of the second part we have to improve it.Vinicius threw a goal?I don’t know if he knocks on the door. I am in inferiority I let him make the decision and try to block chut. For the position of the foot I think he wanted to kick.
With almost 40,000 members with the right to a seat and a capacity for only 44,000, with numerus clausus and a waiting list when it comes to subscribing, a Seville with capital aspirations is obviously too small for the current Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán. That is why the club is already thinking about a complete remodeling of the stadium, now conditioned for the final of the Europa League 2021. And that reconstruction would include a third ring that would allow it to reach 60,000 spectators. José Castro, Seville president, confirms the idea: “There are no season tickets, tickets are missing, therefore there is a lack of space. The third ring can be done, and we are studying how and when. “José María Cruz, CEO, maintains that line with his usual caution: “The project for the future expansion of the stadium It is underway and the intention is that we can have a first study of ideas in the coming months. The Council is determined to start it as soon as possible and obviously it will be expensive and complicated, not so much for the technique but for combining it with continuing to play matches in the meantime. “ After the completion of the goals high stands in the 70s, Sánchez Pizjuán reached 70,000 spectators, reduced to 66,000 by the 82nd World Cup. In the 90s, with the UEFA decree that all spectators be seated, dropped to 43,000. With the remodeling of the Fondo stand that the Nervión club premiered last season, the capacity was expanded to 44,000. The idea is that this third ring will host at least 15 to 16,000 more spectators.The entity’s director of facilities, Santiago Balbontín, reveals some of the technical details of the great work that may be coming. “It takes three to five years if you don’t stop playing in the stadium. It’s a 60-year-old building. It is planned to cover it in Preference, but not in Goals and Fund, so it would need a reinforcement in the foundations. “ LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 18, 2020
For this Monday the goal has been proposed from outside the area of Robert Mazán to Albacete in Carlos Belmonte and in Nikola Sipcic at Ponferradina heeled. By Tuesday, they will be that of Luis Milla to Rayo Vallecano Y that of Dani Gómez at Sporting in Gijón. On Wednesday you will choose between that of Borja Lasso to Racing Santander Y Joselu’s against Sporting in the Heliodoro.On Thursday, he will compete Álex Bermejo’s to Racing Y the one from Lasso to Almería, whereas on Friday the options are that of Suso Santana against Albacete in early January and that of Dani Gómez to Extremadura, in Almendralejo. There will be six selected goals that will fight to continue advancing between Monday the 13th and Wednesday the 15th of April. On Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 the order of the best three will be chosen.The entire contest will be operational on the official channel of Twitter @CDTOficial, where the different polls will be published so that the Blue and Whites fans vote for their favorite goals. While waiting to restore the situation, Tenerife tries to keep their fans entertained through its website. Several parties from past campaigns have already hung on their YouTube channel or have encouraged the little ones to draw. Now, the proposal is to choose ‘the blue and white gold goal’ this season. For it, the entity has selected twelve of the best goals achieved and it will be the team’s fan who will vote and leaving on the road the one who has the least acceptance. There will be a first phase in which two will be put on per day. The winner will qualify for the second round and from there will reach the final the best three of which will be the oro golden goal ’, the‘ silver ’and the‘ bronze ’.
Madrid was in a troubled phase, with Del Bosque on his bench after Ramón Mendoza dismissed Benito Floro two months earlier due to the well-known defeat in Lleida and his famous anger at the players in the dressing room, captured by Canal Plus cameras. The first leg at the Bernabéu was unraveled by the team’s losing streak (just 10,000 fans in the stands), but the hierarchical rank of the trophy when it was official made it happen in prime time, at 9:00 p.m., and on Spanish Television. In Argentina it also happened live, with Bilardo as a commentator. Del Bosque made an interesting mix of starters and youth squads, which allowed him to win the first round of a Boca Juniors trained by César Luis Menotti. Madrid put out an eleven consisting of Buyo; Velasco, Hierro, Alkorta, Lasa; Míchel, Milla, Prosinecki, Martín Vázquez; Dani and Zamorano. Then the youth squads would come out Sandro, Fernando and Morales, the latter being decisive for the 3-1 final. In Boca, goalkeeper Navarro Montoya (who was sent off after two minutes of play for avoiding a goal by stopping the ball with his hand outside the area), Mac Allister, Tapia, Da Silva and Carranza were known.Menotti’s famous drainage of spaces made Madrid incur 21 times offside, but Morales’ entry destroyed the plan of the coach who won the World Cup with Argentina in 1978. The 1-0 was the work of Iron, of lack in the front of the area, in the first half. In the second came two goals from José Luis Morales, one with a great header at the service of Velasco and another after perfect assistance from Míchel. Carlos McAllister, with a great left-footed shot in the 85th minute, he gave life to Boca for the return leg in Buenos Aires. Agonizing turn at La BomboneraMendoza had to speak after the game, given that four days later the European Cup final was played in Athens between Barça de Cruyff and Milan de Capello. “If it comes to catch the Milan of the Dutch to this Barça, instead of 5-0 as we would put 10-0.” Well it wasn’t so misguided. Cruyff ruled out Laudrup (only three foreigners could play and chose Koeman, Stoichkov and Romario) and the Italians devastated the Catalans in the final of the Greek capital 4-0. That final ate up all the news of the week and that is why the return of the Iberia Cup, which was held three days later in Buenos Aires, was even more in the background.It was played again at 21:00 Spanish time, with live TVE. Madrid jumped into the field with Buyo; Chendo, Nando, Antía, Marcos; Míchel, Milla, Prosinecki, Velasco; Martín Vázquez and Dani. The thing got to be ugly despite the 3-1 of the first leg. 35,000 fans at La Bombonera vibrated when in the 73rd minute they had the title in their hands thanks to goals from Da Silva and Carranza (The extra value of the goals away from home made the Argentines champions).But 41 seconds later, Luis Milla scored a great goal after a corner kick (chest control and forehand to the squad) that allowed Del Bosque to add a title that in Spain was hardly valued but that in Argentina yes, as reflected in the faces of Menotti’s men, shot down after insufficient 2- 1 end. In fact, Menotti, with bad style and worse to lose, threw with a bullet after the match: “A lot of work awaits my friend Jorge Valdano when he takes Madrid now. I am not surprised by the bad season that they have made seeing how they play. “Madrid must not have been so bad. With Valdano leading the following year, he won the League 1994-95 including a shocking 5-0 to the Cruyff Dream Team at the Bernabéu …The fact is that despite being recognized as official this Ibero-American Cup by RFEF and CONMEBOL, UEFA refused to do so. Something absurd because neither does it organize the Intercontinental Cup (it is FIFA) nor did it organize the Latin Cups and Fair Cups in the 50s and 60s and yet they are recognized as official titles. Come on, there is no justification for not allowing Madrid to include that official title who knew how to win on the field against Menotti’s Boca Juniors, which is not anything. Thus, Madrid has 94 titles and is only one from Barça. If the competitions were finally resumed and Zidane’s team won this League, it would restore an exciting draw facing the future challenges of both clubs. The Classic that does not stop even in the Trophy Rooms …PALMARÉS BARCELONA (Source: Mister Chip)95 titlesLeague 26Spanish Cup 30European Cup / Champions 5Recopa 4Fair Cup 3Latin Cup 2European Super Cup 5Intercontinental / Club World Cup 3Spanish Super Cup and Eva Duarte Cup (name it received in the 1940s) A total of 15League Cup 2PALMARÉS REAL MADRID (Source: Mister Chip)93 titlesLeague 33Spanish Cup 19European Cup / Champions 13UEFA Cup 2Latin Cup 2European Super Cup 4Intercontinental / Club World Cup 7Spanish Super Cup / Eva Duarte Cup 12League Cup 1 This Iberia Cup, that’s how it came to be called by sponsorship, It was an official international tournament organized by the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) and the Spanish Federation (RFEF). He faced the Spanish King’s Cup champion (Madrid won it months earlier by defeating Zaragoza 2-0 in the Valencia final) and the South American Gold Cup champion, who faced the Copa Libertadores champions, South American Super Cup, Conmebol Cup and Master Cup. The champion of its first edition in 1993 was Boca Juniors, so it was the rival that faced Madrid. The Iberia Cup was played in a double game. On May 19, 1994 at the Bernabéu and on the 25th the tour at the Bombonera in Buenos Aires. In the current record of official titles won that keeps Real Madrid and Barça in an exciting elbow to elbow (with 95 to 93 in favor of the Catalans, once the Spanish Super Cup conquered in January in Saudi Arabia was counted for the whites) and rummaging through the newspaper archive taking advantage of the consultation time given by the forced stoppage due to the coronavirus, I found a title achieved by Real Madrid in 1994 that has not inexplicably risen to its record. For me unjustifiably, so I claim that the Bernabéu have 94 and therefore they are only one to reach the Barcelona fans. I am referring to the Iberoamerican Cup, won by Madrid at Boca Juniors in May 1994.
The Mutua Madrid Open Virtual Professional starts this Monday (15:00) on the Web. The on-line event, which mitigates the absence of the Spanish Masters 1,000 suspended by the coronavirus pandemic, is disputed with the Tennis World Tour online game in its model for PlayStation.Image of the Mutua Madrid Open Virtual Professional. Among the greatest gamers on the earth take part, who will attempt to exhibit their class additionally with a distant management, in entrance of the tv and from residence. On the head, Rafa Nadal, who debuts at 15:30 towards Shapovalov. The Balearic group shares (there are 4) with the Canadian, Murray and Monfils. The first part might be accomplished tomorrow; Wednesday, fourths and Thursday, semifinals and the ultimate. There are additionally Thiem, Zverev, Tsitsipas, Fognini and Ferrer, who nearly abandons his retirement, identical to Caroline Wozniacki. Schedules of the primary day of the Mutua Madrid Open Virtual Professional. Within the girls’s desk, Carla Suárez, the one Spanish, debuts at 15:15 towards the Swiss Bencic. Pliskova, Kerber, Svitolina, Bouchard additionally play … The matches will be adopted on the PlayStation Spain web page on Fb and by Teledeporte. The initiative has a solidarity vocation: 50,000 euros will go to the Madrid Meals Financial institution and the winners will be capable of donate half or all of their prize (150,000 euros in every portray) to the companions of the circuit with monetary issues. In truth, parallel to the official competitors, There might be a charity event with some tennis gamers and VIPS. Nadal will play this Monday towards DJMario.
The return to football begins at Real Madrid. The club has been letting the coaching staff and the first-team players know, as well as a selection of youth squads and their day-to-day workers, that this Wednesday they will have to go to Valdebebas to undergo the coronavirus tests. Jovic, the only one who had left Spain, returned yesterday for the imminent return to the office. The date of the next training, however, remains to be determined. All of the above, so They will meet again in the sports city 55 days later. On March 12, the positive of Trey Thompkins, from the basketball section, with which some facilities are shared, made José Ángel Sánchez and Niko Mihic, head of the entity’s medical services, decreeing confinement. Since then the footballers, advised daily by the club’s specialists, have worked in their respective houses to reduce as much as possible the impact of the absence of competition. Zidane and the doctors will decideThe squad, ‘controlled’ by the coaching staff, has taken their routine very seriously throughout these almost two months. Some have verbalized it, like the captain, Sergio Ramos, on Real Madrid TV: “I think I’m finer than before quarantine.” Along these lines, Jovic’s personal physical trainer in AS also expressed himself: “It looks great. I would say it weighs even less than before the coronavirus.” 4 What remains to be established is when the first session will take place, which will have to be done individually and with the preventive measures included in the protocol provided by the authorities. From the club they explain to this newspaper that they have to wait for the results. With them in hand, the doctors, according to Zidane, will decide about it. It is known that it will be soon, but not when.
The talented 4-y-o filly, PUDDY POOH, should upstage her six opponents and win the 3-y-o and up open allowance feature over the straight-five course at Caymanas Park today.When last raced on February 20, the Richard Azan-trained PUDDY POOH, who won the 1000 Guineas as a 3-y-o last season, found the champion sprinter POKER STAR too hot to handle in the season’s first grade-one race, the Eileen Cliggott Memorial Trophy over 1300 metres. But in all fairness, she was not disgraced in finishing 6 1/2 lengths fifth after missing the break.Before that on December 5, PUDDY POOH romped the Betting and Gaming Stakes Trophy over 1400 metres, covering the distance in the smart time of 1:23.4 behind fast splits of 22.0 and 45.0 for the half-mile.Having worked well in preparation for today’s encounter and dropping down in class as well, PUDDY POOH will prove hard to beat with a mere 50.0kg, inclusive of apprentice Odean Edwards’ 3.0kg claiming allowance.The bay filly by Adore The Gold out of Shahar can expect worthwhile competition from the speedy four-year-old colts, ROYAL ASSAULT and SMOKEY TOPAZ, but she apparently has a bit more class than either and should rebound with a win under these favourable conditions.Elsewhere on the 10-race programme, champion trainer Wayne DaCosta holds the key to the opening race (non-winners of three) over the straight with the consistent SILVER CLOUD and speedy DRIPPING IN GOLD.While the latter is expected to lead the seven-horse field, his recent form is not as appealing as the grey SILVER CLOUD, who gets the nod under four-time champion Omar Walker.I also like MACALLAN to win the second race over 1100 metres for maiden three-year-olds, BIG DATA to do likewise in division two, as well as QUEEN OF THE TOWN in the fifth, GIRSHOM in the seventh and the fleet-footed FIRE ALARM under leading jockey Dane Nelson in the eighth race over the straight.
With the top three of Portmore United, Montego Bay United and defending champions Arnett Gardens securing their semi-final round qualification for the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL), the battle will resume for the other spot.In contention for that spot are the promoted UWI FC (42 points, who are sitting in pole position as they currently occupy fourth, a position they earned last week with a comfortable win over the defending champions Arnett Gardens at the UWI Bowl. Humble Lion (41), the team which occupied that spot for most of the season, will be looking to get an away win over the inconsistent Boys’ Town (38) at Barbican.stop RenoFormer champions Harbour View (39) are still in the running, but they let themselves down badly last week with a loss to Boys’ Town. To get back in the picture, they will have to stop Reno, something that is not beyond them.Humble Lion are just a point behind UWI FC and will be hoping for a slip by the college boys and that they get the better of Boys’ Town to put themselves in the driver’s seat.UWI FC cannot be faulted for the confidence flowing through their ranks ahead of their game against Cavalier, especially after the results of last week. A win over the defending champions is nothing to sniff at and with today’s opponents being put to the sword last week by the relegation-battling Rivoli, they are well within their right to think that these are three points they can take, especially at home.Goalscoring is something that UWI FC can confidently say they have addressed with Girvon Brown finding his scoring boots and using them with regularity and he has been getting good support from Anthony Grant, Anthony Greenland and Kemar Cummings. Cavalier, for their part, will be happy that their top player Chevone Marsh has caught the eye of the national selectors, but will not be so happy that that good fortune has denied them of his services for today’s match.In Marsh’s absence, Cleon Pryce and Sulae McCalla will have to shoulder more of the attacking responsibility for Cavalier.Today’s Games:• 3:30 p.m: Arnett Gardens vs Montego Bay United – Anthony Spaulding Complex• 3:30 p.m: Boys’ Town vs Humble Lion – Barbican Stadium• 3:30 p.m: Harbour View vs Reno – Harbour View Stadium• 3:30 p.m: Portmore United vs Waterhouse – Juici Park, Clarendon• 3:30 p.m: Rivoli United vs Tivoli Gardens – Spanish Town Prison Oval• 3:30 p.m: UWI FC vs Cavalier – UWI Bowl, Mona