Busquets scores dramatic late winner for Barca at Valencia…
All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain with reaction to the news that a Deportivo ‘radical’ died after clashes between fans on Sunday.
– You’re nicked.
– Enough excuses: we must rid football of violent people. A radical from the ‘Riazor Blues’ dies in a pitched battle between Ultras from Deportivo and Atletico.
– Twenty-one detained after a horrifying fight in which 200 people were involved. Several Ultras were arrested after the incident.
– The saddest victory. Two strategic goals from Saul and Arda decide a match without any direction.
– A corner in the 93rd minute saves Barca. Sergio Busquets achieves a suffered victory on the counter-attack against a great Valencia.
– A record and recognition: Ancelotti wanted to beat it to vindicate his players.
– Football’s defeat.
– The Ultras arranged to meet very close to the Calderon. Francisco Romero Taboada was 43, married, with two sons aged four and nine.
– Battle between louts from Atletico and Riazor Blues. A Deportivo supporter dies: there were two injured and 24 arrested.
– The police took him from the river with cranial traumatism and hypothermia.
– La Liga cannot trace anyone in the Federation to suggest the suspension of the match.
– Saul and Arda settle things in a trembling stadium. Tense atmosphere and depressed players.
– Busquets scored in the last second: Messi was hit by a bottle whilst celebrating it.
– Cristiano: top goalscorer and Madrid’s best provider on their run.
– Toni Kroos, most balls recovered (98).
– Goal of La Liga!
– A goal from Busquets in the final second decides a clash with a thrilling and epic finale.
– Barca were more solid and played less football with Busi and Masche together against a dangerous Valencia.
– Lionel Messi was hit with a bottle whilst celebrating the goal.
– A Galician radical dies after a pitched battle between violent members from Atletico and Depor. Francisco Romero was punched and thrown into the Manzanares.
– The Ballon d’Or podium announced today. Messi, Cristiano and Neuer emerge as finalists.