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Spanish Paper Talk: ‘Blind Confidence’ As Spain Beat Italy To Return To Form

Pedro secures victory but Diego Costa disappoints on debut.

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as La Roja secure a 1-0 win over Italy and are receive praise for their dominant performance.

Image courtesy of Marca.

– ‘Blind Confidence’.

– Spain account for Italy as they continue their march to the World Cup. Intensity in the centre, speed up front and discipline at the back; it was a show of authority.

– A great Pedro sealed victory.

– Diego Costa, more enthusiasm than effect.

– Lionel Messi vomits again: It is not the first time this has happened to him and he played 90 minutes.

– CR7 becomes Portugal’s greatest ever goal-scorer. He scored and now has 49 goals for his country, a new record.

– A walk in the park for Brazil as Neymar bags a hat-trick.

– Our rivals at the World Cup.

– France 2-0 Holland: Karim Benzema undoes ‘clockwork orange’. Germany 1-0 Chile: The Chileans deserved more.

– Ecuador 4-3 Australia: A collapse by Australia, who were winning 3-0 after 32 minutes.

 

Image courtesy of AS.com.

– Just how Luis Aragones used to say, Happy without having to push too hard.

– Diego Costa debuts but does not shine, Pedro gets the winner.

– Jose Mourinho in Esquire: “Madrid’s players used to line up in front of the mirror”.

– Three games for Mono Burgos: Atletico to appeal.

– The Supreme Court accuse Cardenal of meddling with affairs.

– The Supreme Court, Clean Hands and judges for democracy criticise him for meddling with the Neymar Case.

 

Image courtesy of Mundo Deportivo.

– ‘Like champions’.

– La Roja, who were black yesterday, recovered their form and played to their best.

– Andres Iniesta, Jordi Alba shone, Pedro was dangerous and scored the winner.

– A vital summit ahead. Bartomeu, Martino, Zubi and Mestre have to build a Barca without Puyol and Valdes, discuss Tata’s continuity in the role, who to sign in central defence and who to replace Valdes are the important matters.

– Real Madrid: 15 club members to sue Florentino Perez. It could endanger his cosy position as club president.

– Neymar gets a hat-trick. Messi’s enthusiasm to return was not enough.

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