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Spanish Paper Talk: ‘Flying High’ As Real Madrid See Off Party In Cornella

Chicharito and Marcelo round off  a comfortable win for Los Blancos…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Real Madrid advance in the Cup after a win over Cornella with Raphael Varane finding the net twice.

 

Image courtesy of Marca.

– Flying high.

– Varane tests his aerial power with two headed goals. Chicharito and Marcelo round off a comfortable goal feast at Cornella. Tenth consecutive victory.

– Carlo Ancelotti amends his words on Blatter: “The question wasn’t well put”.

– The goal of his life: Oscar Munoz will not forget he scored against the European Champions.

– Nolito versus Barca and his friend Lucho.

– “Luis Enrique is a phenomenon as a Coach and always tells you things to your face”.

– Silva alarm: an injury to his left knee could keep him out two or three weeks.

– Eternal Buffon: he plays his 500th game with Juve after 14 seasons.

 

Image courtesy of AS.com.

– Party in Cornella.

– 28,973 fans enjoy the spectacle.

– Double from Varane and goals from Chicharito, Marcelo and Oscar Munoz.

– The Atletico players ask that the votes are made public.

– The LFP’s lack of clarity increases the suspicion of a fix.

– Sevilla demolish Sabadell with a hat-trick from Iago Aspas.

– Barca win the Supercopa de Catalunya on penalties (4-2).

 

Image courtesy of Mundo Deportivo.

– Luis Suarez comes to the fore.

– The Uruguayan, who confirmed his quality, and Masip, are the best of Barca as they snuff out a young Espanyol.

– Barca overcome Espanyol on penalties (4-2) and carry off the Supercopa de Catalunya.

– MD has access to the ECA document: they are asking for the Qatar World Cup to be played in May.

– Laporta summons the Press today and the board will meet tomorrow to decide if they will appeal.

– Cornella fall with honour in front of 30,000 fans.

– The Andalusians have a banquet at the Harlequins’ cost.

– Godin asks for the LFP votes to be made public.

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