Spanish Paper Talk: ‘Faultless’ From Real Madrid And Atletico

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Madrid take advantage of weakened Liverpool side to qualify.

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as both Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid put themselves in charge in Europe with two wins between them.


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– Faultless.

– Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid in charge in Europe.

Los Blancos are now in the Last 16 after a modest victory against Liverpool. Lethal Karim Benzema: Five goals in four Champions League games.

– Diego Simeone’s men take three golden points in Malmo. Koke and Raul Garcia the Atletico gunpowder with two great goals.

– The goal drought set to open: Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez together for the first time in the Champions League.

– Fito and The Lions: the famous Athletic fan goes all-out on a great European night.

– Imminent accusation: Match-fixing case – the authorities are only waiting for a bank document to bring action.

– Lafita testified yesterday.


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– Qualified!

– Poor show from Liverpool, who fielded several reserves.

– Iker Casillas beat the record of Champions League matches (144). “When I started out I never thought I could reach this figure”.

– A goal from Benzema, who is still inspired, settles the game.

– Atletico demolish the fortress. Koke and Raul Garcia scored and Simeone’s men reach the Last 16.

– Luis Enrique: “I’m kind, spontaneous, modest and also handsome”.

– Athletic obliged to win to remain alive.

– Ramadan puts paid to a May solution for Qatar 2022.


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– Reaction required.

– Barca want to leave the bad results behind and claim a convincing victory.

– A win would almost leave Barca in the Last 16 and Lucho warns “I take these emergencies as a challenge”.

– Koke spurs on Los Rojiblancos.

– Real Madrid are now in the Last 16.

– Lionel Messi, ready to conquer Holland: Leo has scored in every country except where he plays today.

– Frank de Boer: “I’m expecting the game of our lives”.

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