Sunday, April 19, 2015

European Leagues

Last Week in Spain, there were very important games, games that could decide the League Champion, the qualifications for the European Cup.
FC Barcelona, leader of the league by 4 points tied 2-2 against Sevilla FC and reached a 5 points difference with their Rivals, Real Madrid.
Real Madrid took advantage of Barcelona's draw and won 3-0 against Elbar, with Real Madrid's win, Barcelona is now ahead by only 2 points.
Two other interesting games,  Atletico Madrid 2- Malaga 2 and Valencia 3- Levante 0, made the league even more interesting.

In Italy, there were some interesting games that made the league even more interesting. The leader Juventus lost 1-0 against Parma with only two starters on the team.
Another interesting games, Napoli won 3-0 against Fiorentina, AC Milan tied 1-1 against Sampdoria, Lazio won 4-0 against Empoli. Inter reached the Champions League qualification stage by defeating Verona by 3 goals to 0. 

In Germany, Bayern Munich defeated Frankfurt by 3-0 and extended their lead over all of their opponents. Borussia Dortmund lost 3-1 against Borussia Moglendbach. Stuttgart defeated Werder Bremen 3 to 2 while FSV Mainz lost against Bayern Leverkusen.

In France, PSG defeated Marseille by 3-2, Guingamp lost 3-1 against Lyon. Bordeaux defeated Lens by 2-1. Another two crucial games for the Champions League qualifications, Monaco and St.Etienne tied 1-1 while Nice and Evian also tied 2-2.

Let's finish with one of the most interesting leagues around Europe, the English Barclays Premier League, where the leader Chelsea defeated QPR by 1 to 0.
Arsenal defeated Burnley 1 to 0 and made the difference with the leader even shorter.
Newcastle lost 2-0 against Liverpool and reached the Champions League qualification.
Let's finish today's entry by talking about the derby of Manchester between Manchester City and Manchester United.
Manchester City took an early advantage by a surprising goal by Aguero, but then Manchester United made a huge comeback and finished by winning 4 to 2.

See you next week with an update involving South American interesting games.



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