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Cercle Brugge KSV V KSV Roeselare, Mar 17
Docdre99 (Barcelona) 6 years ago
Great cercle !
Deeq14 (Inter Milan) 6 years ago
Real Madrid leapt to the top of the league tonight, after coming from behind to beat Sporting Gijon.

Real Madrid were missing Kaka and Raul Albiol, while Sporting Gijon fielded their strongest possible line-up.

Both teams have a fairly attacking mentality, so it was a surprise that the match got off to a cagey start, and it was not until 15 minutes that the first shot on target occurred, when Miguel De Las Cuevas shot straight at Iker Casillas at the near post.

Real Madrid had their first genuine chance on 23 minutes, when Esteban Granero's attempted chip flew over the bar, after he had been set up by Cristiano Ronaldo.

Los Merengues were dominating the game, but they still looked vulnerable to Sporting's counter-attacks, and Diego Barral should have done better on 35 minutes, but his shot was deflected wide after he had been found by De Las Cuevas.

With five minutes to go, Ronaldo finally found some space and cut in from the right, but his drive flew well into the stands. Seconds later, Gonzalo Higuain fired a shot goalwards, but Juan Pablo was equal to the task.

That proved to be the last chance of the half, as the sides went in goalless, much to the disappointment of the home crowd.
Ordaye (Liverpool) 6 years ago
Manchester United returned to the top of the Premier League table with a 2-1 win against rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford this afternoon.

Fernando Torres scored the opener with a fine header before Wayne Rooney equalised at the second time of asking after his penalty was saved. Ji-Sung Park scored the winner in the second half with a wonderful diving header.

Liverpool took an early lead in the fifth minute, Torres stole the ball in midfield and it fell to Lucas Leiva who played it back to the Spaniard. He back heeled it to Steven Gerrard and Liverpool were away, quickly spreading the ball out wide to Dirk Kuyt on the right.

The Dutch international picked out Torres, who was unmarked in the middle, and the Spanish forward headed beautifully into the top left-hand corner past Edwin van der Sar.

Manchester United responded wonderfully, playing the ball inside to Antonio Valencia who drove through the Liverpool back four. Javier Mascherano was chasing and hauled the winger down as he entered the area and Howard Webb pointed to the spot, booking Mascherano for the challenge. The infringement looked to have started outside the box.

Rooney stepped up to take the penalty and hammered the ball to Pepe Reina's left. The 'keeper guessed correctly and produced a brilliant save. Unfortunately for Liverpool the ball came straight back out to Rooney, who gratefully tapped the rebound into the open goal: 1-1 with 12 minutes played.

After the frantic start the pace of the game slowed substantially, with both sides defending solidly and shots on goal coming sporadically.

The next chance came to Park. He played the ball out wide to Valencia, who beat Emiliano Insua on the right and crossed to the South Korean who had found space in the centre. He got a glancing header to the ball, but it limped wide of the far post without troubling Reina.

Torres was becoming increasingly frustrated with his lack of service, and lunged into a tackle on Park. The Spaniard intimated that the midfielder had dived and received a yellow card

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