A much-weakened Malaga defended resolutely to frustrate the Catalan giants at Camp Nou. TheHardTackle takes a look at the talking points from the game.
Tottenham have reportedly reignited their interest in former Barcelona forward Sandro Ramirez, who is currently plying his trade at Malaga
FC Barcelona were left to rue the absence of their star forwards as they failed to unlock the defence of a 9-man Malaga and were held to a frustrating draw at the Camp Nou.
Defending La Liga champions FC Barcelona play hosts to Malaga on Saturday, looking to move ahead of Real Madrid temporarily and create pressure on the league leaders ahead of the Madrid Derby.
Real Madrid's 24 year old midfielder has rubbished all possibilities of a deadline day move to Malaga or Tottenham. The midfielder will stay on at the Spanish capital despite head coach Zinedine Zidane hinting at a possible departure.
Cristiano Ronaldo missed a penalty as Real Madrid's hopes of catching La Liga leaders Barcelona were all but ended with a 1-1 draw at Malaga on Sunday.
Twitter reacts to Lionel Messi pulling off an exquisite volley to give Barcelona a narrow win over Malaga
Speaking after Barcelona’s 2-1 away win over Malaga, manager Luis Enrique claimed that it was important for his team to win despite ‘playing badly’. Barcelona looked unconvincing even though they took the lead in the first minute of the game as Munir found the back of the net from close range. It took a brilliant goal from Lionel Messi to earn Barcelona three crucial points as Luis Enrique emphasised the importance of winning games despite playing poorly. To win, playing a game when we were not at our usual level, strengthens us As reported by ESPNFC.com, Luis Enrique admitted that his side were inferior to Malaga in the first half of the game. The manager went on to claim that it was one of Barcelona’s worst first half performances in recent times. “It is difficult for us to play such a weak first half, lots of problems, lots of mistakes. “Even after scoring so early. We were inferior to Malaga in […]
It is well known that Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is a very sore loser, what is even more evident is his frustration when he does not score.
Real Madrid coach Rafael Benitez was left frustrated as Los Blancos threw away the chance to move back to the top of La Liga with a 0-0 draw at home to Malaga on Saturday.