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Sport Man City-Real Madrid, big problem in perspective

12:25  26 july  2020
12:25  26 july  2020 Source:   sports.fr

'We don't control the VAR': Raphael Varane hits back at Barcelona president's claims of technology bias in favour of Real Madrid after decisions go their way during crucial win over Alaves in LaLiga title race

  'We don't control the VAR': Raphael Varane hits back at Barcelona president's claims of technology bias in favour of Real Madrid after decisions go their way during crucial win over Alaves in LaLiga title race Varane was responding to suggestions from Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu that the video technology favours Madrid and spoke after a 2-0 win over Alaves opened up a four-point gapA 2-0 win over Alaves on Friday night reasserted Real's four-point advantage over rivals Barcelona at the top of LaLiga.

Real Madrid vs Manchester City . UEFA Champions League First Knockout Round. There was bad news for City in the first half, though, when key defender Aymeric Laporte limped off with an injury, having only just returned to the first-team fold after a long-term knee problem , but that was the only

Real Madrid 1-2 Manchester City : Guardiola says City need to be 'cautious' for second-leg. There were some fantastic individual contributions from the likes of Kevin de Bruyne, Gabriel Jesus and, off the bench, Raheem Sterling as City fought back to beat Real for the first time in their history.

Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) in action during the match  UCL Champions League match between Real Madrid vs Manchester City at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, February 26, 2020 . © Supplied by Sports.fr Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) in action during the match UCL Champions League match between Real Madrid vs Manchester City at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, February 26, 2020. The second leg of the Champions League round of 16 between Manchester City and Real Madrid is not expected to take place in England due to the quarantine imposed by the British government. The situation becomes more complicated for the round of 16 second leg of the Champions League which must oppose Manchester City to Real Madrid . Indeed, the British government has just taken new restrictive measures concerning travelers coming from Spain in particular. Faced with the skyrocketing number of Covid-19 cases, anyone coming from Spain will have to go through about forty. This would be the case for the Real Madrid delegation since no exemption should be granted. The holding of the match is however not called into question but obviously the men of Pep Guardiola will not be able to play this meeting in their stadium. A definite disadvantage even if it is tempered by the fact that they won at the Santiago-Bernabeu stadium in the first leg (2-1). UEFA will still have to decide but the meeting will undoubtedly take place on neutral ground. Initially, the cities of Porto and Guimaraes had been considered for the holding of the knockout stages remaining to be played. They should logically be concerned for this City-Real.

Manchester United transfer news: 5 ways Jack Grealish could fit into Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s team .
Whispers are getting louder about the Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish leaving - could Manchester United provide him the perfect new home?The Aston Villa captain was a wanted man after a storming season in which he led the Villans up from the Championship. When no concrete offers materialised, Jack stayed put in the Midlands, with the sole task of trying to keep his club in the Premier League.

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