Spanish Newspaper Headlines & Reaction to Real Madrid loss against Man City in the Champions League

Here is a look at the headlines from the Spanish press after Real Madrid’s 2-1 defeat at the Etihad to Manchester City, a result that saw them exit the Champions League again at the Round of 16 stage. Pep Guardiola’s side repeated their 2-1 triumph from February and progressed 4-2 on aggregate.

The AS newspaper went with the headline “Hundidos”

AS Headline Man City 2-1 Real Madrid

“Dos Regalos” (Two Gifts), said Marca, referring to Raphael Varane’s twin errors

Marca Headline Man City 2 Real Madrid 1 Champions League

“KO Real” was the headline from Mundo Deportivo

Mundo Deportivo Headline Manchester City Real Madrid

Pre-Match FA Cup Final 2020 Betting Odds- Chelsea vs Arsenal | Who are the favourites?

Here is a look at the pre-match betting odds for Chelsea vs Arsenal

Who are the favourites for the 2020 FA Cup final?

Judging by the odds, it’s Chelsea who are favourites. The Blues clearly have shorter odds than the Gunners (see pic below), indicating that Frank Lampard’s men are expected to lift the trophy at Wembley later today.

First row (blue)- odds on Chelsea winning the FA Cup

Third row (red)- odds on Arsenal winning the FA Cup

FA Cup Final 2020 ODDS

Jonjo Shelvey goal vs Manchester City- Former LFC star denies City all three points at Newcastle

This Jonjo Shelvey goal vs Manchester City was a beautifully worked set piece move from Newcastle, who caught the defending champions napping at the end of their league clash at St James Park.

City were leading 2-1 when this Shelvey goal in the 88th minute was scored. Shelvey, as one might remember, was formerly a Liverpool player, and he’s done his former club a big favour with this strike as City end up with just one point instead of the three they would ordinarily have been expecting Continue reading

Sheffield United 1-0 Crystal Palace | SUFC’s first Premier League home game in 12 years ends in victory

Bramall Lane’s first Premier League home game since May 2007, with over 30,000 fans in attendance, saw Sheffield United beat Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace on Sunday afternoon.

The Blades fielded a lineup completely made of British and Irish players for the second game in succession- the first team to do so since Norwich back in 2012, and were good value for their victory, dominating a Palace side whose heart didn’t quite seem to be in it.

SUFC Lineup Continue reading