Result: CEST Home favourite Marc Marquez won the Catalunya MotoGP to clinch his seventh win from seven races. World championship standings: Sport EN After securing his 62nd podium finish in his short career, Marquez now leads the way at the top of the World Championship by 58 points. 15/06/2014 He then battled it out with Pedrosa over the following laps – much to the delight of the home crowd – before a late error by the latter saw him slip into third behind Rossi. The 21-year-old Catalan has qualified third behind fellow Cataland Dani Pedrosa and Spaniard Jorge Lorenzo, but he put that right in the race in stormy conditions in Barcelona on Sunday afternoon. 1. Marc Marquez 175 pts2. Valentino Rossi 1173. Dani Pedrosa 1124. Jorge Lorenzo 785. Andrea Dovizioso 71 His younger brother, Alex, had earlier won the Moto3 race. Italian rider Valentino Rossi had led the race for large periods, but Marquez overtook him with six laps to go. 1. Marc Marquez (Spain)Honda) 42min 56.914sec2. Valentino Rossi (Italy) Yamaha at 0.512sec3. Dani Pedrosa (Spain) Honda) 1.8344. Jorge Lorenzo (Spain) Yamaha 4.5405. Stefan Bradl (Germany) Honda 11.1486. Aleix Espargaro (Spain) Yamaha 14.2137. Pol Espargaro (Spain) Yamaha 16.1278. Andrea Dovizioso (Italy) Ducati 16.1759. Andrea Iannone (Italy) Ducati 18.04010. Bradley Smith (GB) Yamaha 24.781 Upd. at 20:36
He is not happy with the result, which leaves the tie wide open ahead of the second leg at the Santiago Bernabeu. “They are one of the best teams in the world at defending. Oblak did a great job. “The second half was different because they pressured us more and we had difficulty keeping possession.” “I think, above all in the first half we deserved more than 0-0. Real Madrid’s first half was fantastic, we played very well, with personality. Simeone hailed his goalkeeper Jan Oblak for keeping Madrid at bay, and also said most other teams would have caved to Los Blancos’ pressure. Rik Sharma Carlo Ancelotti believes that his team deserved to beat Atletico during the goalless Champions League quarter final clash on Tuesday. “In the first half the opponents were good. Oblak was great, especially for Bale’s chance,” he explained. Upd. at 03:08 15/04/2015 “The result was not good, but we have gained confidence from that game, from what the team showed. The result is the best of the ‘worst’ results,” said Madrid’s manager. “And the best thing was the reaction we had. Any other team that had been damaged as we were in the first half would have ended up conceding. CEST “But the game became much closer to what we had imagined at the start.”
Bolivia and Mexico drew 0-0 in their first match of the Copa America in Chile, following the hosts’ two-goal win over Ecuador on the first day of the competition. After the first round of fixtures in Group A, it leaves Chile in a good position at the top of the table. Next up for Bolivia is Ecuador, while Mexico will meet the hosts in Santiago. However, it was Mexico who could have led after 12 minutes when Argentine-born Marias Vuoso created an opening for Juan Carlos Medina, who could not finish. Two minutes later, Ricardo Pedriel had Bolivia’s best chance of the half, but was denied by Corona. After the break Mexico changed to a 5-3-2 formation, which quickly switched to 4-3-3 when they attacked. It helped them come into the game more. Vuoso looked dangerous, creating another chance for Martins Moreno. Upd. on 22/11/2016 at 03:06 CET In 15 Copa America matches played in Chile, Bolivia have drawn five and lost 10. And they have not won their opening match in the competition since 1997, when, as hosts, they beat Venezuela. And in the 82nd minute they had their best chance, but Atletico Madrid striker Raul Jimenez missed the opportunity to snatch all the points. They looked better in the first half here against Mexico, with Jesus Corona the goalkeeper with the most work to do in the early stages. 13/06/2015 On top of that, they have now gone 16 matches without a win in South America’s biggest competition. The last time they triumphed was against Mexico (3-1) in the semi-finals in 1997. It’s the worst run of any side competing in the competition. EFE / Sport EN
He was driving an Aston Martin when he was clocked and, in addition to the driving ban, he has also been fined almost 4,000 euros. The 28-year-old, who now plays Chelsea, pleaded guilty to a charge of speeding at 110mph in a 50mph road close to his side’s Cobham training ground in Surrey. CEST Former Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas has been banned from driving for six months after he was caught cruising at more than double the speed limit in England. Sport EN 10/10/2015 at 21:05 Fabregas is currently on international duty with Spain, who sealed their qualification to next summer’s European Championships in France with a 4-0 win over Luxembourg on Friday night. The Catalan started the game, earning his 100th cap for his country in the process and becoming the 10th man to reach that milestone for La Roja.
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14/02/2020 There were eight seeds for Friday’s draws, the group winners (Ajax. Atalanta, Bayern Múnich, Benfica, Inter, Juventus, Liverpool, Real Madrid) and they were paired with the teams that progressed from the playoffs (Atletico Madrid, Red Star, Derby County, Dínamo Zagreb, Lyon, Midtjylland, Rennes, Salzburg). IN SPORT.ES EFE CET – Quarterfinals (17/18 March) Bayern Münich (GER) – Dinamo Zagreb (CRO) Inter (ITA) – Rennes (FRA) – Final (20 April, Colovray Stadium, Nyon) Salzburg (AUT) – Derby County (ENG) B. Winner of quarterfinal 2 – Winner of quarterfinal 1 Atalanta (ITA) – O. Lyon (FRA) Ajax Amsterdam (HOL) – Atletico Madrid (ESP) Here is the full draw, up to and including the final: Benfica (POR) – Liverpool (ENG) – Last 16 (3/4 March) .2. Winner of Salzburg/Derby County – Winner of del Atalanta/O. Lyon Red Star (SRB) – Midtjylland (DEN) A. Winner of quarterfinal 4 – Winner of quarterfinal 3 – Semifinals (17 April, Colovray Stadium, Nyon) Juventus Turín (ITA) – Real Madrid (ESP) Barça finished bottom of a group which included Inter, Borussia Dortmund and Slavia Prague. Inter qualified for the last 16 as group winners but Dortmund were knocked out after a playoff against English side Derby County. Upd. at 16:33 .4. Winner of Bayern Münich/Dinamo Zagreb – Winner of Benfica/Liverpool Juve-Madrid y Ajax-Atleti en los octavos de final de la Youth League .3. Winner of Estrella Roja/Midtjylland – Winner of Ajax/Atletico Madrid Juventus will host Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid will travel to Ajax in the last 16 of the UEFA Youth League, with Barcelona knocked out in the group stages. .1. Winner of Inter/Rennes – Winner of Juventus/Real Madrid
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