04-Mar-2017

Today's front-page headlines from Marca, AS and Mundo Deportivo…

Looking north

Eibar-Real Madrid (15:15)

Madrid can’t fail against La Liga’s revelation team, Eibar

Without Cristiano, Bale and Morata, Los Blancos are entrusting Benzema up top

Dani Garcia, Eibar’s captain: "At this level, we can affect things”

Two banned games for Bale                                                                  

Raymond Kopa

Farewell to a legend

“I’m counting the hours to my return”

Fernando Torres was discharged from hospital yesterday after his brutal clash at Deportivo

Barcelona-Celta (19:45)

Players become protagonists

Luis Enrique admits his announcement has taken a load off: “I feel relieved”

Leganes-Granada (12:00)

Villarreal-Espanyol (17:30)

Betis 2-3 Real Sociedad

La Real, fourth, put pressure on Atletico

Miura, still playing at 50 years and seven days

“I already can’t wait to get back”

Torres was discharged but has to stay in Santiago to rest

“It’s football, it can happen to anyone”

“I don’t remember anything about the phase of play. They told me what happened”

Atletico’s players often receive refresher courses in CPR

In Benzema’s hands

Cristiano, with muscle fatigue, did not travel to Eibar

Bale, two games suspended

Iago Aspas threatens Camp Nou

Luis Enrique is not looking at PSG, he will go with everything

La Real in the Champions League places

Clash for survival at Butarque

Escriba and Quique, an encounter without secrets

“We’ve been warned”

Camp Nou will host a great game and a fans’ tribute to the Coach

“Celta have already beaten us with good football, others did it with ‘traps’ in quotation marks”

“I feel relieved but, at the same time, very motivated to fight for trophies”

Cristiano Ronaldo, not present at Ipurua

The Portuguese was criticised by the rest of the team for his selfishness in a tense meeting as Ramos defended him

Eusebio Sacristan has a clause in his contract and is being considered by Barca

La Real get into the Champions League zone thanks to a stellar Xabi Prieto

The players maintain their strike action in Argentina