22-October-2015

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

PSG 0-0 Real Madrid

Unbeatable

There is no one who can beat this Madrid

On the right track

More than a 0-0

Madrid overcame the absences and considerably surpassed PSG

Excellent version of Los Blancos and in total control of the game

Kroos is Kroos again

Only missed a goal

Kovacic falls

Another muscular injury in the squad

Man City 2-1 Sevilla

A minute remained

Sevilla don’t take advantage of their good game in Manchester

De Bruyne completes the comeback after more than 90 minutes

Finally Jackson

The Colombian gets off the mark at the Calderon

Atletico score easily against Astana and are the leaders after Benfica’s defeat

Villar

Under investigation and awaiting judgement

The Ethics Committee has sent the case to the Adjudicatory Chamber

Partizan - Athletic

Villarreal - Dinamo Minsk

A point of optimism

PSG 0-0 Real Madrid

A Madrid plagued by injuries walks through Paris and only lacks a goal

Villar, investigated for refusing to collaborate with the ‘Garcia Report’

Athletic have to win at Partizan with absences in the midfield

Marcelino relies on Soldado and Bakambu to beat the bottom team of the group

Sevilla lose at the last moment

Rami own goal and De Bruyne [91st minute] recover ‘Kono’s’ goal

Jackson finally scores

Heavy win led by Carrasco and Oliver

Atletico, top of the group

Bombshell!

A linesman, who wants to remain anonymous, denounces the Referees Technical Committee to the Anticorruption Office

Points to a former colleague with a Falangist past, his lawyer says that is not the only case and the Guardia Civil investigates

According to him, the referees receive pressure to favour Madrid in the next Clasico, November 21

Neymar, leader in assists and running: 10.1km against BATE

Rakitic, highest-scorer after the trident

PSG 0-0 Real Madrid

Sterile domination for Los Blancos without firepower

Atletico 4-0 Astana

Pleasant, heavy win for Atletico

City 2-1 Sevilla

Excellent Sevilla falls down in extra time

FIFA study sanctions for Villar