28-July-2015

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

Gunman James

I came, I saw, I scored

Landed on Saturday, trained on Sunday, played 12 minutes yesterday and scored a ‘golazo’

A Madrid more solid and more united soundly defeats Inter

Everyone complies defensively and the replacements reach the level of the starters

Jese, the most outstanding

Sergio Ramos

Benitez and the locker room sees him in Madrid

Chelsea-Barca

Morbo [ill-feeling, craziness] in the early morning

Barca rediscover Chelsea, with Mourinho, and with Cesc

‘Cholo convinced me’

Atletico yesterday presented Savic, the replacement for Miranda

Fines for everyone who whistled the national anthem

Proposed sanction of €66,000 for Barca, €18,000 for Athletic and €123,000 to the RFEF

European Under-19 Women’s Championships

Silver for the golden girls

Spain fall against Sweden and close the tournament with a creditable runners-up place

Madrid goes like a shot

Casilla plays the second half and scarcely had to work

Overwhelming superiority over Inter and ‘golazos’ from Jese and James

De Gea gets closer: United sign Romero

Atleti present Savic and are examined in Oviedo

Oblak will have his first minutes and Jackson Martinez has stayed in Madrid

Chelsea-Barca

828 days later, Barca are confronted by Mourinho

Spain 1-3 Sweden

Euro Under-19 Women’s Championships

Spain runners-up

Sweden are physically superior

Fines from the Cup Final: €66,000 for Barca, €18,000 for Athletic and €123,000 for the Federation

Pedro pushes, drawn to Nolito

The Canary Islander presses to leave as soon as possible, but Barca want him to play in the European Super Cup

The Celta player, who shone under Lucho, would fit in as a replacement if the club gives in and looks for one

Interview with Iniesta: ‘I don’t suffer under Luis Enrique’s system’

Chelsea-Barca

Date night with Mou and Cesc

The tour ends against the Premier League champions

€6,000 fine for Barca after whistles in the Cup

Inter 0-3 Real

Approximation with Ramos and De Gea, closer

Euro Under-19s Women

Sweden end the dream of Spain [3-1]