Sports newspapers published this morning in Europe have been interested in many important events, chief among them the fall of Atletico Madrid against Seville, giving Barcelona and Real Madrid the opportunity to advance more than the top, and Aston Villa led by Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet winning 3-1 over Fulham.
Spanish newspaper AS headlined, “Seville beat Atletico de Madrid 1-0 with a late goal by Marcos Acuna .. Barcelona can reduce the difference to one point by beating Real Valladolid tonight and Real Madrid trailing by three points.”
The newspaper “Mundo Deportivo” wrote, “The great opportunity”, referring to the gift that Atletico Madrid gave to Barcelona to reduce the lead in the lead to one point.
“Marca” newspaper talked about the racism that Mukhtar Diakabi, the Valencia player, had suffered from the Cadiz player. Spanish”.
The victory of Aston Villa, led by Egyptian star Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet, over Fulham by three, and Manchester United overcame the Brighton hurdle thanks to Mason Greenwood, and Guardiolas attack on Man City coach of those in charge of the England match schedule, the English newspaper covers this morning.
The Daily Star newspaper published a picture of Egyptian star Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet after scoring two goals that led Aston Villa to beat Fulham 3-1 in the 30th round of the English Premier League.
Then she mentioned Guardiolas statements, in which he said, “A disgrace. Pep declares that those in charge of the match schedules are killing players.”
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The Daily Express commented, “You are killing my stars. Guardiola declares that the players are reaching a breaking point after attacking the organizers of the matches.”
She also hinted at Manchester United’s victory over Brighton, saying, “Mason Greenwood is illuminating a way for the initial comeback.”
The Guardian newspaper published a picture of Jose Mourinho, coach of Tottenham Hotspur, angry after a disappointing 2-2 draw with Newcastle United, and wrote: “We created instability. Mourinho blames his players for wasting the progress.”