Real Madrid seal bragging rights to European glory in Spain

Real Madrid have sealed bragging rights in Spain as far as European silverware is concerned with their epic win over Diego Simeone’s men on Saturday. Real won by 4 goals to 1 in a game that was destined to be Atlético’s first ever Champions League title. It wasn’t to be and Real Madrid came away with their long awaited ‘Décima’. More on Real’s European bragging rights

Simeone outwits the special one at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea were knocked out of a place in the Champions League final in Lisbon by Diego Simeone’s Atlético Madrid. Torres struck first for the blues and Adrián levelled the scoreboard just before half time. After that it was Atlético’s game and scored two more via a Diego Costa penalty and a strike by Arda Turan – More on this story

Pep Guardiola suffers his worst defeat at Bayern

Ex Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola suffered his worst defeat as Bayern Munich manager last night at the Allianz Arena. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge stated before the match that the Bayern stadium would be an “inferno” for Real Madrid but “los blancos” proved him wrong. Read the report here

Madrid show Pep who’s boss and Barcelona ban overturned

Real Madrid edged their way into a second leg clash with German powerhouse Bayern Munich with a 1 nil win at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium breaking Guardiola’s 100% record against the “merengues”. On another note, FIFA have kindly lifted the ban on Barcelona that prohibited the club from signing any new players for a year. More on these two stories

Atlético “uncontrollable” says Martino

FC Barcelona were knocked out of the Champions League last night by a very well organised Atlético Madrid. Simeone’s men didn’t allow Barça to settle into their usual passing game and Gerardo Martino admitted that “Atlético were uncontrollable”. More on this story

Barcelona to go with Clasico formula against Atletico Madrid

Barcelona are to go with the Clasico formula against Atletico Madrid tonight at the Vicente Calderón stadium in Madrid in a bid to outwit their counterparts in their quest for a seventh semi final of the Champions League in succession. More on this story here

Barcelona must steal the limelight from Atlético says Xavi

Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernández believes his side “must steal the limelight” against Atletico Madrid on Wednesday night if they are to reach the semi-finals of the Champions League for the seventh season in a row. More on this story

Atlético happy with “complete” performance at Nou Camp

Atlético Madrid spoke about a “complete performance” at the Nou Camp on Tuesday night to hold Barcelona to a 1-1 draw ahead of next week’s decider. Diego Ribas scored a wondrous goal and Barcelona will be without Gerard Piqué for 4 weeks after bruising his pelvis. More on this tie here