Tuesday, April 26, 2011

European League Results

Two Goal Huntelaar Juventus Move
Thanks to two goals in the entire stock by Dutch international striker Klaas Jan Huntelaar in the last minute, AC Milan managed to embarrass the host with the advantages of Catania two goals without reply at the Angelo Massimino stadium, Sunday (29/11).


Second victory Aguero Atletico Offer
Gray clouds for a while leaving Atletico Madrid after the 12 recorded a victory giornada two scintillating performance thanks to Sergio Aguero who bought up two goals to beat Espanyol with a score of 4-0 in the Vicente Calderon, Sunday (29/11).

Bring Ibrahimovic Madrid Barca Move
Marked with two red cards, action El Clasico between Barcelona and Real Madrid end with mere puppet goals Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the Nou Camp Stadium, Sunday (29/11).

Balance Rennes Lyon Bordeaux Throne Back to Top
Girondins Bordeaux back into the top seat in Ligue 1 after 14 weeks to win a landslide three goals without reply to the host AS Nancy Lorraine at the Marcel Picot Stadium, Sunday (29/11).

Hat-trick Kiessling corroborate Leverkusen
Thanks to three goals by striker ultimate disarangkan Stefan Kiessling, Bayer Leverkusen lead the standings remain the Bundesliga after 4-0 win over VfB Stuttgart at the Bay Arena Stadium, Sunday (29/11).

Chelsea Kian Firm in Peak
Arsenal desire to close up the competition with a top team again in the week ended after conquered by Chelsea with a superior three goals without reply at the Emirates Stadium, Sunday (29/11).

Absent Silva Until Early Years
The bad news is received by the La Liga club Valencia, after its flagship midfielder David Silva will certainly not graze in the rest of this year after suffering a knee injury at the weekend.

Milito Win Inter, Juventus Terjungkal

Different results achieved by the two top competitors in Serie A this season, after Inter Milan managed a thin 1-0 win over Cagliari, while Juventus are second overshadow must submit two goals without reply from the host Cagliari on Sunday (29/11) .

Liverpool Wins Merseyside Derby
Liverpool managed to embarrass the host Everton in the Merseyside derby at the weekend to the 14th Premier League win after two goals without reply at Goodison Park Stadium, Sunday (29/11).

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