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Wanda moved to 10th place in Barcelona’s La Liga after Atletico went 1-0 down to Madrid at the Metropolitan.

Mark-Andre Ter Stegen Nutmeg entered the empty net before Yanut Nick Kerasco scored the winning goal.

Coach Ronald Koeman could not find a way back to the Barcelona match after facing more questions once again towards the direction of his team.

Barcelona’s last defeat was their first win in 10 years against Atletico, with Atletico topping the joint.

Earlier in the day, Gerard Moreno’s late penalty helped Villarreal secure a 1-1 draw with Real Madrid to maintain their unbeaten home record.

Real took an early lead through Mariano, looking to respond to a 1-1 defeat at Valencia before the international break.

Moreno missed some chances to stretch his side level, but confirmed the points count when he converted from the spot with 14 minutes left.

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos missed out on a hamstring problem after Spain’s 0-0 win over Germany in the Nations League.

Eden Hazard made his first appearance since November 3 after a positive Covid-19 test.

Visitors were in front just two minutes later at the Estadio de la Ceramica when the Dominican Republic forward Mariano arrived home at the back post. The goal was to allow the build-up to stand after a VAR investigation for possible side effects.

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Congratulations to Mariano after giving Real Madrid an early lead

Villarell, who was looking to get to the top of the table with his second home win, came close to equalizing at 21 minutes.

Murray floated the ball to the left in the penalty area, but Daniel Parejo sent his free-header over the crossbar.

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Real Madrid went ahead for about 32 minutes when right back Dani Carvajal ran ahead and put an angular shot into the side net.

Just before half-time, Mariano’s efforts hit the post after a quick counter-attack, but the offside was above the flag.

Real Madrid had a second chance to extend their lead to five minutes in the second half, but Larika Vazquez turned her shot after Mariano dismissed her.

Gerard Moreno keeps cool to slot his home equalizer for Villarreal
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Moreno’s slot keeps Cool for equalizing for Home Villarreal

Just an hour ago, when Villarreal was trying to play from behind, visitors should have been on that level of condition when captured. Manu Triguros quickly fed Moreno – but his shot was pulled by a very wide pull from a distant post.

Samuel Chukwies, Jeremy Pino and Pervis Estupinon all came forward, with Villarreal boss Unai Emery switching sides three times to freshen up.

With 20 minutes left, the hosts got off to a good start when Ecuador’s left-hander Estupinon went low and his low cross was found by Parejo – but the veteran sent the former Real Madrid midfielder’s first attempt.

Villarrell was penalized in the 75th minute when Thiaut Kortois brought down the Chuquis as the striker rushed into the box.

Moreno fired a spot-kick ahead of the Belgian No. 1 dive to draw the side level of the house.

Villarreal remained aggressive and Rafael Varan made a brave block to reject Moreno, as visitors were held for a point.

Bundesliga: Holland score four

Earling Holland climbed to second in the Bundesliga after beating hosts Hertha Berlin 2-2 at Borussia Dortmund in a sensational second half performance.

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It was a memorable evening for the Norwegian Holland, who scored the first away goal of the campaign and 10 goals in eight games of his season, less than top scorer Bayern Munich’s Robert Lavandowski.

It was an equally memorable match for teenager Youssefa Moukoko, who became the youngest Bundesliga player at the age of 16 and one day late in the game.

Holland stunned his visitors twice between the 47th and 49th minutes after Malathias Cunha stunned the visitors with a shot from 25 yards out in the 33rd minute.

He completed his hat-trick when he knocked over Hertha’s mistake to ‘keeper and slot in round’, in complete disarray with the hosts.

Holland took his fourth place goal after Rafael Guerrero also scored for the visitors and Hertha soon reduced the deficit with a thunha penalty.

Thomas Mલller showed tension during the 1-1 draw at World Bremen
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Thomas Mલller showed tension during the 1-1 draw at World Bremen

Leicester Bayern Munich had to come back to save a 1-1 draw against Werder Bremen, slipping a second time in their last 35 matches in all competitions, but remained unbeaten from Bayer Leverkusen.

Four days after Spain’s 6-0 defeat to Germany, Bayern’s many international appearances have been short-lived, with the German champions failing to hit a single shot on goal throughout the first half.

World took a worthy lead on a half-time stroke, while Josh Sergeant founded Max Eggistin, who beat keeper Manuel Neuer with a good left-footed effort.

Byrne, who has won 33 of the previous 34 games in all competitions, had to wait 50 minutes for Douglas Costa to show the crossbar a terrible shot and the hosts showed some signs of life.

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They accelerated the pace and Kingsley Komen pushed them to 62nd position, but for the next 20 minutes they were back before Eric Chopo-Moting and Robert Lavandowski’s many late chances.

Kingsley Coma drew Bayern Munich level but they were OK
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Kingsley Coma drew Bayern Munich level but they were OK

However, the hosts need to be thanked for avoiding a second league defeat of the season after defeating Sergeant one by one in the minute.

Bayern are on 19 points, three ahead of RB Leipzig, who are later in action against Eintracht Frankfurt.

Unbeaten Bayer Leverkusen He is permanently second at 18 after his 2-1 win Armenia Bielefeld, Courtesy of Alexander Dragovich’s 88th minute winner on rebound.

Shuchel 04 Opposite lost 2-0 at home VFL Wolfsburg And has won 24 league matches without a win. Schalke are ranked 17th in the league, determined by Tasmania Berlin in 1965/66, close to the all-time winless run in 31 matches.

Serie A: Emob obile helps Lazio move to fifth place

Ciro Immole celebrates Lazio sliding in front of Croton
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Ciro Immole celebrates Lazio sliding in front of Croton

Ciro Immole Serie A became Lazio’s joint second top goal scorer in history as he prepared for a 2-0 victory at Croton in Sodden conditions on Saturday.

The match was in danger of being called off after violent storms and flooding in Calabria, but, after passing the pitch inspection, Immobile, along with Giuseppe Signori, saw a 21-minute header for Lazio to move towards the 107 Serie A goal.

When the rain subsided in the second half, visitors secured three points in the 58th minute by accepting a shot from a tight angle to Joaquin Correa.

The win stretches L’Lio’s unbeaten run to seven in all competitions and Serin Inzagi’s side Serie A is fifth in the standings, while Croton remains at the bottom.

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