CHAMPIONS LEAGUE RESULTS

APOEL Nikosia v Real Madrid - UEFA Champions League

Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo nets 100th European goal for los Blancos against Cypriots 

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE RESULTS

REAL MADRID 6-0 APOEL

Real Madrid’s Luka Modric opened the scoring with a well-struck volley from just outside the box after 23 minutes. Next Karim Benzema scored twice, with Nacho adding another before the break to put the Spanish La Liga giants well ahead. Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice in the second half as Real Madrid defeated APOEL 6-0. Ronaldo scored his 100th goal in all European competitions for Real Madrid as his double helped them put six past APOEL in Champions League Group H.

Ronaldo reached his century in just 95 games but he has only scored once in Spanish La Liga this season. CR7 is the man to beat in this competition. He now has 8 goals in 5 games and no one has scored more in the group stage. After his powerful header made it 5-0, he unveiled a new celebration running an imaginary flag up a flagpole to mark the event. 

Juventus v FC Barcelona - UEFA Champions League

Spanish La Liga football superstar Lionel Messi

JUVENTUS 0-0 BARCELONA

Barca went through to the Champions League Last 16 in Group D after a stalemate while Italians Juve edged closer to qualification. Barcelona’s 0-0 draw still meant that Catalan giants Barcelona qualified for the knockout stages of the competition.

Massimiliano Allegri's Juventus side need a win against Olympiakos in their final match to ensure qualification. Third-place Sporting Lisbon beat the Greek side 3-1 and will travel to the Camp Nou in their final match a point behind Juventus.

Spanish La Liga football superstar Lionel Messi was named on the bench by Barcelona for their Champions League clash with Juventus by Barca boss Ernesto Valverde.

Lionel Messi’s Barcelona and Argentina team-mate Gonzalo Higuain shared a joke about Messi being on the bench at Juventus Stadium. Higuain apparently found it hilarious that Lionel Messi was named on the bench, Messi did came off the bench onto the field in the 56th minute when he replaced Gerard Deulofeu, but failed to score and the match finished 0-0. As the two teams were heading out of the tunnel, former Real Madrid striker Higuain had a dig at Messi for failing to make the starting XI. The duo are international team-mates with Argentina.

"It suits him the vest, the vest of a substitute" before the two laughed together,” said Higuain.

Probably Valverde rested Messi ahead of Barcelona's top-of-the-table clash against Valencia at the weekend.

The Barcelona superstar was forced to watch his team-mates toil for 56 minutes after Messi took his seat on the subs' bench for Barcelona v Juve.The five-time Ballon d'Or winner has already conceded he will play a lesser role for Argentina in order to reach the World Cup in peak condition.

Juventus v FC Barcelona - UEFA Champions League

Barcelona football superstar Lionel Messi

"We play many games in the season, the Champions League, the Copa del Rey, La Liga, plus everything about the national team and the trips.

"I want to get to the World Cup in the best way.”

Reportedly Arsenal star Mesut Ozil wants to join Barcelona for £17m in January and demands £330,000-a-week, while Arsenal set to be dealt another blow as Schalke star Leon Goretzka wants to join Barcelona.

Juventus v FC Barcelona - UEFA Champions League

Barcelona football superstar Lionel Messi

The 2017-18 UEFA Champions League is well underway with the top clubs and superstar football players in Europe battling for silverware and the title of “Kings of Europe”. Here are all the results to date for the 2017 – 2018 campaign, with the upcoming fixtures and links to buy 150% guaranteed Champions League Tickets now online for all the games securely online at LiveFootballTickets.com!

UEFA Champions League Matchday One

Group AManchester United 3-0 BaselBenfica 1-2 CSKA
Group BBayern 3-0 AnderlechtCeltic 0-5 Paris
Group CChelsea 6-0 QarabağRoma 0-0 Atlético
Group DBarcelona 3-0 JuventusOlympiacos 2-3 Sporting CP
Group ELiverpool 2-2 SevillaMaribor 1-1 Spartak Moskva 
Group FFeyenoord 0-4 Manchester CityShakhtar Donetsk 2-1 Napoli
Group GPorto 1-3 BeşiktaşLeipzig 1-1 Monaco
Group HReal Madrid 3-0 APOELTottenham Hotspur 3-1 Borussia Dortmund

UEFA Champions League Matchday Two

Group ABasel 5-0 BenficaCSKA 1-4 Manchester United
Group BParis 3-0 BayernAnderlecht 0-3 Celtic
Group CQarabağ 1-2 RomaAtlético Madrid 1-2 Chelsea
Group DSporting CP 0-1 BarcelonaJuventus 2-0 Olympiacos
Group ESevilla 3-0 MariborSpartak Moskva 1-1 Liverpool
Group FManchester City 2-0 Shakhtar DonetskNapoli 3-1 Feyenoord
Group GBeşiktaş 2-0 LeipzigMonaco 0-3 Porto
Group HBorussia Dortmund 1-3 Real MadridAPOEL 0-3 Tottenham

UEFA Champions League Matchday Three

Group ABenfica 0-1 Manchester UnitedCSKA Moskva 0-2 Basel
Group BBayern 3-0 CelticAnderlecht 0-4 Paris
Group CQarabağ 0-0 AtléticoChelsea 3-3 Roma
Group DBarcelona 3-1 OlympiacosJuventus 2-1 Sporting CPMaribor 0-7 
Group ELiverpoolSpartak Moskva 5-1 Sevilla
Group FFeyenoord 1-2 Shakhtar DonetskManchester City 2-1 Napoli
Group GRB Leipzig 3-2 PortoMonaco 1-2 Beşiktaş
Group HReal Madrid 1-1 Tottenham HotspurAPOEL 1-1 Borussia Dortmund

APOEL Nikosia v Real Madrid - UEFA Champions League

UEFA Champions League Matchday Four

Group AManchester United 2-0 BenficaBasel 1-2 CSKA Moskva
Group BCeltic 1-2 BayernParis 5-0 Anderlecht
Group CAtlético 1-1 QarabağRoma 3-0 Chelsea
Group DOlympiacos 0-0 BarcelonaSporting CP 1-1 Juventus
Group ELiverpool 3-0 MariborSevilla 2-1 Spartak Moskva
Group FShakhtar Donetsk 3-1 FeyenoordNapoli 2-4 Manchester City
Group GPorto 3-1 RB LeipzigBeşiktaş 1-1 Monaco
Group HTottenham Hotspur 3-1 Real MadridBorussia Dortmund 1-1 APOEL

UEFA Champions League Matchday Five

Group ABasel 1-0 Manchester UnitedCSKA 2-0 Benfica
Group BAnderlecht 1-2 BayernParis 7-1 Celtic
Group CQarabağ 0-4 ChelseaAtlético 2-0 Roma
Group DJuventus 0-0 BarcelonaSporting CP 3-1 Olympiacos
Group ESpartak Moskva 1-1 MariborSevilla 3-3 Liverpool
Group FNapoli 3-0 Shakhtar DonetskManchester City 1-0 Feyenoord
Group GBeşiktaş 1-1 PortoMonaco 1-4 RB Leipzig
Group HAPOEL 0-6 Real MadridBorussia Dortmund 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur

UEFA Champions League Matchday Six (5–6 December)

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Group A: Benfica v Basel tickets, Manchester United v CSKA tickets
Group B: Bayern Munich v Paris Saint Germain tickets, Celtic v Anderlecht tickets
Group C: Roma v Qarabağ tickets, Chelsea v Atlético Madrid tickets
Group D: Barcelona v Sporting CP tickets, Olympiacos v Juventus tickets 
Group E: Maribor v Sevilla tickets, Liverpool v Spartak Moskva tickets
Group F: Shakhtar Donetsk v Manchester City tickets, Feyenoord v Napoli tickets
Group G: Leipzig v Beşiktaş tickets, Porto v Monaco tickets
Group H: Real Madrid v Borussia Dortmund tickets, Tottenham Hotspur v APOEL tickets

UEFA Champions League Round of 16

Draw (11 December)
Round of 16, first leg (13–14 & 20–21 February)
Round of 16, second leg (6–7 & 13–14 March)

UEFA Champions League Quarter-finals

Draw (16 March)
Quarter-finals, first leg (3–4 April)
Quarter-finals, second leg (10–11 April)

UEFA Champions League Semi-finals 

Draw (13 April)
Semi-finals, first leg (24–25 April)
Semi-finals, second leg (1–2 May)

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Final, NSK Olimpiyski, Kyiv May 26, 2018

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Chelsea’s Eden Hazard and Atletico Madrid’s Juanfran battle for the ball during the UEFA Champions League Group C match at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid on September 27, 2017

CHELSEA FIGHTING TO RETAIN THEIR EPL TITLE A SECOND SEASON!

In MatchWeek 7, EPL Champions Chelsea were sunk by Belgium striker Kevin De Bruyne’s winner for Manchester City.

After his side’s crucial defeat, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte admitted Chelsea had lost “the complete player” Kevin De Bruyne who scored the winning goal against his former club to return Manchester City to first place on top of the England Premier League.

De Bruyne’s former teammate Frank Lampard talked about why former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho allowed Kevin De Bruyne to leave Chelsea in 2014.

"It was a difficult time for the club, you had Eden Hazard, Oscar, and Willian had just signed. He wasn't as good as he is now,” said Lampard. "Of course, it's easy to look and say 'why did you let him go?', but he's gone away and made himself a world-class player."

De Bruyne’s second-half winner left Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola naming him among the world’s elite footballers and left Chelsea boss Conte facing questions about Chelsea’s decision to sell the Belgian during José Mourinho’s second term at Stamford Bridge. Conte did not criticize Mourinho’s decision directly but acknowledged it was Chelsea’s loss.

“I don’t know, honestly, what happened in the past,” said Conte. “But for sure we are talking about a top player, the complete player. He’s good, technical, fast, and he works hard for his team. He is the complete player.”

De Bruyne’s goal was key to an impressive performance by an in form, well coached Man City side performances in the Guardiola era. The victory made it eight straight wins in all competitions.

“He is doing a lot of great things,” said Guardiola. “Last season he hit the post 12 or 13 times and this season they are going in. He can do absolutely everything. With the ball he can assist short and long. Without the ball, he’s the most humble person, the most shy guy.

“If I have to run 100km for the team, I will do that, no problem,” said De Bryune.

“It is not easy to find that work ethic with this type of talent,” continued Guardiola.

City’s 1-0 defeat of Chelsea moved them back above Manchester United who enjoyed a 4-0 victory at home to Crystal Palace, to the top of the league on goal difference. Tottenham Hotspur are in third position.

“It’s still only September,” added Guardiola. “We still have United and the Harry Kane team. United is a José Mourinho team. With José, it will be so tough. But it’s important to show we can play like that. We showed in the first minute that we were coming here to win the game and Kevin showed, once again, how good he is.” 

After their goalless draw with Arsenal, Chelsea have now failed to score in back-to-back league games at Stamford Bridge for the first time since November 2012.

“We played against a really good team,” Conte continued. “We created chances but didn’t take them and in this type of game it’s very important to score first. Great compliments to Manchester City.”

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte recently talked about the pride he has being manager of his Chelsea side. Conte has only praise for the commitment his men show on the training field as well as in games.

Conte was obviously disappointed with Saturday’s result against Manchester City. But the Italian manager Conte wants to remind people of the magnitude of last season’s achievement of winning the Premier League title and other honors. Conte talked about his strong desire to achieve even more success.

“I see my players every day and I am proud to be their coach because I see their commitment in every training session and every game and I am pleased for this,” said Conte. “For sure, to defend the title is very difficult because the past has shown it is very difficult to win two titles in a row. Our motivation must always be high, in every competition. We must put all of ourselves into trying to do the best in every game. Last season was a great satisfaction because the year before we finished 10th and then we won the title and reached the final of the FA Cup. I think we had a fantastic season and this time we have to try to do our best and try to have great satisfaction again. For sure, it won’t be easy but last season also was not easy.”

Before becoming Chelsea boss, Conte won three consecutive Serie A titles with mighty Juventus. Conte is well aware that the task of retaining a Premier League crown is possible, but difficult as the top EPL sides strengthen their squads.

‘At Juventus we won the title against a really strong side like AC Milan, but the next season Milan sold Thiago Silva and Ibrahimovic, and they were weaker. It wasn’t simple, but it was easier,” added Conte. “Here, if you compare this season with last season, you can see that you have big teams last season and now they are bigger. I think last season we did a really great job because we won the league against really strong teams. Manchester City last season was also a fantastic team. Now, after a great transfer market they improved a lot. It’s not simple to play in this league, but we have to try to do our best in every game, with great ambition, because we must always have the right ambition.”

With international fixtures coming up, Chelsea next see EPL action against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on 14 October.

“I think we can’t have regrets and we gave everything,” said Conte. “All my players gave 120 per cent to try to make a good result, but it wasn’t so. Sometimes you have to accept a bad result, but I think the most important thing is to see the fantastic attitude and commitment of my players because they gave everything.”

Chelsea head into the October international break having won 4 of their 7 league games to date, drawn 1 and lost the other 2. It is exactly the same record Chelsea had this time last season on the road to lifting the EPL trophy with the second-highest number of points in Premier League history.

Chelsea’s loss to Man City was not due to a lack of effort. The Blues knew it would be a difficult week, starting with the trip to Stoke last Saturday. Then there was the trip to Atletico Madrid, arriving back early the next morning at 5am, with practically only one day to prepare for the match. City team came well prepared. They had home games and one extra day of rest. Reportedly Chelsea made no excuses. City won their last two games, much in the same manner as Chelsea did.

"This was without a doubt the same Chelsea of last season, but what happened was that we came up against a City side who went into the game much better rested than we did," said Conte. "Nothing more. This time last year we were eight points behind, but it doesn’t mean anything. There is still a long way to go in all competitions.”

Chelsea 0-1 Manchester City

Manchester City goal: Kevin De Bruyne 67

Clean sheet: Courtois

Squads

Courtois, Rudiger, Christensen, Cahill, Azpilicueta, Kante, Bakayoko, Fabregas, Alonso, Hazard, Morata. Subs: Caballero, Pedro, Moses, Kenedy, Zappacosta, Willian, Batshuayi.

Manchester City: Ederson, Walker, Stones, Otamendi, Delph, De Bruyne, Fernandinho, Silva, Sane, Gabriel Jesus, Sterling. Subs: Bravo, Danilo, Gundogan, Mangala, Bernardo Silva, Alexander Zinchenko, Toure.

Italian Chelsea boss Antonio Conte reportedly may quit at the end of the 2017-18 season. Conte took Chelsea to their surprising Premier League title last season. However his relationship with Chelsea’s board is difficult, made worse by a failure to land a number of his priority transfer targets in the summer transfer window. Conte missed out on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Alex Sandro. Danilo, and Romelu Lukaku. Chelsea landed Alvaro Morata paying a club-record £58million fee. However Chelsea were still scrambling around on deadline day of the window to sign Davide Zappacosta and Danny Drinkwater, who is still yet to make his debut. The former Italy national team boss was close to quitting during the frustrating summer window. Inter Milan launched an effort to hire him away from Stamford Bridge. Conte sounded an alarm earlier this week when he admitted he missed Italy and did not intend to manage abroad for much longer.

“I miss Italy, there is no doubt,” said Conte. “It is not in my mind to stay abroad for a long time. Italy is my country. I will return, I don’t know when but that is the aim.”

When asked what other countries he would enjoy working in, he ruled out a move to China.

 

“China? No, absolutely not,” he added. “Bundesliga? It’s always difficult to predict the future. Let’s just say that a coach is a temporary worker. It depends on the results, but there’s desire on my part to try to do the best I can, finishing one project and then finding the right one to continue. I miss Italy, that’s a fact. Still, this experience is helping me so much. I would also like to change role, maybe become a sporting director in the future. Are we better than the English? There are practically no English managers in the Premier League. There are so many parts of the world here, but everyone here is good, prepared and among the best in the world.”

Conte signed a new contract in the summer that runs until 2019.

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Kevin de Bruyne of Man City celebrates scoring his sides opening goal during the UEFA Champions League Group F match bedtween Manchester City and Shakhtar Donetsk at Etihad Stadium on September 26, 2017 in Manchester UK.

KEVIN DE BRYUNE GRABS WINNER FOR CITY

Manchester City star striker Kevin De Bruyne scored the winner as Manchester City beat his old club Chelsea 1-0 at Stamford Bridge.

De Bruyne has become a better player this season for Manchester City, reports his boss Catalan Pep Guardiola who tried to sign him when Kevin was at Bundesliga giant club Bayern Munich. Popular playmaker De Bryune scored two key goals to help City win crucial Premier League victories keeping City on top of the Premier League Table after MatchWeek 7. Guardiola has seen progress in the player from last season. And it is his character that the manager believes makes De Bruyne such a rare talent.

"In the end, Kevin made the difference once again. He showed us once again how good he is," said Guardiola. "In the last game he scored the important goal and today again. Last season he hit the post 15 times. He can do absolutely everything. He is a guy that can play in different positions, up the channels, assists short and long and then he is the most humble and most shy guy. He is a guy that if you ask to run 100km for the team he will do it. It is not easy to find that in this kind of talent. He's one of our captains, I think he has made a step forward and people feel confident having him on the pitch.".

City did not give Chelsea any chance or opening as they “hassled and harried” the EPL champions before Kevin De Bruyne struck to earn a vital 1-0 win. Guardiola was clearly delighted that his men had shown what he is trying to achieve at the club.

"We are in September," added Guardiola. "It is so important winning at Stamford Bridge and they are not able to win. In terms of points it is so important but we spoke about that. We try as Manchester City to feel like a club - not just teammates or players or staff - to convince the club that we are able to go wherever and do our game, whatever happens. Of course you have to adapt to the opponent but to show in the first minute at Stamford Bridge that we have come to win, that is what I want to give to the club and the team and we did it today and we did it last season at Old Trafford in the first 45 minutes. Even when we came here last season we played in that way and we tried but we were unable to win. I am so satisfied because we won in the way we have been trying to from the beginning."

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Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo led Real Madrid to 2017 Champions League victory!

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UEFA Champions League holders Real Madrid will face Borussia Dortmund, Tottenham Hotspur and Apoel FC in Group H after the draw for Europe's biggest club competition took place in Monaco on Thursday. England Premier League giant club Manchester United return on fire to the popular tournament after last year's success in the UEFA Europa League. The Red Devils will battle Benfica, FC Basel and CSKA Moscow in Group A. Reigning Premier League champions Chelsea have been drawn with Atletico Madrid, Roma and Qarabag FK in Group C. Opening matches are scheduled for September 12 and 13.

Los Blancos' draw is labeled as a group of death, and Real Madrid's trips to Germany and England could see them lose their chance to win the famous trophy again. Superstar striker Cristiano Ronaldo inspired his side previously in the competition, but the Spanish La Liga winners will have to be amazing to retain the Champions League for the third season running.

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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2017-18 GROUP STAGES DRAW

Group A: Benfica, Manchester United, Basel, CSKA Moscow

Group B: Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Anderlecht, Celtic

Group C: Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, Roma, Qarabag

Group D: Juventus, Barcelona, Olympiakos, Sporting Lisbon

Group E: Spartak Moscow, Sevilla, Liverpool, Maribor

Group F: Shakhtar Donetsk, Manchester City, Napoli, Feyenoord

Group G: Monaco, Porto, Besiktas, RB Leipzig

Group H: Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Tottenham Hotspur, Apoel

MATCHDAY 1 FIXTURES

Tuesday 12 Sep 2017

SL Benfica v PFC CSKA Moskva

Manchester United FC v FC Basel 1893

FC Bayern München v RSC Anderlecht

Celtic FC v Paris Saint-Germain

Chelsea FC v Qarabağ FK

AS Roma v Club Atlético de Madrid

FC Barcelona v Juventus

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Club Atlético de Madrid v AS Roma

Juventus Football Club v FC Barcelona

Sporting Clube de Portugal v Olympiacos FC

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Tuesday 5 Dec 2017

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Supercopa de España: Real Madrid 2-0 Barcelona - Barça lose El Clásico

Karim Benzema

Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema celebrates scoring their second goal.

Spanish Super Cup 2017: Real Madrid 2-0 Barcelona (5-1 agg.)

Supercopa de España: Real Madrid 2-0 Barcelona - Barça lose El Clásico

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Barcelona 1-3 Real Madrid FT

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Real Madrid 2-o Barcelona FT

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Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid side win 2017 Spanish Super Cup

Real Madrid defeated Barcelona 2-0 to win the Supercopa de España or the Spanish Super Cup, a Spanish football championship contested by the winners of La Liga and the Copa del Rey.

After winning both legs of the Supercopa de España, Real Madrid lifted the trophy on a 5-1 aggregate win at Camp Nou in Madrid as the hosts quickly scored another stunner to put any doubts to rest. Real added their second trophy to their collection this season. Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane continued his incredible run as manager on Wednesday night as he won his second trophy of the 2017-18 season, without Cristiano Ronaldo, before the start of the Spanish La Liga season. Real Madrid saw off their arch rivals easily, even with Ronaldo and several other key players not on the squad, in a match against their arch-rivals Barca. No doubt Ernesto Valverde is concerned.

Cristiano Ronaldo was banned for five games in the first leg. Ronaldo’s first booking was for taking off his shirt. The second red was for diving in a terrible decision by the referee. Ronaldo's little shove afterward was a bad decision, and that push caused Ronaldo to be given a tough ban.

Cristiano Ronaldo called his five-match ban for pushing a referee “exaggerated and ridiculous” and claims he is being persecuted after failing to have the sanction overturned on appeal.

During Sunday night’s Spanish Super Cup 3-1 first-leg victory over Barcelona, in which Ronaldo had scored, the Real Madrid forward reacted badly after being shown a second yellow for diving by match official Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea, shoving the referee in the back. A Spanish football federation (RFEF) Committee dismissed an appeal, meaning Ronaldo missed out on Wednesday evening’s Supercopa return leg against Barça and will miss upcoming La Liga games against Deportivo La Coruña, Valencia, Levante and Real Sociedad. Ronaldo reacted angrily on social media: “It’s impossible to stay quiet in this situation, five matches! To me it seems exaggerated and ridiculous, this is what you call persecution! Thanks to my team-mates and to the fans for the support.”

In the second leg of the Spanish Super Cup, Real Madrid and Barcelona battled for the first major trophy available in Spain. Real went into the match holding a 3-1 aggregate lead after goals from Leo Messi, Gerard Pique (an own goal), Marco Asensio and Cristiano Ronaldo lit up the first. Real boss Zinedine Zidane and his side seized the opportunity to add to their incredible trophy haul while Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde is learning about life without Neymar.

asensio scores a goal

The Bernabeu erupts as Marco Asensio celebrates his goal 

Marco Ascenio was key to Real Madrid’s victory against Barca as he scored sensational goals in both legs of the tie with Barca in the 2017 Spanish Super Cup. At Camp Nou he scored an amazing goal, and at the Santiago Bernabéu, he opened the match scoring with another.

“My two goals in the Spanish Super Cup were great and I will look back on them fondly,” said Ascenio. “The fans show us incredible support and so naturally we want to reward them with titles. We were playing at home and had to really turn it on, and we created opportunities, we played the better football over the tie.”

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Real Madrid goalie Keylor Nevas stops Barca superstar Lionel Messi in Supercopa de España second leg

Madridista goalie Keylor Navas has played in a milestone 100 official games for Real Madrid following the Spanish Super Cup return leg win. The talented goalkeeper is in his fourth season at Real Madrid, winning 74 games and 8 titles. His 100 games are spread across six competitions: LaLiga (67), Champions League (25), Copa del Rey (3), Club World Cup (2), Spanish Super Cup (2) and UEFA Super Cup (1).

“We're happy to win titles and keep looking to the future,” said Costa Rican Navas. “It is great to win and more so against a big rival. We worked hard in the preseason, we are doing well physically, we're confident. We have a great group and we're fighting for every possible title”. 

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Real Madrid goalie Keylor Nevas in Supercopa de España first leg

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Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid side are winning trophies at an amazing rate, with a 100% haul in finals to date. Under the Frenchman, the side have won every final they have played in, including this Spanish Super Cup 2017 final. This impeccable run started with la Undécima and the penalty shootout win over Atlético Madrid. Then Sevilla and Kashima Antlers were both defeated in the UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup, respectively. In 2017, the victories came in the la Duodécima win over Juventus and the Super Cups against Manchester United (UEFA Super Cup) and Barcelona (Spanish Super Cup). La Liga number 33 completes the fantastic haul Zidane has overseen.

Real Madrid CF v Club Atletico de Madrid - UEFA Champions League Semi Final: First Leg

Zinedine Zidane continued making European football history for Real Madrid fans as he enjoyed another win in his string of successes as Madridista coach – this time he and his side won the Spanish Super Cup. Real Madrid manager Zidane the was thrilled with the efforts of his team.

“We had to be ready on the 8th of August for the first title. We've won two significant trophies against two big rivals. It stands us in good stead to start the season. Now La Liga begins and it's going to be even more difficult,” said Zidane. “I'm pleased with how we're doing things, and in particular with how we're playing. The first 15 or 20 minutes were spectacular in pressing high up and how we kept hold of the ball. It was a very good first half. In the second we had to dig in a bit because this opposition can cause you problems, that's to be expected. We wanted to play just as we did and when things go to plan you're happy. The players were fantastic. We're not going to get euphoric, this is a long-run thing and we'll enjoy the moment”.

“It's not just Asensio, everyone's doing a great job and working well,” added Zidane. They all do what's expected of them. Now we're starting over. We're going to have to show it again in La Liga. It's going to be a difficult season against tough opposition. The players are in great shape and they know what they want to achieve. It's a group who want to keep winning matches and trophies. I'm enjoying all that's happening now. I'm thrilled with Marco's goal because I love football and when I see a goal like that I'm impressed, just like everyone who enjoys the game”.

“The players deserve it,” continued Zidne. “They are talented and working hard. Winning two trophies against the likes of Manchester United, a great team, and Barcelona is not easy. Behind that lies our will and hard work. This team is hungry and you see that when we play. This is a great way to start, everyone is content. We are going into a long season, but we are ready”.

“There were many key things, the important thing is that we believe, which we do. We played well in both legs. The first half was spectacular. We were strong from the start. It was the game we expected and we are thrilled. It is another trophy, we have to congratulate the players, they were great,” said Zidane. ”I’m really pleased, I love my work and winning 7 titles with these players... It is a great start and we’re still on the run we were on before, having won LaLiga and the Champions League. We are coming to the end of one part, we've got another couple of titles and now we start the season, we have to do everything to win and it will be complicated. I have a spectacular squad and when I make changes you notice it. It is true that taking Isco out, after a great game against Barcelona, can be tough on the player. But the players know this will be a long road and we’ll play more than 65 games. I am happy when I change the team around without changing the dynamic”.

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