European football: Taking points this weekend


The world of sport mourns Kobe Bryant’s death, First defeat for Barcelona new boss and The new boy ‘Haaland’ can’t stop scoringWe take a look at what happened this past weekendThe world of Sport mourns Kobe Bryant’s death

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The world of sport mourns the death of basketball legend Kobe Bryant after he was among the nine people who died in a helicopter crash on Sunday morning, Sport and public personalities have been paying tributes to the Legend.“[I’ll remember] the fire.

He burned so competitively hot,” Woods said.“The desire to win. He brought it each and every night on both ends of the floor. Not too many guys can say that throughout NBA history Tiger wood said.

Us President Donald Trump was also terrified when the new broke to him’That is a Terrible news!’PSG forward Neymar paid his tribute after scoring against Lille and also gesturing his hands 24 instead of celebrating.

“It’s deeply saddening for the world of sport and for all of us,” said Neymar to Canal+ after the game.”

Not just for basketball fans, but for everything he did for sport.”FIRST DEFEAT FOR BARCELONA NEW BOSSBarcelona suffered a shock defeat at the Mestalla Stadium and ‘Quique Setien’ is already under pressure after the game.

Defeat cost Barca top spot as Real Madrid took advantage by beating Real Valladolid 1-0 on Sunday, with the pressure now on Setien to deliver a response.

The loss was a disappointing one as Real Madrid 1-0 win against Real Valladolid send them three points clear of the Blaugrana.Barcelona possession football under Quique Setien has been under some critics after they fail to find the cutting edges.


Real Madrid will be hoping to increase the lead when they face Atletico Madrid next weekend and Barcelona fans will hope their side can get back to winning ways when they face Levante.

NAPOLI RESURGING UNDER GATTUSO Napoli 2-1 win against Juventus was Gennaro Gattuso first home league win since taking over struggling Napoli.

Gattuso who had lost three of his first four Seria A games since taking over from Carlo Ancelotti said   “I haven’t forgotten the scar of the defeat to Florentina, a game which was a blow to my job,”

Napoli are showing signs of life after building on last week’s Italian Cup quarterfinal win over holders Lazio by spoiling former coach Maurizio Sarri’s return to Naples.Napoli win over Lazio on last week’s Italian Cup quaterfinal boost the hopes of the fans.


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BORRUSIA DORTMUND NEW BOY CAN’T STOP SCORING Erling Braut Haaland is already making marks in the Bundesliga after scoring 5 goals coming up as a subtitute for Borrusia Dortmund.Haaland’s normally reserved coach Lucien Favre showered him with praise after he scored twice in Friday’s 5-1 victory over Cologne, following on from his incredible debut hat-trick the previous weekend.”He’s unstoppable.

He always wants to train, he always wants to win. As a coach, it’s fantastic to have such players at your disposal,” said Favre.

The former Augsburg player is the first ever player to score five times in his first two Bundesliga matches, and his goal ratio is currently at 12 minutes per goal.”You dream of something like that as a child.

It was absolutely fantastic,” Haaland said.”Now I just have to keep training and get in better shape. Then it will be better on the pitch.”

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