Diego Simeone's Players Failed To Win Against Leganes, Penultimate

Diego Simeone's players failed to win against Leganes, penultimate. For its part, Liverpool had to concede the draw against an English D2.

Diego Simeone's Players Failed To Win Against Leganes, Penultimate



Italy Inter slow motion



Inter Milan is no longer advancing: held in check by Cagliari at home Sunday 1-1, the Lombard club is likely to let Juventus soar in the lead at the end of the 21st day of Serie A, which also saw a spectacular Rome derby ending without a winner 1-1.

Everything went wrong on Sunday for Inter, and the end of the game was a symbol, with the red card taken by Lautaro Martinez in overtime for going after the referee. Furious, the Argentinian yelled, punched the ball and punched the plexiglass in the access corridor again, and he now faces a lengthy suspension.

Coach Antonio Conte also shouted his rage at the referee and left the stadium without saying a word. At the same time, club N.3 goalkeeper Berni sent off, and Ranocchia, a replacement defender, spit at his feet. Of the 4th referee. Milan captain Handanovic was flawless and admitted that the referee was not responsible for the result.



The results of the 21st day


Friday:
Brescia - AC Milan 0 - 1

Saturday:
SPAL - Bologna 1 - 3
Fiorentina - Genoa 0 - 0
Torino - Atalanta Bergamo 0 - 7

Sunday:
Inter Milan - Cagliari 1 - 1
Parma - Udinese 2 - 0
Sampdoria Genoa - Sassuolo 0 - 0
Hellas Verona - Lecce 3 - 0
AS Rome - Lazio Rome 1 - 1
Naples - Juventus Turin 2 - 1



Spain The Colchoneros on the carpet



Hanging 0-0 on its lawn by Leganes on Sunday in the 21st day of La Liga, Atlético Madrid plunges into a crisis and takes with him its trainer Diego Simeone, threatened after a fourth-row match without a win.

It heats up for the Argentinian technician who is experiencing one of the most challenging moments of his eight years on the bench of Colchoneros. He could not find the key to get rid of Leganes, the last tied, although his players showed more desire than during the defeat at Eibar 2-0 last weekend.

Angel Correa did have some opportunities in the first period of 20th, 23rd, 37th. Still, Ivan Cuellar, the Leganes goalkeeper, managed to intervene each time, before his expulsion on a red card in extra time at the end of the game 90th + 2. Cuellar responded to Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak, again the author of a perfect score, with class stops 11th on foot, 13th on the left fist.



The results


Friday:
Osasuna - Levante 2 - 0

Saturday:
Espanyol Barcelona - Athletic Bilbao 1 - 1
Valencia CF - Barcelona 2 - 0
Alavés - Villarreal 1 - 2
Seville - Granada 2 - 0

Sunday:
Atlético Madrid - Leganés 0 - 0
Celta Vigo - Eibar 0 - 0
Getafe - Betis Seville 1 - 0
Real Sociedad - Mallorca 3 - 0
Valladolid - Real Madrid 0 - 1



Liverpool stalls in Cup


English Cup thunderclap: Liverpool were held in check by a D3 club in the 4th round and will have to play a supported game, while the two Manchester giants have easily validated their ticket for the 8th. Facing League One resident Shrewsbury, Jurgen Klopp's men first led 2-0 before being joined in the second period.

Entering the game in the 60th minute, forward Jason Cummings was the executioner of the Reds, scoring his two goals 65th and 75th. Like Tottenham, forced into a draw by Southampton on Saturday, the leaders of the English championship will, therefore, have to face Shrewsbury a second time in the coming weeks to try to reach the round of 16.

Opposed earlier today in Fulham, Manchester City, however, did not go into detail. 4-0 winners of Fulham D2 thanks goals from Ilkay Gundogan 8th, Bernardo Silva 19th, and Gabriel Jesus 72nd, 75th, the men of Pep Guardiola signed the first box of the day.

Two hours later, their Manchester United rivals inflicted a tennis score 6-0 on Tranmere Rovers, residents of League One, the English third division.

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