La Liigaa Ispeenitti Riyaal Maadriid yoo injifatu Baarseloonaan Nu Kaampitti moo’atame

Taphoota birootiin Atleetikoo Maadriidfi Viyaariyaalii yoo injifatan, Siviyyaan moo'atameera

Taphoota kilaboota La Liigaa Ispeen jiddutti geggeeffameen oduun guddaan torbaan kanaa rifannoota injifatamuu Malaagaa irraa Baarseloonaa mudateedha- sanuu Nuu Kaampitti. Baarsaan 1 – 0 kan rukutamee qabxii sadi baay’ee murtessituu taate harcaasuuf dirqameef.

Riyaal Maadriid erga harka kilabii magaalaa isaa, Atleetikoo Maadriid harkatti burkutaayee boodaa waan dandamachaa dhufe fakkaata. Gara dhimma wolitti aansee injifachuu Maadriid ittiin beekamuutti waan deebi’e fakaatee mul’ateera. Tapha har’a geggeeffameen Elshee 2  – 0n moo’achuudhaan garaagarummaa Baarseloonaa woliin qabu gara qabxii 4itti olguddiseera. Riyaal Maadriidiif goolii kan galchan Kariim Benzemaafi Ronaaldoodha. Guutuu oduu taphoota kanaa akka asii gadiiti>>>

Real Madrid vs Elche

Carlo Ancelotti celebrated his 100th game in charge of Real Madrid by moving four points clear at La Liga’s summit courtesy of a 2-0 win at Elche.

Barcelona’s surprise 1-0 home reverse at the hands of Malaga on Saturday gave Real the chance to extend their advantage at the top 24 hours later, and they overcame a profligate first half to seal maximum points.

After seeing an acrobatic effort wrongly ruled out for offside before the break, Karim Benzema struck from close range 11 minutes after the interval for his 18th goal of the season in all competitions.

Cristiano Ronaldo had endured a frustrating first half that saw him hit the woodwork and miss two presentable opportunities, but the Portuguese netted his 38th goal of the campaign with a trademark header midway through the second period.

It was Ronaldo’s seventh in just three appearances against Elche, who failed to seriously trouble Iker Casillas – making his 500th La Liga appearance – in the Real goal.

Victory sees Ancelotti’s side put further daylight between themselves and the chasing duo of Barca and Atletico Madrid, while defeat for Elche leaves them 17th in the table, four points clear of the bottom three.

Ronaldo, fresh from ending a three-game scoreless run against Schalke in midweek, went close to the opener in the fourth minute when he curled a superb effort against the outside of the post.

The visitors threatened again seven minutes later, but Elche goalkeeper Przemyslaw Tyton was able to smother Gareth Bale’s effort from close range.

Tyton had to be alert to save from Ronaldo again soon afterwards as Real continued to dominate, and the Portuguese uncharacteristically made a mess of Bale’s square pass when it seemed he would tap home from six yards.

Real ought to have been in front five minutes prior to the interval when Benzema produced a superb overhead finish to convert Bale’s centre, but the assistant referee incorrectly ruled the Frenchman to have been offside.

After a first half that saw one-way traffic towards the Elche goal, Casillas was tested for the first time two minutes into the second period when he got down to keep out Aaron Niguez’s low drive.

Niguez was then perhaps fortunate to only receive a yellow card for a studs-up challenge on Bale, before Real finally took the lead through Benzema in the 56th minute.

Ronaldo broke away down the left and delivered a low ball into the box, where David Lomban’s attempted clearance ricocheted kindly off Tyton into the path of Benzema, who could not miss from a yard out.

And that advantage was doubled 13 minutes later as Isco got to the byline and dug out a cross from the left, which Ronaldo planted into the top left-hand corner with a powerful header from 12 yards.

The remainder of the game proved to be largely uneventful, as Real took full advantage of Barca’s unexpected slip-up.

Barcelona  vs Malaga

Juanmi dealt Barcelona’s title bid a sizeable blow as his first half strike saw Malaga come away from Camp Nou with a shock 1-0 win on Saturday afternoon.
Malaga claimed a 0-0 draw after successfully nullifying Lionel Messi and Neymar when the two sides met at La Rosaleda in September and they produced a fine display to claim their first Camp Nou victory since 1999.

Luis Suarez, who missed their last meeting, was unable to inspire a change in Barca’s fortunes this time around, as their usually lethal frontline struggled after Juanmi capitalised on an early Dani Alves error to break the deadlock.

The hosts unsurprisingly dictated the tempo of the match, though Malaga’s hard-working defence held firm in admirable fashion, while Javi Garcia’s side posed a significant threat on the break.

Rafinha and Andres Iniesta saw Barca’s best chances go begging in the first half, while opportunities were even rarer after the break, as Malaga proved impenetrable.

The visitors ultimately scraped over the finish line to claim a famous and surprising win despite Barca’s intense late pressure, sealing a result that will raise smiles at title rivals Real Madrid.

Despite resting few key players in the lead up to Tuesday’s Champions League trip to Manchester City, Barca trailed after just seven minutes, proving to be their own worst enemy.

Dani Alves sold Claudio Bravo short with a poor back-pass and Juanmi pounced, skipping beyond the goalkeeper before prodding home, doing little to help the Brazilian’s bid for a new contract.

Barca almost hit back just two minutes later, but Weligton, who infamously clashed with Messi in this season’s reverse fixture, crucially blocked Rafinha’s powerful goal-bound effort.

Though the hosts continued to dominate, Malaga’s dogged defending ensured that clear-cut opportunities were few and far between.

And the visitors proved particularly dangerous on the counter-attack, nearly adding to their lead twice in quick succession just after the half-hour mark.

Barca should have restored parity five minutes before the interval, though Iniesta could only send his tame header straight at Carlos Kameni.

The hosts’ monopoly of the ball continued into the second half without much to show for their efforts, as the impressive Weligton and Roberto Rosales remained solid at the back.

Neymar and Messi attempted to force the issue, driving forward with intent and forcing the Malaga defence back, but generally the hosts’ final ball fell flat, as opportunities eluded Luis Enrique’s men.

Substitute Pedro sent their best chance into the side netting, leaving Luis Enrique with much to ponder ahead of their trip to face Premier League champions Manchester City in the Champions League next week.