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Real Madrid and Barcelona are Still in the bidding for the Lead

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Sunday, 13 December 2009 19:31

Real Madrid and Barcelona are Still in the bidding for the LeadThe Real Madrid and Barcelona are still in a tight battle for the lead of Spain. Both clubs garnered significant victories in duels yesterday by the fourteenth day of the league.

Earlier, Barcelona scored three points in his race for the title of the hand of his striker, Swede Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who reached 11 touchdowns.

Ibrahivomic with good technique became a controversial penalty which ultimately would be the only goal in which Barca won 1-0 at Espanyol in the Catalan derby.

Later, Real Madrid, without their star Cristiano Ronaldo for Kaka suspension and injury, beat visiting Valencia 2-3 in a match that shined in the second half.

The meringues came to the Mestalla with the obligation to win five to shorten the distance with Barca, who thanks to his victory reached 39 units.

Argentine Gonzalo Higuain was responsible for guiding the meringue victory with two touchdowns, but that would be Garay whites to celebrate.

The Pipita would score first in the 54th minute, but Valencia did not stay idle and five minutes later the Spanish David Villa celebrating a draw.

Again, Higuain put his team up, with a goal at 65 'and played better when he again visited the house equal, with both Joaquin at 80'.

When the draw was stated in the figure of marker Ezequiel Garay, head to seal the third and final goal for Madrid, a victory led by suffering for Pellegrini.

Yesterday's in Spain ended with the victory 1-2 of Athletic Bilbao on Zaragoza.

In England, meanwhile, Aston Villa surprised all and sundry after 1-0 defeat by the minimum and visits to Manchester United, who failed to make the push for Everton before the leader tied 3-3 against Chelsea.

For today is raised by the clash between Liverpool and Arsenal.

In Italy, Juventus lost 3-1 at Bari while Cagliari 3-3 draw with Napoli.

And in Germany, Schalke 04 and Bayern Munich won with authority to Werder Bremen (2-0) and Bochum (5-1), respectively, and approached one and two points behind leaders Bayer Leverkusen, who drew 2-2 in Berlin.

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