The sports newspapers published this morning, Thursday, focused on many important events, led by Real Madrid’s 6-1 victory over Mallorca in the Spanish League, and the exit of Man United at the hands of West Ham from the English League Cup.
Real Madrid’s hexagonal against Mallorca topped the covers of Spanish newspapers this morning.
Marca newspaper published a picture of Marco Asensio, the hat-trick against Real Mallorca, and commented, “Asensio joins a new white festival. Marco proved himself with three goals in an easy victory for the leader against a very weak opponent in defense, two goals and two passes from Benzema, and a goal from Isco.” .
While the newspaper “AS” titled, “Asensio goes to the party, a hat-trick and a great level from Mallorca, Camavinga impresses again, Benzema scores a double again, Real Madrid holds the lead.”
The Catalan newspaper, Mundo Deportivo, reported Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman’s statement at the Cadiz match conference, and the club’s management angered, saying Koeman had reached the limit, on the eve of the decisive match in Cadiz, the coach read a harsh statement demanding more support, Laporta answered in Huelva hours later: In principle, it is still the coach.”
English newspapers reported Man United’s exit from the League Cup against West Ham, and the European Union’s attack on FIFA, due to the proposal to hold the World Cup every two years.
“More than it should be, the European Union is attacking the plan to hold the World Cup every two years because of its danger to players, Nobel’s joy after the hammers were eliminated for Manchester United,” the Mirror newspaper said.
While the newspaper “Daily Star” commented, “Oli shock in front of West Ham,” “World War II, the European Union attacks FIFA’s plans to organize the World Cup every two years.”
Italian newspapers topped Juventus’ first win in the Italian League at the expense of Venice, and Milan caught up with Inter at the top of the Calcio.
And the newspaper, Corriere dello Sport, wrote, “Juventus is from safety, the first victory for the Bianconeri, but what a struggle to beat Spezia (3-2), return with Chiesa and de Ligt, Max: “We won the match of suffering,” Allegri can breathe. : “We should not look at the arrangement.”
“Milan catches up with Inter, and Napoli can return to the top against Sampdoria,” she added.
Corriere dello Sport