Bayern Munich & Santiago Bernabeu

FC Bayern Munich , is a German sports club based in Munich, Bavaria. The Estadio Santiago Bernabéu is an all-seater football stadium in Madrid, Spain. 5.0/5

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By Christoph Kockeis Former Norway international Jan Aage Fjortoft feels it would be wrong to compare new Real Madrid signing Martin Odegaard to Barcelona star Lionel Messi and has warned that the 16-year-old should be given time to develop. The youngster is regarded as one of the most exciting talents around and Madrid beat off stiff competition from clubs such as Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Barcelona, Arsenal, Liverpool and Ajax for Odegaard's signature. The attacking midfielder has even been compared to Messi by some due to his style of play, but Fjortoft has moved to downplay expectations following his compatriot's transfer to the Santiago Bernabeu this January. "Comparing Odegaard to Messi is nonsense from the media. Messi is a player who can make the difference and Martin can do the same, but any comparisons should not be taken seriously," Fjortoft told Goal at the Snow Football World Cup in Arosa. "Martin is only 16 years old and he should be allowed to behave like someone of his age. He shou ...
Manchester United are hopeful of landing Real Madrid star Marcelo in January, but have been told they have no chance of re-signing Cristiano Ronaldo after receiving a blow in the chase for Chelsea and Liverpool target Marco Reus. The Red Devils are in the market for reinforcements when the transfer window re-opens after Christmas, and one player heading Louis Van Gaal's wishlist is Brazil international. Real Madrid are looking to sign David Alaba from Bayern Munich, and are ready to part ways with Marcelo in order to fund the Austrian's move. However, boss Carlo Ancelotti has dismissed United's hopes of signing Ronaldo this summer after saying the player is committed to his contract at the Santiago Bernabeu. United are also keeping tabs on Germany international Reus but could miss out on him as well after Bayern Munich revealed they are looking to sign the winger at the end of the season. Reus is also being followed by Chelsea and Liverpool, and United have a battle on their hands if they want to secure h ...
Carlo Ancelotti has been discussing comings and goings at Real Madrid, with Angel Di Maria demanding too much to stay. The Argentina international brought a four-year stay at Santiago Bernabeu to an end over the summer when completing a British record £59.7million transfer to Manchester United. Real were reluctant to part with one of their most creative influences, but refused to bow to his salary requests. Experienced performers such as Xabi Alonso and Diego Lopez were also moved out, to Bayern Munich and AC Milan respectively, and Ancelotti insists all of the sales sanctioned made sense for the players and club. He told Cadena COPE: “Di Maria? I was in agreement with the club. There are times when the club needs to say no. You can’t change the policies of the club for one player. “Di Maria asked for a lot of money and preferred to leave to go find it. The club couldn’t give him the money he wanted. They say that I’m the manager of the club; of course, I coach for the club, not for the pla ...
Chicharito will not return to Manchester United once his loan deal at Real Madrid expires next summer. Hernandez was hoping that his move abroad would earn him a place back in the Red Devils' squad for next season, but reports in Spain claim that Van Gaal has no intention of bringing him back to Old Trafford. Instead, the Dutchman is hoping that Chicharito's impressive performances will see his price-tag rise ahead of a permanent exit. Major clubs including Bayern Munich, Roma and Tottenham have all been credited with showing an interest in the 26-year-old, but Real could be tempted to snap up the forward if he proves to be a hit at the Santiago Bernabeu. [Source: Express]
League Matches round up: In Spain: Real Madrid 5 - 1 Elche In Germany: Bayern Munich 4 - 0 Paderborn Eintracht Frankfurt 2 - 2 Mainz 05 Hoffenheim 3 - 3 Freiburg Werder Bremen 0 - 3 Schalke 04 In Italy: Empoli 2 - 2 AC Milan Pep Guardiola's side may have been unspectacular in the opening four games of their title defence, yet Bayern never looked like losing at the Allianz Arena against Paderborn, as Gotze's double, Robert Lewandowski's half-volley and Thomas Muller's close-range finish late on secured victory and top spot in the table. Meanwhile in Spain, Cristiano Ronaldo struck four times as Real Madrid maintained their remarkable resurgence with a 5-1 victory over Elche at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday evening. Ronaldo's night had hardly begun as he would have wished - he was at fault for the 15th-minute penalty that gave Elche a shock lead through Edu Albacar. Madrid and Ronaldo in particular - rallied, with three quick goals of their own through Gareth Bale and a double from the FIFA Ballon d'Or w ...
Toni Kroos believes there is a completely different mentality at Real Madrid than the one he was used to at Bayern Munich. The Germany international joined the Santiago Bernabeu side in a deal believed to be worth €25 million and says he is already adapting to his surroundings in Spain - despite discovering a very different approach to the one he became used to at the Allianz Arena. "The mentality here at Madrid is different than at Bayern," Kroos was quoted as saying by Sport Bild. "When training started at 10:30 at Bayern, everybody would be ready to go at 10:30. Things are a bit different here. I got used to it pretty quickly, though. Everything is a bit more relaxed and loose. "I briefly considered using a translator at Madrid, but I didn't like the idea of having someone around me all the time. I can get by using English. And Sami Khedira helped me out with some minor things in the beginning. He was really helpful for me." Kroos then went on to make it clear that he doesn't feel any extra pressure ...
Real Madrid have completed the signing of the Manchester United target Bayern Munich star Toni Kroos. The World Cup winner, who starred for his country during their triumph in Brazil, has agreed a six-year deal with the European champions. The 24-year-old, who has won the Bundesliga in each of the last two seasons, had been one of Manchester United's principal transfer targets this summer. However, United were unable to agree terms with both the player and Bayern over a deal. And that allowed Los Blancos to swoop for the midfielder, who had just one year left on his contract at the Allianz Arena, and who will be presented as a Real Madrid player later today at the Santiago Bernabeu. Kroos, who has 51 international caps to his name, leaves Bayern after an eight year association with Germany's biggest club, during which time he made 185 appearances for the club.
Bayern Munich have announced that Toni Kroos has completed his transfer to Real Madrid for an undisclosed fee. The attacking midfielder had long been linked with a move to the Champions League holders and he has now signed a contract with Madrid until the summer of 2020. "We would like to thank Toni for his time at Bayern Munich," said Bayern chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge on the deal. "We enjoyed some great successes together. We wish him and his family all the best in Madrid and at Real." Bayern were initially keen to hold on to the 24-year-old, yet they put him up for sale after failing to reach an agreement over a contract renewal. Manchester United also showed an interest in signing the Germany international, but Kroos eventually opted against a move to the Premier League giants in favour of Madrid. Kroos, who played a key role in Germany's World Cup win this summer, will be presented to the media and fans on the honorary balcony at the Santiago Bernabeu at 17:00CET on Thursday. The midfielder came thro ...
On Saturday Spanish newspaper Sport claimed that Manchester United had bid €24m for Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos. They also stated that the German international was open to a move away from his current club and that a big wage offer from Manchester United was more than tempting for Kroos. The reason for the Spanish reporting was supposed interest from Barcelona and there's more in Spain on Sunday with El Confidencial covering it from a Real Madrid perspective. They've been explaining for a week or so that Carlo Ancelotti is keen on the midfielder but, just like Sport and Barcelona, they claim the biggest threat is Manchester United. El Confidencial even state that it's known at the Santiago Bernabeu that Louis Van Gaal has spoken to Kroos personally to help a move to Manchester happen. The Spanish outlet say that Bayern Munich would prefer a Kroos move to Real Madrid, who they consider to be a 'friendly' club to them. It's previously been explained in Spain that Real Madrid wouldn't pursue Kroos, ...
That moment when football fans around the globe irrespective of their clubs they love but notably Real Madrid fans start branding Jose Mourinho a flop in football management because Carlo Ancelloti succeeded in delivering the Tenth Holy Grail (La Decima) for the Los Merengues where Jose Mourinho failed to in his three year quest at Santiago Bernabeu. But what many have failed to notice or must have remained ignorant of is Jose Mourinho also did a little to help Real Madrid lift the La Decima last night... 1. He stopped Pep Guardiola's Barcelona dominance. 2. He took them to three consecutive semi-finals when they always fail in the early knockout stages prior to Mourinho's appointment. 3. He made Cristiano Ronaldo better 4. He instilled that winning mentality they lacked for some few years back. **You can attest to the fact that this Dortmund and Bayern Munich team they eliminated on their route to the finals were not that strong to the ones Mourinho met during his reign...**
I DON`T CARE IF WE FACE MOURINHO.Ronaldo. Madrid booked their place in the final, to be held in Lisbon on May 24, with a 5-0 aggregate win over holders Bayern Munich. Ronaldo scored twice on Tuesday in Germany with Sergio Ramos getting the other two goals of a 4-0 triumph. Chelsea meet Atletico Madrid tonight in the second semi-final, which means Los Blancos will either face a city derby or a reunion with Mourinho, who spent three years at Santiago Bernabeu before leaving his post last summer and returning to the Blues. “A final is always difficult,” Ronaldo said. “I don't care if it's Mourinho or another coach. It will be in my country and I want to win the Champions League.” It was speculated that Mourinho and Ronaldo fell out during their time working together in Madrid, a gossip denied by Mourinho, but Ronaldo did lavish praise upon Mourinho’s successor, Carlo Ancelotti. “Ancelotti deserves all the praise. He has changed everything,” Ronaldo said. “He has changed the mentality of the p ...
Real Madrid ROAR POWERFULLY INTO FINAL Real Madrid blew Bayern Munich away to reach the UEFA Champions League final with a 4-0 second leg victory which secured a 5-0 aggregate success. Sergio Ramos took advantage of some woeful marking to head home twice from set pieces in the opening 20 minutes before Cristiano Ronaldo put the finishing touch to a devastating counter-attack in the 34th minute in a blistering opening half from the Spanish giants. Ronaldo added a fourth with a late free-kick and the only downside for Carlo Ancelotti's side, who will face either city rivals Atletico Madrid or Chelsea and former boss Jose Mourinho in the Lisbon final next month, was the needless booking for midfielder Xabi Alonso which rules him out of the showpiece. Pep Guardiola's reigning European champions had dominated possession in the first leg at Santiago Bernabeu last week, only to leave Spain with a 1-0 deficit after Karim Benzema struck. Any hopes they had of working their way back into the tie were obliterated by ...
Bayern Munich can bark about having 70% possession at Santiago Bernabeu.
Real Madrid is on a row beating Bayern Munich gaan n treg from Santiago Bernabeu to Allianz Arena that is not a child's play
MATCH DAY REAL vs BEYERN had seemed subdued last Wednesday in Madrid, as his Bayern side lost 1-0 to Real in the teams' Champions League semi-final first leg at the Santiago Bernabeu. And that image had been reflected by his players out on the pitch. Now, just one day after Barcelona bade a final farewell to Tito at his funeral on Monday evening, Bayern face their biggest game of their season. Ancelotti says Real Madrid will set out to score in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final against Bayern Munich. Hala Madrid
Carlo Ancelotti has said Real Madrid must get off to a confident start at Bayern Munich in Tuesday's Champions League semifinal, second leg, in their quest for a historic win. Real are attempting to claim an historic first win in Munich at the tenth attempt, after eight defeats and a draw, but Madrid hold a 1-0 lead from last Wednesday's first-leg at the Santiago Bernabeu. While Bayern are bidding to reach their third straight final, Real are desperate to lift the Champions League trophy for the first time since 2002 as they chase their tenth European title.
Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben admitted they expected more from Real Madrid after their 1-0 loss to Los Blancos at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Everyone is so busy celebrating Real Madrid's victory over Bayern Munich at the Santiago Bernabeu last night . . . No one Remembers today is Sachin Tendulkar's 41st Birthday . . . All hail the Little Master . . . _/\_
Real Madrid took a huge step towards their first Champions League final in 12 years as Karim Benzema's first-half goal gave them a 1-0 first-leg lead over holders Bayern Munich at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Bayern Munich head coach Pep Guardiola claims there is "no better team than Real Madrid" after his side were beaten 1-0 in the Champions League at Santiago Bernabeu. Reference: www.Goal.com
UEFA Chmapions League 2013-2014 second Semi-Final at Santiago Bernabeu Real Madrid 1-0 Bayern Munich I owe a lot respect to RM but yesterday was supporting Bayern Munich because they have been good at this stages of the tournament. Hala Madrid !
They said Pep Guardiola never lost at Santiago Bernabeu..!! :O :P :P Carlo Ancelotti hasn't lost against Bayern Munich in UCL they never said..!! B| It was great to watch the tight defending and the ferocious counters.. :) Happy to see Ronaldo back..!! Go ahead Madrid hunt them in their den..
Karim Benzema's first half goal secured a 1-0 win for Real Madrid over Bayern Munich in their UEFA Champions League Semi-Final first leg tie at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Despite having 74% of the ball possession,Bayern Munich are currently losing 1-0 at Santiago Bernabeu. Courtesy of Benzema's 19th minute goal. Bob¤
We are in santiago bernabeu and here is ur commentry team.. Martin tayler n Jim Beglin.. Its Real Madrid against Bayern Munich. missin Fifa 14
Real Madrid ready to face Bayern Munich in first leg semi final of UEFA Champions League played at Santiago Bernabeu. Live Blog:
Real Madrid welcome defending champions Bayern Munich to the Santiago Bernabeu for the 1st leg semi-final of the Champions League.
Real Madrid - Bayern Munich.now live at Santiago Bernabeu! Greetings to Michael Wurzer and Gerhard Mayr.
Bayern Munich play in away game at Santiago Bernabeu against Real Madrid for 1st leg of UEFA Champion's League semifinal
Real Madrid and Bayern Munich meet at the Santiago Bernabeu in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-finals in what promises to be a pulsating tie. . FC Real Madrid winners to nigth insha allah Real Madrid vs Bayern Munich 3:0 di-maria,benzema,romos
It doesn't get any bigger than today's Champions League Semifinal. The 2 biggest clubs in the world take the pitch for leg 1 of the home and home. Real Madrid v Bayern Munich from Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. Bayern has been a thorn in RM's side for a few years now. Will the Greasy One suit up today? Can Ribery stay away from hookers before the match? Find out today Get yer kit on and get up here!!!
Real Madrid v Bayern Munich - Money Back if the Match ends in Draw. Paddy Power is refunding losing bets on selected markets up to £100 if the game at Santiago Bernabeu ends in stalemate. Read more here: Real good enough to eliminate the Champions League holders?
Did you know? Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola has never lost a match as coach at Santiago Bernabeu. ¤Ade Bob¤
Champions League theories! 1. The team that knocks out Barca, gets to take the trophy home, its has happened in the last 5 editions or so...Mou beat Barca at Inter and won, RDM at Chelsea, Bayern also did it...where Barca hsnt been knocked, ofcoz they have gone all the way to win it! madrid stands to benefit from this! 2. A team from the country that hosts the current final of the UCL,gets to win the following UCL editions, examples include Inter's win at Santiago Bernabeu, Barcelona winning the followin edition at Wembley,and Chelsea winning the following edition at Allianz Arena, and Bayern Munich winning last year's edition at Wembley! favours now that Man utd are out! What do you think!
Chelsea eased into the quarter-finals of the Champions League at the expense of Galatasaray on Tuesday, while Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Real Madrid completed a comprehensive win against Schalke 04. First-half goals from Samuel Eto'o and Gary Cahill gave Chelsea a 2-0 victory as they saw off their Turkish opponents 3-1 on aggregate to succeed where fellow Premier League clubs Arsenal and Manchester City failed and make it into the last eight. Meanwhile, Carlo Ancelotti's Madrid defeated Schalke 3-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu to advance 9-2 on aggregate and extend their long unbeaten run to 31 games. The build-up to the game at Stamford Bridge had been dominated by the return of Didier Drogba to the ground where he is still hailed as a hero and the Ivorian - scorer of the winning penalty when Chelsea beat Bayern Munich in a shoot-out in the 2012 final - was presented with a silver boot prior to kick-off. Chelsea's away-goal advantage from last month's meeting in Istanbul meant they had no obligation t ...
Pep Guardiola has insisted that Javi Martinez will snub reported interest from Real Madrid to stay at Bayern Munich. That is a question for the player, no?" he responded when asked if the player wanted to join the Santiago Bernabeu side, "I do not think that a move will happen. I am of the opinion that as long as I'm here, Javi is here. We need him, Javi is 100 per cent important to us."
Javi Martinez linked with Real Madrid move Despite insisting he is very happy at Bayern Munich, reports have suggested that Javi Martinez will move to Real Madrid in the summer. The midfielder claimed on Thursday that he was enjoying life with the European champions. But El Chiringuito journalist Francois Gallardo has insisted that the Spain international is trying to force his way to Santiago Bernabeu. “There is an international player who has told his club that he wants to play for Real Madrid,” Gallardo told the programme. “He’s already been sounded out in the past by Real Madrid, and also Barcelona. “It’s Javi Martinez, and he’s hoping to play for Real Madrid.”
Brazil legend Ronaldo has backed Barcelona forward Lionel Messi to win the Ballon d'Or for a fifth straight year. The Argentine has slipped to third-favourite to win the Fifa accolade with the bookies, behind Real Madrid attacker Cristiano Ronaldo and Bayern Munich's Franck Ribery. But the former Camp Nou and Santiago Bernabeu striker suggested Messi can take home the award once again and tipped the Argentine to come back strong from his current injury, which has seen him sidelined for the remainder of 2013. "I think Messi will win the Ballon d'Or again," Ronaldo is quoted as saying by Marca. "Messi has spent the last five years playing so many matches and he is the biggest star in world football. Now, this injury isn't serious, but maybe resting will allow him to recharge his batteries." Ronaldo won the Ballon d'Or twice in his career - for his performances in 1997 and in 2002.
Ribery: Zidane wanted me at Real Madrid The France international has admitted that his compatriot very nearly convinced him to move to the Santiago Bernabeu but insisted that he is now settled at Bayern Munich. Franck Ribery has revealed that Zinedine Zidane did his utmost to try to persuade him to sign for Real Madrid. The Bayern Munich winger claims that both Los Blancos and Liga rivals Barcelona previously expressed an interest in taking him to Spain. Ribery freely admits that he was particularly tempted by the prospect of following in Zidane's footsteps and making the move to the Santiago Bernabeu. "Barcelona and Real Madrid are very big teams and there was a moment when both teams were interested in me," the 30-year-old France international told beIN Sport. "I liked both but I had a moment in which I felt closer to Real Madrid than Barcelona. Zidane wanted me to go to Real Madrid and he tried all he could. "But I am not interested now because Bayern is my family." Ribery, of course, played a key role ...
Basel vs Schalke 04 KO 19:45 The Swiss side suffered a 7-0 reverse against FC Bayern Munich in the 2011/12 UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg, their biggest defeat in UEFA competition belying a 1-0 home win in the first game. Basel go into this Group E contest buoyed by a surprise 2-1 win at Chelsea FC on matchday one, although opponents Schalke also have three points to their name having beaten FC Steaua Bucharest 3-0 in Gelsenkirchen first time out. Previous Meetings; The sides met in the 2004/05 UEFA Cup group stage, drawing 1-1 in Gelsenkirchen on 21 October 2004. Basel subsitute Matias Delgado scored a late free-kick to earn a point for the visitors, who also included the Degen brothers. Levan Kobiashvili had put the home team ahead. The teams were: Schalke: Rost, Kobiashvili, Pander, Oude-Kamphuis, Krstajic, Bordon, Hamit Altıntop (Varela 68), Poulsen, Asamoah, Lincoln (Aílton 87), Sand (Hanke 87). Basel: Zuberbuhler, P Degen, Smiljanic, Zwyssig, D Degen, Huggel, Chipperfield (Sterjovski ...
Transfer Zone previousPage 3 4 5 6 7 8 nextPage Friday, August 16, 2013 9:51 AM Isco: Bale would be a 'blessed problem' for Ancelotti The Spaniard says that Los Blancos would welcome the Wales winger with open arms at the Santiago Bernabeu, saying he would give coach Carlo Ancelotti a welcome selection headache. 9:23 AM Martinez: Everton could sell Fellaini, but he won't be cheap The Toffees boss says the club will listen to offers for the Belgium international but only if they match or exceed the 23.5 million pound buyout clause that expired on July 31. 8:51 AM QPR agrees on deal with Tottenham for Parker The Loftus Road outfit's manager, Harry Redknapp, has revealed that the West London club is on the verge of signing the England international after agreeing to a deal with Spurs. 7:28 AM Wolfsburg signs Bayern Munich's Gustavo The holding midfielder has opted against a move to Arsenal and will continue his career with the 2008-09 Bundesliga champion. 7:23 AM Fulham signs Bent on season-long loan The 29- ...
THE TRUE STORY BY PEP- Last week Pep Guardiola was in Argentina, and during his trip the future Bayern Munich boss gave a lecture on Lionel Messi’s false 9 role for Barcelona. Guardiola began by explaining his football philosophy of building attacks from the back, stating that back-to- front moves require at least 15 passes to be effective. In order to build such attacks a team needs to be able to move up the pitch as a unit, and Lionel Messi’s position as a false 9 role was key to giving Barcelona the ability to play in such a fashion. Guardiola drew on the 2008/2009 Clasico at the Nou Camp to help illustrate his point. Pep showed how back then Messi was positioned on the right wing, not in a central role, as as a result the Argentine forward was starved of touches as Real’s defenders were able to cut off the supply chain to the Flea. (Barcelona won that match 2-0.) Next, Guardiola looked at the 2008/2009 Clasico at the Santiago Bernabeu to show how he began to develop Lionel Messi’s role into a ...
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has sent out a message of thanks to the club and its fans ahead of his final game in charge on Saturday. The Portuguese trainer and Spanish giants reached a decision to tear up his contract at the end of the season, meaning that the outgoing Santiago Bernabeu boss is free to return to Chelsea in the summer. Mourinho will take charge of his last game as Blancos coach against Osasuna at 17:00CET on Saturday and stressed that he wishes the club all the best going forward. "I wish everyone associated with Real Madrid much happiness in the future," he said in a statement on the club's website. "I appreciate the support of lots of fans and respect the criticism of others. Once again, a lot of happiness to everyone and, above all, good health. Hala Madrid!" Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes and Carlo Ancelotti are currently favourites to replace Mourinho - the former is being replaced by Pep Guardiola in the summer despite having won the Champions League this season while Madrid h ...
Real Madrid are considering selling the naming rights to the Santiago Bernabeu as they look for new ways to generate revenue. The club announced on Thursday that Emirates will take Bwin's place as their new shirt sponsor from next season onwards. The deal is believed to be worth €125 million for five campaigns, with club president Florentino Perez hailing the deal with the airline company. "We want a strong Real Madrid and part of that comes through alliances with large companies. We are making this alliance with the world's most important airline and it is an alliance for the present and for the future," Perez said. "Emirates become Real Madrid’s new main sponsor. Two global brands and two leading organisations. This is one of the club’s most important decisions. It is an honour to link the Emirates name to Real Madrid’s because they are a perfect partner and ally." But Los Blancos' thirst for financial investment will not stop there and the club are now searching for a suitable sponsor for the S ...
Franck Ribery has stressed that he is happy with life at Bayern Munich and added that he is not interested in a move to Real Madrid. The France international was close to joining the Santiago Bernabeu side in the past and Madrid president Florentino Perez's announcement that Zinedine Zidane will be in charge of their transfers from this summer fuelled speculation that they could make another move for Ribery ahead of the 2013-14 campaign.
Barcelona to sign Neymar in the summer Barcelona have secured a deal to sign Santos starlet Neymar for an estimated €28 million. The Brazil international will join Camp Nou on a five-year contract having rejected overtures from Real Madrid - who are believed to have offered the Sao Paulo club €7m more than the Blaugrana to no avail. The forward will earn a base amount of €7m- per-year at Camp Nou which, although is less than he was being offered by the Santiago Bernabeu side, will see him earn extra due to an agreement with international sports brand Nike. Neymar has been on the radar of numerous top European clubs for a couple of years, having shone in South America and earned plaudits including a Ballon d'Or nomination for the 2013 edition. The Selecao starlet has been tentatively linked with the likes of Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain but by far the favourites to snap up the 21-year-old were La Liga giants Barca - whose increasing interest Goal revealed in April - and Madrid. The ...
An away goal and a draw will do Manchester United just fine at the Santiago Bernabeu, but they haven't been the kind of team to sit back and nick a goal on the counter this season. They'll have a plan to contain Real Madrid, but also come at them more than you might expect. A s a football-enjoying public, we can all thank Borussia Dortmund for their fantastic performances in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League. Without them, Real Madrid would not have finished second in their group, and without that, it wouldn't have been possible for Los Merengues to match up with Manchester United in the Round of 16. On Wednesday, two of the world's best teams face off, with two of the most interesting and tactically adept managers in the world in either dugout. A number of Red Devils supporters will hope it's a showdown between the present and future managers of the club. Whoever progresses from their tie will join Barcelona and Bayern Munich as one of the favorites to win the competition, and no one would be ...
World Football News Update 1. An impressive performance after the break from Real Madrid saw them romp to a 4-0 derby victory over Getafe in La Liga at the Santiago Bernabeu, with all four goals being scored in the second half. 2. Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed his ambition to break his side's nine year run without an FA Cup trophy. 3. Flamengo are keeping tabs on Former Manchester United and Everton striker Louis Saha. The Brazilian club are expected to make an offer for the Frenchman in the coming days following his release from Sunderland. 4. Tottenham will make a third attempt to sign Lewis Holtby from Schalke before his summer move, but must pay €1.8m to buy the playmaker. 5. Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has joked that Pep Guardiola has joined Bayern Munich to ensure the pair do not have to do battle. Mourinho said: "Has he deliberately chosen a league I am not involved in? I don't know. What is certain is that I will not manage in Germany." 6. New Southampton manager M ...
A Real Madrid team comprised of past players and legends have defeated their Bayern Munich counterparts 8-3 in a charity match. Played at the Santiago Bernabeu in front of over 70,000 spectators on Sunday evening, the Corazon Classic Match was
Mourinho is not concerned about the seemingly unlimited funds available to the likes of Paris Saint-Germain and Zenit St Petersburg , and is confident that the history and success of Real Madrid will continue to lure players to the Santiago Bernabeu for years to come. Zenit splashed out a reported €80 million on Axel Witsel and Hulk from Benfica and Porto respectively on Monday, while PSG spent over €100m on Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thiago Silva, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Lucas Moura over the course of the summer. But Mourinho feels that the history of Europe's elite clubs will prove most attractive when players come to weigh up their options, and is also encouraged by the impending introduction of European financial fair play regulations (FFP). "Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich. These clubs are unique. The titles, European Cups, the history, the story, the fans ... these things cannot be bought. The best players want to be with these teams," he told AS . "These three I mentioned and a few others that have thei ...
Alongside Alonso, in place of Ozil: Where will Modric fit in at Real Madrid? With the Croatian playmaker looking more and more likely to head to the Santiago Bernabeu, Goal.com examines the possible positions the 26-year-old can take up After what has been a eerily quiet summer so far by Real Madrid's shopping standards, the reigning Spanish champions could be about to seal their first signing for the 2012-13 campaign in the form of Luka Modric. The minimal buzz linking high-profile stars to Madrid so far could suggest that, much like last summer, this will be a conservative assault on the market as coach Jose Mourinho looks to bring in just a small selection of players who will strengthen the squad without upsetting the balance - just enough to continue where they left off in La Liga last term, but also to go one step further in the Champions League. David Silva and Modric have been the only big names linked with the Santiago Bernabeu in the early days of this transfer window, but with the former having ...
Highlights of the UEFA Champions League match between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich from Santiago Bernabeu.
Less dan 20hours to d kick-off in Munich, i pray for Bayern Munich to carry d day as dem do @ santiago Bernabeu against Madrid. Remember ur team God,open d way for Munich's owner today amen.
Lionel Messi returned to goal-scoring form on Sunday, grabbing a brace in Barcelona's 7-0 win against Rayo Vallecano to go level with Cristiano Ronaldo on 43 league goals this season as the duo looks set for a straight battle to claim the European Golden Shoe. The Portuguese superstar also got on the scoresheet at the weekend when he bagged the opening goal in Real Madrid's 3-0 win over Sevilla at the Santiago Bernabeu. Trailing 30 points behind Ronaldo and Messi is Robin van Persie, who neared the magical 30-goal mark after he scored the equaliser in Arsenal's 1-1 draw away to Stoke on Saturday. Meanwhile in the Bundesliga, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar registered two in Schalke's 4-0 home win against Hertha Berlin to move a goal clear of domestic rival Mario Gomez, who scored just once in Bayern Munich's 2-0 triumph over Stuttgart. Wayne Rooney has the opportunity to leapfrog the pair of them when his Manchester United side take on local rivals Manchester City on Monday. In Serie A, Zlatan Ibrahimovic continued h ...
Bayern Munich overcame an early setback at the Santiago Bernabeu to earn the right to play in the final as a 3-1 penalty shootout win over Real Madrid saw the German club progress. The Bavarians found themselves under the cosh straight away as Los Blancos tried to overturn the 2-1 deficit from the first leg. An early Cristiano Ronaldo brace set them on their way but Arjen Robben leveled the tie from the penalty spot just before the half-hour mark. The affair turned cagey in the second half as neither side wanted to over commit and with extra time unable to separate the pair, the match went all the way to penalties. Manuel Neuer saved shots from both Ronaldo and Kaka before Sergio Ramos skied it from 12 yards, allowing Bastian Schweinsteiger the chance to net the winning penalty. Jose Mourinho made only one change from the side that defeated Barcelona at Camp Nou at the weekend with Marcelo replacing Fabio Coentrao at left-back. Jupp Heynckes recalled eight first-team players to the starting XI who were re ...
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Bayern Munich Vs Chelsea! A final that nobody predicted. After two nights of high drama in Spain, Bayern Munich upset Real Madrid in an enthralling encounter at the Santiago Bernabeu to set up an unexpected Champions League final showdown with Chelsea, who shocked the footballing world by ending Barcelona's reign at Camp Nou the night before.
Sxobhana is at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium with her eyes! Asiyeni bangane ''touch lets go''. Real Madrid vs Bayern Munich!
Game on first half second leg at Santiago Bernabeu ! Real Madrid vs Bayern Munich
The last match of the Champions League semi finals : Real Madrid vs Bayern Munich kicks off at the Santiago Bernabeu!
Welcome to the semi final 2nd leg between Real Madrid & Bayern Munich at the Santiago Bernabeu. Raise up the tenth!!!
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In Spain again!! For sho it will b a ROUGH nite in Madrid City. Jose Mourinho the Master Mind Coach againrt the German giants Bayern Munich. Lets wait n see what wil happen at Santiago Bernabeu. Ooops i can,t wait.
D party continue at d moon night club 2nite. As Madril hold dwn Bayern Munich in a most win 4 Madril. Cos am putin mony on Jose Mourinho an his Santiago Bernabeu team.
People, its off to spain, Chelsea FC off to the Catalan stadium, the Camp Nou to face FC Barcelona, and Bayern Munich off to the Santiago Bernabeu, in Madrid to face Real Madrid. Remember CFC leads FCB 1:0 and BM leads RM 2:1.
Spain boss Vicente Del Bosque believes that Real Madrid can overturn a one-goal deficit in their Champions League semifinal tie against Bayern Munich. The Bundesliga club currently holds a 2-1 advantage thanks to goalsfrom Franck Ribery and Mario Gomez at the AllianzArena on Tuesday. Del Bosque believes that Madrid did not deserve to lose the match and expects Jose Mourinho 's men to bounce back in thereturn leg next week. "Matches between historic clubs can always go against your predictions," he told Kicker . "It was a great match, but it would have been fairer if it had ended in a draw. Mesut Ozil 's goal leaves Madrid with a lot of chances, because they have incredible attacking potential." "Scoring two or three goals at home is something that Madrid normally do." A goalless draw will be enough for Bayern to progress to the final, but Del Bosque does not think that the Germans will playa defensive game at the Santiago Bernabeu. "Neither Madrid nor Bayern can go against what they have shown this season ...
oh my favorite one! Let's broil Bayern Munich in Santiago Bernabeu
Welcome to Santiago Bernabeu for Bayern Munich and Welcome too in Camp Nou for Chelsea~
Nothing was decided in Munich last night, as Real Madrid visited Bayern Munich and got defeated by 2-1 in the UEFA Champions League first leg. The German side ended imposing their law in the Allianz Arena, thanks to a late winning goal scored by their "Panzer", Mario Gomez. The Merengues were never ...
Real Madrid vs Bayern Munich at the Santiago Bernabeu...what are you score predictions?
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