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La Liga Headlines: Madrid set to break all records


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By David Redshaw

Monday 02 April 2012



MARCA
- Three gunmen on the loose.
- The white trident has scored a frightening number of goals: 99.
- They are one away from the historic record set by Messi, Eto’o and Henry in 2008-09.
- Madrid’s 107 goals under Toshack is their next objective.
- Falcao reaches Kun’s total and puts Atlético just one points away from the European places: he now has 20 goals, equalling Aguero’s best season.
- The spirit of Juanito lives on.
- Koné points to the Champions League.
- Anoeta sees a festival of goals.


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AS
- Mourinho is smiling now.
- Madrid forget their blip and are on the way to breaking all records.
- Mou bets on quality and Madrid roll over Osasuna.
- He travels to Portugal to see his son play, who he has signed on for next year with Madrid.
- The Champions League five points away; Atlético show their best face and dream again of Europe.
- Clemente seriously insults a journalist: “One day they will tell your son that you are a crook.”


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MUNDO
- A final: Champions League tomorrow with a luxury quarter-final in the Camp Nou.
- Pedro: “We are showing our best form. The team is looking good.”
- Guardiola is working to put out his best possible XI.
- For Pep the game against Milan is “the most important of the season.”.
- Villarreal-Espanyol: one more point on the road to Europe.
- Coutinho a last-minute absentee due to gastroenteritis.
- Xavi a worry: he missed training yesterday with a calf muscle injury but Cesc is OK.
- The ‘rossoneri’ arrive with Pato and Abate but without Van Bommel.
- Bojan dedicates a goal to Abidal. He shows a t-shirt with support for Eric and was booked.


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