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El Barcelona perdió 2-1 en su visita a un defensivo y ordenado Celtic de Glasgow.

El atacante argentino del FC Barcelona Lionel Messi (C) remata sobre la portería del Celtic de Glasgow, en partido del grupo G de la Liga de Campeones jugado el 7 de noviembre de 2012 en Glasgow. (AFP | ian macnicol)

El técnico del Monbus Obradoiro, Moncho Fernández, durante el encuentro correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la liga ACB que han disputado frente al FC Barcelona Lassa en el Palau Blaugrana. EFE

GRA331. BARCELONA, 15/10/2017.- El escolta de Monbus Obradoiro, David Navarro (d), pelea un rebote con el ala-pivot del FC Barcelona Lassa, Pierre Oriola, durante el encuentro correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la liga ACB que han disputado esta noche en el Palau Blaugrana. EFE/Marta Pérez.

GRA319. BARCELONA, 15/10/2017.- El pivot griego de Monbus Obradoiro, Nemanja Radovic (c), pelea un rebote con los jugadores del FC Barcelona Lassa, el croata Ante Tomic (i) y el húngaro Adam Hanga, durante el encuentro correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la liga ACB que han disputado esta noche en el Palau Blaugrana. EFE/Marta Pérez.

GRA317. BARCELONA, 15/10/2017.- El ala-pivot motenegrino de Monbus Obradoiro, Nemanja Radovic (d), pelea un rebote con el pivot croata del FC Barcelona Lassa, Ante Tomic (c), durante el encuentro correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la liga ACB que han disputado esta noche en el Palau Blaugrana. EFE/Marta Pérez.

El jugador del Monbus Obradoiro, Sàbat(d), pelea un balón con el jugador del FC Barcelona Lassa(i), durante el encuentro correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de Liga Endesa. EFE

El técnico del FC Barcelona, Sito Alonso, durante el encuentro correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la liga ACB que han disputado frente al Monbus Obradoiro en el Palau Blaugrana. EFE

GRA315. BARCELONA, 15/10/2017.- El pivot de Monbus Obradoiro, Nacho Llovet (i), con el balón ante la defensa del ala-pivot griego del FC Barcelona Lassa, Aleksander Vezenkov, durante el encuentro correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la liga ACB que han disputado esta noche en el Palau Blaugrana. EFE/Marta Pérez.

GRA293. BARCELONA, 15/10/2017.- El técnico del Monbus Obradoiro, Moncho Fernández, durante el encuentro correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la liga ACB que han disputado esta noche frente al FC Barcelona Lassa en el Palau Blaugrana. EFE/Marta Pérez.

GRA291. BARCELONA, 15/10/2017.- El técnico del FC Barcelona, Sito Alonso, durante el encuentro correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la liga ACB que han disputado esta noche frente al Monbus Obradoiro en el Palau Blaugrana. EFE/Marta Pérez.

GRA278. BARCELONA, 15/10/2017.-El jugador del Monbus Obradoiro, Sàbat(d), pelea un balón con el jugador del FC Barcelona Lassa(i), durante el encuentro correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de Liga Endesa. EFE/Marta Pérez

Cristiano Ronaldo howler typifies Real Madrid's stuttering season as European champions prepare for visit of Spurs

Cristiano Ronaldo is not used to embarrassing situations so imagine how he must have felt when he side-footed wide of an empty net from two yards out against Getafe. The Portuguese had not scored  a single league goal so far this campaign, suspended from the first four games for pushing a referee and looking rusty in the three games since his return, while his eternal rival Lionel Messi had already scored 11. This was one of the worst misses of his career and for six seconds he stood still in disbelief, resting his head on the goal net. His Real Madrid side were trudging in the 25 degree heat, drawing 1-1 with their lowly neighbours after blowing the lead and risked falling even further behind Liga leaders Barcelona. With five minutes left of the game, however, Ronaldo put his humiliation behind him, thrashing Isco’s lofty pass under the grasp of Getafe’s previously unrelenting goalkeeper Vicente Guaita. Ronaldo’s stuttering season has mirrored Madrid’s campaign. At times, especially in uninspiring Liga fixtures, the European and Spanish champions have looked a shadow of the all-conquering side of last season. Yet they are still capable of moments of brilliance, and have reverted to type on the biggest occasions, outclassing Manchester United, Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund. Ronaldo atoned for his miss with a late equaliser against Getafe Credit: Getty Images Tuesday’s clash with Tottenham at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium fits into the latter category, and Mauricio Pochettino’s side will be well aware of the monstrosity they are up against. Because even when Madrid are ticking along slowly, as they did against Getafe, they possess an embarrassment of attacking riches who can bail them out, from Ronaldo to Karim Benzema, to Isco, Lucas Vazquez and Marco Asensio. “The individuals are the ones that make the difference but it’s the team that wins,” said Zidane after the uninspiring win at Getafe. “We know we’re capable of scoring at any moment. We have a lot of important players and whenever they get a chance, they do well.” Zidane was able to leave Luka Modric, Casemiro and Raphael Varane out against Getafe although the trio can expect a recall against Tottenham. Who will win the Champions League? Spain right-back Dani Carvajal is unavailable with a cardiac virus, meaning 18-year-old Achraf Hakimi, who has played the last two games, could be in line for his Champions League debut. First-choice goalkeeper Keylor Navas, meanwhile, is set to return from injury. Gareth Bale is unlikely to feature against his former side at the Bernabeu or Wembley in a fortnight’s time as he recovers from a calf injury, the 18th fitness problem he has suffered since his joining Real in 2013, which has forced him to miss 67  games and counting. Bale has struggled to win over the Madrid faithful but the same cannot be said of his old Spurs team-mate Modric. The Croatian has overseen Real’s transition from counterattack specialists to a team that thrives on possession and is relishing Tuesday’s reunion. “Tottenham have improved a lot as a club, they’ve invested more and they have a new training ground, a new stadium and they’ve become a team that competes for the Premier League title,” he said. “They deserve that because of their tradition and supporters."

Cristiano Ronaldo howler typifies Real Madrid's stuttering season as European champions prepare for visit of Spurs

Cristiano Ronaldo is not used to embarrassing situations so imagine how he must have felt when he side-footed wide of an empty net from two yards out against Getafe. The Portuguese had not scored  a single league goal so far this campaign, suspended from the first four games for pushing a referee and looking rusty in the three games since his return, while his eternal rival Lionel Messi had already scored 11. This was one of the worst misses of his career and for six seconds he stood still in disbelief, resting his head on the goal net. His Real Madrid side were trudging in the 25 degree heat, drawing 1-1 with their lowly neighbours after blowing the lead and risked falling even further behind Liga leaders Barcelona. With five minutes left of the game, however, Ronaldo put his humiliation behind him, thrashing Isco’s lofty pass under the grasp of Getafe’s previously unrelenting goalkeeper Vicente Guaita. Ronaldo’s stuttering season has mirrored Madrid’s campaign. At times, especially in uninspiring Liga fixtures, the European and Spanish champions have looked a shadow of the all-conquering side of last season. Yet they are still capable of moments of brilliance, and have reverted to type on the biggest occasions, outclassing Manchester United, Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund. Ronaldo atoned for his miss with a late equaliser against Getafe Credit: Getty Images Tuesday’s clash with Tottenham at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium fits into the latter category, and Mauricio Pochettino’s side will be well aware of the monstrosity they are up against. Because even when Madrid are ticking along slowly, as they did against Getafe, they possess an embarrassment of attacking riches who can bail them out, from Ronaldo to Karim Benzema, to Isco, Lucas Vazquez and Marco Asensio. “The individuals are the ones that make the difference but it’s the team that wins,” said Zidane after the uninspiring win at Getafe. “We know we’re capable of scoring at any moment. We have a lot of important players and whenever they get a chance, they do well.” Zidane was able to leave Luka Modric, Casemiro and Raphael Varane out against Getafe although the trio can expect a recall against Tottenham. Who will win the Champions League? Spain right-back Dani Carvajal is unavailable with a cardiac virus, meaning 18-year-old Achraf Hakimi, who has played the last two games, could be in line for his Champions League debut. First-choice goalkeeper Keylor Navas, meanwhile, is set to return from injury. Gareth Bale is unlikely to feature against his former side at the Bernabeu or Wembley in a fortnight’s time as he recovers from a calf injury, the 18th fitness problem he has suffered since his joining Real in 2013, which has forced him to miss 67  games and counting. Bale has struggled to win over the Madrid faithful but the same cannot be said of his old Spurs team-mate Modric. The Croatian has overseen Real’s transition from counterattack specialists to a team that thrives on possession and is relishing Tuesday’s reunion. “Tottenham have improved a lot as a club, they’ve invested more and they have a new training ground, a new stadium and they’ve become a team that competes for the Premier League title,” he said. “They deserve that because of their tradition and supporters."

Estádio Wanda Metropolitano, dia 14 de outubro de 2017, antes do jogo entre Atlético de Madri e FC Barcelona pela Liga espanhola

GRA146. BARCELONA, 15/10/2017.- El entrenador del Iberostar Tenerife Nenad Markovic (d) da indicaciones a sus jugadores durante el partido ante el Joventut correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la Liga Endesa disputado hoy en el Pabellón Olímpico de Badalona. EFE/Marta Pérez

GRA145. BARCELONA, 15/10/2017.- El escolta estadounidense del Joventut Patrick Richard (i) entra a canasta ante la oposición del jugador polaco del Tenerife Mateutsz Ponitka (d) durante el partido correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la Liga Endesa disputado hoy en el Pabellón Olímpico de Badalona. EFE/Marta Pérez

GRA144. BARCELONA, 15/10/2017.- El escolta polaco del Tenerife Mateutsz Ponitka (d) entra a canasta ante la oposición del jugador estadounidense del Joventut Patrick Richard (i) durante el partido correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la Liga Endesa disputado hoy en el Pabellón Olímpico de Badalona. EFE/Marta Pérez

GRA143. BARCELONA, 15/10/2017.- El alero del Joventut Xabier López-Arostegui (c) disputa un balón con los jugadores del Tenerife Nicolás Richotti (i) y Rodrigo San Miguel (d) durante el partido correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la Liga Endesa disputado hoy en el Pabellón Olímpico de Badalona. EFE/Marta Pérez

GRA141. BARCELONA, 15/10/2017.- El entrenador del Joventut, Diego Ocampo, da indicaciones a sus jugadores durante el partido ante el Tenerife correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la Liga Endesa disputado hoy en el Pabellón Olímpico de Badalona. EFE/Marta Pérez

GRA134. BARCELONA, 15/10/2017.- La entidad Òmnium Cultural se manifiesta "en defensa de la democracia y en contra de la brutalidad policial" del 1-O , durante el partido del Joventut y el Tenerife correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la Liga Endesa disputado hoy en el Pabellón Olímpico de Badalona. EFE/Marta Pérez

GRA135. BARCELONA, 15/10/2017.- El base del Tenerife Rodrigo San Miguel (i) intenta avanzar con el balón ante la oposición del escola del Joventut Albert Ventura (d) durante el partido correspondiente a la cuarta jornada de la Liga Endesa disputado hoy en el Pabellón Olímpico de Badalona. EFE/Marta Pérez

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