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Napoli Boss Maurizio Sarri Hits Out At Serie A Schedulers



Leaders Napoli have won all eight league matches this season, while second-placed Inter, fresh from a derby win over AC Milan, have won seven and drawn one, making the fixture one of the most eagerly anticipated of the season.

However, while Inter have had all week to prepare, Napoli had to travel to the home of Europe’s most in-form team for a Champions League tie they lost 2-1 on Tuesday.

In a move that is unlikely to have won him any friends at UEFA, Sarri made it clear that Saturday’s Serie A game would be his priority.

The logic behind his thinking – that City will win all their group matches and that Tuesday’s match was one he could afford to lose – may also have struck a chord with those who feel the Champions League has become too predictable.

‘City are the strongest team in the group and will probably win all six matches. Other matches will be decisive for us,’ he said.

In the event, Sarri rested midfield duo Allan and Jorginho in favour of Amadou Diawara and Piotr Zielinski. However, winger Lorenzo Insigne suffered a muscular injury which leaves him doubtful for Saturday.

‘I am not diminishing the importance of the Champions League but I will rest players every now and then when they need it,’ said Sarri, adding that Diawara and Zielinski were more than adequate replacements.

‘If we changed two players and weren’t competitive, that would be a problem. I kept getting criticised for playing the same team, and now I’m criticised for changing too much.’

Sarri, whose side also visited Roma the previous weekend, took a swipe at Serie A organisers for the timing of Saturday’s match.

‘Somebody at the league got it wrong when they drew up the fixture list,’ he said. ‘It’s impossible to play on Saturday against Roma, away to Manchester City three days later and at home to Inter another four days after that.’

He also foresaw future problems.

‘In December, we will play our last (Champions League) group game against Feyenoord and a few days later, we face Juventus,’ he added. ‘It’s not a good situation for us when we are representing Italy in Europe.’

The Italian league could not immediately reached for comment.

Inter, by contrast, missed out on Europe altogether after finishing seventh in Serie A last season, considerably easing their fixture list.

‘It’ll be an important advantage that we can rest midweek without European commitments,’ forward Ivan Perisic said after Sunday’s 3-2 win over Milan.

‘Napoli are the best side in Italy at the moment, but we are Inter.’

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I Was Not Prepared, Andy Ruiz Says As He Call For A Third Fight




Former heavyweight champion, Andy Ruiz, has said he lost to Anthony Joshua on Saturday night because he gained too much weight during the preparation for the rematch.

Ruiz yelled into the microphone, shouting “Who wants to see the third fight”,?

Quoting his words, he said, “I gained too much weight”.

Ruiz who was defeated by Anthony Joshua says he was not ready for the fight and that in the third fight Joshua won’t escape it.

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Messi celebrated winning his sixth Ballon d’Or with a hat-trick as Barcelona beat Mallorca



Lionel Messi celebrated winning his sixth Ballon d’Or with a hat-trick as Barcelona beat Mallorca to move top of La Liga.

He scored two excellent finishes from outside the box before smashing in a third off the underside of the crossbar.

Antoine Griezmann had opened the scoring for Barca, with Luis Suarez netting an outrageous backheel.

Ante Budimir scored twice for struggling Mallorca.

Messi showed off his Ballon d’Or trophy – awarded to the best player in the world – to the Nou Camp crowd before kick-off, with his family on the pitch alongside him.

And he finished the match with his 35th La Liga hat-trick, breaking the record of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Barcelona were excellent at times, particularly in the first half, with some fantastic passing movement.

However their first goal came when Griezmann chased onto Marc-Andre ter Stegen’s long goal-kick before clipping the ball over the goalkeeper.

The France international then set up Messi’s first, a fine curling effort from 25 yards. Budimir scored a deflected strike for Mallorca, before Messi scored a similar goal to his first, this time from an Ivan Rakitic pass.

Suarez scored the best goal of the game, however. An excellent passing move ended with Frenkie de Jong finding Suarez, who backheeled the ball into the ground and over goalkeeper Manolo Reina.

Budimir headed in his second for Mallorca before Messi smashed in his third from Suarez’s lay-off. He is now La Liga’s top scorer with 12 goals – from only 10 games.

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Real Madrid recorded a comfortable win over Espanyol



Benzema set up French team-mate Raphael Varane for the opener and made it 2-0 with just over 10 minutes to go.

The striker also wasted a huge chance in the second half, hitting it straight at keeper Diego Lopez from close range.

Mendy was shown a second yellow card in the 82nd minute for a rash challenge.

The victory moves Real Madrid three points clear of Barcelona at the top of the La Liga table before Ernesto Valverde’s side take on Mallorca later on Saturday (20:00 GMT).

Real were comfortably the better team, although Espanyol did come close in the first half when Esteban Granero’s header was palmed away by Thibaut Courtois, seconds before Vinicius Junior raced up the other end and forced a save out of Lopez.

The hosts squandered numerous chances to extend their lead before Benzema made it 2-0 – Vinicius having three shots on target, while Toni Kroos and Federico Valverde came close.

Brazilian Vinicius, 19, was a constant threat on the left, linking up with Benzema and causing problems for Espanyol’s defence. He replaced Wales international Gareth Bale in the starting line-up, with the winger not in the squad after picking up a hamstring problem.

Real Madrid were also playing in an unfamiliar green kit – the first time they have done so at the Bernabeu – to show support for the COP25 climate summit in Madrid.

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