Real Madrid sink Barca, Lewandowski breaks record. Real Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos indeed end up being the man for the large event as he changed a wildly discussed punishment over to assist his with siding to a 3-1 win over adversaries Barcelona at an unfilled Camp Nou in La Liga on Saturday.
Ramos, showing up in the “Clasico” apparatus, was granted the spot-kick following a video collaborator official (VAR) audit, subsequent to falling in the territory when his shirt was pulled by Barca’s Clement Lenglet as the pair challenged a corner.
Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman stated: “I don’t get VAR, I think it is just used to settle on rulings against Barca.”
“You generally get shirt pulls like that in the zone and I think Ramos makes a foul on Lenglet first. There’s a pull of the shirt, however insufficient to make him fall behind as he did. For me it is anything but a punishment.
“We have had five matches and [VAR] has just been utilized to conflict with Barca. It’s never gone our direction.
“The choice impacted the eventual outcome, since we were playing admirably up to the punishment.”
Ramos stated: “I think it was an exceptionally clear punishment. He pulled my shirt when I was bouncing for the ball and it’s as clear as light. It’s unreasonable to condemn a ref for a choice as clear as that.”
The outcome takes Real head of the youngster La Liga table with 13 focuses from six games, six focuses above Barcelona.
Unstoppable Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski scored a cap stunt, taking his count to 10 objectives in five Bundesliga games, as the safeguarding champions pounded hapless Eintracht Frankfurt 5-0 on Saturday.
The productive Poland forward terminated Bayern in front following 10 minutes when he was given a lot of room by the Eintracht safeguard and headed the second from a corner before the half hour.
He finished his cap stunt in the 61th moment from Douglas Costa’s pass before substitutes Leroy Sane and Jamal Musiala included two additional objectives.
Champions Liverpool returned to winning routes in the Premier League with a hard-battled 2-1 triumph over Sheffield United, yet their presumable title matches all dropped focuses on Saturday.
Diogo Jota’s second-half header gained Liverpool a first success in three alliance games to lift them joint top with Merseyside rivals Everton.
Manchester City’s stammering start proceeded as they drew 1-1 at West Ham United while Manchester United and Chelsea played out a boring 0-0 draw at Old Trafford.
Gem Palace climbed into the main five as they beat base club Fulham 2-1 with objectives by Jairo Riedewald and Wilfried Zaha.
Moise Kean scored his first objectives for Paris St. Germain (PSG) as the French bosses recouped from their Champions League rout by Manchester United to move head of the Ligue 1 standings with a 4-0 home triumph against humble Dijon on Saturday.
Italy forward Kean, who joined the capital side borrowed from Everton during the nearby season, discovered the rear of the net twice in the main half and Kylian Mbappe fell off the seat to score a twofold to put PSG on 18 focuses from eight games.
Romelu Lukaku struck again as Inter Milan ground out a 2-0 win away to Genoa in Serie An on Saturday.
The Belgian scored his fifth alliance objective of the period, and his seventh in all rivalries, as Inter finished a three-coordinate winless run and saved a spotless sheet unexpectedly this season.
(With input from agencies)