This was the world number one's 17th consecutive win to start the year - the best such run of his career - but no previous opponent has tested him like Coric did in California on Saturday (March 17). Indeed, the 49th-ranked 21-year-old looked well on course for a major scalp as a run of five consecutive games saw him take the first set and break to open up a lead in the second as he closed in on just a fourth ATP Tour final.
Zinedine Zidane insists Gareth Bale is happy at Real Madrid despite his limited playing time in the Champions League. Wales star Bale has battled injuries again this season, featuring only twice in the group stage, but he was fit for the double-header with Paris Saint-Germain as Zidane twice left him out of the starting line-up.
Ernesto Valverde believes Barcelona can cope without Sergio Busquets, despite believing the midfielder to be the world's best in his position. The Spain international hobbled out of the last-16 Champions League win against Chelsea and a toe injury will now keep him out of Sunday's clash with Athletic Bilbao, while Luis Suarez is also missing.
@KHeneage@Chateau_Nouveau I watched them a fair amount last season and just can’t ever remember the pressing of Klopp’s best sides. The performances that stick in the mind are Newcastle (h), comfortably beaten, and Fulham (h), completely taken apart, both times aimlessly keeping the ball
@Chateau_Nouveau Yep. There have been a lot of opinions formed based on nothing at all, the worst being an attempt to compare Wagner with Klopp - this in spite of a preferred style that sees Huddersfield keep the ball and do nothing else
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