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Luis Enrique deserves more credit for reaching 100 wins in record time

Barcelona boss Luis Enrqiue believes that his side's tough 1-0 win over Athletic Bilbao will make his team stronger.
Ivan Rakitic scored the lone goal for Barcelona as they held on for a 1-0 victory over Athletic Bilbao.

As the summer rain lashed down in the Basque Country on Sunday night, Barcelona did what they've become accustomed to doing under Luis Enrique: They won a football game.

Usually it's the golden trio of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar forcing editors to come up with new ways to describe their brilliance, but this time around it was the clase media -- as Catalan daily Sport described them on Monday's cover -- who shone as the in-form Arda Turan set up Ivan Rakitic for the only goal of the game...

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Trending: Aguero to miss Manchester derby? Torino keen on Hart

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Craig Burley ponder the ramifications of Sergio Aguero's elbow on Winston Reid.
Take a look back at all the stats behind Manchester City's 3-1 win over West Ham United, where Raheem Sterling headlined.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

MAN CITY: Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero could miss the derby against Manchester United next month if retrospective disciplinary action is taken against him for appearing to elbow Winston Reid. Aguero, along with Javier Pastore, has also been ruled out of Argentina's World Cup qualifiers against Uruguay and Venezuela through injury.

- Joe Hart is a transfer target for Torino after he was once again on Manchester City's bench at the weekend,...

 By Chris Wright

Barcelona youngsters' sportsmanship shines through in youth match

Proving that short, sharp passing isn't the only thing they're instilling in their players at La Masia, Barcelona's youngsters did the club doubly proud after winning the World Challenge Cup in Tokyo over the weekend.

Barca's Under-13 "Infantil B" side beat Omya 1-0 in the final of the tournament -- a result that left the home team well and truly devastated.

Real Madrid, Barcelona and Las Palmas win; Atletico and Valencia struggle

Zinedine Zidane admitted his side were far from brilliant during their hard fought 2-1 victory over Celta Vigo in La Liga.

On a weekend when favorites Barcelona and Real Madrid earned hard-fought wins and Las Palmas continued to impress, here is what we learned from La Liga ahead of the international break.

Morata on target for Real Madrid

Alvaro Morata scored his first goal for Real Madrid since returning to his former club this summer from Juventus in Saturday's 2-1 home win over Celta Vigo.

The Spain forward had not scored for Real at the Bernabeu since May 17, 2014 when he struck twice against Espanyol in La Liga....

Ivan Rakitic, Arda Turan lift Barcelona to victory at Athletic Bilbao

Ivan Rakitic scored the lone goal for Barcelona as they held on for a 1-0 victory over Athletic Bilbao.

Just as Luis Enrique had predicted, Barca were made to sweat for three points in a typically rain-swept and hot tempered encounter at San Mames, but they did just what was required, with Ivan Rakitic's 20th-minute header proving enough to take the three points.

Barca survived two second-half scares against Athletic Bilbao, a Raul Garcia shot that whistled past the far post and Iker Muniain's late appeal for a penalty but also missed a series of chances to put the game to bed.

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Barca's busy summer in the market has made the squad deeper, hungrier

Jasper Cillessen hopes to make the No.1 goalkeeper choice a difficult one for Luis Enrique.
The draw for the Champions league saw Pep Guardiola's Manchester City be drawn in the same group as his former club Barcelona.

With a big smile on his face and his family sat at the back of the press room, Jasper Cillessen spoke about how "proud" he is to become the latest Dutch player to represent Barcelona under the ground at Camp Nou on Friday. The Netherlands international joined the club from Ajax for an initial fee of €13 million and will compete with Marc-Andre ter Stegen for a first-team place following Claudio Bravo's transfer to Manchester City

Cillessen is Barca's fifth signing of the summer...