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Primera División de Argentina

Caravario: Rebuilt Racing take title

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By ESPN Staff
5 days ago

Madrid players delighted by 'perfect' year

Real Madrid players, Gareth Bale, Iker Casillas and Toni Kross discuss their success this year following a 2-nil win over San Lorenzo in the Club World Cup final.

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By ESPN Staff
6 days ago

Bauza: Real will continue to break records

San Lorenzo head coach Edgardo Bauza believes Real Madrid will continue to break records after Los Blancos' 2-0 victory in the final of the FIFA Club World Cup.

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By ESPN Staff
7 days ago

Bauza: Pope too busy to think about football

San Lorenzo manager Edgardo Bauza explains the Pope is too busy to think about a football match as his side prepare for Real Madrid in the FIFA Club World Cup final.

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By ESPN Staff
7 days ago

Holden: San Lorenzo poses no legitimate threat

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden explains San Lorenzo pose no real threat to ending Real Madrid's win streak in the FIFA Club World Cup final.

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Rebuilt Racing wins Argentine league

In Diego Milito's first season back in Argentina the former Inter Milan star led Racing to the title.
In Diego Milito's first season back in Argentina the former Inter Milan star led Racing to the title.

BUENOS AIRES -- There was suffering, it's true. Because the 1-0 score against a tepid Godoy Cruz squad didn't look like a sure result once River Plate, in second place two points behind Racing at the start of Sunday and playing at the same time, took the lead against Quilmes.

But the anxiety didn't last long. Racing was immediately able to celebrate their long-sought title after a 13-year dry spell.

The final outcome of the match (an almost permanently subdued opponent) and the league (Diego...