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As.com | 13/01/2013
The press in Catalonia used the opportunity of Real Madrid's disappointing goalless draw at the Reyno de Navarra last night to launch a harsh attack on José Mourinho's team. Particulalry 'Sport', whose front page featured Madrid's result as a leading item, something quite uncommon.
"You guys are so bad, Mou!" was the paper's headline, accompanied by a photo of the Real Madrid coach looking glum. "Without Cristiano Madrid were painful to watch, and touched bottom, not registering a shot on goal against the bottom placed side", the front page reported.
On the inside pages, 'Sport' went on: "Madrid are living through dark days and stumbling in the Liga like a mediocre team. Without Cristiano there's no difference between Mourinho's team and the bottom side. Quite a contrast between them and Barça, who could today beat the record points total for the first half of the season." The paper also highlighted the fact that if Barça win today, it'll be the first time Madrid are 18 points away from their rivals after the 19th round of fixtures.
The front page of 'Mundo Deportivo' was more forgiving, focusing on the build up to Málaga-Barcelona rather than Mourinho's team. Its headline for the report on Osasuna-Real Madrid was "Madrid, in an abyss", while it wrote that "Real lost sight of the Liga in Pamplona, where they didn't play at all. Without Cristiano and without ideas, the bottom team were able to meet them as equals, and they deserved to make off with the win."
'Diario Gol' titled its report "Cristiano dependence" and affirmed that "Real Madrid couldn't do better than a goalless draw in a sad game against the team at the bottom. They were without Cristinao, Pepe, Sergio Ramos (and Adán) through suspensions. But also without Özil and Benzema, due to a coaching decision. For 90 minutes, Real Madrid put the debates and the disputes aside to try to focus - without success - on the practice of that noble sport called football."
"The bottom team holds Madrid" was the headline in 'La Vanguardia', which noted in its analysis of the match that "the absences showed. Not having Pepe, Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo though injury and suspension is tough. And José Mourinho leaving Özil and Benzema on the bench made things even more complicated. The improvised eleven against Osasuna couldn't deliver on a night when both teams were equally at fault."
Finally, 'El Periódico de Catalunya' also had strong criticism for the team in white, describing their match as a "Sad draw against the bottom team." "Madrid, without Cristiano Ronaldo, are incapable of scoring on their visit to Pamplona", it added.