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Barcelona spectacular in La Liga, warns Real Madrid coach Ancelotti

Barcelona spectacular in La Liga, warns Real Madrid coach Ancelotti

Real Madrids Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti gives a press conference on the eve of their Spanish League match against FC Barcelona on Saturday. (AFP)

Barcelona spectacular in La Liga, warns Real Madrid coach Ancelotti

Barcelona are on the verge of Champions League elimination after a 3-3 draw at home against Inter Milan

Since the start of the competition they have done every well, Ancelotti said

MADRID: Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti warned his team that Barcelona have been spectacular in La Liga, despite their struggles in the Champions League.

Barcelona are on the verge of Champions League elimination after a 3-3 draw at home against Inter Milan on Wednesday, but come into Sundays Clasico at the Santiago Bernabeu as leaders, unbeaten in the top flight.

Xavis side have conceded just one goal all season in La Liga and lead Real Madrid on goal difference, both sides tied on 22 points at the top of the table.

Were looking at a team thats won all their games in La Liga after drawing their first one, they have very good form in the league, Ancelotti told a press conference on Saturday.

Since the start of the competition they have done every well. Theyve had trouble in the Champions League, which usually happens in that competition, but in La Liga they have been spectacular.

The coach remembered last seasons 4-0 defeat by Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu, where in the absence of striker Karim Benzema, he operated with Luka Modric as a false nine.

Its true that last year I tried to invent something and I paid the price for it, said Ancelotti.

The game last year will not affect us, because this is another season, another Clasico. Were looking forward to playing this game, which the whole world will watch.

Ancelotti confirmed that goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois is back training after suffering sciatica but will not feature in the Clasico, while Antonio Rudiger can play, wearing a protective mask.

The German defender suffered a bad facial injury against Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League, where he scored a last minute goal but clashed heads with the opposition goalkeeper.

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Djokovic beats Fritz to reach final of ATP Finals

Djokovic beats Fritz to reach final of ATP Finals

Djokovic beats Fritz to reach final of ATP Finals

TURIN, Italy: Novak Djokovic kept his bid for a record-equaling sixth ATP Finals title alive by beating Taylor Fritz of the United States on Saturday to reach the final of the prestigious season-ending tournament.

Djokovic, who went unbeaten through the group stage, won 7-6 (5), 7-6 (6) in just under two hours in Turin, securing the win on his second match point.

He has now won all six of his encounters against the 25-year-old Fritz.

The Serb will face either third-seeded Casper Ruud or Andrey Rublev in Sundays final as he attempts to win his first title at the event since 2015 and match Roger Federers record.

Djokovic had to recover quickly from a grueling three-hour win over Daniil Medvedev in his final group match, which had ended less than 24 hours previously.

I had to fight to survive, Djokovic said. I didnt feel very reactive today or very comfortable. I knew coming into todays match from yesterdays grueling battle against Medvedev I knew it would take me some time to adjust and find the dynamic movement I need against Fritz, who is one of the best servers on the tour.

I am very pleased to have overcome this one as I dont think it was one of my best days with my tennis, but I managed to hang in there.

A spirited showing from Fritz saw him recover from a break down in the first set. The American also broke in the opening game of the second and he appeared to be on the verge of leveling the match when he surged into a 5-3 lead.

But Djokovic broke back and again found a way to pull through the tiebreaker.

I had to be very patient, I didnt start the second set very well, Djokovic said. But I managed to break his serve at 5-4 when he was serving for the set, like when Medvedev was serving for the match yesterday.

In those moments I find another gear and managed to hold my nerve and make him play another shot in the tiebreak.

As well as possibly matching Federers record, Djokovic also stands to claim the largest payday in tennis history on Sunday, with $4,740,300 on offer for claiming the ATP Finals trophy undefeated.

Van Dijk ready to lead resurgent Dutch at World Cup

Van Dijk ready to lead resurgent Dutch at World Cup

Van Dijk ready to lead resurgent Dutch at World Cup

The straight-talking Van Gaal is back for a third stint in charge of the national team

We have to believe in our qualities and ourselves and be confident, Van Dijk said

DOHA: As the Netherlands return to the World Cup after missing out in 2018 they will be led by Virgil van Dijk, who has grown into one of the games best defenders.

Runners-up in 1974, 1978 and 2010, the Netherlands came within a penalty shootout of reaching a fourth World Cup final in 2014 when Louis van Gaals squad defied expectations to make the semifinals.

The straight-talking Van Gaal is back for a third stint in charge of the national team, courageously coming out of retirement while receiving treatment for aggressive prostate cancer.

The 71-year-old underwent 25 bouts of radiotherapy, including during training camps with the national team, and watched from a wheelchair following a bike accident as the Dutch qualified for Qatar last November.

Van Gaal, christened the Iron Tulip in his homeland for his authoritarian style, overlooked a young Van Dijk for the 2014 finals, but the Liverpool center-back has since developed into the steel backbone around which the team is built.

Van Dijk also missed out on Euro 2020 last year after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament.

So remarkably, through a combination of circumstance and misfortune, only now is the 31-year-old set to appear at his first major international tournament.

We have to believe in our qualities and ourselves and be confident, Van Dijk said.

We have a fantastic manager, an experienced manager. We have players who play at the highest level, the biggest clubs in the world.

Van Dijks emergence coincided with a transitional period for the Dutch, who failed to qualify for Euro 2016 and the 2018 World Cup.

The Oranje suffered a disappointing last-16 exit at Euro 2020 without the injured Van Dijk, but they are unbeaten in 15 games since the reappointment of Van Gaal in August 2021.

We have experience, we have talent, we have a good mixture. First and foremost we have team spirit I think thats the start to the key to success, said Van Dijk.

Its not guaranteed success of course but its a good way to start and were looking forward to the first game.

Van Dijk became the worlds most expensive defender when Liverpool signed him for 75 million from Southampton in January 2018.

Liverpool finished runners-up to Real Madrid in the Champions League a few months later, but the Reds got their hands on European clubs football biggest prize the following season.

Van Dijk lost out on the 2019 Ballon dOr to Lionel Messi by a handful of votes but earned the recognition of his peers by winning the English PFA Players player of the year prize.

He played every minute during the Covid-interrupted 2019-20 campaign as Liverpool ended a 30-year wait for the English title, only for injury to then strike him down.

Van Dijk chose to give himself time to fully heal instead of rushing back for Euro 2020, but he has made up for lost time as evidenced by a recent report by global players union FIFPro.

It showed Van Dijk had played the most minutes of those analyzed 7,597 in 78 games between July 12, 2021 and October 24 this year.

The report highlighted the unprecedented demands posed by a mid-season World Cup, but in Qatar Van Dijk at least will finally get his chance on the biggest stage.

Its going to be a very big one against the African champions, he said of Mondays Group A opener against a Senegal side missing star man Sadio Mane, a close friend of Van Dijks.

Im very sad for him that hes going to miss the tournament, said Van Dijk. Im definitely going to miss seeing him out there.

(But) well do everything in our power to get a good result and start our World Cup in the best way possible.

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Verstappen on pole as Red Bull lock-out Abu Dhabi front row

Verstappen on pole as Red Bull lock-out Abu Dhabi front row

Verstappen on pole as Red Bull lock-out Abu Dhabi front row

The two-time world champion clocked a best lap in one minute and 23.824 seconds to finish two-tenths clear of the Mexican

Charles Leclerc was third ahead of Ferrari team-mate Carlos Sainz and the two Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell

ABU DHABI: Max Verstappen outpaced team-mate Sergio Perez to grab pole position for Sundays season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as Red Bull locked out the front row in a closely-fought qualifying session.

The two-time world champion clocked a best lap in one minute and 23.824 seconds to finish two-tenths clear of the Mexican, delighting Red Bull after a week of reported rifts between the two drivers.

Charles Leclerc was third ahead of Ferrari team-mate Carlos Sainz and the two Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell, who claimed his maiden victory last weekend in Brazil.

Verstappens success brought him his third consecutive pole at the Yas Marina Circuit, his seventh of the season and 20th of his career ahead of a race in which he bids for a record-extending 15th win in a single season.

Great job everybody, good team effort, said Verstappen on his slow down lap. Well done everybody, added Perez, the two offering low-key enthusiasm after a stormy week since their team orders row.

Lando Norris was seventh for McLaren ahead of Alpines Esteban Ocon and retirement-bound four-time champion Sebastian Vettel of Aston Martin. Daniel Ricciardo was 10th on his last drive for McLaren.

Under the dazzling floodlights, Vettels father Norbert was conspicuous in his green Aston Martin shirt as he cheered his son from the garage for his final qualifying session.

A full five minutes passed before the big guns emerged, Mercedes delaying their entry to exploit a cooling track on a very warm evening with an air temperature of 30 degrees Celsius and the track at 34.

Much as expected, following their speed in final practice, the Red Bulls of Verstappen and Perez set the pace ahead of the Ferraris on their first runs before a frantic final flurry in Q1.

That left Kevin Magnussen as the fastest of the rest, eliminated in 15th place just a week after claiming his and Haass maiden pole in the rain at Interlagos.

Out with him went Pierre Gasly in his last weekend with Alpha Tauri before joining Alpine, Alfa Romeos Valtteri Bottas and the Williams pair of Alex Albon and Nicholas Latifi.

The Q2 section began with Perez outpacing Verstappen by four-tenths.

Hamilton had briefly appeared endangered, but responded to go second, splitting the Red Bulls, with Russell taking fourth. Three-tenths? he repeated when told of his gap behind the motivated Mexican.

Vettel, irritated by slower rivals including Ferrari, drove aggressively to rise to ninth and then fifth, an emotion-fueled effort.

Fellow former champion Alonso failed to make the cut for Alpine. Out with him went Yuki Tsunoda of Alpha Tauri, Haass Mick Schumacher, Lance Stroll in the second Aston Martin and Alfa Romeos Zhou Guanyu.

On the first runs in Q3, Sainz set the pace before Verstappen delivered a rasping lap in 1:23.988 to pull three-tenths clear of the Ferrari, stamping his authority on proceedings before the final runs.

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Excited Pierre Gasly says move to Alpine from AlphaTauri hasnt hit him yet

Excited Pierre Gasly says move to Alpine from AlphaTauri hasnt hit him yet

Excited Pierre Gasly says move to Alpine from AlphaTauri hasnt hit him yet

The 26-year-old French driver will replace Fernando Alonso to form an all-French partnership with Esteban Ocon at his new team

ABU DHABI: After five years with the Red Bull family in Formula One, Pierre Gasly will suit up for AlphaTauri one last time on Sunday in Abu Dhabi before he makes a move to BWT Alpine next season.

The 26-year-old Gasly, who made his F1 race debut as a reserve driver in Malaysia back in 2017, claimed a historic maiden victory for AlphaTauri in 2020, topping the podium in Monza ahead of Carlos Sainz.

He was promoted to Red Bull Racing for half a season in 2019 before returning to AlphaTauri and is now ready for a new chapter in his career, forming an all-French line-up alongside Esteban Ocon at Alpine.

I dont think it has hit me yet, Gasly said at Yas Marina Circuit ahead of this race weekend.

Because Ive just been dressing up in the same clothes the last five years, wearing the same colors and working with the same people. My life hasnt changed in any way so far. Probably, definitely on Sunday, putting the race suit on for the last time, seeing the guys.

Next year is definitely going to be a change. Im not going to be working with these guys. And after such a long time, you go beyond a working relationship. I know most of the guys kids, their wives, where they live. We share a lot more of a personal connection.

Its definitely going to be special, and I think so far Ive tried not to think about that side of it too much because I am quite an emotional person and I want to be really focused until the end. But its definitely going to be a special race.

A lovely tribute from Yuki Tsunoda to his friend Pierre Gasly

While he knows saying goodbye will not be easy, Gasly is excited about this new challenge with Alpine, where he is replacing two-time world champion Fernando Alonso, who is taking Sebastian Vettels spot at Aston Martin.

While a natural progression for Gasly might have been taking a seat at Red Bull a scenario that only lasted for 12 races in 2019 the Frenchman assures he has no regrets over how things transpired.

Not at all. This was my career and my story with Red Bull. I really believe that whatever was meant to happen happened and its meant to be like that, he said.

Ive learned a lot. I think Im definitely in a much stronger position. Im a much stronger driver than I was. If Im the person that I am today, its thanks to the experience Ive had there. Ive grown up a lot, whether it was on track or off the track.

And if you ask me, I wouldnt even change it for anything. Im 26 now. Every year, Im getting better. I just know personally I keep getting better and I know the best is yet to come. Im really grateful for whats happened. It could have been different, but it happened the way it was and there have been a lot of lessons learned from that. Thats the most important part.

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Gaslys last campaign with AlphaTauri has not gone according to plan as the team struggled to keep the momentum they had from 2021. He says the cars chassis has been massively overweight and likened it to running with a backpack.

He stands in 14thplace in the drivers standings entering the final race in Abu Dhabi and he has finished in the points just six times in 2022, the main highlight being a fifth-place finish in Baku.

It was a tricky year because there were obviously very high expectations coming from last season, there was a great momentum, there was change of regulation with the target from F1 to kind of put the film all together, admitted Gasly.

Lets say my hopes to have the best year for AlphaTauri were never as high as they were at the start of the season. I really thought okay, we have our chances, budget cuts are coming in, we have no reason not to outperform all the midfield teams.

We didnt start the year in the best shape, but at that time I didnt really care so much because I knew it will be a race of development through the year. It doesnt really matter where you start, you just needed to put this development on the car, race after race. And, unfortunately, we didnt manage to do that.

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Gaslys AlphaTauri teammate Yuki Tsunoda has Grazie Pierre printed on his car this weekend at Yas Marina Circuit, and the pair enjoyed one last fun conversation on the teams podcast Tauri Talk on Thursday.

I will miss the relationship, just the mood outside of racing, in the paddock. Its just so relaxing, theres not anything that is stress, Tsunoda said on the podcast.

Its good that we have clear difference between work and outside of work.

I learned a lot from him in racing, said the young Japanese, before adding with a laugh: The outfits, the shoes especially.

Your shoe game is definitely better, Gasly interrupted, to which Tsunoda responded, The Jordans, right?

Gasly said the two had a genuine and easy relationship off it.

Ive learned a lot, especially in terms of food, Ive been impressed I dont think Ive met anyone who has such a wide food knowledge, anywhere we go. Whether its Japanese, whether its Italian. Even in Italy, the guy arrived like two years ago, he knows more places, he knows more food than an Italian that is born and raised in Italy. This is impressive and incredible, he said of Tsunoda.

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This time last year in Abu Dhabi, the paddock was buzzing with excitement over the down-to-the-wire battle for the championship between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, who entered the final race on equal points in the drivers standings.

Things are quite different this time around with Verstappen safely defending his title with four races to spare.

Gasly reflected on what the scene was like last season and said hes looking forward to seeing who finishes second this year with Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez both in contention.

I must say as a motorsport fan, 12 months ago I was very excited to see how things were going to get down to the last race. It was very exciting for all of us, even though we were part of the race, but we still wanted to see who was going to get on top of this battle, Gasly told Arab News.

I think this year is probably more emotional. We have Seb (Vettel) leaving the paddock, I think hes been a great player and a great icon and figure for all of us F1 drivers.

Daniel (Ricciardo) is going as well; were going to see quite a big change next season with a lot of new faces coming in and a lot of strong personalities and strong characters leaving us.

There is no championship to play for, but Im still quite excited to see between Charles and Checo, who is going to be runner-up.

But at the end of the day its definitely going to be quite special with the farewells we had Kimis farewell last year, now its Sebs farewell. So there seems to be a sort of generation change becoming more and more clear in the paddock.

Gasly isnt placing any high expectations on himself but hopes to adapt as quickly as possible to his new team next season, starting with the test run hell have with Alpine in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.

Alpine are in fourth place in the constructors championship at the moment and are expected to challenge the top three Red Bull, Ferrari, Mercedes in 2023.

Hopefully it changes for good in my position. But at the same time you never know, said Gasly, looking ahead to the possibility of a reshuffle in grid order next season.

I talked about the guys as well here (at AlphaTauri), they are telling me their next years car is the best one theyve ever had and theyre going to be fighting at the front.

Its normal, when you speak around the paddock, everybody is making huge steps forward. God knows whats going to happen.

I hope were fighting at the front, maybe were fighting for podiums, for race wins, for top five, or it could be a more challenging season. Because usually teams have different designers and theyre switching designers from one season to another.

So theres still some carry over from year to year, but there could be some surprises. Well find this out start of next year.

He added: Im just very open-minded. I dont set any expectations on my side on what Im going to find there (at Alpine).

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With the biggest show in football 24 hours away, Arab News takes a look at the 12-year journey to make Qatar 2022 happen

DUBAI: The first FIFA World Cup to take place in the Arab world will kick off Sunday in Doha when the host nation take on Ecuador in the tournaments opening match at Al-Bayt Stadium.

The journey from winning the nomination on Dec. 2, 2010 to the big kick off on Nov. 20, 2022 has not been without challenges and controversies, but for the teams and fans who have landed in Qatar, and for millions around the world, the moment of truth has arrived.

As in Russia four years ago, there will be four Arab nations taking part in the tournament. This time around they are Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Morocco and Tunisia.

Qatar and Saudi Arabia are among a record six Asian Football Confederation members taking part, along with Japan, South Korea, Iran and Australia.

Of the Arab nations, Qatar have an immediate chance to get three points on the board against Ecuador arguably the easiest of their three matches in group A, which also includes the Netherlands and Senegal.

A win would leave the Asian champions requiring perhaps just a single point from their two other matches to become only the fourth Arab nation after Morocco (1986), Saudi Arabia (1994), and Algeria (2014) to reach the knockout stages of a World Cup.

Saudi Arabia have the toughest start of the Arab nations, taking on Argentina in their Group C opener, before facing Poland and Mexico in two matches that are only marginally less difficult.

A strong Morocco squad will have high hopes of causing an upset in Group F against Belgium Canada and Croatia, while Tunisia were dealt a tough hand when placed with champions France, Denmark and Canada in Group D.

While the Arab teams might struggle to progress beyond the group stages, it is a mission they should embrace. Players like Qatars Akram Afifi and Almoez Ali, Saudis Salem Al-Dawsari, and Tunisias Hannibal Mejbri could introduce themselves to a whole new audience.

Others, like Seville keeper Yasssine Bounou, and his Moroccan colleagues Achraf Hakimi of PSG and Hakim Ziyech of Chelsea are already familiar to audiences worldwide.

Standout matches for the Arab contingent will be Qatars showdown with the Netherlands on Nov. 29; Saudis second Group C fixture against Poland, which could provide their best chance of an upset; Tunisias clash with champions France; and Moroccos final Group F match against Canada, potentially a match in which they could seal their progress to the round of 16 if they already have points on the board.

Elsewhere, there will be titanic clashes (Spain vs. Germany), international derbies (England vs. Wales), politically charged matches (Iran vs. USA) and revenge missions (Ghana vs. Uruguay)

Among the favorites for the trophy will be France and Brazil, both of whom have named fearsome squads, as well as Euro 2020 finalists England and South American champions Argentina.

The latter have become many peoples sentimental favorites, with a swell of emotion building behind Lionel Messis bid to end a glorious career with the trophy he craves the most.

Win it on Dec. 18, in what would be the Argentine maestros 1000th professional game, and the title of greatest footballer of all time will no longer be debated.

Messis rival for the title of greatest player of his generation, Cristiano Ronaldo, will also be playing in what is surely his last World Cup. And while things have not gone smoothly for the Portugal captain at Manchester United this season, his army of fans will no doubt be watching to see if he can pull one last rabbit out of the hat.

With Messi and Ronaldo walking into the sunset at the end of Qatar 2022, the position of worlds best player is up for grabs. The contender most likely to fill the void is Kylian Mbappe.

Already a world champion, the Frenchman has long been many peoples choice as the worlds next best player, and though he has continued to excel for club and country, the fact that he has remained at Paris Saint-Germain and, crucially, failed to land the coveted Champions League for them, means the jury is still out.

And then there is Neymar. This World Cup could well be the final chance for the Brazilian teammate of Messi and Mbappe at PSG to prove that he belongs among the greats after two World Cups plagued by injuries and underwhelming performances.

Other veterans including Ballon dOr winner Karim Benzema, Uruguays Luis Suarez, Polands Robert Lewandowski and Croatias Luka Modric will also have the chance to bid their fans a fond farewell at the highest level.

Among a new generation of players to watch in Qatar are the likes of Brazils Vinicius Jr, Raphinha and Bruno Guimaraes; Frances Eduardo Camavinga and Aurelien Tchouameni; Uruguays Darwin Nunez; Germanys Jamal Musiala; and the brilliant 19-year-old Spaniard Pedri.

The stage is set, the curtain rises on Sunday night.

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