Fútbol Europa (1.5.2014)

  • El delantero chileno del Barcelona Alexis Sánchez celebra la consecución del primer gol de su equipo ante el Elche, durante el partido de la decimoctava jornada de liga en Primera División disputado este tarde en el Nou Camp. El Barcelona ganó 4-0. ANDREU DALMAU / EFE

  • El delantero chileno del Barcelona Alexis Sánchez (i) intenta rematar ante la oposición del centrocampista colombiano del Elche Carlos Sánchez (d), durante el partido de la decimoctava jornada de liga en Primera División disputado este tarde en el Nou Camp. El Barcelona ganó 4-0. Andreu Dalmau / EFE

  • El delantero ghanés del Elche Richmond Boakye (i) intenta controlar el balón ante la oposición del centrocampista camerunés del Barcelona Alex Song (c), durante el partido de la decimoctava jornada de liga en Primera División disputado este tarde en el Nou Camp. El Barcelona ganó 4-0. ANDREU DALMAU / EFE

  • El centrocampista del Barcelona Xavi Hernández (i) presiona al centrocampista del Elche Rubén Pérez, durante el partido de la decimoctava jornada de liga en Primera División disputado este tarde en el Nou Camp. El Barcelona ganó 4-0. ALEJANDRO GARCIA / EFE

  • El centrocampista del Barcelona Andrés Iniesta (c) pelea un balón con los jugadores del Elche Edu Albácar (d) y Alberto Botía, durante el partido de la decimoctava jornada de liga en Primera División disputado este tarde en el Nou Camp. El Barcelona ganó 4-0. ANDREU DALMAU / EFE

  • El defensa del FC Barcelona Marc Bartra (i) disputa un balón con el delantero ghanés del Elche Richmond Boakye (d), durante el partido de la decimoctava jornada de liga en Primera División disputado este tarde en el Nou Camp. EEl Barcelona ganó 4-0. ANDREU DALMAU / EFE

  • El delantero ghanés del Elche Richmond Boakye (i) intenta controlar el balón ante la oposición del centrocampista camerunés del Barcelona Alex Song (c), durante el partido de la decimoctava jornada de liga en Primera División disputado este tarde en el Nou Camp. El Barcelona ganó 4-0. ANDREU DALMAU / EFE

  • Lyon's French midfielder Yoann Gourcuff (R) vies with La Suze-sur-Sarthe's French defender Aurelien Chedor (C) and La Suze-sur-Sarthe's French goalkeeper Vincent Martin (L) during a French Cup football match between La Suze-sur-Sarthe and Olympique Lyonnais on January 5, 2014 at the Arena stadium in Le Mans, western France. Lyon won 6-1. JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER / AFP/Getty Images

  • Nantes' Senegalese defender Papy Mison Djilibodji (R) vies with Nice's French forward Alexy Bosetti during a French Cup football match Nantes vs Nice on January 5, 2014 at the La Beaujoire stadium in Nantes, western France. Nice won 2-0. CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP/Getty Images

  • Ajaccio's French forward Edouardo Ribeiro Dos Santos (L) vies with Quimperle's goalkeeper Bruno De Quelen during a French Cup football match between Quimperle and Ajaccio on January 5, 2014 at the Jean Charter stadium in Quimperle. Ajaccion won 2-1. DAMIEN MEYER / AFP/Getty Images

  • Evian's Argentinian midfielder Facundo Bertoglio (L) vies with Bastia's Algerian defender Fethi Harek during the French Cup football match Bastia (SCB) against Evian (ETGFC) at the Armand Cesari stadium in Bastia, Corsica, on January 5, 2014. Bastia won 1-0. PASCAL POCHARD CASABIANCA / AFP/Getty Images

  • Lille's French forward Ronny Rodelin (R) vies with Amiens midefielder Jonathan Alpou during a French Cup football match between Amiens and Lille on January 5, 2014 at the Licorne stadium in Amiens, northern France. Lille won 3-1. PHILIPPE HUGUEN / AFP/Getty Images

  • Montpellier's defender Abdelhamid Elkaoutari (R) vies with Rodez's forward Loic Coupin (L) during a French Cup football match between Rodez and Montpellier on January 5, 2014 at the Paul Lignon stadium in Rodez, southern France. Montpellier won 2-0. SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP/Getty Images

  • Bordeaux' Henri Saivet (up) jumps over Raon's Regis Soulaimane (down) during the French Cup football match between Raon-l'Etape and Bordeaux on January 5, 2014 in Raon-l'Etape, eastern France. Bordeaux won 2-1. JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN / AFP/Getty Images

  • Cagliari' miedfielder Daniele Conti contrast Chievo's forward Cyril Thereau during the Italian Serie A soccer match between AC Chievo Verona and Cagliari Calcio at Bentegodi Stadium in Verona, Italy, 05 January 2014. The match ended 0-0. VENEZIA FILIPPO / EFE

  • Chelsea's Oscar, right, vies for the ball with Derby's John Eustace during the English FA Cup third round soccer match between Derby County and Chelsea at the iPro Stadium in Derby, England, Sunday, Jan. 5, 2014. Chelsea won 2-0. Kirsty Wigglesworth / AP

  • Liverpool's Spanish striker Lago Aspas (R) celebrates scoring a goal during the English FA Cup third round football match between Liverpool and Oldham Athletic at Anfield in Liverpool, northwest England, on January 5, 2014. Liverpool won 2-0. PAUL ELLIS / AFP/Getty Images

  • Oldham Athletic's English midfielder Korey Smith (L) competes with Liverpool's French defender Aly Cissokho (R) during the English FA Cup third round football match between Liverpool and Oldham Athletic at Anfield in Liverpool, northwest England, on January 5, 2014. Liverpool won 2-0. PAUL ELLIS / AFP/Getty Images

  • El centrocampista croata del Sevilla, Ivan Rakitic (i), recibe la felicitación de su compañero, el alemán Marko Marin (d), tras marcar el tercer gol ante el Getafe en el partido de la jornada 18 de Liga que juegan hoy en el estadio Sánchez Pizjuán de Sevilla. Sevilla ganó 3-0. Julio Muñoz / EFE

  • El centrocampista alemán del Sevilla, Marko Marin (d), pelea por el balón con Pablo Sarabia (i), del Getafe, en el partido de la jornada 18 de Liga que juegan hoy en el estadio Sánchez Pizjuán de Sevilla. El Sevilla ganó 3-0. Julio Muñoz / EFE

  • Los jugadores del Sevilla, José Antonio Reyes (c) y Víctor Machín (i), luchan por el balón con Pedro Mosquera (d), del Getafe, durante el partido de Liga que juegan hoy en el estadio Sánchez Pizjuán de Sevilla. Sevilla ganó 3-0. Julio Muñoz / EFE

  • Nottingham Forest's Jamie Paterson celebrates scoring against West Ham United during the English FA Cup third round soccer match at the City Ground, Nottingham, England, Sunday Jan. 5, 2014. Nottingham Forest won the match 5-0. John Walton / ap

  • A file picture dated 19 June 2010 shows Portuguese soccer legend Eusebio da Silva Ferreira during the training session of Portugal's national soccer team at Bekker High School in Magaliesburg, South Africa. Portugal is to declare three days of mourning following the death of soccer legend Eusebio who died on 05 January 2014 at the age of 71. ESTELA SILVA / EFE

  • Nottingham Forest's Jack Hobbs, right, and West Ham United's George Moncur battle for the ball during the English FA Cup third round soccer match at the City Ground, Nottingham, England, Sunday Jan. 5, 2014. Nottingham Forest won the match 5-0. John Walton / ap

  • A file photo dated March 1970 shows Portuguese soccer legend Eusebio da Silva Ferreira posing for a photograph with in the Benfica Lisbon jersey. Portugal is to declare three days of morning following the death on 05 January 2014 of soccer legend Eusebio at the age of 71, national news agency Lusa reported, citing government sources. MANUEL MOURA / EFE

  • En esta foto de 23 de julio 1966, Eusébio de Portugal, a la izquierda, anota uno de sus cuatro goles durante el partido de cuartos de final de la Copa Mundial contra Corea del Norte en Goodison Park, Liverpool. AP

  • Una foto de archivo tomada el 4 de noviembre de 2011 muestra al delantero portugués del Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo, al recibió el premio “Bota de Oro 2011”, presentado por la leyenda del fútbol portugués Eusébio da Silva Ferreira (C), en Madrid. DANI POZO / AFP/Getty Images

  • En esta foto de 13 de septiembre 2008, el futbolista portugués Cristiano Ronaldo tiene su Bota de Oro europea mientras posaba para una foto con Eusébio, en Funchal, en la isla portuguesa de Madeira. Eusébio ganó el trofeo en 1968 y 1973. Helder Santos / AP

  • A file photo dated 17 April 2002 shows the Portugal's soccer legend Eusebio da Silva Ferreira (R) and Brazil's soccer legend Pele (L), hugging each other prior to the friendly match between Portugal and Brazil at Luz stadium, in Lisbon, Portugal. Portugal is to declare three days of morning following the death on 05 January 2014 of soccer legend Eusebio at the age of 71, national news agency Lusa reported, citing government sources. ANTONIO COTRIM / EFE

  • En esta foto de 27 de abril 1963, el futbolista brasileño Edson Arantes do Nascimento, conocido como Pelé, izquierda, disfruta de una charla con Eusébio da Silva Ferreira, en Lisboa, Portugal. Anonymous / AP

  • En esta foto de archivo de 10 de septiembre 2013, Pelé, izquierda, el propietario del New England Revolution, Robert Kraft, José María Marín y Eusébio posan con un jersey de fútbol de Brasil antes de un amistoso internacional partido de fútbol entre Portugal y Brasil, en Foxborough, Mass. Elise Amendola / ap

  • A file photo dated 12 January 2010 shows the two soccer legends, Portuguese Eusebio (L) and Brazilian Pele, just before a charity soccer 'Match of the Stars' at the Citadel Stadium in Luanda, Angola. According to media reports the Portuguese soccer legend Eusebio da Silva Ferreira died on 05 January 2014 at the age of 71. BRUNO FONSECA / EFE

  • A cameraman films a statue of late Portuguese football player Eusebio da Silva Ferreira, also known as the 'Black Panther', outside the Luz stadium in Lisbon on January 5, 2014. Portuguese football legend Eusebio, who was the top scorer in the 1966 World Cup, has died today at the age of 71, his former club Benfica confirmed. The Mozambican-born Eusebio died of cardio-pulmonary arrest at 0430 GMT, the club said. JOSE MANUEL RIBEIRO / AFP/Getty Images

  • Floral tributes are placed at the statue of Portuguese soccer legend Eusebio da Silva Ferreira in front of the Benfica club's Luz stadium in Lisbon, Portugal, 05 January 2014. Portugal is to declare three days of mourning following the death of the country's soccer legend Eusebio who died on 05 January 2014 at the age of 71. PEDRO NUNES / EFE