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Malaga must move on - Pellegrini

Manuel Pellegrini says his Malaga side must put the Champions League heartbreak of midweek out of their minds.

Malaga lost in agonising fashion to Borussia Dortmund but will turn their attentions back to the top four race in Spain this weekend.

“These things happen in football, and results can depend on various factors. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their messages of encouragement, and we all feel the fans’ support,” mused Pellegrini.

“The reception we received when we arrived back from Dortmund was incredible, and a testament to what we all feel at La Rosaleda.

“It’s tough to get as far as we did in a competition like that, but now our concentration has shifted back to the League.”


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