Champions League & Lionel Messi

The Champions League Twenty20, also referred to as the CLT20, is an annual international Twenty20 cricket competition played between the top domestic teams from major cricketing nations. Lionel Andrés Messi (born 24 June 1987) is an Argentine footballer who plays in La Liga for FC Barcelona and captains the Argentina national team, mainly as a forward. 5.0/5

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Lionel Messi: “Cristiano deserved the trophy. He the Champions League and scored many goals, including the final.”
Cristiano Ronaldo (105) and Lionel Messi (94) are the only active players with more Champions League goals than Karim Benzema
Angel Gomes and Lionel Messi in the Champions League next season.
I'm reading Lionel Messi explains why his goal vs Man United in 2009 Champions League final is "one of my
On this day two years ago, Lionel Messi broke Jerome Boateng's ankles before lobbing Manuel Neuer in the Champions Lea…
Cristiano Ronaldo has now matched Lionel Messi's Champions League record 💪
7 - Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have now both scored seven Champions League hat-tricks. Magnificent.
Lionel Messi wins 3 points while Cristiano Ronaldo will lift the Champions League trophy in Cardiff. Now tell me who's…
When Lionel Messi realizes that Real Madrid wouldn't be facing Juventus in the Uefa Champions League (UCL) Semi-finals 😳…
8 - Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 8 goals v Bayern in the Champions League - only Lionel Messi has more v a single team (9 v Ar…
All 10 of Lionel Messi's Champions League goals this season have been scored with his left foot. Wand. 💫
how good is Lionel Messi? He has 93 Uefa Champions League goals, the most by an Argentinian. Sergio Aguero is 2nd with 27...
Lionel Messi has scored 6 goals in 7 games vs German opposition in the Champions League.
Lionel Messi - 51 goals in 51 Champions League games at the Nou Camp
23 - Since Mesut Ozil's Champions League debut, only Lionel Messi (24) and Cristiano Ronaldo (26) have provided more assists.…
Lionel Messi: Has now scored 9 goals in the Champions League this season, four more than any other player
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Lionel Messi: Has now scored 8 goals in less than 300 minutes of Champions League action, matching his tally from 9 appearan…
From marking Lionel Messi in the Champions League final to the Checkatrade Trophy - The Sun
Eleven years ago today, Lionel Messi scored his first Champions League goal. 90 goals and four titles later...
Lionel Messi - All 17 Champions League goals vs English clubs in HD
Lionel Messi has made shocking remarks about Man United. They will hate him for this!
Lionel Messi is top scorer of both La Liga (7 goals) and Champions League (6 goals) this season. Best in the world.. htt…
Lionel Messi is the first player to score against two different goalkeepers in a Champions League match since Ruud Van Nis…
16 - Lionel Messi has scored more Champions League goals against English clubs than he has against sides from any other nation…
Lionel Messi has scored 13 goals in his last 13 Champions League games against English sides
Against Man City, Lionel Messi played his 50th Champions League game at Camp Nou and has now scored 50 Champions League…
English Clubs Lionel Messi has scored a Hattrick against in the Champions League : Arsenal and Manchester City. Goodnight…
Lionel Messi hat-trick in Barcelona's rout of Manchester City in Champions League - The Indian E...
Lionel now holds the record(50)for the most goals scored at home in Champions League history,following his...
Lionel Messi becomes only the second player in Champions League history to score back-to-back hat-tricks. The other? Luiz Adr…
Lionel Messi in the Champions League this season:. Games: 2. Goals: 6. Assists: 2. Hat-tricks: 2
7 - Real Madrid (9) are the only team to score more hat-tricks than Lionel Messi (7) in the Champions League. Phenomenon.
Barcelona star Lionel Messi will be fit in time to face Manchester City in the Champions League on October 19. [Cadena COPE]
Lionel Messi overtakes Cristiano Ronaldo to top Champions League hat-trick list
7-0! Barcelona had a field day against Celtic in their Champions League opener.
This is Lionel Messi's sixth Champions League hat trick. He passes Cristiano Ronaldo for most in history.
Lionel Messi scores his first Champions League goal of the season just 3 minutes into the first game. So simple.
Lionel Messi has more hat-tricks (6) than any player in Champions League history, overtaking Cristiano Ronaldo on 5.
6 - Lionel Messi has now scored six hat-tricks in the Champions League, more than any other player in the history of the compe…
FACT: Lionel Messi scores a record 6th Champions League hattrick & the 40th hattrick of his career. The greatest.
Lionel Messi might think Celtic should be in the Champions League but they're an ordinary t...
- Messi: Barca friendly can help Celtic secure Champions League rematch with Liga winners
Lionel Messi when he realises Martin Demichelis has made it further in the Champions League this season...
ON THIS DAY: In 2010, Lionel Messi scored all 4 as Barcelona beat Arsenal 4-1 at Camp Nou in the Champions League. htt…
[Sport News] | Lionel Messi: 'Champions League tie with Arsenal is not over' |Via Sports Mole
Crazy to think about Leicester in the Champions League. Imagine Lionel Messi against Wes Morgan at the King Power Stadium.
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Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez enjoy night on the town with their partners after Barcelona's Champions League ma...
ON THIS DAY: In 2005, Lionel Messi scored his first ever Champions League goal in a 5-0 win over Panathinaikos.
On this day 10 years ago, Lionel Messi scored his very first Champions League goal. He now has 77!
Champions League team of the week: Barcelona impress even without the injured Lionel Messi - but who else feat...
Lionel Messi has had a hand in 99 Champions League goals in his career (77 goals and 22 assists in 98 games).
Most goals in the Champions League this season:. Lionel Messi (10). Neymar (10). Cristiano Ronaldo (10)
There is one African who has also scored in as many Champions League finals as FC Barcelona superstar, Lionel Messi.
Lionel Messi has completed 82 take-ons in the Champions League this season. Chelsea's Eden Hazard has second most, 51 [via sq]
Barcelona beats Bayern Munich 3-0 thanks to a brace from Lionel Messi |
Lionel Messi being Lionel Messi. No words can do justice to this ridiculous goal. WATCH:
Cristiano Ronaldo is now the all-time record scorer in the Champions League with 76 goals, one ahead of Lionel Messi.
Cristiano Ronaldo (76) is now Champions League's all-time topscorer, surpassing Lionel Messi (75).
- Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi in race to be Champions League top score...
Most goals and assists in the Champions League over the last 3 seasons:. Cristiano Ronaldo (42). Lionel Messi (29)
Lionel Messi has scored 59 Uefa Champions League goals and. is behind only Raúl González (71).
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Lionel Messi, Barcelona superb in Champions League win over Man City
Lionel Messi has scored (8) or assisted (2) 10 of Barcelona's 15 goals in the Champions League this season. Fulcrum."
Edinson Cavani netted his 6th goal of the season in the Champions League last night. Only Luiz Adriano (9) and Lionel Messi (8…
TRANSFER GOSSIP Barcelona forward Lionel Messi, 27, has alerted Manchester United to his potential availability by saying he does not know where he will be playing next year. (Guardian) The Sun's back page on Tuesday United are considering a £25m move for Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin, 25, to strengthen their faltering Champions League hopes. (Daily Express) They are also tracking Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller, 25, who is keen on a move away from the Allianz Arena. (Daily Star) Swansea City want Newcastle United's Senegalese striker Papiss Cisse, 29, to replace Manchester City-bound Wilfried Bony, 26. (Daily Telegraph) Liverpool are ready to sell Brazilian midfielder Lucas Leiva, 28, to Napoli if they land 25-year-old Fabian Delph from Aston Villa. (Daily Mirror) Juventus are interested in signing Liverpool forward Mario Balotelli, 24, on a loan deal this month, with an option for a £14m permanent deal in the summer. (Times - subscription required) Arsenal are prepared to increase the ...
Great player of all time... Cristiano Ronaldo was the best footballer in the world in 2014. His third Ballon d’Or victory on Monday was 100 per cent deserved, and he now sits among a group of only five players to rack up such a hat-trick. But until he can place a World Cup or European Championship winner’s medal alongside his three golden trophies, he will never be spoken of in the realms of the greatest players in history, such as Diego Maradona and Pele. His incredible 2014 included a Champions League record goals haul, the surpassing of 200 Spanish league goals in record time and a new Portugal scoring milestone. He predictably collected the award which confirms him as the Best Player of the year. Another such 12 months in 2015, and he and Lionel Messi will stand together as the Ballon d’Or's two most successful players of all time. But what will that matter to future generations if neither Ronaldo nor Messi taste glory with their national teams? Both captain their countries, but both have only c ...
hanad moh 2015-01-12 21:22Madrid - Cristiano Ronaldo shut out Lionel Messi for the second straight year in the battle for the Ballon d'Or and he is showing no sign of giving up his grip as king of world football.The 29-year-old Portuguese forward has been at the heightof his powers again this year, terrorising opposing defences in the Champions League and Spain's La Liga.He is also hungry for more. Asked at the Ballon d'Or ceremony what his favourite goal had been, Ronaldo was only half-joking when he said:"For me the next goal is alwaysthe most important."Despite a patellar tendinosis problem in his left knee that contributed to an underwhelming World Cup, thePortugal captain was clearly a deserving winner of a third Ballon d'Or in a year in which he guided Real Madrid to their 10th Champions League title (but first in 12 years) and continued to rewrite the history books.Physical specimenThe preening side of Ronaldo will always exist. His latest Ballon d'Or will likely take up residence in the museum he ...
Cristiano Ronaldo wins FIFA Ballon d'Or award for 2014 Cristiano Ronaldo has won the FIFA Ballon d'Or award for 2014, earning the title of world's best football player for a third time. He beat Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer and four-time winner Lionel Messi in a vote of national team captains and coaches from FIFA's 209 member countries, plus selected journalists. Ronaldo retained football's highest individual honour after scoring 61 goals for Real Madrid and Portugal last year. His record tally of 17 in a Champions League season helped his club win an unprecedented 10th European Cup title.
BALLON D'OR 2014/2015 AT A GLANCE. Real Madrid Super Star,Cristiano Ronaldo has won FIFA's Ballon d'Or award 2014/2015 for the third time - beating Lionel Messi and Manuel Neuer. It is the third time Ronaldo has been crowned the top player after winning the award last year and for his 2002 campaign. The three awards match France’s Zinedine Zidane and Brazil’s Ronaldo for second most since the player of the year award was first presented in 1991. Messi holds the record with four trophies after being crowned the Best Player on the planet each year from 2009-2012. Messi and Ronaldo have cornered the market for the award with the last seven trophies going to the Spanish League stars. The duo has been in an epic duel for supremacy within La Liga, Champions League, highest salary and for the crown of Best Player in the world’s most popular start. For now, the hat rests squarely on Ronaldo’s head. Ronaldo was widely expected to take home the 2014 Ballon D’Or after leading Real Madrid to its tenth Champ ...
Ronaldo’s 54 goals, Messi’s 21 assists, Neuer’s 28 clean sheets – The Ballon d’Or trio's remarkable records Ballon d'Or 2014: LIVE! The 2014 Ballon d'Or will be decided in Zurich on Monday, with Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Manuel Neuer all battling for the top prize. Ronaldo, who is the current Ballon d'Or holder, scored 17 goals as Real Madrid won their 10th Champions League title, overcoming Atletico Madrid 4-1 after extra-time in the final in Lisbon. Messi meanwhile scored four times as Argentina reached the World Cup final, only to be defeated by Germany and a Mario Gotze goal in the Maracana in Brazil. Manuel Neuer was on the right side of that result, his stellar performances for Germany guiding his nation to their fourth World Cup crown. Other awards handed out at the ceremony include the Coach of the Year, where the three candidates are Real Madrid's Carlo Ancelotti, Atletico Madrid's Diego Simeone, and Germany boss Joachim Low. The Goal of the Year award will also be decided, w ...
The SEVEN reasons why Lionel Messi could make £200MILLION Chelsea move: 1) There are suggestions the Argentine is unhappy with his pay packet at Barcelona. He signed a new contract in May that earns him £16m a year after tax - but his great rival Cristiano Ronaldo earns £19m a year at Real Madrid. This has apparently caused friction between Messi's camp and Barca. 2) Messi is the all-time top goalscorer in La Liga and the Champions League. But he wants to play in the Premier League and turning 28 in June he could feel the timing is perfect for a move to England. 3) Barca have slapped an astonishing £200m price tag on their star man. But according to sources close to the player, Adidas (Chelsea club sponsor and kit supplier) are ready to help fund the deal in order to steal Messi from their big rivals Nike (who sponsor Barca). 4) Cesc Fabregas left the Nou Camp for Chelsea this summer and is trying to persuade his close friend, his future lies at Stamford Bridge too. 5) Messi wants to live in London. H ...
Ronaldo Voted Europe’s Top Footballer Portuguese football phenomenon Cristiano Ronaldo was voted by European sports reporters Europe’s best football player for the second year in a row. The results of the survey, carried out by Uruguay’s El Pais daily and released Tuesday, showed 89 of the 144 reporters queried named the Real Madrid forward as the region’s top player, reports Xinhua. German goalie Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich) and Argentina’s Lionel Messi (Barcelona) came in distant second and Third Places, with 19 and 16 votes, respectively. Ronaldo “was again the grand star (of Real Madrid), winning the coveted Champions League title for the tenth time,” the daily said. Real Madrid also lead the Spanish League’s 2014—2015 season with a total of 25 goals, the daily added. In other categories, the title of Europe’s best coach went to Argentina’s Diego Simeone, who coached Atletico Madrid to victory in the Spanish 2013—2014 season and the final of the Uefa Champions League. Simeone, ...
Fact: In 2014 Lionel Messi became top scorer in Barcelona, El clasico, La Liga, Champions League and in all European Competitions
INTO THE CHRISTMAS BREAK... D I D. Y O U. K N O W? * Real Madrid are going into the Christmas break with one-point lead, & a game in hand, at the top of La Liga. * A Spanish record run of 22 successive wins. Two trophies already in the bag (European Super Cup and Club World Cup). * Barcelona have bagged 41 goals in 16 matches - at an average of almost three per game. * Ronaldo has scored only two fewer La Liga goals than Suarez, Lionel Messi and Neymar combined this season. * Real Madrid had a100% record in the Champions League group stage. * Cristiano Ronaldo have scored 25 league goals in 14 matches this season. * The key to Madrid's excellent start is Carlo Ancelotti managing to do something that neither of his Bernabeu predecessors Jose Mourinho or Manuel Pellegrini could do. That's knitting together a dressing room packed with the world's most expensive players and, possibly, the world's most inflated egos. * Bayern Munich have taken 45 points from their 17 matches (a Bundesliga record), and only con ...
Neymar: Barcelona can beat Real Madrid to Champions League The Brazil captain says it is a dream of his to win the tournament and is confident his side can beat their fierce rivals to the European title in Berlin this season Dec 20, 2014 08:26:00 Barcelona forward Neymar is dreaming of a Champions League title and believes his side can beat rivals Real Madrid to the crown. Madrid are on a run of 21 consecutive victories ahead of Saturday’s Club World Cup final with Argentinian side San Lorenzo and marched to the their 10th Champions League title last season. But despite admitting that Carlo Ancelotti’s side have some of the Best Players in the world, the Brazil captain is confident his Barca side have what it takes to become European champions in Berlin next year. "Winning the Champions League is a dream I have had since I was a child. And of course, imagine what it must be like to win it with Barca," he told Sport. "[Real Madrid] are a great team with great players, the best in the world, and as a te ...
Lionel Messi can't wait to face FIFA 15 pal Sergio Aguero in Champions League
Lionel Messi says he is eagerly looking forward to facing Sergio Aguero when Barcelona take on Manchester City in the Champions League last 16.
FACT: John Obi Mikel is now just 75 goals away from overtaking Lionel Messi's Champions League goal scoring record.
They were dispatched by the usual ruthlessness of Lionel Messi in the knockout round of the Champions League last-16, but this time round Joe Hart says that Manchester City must not go quietly having fought so hard to make it out the group stages.
John Obi Mikel is just 74 goals away from Lionel Messi's all-time Champions League goal scoring record.
SPORTS UPDATE WITH EMMAH ATAI: Brendan Rodgers has said that Liverpool have a "fight" on their hands to qualify for next season's Champions League. The Northern Irishman was speaking in the aftermath of his side elimination from this year's competition following a1-1 draw at home to Basel, which was not enough to seal progression to the last 16. Liverpool won just one of their six Group B games, which came courtesy of a last-minute Steven Gerrard penalty in a 2-1 home win over Ludogorets Razgrad. Cristiano Ronaldo surpassed Former Real Madrid team-mate Raul's Champions League goalscoring record by scoring his 72nd goal in the prestigious European competition against Ludogorets. The Portuguese superstar also closed the gap on rival Lionel Messi to just two goals before Gareth Bale doubled Real Madrid's lead in the 38th minute when his headed effort flew past keeper Vladislav Stoyanov. Substitutes Alvaro Arbeloa and Alvaro Medran scored late on to pile misery on Ludogorets. Aaron Ramsey has dispelled fears ...
Ronaldo, Messi and Neuer up for Ballon d'Or Cristiano Ronaldo will be challenging Lionel Messi and goalkeeper Manuel Neuer to retain the Ballon d'Or. Ronaldo won the 2013 honour to end Messi's three-year run as the world's Best Player since FIFA and France Football merged their awards. While Messi has broken the Champions League and Spanish league scoring records this month after winning the Golden Ball at the World Cup, the Argentina forward will end 2014 without a team honor. Argentina lost to Germany in the World Cup final. Neuer kept a clean sheet as the Bayern Munich goalkeeper followed up winning the German league and cup by lifting football's biggest prize. Ronaldo's World Cup campaign with Portugal ended in the group stage, but he won the Champions League and UEFA Super Cup with Real Madrid. who you think Will be winning it?
The star trio will hope to emulate Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Zlatan Ibrahimovic in this year's team, having been shortlisted for a place in the illustrious side The shortlist for the forwards in Fifa's FIFPro World XI has been announced, with Sergio Aguero, Wayne Rooney and Diego Costa all nominated from the Premier League. The Manchester City striker leads the way, having helped his side win the Premier League in 2013-14, though injury curtailed his World Cup. Aguero has also hit the ground running this term, scoring 17 goals in 19 appearances. Rooney, meanwhile, was a rare bright spot under David Moyes, and has impressed under Louis Van Gaal, having scored his first ever World Cup goal for England at the World Cup. Costa will also fancy his chances of inclusion, with his goals last season propelling Atletico Madrid to the Champions League final, and his start under Jose Mourinho cementing his position as one of the finest strikers in world football. The Brazil-born Spain international has hit ...
Yaya Sanogo is now only 73 Champions League goals away from catching Lionel Messi.
Lionel Messi is the Champions League highest goalscorer ever with 74 goals. Follow me on google+: Luis Suarez - The Beginnin...
The former Basel man insists people are jealous of the Real Madrid superstar, who he feels has already proven himself superior to his Barcelona rival by excelling in England Carlos Varela says Lionel Messi is not half as good as Cristiano Ronaldo and claims that the Portuguese would have won more Ballon d'Or awards if he were "ugly". Ronaldo is the reigning titleholder and the current favourite to win this year's prize after inspiring Real Madrid to Champions League glory in May. The 29-year-old has also been widely lauded for his remarkable goalscoring exploits this season but Varela says that Ronaldo still does not get all of the credit he deserves, something he puts down to jealousy. "I do not understand how anyone could criticise him," the former Basel midfielder told AS ahead of Madrid's Champions League clash with the Swiss champions at St. Jakob Park on Wednesday night. "I think his image has a [negative] effect. "People are jealous and envious of him. If he were ugly, they would have treated him b ...
A look back at Lionel Messi's Champions League exploits, as the Argentine breaks the goalscoring record in the competition.
Lionel Messi has scored in Barcelona's 3 away games in the Champions League this season Total of 5 goals in those …
Lionel Messi insisted it was all about the team after becoming the all-time leading scorer in Champions League history during Barcelona's 4-0 win at APOEL on Tuesday.
Barcelona's Lionel Messi becomes Champions League's all-time top scorer * Champions League
Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 71st Champions League goal to give Real Madrid a 1-0 win at Basel as they maintained their 100 per cent record in Group B. The Portugal forward netted from close range after Karim Benzema charged down the left and pulled the ball back for him to equal former Real forward Raul's Champions League tally and move three behind Lionel Messi, who broke the record with a hat-trick for Barcelona on Tuesday. Reigning European champions Real, who made sure of top spot in the group with 15 points, chalked up their club-record-equalling 15th successive win in all competitions, although they had to survive a difficult second half against the Swiss champions, who battled hard throughout the game with 17-year-old forward Breel Embolo proving a real handful. Some fans at St Jakob-Park decided to get their own action shots as Basel hosted Real Madrid Despite their defeat, Basel, who have six points from five games, can still qualify for the last 16 if they draw at Liverpool in their final game. ...
Lionel Messi grabbed a hat-trick in Barcelona’s 4-0 win at Apoel Nicosia to become the all-time record goals scorer in the Uefa Champions League with 74 goals on Tuesday.
"SPORTS DRIVE" with Frank (7:30am) : Barcelona and Real Madrid Superstar players, Lionel Messi and Christiano Ronaldo, have been fantastic in the ongoing Uefa Champions League season. Between Ronaldo and Messi, who has impressed you the more?
Barca ace Lionel Messi focused on team after Champions League milestone
What would Barcelona do without Lionel Messi? Since hinting in a recent interview with Argentine sports paperOlethat his long-term future may lie away from the Catalan club, Lionel Messi has returned to his brilliant best and broken two of football's most remarkable records in the space of four days. On Saturday, his hat-trick in the 5-1 win at home to Sevilla saw the recent gloom lifted at Camp Nou and he was given a rousing reception and a special tribute after surpassing Basque legend Telmo Zarra to become La Liga's all-time top goalscorer. And Messi's goals are also the fuel for Barca in Europe. His recent double at Ajax saw him draw level with Raul on 71 strikes in the Champions League and another hat-trick at APOEL on Tuesday means he is now the competition's leading scorer outright with 74 strikes in Europe's premier club competition. Two timely reminders, if they were needed, of just what Messi means to this team. The Argentine has been unhappy with the Barca board and on Saturday, president Josep ...
Messi revels in Champions League milestone 26 November 2014 Lionel Messi reflected on breaking the Uefa Champions League goalscoring record as "a wonderful thing" after his hat-trick against APOEL. The prolific Barcelona forward surpassed Real Madrid legend Raul's tally of 71 goals by scoring his second hat-trick in as many games on Tuesday. Messi took centre stage after Luis Suarez netted his first Barca goal as the Catalan giants coasted to a 4-0 Group F victory in Nicosia. The mercurial Messi became the top scorer in La Liga history with a treble in a 5-1 hammering of Sevilla on Saturday and the Argentina talisman revelled in his latest milestone. "Achieving this record in a competition like this is a wonderful thing. But, beyond that it was a very important game," said Messi, who now has 74 Champions League goals. Luis Enrique's side face French champions Paris Saint-Germain at Camp Nou next month knowing a win would ensure they finish top of the group and Messi is determined to achieve that goal. He ...
The world's papers hail Lionel Messi after he becomes the all-time Champions League top scorer
Lionel Messi scores 3 goals against Apoel Nicosia to pass Raúl Gonzalez and become highest scorer in Champions League history
Lionel Messi nets hat trick, becomes Champions League's all-time top scorer as Barcelona win.
In European club football, there are many legendary forwards currently playing the beautiful game. But, no one is at the level of Lionel Messi. Love him or hate him; it does not matter. What matters is that our generation is blessed to have got the privilege of watching Lionel Messi play. Yes, there are forwards who are taller, stronger and faster than him. There are forwards who possess better skills than him. There are forwards who score more beautiful goals than him. Of course, he is not the perfect forward. But, in the end, when their tallies of goals and assists for their respective leagues and the Champions League come into the picture, Lionel Messi surpasses them all. And that's without considering all the trophies, cups, medals, awards and Balon d'Ors he has won in his career! Congratulations on becoming the greatest forward of La Liga BBVA, Lio!
Aged 27, Lionel Messi is the player with most goals ever in the Liga (with Zarra) ànd most goals ever in the Champions Leag…
La Liga record-breaking Lionel Messi is a one-off The fact that we are still celebrating Lionel Messi is a testament to his brilliance. With Cristiano Ronaldo playing like someone entered a cheat code into his PlayStation, Neymar producing the kind of early-season form that tempts comparisons to Ronaldinho and Luis Suarez arriving on the scene to disrupt the party, there is enough going on in Spain without referring to the Argentine. Yet here we are, eulogising the little man once more. He refuses to go away. Of course he broke La Liga's career goal- scoring record in typical Messi fashion: by scoring in bunches. He equalled Telmo Zarra's mark of 251 goals with a superb free-kick in the 21st minute of Barcelona's match against Sevilla on Saturday, then broke it in the 72nd minute by adding a second before completing his hat trick in Barca's 5-1 triumph. There are some, particularly in Spain, who would like nothing more than for Messi to be considered just an ordinary player. For his still-exception al 41 ...
* Manchester United are planning to sell Angel Di Maria, 26, to Paris Saint-Germain in the summer to create funds for a sensational move for either Real Madrid's Gareth Bale, 25, or Cristiano Ronaldo, 29. * Arsenal have agreed a deal in principle to sign Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech, 32, who is currently playing second fiddle to Thibaut Courtois at Stamford Bridge. * Lionel Messi's father Jorge says the prospect of his son leaving Barcelona is "not even on the table", after an interview the 27-year-old gave earlier this week prompted speculation about a move away. * Bayern Munich winger and Liverpool target Xherdan Shaqiri, 23, could be forced to stay with the German Champions until the end of the season as he is cup tied in the Champions League. * Jose Mourinho has ordered his scouts to keep tabs on Ipswich defender Tyrone Mings, 21, as a potential long-term replacement for John Terry at Chelsea. * Manchester United are preparing a move for AC Milan defender Adil Rami, 28. * Manchester City are willing t ...
Lionel Messi (71) has just equaled Raúl's all-time goalscoring record in the Champions League.
Lionel Messi vs Cristiano Ronaldo: who will break Raul's Champions League... * Champions League
IS LIONEL MESSI A ONE-FOOTED FOOTBALLER? Barcelona have released a graphic detailing how and where Lionel Messi has scored his 71 Champions League goals. The Argentine has scored a huge 59 of them with his left foot, and only eight with his right. The diminutive record breaker has also managed four off his head. Whether he's home or away doesn't seem to matter much to the World Cup Golden Ball winner, with 38 being scored at the Camp Nou and 31 at other grounds. He has also scored twice in the neutral final. He is simply fantastic!
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Congratulation to Lionel Messi for equalling my record of most no. of goals, 71 in Uefa Champions League. [Courtesy: Times Of India]
71 - Lionel Messi has now scored 71 goals in Champions League history, drawing level with Raul at the top of the charts. Parit…
Messi thinks faster than anyone - Neymar Following Barcelona's 3-1 win over Ajax, the Brazilian hailed the Blaugrana's teamwork and also underlined their excitement at getting to face Real Madrid on Saturday Oct 22, 2014 10:59:19 Neymar has showered Barcelona team-mate Lionel Messi with praise for his quick-thinking as the duo continued their fine goalscoring form in Tuesday's 3-1 win over Ajax. Both the Brazilian and the Argentine scored as Luis Enrique's men bagged all three points in their third Champions League group game of the season, sending them on to six points - one behind Group F leaders Paris Saint-Germain. Neymar has now scored 10 times in as many games this season, while Messi has nine goals in 11 matches, and the Brazil forward believes their teamwork is reaping rewards in 2014-15. "What we are doing is helping our team score goals with our passes," Neymar, 22, told reporters after the win at Camp Nou. "Messi is the best, he thinks faster than everyone else [in football]. Overall, the team ...
70th European goal for Cristiano Ronaldo. Yet he's third in the Champions League minutes per goal to Lionel Messi and Klass Jan Huntelaar.
"Luiz Adriano joins Lionel Messi as the only players to score five goals in a Champions League game." // and Mario Gomez??
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi can both break Raul’s all-time Champions League goal record.
SPORTS UPDATE WITH EMMAH ATAI: TOMORROW’S Premier League FIXTURES; 17:00 Hull City-Crystal Palace 17:00 Leicester-Burnley 17:00 Liverpool-West Brom 17:00 Sunderland-Stoke City 17:00 Swansea-Newcastle Utd 19:30 Aston Villa-Manchester City Barcelona and Argentina star Lionel Messi is to face trial for alleged tax evasion, a Spanish judge has ruled. The judge rejected a prosecution recommendation to drop the charges on the grounds the player's father was responsible for his finances. Messi and his father Jorge are accused of defrauding the authorities of more than 4m euros (£3.1m; $5m). The pair, who deny wrongdoing, have five days to appeal against the ruling. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said his team are in a period of "transition" and will face more "pain" before they start to turn the corner. Last year's runners-up have won only two of their first six Premier League matches and lost 1-0 to Basel in the Champions League on Wednesday. TENNIS: Andy Murray reached the semi-finals of the China Open w ...
Messi: Suarez will give us more variety The Argentine ace is looking forward to playing alongside the former Liverpool man and insists Barcelona are duty-bound to reach the Champions League final Sep 25, 2014 23:14:46 Barcelona star Lionel Messi says his side will become stronger and more difficult to predict when Luis Suarez returns from his ban. The Uruguay striker, who scored twice for the B team in a friendly this week, will not be able to make his competitive debut for the club until the weekend of October 25 due to his suspension following his World Cup bite. Barca dropped their first points of the new campaign against Malaga on Wednesday, drawing 0-0 and failing to register a shot on target in an uninspiring display, and Messi believes Suarez will bring a new dimension to their attacking play. "It's special that he chose to come here [from Liverpool]," he told Fox Sports Magazine. "We will be stronger as a team with him. We will have a lot more variety." Messi, who is one goal short of his 400th fo ...
Kroos exposed: Real Madrid will suffer without midfield protection – By Carlo Garganese COMMENT: The German has been exposed in a number of games for club and country this season and needs the right conditions if he is to demonstrate his class When Real Madrid paid Bayern Munich an undisclosed fee in the region of €25-30 million for the services of Toni Kroos, the transfer was almost unanimously hailed as one of the best deals of the summer. And understandably so. After all, in an inflated market which saw unproven upstarts like Luke Shaw, Ander Herrera and Eliaquim Mangala move for much bigger prices, Kroos represented outstanding value – regardless of the fact he had just 12 months to run on his Bayern contract. This is a player who was instrumental in Germany’s World Cup success and by the age of 24 has already won over 50 caps, as well as 12 club trophies with Bayern – including three Bundesliga crowns and the Champions League. "Congratulations, you have signed the Best Player from the Worl ...
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Ronaldo leads Uefa Best Player in Europe nominees as Messi is snubbed The 10-man shortlist has been reduced to three, with the Ballon d'Or holder set to battle it out with Bayern Munich duo Arjen Robben and Manuel Neuer for the prize Manuel Neuer, Arjen Robben and Cristiano Ronaldo have been named as the final three nominees for the Uefa Best Player in Europe award. The trio were named as part of an initial 10-man shortlist announced in July, which included Angel Di Maria, Diego Costa, Luis Suarez, Lionel Messi, Philipp Lahm, James Rodriguez and Thomas Muller. Current Ballon d'Or holder Ronaldo has now been voted into the final three, along with Bayern Munich's star winger Robben and goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, who added the World Cup to his Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal successes last season, but Barcelona's Argentine star could only finish fifth in the voting. The winner will be announced on August 28 in Monaco during the group-stage draw for the Champions League. The Uefa Best Player prize began in 2011 under ...
TOP 10 HIGHEST PAID FOOTBALLERS Last updated on April 11, 2014 According to recent reports, Lionel Messi is set to sign a new long-term contract with Barcelona, which is said to be worth an estimated £37m per year. A deal that will make him the world’s best paid footballer. So with this in mind, we have put together a list of the top 10 highest paid footballers, based on their net income. So let the list begin: 10. Neymar – Barcelona – £5.8 million-a-year Despite the saga surrounding the transfer of Brazilian Wonderkid, Naymar, the 21-year old still completed his move from Santos to Barcelona. Although the exact salary that Neymar receives from Barcelona is still being investigated by Spanish authorities, you can rest assured, it will be a luxurious one. 9. Didier Drogba – Galatasaray – £6.38m-a-year Shortly after tasting Champions League glory with Chelsea, Drogba made the surprise switch the Turkish giants, via an ill-advised transfer to the Super Lig. Despite taking a wage-cut, Drogba stil ...
MAVHARIVHARI (Rumours) & INTERNATIONAL UPDATES - Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu claims Luis Suarez turned down more lucrative offers in favour of joining the Spanish giants. - Fifa president Sepp Blatter has welcomed the likelihood of Canada bidding to host the World Cup in 2026. - Lionel Messi has made it clear that he is excited by the new challenges at Barcelona this season under Luis Enrique. - Manchester United want to buy Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado, 26, from Fiorentina but fear the Italian club may raise the asking price beyond United's offer of £29m. - Arturo Vidal has helped Juventus to three straight Serie A titles The Old Trafford club's interest in Juventus' Arturo Vidal, 27, may wane over concerns over the Chilean midfielder's knee problems. - England goalkeeper Fraser Forster, 26, will leave Celtic for Southampton in an £8m move if the Scottish side fail to overturn their 4-1 deficit to Legia Warsaw and are knocked out of the Champions League on Wednesday. - Arsenal are prepar ...
Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi; great players to win the Champions League, here are some players that werent so good
Roma have signed Argentine midfielder Juan Iturbe from Verona for £17.4m. Iturbe, 21, also linked with Juventus and AC Milan, scored eight goals in 33 games for Verona last season and has been compared to a young Lionel Messi. He has signed a five-year deal and the fee could rise by a further £2m depending on performances. Roma, who will play in the Champions League this season, have already signed former Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole, Urby Emanuelson and Seydou Keita.
Shame that four-time Balon d'Or and three-time Champions League winner Lionel Messi never really did it at the highest level.
If anyone knows how to stop Argentina maestro Lionel Messi, it may just be Iran coach Carlos Queiroz. He has been credited with devising the tactics and defensive system that shut down Messi in both legs of the 2008 Champions League semifinals while Queiroz was assistant manager at Manchester United, which beat Barcelona 1-0 on aggregate. Many have described Queiroz's strategy as a master class, with United stifling Messi by denying him space to get a good first touch. Now, Queiroz will attempt the same feat when Iran takes on Argentina in Group F on Saturday. "We will try to do it," Queiroz said. "But Messi is surrounded by different players now. They know each other well." Queiroz has already proven at this World Cup that he can put out a solid defensive unit, holding Nigeria to a 0-0 draw in Iran's first group match. But it will be a very different proposal against an Argentina side that also has other star players like Sergio Aguero and Gonzalo Higuain. Queiroz said the key is for his team to play wit ...
TEN REASONS WHY WE LOVED THIS World Cup SO FAR…. • The first round matches so far have yielded 44 goals, significantly more than four years ago • Teams have thrown caution to the wind with attacking football • England have offered cause for optimism, especially the performances of Raheem Sterling and Daniel Sturridge • Defending champions Spain were humbled by Holland • Lionel Messi has already dazzled in Argentina's win over Bosnia THE GOALS Let’s start with the obvious. The entire first round of games in South Africa 2010 brought 25 goals; so far in Brazil, with two matches still to go (writing prior to South Korea v Belgium), we’ve had 44. It has been such a spell-binding opening round of fixtures that the one truly dreadful game, Iran v Nigeria, stood out a country mile. Arsene Wenger can proclaim that quality to be below that of the Champions League – and he’s right – but this is football at its purest: teams on the attack, trying to win the game. If you’re of a certain age, y ...
Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo has been named the world's most marketable footballer. The 29-year-old Portuguese forward may have missed out on La Liga title but, after ending the season by winning the Champions League, Ronaldo can look forward to the World Cup knowing he is the most liked player on the planet. It is based on marketing research that involved a global study looking at measured perceptions of over 6,500 people in 13 countries. The index used measured the public perception of eight different attributes of the players including appeal and influence on modern society. Almost 84 per cent of people surveyed had heard of Ronaldo with 72 per cent revealing they 'liked' the former Manchester United star. Lionel Messi was second ahead of his Barcelona team-mate Gerard Pique whose global presence has risen thanks to his relationship with singer Shakira. Fernando Torres may have struggled for form since his move to Chelsea, but being well known in markets like China has contributed to the strik ...
Every footballing era is defined by its best attacking talent. In the early 1980s it was Zico, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Michel Platini. In the second half of the decade, it was all about Diego Maradona, Ruud Gullit and Marco van Basten. At the start of the 90s, Roberto Baggio and Romario were the biggest superstars, before being replaced by first Zinedine Zidane and Ronaldo, and then Ronaldinho and Kaka. Since 2008, football has been symbolised almost entirely by two men - Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. They have shared the last six Ballons d'Or between them and this term was the seventh in a row that one of the pair finished top-scorer in a Champions League season. The top end of the game has never been dominated by two men for so long. This fact is as much a damning indictment of a low-quality footballing era that lacks depth, competition and in particular top-class defenders as it is an acknowledgment of the brilliance of the Clasico duo. But what is undeniable is that the time has come where the ...
1.Which football player broke the record for the most goals in a European Cup or Champions League season in April 2014?. The Portuguese forward’s two goals helped him overtake the previous best of 14 goals in a season registered by Barcelona’s Lionel Messi in 2011-12 and Jose Altafini of AC Milan in 1962-63. A) Luis Suarez B) Lionel Messi C) Cristiano Ronaldo D) Neymar
City rivals Atletico and Real Madrid meet in Lisbon on Saturday, in the first Champions League final ever to be contested between teams from the same city. Real are looking to end 12 years of European pain, while an Atletico win would give them their first ever Champions League title. As anticipation builds ahead of the showpiece event, we take a look back at ten of the best finals of the Champions League era. 10) Barca at their peak Barcelona 3-1 Manchester United (2011) Three years ago, Barcelona were at the peak of their powers under Pep Guardiola. A Lionel Messi inspired side eased to a win in the 2011 final at Wembley, with goals from Pedro, Lionel Messi and David Villa giving the Catalan side a 3-1 win. 9) “That” Ajax side Ajax 1-0 Milan (1995) The culmination of the famous Ajax side of the early 90s saw the Dutch team win the 1995 Champions League, thanks to a late Patrick Kluivert goal, before losing the 1996 final on penalties. Academy products Edgar Davids, Clarence Seedorf Frank Rijkaard an ...
Cristiano Ronaldo believes he has become a better player since joining Real Madrid from Manchester United in 2009 and has thrived on the obsession the La Liga club have with winning a 10th European title. Real play city rivals Atletico Madrid in the Champions League final on May 24 and are one step away from the record-extending continental crown that has eluded them since they last won Europe's elite club competition exactly 12 years ago, on May 15, 2002. Ronaldo, 29, is the top scorer in this season's competition with a record 16 goals, two more than the previous best set by Barcelona forward Lionel Messi and former AC Milan striker Jose Altafini. "I've changed for the better, of course," Ronaldo said on Real's website on Thursday (www.realmadrid.com). "I won the Champions league with Manchester United and now this is my fifth season with Real Madrid," added the Portugal captain, a European champion with the English Premier League club in 2008. "I've always dreamed of winning this competition with this ...
WHO WINS La Liga? Believe me, I had routed for Athletico Madrid for more than half the season, willing them to finally break the duopoly called the Spanish League. I had stood behind Diego Simeone all the while, wishing the Argentine to announce the arrival of the fresh and younger managers that will rattle the modern day coaching arena dominated by the likes of Jose Mourinho, Pep Guardiola, Roberto Martinez and others, who are threatening to force out the older guard in Arsene Wenger, Louis Van Gaal, Carlo Ancelotti and the likes. But I hadn’t counted with Barcelona not winning any other trophy. Now, I’m faced with the dilemma of seeing Athletico win deservedly and seeing Lionel Messi go trophyless in a World Cup season! Messi is just too big a player to go trophyless in any season. So, if I am given the opportunity, I’d give Barca the La Liga trophy, for Messi’s sake, then give the Champions League to Athletico, for Simeone’s sake. However, may the best side get their reward.
FT : Bayern Munich 0 - 4 Real Madrid C.F. ( Sergio Ramos 12" , 20" | Cristiano Ronaldo 34" , 90" ) Aggregate : 0 - 5 A CL Final after 12 years for Real Madrid... Thanks to Carlo Ancelotti and Zinedine Zidane Waiting for Chelsea rather than Athletico... Coz there is still one revenge left... Mourinho :P Ancelotti's system has worked flawlessly, with a fantastic defensive performance from the visitors silencing everything that make Bayern such a difficult team to face under normal circumstances. Seems like Pep will leave Bayern soon, Tiki-Taka ain't Bayern's style :D scores 16 CL goals in CL , 2 more than Messi's previous record with two games to go... lol... The last goal from Cristiano is his 67th in the Champions League, equalling the record of Lionel Messi. Given Barcelona's failure to progress to this stage, the Portuguese has the chance to take the lead in the final!
Manchester United are rumoured to be prepared to delve into the transfer market to sign none other than Lionel Messi this summer. The Argentinean magician has not had the best of seasons with his club out of the Champions League in the quarter final stage and losing the Copa Del Rey final to Real Madrid. They now only have the La Liga title to fight for and they are currently sitting in second four points behind leaders Atletico Madrid and many are claiming that Messi’s best form is behind him. With Barcelona’s transfer ban being suspended for the summer, they will be free to buy and sell players. Andres Iniesta has called on the club to keep Messi as he believes he is integral to the club’s future success. "I have no doubts about Messi," Iniesta told El Mundo Deportivo. He continued by saying, "He could not be better anywhere else other than here and Barca will not find another player like him." Even though United don’t yet have a permanent manager, it seems as though the Glazer family who owns t ...
Bayern Munich's sporting director Matthias Sammer has lauded Arjen Robben ahead of Wednesday's Champions League semi-final encounter with Real Madrid and insisted that the Dutch is on equal levels with Ballon d'Or winners Lionel Messi and CristianRead More
Dear Barca fan ra plz.kichu mone korben na apnader niye post korlam ble... Former Barcelona coach Radomir Antic believes that Blaugrana superstar Lionel Messi deliberately stayed away from the action during the 1-0 Champions League defeat against Atletico Madrid due to his frustration at being played as a winger. The Argentina international was heavily criticised after running just 6.8 kilometres as Barca crashed out of Europe and Antic has likened Messi's situation under Gerardo Martino to that of Rivaldo under Louis Van Gaal during the 1999-2000 campaign. Van Gaal insisted on playing the Brazilian on the left wing against his will - despite his preference to be deployed centrally - leading to a strained relationship between the two. "Messi did not do much running because the coach told him to play as a winger. This was Messi's way of saying 'If you want me to play on the wing, I will do just that'," Antic told Goal . "This situation is pretty similar to what happened between Van Gaal and Rivaldo. Van Ga ...
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Barcelona sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta has denied that Lionel Messi is unhappy at the Camp Nou, despite the Blaugrana talisman having cut a sorry figure of late as his side suffered consecutive setbacks in the Champions League and La Liga.
Barcelona coach Gerardo Martino has defended Lionel Messi following sharp criticism of the four-times World Player of the Year's limp performance in Wednesday's Champions League defeat at Atletico Madrid. Read more details here:
In Barcelona’s defeat to Atletico Madrid in Wednesday’s Uefa Champions League encounter at the Vicente Del Calderon, Lionel Messi ran only 6.8 km (4.2 miles) in the match which lasted for around 95 minutes, just over 1.4 km more than Barcelona goalkeeper Jose Manuel Pinto who ran just about 5.4 km, and almost half that of Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke who ran just around 12.2 km. :3
When the dust has settled on Wednesday’s shock Champions League exit at the hands of Atletico Madrid, one question that will be on the lips of many Barcelona fans is: where was Lionel Messi?
Gareth Bale on target for Real Madrid at Real Sociedad. VIDEO: Real Sociedad 0-4 Real Madrid - Gareth Bale SCORES PICK OF GOALS A 35-yard strike from Gareth Bale helped Real Madrid keep pace with La Liga's top two after they won at Real Sociedad. Real Madrid appear to be affected by Borussia Dortmund's bad luck with injuries. VIDEO: Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid AND THE INJURY JINX THAT EVEN REFEREES CAN'T ESCAPE It appears that Real Madrid have been afflicted with Borussia Dortmund's injury curse ahead of their Champions League clash. Gareth Bale's two goals and an assist in the 5-0 drubbing of Rayo Vallecano earned him a spot in this week's lineup. VIDEO: EUROPEAN TEAM OF THE WEEK - Gareth Bale AND KAKA PROVIDE THE CREATIVITY Gareth Bale and Kaka were obvious choices for this week's European world beaters. Who else impressed in the latest round of fixtures? Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo reminded Borussia Dortmund - and Lionel Messi - why he's the world's best. VIDEO: Real Madrid 3-0 Borussia Dortmund ...
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Reality Cech: Why it's now time for Chelsea to bring back Courtois Contrasting performances this week from the Blues' current No.1 and his heir apparent show that Mourinho would be crazy not to start the Atletico Madrid loanee next season If Jose Mourinho was looking for evidence that now is the time to dispense with Petr Cech and recall Thibaut Courtois from his Atletico Madrid loan exile, then the Champions League quarter-finals will have provided plenty. "We had clear chances to make it 2-1, but because of Courtois we’re leaving with a draw," Barcelona defender Marc Bartra told reporters following their quarter-final first-leg against Atletico Madrid. Bartra had just witnessed one of the finest goalkeeping performances in Champions League history as Courtois made save after save to deny Sergio Busquets, Andres Iniesta, Lionel Messi and others. He nearly got a hand to Neymar's equaliser for good measure. Meanwhile, Cech was being beaten at his near post in injury-time as Chelsea fell to a 3-1 defeat . ...
Cristiano Ronaldo has just equaled Lionel Messi as the all-time top scorer in the Champions League's KO stages (31 goals…
14 - Cristiano Ronaldo has scored his 14th Champions League goal of the season, equalling Lionel Messi's record in 2011-12. Su…
Cristiano Ronaldo has equalled Lionel Messi's goals record for a single Champions League season. The Real Madrid forward's strike in Wednesday night's quarter-final first-leg clash with Borussia Dortmund at the Santiago Bernabeu took his tally for the 2013-14 campaign to 14. Ronaldo is now level with Messi, who netted 14 times in 11 games during the 2011-12 tournament. Remarkably, the Portuguese has matched the Barcelona ace's tally in just eight outings this term, averaging a goal every 50.71 minutes. No player has ever scored at such a rate in Europe's premier club cup competition. Messi's average during his record-breaking 2011-12 season was a goal every 70.71 minutes, while Ruud Van Nistelrooy was even more prolific during Manchester United's run to the quarter- finals in 2003. The Dutchman netted 12 times in total, giving him an average of a goal every 57 minutes. Given Ronaldo is scoring at an even better rate, and the fact that the injury that forced him off against Dortmund at the Bernabeu does no ...
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Diego Costa sparked Atletico Madrid's exhilarating 2-1 comeback at Athletic Bilbao on Saturday, while Lionel Messi converted a late penalty to keep Barcelona one point behind the Spanish league leaders with a contentious 1-0 win at Espanyol. A tireless Diego Costa's 25th goal in the league this season canceled out Iker Muniain's opener, and Koke "Jorge" Resurreccion followed with a 55th-minute header to keep Atletico on course in its search for its first league title since 1996. Messi made sure Barcelona stayed right behind Atletico with seven games left by slotting in a spot kick for his 23rd league goal in the 77th when Espanyol defender Javi Lopez handled in the area. Real Madrid plays Rayo Vallecano later trailing Atletico by six points. Barcelona hosts Atletico on Tuesday in the Champions League quarterfinals, a preview of their meeting in the last round of the Spanish league season. Diego Costa was a nightmare for Bilbao's defense all night, and could have had at least one ...
Bayern Munich PATH TO THE QUARTERS Last opponents: Arsenal Next opponents: Man Utd There has seldom been a more dominant football team in recent years than this current Bayern Munich outfit. Pep Guardiola has seemingly built upon perfection since replacing the all-conquering Jupp Heynckes last summer, leaving many suggesting a back-to-back Champions League triumph is something of an inevitability. They remain a united machine of a team, with no stand-out stars taking the attention away from what is a model outfit. If anything, they have become only more impressive as a squad, with Guardiola regularly rotating his panel and Bavarians' fortunes improving as a result. They are now 50 games unbeaten in the Bundesliga and on course for another magnificent treble. Bayern were the one team nobody wanted in Friday's draw and their pairing with an under-achieving Manchester United side means that their status as favourites has only strengthened. Real Madrid PATH TO THE QUARTERS Last opponents: Schalke Next opponen ...
Lionel Messi and the Infernal Carousel- by Ato Quayson "After their defeat to FC Barcelona in the final of the 2009 Uefa Champions League played in Rome, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson referred to Barcelona’s style of play as an infernal carousel of passing, and passing, and passing. The formula was replicated to great effect again in the 2011 final between the two teams played at Wembley, which Barcelona won again 2-1. What Sir Alex referred to as the infernal carousel is also known as Total Football and is based on the soccer training method perfected by the Dutch Wiel Coerver and first dazzlingly displayed to the world by Holland at the 1974 World Cup. Coerver was himself nothing short of a scientific genius: he closely analyzed film footage of some of the Best Players of his time including Pele and concluded that far from their talents being innate, all their skills could be carefully systematically inculcated into players starting from a young age. This insight and the method he de ...
Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta 4,Real Madrid 3! Thank you,fine magicians for a night i will always remember! Now go,get your hands around the Champions League one more time! And Messi,can double that by getting his around the World Cup too! viva Barcelona and Argentina!
NEWS: Record-Breaker, Messi Stars in Barca Victory Barcelona returned to winning ways in La Liga with a 7-0 demolition of Osasuna at Camp Nou on Sunday. Gerardo Martino's men had bounced back from last weekend's shock defeat at Real Valladolid with a Uefa Champions League win over Manchester City on Wednesday. And the reigning Spanish champions also put their league assault back on track with Lionel Messi the central figure in a comprehensive win. The Argentinian's hat-trick saw him move ahead of Paulino Alcantara to become Barcelona's all-time leading goalscorer, with the latter's record of 369 having included goals in friendlies. Alexis Sanchez, Andres Iniesta, Cristian Tello and Pedro were also on target as Barca moved back to within four points of leaders Real Madrid ahead of next weekend's Clasico at the Bernabeu.
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Top 10 Greatest Soccer Players of All Time . Lionel Messi The first in the list is Lionel Messi who is a argentine footballer born on 24 June 1987. He plays for La Liga club, Argentina national team and FC Barcelona as a forward. He is the captain of the national team. most of the commentators, players and soccer guru considers him as best strikerin history of the game. Messi is the only player to top-scorer in four consecutive Champions League campaigns. Messi is the first football player in history to win four FIFA/Ballons d’Or, all of which he won consecutively. Youngest Player to Score 200 La Liga goals, and all time fifth goal scorer in the competition. andmost consecutive goals in La Liga. all time goals scorer for Barcelona, in all official club competitions. Currently the Highest Paid Soccer Player in the World. he is only 26 years old, but he has achieved what others can just think about. keeping in mind his career records, nobody can d0ubt that he is the finest soccer player of all time . . ...
Lionel Messi says Barcelona were back to their best on Wednesday night as they beat Manchester City 2-1 to qualify for the Champions League quarter-finals. Messi was in fine form throughout the game and opened the scoring in the first-half as the Catalan giants defeated Manuel Pellegrini's side in Camp Nou, winning 4-1 on aggregate. Despite reaching the last-eight of club football's most prestigious competition, the Blaugrana have come under a lot of criticism as they have slipped four points behind league leaders Real Madrid in La Liga. Speaking after the game, Messi said Barca deserved the victory against the Premier League club and feels his side's performance was of the level people have come to expect of them in recent years. "We defeated a very difficult rival," he told Canal+. "After two very serious slip-ups [in the league] when we didn’t play well, today we saw the Barcelona that people expect to see. “We played well throughout and achieved our objective of getting through. “Despite their g ...
Lionel Messi in the Champions League this season
“This is how a crisis looks at the Nou Camp; a stepover from Neymar, a feint from Andrés Iniesta and, that most delicious sight of all, a bewitching dink from Lionel Messi to lift the crowd off their feet and put Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals. If this is the end of a glorious era in Catalonia, it comes with silver linings galore”. Matt Dickenson in The Times
Lionel Messi scored Barcelona's only goal in their second-leg win over Manchester City, leading his side to a spot in the Champions League quarterfinal.
Champions League: Barcelona edge 10-man Manchester City to march into quarters: Lionel Messi and Dani Alves bo...
Add another record to the ever-growing list of achievements for Lionel Messi . The Barcelona superstar scored his 67th career Champions League goal in the 67th minute of Wednesday's ...
Lionel Messi and Dani Alves score as Barcelona defeat Manchester City 2-1 in Spain to win 4-1 on aggregate in the Champions League.
Manchester City out as Lionel Messi and Dani Alves guide Barcelona home - Goals by Lionel Messi and Dani Alves killed off Manchester City's doomed attempt to come back from a two-goal Champions League deficit -
Barcelona beat a determined Manchester City through goals from Lionel Messi and Daniel Alves in the second-leg of the Round of 16 in the Champions League.
Goals from Lionel Messi and Dani Alves secured 2-1 win for Barcelona over Manchester City in their Uefa Champions League clash at the Nou Camp.
Lionel Messi n Dani Alves' goal earned Barcelona a win over Manchester City that takes them into the Champions League last eight.after 4-1 win on Aggregrate at Camp Nou in Barcelona,spain
Lionel Messi surpasses Raul as top scorer for a single club in Champions League!
Lionel Messi scores in 2-1 victory over Manchester City. FC Barcelona advances to Champions League quarterfinals.
Cristiano Ronaldo tops Messi, succeeds Beckham as world’s richest footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has often been taunted by anti-supporters for coming second only to Lionel Messi during the past four or five years. However, this trend is starting to change. In January, the Portuguese superstar dethroned four-time FIFA Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi. This huge achievement was preceded with triumphs in other prestigious accolades such as the World Soccer Player of the Year and FourFourTwo Player of the Year awards. In the Uefa Champions League and La Liga this season, the Real Madrid number 7 icon has scored more goals than anyone else as Los Blancos are on fire. On Monday, popular football website Goal.com released their Rich List – with net worth information compiled by experts – and declared Cristiano Ronaldo as world football’s richest active player. Retired footballer David Beckham was the 2013 Goal Rich List winner. Interestingly, Gareth Bale, Mesut Özil, Franck Ribery and a host of other sta ...
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David Moyes and Manchester United remain bullish for Olympiakos tie • Manager believes United can win Champions League • Wayne Rooney says strikeforce is working hard in training From David Moyes and his Manchester United players the message is clear: no one is giving up on the Champions League. Wayne Rooney, Darren Fletcher and Nemanja Vidic all echo the manager's bullishness that a fourth European Cup is not beyond United despite the side standing sixth in the Premier League, 11 points from qualifying for next season's contest. To tout themselves as able to win a tournament that includes the holders, Bayern Munich, who are more formidable this year, and the gilded Barcelona team of Lionel Messi, Xavi and Neymar, sounds fantastical. Yet this is a cup competition and Moyes spoke at the weekend of "doing a Liverpool", who triumphed nine years ago as underdogs, while Chelsea in 2012 also somehow pulled off the trick of lifting the trophy when deeply unfancied. United's quest continues in the last 16 at ...
Italy and AC Milan star Mario Balotelli's penchant for long-range goals earns him a place in our weekly stats review In FIFA.com’s latest stats review, the Uefa Champions League goalscoring feats of Messrs Ibrahimovic and Messi feature alongside a record score for Auckland City, two star substitutes in Germany and another long-range blockbuster from Mario Balotelli. 338 Barcelona goals is the tally to which Lionel Messi climbed over the past week, earning himself another record in the process. Telmo Zarra’s 335 goals for Athletic Bilbao – which had established this legendary figure for decades as the player with most goals for a single Spanish club – was the benchmark eclipsed by Messi’s double against Rayo Vallecano on Saturday. The Argentina star also moved past Alfredo Di Stefano’s La Liga tally the same day, joining Raul in joint-Third Place in the all-time standings with 228. And Messi continued in the same vein last night, scoring the opener in Barça’s 2-0 win at Manchester City to eq ...
Champions League goal tallies Messi and Ronaldo who is the bast Ronaldo is on 59 goals in 96 games Messi is on 65 goals in 82 games Champions League goal tallies Raul 71 Lionel Messi 65 Cristiano Ronaldo 59 Ruud Van Nistelrooy 56 Thierry Henry 50 Alfredo Di Stefano 49 Andriy Shevchenko 48 Eusebio 46 Filippo Inzaghi 46 Didier Drogba 42
My thoughts! The excuses came thick and fast from Manuel Pellegrini and yet there are 100 reasons or more why Barcelona tore Manchester City apart. Five Barcelona players - on City’s own ground, for goodness sake - had more than 100 touches on the ball. They were: Xavi (144), Cesc Fabregas (123), Andres Iniesta (110), Sergio Busquets (108) and Lionel Messi (103). Compare that, like for like with the £200m super team that is Manchester City and it is embarrassing. Yaya Toure (72), David Silva (62), Fernandinho (40), Alvaro Negredo (32) and Jesus Navas (28). When will we ever learn? Not now. Maybe never. Until English football learns that Barcelona and Bayern Munich have turned passing into an art form, their teams will find it tough to succeed in the Champions League. Yes, it is possible to nick the occasional result and stiff a team of Barcelona’s class on the break from time to time. But it's not possible every time to pull the plan off perfectly. At this time three weeks ago, it was easy to get car ...
FC Barcelona beat 10-man Manchester City in Champions League, Lionel Messi ... - Financial Express
Lionel Messi and Dani Alves capitalised on the sending off of Martin Demichelis as Barcelona left Manchester City's Champions League hopes in tatters at the Etihad Stadium.
News: Football: Barcelona and Paris St Germain scored impressive away wins in the Champions League knockout phase. Barca took control of their tie against Manchester City with a 2-0 win, thanks to Lionel Messi's penalty and a late goal from Dani Alves. The spot kick was awarded when Messi was tripped by Martin Demichelis, and the defender got a straight red. That happened j t ten minutes into the second half. Bayer Leverk en were no match for PSG. The French champs won 4-0 with Zlatan Ibrahimovic scoring twice.
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Manchester City VS BARCELONA Does it get any bigger than Manchester City playing Barcelona? Arguably, it does. However, there is no better way to open the Champions League in the New Year than a fixture like this. For fans of the Blue half of Manchester there is nothing more like four-time Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi coming up against the Manchester Blue machines in their very own Etihad Stadium. It’s no longer a secret that Manchester City draws her aspiration and philosophy from Barcelona. So for pundits and Manchester City watchers, this match is a test of how far the City has come in emulating Barcelona. The attacking mode of the teams and the array of talents on show are the force of attraction for neutrals and lovers of the beautiful game. Both sides have met six times all in non-competitive friendly matches with Tuesday night been their first ever competitive pairing. Despite the clubs being strangers on the pitch, both sides share connections likened to the relationship between a student a ...
Mourinho wants Celtic Date: 15th February 2014 at 10:21 am Written by: Joe McHugh | Comments (4) Celtic fans newsJose Mourinho would love to see Celtic playing in the Premiership. The Chelsea boss has won titles in England, Italy, Portugal and Spain but knows that few clubs have the magic of Celtic. With the second biggest ground in Britain Celtic are ideally placed to add to the ‘Premiership brand’ a unique combination of history, passion and drama. Stars such as Lionel Messi, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Clarence Seedorf have gone on record with their admiration of all things Celtic with the Chelsea boss in no doubt that the hoops would bring a new dimension to the Premiership. “Ive thought a few times over the years about Celtic moving down to England,” he told The Sun. “When I have been in England I have asked my colleagues why Celtic are not playing in the Premier League. They are a big club, with a big support and a famous history. “They had a strong run last season in the Champions League, bu ...
Sometimes, all you need is 3G... God, Grace and Gratitude... Read on ¤ Fernando Torres is the only player to have won the FA Cup, Champions League, Europa Cup, European Cup, World Cup yet he only emerge top goalscorer on one occasion. ¤ David Seaman, England best goal-keeper never won a Champions League but Victor Valdes has won it 3 times. ¤ C. Ronaldo has not won the Olympics but Nwakwo Kanu has. In 2011, Lionel Messi won his 2nd Ballon d'or in spite of not winning any cup whereas Wesley Sneijder won the UCL, Seria A and Coppa Italia with Inter Milan that same season. ¤ Steven Gerrard has been playing for Liverpool for almost two decades, and hasn't won the EPL title meanwhile David De Gea was born and has won it himself at Man Utd. ¤ Emmanuel Amunike scored 3 goals in 2 World Cup games whereas Lionel Messi has recorded only a goal in 8games. It's all by God's grace and mercy. Ask Him for anything positive and of good virtue, and He surely won't let you down. Although the only place where comes be ...
Though long with 18 points, a pure Madridista will enjoy reading every lines. Well almost, 2013 has come to a complete end. Personally,these are some of the moments that mocked ,surpised , took away my breathe, and this has all been done either by one individual, my idol Cristiano Ronaldo ,and some moments to remember of Real Madrid, sad but true. 1. Ronaldo still smiled to regain 2nd in the Ballon Dor Award ceremony behind Lionel Messi, who grabbed up the award for 4 times in a row. 2. Iker Casillas injury during trainning took away tears of all the fans, and every one was eagerly waiting for whom, Jose Mourinho will overtake his place to berth against Manchester United in CL. 3. Ronaldo scored his first own goal of the carrier against Granada, I could never forget that match. 4.Ronaldo scored the awesome header against Manchester United in Saintiago Bernabeu,to tie up the score 1-1,before winning away on Old Trafford 2-1, scoring the winner to eliminate his former club out of Champions League. 5. Cristi ...
Manuel Pellegrini, Manchester City manager I think it is a beautiful game. Two very good teams, we will see in February which arrives in the better moment. All 16 teams left are the best teams in Europe – Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atlético are the same for me, Dortmund and Paris as well. It is not only about those players [Lionel Messi and Sergio Agüero]. The two teams have top players, we will see who will play better in this round of the Champions League, but that is in February. We must first worry about this week and Saturday. I think Barcelona will be very concerned that they have drawn us. They are not the team of two years ago. All teams in the Champions League are exactly the same. If you want to win something important, you must beat important teams. The Bayern München result has given us a lot of confidence. We are improving every day and we must continue to improve.
TOP 10 HIGHEST PAID FOOTBALLERS Posted on April 19, 2013 in Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham, Football Boots, Football News, Lionel Messi, Ronaldinho, Thierry Henry, Wayne Rooney A year characterised by more stringent spending (by even the world’s most affluent clubs), unexpected transfers and a sponsorship hangover from the titanic London 2012 Olympics and Euro 2012 tournaments, we weren’t sure what to expect from the the list of the world’s highest-paid footballers in 2012-2013. As it happens, it’s a mix of big returns, a big debut and some seriously big money making it’s way into the deals of the three biggest players on the planet. Read on to see who made the cut… 10. Didier Drogba (Galatasary / Ivory Coast) £11.6m Didier Drogba with his SUnset Nike Mercurial Vapor IX for ACoN 2013 We’ve got unashamed amounts of love for ‘The Drog’, and we’re pleased as punch to see him crack the top ten for the first time in has carrer. A big money move to China saw the Champions League winner c ...
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INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL HEADLINES ***Southampton forward Jay Rodriguez is in line to make his England debut after Danny Welbeck and Michael Carrick were ruled out of friendlies against Chile and Germany. (Sky Sports) ***Ajax have been fined €25,000(£21,000) by UEFA after fans displayed an offensive banner at their Champions League home game against Celtic. (ESPN) ***Neymar has claimed that Barcelona coach Gerardo Martino has been working on alternative attacking options in case Lionel Messi got injured. (ESPN) ***Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has upset the entire West Brom dressing room by calling them a “Mickey Mouse” club. The Baggies were seconds away from becoming the first ever side to win a Premier League game at Stamford Bridge against Mourinho’s Chelsea. (Daily Mirror) ***Barcelona attacker Neymar can fill the huge void left by the injured Lionel Messi, according to team-mate Dani Alves. ***Lazio and Germany striker Miroslav Klose has been ruled out for at least three weeks due to a dislocate ...
Injured Barcelona star Lionel Messi ruled out of Champions League clash with ... - Scottish Daily Record
Lionel Messi will miss up to 10 games due to injury (5 Liga, 2 Champions League, 3 Copa Del Rey). He could return...
My star and world 4 times award player Lionel Messi is out for six weeks to 8 weeks because he was injury in Barcelona win 4-1 against Real Betis after he suffers injured the femoral biceps in his left leg and Messi has a torn hamstring muscle in his left thigh and is expected to miss the next six to eight weeks and he will miss is set to miss their remaining two group games against Ajax and Celtic. and he have scored Messi has scored 14 goals in as many games for Barcelona so far this season and also in champions league Messi, who scored twice for Barcelona in their Champions League win over AC Milan Unlike · · Promote · Share
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EL CLASICO Barcelona talisman Lionel Messi looks almost certain to start against Real Madrid at the Nou Camp after recovering from a thigh injury. Messi missed the wins against Celtic and Valladolid, but started Tuesday's Champions League draw at AC Milan. Real forward Gareth Bale is fit after a thigh injury of his own, while Diego Lopez is likely to start in goal. If you like your football with a continental twist then make sure you don't miss our live text commentary of Saturday's game. Find out what is happening in mainland Europe across the weekend here.
FOOTBALL RIVALRIES I take a look at some of the biggest rivalries in Football! LIVERPOOL VS Man United Head To Head Record-Liverpool Wins(62) Man United Wins(74) Draws(51) It is a massive rivalry since they are two of the most successful teams in England as well as two of the best supported clubs in the world! Facts on this rivalry: Ryan Giggs has played in 43 of these derbies which is a record while the biggest win is Liverpool's 7-1 win back in 1895 when United were known as Newton Heath! BARCELONA VS Real Madrid Barca Wins(105) Real Madrid Wins(94) Draws(50) The rivalry began back in the 15th century when Barca and Madrid(or Catalonia and Castile) battled for power in Spain. On the pitch the first game took place in 1902. Facts: The 2002 Champions League semi-final 'Match Of The Century' was watched by over 500 million people! Lionel Messi has scored 18 el clasico goals - a record he shares with Real legend Alfredo Di Stefano. BOCA JUNIORS VS RIVER PLATE Boca Wins(126) River Plate Wins(109) Draws(107) ...
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 16 braces in the Champions League. Lionel Messi has the all-time record with 17. [via…
Can this Arsenal team right a wrong? By Neil Ashton London – The great Champions League winners are easy to remember. No-one tires of talking about them and they left you wanting more.It felt as though Marcel Desailly, Zvonimir Boban and Paolo Maldini were re-inventing the game when their breathtaking Milan team were tearing Barcelona apart in 1994 at the Olympic Stadium in Athens. More than a decade later it was Barca who took the game to another level when Xavi Hernandez, Andres Iniesta and Lionel Messi lifted the European Cup on three occasions. They are footballing gods. In May, Arjen Robben, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Franck Ribery were added to the list of great names when Bayern Munich beat Borussia Dortmund at Wembley. Which brings us to Arsenal, where praise is being lavished on Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere and Mesut Ozil like never before. They can do no wrong. Arsene Wenger’s side are a joy to watch, setting the pace in the Barclays Premier League and opening their Champions League group wit ...
Willian The Conqueror How good is Chelsea's Brazilian attacking midfielder, Willian? After joining for a lofty £30m in the summer, is the midfielder capable of breaking into the Blues' first eleven and establishing himself as one of the Premier League's Best Players?“By the grace of the Gods, I grace a football pitch. I just want to make the fans happy.” Willian While the Gods part is another article altogether, what’s absolutely certain is that Willian’s playing style is about as graceful as any attacking midfielder in Europe. Chelsea’s Brazilian schemer had long been on the radar of South-West London club after last season’s Uefa Champions League exploits with Shakhtar Donetsk and it’s not hard to see why. Willian was arguably the stand out performer in Europe’s premier club competition - alongside Málaga’s Isco and Barcelona’s Lionel Messi - with his ability to beat the first man, intelligently thread key passes and finishing a striking feature in Shakhtar Donetsk’s comfortable ...
Why Barcelona are favourites to win the Champions League Another season has begun in similar fashion for Barcelona as records tumble and they head the table undefeated after 8 games. They’ve won a trophy already and look set to dominate Spain for another year. A football novice could have predicted Barcelona’s near identical start to last season when they won 7 successive games with a new coach as they are once again among the favourites for the Champions League. Despite losing in the semi-finals for the past two seasons, Barcelona have the quality to ensure they step up to collect the trophy for the fourth time in eight years. In some ways they are a stronger force than last season, most notably with the signing of Neymar, but also with Alexis Sanchez and Cesc Fabregas’ rise in form. There are plenty of reasons to assume that Barcelona can go all the way this season but some potential problems are easy to forecast. Lionel Messi has struggled with injury during 2013 which is an alarming sign for Bar ...
Lionel Messi is the first ever. player to score 4 hat-tricks in the. Champions League.
Moment decision mana yg pling trbaik? Best ever decisions in sports (via Sky Sports): 1. Sir Alex Ferguson's substitutions in the 1999 Uefa Champions League Final. 2. Barcelona deciding to pay the medical fees of an 11-year-old Lionel Messi on the condition that he moved to Spain and signed for the club. 3. Rafa Benitez bringing on midfielder Didi Hamann for defender Steve Finnan in the 2005 Champions League final, helping them fight back to 3-3 before triumphing on penalties. 4. Sir Alex Ferguson deciding to sign Eric Cantona from Leeds United for a bargain £1million. 5. Arsenal appointing Frenchman Arsene Wenger, transforming the team and bringing signings such as Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira.
BARCELONA COULD ONLY SQUEAK OUT A 1-0 WIN VERSUS 10-MEN CELTIC Fàbregas rescues Barça with late header Celtic failed to hold on after Scott Brown was sent off, Fábregas hitting the winning goal A late Cesc Fàbregas goal helped Barcelona gut out a hard-fought 0-1 victory over Celtic in matchday two of the Uefa Champions League at Celtic Park in Glasgow. With Celtic reduced to ten men after a 59th minute Scott Brown red card, Fàbregas scored in the 77th minute to avenge Barcelona's shock 2-1 loss at Parkhead in last year's Champions League. With Lionel Messi out due to injury, Barcelona head coach Gerardo Martino started a front three of Neymar, Cesc Fàbregas and Pedro in his 4-3-3. Behind them in midfield was the usual triumvirate of Xavi, Andres Iniesta and Serio Busquets while Adriano, Gerard Piqué, Marc Bartra and Dani Alves were the back four tasked with protecting goalkeeper Victor Valdés. It was another spectacular environment at Celtic Park as Celtic looked to spring another upset like they ...
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