Cristiano Ronaldo & Primera Division

Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro, OIH, (born 5 February 1985), commonly known as Cristiano Ronaldo, is a Portuguese footballer who plays as a winger or striker for Spanish La Liga club Real Madrid and is the captain of the Portuguese national team. The Primera División is a professional football league in Argentina. It is the country's premier football division and is at the top of the Argentine football league system. 5.0/5

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Cristiano Ronaldo scored a record-breaking 23rd Primera Division hat trick while Real Madrid equalled the Spanish record of 18 successive victories after beating Celta Vigo 3-0 on a memorable night at the Bernabeu. Ronaldo opened the scoring with a controversially- awarded penalty that he won himself in the 36th minute before netting twice more in the second half as he moved onto 200 La Liga goals for Madrid -- the fastest any player has achieved the feat -- having only joined the Spanish giants in 2009. The Portugal superstar's treble saw him go clear of Telmo Zarra and Alfredo di Stefano for the most Primera Division hat-tricks, while also taking him to 23 goals in just 14 league games this season. The victory also saw Madrid move a step closer to another berth in the record books. Having last weekend broken their club record of 16 successive wins, the European champions have now equalled the all-time record by a Spanish team of 18 successive victories, set by Frank Rijkaard's Barcelona side in 2005-06. ...
By Ben Hayward | Spanish Football Writer TheClasicois back. Real Madrid and Barcelona battle it out once again in the famous fixture on Sunday, this time with La Liga at stake and, as usual, their hopes rest respectively upon the shoulders of the world's two finest footballers: Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Cristiano and Leo meet for the 21st time in aClasicoclash since the Portuguese moved to Madrid from Manchester United in 2009 for what promises to be another intriguing installment of the pair's compelling conflict. But which of the two has peformed better in their meetings over the past five seasons? There was little joy for Ronaldo in his first campaign in Spain. The Portuguese returned from injury to face Barcelona at Camp Nou in La Liga, but Manuel Pellegrini's side lost out to a Zlatan Ibrahimovic volley in a tight encounter and Messi netted the opener in the Primera Division clash at the Santiago Bernabeu later in the season as Pep Guardiola's side won 2-0. The teams' next meeting was much ...
Sports Update, Gareth Bale scored his first goal in six weeks as Real Madrid powered their way past Real Betis, recording a resounding 5-0 win to go joint-top of the Primera Division. • Train: Real enjoy a stroll in the sun The Welshman sent a left-footed free-kick into the net midway through the first half after Cristiano Ronaldo had opened the scoring with a thunderous strike from over 30 yards out. Karim Benzema then widened the scoreline even further before the break, taking advantage of a fine move from Luka Modric, and in the second half Angel Di Maria scored his second goal in as many games before substitute Alvaro Morata piled further misery on Liga whipping boys Betis. The Andalusians have taken just one point in six league games under Juan Carlos Garrido, who succeeded Pepe Mel - now in charge at West Bromwich Albion - at the start of December, and speculation has been growing that Betis' directors are planning on changing coach yet again. Betis took all three points against Jose Mourinho's Ma ...
he Argentine took home two awards from the annual LFP gala, while Diego Simeone was named as the best coach for his side's Copa del Rey victory Lionel Messi was named ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo as the best player in La Liga's 2012-13 season at the annual LFP awards, but the Real Madrid forward was voted the most valuable player of the campaign. The Barcelona attacker won the award for the fifth successive year and also took home the prize for top forward, while team-mate Andres Iniesta was voted as the greatest attacking midfielder in the division for the fourth time in five seasons. Confusingly, though Ballon d'Or favourite Ronaldo missed out on the best player tag, he was given the MVP trophy at the fifth edition of the awards, which are held by the Primera Division's governing body. "It is an honour and a privilege to receive this award," the 28-year-old said upon receiving the award. "I have to thank my team-mates and Madrid and all the people behind this award such as my family. I will try to keep fi ...
This week's selection sees three players from both Barcelona and Real Madrid included after the two teams won comfortably at the weekend. Two Atletico stars also make the grade Bet = BarcelonaFCB £11.4 Draw £80 Real SociedadRSO £150 PaddyPower The fifth round of Liga action brought 27 goals (despite three goalless games), with wins for Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico, Osasuna, Valencia and Espanyol. Barca stay top after thrashing Rayo Vallecano 4-0 in Madrid, while Atletico are the only other team in the Primera Division with a perfect record, thanks to their 2-0 win at Valladolid. Real remain in third after downing Getafe 4-1. Hot on the heels of the midweek matches in Round 6 of La Liga, Goal takes a look at the standout performers from the weekend games. In goal, Victor Valdes continued his remarkable recent form with several stunning saves, including a second penalty stop in as many games. At the back, Chica impressed for Betis both in defence and attack as the Seville-based side drew 0-0 with Gra ...
Lionel Messi BIN WORLD FOOTBALL RECORD. Excellent Lionel Messi has become the only player in football history to have netted in 17 consecutive league games following his late strike at Camp Nou on Saturday night Lionel Messi's late strike for Barcelona at home to Deportivo La Coruna on Saturday night saw the Argentine set a new world record for consecutive league goals in the top flight. The goal, Barca's second in the 2-0 win over the Galicians, means Messi has netted in 17 straight Liga games, bettering the previous mark of 16, set by Teodor Peterek. Peterek had scored 22 goals in 16 consecutive league matches in the Polish First Division way back in 1937-38. Messi, who recently surpassed 200 goals in La Liga, now has 40 in the Primera Division this term, a total which would have been enough to win the Pichichi prize for the top scorer in every single season except the last one - which he himself claimed. Cristiano Ronaldo previously held the record for scoring in consecutive games in La Liga with 10, a ...
Real Madrid turns table on Barcelona (Submitted by Sports Journalist) Real Madrid’s 2-1 Primera Division defeat of Barcelona on Saturday confirmed that Jose Mourinho’s team is now dominant over their Catalan rivals, and that Cristiano Ronaldo has gained the upper hand in his personal rivalry with Lionel Messi. Ronaldo only had to play half an hour at a sunny Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, but that was enough to inspire Madrid to a second crushing victory over Barcelona in a week, following Tuesday’s 3-1 Copa del Rey win. Messi played the full 90, and scored in the first half, but by the end had faded completely from the game, just as he had earlier in the week. The Portuguese’s performance typified his side’s drive and confidence ahead of its Champions League last 16 game at Manchester United on Tuesday; the Argentine’s disappearing act showed Barca are in deep, deep trouble ahead of its European challenge against Milan. On the other hand, Madrid assistant coach Aitor Karanka told reporters afterw ...
Real Madrid's 4-1 Primera Division stroll over a disappointing Sevilla at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu featured yet another Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick. However, the result did little to clear up some lingering doubts elsewhere in Jose Mourinho's side ahead of Wednesday's Champions League last-16 first leg tie against Manchester United. Madrid's first goal from Karim Benzema was rather fortunate, their second from Ronaldo was an absolute screamer and then Sevilla pretty much folded. With the visitors offering little in attack - and gaping holes in defence - the former Old Trafford hero gleefully added two more on the break after half-time, completing his 20th treble since he left England. Mourinho would presumably have preferred a stiffer test to help him judge form and condition of some players ahead of United's visit. With Barcelona clear in La Liga, both his matchday squad and team were both chosen with more than half an eye on Wednesday. Xabi Alonso and Raphael Varane were not risked due to their ong ...
Cristiano Ronaldo says he is planning to see out his current contract at Real Madrid but cannot say what will happen when that deal ends in June 2015. Ronaldo's future has been the subject of debate since he spoke of his "sadness" at the start of September ENDJose relishing United showdown Persistent speculation in the Spanish media has claimed Ronaldo was either looking for a significant pay rise to €15 million a year or could be set for a summer move to big spending Paris Saint-Germain. However, in an interview published on Monday on FIFA.com, the Portugal international said he was set on fulfilling the deal he agreed when joining Madrid in 2009. "I want to see out my contract at Real Madrid,” Ronaldo said. “I am very clear about that. After that, well, I do not know what will happen in the future." Ronaldo missed his side’s game at Osasuna on Saturday through suspension as Madrid were held to a 0-0 draw - a result that leaves Madrid 18 points adrift of Primera Division leaders Barcelona at the ...
Lionel Messi celebrated his fourth successive Ballon d'Or award by once again inspiring Barcelona to a victory 3-1 at Malaga. Messi won his record-breaking FIFA honour on Monday, taking the honour ahead of Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo, and continued his magnificent scoring run by breaking the deadlock tonight in the 27th minute. Tomas: Record Barca become best ever winter champions The Argentinian then teed up Cesc Fabregas to put Barcelona two goals to the good after the interval before substitute Thiago made the game safe late on - despite Diego Buonanotte grabbing a consolation in the final minute. It was ultimately a comfortable evening for the Primera Division leaders, who are 11 points clear of closest challengers Atletico Madrid. Malaga upset Real Madrid last month at La Rosaleda and although they were started well tonight, they never recovered from Messi's opener. The 25-year-old had the first opportunity of the match when Weligton failed to cut out Andres Iniesta's pass and a goal appeared ine ...
Champions League DRAW Real Madrid to face Manchester United, Barcelona to take on AC Milan - the Champions League last 16 draw in full The English league leaders meet the Spanish champions, while the 2011 winners once more lock horns with the San Siro outfit Dec 20, 2012 10:45:00 AM More On : Arsenal FC, Borussia Dortmund, Celtic, FC Barcelona, The draw for the round of 16 of the Champions League took place in Nyon, Switzerland on Thursday, and some enticing ties await in the first knockout stage. Primera Division champions Real Madrid have been paired with Manchester United as Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Old Trafford Furthermore, 2011 winners Barcelona will have to deal with Italian giants AC Milan in what promises to be yet another mouthwatering tie. Last season's finalists Bayern Munich take on Arsene Wenger's Arsenal as they aim to make it to their third final in four years. Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain have been pitted against Valencia, whereas 2004 winners Porto lock horns with Malaga. Serie A ...
The Portuguese blamed his players' attitude after defeat at Celta Vigo on Wednesday, his side's sixth of the season, but has cited many factors during his time at the Spanish side Jose Mourinho is under pressure. The Portuguese saw his side lose their sixth match of the season on Wednesday night, as they went down 2-1 in the Copa del Rey, and it would have been worse had Cristiano Ronaldo not struck a late goal which makes Madrid favourites to progress to the last eight. Mourinho's Madrid have now lost as many times this term as in his debut season at the Santiago Bernabeu (six), and last night's defeat means his team have now been beaten in all four competitions in 2012-13 (Liga, Champions League, Spanish Supercopa and Copa del Rey). The Supercopa was claimed after beating Barca in the second leg, but the champions are 11 points adrift of the Catalans in the Primera Division and looked second best in both games against Borussia Dortmund (a loss and a draw) in the Champions League, having to settle for th ...
Cristiano Ronaldo drew a rare blank but Real Madrid still enjoyed a comprehensive 5-1 win over Athletic Bilbao in the Primera Division on Saturday night. It was unclear whether Real’s first goal came from Karim Benzema or an own goal … Continue reading →
Cristiano Ronaldo is fully committed to Real Madrid and will return from his eye injury in Saturday evening's Primera Division clash with Athletic Bilbao, according to Madrid assistant coach Aitor Karanka. - Blog: Internationals at right time Papers in Madrid and Portugal had led Friday morning with stories of the Portuguese attacker's recent "sadness" returning and he was again considering leaving Madrid after a week in which he felt he had not received enough backing from his club following injury against Levante or when being beaten to the LFP player of the year award by nemesis Lionel Messi. Karanka however was quick to dismiss a reporter's question at Friday evening's pre-game press briefing regarding Ronaldo's current state of mind. "Some questions do not even deserve an answer," Karanka said. "Anyone who knows Cristiano knows (the injury) must have been very bad for him to leave the pitch. (On Saturday) he will again show how he gives everything for this team." The former Madrid defender also gave ...
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La Liga PREVIEW Real Madrid hope Cristiano Ronaldo will be fit for Saturday's visit of Athletic Bilbao, which follows Barcelona's clash with Real Zaragoza. Prolific Portuguese forward Ronaldo, who has already scored 19 goals in all competitions for Real this season, suffered a nasty eye injury against Levante in the Primera Division last week. A large cut opened up above the player's eye after he was caught by defender David Navarro's elbow early in the match. He played on after treatment - and scored - inthe 2-1 win but later had headaches and dizzy spells and missed Portugal's midweek friendly in Gabon. Jose Mourinho would not want to be withouthis key forward at the Bernabeu as Real look to keep pace with the top two sides in La Liga. After a slow start, Real have climbed to third after winning their last four matches but still trail leaders Barca by eight points and are fivebehind city rivals Atletico Madrid. Sami Khedira and Karim Benzema are also hoping to prove their fitness after recent injuries. ...
Guardian Barca sweeps PFL awards WEDNESDAY, 14 NOVEMBER 2012 20:03 EDITOR SPORT - ABROAD BARCELONA may have lost their Primera Division title but they had a host of winners in the Professional Football League’s 2011/12 season awards, which were announced on Tuesday, with Lionel Messi named best player and Pep Guardiola best coach. Barca, who saw their three-year reign as Spanish champions ended by Real Madrid, also saw Messi named the Primera Division’s best striker, Andres Iniesta best attacking midfielder while Carles Puyol won the fair play award. Barcelona B’s Marc Bartra, meanwhile, was voted the best defender in the second division. Madrid also enjoyed success in the fourth edition of the LFP awards, with Iker Casillas named best goalkeeper, Sergio Ramos best defender and Xabi Alonso best central midfielder. The awards are voted for by the players and coaches of the top two divisions in Spain. Messi edged out Madrid duo Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema for the best player award in the top f ...
Mourinho: Ref made a big mistake Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho was again critical of the referee's performance during Sunday's 2-2 draw at Barcelona, but his claims were swiftly dismissed by Tito Vilanova. Two goals apiece from Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo meant a share of the spoils at the Camp Nou, with Barcelona retaining their eight-point lead in the Primera Division standings. Much of the attention post-match was on two controversial moments early in the second half when, with the score at 1-1, referee Carlos Delgado Ferreiro first waved away a Madrid penalty appeal after Mesut Ozil tumbled over Javier Mascherano's challenge inside the area and then dismissed Barca calls for a spot kick when Pepe halted Andres Iniesta's run on the edge of the box. Mourinho said it went against his club's traditions to complain about referees but then went on to do just that. "Madrid is a gentlemanly club and penalties not signalled cannot be talked about," Mourinho said. "This is the philosophy of the club and ...
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo bagged two goals apiece as Barcelona and Real Madrid battled out an entertaining draw in the first Clasico of the Primera Division season.
Pepe has urged his Real Madrid team-mates to show the same focus they displayed in their 2-0 Primera Division win over Rayo Vallecano on Monday in the remainder of the season. The Santiago Bernabeu side bagged the full three points courtesy of goals from Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo, and Pepe is determined to build on Monday's victory and string together a series of wins. "The most important thing is that we won the game. It was a difficult match, but we worked hard and showed that we're a solid team that's capable of winning things," the Portugal international was quoted as saying by Marca. "The season has really started for us now. We have a number of important games coming up and we have to show the same focus that we displayed against Rayo. "Rayo made life difficult for us with their good players, and we have to keep up our good work in the next few weeks." Real Madrid resume Liga action at the weekend at home against Deportivo La Coruna.
The former striker Ronaldo Luis Nazario de Lima prefers the Argentine over the Portugal forward and believes Brazil will come good in time for the World Cup. The Primera Division stars are seen by many as the best two players in the world at present, and Ronaldo has nothing but praise for the Argentine, while also voicing his admiration for Portugal's shining light. "Messi is a little above Cristiano Ronaldo in my opinion", the former Brazil star was quoted as saying by CNN. "I give preference to Messi, because he's a player who fascinates us more, who shows more creativity even though he's from Argentina, which has a big rivalry with Brazil. I admire both players though." The 35-year-old then went on to discuss the future of young compatriot Neymar, and stressed that he needs to move to Europe in order to make the next step forward. "I think Neymar still has a phase to complete, to play in Europe and triumph playing in Europe." Ronaldo is eagerly anticipating the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, and even thoug ...
Primera Division holders Real Madrid began the new campaign with a 1-1 draw against Valencia at the Bernabeu after Jonas cancelled out Gonzalo Higuain's early strike. Los Che, who finished third last season, were well worthy of a point and should have had three but Roberto Soldado's second-half strike was wrongfully ruled out for offside. Madrid, who have not made any new signings so far this summer, lined up largely as expected although Lassana Diarra was preferred to Sami Khedira and Higuain chosen ahead of Karim Benzema. In his first match in charge, former Los Che centre half Mauricio Pellegrino elected to start recently acquired trio Andres Guardado, Joao Pereira and Fernando Gago, with fellow new arrivals, Jonathan Viera and Nelson Valdez on the bench. The champions made a bright start and after both Cristiano Ronaldo and Angel Di Maria came close early on, Higuain gave the home side the lead with just 10 minutes on the clock. A wonderful ball over the top of the Valencia backline from Di Maria foun ...
Cristiano Ronaldo: Spanish league is the hardest in the world Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has labelled La Liga as the "hardest" domestic competition in the world, and admitted that he is still basking in the glory of finishing on top of the pile last season. The Portugal international played a key role in his club's Primera Division title success, netting 46 times in total, and freely admits that ending Barcelona's run of three successive titles represents the highlight of his Blancos career to date. "I think the best moment so far was winning La Liga," Ronaldo mused during an interview on Thai television. "Because I think the Spanish league is the hardest in the world. "It has great teams like Barcelona and to finish nine points ahead of them ... that says a lot." Ronaldo, who is currently holidaying in Thailand with his girlfriend Irina Shayk, was then quizzed again about Portugal's penalty shoot-out defeat by Spain in the semi-finals of Euro 2012. The former Manchester United man was entrusted w ...
Mourinho: Cristiano Ronaldo must win the Ballon d'Or because Messi's goals counted for nothing Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has claimed that Cristiano Ronaldo deserves this year's Ballon d'Or, arguing that Lionel Messi's sensational goal-scoring exploits count for nothing as Barcelona failed to retain their Primera Division crown. Messi broke record after record during a season in which he netted 50 times in La Liga but Mourinho believes that Ronaldo's 46 strikes carry more weight because they were crucial to Los Blancos' title success. "Cristiano has to be the Ballon d'Or winner, not because he was the top scorer, which he already was last season, but because his goals won the league," the Portuguese said of his compatriot in an interview with SIC. "Messi scored 50 goals that have not been worth anything, just as Cristiano scored 42 last season that were not worth anything. "Cristiano has not been able to win the top scorer award and I think that should now be offset by the Ballon d'Or." While Mourinh ...
La Liga Team of the Season: Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi & Falcao star in the 2011-12 campaign. We choose the best XI from the Spanish top-flight campaign that came to a conclusion on Sunday, with Real Madrid claiming the title with a record 100 points Real Madrid were crowned champions of Spain on Sunday with a record 100 points, nine clear of fierce rivals Barcelona as coach Pep Guardiola bade a fond farewell to La Liga. And with the campaign concluded, Goal.com looks at the cream of the crop from the Primera Division in 2011-12. Madrid actually conceded three goals more than Barca but Iker Casillas was key once again with a string of vital saves, including one brilliant dive to his right to deny Xavi in the crucial Clasico win at Camp Nou last month and a wonderful reaction stop from Manu del Moral at Sevilla earlier this season. Casillas led by example as Madrid captain and stood tall when it mattered most. Surprisingly out of the team on occasions, criticised and tipped with a summer exit from Camp Nou, ...
Lionel Messi was left disappointed as Real Madrid captured La Liga and Pep Guardiola decided to leave this summer, but on a personal level the Argentine hit astonishing heights in 2011-12. With the final of the Copa del Rey still to come, Messi has already struck 72 goals so far including an incredible 50 in La Liga to set a new Pichichi record as he finished four clear of Real rival Cristiano Ronaldo in the Primera Division. The Argentine has been key for Barca this season as the Catalans claimed the Uefa Super Cup, the Spanish Supercopa and the Club World Cup before missing out on La Liga and the Champions League later on in the campaign. He cut a frustrated figure as Barca lost to Madrid at Camp Nou and was unable to provide the inspiration as Guardiola's side went down to Chelsea in the semi-finals of the Champions League. At times this season and particularly in those matches against elite European sides, Barca have relied too heavily on Messi and the 24-year-old has lacked the sufficient support in ...
Real Madrid became the first club in Spain to crack 100 points with victory over Real Mallorca. Jose Mourinho's Primera Division champions signed off for the summer with a typically imposing performance as Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema set them on the way before half-time, with Mesut Ozil adding a second-half double.
Thanks for the memories: Record-breaking Real rack up 100 points, but Villarreal sink without trace Jose Mourinho's men broke yet another record on Sunday as they reached three figures in the Primera Division with a 4-1 win over Mallorca, but there was a big shock at El Madrigal. Not everyone was celebrating. There was a fond farewell for Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola in La Liga's last weekend of 2011-12, more remarkable records for Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo, a party at the Bernabeu and scenes of jubilation as Granada, Zaragoza and Rayo Vallecano sealed survival against all odds. But there was also sadness. Racing Santander had long been doomed to the drop and Sporting Gijon were widely expected to follow them. Not Villarreal, though, surely? The Yellow Submarine had seemed unsinkable. Then again, that's just how they described the Titanic - and we all know how that one ended. One hundred years after history's most famous vessel went down, so too did Villarreal. Meanwhile, Madrid hit four more goal ...
Cristiano Ronaldo symbolises Real's relationship with the goal. The Portuguese has put teams to the sword in La Liga with his fantastic finishing this season and shown an insatiable appetite in front of goal. The team's Liga goals record this season is proof of that as Ronaldo scored over a third of Madrid's 121 Primera Division strikes in 2011-12. CR7 Best in the world!
Cristiano Ronaldo's goal-scoring exploits may have inspired Real Madrid to Primera Division glory this season, but Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton believes the Portuguese was a better player when he was at Old Trafford.Ronaldo, who moved to the Spanish capital in 2009, netted his 44th goal of the Liga campaign in Wednesday's title-clinching victory over Athletic Bilbao at San Mames.
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Real Madrid closed in on their first Primera Division title in four years with a 3-0 victory over Sevilla. A bright start from the hosts was rewarded after 19 minutes as Cristiano Ronaldo slotted home his 57th goal of the season. However, Sevilla then enjoyed a decent spell and passed up to glorious opportunities to equalise as Jesus Navas and Alvaro Negredo both fired over when one-on-one with Iker Casillas. Any nerves among the hosts were settled quickly after the break, though, as Karim Benzema finished twice at the back post after fine crosses from Angel Di Maria and Sergio Ramos. And it means, should Barcelona lose at Rayo Vallecano on Sunday, Madrid will officially be crowned Spanish champions for the 32nd time. After the disappointment of going out of the Champions League to Bayern Munich on Wednesday night, manager Jose Mourinho lamented the physical strain put on his players by playing Barcelona in between the two legs of their semi-final But the Portuguese only made one change to the side that s ...
Cristiano Ronaldo finally stood up to be counted in a Clasico as record-breaking Real Madrid took a giant step towards wrestling the Primera Division title from Barcelona's grasp. The debate over who is better out of Ronaldo or Barca counterpart Lionel Messi has raged for some time now, but unlike the former, the latter has always been able to call on an impeccable record in this fixture. Tonight, though, Ronaldo stepped up, scoring a 73rd-minute winner that puts Jose Mourinho's men seven points clear of their old foes at the top of the table with four games remaining. He struck just two minutes after Alexis Sanchez had bundled in an equaliser to cancel out Sami Khedira's equally scrappy first-half opener - a goal that set a new record for goals in a league season. It was the Portugal forward's standout contribution on a night when Madrid, humiliated 5-1 on this ground last season, strangled their normally free-passing hosts. Messi was barely allowed a kick and his playmaking team-mates - Xavi and Andres ...
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