Lionel Messi & Gary Cahill

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. Gary James Cahill (born 19 December 1985) is an English footballer who plays as a central defender for Chelsea and the England national team. 5.0/5

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From "Gary Cahill has quelled the threat of Lionel Messi and Luis Suárez during his career but Kane left him dazed and confused"
Gary Cahill believes Chelsea team-mate Eden Hazard is in the same bracket as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo . “Eden certainly can go to the same level as Messi and Ronaldo,” he told talkSPORT. “I haven’t obviously played with either, but I’ve seen a lot of them. Training and playing with Eden has shown me he’s certainly in the same bracket. “He’s still such a young lad, but he’s devastating at times when he gets the ball at his feet and runs at defenders. “There aren’t many better than him. I’m sure he’ll keep improving, he’s already got better from last year to this season.” Well said Gary Cahill!
Branislav Ivanovic got the only goal in Chelsea's 1-0 victory at the Etihad Stadium but winger Hazard, 23, maintained his excellent recent form. And while Chelsea manager Mourinho believes Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo rank above the Belgian for now, he feels Hazard has the ability to get better still and challenge them. He said: "I keep saying he has to improve. He needs to have his feet on the ground. Ronaldo and Messi are Ronaldo and Messi. Eden Hazard is probably the best young player in the world with legs to go there, but give him time." Chelsea became the first team to stop City scoring at the Etihad Stadium in the league since Birmingham drew 0-0 in November 2010. And their central defenders Gary Cahill and John Terry excelled, prompting Mourinho to say he had no problem if the Chelsea captain comes out of international retirement to go to next summer's World Cup. Without Terry, England manager Roy Hodgson has partnered Cahill with Everton's Phil Jagielka in the centre of defence. Mourinho ad ...
LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS 1. Frank Lampard is set to be offered a new 1-year contract at Chelsea. 2. Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe has been ruled out for 3-weeks with ankle ligament damage. 3. A pitch invader ran up to Lionel Messi again last night, this time he just kissed him. 4. Lionel Messi will renew his contract with Barcelona. He'll sign a new deal with the club until the summer of 2018. 5. Billy Davies looks set to be named the new Nottingham Forest manager. 6. Olivier Giroud is proud to have enjoyed a more prolific first season with Arsenal than Robin van Persie. 7. Jack Wilshere has insisted he will keep working hard to get better after his impressive performance against Brazil. 8. Wayne Rooney, Frank Lampard and Gary Cahill saluted Ashley Cole after the England left-back's 100th cap. 9. England boss Roy Hodgson has urged Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard to keep playing his football in Europe. 10. Newcastle have left Mathieu Debuchy out of their squad for the Europa League. Lewis Holtby in for Spur ...
FOOTBALL Leeds manager Neil Warnock faces a selection dilemma ahead of the Capital One Cup quarter-final with Chelsea. On-loan defender Alan Tate is unavailable while fellow loanee Jerome Thomas and captain Lee Peltier are both doubtful. Tate is cup-tied having already taken part in the competition with Swansea and he will be replaced by Jason Pearce. Leigh Bromby, Rodolph Austin, Davide Somma and Ramon Nunez all remain sidelined. - Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge is back in training but remains doubtful for tomorrow's Capital One Cup quarter-final at Leeds. Sturridge has recovered from his hamstring injury but interim manager Rafael Benitez is unsure if he will be available, while John Obi Mikel, Gary Cahill and Ramires are suspended. Benitez has refused to set a comeback date for John Terry's return from a knee injury, while Oriol Romeu has been ruled out for the season following knee surgery. - Juventus striker Nicklas Bendtner could be out for up to two months because of a thigh injury. The 24-year-o ...
Barcelona send letter to to thank Gary Cahill for returning Lionel Messi.
"They survived Gary Cahill's injury, John Terry's red card and going behind, and still had time to see Lionel Messi, the greatest player in the world, miss a penalty. Football is a strange sport."
Breaking News: Police are searching for Lionel Messi, Reporters say he was last seen in Gary Cahill's pocket.
Lionel Messi, you have met your match tonight, in the form of Gary Cahill
Gary Cahill must be loving going from partnering Zat Knight to marking Lionel Messi in the space of 6 months.
Not a bad 3 months for Gary Cahill, from playing alongside Zat Knight to defending against Lionel Messi
6 months ago Gary Cahill was playing alongside Zat Knight, now he is marking Lionel Messi
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