Lionel Messi & Pedro Rodriguez

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. Pedro Rodríguez (born Pedro Rodríguez de la Vega, 18 January 1940 – 11 July 1971) was a Mexican Grand Prix motor racing driver. 5.0/5

Lionel Messi Pedro Rodriguez Real Madrid David Villa Andres Iniesta Alexis Sanchez La Liga Gerard Pique Tito Vilanova Real Sociedad Atletico Madrid Sergio Busquets Cesc Fabregas Victor Valdes Camp Nou Xavi Hernandez Uefa Champions League Champions League

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you do know he is about to play with Andres Iniesta, Lionel Messi, Pedro Rodriguez, Ivan Rakitic etc?
Lionel Messi scored a hat-trick to become Barcelona's all-time record goalscorer as they cut the gap on La Liga leaders Real Madrid to four points ahead of their meeting next weekend with a 7-0 thrashing of Osasuna. After a slow start, the hosts were sparked into life by Messi's opening goal as he flicked home at the near post from Alexis Sanchez's cross. Sanchez was next on the scoresheet as he finished off a similar move involving Andres Iniesta and Jordi Alba before Iniesta's wonderful strike from 25 yards made it 3-0. Messi then broke another record by registering his 370th Barca goal to overtake Paulinho Alcantara as the club's record marksman before rounding off his hat-trick in between further strikes from Cristian Tello and Pedro Rodriguez. Barca boss Gerardo Martino had left Cesc Fabregas and Neymar on the bench after their exertions in the 2-1 win over Manchester City in midweek with Sanchez and Pedro recalled to the starting line-up. Amazingly, the Catalans had to withstand a bright opening fro ...
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BARCELONA, Spain (AP) -- Lionel Messi scored twice, passing Alfredo Di Stefano on the La Liga career scoring list and tying Raul Gonzalez for third as he led Barcelona over Rayo Vallecano 6-0 on Saturday night. Messi's 228 league goals are one more than di Stefano, and the 26-year-old trails only Telmo Zarra (251) and Hugo Sanchez (234). His sixth two-goal game this season raised his goals total to 24, including 13 in the league. Adriano put Barcelona ahead in the second minute, Messi scored on a chip in the 36th and assisted Alexis Sanchez's goal in the 53rd. Pedro Rodriguez scored three minutes later and Messi got his second goal in the 68th. Neymar entered in the 62nd in his first appearance since an ankle injury on Jan. 12 and scored in the 89th. Barcelona (19-2-3) leads the league on goal difference over Atletico Madrid (19-2-3), which ended a three-game losing streak with a 3-0 home win over Valladolid. Raul Garcia scored and set up Diego Costa's 21st league goal of the season. Real Madrid (18-2-3) ...
Barca stays top MADRID - Barcelona put a stressful week off the field after the resignation of club president Sandro Rosell behind them to move back to the top of La Liga with a 3-0 win over Malaga yesterday. With new president Josep Maria Bartomeu watching on from the directors' box, Gerard Pique swept home the opener from Xavi's corner five minutes before half-time. Pedro Rodriguez then made the game safe with a neat turn and finish from Lionel Messi's pass 10 minutes after the restart. Alexis Sanchez slotted home the third moments later from Pedro's cross for his 12th goal of the season. However, it was to be another frustrating evening for Messi in front of goal as his La Liga goal drought stretched to eight games. Atletico Madrid remain level on 54 points with the Catalans after a 4-2 victory at Rayo Vallecano earlier yeasterday with both sides a point ahead of third-placed Real Madrid. Atletico kept up the pressure on Barca with a comfortable win of their own at struggling Rayo. David Villa put the ...
15 - Pedro Rodriguez has got over Lionel Messi as Barcelona’s top scorer in all competitions this season (15 goals). Canary
...FOOTBALL HEADLINES... * Pedro Rodriguez ensured Barcelona didn't miss the injured Lionel Messi, scoring three goals in 10 minutes before setting up Cesc Fabregas twice in a 5-2 comeback victory at Getafe on Sunday. * Paris Saint-German coach Laurent Blanc has challenged his side to lift the burden on stars Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Edinson Cavani. His plea comes as PSG stuttered to a 2-2 Ligue 1 draw at home against Lille. * Tottenham Hotspur striker Emmanuel Adebayor feels he was shown no respect by the club earlier this season, but is happy to be reaping the rewards of his hard work now. * Juventus and Roma took full advantage of Napoli's failure to win on Saturday by putting four past their respective opponents on Sunday, while Rodrigo Palacio scored a dramatic late winner to seal maximum points for Inter Milan in a derby encounter that heaps further pressure on city rivals AC Milan. * Jese Rodriguez struck late against Valencia to hand Real Madrid a vital 3-2 victory that saw the draw back to within . ...
Pedro expecting Messi magic for Milan clash Barcelona winger Pedro Rodriguez believes Lionel Messi's uncharacteristic La Liga goal drought is nothing to worry about ahead of his side's Uefa Champions League encounter with AC Milan on Wednesday. The four-time World Player of the Year has endured a frustrating month on the domestic front. Messi has failed to find the net in his last four La Liga games against Osasuna, Real Madrid, Celta Vigo and Espanyol since returning from a thigh injury, marking his longest goal drought for over two years. However, in the Champions League, Messi has been his usual deadly self with four goals in two appearances so far this season and Pedro doesn't see any cause for concern. "There is nothing wrong with him, he is training very well and very strongly," he said on Monday. "His figures are spectacular and when he goes two games without scoring it seems like there is something up. He is always the one who makes the difference. "Leo is always an ambitious player who wants to s ...
Pedro Rodriguez, Lionel Messi, and David Villa, you're the heroes of the last night! Thank you all, my dear Catalans, for the greatest game!
Jordi Roura will wait until tomorrow to make a call on Barcelona trio Lionel Messi, Pedro Rodriguez and Adriano,...
The combination of David Villa, Lionel Messi and Pedro Rodriguez - Sobrenatural :)
BARCELONA TO FACE Real Madrid IN THE SEMI FINALS OF COPA DEL REY barcelona achieved an intriguing 2-4 win (4-6 in aggregate) against Malaga at La Rosaleda in the return leg of the Copa del Rey quarterfinals. Pedro Rodriguez, Gerard Pique, Andres Iniesta and Lionel Messi scored the goals for the Blaugrana, who attempted 15 shots, nine of them on target and one that hit the post. Despite having the better chances and a higher possession percentage (70%), the Catalans never really looked fully comfortable due to the high pressure Malaga applied across the whole pitch, working as a unit when dispossessed. Barcelona did score early, but it was disappointing to see the team dropping the momentary advantage once again, proving how vulnerable the defence can be when players are not fully committed to closing spaces as tightly and quickly as possible. Despite that fact, the Blaugrana players fought tirelessly to achieve a valuable win which keeps the Catalans’ hope of retaining the title alive. The players were ...
World Sports News Bara suffer season's first Liga loss An injury-time strike from substitute Imanol Agirretxe condemned 10-man Barcelona to a 3-2 defeat at Real Sociedad on Saturday, their first loss of a record-breaking La Liga season. Lionel Messi matched another landmark by scoring in a 10th consecutive La Liga game to put Barca ahead after six minutes with Pedro Rodriguez doubling the lead. But Chory Castro pulled a goal back before the break and then got his second after 63 minutes. With Gerard Pique off the field after receiving a red card, Agirretxe got the winner in the 91st minute. "I have to congratulate Real Sociedad and I have no complaints about my players. We hit the post twice in the first half and had two other chances. It became more complicated for us and they made it 2-1," said Barca coach Tito Vilanova. "We were in control in the first half and although it looked difficult we were playing well. At 3-0 it would have been all over but the sending off changed everything." There appears to ...
IS THE BARCA MAGIC COMING TO AN END? Lionel Messi and Pedro Rodriguez netted 2 goals in the 1st 25 minutes and...
Barcelona 4-0 Espanyol: Pedro brace gives Barca perfect start to 2013 Four goals in the first half saw Barcelona cruise to a derby win over Espanyol as Tito Vilanova returned to the dugout. The home side welcomed the return of coach Tito Vilanova back to the dugout and his presence inspired a first half performance to be admired. Pedro Rodriguez was in superb form, as was Lionel Messi but it would be midfielder Xavi Hernandez who broke the deadlock. Andres Iniesta clipped the ball in following a through ball from Messi and Xavi was on hand to poke the ball past Espanyol keeper *** Casilla. Five minutes later and Barca got a second, this time Cesc Fabregas crossed low for Messi, whose shot hit the knee of Pedro, who celebrated his first goal in a very long time. On the half hour mark the Spanish winger would be celebrating again when Sergio Busquets played a defence splitting pass for Pedro to chip the ball over the helpless Casilla. Minutes later and it would be four as Fabregas was fouled by Casilla and ...
Pedro Rodriguez has revealed he wants Lionel Messi to win the Ballon d'Or - TS
FC Barcelona Sign 10-Year-Old American to Its Famed Academy FIRST AMERICAN PLAYER EVER TO JOIN THE BEST SOCCER PROGRAM IN THE WORLD AT La Masia - THE F.C. BARCELONA ACADEMY IN SPAIN A 10-year-old American is preparing to live out what was once an unthinkable dream. Ben Lederman, a Southern Californian, is packing up all his belongings and moving to Barcelona, Spain, where he is going to be spending the next two years as a member of the FC Barcelona youth academy, considered by many the greatest in the world. He joins on a two-year contract and his performance will be evaluated in 2013 to determine his future at the club. His parents are moving to Barcelona in order to be with their son. Lederman was in Spain to train with the academy in April while being courted by the club. La Masia, Barcelona's academy, has produced some of the greatest players in the modern game including current Barcelona stars Lionel Messi, Xavi Hernandez, Gerard Pique, Andres Iniesta, Sergio Busquets, Pedro Rodriguez, Victor Valdes ...
Vilanova: Messi has no limits Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova chose to focus on the brilliance of Lionel Messi after an entertaining 2-2 draw with Real Madrid in La Liga. Cristiano Ronaldo started and finished the scoring at the Nou Camp, with Messi also at the double - his second strike a stunning free-kick - to ensure honours ended even. "We do not know his limits," Vilanova said of the Argentina forward. "You should see how he trains every day - that urge he has to keep getting better. "I think we will never see another player like this. He is the best in the world by far." Vilanova added that Ronaldo would be "more recognised" if his career had not coincided with Messi's. As always between the arch rivals, tensions frequently looked in danger of boiling over. Visiting defender Pepe accused Andres Iniesta of "doing theatre" in a bid to win a second-half penalty and Madrid coach Jose Mourinho - who infamously poked a finger into the eye of Vilanova on the touchline last season when he was Pep Guardiola's ...
Rsi Noticed This about the El Classico. -BARCELONA APPROACH The game was not so much about the midfield battle, which Barcelona were always likely to dominate by virtue of having extra numbers, but about what the teams were attempting in the final third. Barcelona’s initial attacking threat was minimal – despite plenty of the ball they failed to offer penetration, partly because of the lack of forward running. Lionel Messi came towards the ball, often tracked by Sergio Ramos, but Pedro Rodriguez was the only man making runs in behind the defence – Fabregas was bursting from a deeper, more obvious position, while Iniest drifted infield rather than towards goal. Barcelona played in front of Real, which meant the away side were happy to keep a high line and remain compact. Nb- That's one!
Barcelona thrashed Real Sociedad 5-1on Sunday with two goals from Lionel Messi and one each for Carles Puyol,Pedro Rodriguez & David Villa.
David Villa scored in his first competitive appearance of the year and Lionel Messi netted a brace as Barcelona claimed a convincing 5-1 victory over Real Sociedad in new coach Tito Vilanova's Primera Division debut in the Nou Camp hotseat. Villa, who missed the second half of last season and Euro 2012 after breaking his leg in December, netted after appearing as a late substitute to complete the win as Barca showed it was business as usual despite this summer's departure of record-breaking coach Pep Guardiola. Earlier, during a frenetic start which saw four goals scored in the opening 16 minutes, Barca charged into a 3-1 lead with Carles Puyol - who also missed Spain's triumphant Euro 2012 campaign through injury - notching the first. Sociedad briefly drew level when Gonzalo Castro netted but Messi then struck twice in five minutes to put the home side two goals clear. Pedro Rodriguez then added a fourth before the break before Villa climbed off the bench to also get his name on the scoresheet as Vilanov ...
(L-R) Lionel Messi, Daniel Alves, Eric Abidal, Andres Iniesta, Pedro Rodriguez, David Villa, Sergio Busquets, Xavi Hernandez, Gerard Pique, Carles Puyol and goalkeeper Victor Valdes pose for a team picture prior to the start of the Uefa Champions League group D match between Barcelona and Panathinai...
Lionel Messi (L) of FC Barcelona celebrates scoring his sides second goal with his teammate Pedro Rodriguez during the Uefa Champions League Round of 16 second leg match between FC Barcelona and Bayern 04 Leverkusen at the Camp Nou stadium on March 7, 2012 in Barcelona, Spain.
All Messi's assists so far on season 2011-2012. Updated after assist for Pedro Rodriguez against Zaragoza on 07-04-2012. Some informations about this compila...
Lionel Messi (C) of FC Barcelona celebrates with team mate Pedro Rodriguez
Defending champions Barcelona upped the pressure on leaders Real Madrid on Tuesday as they moved to within a point of their bitter rivals after a 4-0 thumping of Getafe. Two goals from Alexis Sanchez, one from Pedro Rodriguez and Lionel Messi's 39th in the league this season gave Barca a 10th consecutive league victory after another near perfect performance by the Catalans. Real can restore their four point advantage if they beat Atletico Madrid on Wednesday - they have not lost to their city rivals since 1999 .
Pedro Rodriguez this time. Barcelona 4 Getafe 0. Lionel Messi's 25th assist
BELATED NEWS;- Jose Mourinho, Real Madrid manager, claimed some of his players believe it is "impossible to win" at Camp Nou after his side's 4-3 aggregate defeat to Barcelona in the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey. Madrid had started by far the brighter of the two sides and should have been ahead within seconds as Gonzalo Higuain screwed his shot wide when clean through on Jose Manuel Pinto. Higuain then hit the bar and was again denied by Pinto before Barca appeared to have put the tie to bed with two goals just before half-time. Pedro Rodriguez finished calmly at the end of a trademark run and pass by Lionel Messi before Dani Alves rocketed a shot in from the edge of the box with the last kick of the half. But the visitors responded with two goals in four minutes themselves midway through the second period as Cristiano Ronaldo rounded Pinto to slot home before Karim Benzema took advantage of some slack Barca defending to equalise. In a thinly-veiled dig at referee Teixeira Vitienes, Mourinho said: " ...
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