Real Madrid & Manuel Neuer

Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Royal Madrid Football Club), commonly known as Real Madrid, is a professional football club based in Madrid, Spain. Manuel Neuer (born 27 March 1986 in Gelsenkirchen) is a German footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Bayern Munich and the German national football team. 5.0/5

Real Madrid Manuel Neuer Cristiano Ronaldo Bayern Munich Champions League Lionel Messi World Cup Iker Casillas Sergio Ramos Philipp Lahm Arjen Robben Bastian Schweinsteiger Atletico Madrid Gareth Bale Toni Kroos Thomas Muller David Alaba Carlo Ancelotti

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo has been named world footballer of the year after winning the Ballon d’Or for the second year in a row. The Portugal captain beat Barcelona forward Lionel Messi and Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer to the award. Wolfsburg and Germany midfielder Nadine Kessler was named women’s player of the year, while Colombia’s James Rodriguez won goal of the year. The three candidates for the Ballon d’Or were all picked in the team of the year, along with defenders Phillip Lahm, David Luiz, Thiago Silva and Sergio Ramos, midfielders Andres Iniesta, Toni Kroos and Angel Di Maria and forward Arjen Robben. Meanwhile, Germany manager Joachim Low was named FIFA Coach of the Year at the ceremony. A huge favourite for the award, Low led Germany to the World Cup after a 1-0 victory over Argentina in the final. Before that came an unforgettable demolition of Brazil in the semi-finals, when Die Mannschaft hit seven past the hosts. Low said: “It is the icing on the cake, the ca ...
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 ...
12 Jan 2015 20:49:00 International skippers from around the world gave their picks for the prestigious award, with the vast majority backing their team-mates Cristiano Ronaldo won his third Ballon d'Or on Monday, moving one behind the tally of Lionel Messi, who finished second, with Manuel Neuer in Third Place. Voted for by journalists, international captains and coaches, Ronaldo was not everyone's top choice, however, with several of his fellow players plumping for other stars. Cristiano Ronaldo 37.66% Lionel Messi 15.76% MANUEL NEUER 15.72% Arjen Robben 7.17% Thomas Muller 5.42% Of course, Ronaldo could not vote for himself in his capacity as Portugal captain but rooted for someone close to him, Sergio Ramos, as his first choice, with Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema completing a full card of Real Madrid team-mates. Similarly, Messi went for one of his sparring partners - though not one from Barcelona. Angel Di Maria helped Argentina reach the World Cup final and got his fellow Rosario native's vote, with ...
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 ...
Ballon d'Or: Profiling the three contenders for the title of the world's best footballer in 2014CR7: Ronaldo in 2014:- Real Madrid: 51 games, 56 goals / Portugal: 9 games, 5 goals- Total: 60 games, 61 goals- Trophies won: Champions League, Spanish Cup, Super Cup,Club World Cup Lionel Messi in 2014:- Barcelona: 52 games, 50 goals / Argentina: 14 games, 8 goals- Total: 66 games, 58 goals- Trophies won: None Manuel Neuer in 2014:- Bayern Munich: 49 games, 26 clean sheets / Germany: 9 games, 5 clean sheets- Total: 58 games, 31 clean sheets- Trophies won: World Cup, Bundesliga, German Cup Who will WIN the FIFA Ballon D’Ortonight? 1.Cristiano Ronaldo 2. Lionel Leo Messi 3.Manuel Neuer Drop your ideas
Cristiano Ronaldo is the favourite to win the Ballon d'Or for the second year in succession at Monday's gala ceremony in Zurich ahead of Manuel Neuer and Lionel Messi. Messi has finished in the top two in each of the last seven years but, despite another prolific year in 2014, appears this time to be lagging behind his two rivals. A disappointing World Cup, in which he was eliminated at the group stage with Portugal, has not prevented Ronaldo from staking a strong claim to win the prize for the third time overall. The 29-year-old Real Madrid superstar scored a…
**FOOTBALL** 2014 A football year to remember This has been a fantastic year for football and especially for those of us who cover the game. It was a World Cup year in Brazil. It was fascinating to be at a tournament that left incredible memories. In the past 12 months a lot has happened. I will mention my highlights and at the end I would love you to share some of yours with me. PLAYER OF 2014: He started 2014 as a European champion but ended the year as world champion. My world footballer of the Year for 2014 is Bayern Munich and Germany’s number 1, Manuel Neuer. Not since Peter Schmeichel at Man United have I seen a goalkeeper look so unbeatable. With his heroics in the group stages of the World Cup, where he was instrumental in the draw against Ghana and the eventual defeat of Algeria, he was, to me, the best footballer in the world this year. DREAM YEAR: Gareth Bale. When Real Madrid – again – broke the world transfer record to get the Welsh winger from Tottenham in London, many wondered if thi ...
• Morocco coach Badou Zaki confirmed he voted for Cristiano Ronaldo over Manuel Neuer and Lionel Messi in the Ballon d'Or as he believes the Real Madrid forward is the most deserving for his efforts in 2014. • Roberto Martinez was upbeat despite watching his young Everton side lose 1-0 to Krasnodar in their final Europa League group match. The Spaniard, who made 10 changes to his starting XI after qualifying as Group H winners with a game to spare, is confident the Europa League can enhance his youngsters' development after handing out four debuts. • Joe Hart is hoping to end his career at Manchester City as he closes in on a new five-year contract. The goalkeeper and team-mate James Milner are poised to sign new long-term deals, with the England No.1's wages being upped to €152,000 a week. • Liverpool will hope to avoid Napoli and a reunion with former coach Rafa Benitez in the draw for the last-32 of the Europa League in Nyon on Monday. • Sevilla boss Unai Emery is relieved to have avoided E ...
Bayern Munichstar Thomas Muller believes it would be tough to pick between his team-mate Manuel Neuer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messifor the Ballon d'Or. The Germany goalkeeper has made the shortlist of three alongside the Real Madrid and Barcelona attackers, who have won the last six editions of the award between them. He feels that each of the trio would be worthy winners of the prestigious prize in January and has hailed his club and international colleague's exploits over the course of the year. he said at a press conference, And i quote "Manuel became a World Cup winner and had an outstanding year. Ronaldo also had an outstanding year - and Messi too. Muller went on to say that Neuer is a key component in his side's defensive unit, which has shipped just three goals in 14 Bundesliga games this term. "Manuel Neuer can absolutely win the Ballon d'Or. People say he won't because no goalkeeper has won it but that's not my opinion." Fact.
The three men that made up the last three on the FIFA Ballon d'Or are; 1. Manuel Neuer (FC Bayern Munichen & Germany), 2. Christiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid & Portugal), 3. Lionel Messi (FC Barcelona & Argentina). Who do you rate to win it??
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?
Eugene Sebastian, Arsenal Fan since 2004, Amateu... (more) 4 upvotes by Caleb Diaz, Anirudh Kode, Filipe Costa, (more) I think most likely Cristiano Ronaldo would win it. There are few other strong contenders like Lionel Messi, Angel Di Maria, Manuel Neuer, Phillip Lahm, Thomas Muller, and Toni Kroos, though I would still think There are few reasons why I think Cristiano Ronaldo would be chosen: 1. More exposure because he scored goals. As a scoring winger (he's not a striker), he would get more publicly known by more people, including the captains of the national team. Aside from the other names, only Lionel Messi scored that much goals. Thomas Muller was often benched in Bayern and didn't get the opportunity. 2. If Manuel Neuer deserved it, it means Phillip Lahm, Toni Kroos, and Thomas Muller also deserved it. Those names are not worse than Manuel Neuer in terms of performance, and they played in the same team (until Toni Kroos moved to Real Madrid), thus in their team, there is no single player that is ...
FIFA WORLD XI GOALKEEPERS SHORTLIST: FIFA has announced World XI goalkeepers shortlist, including our Thibaut Courtois Here's the 5-men shortlist choosen by thousand of professional players around the world: Manuel Neuer (Germany/Bayern Munich) Claudio Bravo (Chile/Barcelona) Thibaut Courtois (Belgium/Chelsea) Iker Casillas (Spain/Real Madrid) Gianluigi Buffon (Italy/Juventus) Who is going to take it?
Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 25th hattrick tonight! :D Real Madrid won with 5 goals against Elche. 4 goals by Cristiano Ronaldo and 1 goal by Gareth Bale. Thoroughly enjoyed the match! Bayern Munich won tonight with 4 goals, and Manuel Neuer had a clean sheet since Paderborn (the previous Bundesliga table toppers) couldn't score any. Goals by Mario Gotze, Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller. Couldn't watch the match unfortunately. Goodnight, good people! :)
FC Bayern München pair Manuel Neuer & Arjen Robben feature alongside Real Madrid C.F. forward Cristiano Ronaldo in this video of the nominees ... Who will be crowned UEFA Best Player in Europe?
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Lionel Messi misses out as Bayern dominate European Player of the Year voting The shift in power within European football was underlined yesterday when two Bayern Munich players were among the nominees to be named the continent's top-three players, with Lionel Messi left out for the first time in eight years. Manuel Neuer, the Bayern goalkeeper, and his team-mate, winger Arjen Robben, were yesterday named by Uefa on the shortlist for European Footballer of the Year, alongside Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid. Four-time winner Messi - who was second last year behind Bayern's Frank Ribery - did not make the cut from the final 10. The omission of the Argentine reflected the fact that Barcelona did not win either a Spanish or European honour last season, although the forward did lead his national side to the World Cup final. However, the fact that Neuer was one of three German players listed in the top five - Bayern team-mates Thomas Mueller and Philipp Lahm were the others - underlines the scale of the task ...
Barcelona star Lionel Messi is one of 10 players who have been nominated for the Best Player in Europe award after guiding Argentina to the final of the World Cup. The prolific attacker was controversially handed the World Cup Golden Ball earlier this month ahead of Bayern Munich duo Thomas Muller (Germany) and Arjen Robben (Netherlands) and is now in the frame to bag yet another prestigious individual award. The 10-man shortlist for the prize is dominated by Bayern Munich players, with Philipp Lahm and Manuel Neuer accompanying the aforementioned Muller and Robben. Real Madrid have two representatives on the list in Portugal attacker Cristiano Ronaldo and Argentina's Angel Di Maria, while Colombia star James Rodriguez is the only candidate from Ligue 1. Luis Suarez and Diego Costa, who both switched clubs this summer, complete the shortlist. Sergio Ramos, Thibaut Courtois, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Andrea Pirlo and Yaya Toure all narrowly missed out and occupy places 11 to 15. A jury of journalists from each o ...
Vincent Enyeama has been named has one of the Top 6 Goalkeepers to watch in Brazil 2014 World Cup by FIFA. 1. Iker Casillas (Spain & Real Madrid) 2. Manuel Neuer (Germany & Bayern Munich) 3. Thibaut Courtois (Belgium & Atletico Madrid) 4. Hugo Lloris (France & Tottenham) 5. Gianluigi Buffon (Italy & Juventus) 6. Vincent Enyeama (Nigeria & Lille)
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has decided that Thibaut Courtois will be his number one goalkeeper from the start of next season - and has subsequently put Petr Cech on the transfer list. The Portuguese coach is keen to avoid a repeat scenario of what happened at his former club Real Madrid, where long-serving ‘keeper Iker Casillas was dropped to the bench in favour of Diego Lopez, causing a huge amount of unrest at the Bernabeu. This is according to well-connected Spanish newspaper Marca, who claim Atletico Madrid have reluctantly accepted Mourinho’s decision to bring back Courtois after he wooed the young Belgium international with two magic words: stater status. Courtois, despite arriving at Stamford Bridge in 2011, has not made a single appearance for his parent club, spending the last three years on loan with Atletico instead. The 22-year-old was not interested in returning to Chelsea unless he was guaranteed first-team football next season with the west London outfit. And after another wonderful ...
Low faced with German injury worries Germany will begin their pre-FIFA World Cup™ training camp on Wednesday amid injury concerns to several key players. Coach Joachim Low will gather his 27-man squad at a five-star hotel in the idyllic south Tirolean resort of St, Leonhard, where his stars will train in northern Italy for the next ten days. They play their opening Group G match against Portugal in Salvador on 16 June. There are concerns for the Bayern Munich trio of Germany skipper Philipp Lahm (bruised ankle), vice-captain Bastian Schweinsteiger (inflamed knee ligament) and goalkeeper Manuel Neuer (shoulder). Low will also have to *** the fitness of Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira and Lazio striker Miroslav Klose, both of whom are short of match-fitness after long spells on the sidelines. "With regard to the World Cup participation of Manuel and Philipp, we are optimistic but both will be treated intensively," said Low. "It is good and also important that they will be with us from the start in t . ...
Champions League semifinal - Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid at Allianz Arena on 30 April 2014. Match starts at 12:30 am India time. It's the clash between two of the biggest spenders in club football. Real Madrid are worth 425 millions and Bayern are worth 314 million pounds in player values. Carlo Ancelotti and Pep Guardiola have been good with their respective teams but RM stands a better chance after the 1-0 lead in the first leg. Bayern were tactically naive in the first leg where RM played without Gareth Bale and CR without full fitness. Will the Bavarians get the two required goals and prevent RM from scoring that 1 away goal? Real Madrid: Iker Casillas; Marcelo, Sergio Ramos, Pepe, Dani Carvajal; Ángel di María, Xabi Alonso, Luka Modrić; Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale. Bayern Munich: Manuel Neuer; David Alaba, Dante, Jerome Boateng, Philipp Lahm; Javi Martínez; Franck Ribéry, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Toni Kroos, Arjen Robben; Mario Mandžukić.
$10 when Iker Casillas retires Real Madrid is gonna buy Manuel Neuer.
'Everything to play for' Manuel Neuer insists tie with Real Madrid not over ht…
Manuel Neuer: "Real Madrid defended and countered well. We knew they'd do that, but they were strong."
Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer believes is “still possible” for Bayern Munich to reach the final of the Champions League this season. The defending champions lost 1-0 to Real Madrid in the first leg of their semi-final at the Bernabeu on Wednesday. The goalkeeper told reporters:...
Real Madrid wins on Bayern München 1-0, Karim Benzema score the Goal Ronaldo passes along to Fabio Coentrao and Fabio Coentrao across to Karim Benzema and Dante slides but the ball went between his Foot and David Alaba slides too but the ball went front his Foot, suddenly Karim Benzema and shoot in Goal Manuel Neuer shocked that Karim Benzema shoot the ball in the Goal.
HALF TIME REAL VS BAYERN Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer completed more passes in the first half (12) than nine of Real Madrid's starting XI. entire Real Madrid side completed just 10 more passes in the first half than Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos. Real Madrid-Bayern Munich HT: Score 1-0 Key passes 4-6. Passes completed 75-381. Crosses 4-23. Clearances 10-24. Despite all their possession, Bayern Munich have still created the same amount of chances (1) as Real Madrid have. Pepe has made the same number of clearances (5) as he has completed passes so far.
BBC Bale Benzema Cristiano in an hour and a half we will witness Bayern Munich and Real Madrid clash in the first leg of the champion league semi-final's. the only question is will the Trio (BBC) be able to get past Manuel Neuer. HALA MADRID
guys its today Manuel Neuer vs Iker Cassillas.. which teams gonna get the better of this two great goal keepers of Europe... lets c... Real Madrid versus Brayen Munich . Guess gonna support Brayen tonite...
Real Madrid vs. Bayern Munich Preview, kick off time 9.45pm Team News for Real Madrid Álvaro Arbeloa and Jesé will certainly miss out, while Sami Khedira isn't expected to feature despite returning to training. Marcelo, Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo are doubts, though will be handed late fitness tests. However, Carlo Ancelotti may be tempted to field a similar XI to the one that overcame Barcelona in the Copa Del Rey final last Wednesday. Team News for Bayern Munich Bayern can welcome both Bastian Schweinsteiger and Javi Martínez back from suspension, though the latter is a doubt with a concussion. Pep Guardiola is also sweating on the fitness of David Alaba, Manuel Neuer, Thomas Müller and Pierre-Emile Höjbjerg. Holger Badstuber, Thiago Alcantara, Xherdan Shaqiri and Tom Starke will all miss out. Match Facts Real Madrid have won their last 4 home matches against Bayern in all competitions. Real Madrid have been winning at both half time and full time in their last 3 home matches against Bayern i ...
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Real Madrid head into the game without the injured Álvaro Arbeloa and Jesé, while Sami Khedira hasn't yet recovered from his long-term layoff. However, the doubtful Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo are both included in Carlo Ancelotti's squad, so they could make their returns. Copa Del Rey hero Gareth Bale is also included, despite missing training on Monday with the flu. Bayern Munich have goalkeeper Manuel Neuer back available after a calf injury, with the German International fit to play. His usual backup Tom Starke is, however, definitely unavailable, along with the long-term injured Holger Badstuber, Thiago Alcântara and Xherdan Shaqiri. Everyone else should be available, despite some question marks over the fitness of David Alaba and Thomas Müller.
Champions League Team News: -Eden Hazard was unable to train with Chelsea first team today and a major doubt for tomorrow's match against Atletico Madrid. -Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois to play against Chelsea, from which he is loaned. -Cristiano Ronaldo able to train normally with Real Madrid, but not Bale, sick. - Manuel Neuer likely to play with Bayern Munich.
German newspaper 'Bild' confirms that Manuel Neuer is out for only 7 days. That means he will be back on time for the Real Madrid match.
Y i i e p i - Borussia Dortmund is in the german national POKAL-FiNALE ... in anyway have the last week maybe the most succressful ever ( 2:0 vs Real Madrid & 3:0 in Munich vs FC Bayern (without Manuel Neuer Bayern München !) & yesterday vs VfL Wolfburg ( by the way = ALL GAMES IN THIS TOURNAMENT GETTiNG 0 (ZERO!) GOALS !) Since Marco Reus is back (yesterday involved in all goals again !) Dortmund showing again their great quality - BraVooo BVB !! :-) Today the german FCB FC Bayern Munchen could follow this evening against 1.FC Kaiserslautern from the 2.LEAGE ! Like the Chef-Coach Pep Guardiola have said in his last interviews - NOW IT IS IMPORTANT FiNDiNG HiS MENTAL FOCUS AGAiN & that the games are not getting won AUTOMATiC !!... Hoenestly it could be that FCB coming in both FiNALS incl. the Uefa-Championsleage - but is not the winner ... AND SO WHAT !?! This club have played an supa-mega-phantastic GERMAN-BUNDESLiGA - that earns BiG RESPECT if FCB-Lover or not !! So wishing my FCB-FRiENDS Mario Gotze . ...
Ozil affected by penalty miss London - Arsenal's record signing Mesut Ozil has not got over his penalty miss in the Champions League loss to Bayern Munich, manager Arsene Wenger said before backing his side to bounce back strongly against Sunderland on Saturday. The 42 million-pound signing from Real Madrid had the opportunity to give his side an early lead against the European champions, but his tame spot-kick was saved by Bayern keeper Manuel Neuer. German midfielder Ozil apologised for his mistake but has not full recovered from the trauma. "Certainly not," the Frenchman told a news conference on Friday. "Forty-eight hours is a bit short to get over that. It's part of the job to deal with disappointment and show you can respond to it," Wenger added. "He apologised after the game. I don't that think people are shocked he missed a penalty, Bayern missed a penalty as well, it's just he takes his penalties in an unusual way. "I believe that at the moment I have to let him recover from that. I have seen thi ...
Ballack: Ozil has Not been Accepted by his Teammates.Retired German midfielder Michael Ballack insists that playing for Arsenal I sapping the confidence out of Mesut Ozil. The German came to north London from Real Madrid for a record fee of £42.5m but has failed to justify his price tag thus far with his performances this season not reminiscent of his capabilities. The Gunners lost their round of 16 tie against Bayern Munich for the second year in succession at the Emirates, but the result could have been so different if the former Werder Bremen man had managed to convert the penalty which he had won in the opening eight minutes. The 25-year-old befuddled his compatriot Jerome Boateng as the defender failed to cope with Ozil's quick feet in the box and fouled him to give Arsene Wenger's team a clear penalty. However, faced against his former training partner, Manuel Neuer, Ozil failed to put the ball into the net as the Bayern Munich stopper stayed on his feet to punch the ball away. Ballack believes tha ...
Mesut Ozil needs a break to ease his Arsenal misery When Arsene Wenger finally answered demands to stop treating Arsenal's money like it was his own and spent £42.4m to buy Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid, it was with Champions League nights against sides such as Bayern Munich in mind. Arsenal's manager set aside his reputation for parsimony to bring in a 25-year-old Germany international with a world-class reputation. Ozil's signing last September was widely greeted as a watershed, the moment Wenger announced Arsenal's return to the big spenders and major league players. Few argued with his purchase. On Wednesday night, those days looked an age away. Against Bundesliga champions Bayern, Ozil was presented with a chance to answer growing criticisms of his recent form. Instead, the midfielder had a nightmare. Bayern left Emirates Stadium with a 2-0 victory in their last-16 first-leg clash. The result surely condemns Arsenal to a Champions League exit at the hands of a side who knocked them out at the same sta ...
Is the Premier League slipping? Is the Premier League slipping? Just as Arsenal were arriving at Villa Park on Monday night, at the Ballon d'Or ceremony, Ruud Gullit and Fernanda Lima welcomed the final three members of the FIFA FIFPro World XI - Lionel Messi, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cristiano Ronaldo - onto the stage in Zurich's Kongresshaus. Their arrival confirmed what we had known all along: Though some 14 Premier League players had made the 55-strong list of nominees, for the third time in four years, not one of them would be elected to the final XI. Looking at the players selected ahead of them, it is hard to argue. The 50,000-plus professional players who voted had constructed quite a side. Manuel Neuer, Philipp Lahm and Franck Ribery from Bayern Munich; Xavi, Andres Iniesta, Daniel Alves and Messi of Barcelona; two players from Real Madrid - Sergio Ramos and Ronaldo - and two from Paris Saint-Germain in the form of Thiago Silva and Ibrahimovic. True, the midfield looked a little imbalanced. Perhaps ...
Real Madrid are targeting Bayern Munich 'keeper Manuel Neuer as a replacement for Iker Casillas next summer. [Le10Sport]
Manuel Neuer has been named as the World's Best Goalkeeper by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS). The 27-year-old shot-stopper, who won five trophies with Bayern Munich in 2013, while at the same time helping Germany qualify for this summer's World Cup in Brazil, was the clear victor of the vote, which brings together editors and experts from 70 countries. Neuer finished with 211 points, a staggering 133 clear of his closes rival, Italy and Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon, who has four previous triumphs to his name. Chelsea's Petr Cech finished third, just ahead of the Blues' Thibaut Courtois, who is currently on loan at Atletico Madrid. Victor Valdes, who is to leave Barcelona at the end of the season, came home fifth, with Real Madrid's out-of-favour goalkeeper Iker Casillas, who had won the award for the past five years, claiming sixth place.
Echipa anului, in viziunea lui Hagi, cu tot cu explicatiile pentru fiecare post: Manuel Neuer: He won everything with Bayern. The way he plays, and the fact he rarely makes mistakes, gives confidence to his team-mates. He is an excellent goalkeeper for club and country. Philipp Lahm: A real captain who has excelled at every level, with both Bayern and Germany. He has also performed excellently since Bayern changed coach. Sergio Ramos: Very strong and very good in one-on-one situations. He had an excellent 2013 and the fact he is captain of a club like Real Madrid speaks for itself – not many players can do that at his age. Mats Hummels: Very strong and more than just a central defender. He is a knowledgeable player who can use both feet, who makes very telling passes and who plays with his head. David Alaba: A young but complete left-sided defender. As far as I'm concerned, he is much more than a left-back. He is the prototype of the complete left-back, who is also a real attacking threat. I am impresse ...
L’Equipe Name Their Team Of 2013: Suarez Shunned, Bayern Munich Dominate And Two Man City Players Make The Grade. L’Equipe has produced their own best 11 of the year, with five Bayern Munich players making the cut. The Premier League only sees two entries, courtesy of Man City stars Vincent Kompany and Yaya Touré. The most contentious choice must be Thomas Muller, Bayern’s attacker who is comfortable in any position across the front three or indeed, behind the striker. No doubt many of you will argue for Luis Suarez to get in ahead of the German, or maybe Ibrahimovic? As for the rest of the team, it’s pretty decent. So what do you geniuses think? Goalkeeper: Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich) Right-back: Philippe Lahm (Bayern Munich) Centre-Half: Vincent Kompany (Manchester City) Centre-Half: Thiago Silva (PSG) Left-back: Jordi Alba (Barcelona) Central Midfield: Yaya Touré (Manchester City) Central Midfield: Bastian Schweinsteiger (Bayern Munich) Wide Right: Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) Central At ...
The former Real Madrid playmaker had been struck by illness but made a 30-minute cameo in Germany's 1-1 draw with Italy, and Jogi Low has now decided to trial other personnel Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil will not take part in Germany's friendly clash with England at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday night. ARSENAL LATEST The 25-year-old, who made an appearance off the bench against Italy on Friday, has been withdrawn from the squad, along with Philipp Lahm and Manuel Neuer, as Joachim Low plans to test different personnel at Wembley. "The game against England is the last chance to test tactics and personnel before the World Cup," Low said in a statement. "Lahm, Neuer and Ozil are the absolute core, for me it's important to give other players in key positions a chance to prove themselves against a great team like England." Ozil has recorded the joint-most assists in the Premier League since moving to the Emirates Stadium, helping Arsenal climb to top spot, but was struck by illness this week. Meanwhile, Arsenal d ...
Juan Mata joins Lionel Messi in Current Football World XI Real Madrid have Cristiano Ronaldo. Liverpool have Luis Suarez. Tottenham have Gareth Bale. Borussia Dortmund have Robert Lewandowski. But who are the best eleven players in the world? Goalkeeper – Manuel Neuer – The German national goalkeeper and Champions League winner was a reassuring presence in the German champions’ European success and so deservedly takes the number 1 jersey of our world XI. Right back – Philipp Lahm – Who else? He has been a German and Bayern stalwart for nearly a decade but the Magic Dwarf is showing no signs of a diminishing talent. Undoubtedly the best full back in the game, strong defensively – a surprising rarity for current full backs – and equally adept going forward. Centre back – Thiago Silva – The Brazilian secured a big-money move to French giants Paris Saint-Germain in July 2012 and he has not disappointed his fee of €42 million. He was a key contributor to their Champions League run this seas ...
Why isn't Itumeleng Khune playing for Man United,Real Madrid or Barcelona? Because to me he is the best distributor(Pin-Point) of the ball in the WORLD! And one of the best,IF not the best goalkeeper in the world! Even Gianluigi Buffon,Iker Casillas,Manuel Neuer,Peter Cech and Joe Hart can learn a thing or two from Khune.
Casillas chosen as World’s Top Keeper English newspaper, The Guardian recently released their list of the World’s 100 best footballers and Real Madrid goalkeeper, Iker Casillas captures the honour of the world’s top keeper. By Tom Conn Casillas lands in 12th place in the overall standings, beating out Juventus and Italian International keeper, Gianluigi Buffon and Bayern Munich and German International goalkeeper, Manuel Neuer as the most trusted man between the sticks. The top four players are all from La Liga with Barcelona’s Leo Messi coming at number one, followed by Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo, Andres Iniesta, Xavi Hernandez, PSG’s Zlatan Ibrahimovich at fifth and Atletico Madrid’s Radamel Falcao coming in sixth. The list is dominated by Spanish internationals, with 16 of the 100 hailing from Spain, including; Xavi, Andres Iniesta, Casillas, Sergio Busquets, Xabi Alonso, David Silva, Sergio Ramos, Gerard Piqué, Juan Mata, Cesc Fábregas, Carles Puyol, Jordi Alba, David Villa, Pedr ...
Who wins the Ballon d'or?Drogba’s Champions League exploits for Chelsea could see him as the main contender to the Barcelona and Real Madrid stars, but it will be hard to see past Messi after a season where he scored a record 73 goals.Here is the full list:Sergio Aguero, Mario Balotelli, Yaya Toure (all Manchester City), Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie (both Manchester United), Didier Drogba (Shanghai Shenhua), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (PSG), Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich), Radamel Falcao (Atletico Madrid), Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta, Xavi, Gerard Pique, Sergio Busquets (all Barcelona), Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, Iker Casillas, Mesut Ozil, Sergio Ramos, Xabi Alonso (all Real Madrid, Andrea Pirlo, Gianluigi Buffon (both Juventus), Neymar (Santos).
El Mundo Deportivo saying Real Madrid want to bring in Manuel Neuer or Tim WIese to put pressure on Casillas. Equally good options.
Italian source TuttoMercato claim that Real Madrid have taken an interest in Bayern Munich keeper Manuel Neuer
Love the question. In Euro it's Real Madrid to see Ronaldo sad & Bayern Munich to see Manuel Neuer humble. Half serious...
According to Real Madrid are looking at Manuel Neuer and Joe Hart as potential replacements for Iker Casillas.
Cristiano Ronaldo branded Portugal's 1-0 defeat to Germany in his nation's Euro 2012 opener as "unfair". The Germans controlled large parts of the game but looked distinctly average in front of goal until Gomez rose to head home Sami Khedira’s cross with just over a quarter of an hour remaining. Manuel Neuer's goal then led a charmed life until the end of the match as Portugal staged a late siege, but Ronaldo and his team-mates were ultimately unable to find a leveller. Real Madrid forward Ronaldo was denied by an excellent block from Jerome Boateng in the second half, and felt that his side were very unlucky not come away with at least a point. "My feeling is that this result was unfair," he told Goal.com. "I think we were a bit unlucky, we had the chance to win the match. "We had more chances to score than Germany and it is hard to leave the pitch with a defeat, but we have to stay positive and think about the next matches, which will be crucial for us." The best chance of a tight first-half fell to P ...
Another major tournament, another 90-minute study in the decline of Portugal and their over-reliance on Cristiano Ronaldo. Much has been said of Ronaldo's international rejuvenation under Paulo Bento, but the Real Madrid star was all-too easily neutralized against Germany—as Portugal fell to a 1-0 defeat in Group B. Gone was the precocious, goose-stepping hitman who scored 60 goals last season; in his place, a man with the weight of a fading football nation on his shoulders. Stop Ronaldo and you stop Portugal. It's really that simple, and Germany knew it. According to ESPN stats guru Paul Carr, Ronaldo was limited to just 38 touches in the game—fewer than he had in any game during qualifying. Fewer than nine of his Portugal teammates had in the match. There was a shot parried by Manuel Neuer and a couple of jinking runs, but the image of Ronaldo we were left with at the end of the game said it all. Slumped over, with hands on hips, his frustration was obvious. Another big game on the international sta ...
Yoo... Bastian Schweinsteiger, Justice is served...!! You scored the winning penalty against Real Madrid C.F. at Semi-final even after Madrid deserved to win. Now look here... You missed the penalty, and just for that Chelsea FC won...!! Yippe...!! Happy...Would have been happier if it was Real Madrid... But Chelsea is not bad either...!! Is Robert Di Matteo going to be the Next Jose Mourinho...?? Eager to watch...!! Manuel Neuer, you can't save penalty under pressure... Learn it from Peter Cech...and then to do a higher study on that same topic, well Iker Casillas is dere..!! :D
Doing some searching for Football stuff,and I found a Real Madrid CF shirt and shorts,the adiZero and adiPure boots,and even the shirts of Manuel Neuer and Iker Casillas.
Bayern GK Manuel Neuer revealed that he was confident in keeping out Cristiano Ronaldo's penalty during his club's triumph over Real Madrid.
Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer insists he had done his homework on the way Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo takes penalties.
Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer has revealed that he studied the way Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo likes to take his penalties.
Bayern Munich overcame an early setback at the Santiago Bernabeu to earn the right to play in the final as a 3-1 penalty shootout win over Real Madrid saw the German club progress. The Bavarians found themselves under the cosh straight away as Los Blancos tried to overturn the 2-1 deficit from the first leg. An early Cristiano Ronaldo brace set them on their way but Arjen Robben leveled the tie from the penalty spot just before the half-hour mark. The affair turned cagey in the second half as neither side wanted to over commit and with extra time unable to separate the pair, the match went all the way to penalties. Manuel Neuer saved shots from both Ronaldo and Kaka before Sergio Ramos skied it from 12 yards, allowing Bastian Schweinsteiger the chance to net the winning penalty. Jose Mourinho made only one change from the side that defeated Barcelona at Camp Nou at the weekend with Marcelo replacing Fabio Coentrao at left-back. Jupp Heynckes recalled eight first-team players to the starting XI who were re ...
Strapping blond goalkeeper Manuel Neuer was Bayern Munich's hero on Wednesday night, stopping Real Madrid in a penalty shoot-out after a thrilling Champions League semi-final ended even at 3-3.
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I am a fan of Real Madrid but Bayern Munchen is my favorite club. For those of you that don't know...Bayern just took Madrid out in the Champions League. My cover photo is of Christiano Ronaldo getting denied by my man Manuel Neuer.
Bayern Munich ended Real Madrid's bid for a 10th Europeancrown when they eliminated the Spaniards 3-1 on penalties in a nerve-jangling Champions League semi-final second leg at the Bernabeu on Wednesday. Bayern will play Chelsea in next month's final at their own stadium in Munich after the London club eliminated holders Barcelona 3-2 on aggregate on Tuesday. With the sides locked at 3-3 on aggregate after Real's 2-1 win after extra-time, Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer was the hero for the Bundesliga side when he saved Cristiano Ronaldoand Kaka's spot kicks in a dramatic shootout. Real keeper Iker Casillas then revived Real's hopes by saving efforts from Toni Kroos and Philipp Lahm but after Sergio Ramos skied his penalty over the bar Bastian Schweinsteiger rifled home to send the Bavarians through. "I have not witnessed somethinglike that in 40 years of professional football," said Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. "This tops everything we experienced in the 70s and 80s. Iam very happy and very proud. Th ...
Bayern Munich beat Real Madrid 3-1 on penalties on Wednesday to book its place against Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League final following a memorable contest between two European football giant longtime European rivals. Bayern came to Madrid with a 2-1 lead, but Cristiano Ronaldo looked to have put the home side on its way to the final with two early goals, but just like its Spanish rival Barcelona the evening before, Madrid faltered and Arjen Robben's 27th-minute penalty leveled the score over two legs at 3-3. In the penalty shoot-out, Manuel Neuer saved from Ronaldo and Kaka to put Bayern on course after it had scored its opening two kicks, but counterpart Iker Casillas denied Toni Kroos and Philipp Lahm to drag Madrid back into it. After Xabi Alonso scored Madrid's first, Sergio Ramos sent his shot high over the bar and SeBastian Schweinsteiger sent his effort straight down the middle to ensure four-time champions Bayern will play the final on its home ground. The final is on May 19 at the Allianz Ar ...
Bayern will host the Final of UEFA Champions League in Munich vs Chelsea after winning over Real Madrid in dramatic shootout 3-1. Super save twice by "Manuel Neuer" was the climax of this match. So sorry for both Spanish fan clubs.
Real Madrid attack David Alaba - a converted winger - in the Bayern Munich left-back position again. This time Xabi Xlonso sends a long diagonal pass in behind him to Angel Di Maria. He cuts inside and picks out Karim Benzama, who tees the ball up for Sami Khedira, who shoots tamely, straight at Manuel Neuer to squander an excellent chance from about 10 yards out.
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