April 17, 2011

Drama "El Clasico" volumes two

Drama 'El Clasico' volume two took place at the Santiago Bernabeu as Real Madrid entertain Barcelona at BBVA League continued on Sunday (04/17/2011) pm dawn. Two penalties and a red card coloring game, with the score 1-1 draw.

In the Spanish League match between Real Madrid and Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday (17/04/2011) pm dawn, the ending in a 1-1 draw, Messi opened the scoring in minute 53, Ronaldo back in the last eight minutes.]
Madrid also have to come up with ten players after the beginning of the second half Raul Albiol was expelled for a foul hard on David Villa, which led to the birth of goal for Barca.
Especially for Massey, it was the first time she could break through Jose Mourinho's team who are trained in official matches. Before last night, Argentine striker was played eight times against the squad Mourinho (Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid), but never scored a goal, including when Barca won 5-0 at the Nou Camp last November.

Messi had made on 16 November 2003, when he was only 16 years 145 days, in his debut at the Barcelona first team. However, but the goals that him into the goalpost FC Porto  in a test match.

"Curse" is also experienced in Ronaldo. In his last six games against Barcelona, ​​both with Manchester United and Real Madrid, the Portugal international star was never able to penetrate the goalkeeper Victor Valdes et al.
That means, the world's two best players in unison ending the "curse" in the same way, when both are in action on the ground and the same time, in a classic fight (El Clasico).
With a draw both teams collecting just one point. Barcelona remained atop the standings with 86 points, followed by Madrid in the runner-up position with 78 points. With only five games remaining, the possibility of Barca retain La Liga title is quite large.

8 comments:

  1. I passed this onto my friend who loves soccer.... me... I'm an MLG kind of guy :)

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  2. I'm more of a basketball guy, but football is pretty big here in Portugal, so i just have to deal with it!

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  3. I really wish this sport was bigger in the US....

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  4. i agree with jordan, i love soccer & live in US but not many people care about it here

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