“Little Boss” scores his first goal for FC Barcelona
It took him seven years to get his goal, but Javier Mascherano made no mistake when he took the penalty last evening against Osasuna which gave Barcelona their 100th goal of the season. Rakitic revealed that he wanted to take the penalty, but Pique told him to let Masche take in. In the end, Rakitic revealed that he was pleased with the decision.
Last evening, FC Barcelona ran rampant at the Camp Nou winning 7-1 to pile pressure on Real Madrid who has a game inside and won’t be looking to lose anytime soon. The last time Real won the league was back in 2012 and this season, they’re not going to go away quietly. They want the league.
Aside from Mascherano scoring his first goal for Barcelona, Messi, Paco and my boy Gomes scored a brace apiece. Gomes made his haters sit down and some of them even had to admit that he have future FCB potential. This is something that I’ve been saying all along. He has potential. He doesn’t need the silly boos everytime he steps on the pitch in the Catalan stripes. All he needs is confidence and the fans are being hard on him. I am tired of him being the scapegoat. I see pass the incredibly nice hair, the great looks, and contagious smile. I see a player (with lots of potentials. Yes, I am stressing on that ‘p’ word!) whenever I see him step on the pitch.
Gomes was my Man of the Match. I am very pleased with his performance. I was happy when I saw Digne in the starting XI.
And I like the bromance that Gomes and Pique have going on. Pique was the one who told Barcelona boo boys to ‘stay at home’ instead of turning up to boo Gomes. Pique is like his big brother.
I’m a sucker for friendship. 🙂
And although Gomes might never share what Neymar has with Messi…
…it’s nice to see them get along. Saw Gomes whispering in Leo’s ear last evening after the Little Magician scored his first goal. ^^
Recent El Clasico
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Lionel Messi scores his 500th goal to win El Clasico
I LOVE THIS TEAM!
Lionel Messi scored his 46th and 47th goals of the season as FC Barcelona beat Real Madrid 3-2 at the Bernabéu. But it was no easy feat.
Casemiro put Madrid ahead in the 28th minute, but Barcelona was not going to sit down and let their rivals run the show. Messi latches onto a pass from Rakitic and darts pass Carvajal before driving his shot low under Keylor Navas to put Barcelona at 1-1. Casemiro was even lucky to be still on the pitch after bringing down Leo.
The second half was equally fast-paced. Rakitic scored a STUNNER to put Barcelona ahead, but James had other plans when he pulled Madrid equal in the 85th minute after Ramos got sent off for a disgusting tackle on Messi. But Leo was not finished yet. In the 92nd minute, he scored his 500th goal for the club.
Yes, the yellow card was worth it! Leo couldn’t contain his passion and I
And I also want to give kudos to my boy Andre Gomes for his part in Leo’s 500th goal. Gomes is someone I’ve been throwing my support behind since day one because I know what the kid is capable of. He had a good match today and I am pleased. Leo is now the top scorer of El Clasico. He also has the most La Liga goals and assists.
CONGRATS ON YOUR 500TH LEO! HERE’S TO LOTS MORE!
“All the glory and honor to you God. Nothing’s impossible for the one who believes in You.” Neymar
Last evening, FC Barcelona sent the footballing world into a frenzy after pulling off the impossible: overturning a 4-0 deficit in the history of football. No other teams had ever done so previously!
Touted as the greatest comeback in football history, FCB showed the world why they’re FCB. Their 6-1 was a far cry from the 4-0 defeat away to PSG a few weeks ago. With two goals from Neymar, one from Leo, one from Roberto, the opener from Luis and the own goal from Kurzawa, FCB happily booked their ticket to the quarters. Edinson Cavani was the only goal scorer for the Parisien side.
Football isn’t only about kicking a ball around the pitch for 90 plus minutes to win the game. It’s also about the professional conduct of the players and the little gestures that they show their fans.
Yesterday, six-year-old Murtaza met his hero for the first time and it took social media by storm. It started when a series of tweets showed the little boy playing football in a plastic bag Argentina #10 jersey. This story touched millions of hearts even Leo who wanted to get in touch with the child.
Leo eventually sent Murtaza his national team and club jerseys respectively and they finally met yesterday in Doha where Barcelona was present for a friendly against Al Ahli. Barcelona won 5-3, but the result didn’t matter. At least not for me where little Murtaza was concerned.
Remember Murtaza Ahmadi? No? Allow me to jog your memory:
The little dear heart finally got to meet Leo in Doha today. Barcelona is in Doha for a friendly match today against Al Ahli.
Moments like these are what I live for in the beautiful game!
It’s going to be a moment he’ll always remember!
I live for moments like these! ❤
The Uruguay international has recently made a very heart-warming gesture to a child suffering from Cri du Chat syndrome.
When the Barcelona superstar heard that Aaron, a youngster who suffers from the rare genetic disorder, had dreamt of meeting him, he invited him down to Uruguay’s training complex in Canelones.
Whilst there, Suarez took the time out from preparations for Uruguay’s World Cup qualifier in Chile, to greet Aaron and spend time with him.
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PSG defender Serge Aurier helped save the life of one of his opponents during Ivory Coast’s win over Mali.
Moussa Doumbia collapsed during the early stages of the World Cup qualifier between the west African rivals and is said to have started swallowing his tongue.
Right back Aurier was quick to put Doumbia on his side to help him and later visited the player in hospital.
‘Doumbia fell and was swallowing his own tongue and Serge was one of the first to arrive and help,’ said Mali boss Fousseni Diawara.
‘That’s when Aurier, with one of our players, quickly put him on his side and pulled out his tongue, because he was about to lose his life.’
‘There is one thing nobody is talking about, which is the manner in which he helped a Malian on the pitch.’
Via Dail Mail
*** And he didn’t need a green card for his heroic deed!