Barcelona sealed 3-1 Victory over Madrid

On January 11 of 2015, Barcelona sealed a hugely important 3-1 victory over Athletic Madrid as they defeated one of their rivals in the Spanish League and that match also marked the start of what was going to be a positive run of successive triumphs for Barcelona.

The latest victory of Barcelona was against Levante as the team of Luis Enrique claimed a 5-0 triumph and it also was the 6th consecutive victory for the squad that wants to get ahead of the table toppers Real Madrid.

Barcelona is going through a very impressive form and Luis Enrique is well aware of this but the Spanish coach of Barcelona wants his team to perform even better as the tactician took the chance to talk about his squad after Barcelona’s 3-1 victory over Villareal in their Spanish Cup match.

“We have seen different versions of the team as the season has progressed, but what a manager is always hoping is for his team to get better and better”. Read more »

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Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez sealed Victory for Barcelona

Goals from Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez sealed the victory of Barcelona when they played against PSG in their last match of the group stages of the Champions League.

Surprisingly enough, it was PSG that took the lead at the 15th minute with an early goal from ZlatanIbrahimovic but the advantage did not last long as Messi equalized moments later and from there on out it was Barcelona that controlled the match and secured the triumph that allowed the Spanish club on climbing to the top spot of Group F with 15 points.

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Jose Right to Play Mind Games

With a squad as deep and talented as Chelsea’s, it should come as no surprise that Jose Mourinho’s men are challenging on all fronts. Despite registering a convincing 3-1 win over Championship high flyers Derby in the League Cup on Tuesday night, topping the Premier League and strolling into the knockout stages of the Champions League, the Portuguese manager is right not to let talk of an unprecedented ‘quadruple’ creep in to Stamford Bridge. Read more »


Germany midfielder Mario Gotze says that the national team are not afraid of facing Spain in the upcoming friendly match. This is one of the high-profile friendlies scheduled for the team, who managed to lift the World Cup in the summer. Gotze scored the winning goal in the final against Argentina. He has come in leaps and bounds since being highly recognised for his talent at Borussia Dortmund. Germany have suffered some high profile defeats against Spain in recent years. The defeat in the Euro 2008 final was followed by a defeat in the World Cup 2010 semifinals. This has prompted talk that a victory in the match would be sweet revenge for Joachim Loew’s team.

Gotze has dispelled those talks by saying that Germany are the current world champions and that they need not fear any opposition or go into matches seeking revenge. Spain are going through a transitional period and are certainly not as strong as they once were. Manager Vicente del Bosque has called up a number of new players to the team, while he will also be missing key individuals like Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas. The Chelsea duo pulled out of the squad at the last moment citing injury problems. Spain managed to win their recent Euro 2016 qualifier against Belarus.

“Those games have nothing to do with the friendly we are about to play. We are not out for revenge. Revenge for what? We are the current world champions. We’re going to be playing against an elite team, one that has dominated world football in recent years. Competing at that level is always a special experience,” said Gotze. “We’re looking forward to this match. Against Spain it’s for certain that you meet a great opponent on a very high technical level,” said Loew to the German FA’s official site.