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August 28, 2016

Claudio Bravo signs Manchester City

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On Thursday, Spanish football club FC Barcelona announced their first-choice goalkeeper, Claudio Bravo, was sold to English club Manchester City F.C. for €18 million on a four-year deal. Manchester City is obliged to pay €2 million as add-ons.

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33-year-old Claudio Bravo joined the Catalonians in the 2014 summer transfer window from Real Sociedad to replace Víctor Valdés. Bravo conceded only 43 goals in 75 matches overall, 72 La Liga matches, for the club.

In 2014, Bravo did not concede a single goal in nine consecutive league matches and set a new La Liga record for consecutive minutes without a concession. That season, he conceded only eighteen goals and won the Zamora Trophy awarded to the goalkeeper with the lowest goal-conceded-per-match ratio. He was named in the La Liga Team of the Season.

In two seasons at Camp Nou, Bravo won eight trophies — two La Liga titles, two Copa del Reys, and one each of UEFA Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup, UEFA Super Cup, and Super Copa de España. Last year, Bravo led Chile to their maiden Copa América title and successfully defended the title this year in the Centenario edition of the tournament. He was named Goalkeeper of the Tournament in both tournaments.

After signing Manchester City, Bravo said, “It is not easy to leave a club like Barcelona where I had two fantastic years, but the opportunity to work with Pep Guardiola was too good to refuse.”

Earlier on Thursday, Barcelona announced signing Dutch goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen from AFC Ajax for €13 million.

Bravo faces Barcelona in the Champions League group stage, as the draw on Thursday placed Barcelona and Manchester City both in Group C.



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July 7, 2016

Fernando Torres signs contract extension with Atlético Madrid

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Spanish footballer Fernando Torres has signed a one-year contract extension with the capital-based club Atlético Madrid, the club announced on Monday.

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Torres joined Atlético Madrid’s academy aged eleven and made his debut appearance for the rojiblancos in 2001. Torres spent six seasons with Atlético, then transferred to Liverpool F.C., then Chelsea FC.

After the signing, 32-year old striker said, “I’m delighted to continue at home, the only place where I ever wanted to be, and it has finally come true.”((es))

Last season, Torres scored twelve goals in all competitions and crossed the landmark of 100 goals for the Atleti. Atlético were third in the La Liga table and faced a defeat in the UEFA Champions League against their city rivals Real Madrid. Torres has won 2010 FIFA World Cup and two UEFA European Championships in 2008 and 2012 with Spain.

Last month, Frenchman Antoine Griezmann signed a contract extension with Atlético Madrid which runs until the end of June 2021.


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June 24, 2016

Griezmann signs contract extension with Atlético Madrid

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Yesterday, Spanish capital club Atlético Madrid announced the contract extension of 25-year-old French forward Antoine Griezmann. Griezmann has played for the Rojiblancos for two seasons and now the current contract runs through June 2021.

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Cquote1.svg The club has a solid intention of keeping all its key players and Antoine is one of them Cquote2.svg

—José Luis Caminero, Atlético Madrid’s sporting director

Griezmann joined Atlético from Real Sociedad in 2014. Since then, the Frenchman has scored 57 goals, including 44 La Liga goals. He was Atlético Madrid’s top scorer for two consecutive years. Last month, he played the UEFA Champions League final against city rivals Real Madrid and scored seven goals in reaching the final.

After the contract extension, Atlético’s sporting director José Luis Caminero praised the Frenchman and said “The club has a solid intention of keeping all its key players and Antoine is one of them”((es)).

Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo reported Griezmann’s release clause will rise to €100 million.


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June 4, 2016

Alves to leave FC Barcelona

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Alves to leave FC Barcelona

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On Thursday, FC Barcelona technical secretary Robert Fernández announced Brazillian football defender Dani Alves would leave the club this summer as a free agent.

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Alves spent eight seasons with the Catalonians when the club signed him from Sevilla FC. Making his debut for Barça in 2008, Alves played 391 matches and he played the second most games of any foreign player in the Catalan jersey after Lionel Messi. In his last league appearance for Barça, he provided an assist to Luis Suárez which was Alves’s 100th assist in La Liga.

Alves won 23 trophies with Barclona — six La Liga, four Copa del Rey, four Supercopa de España, three UEFA Champions League, three UEFA Super Cups and three FIFA Club World Cups.

Last season Alves extended his contract, as FC Barcelona had a transfer ban imposed by FIFA. Robert Fernández said in the press conference that Alexis Vidal was signed with awareness of Alves’s possible departure. He also said, “This is personal decision that the club has to accept”.

Alves posted on Instagram saying, “I’m privileged, a hard-working and honourable footballer who’s been lucky enough to wear the shirt of the best club in the world in a wonderful decade for the club thanks to the quality of its players and coaches”((es)).

FC Barcelona has invited him to address club supporters at the 2016–17 season start in farewell.



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February 20, 2016

Messi becomes the first player to score 300 goals in La Liga

Messi becomes the first player to score 300 goals in La Liga

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FC Barcelona football star Lionel Messi became the first player to score 300 goals in La Liga competitions as he scored a brace against Sporting Gijón in an away match at El Molinon and his tally reached 301 on Wednesday. Barcelona defeated Gijon 3–1 and leads the La Liga table.

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Messi scored a long range goal in the 25th minute of the game. He has scored 173 goals at Camp Nou and 128 goals in away stadium, most against Madrid based club Atlético Madrid (21).

Eleven years ago, 17-year-old Messi scored his first goal against Albacete Balompié on May 1, 2005 and took 154 games to reach 100 goals landmark. Last season, he broke the record of Telmo Zarra who scored 251 goals. He became third player in the top five European leagues to have scored more than 300 goals. Of his 301 goals, he has scored 240 goals from his left foot, 48 with his right, twelve headers and one with his hand mimicking Diego Maradona‘s Hand of God.

The five-time FIFA Ballon d’Or winner is also the top scorer of the Spanish Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup. His team-mate Luis Suárez has also scored five goals in the Club World Cup.

Messi could have reached this milestone in the previous La Liga match, where he decided to trick the goalkeeper and passed the ball from the penalty spot, Suárez scoring it against Celta de Vigo.



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FC Barcelona football star Lionel Messi became the first player to score 300 goals in La Liga competitions as he scored a brace against Sporting Gijón in an away match at El Molinon and his tally reached 301 on Wednesday. Barcelona defeated Gijon 3–1 and leads the La Liga table.

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Messi scored a long range goal in the 25th minute of the game. He has scored 173 goals at Camp Nou and 128 goals in away stadia, most — 21 — against Madrid-based club Atlético Madrid.

Eleven years ago on May 1, Messi at the age of 17 scored his first goal against Albacete Balompié. He reached 100 goals after 154 games. Last season, he broke the record of Telmo Zarra who scored 251 goals. He became the third player in the top five European leagues to score more than 300 goals. Of his 301 goals, he has scored 240 goals with his left foot, 48 with his right, twelve headers, and one with his hand mimicking Diego Maradona‘s “Hand of God“.

The five-time FIFA Ballon d’Or winner is also the top scorer of the Spanish Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, and UEFA Super Cup. His team-mate Luis Suárez has also scored five goals in the Club World Cup.

Messi had an opportunity to attempt this milestone in the previous La Liga match, where he instead tricked the goalkeeper by passing the ball from the penalty spot, Suárez scoring it against Celta de Vigo.



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February 15, 2016

Messi passes from penalty for Suárez\’s hat-trick as Barça beat Celta 6-1

Messi passes from penalty for Suárez’s hat-trick as Barça beat Celta 6-1

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Yesterday, Barcelona star Lionel Messi made a risky pass from the penalty spot to Luis Suárez, as Suárez completed his hat-trick against Celta Vigo, and Barça defeated them 6–1 in a La Liga match at Camp Nou. Suárez climbed to the top spot for the La Liga top scorer, scoring 23 goals, and FC Barcelona are unbeaten in their last 30 games in all competitions. Messi missed his chance of scoring his 300th goal of the Liga.

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Cquote1.svg You can take a penalty like that, it’s legal and there’s a Cruyff penalty we all know. Cquote2.svg

—Luis Enrique

The match saw four yellow cards, all for the Celta Vigo players. A total of 23 fouls were committed during the match. The Blaugrana had eleven shots on target as compared to Vigo’s four. Gustavo Cabral was the first one to be booked in the game in the eleventh minute.

Messi opened the scoring for the Catalans in the 28th minute. Carles Planas was booked for a bad foul, and Messi won a free-kick, which he successfully converted into the goal, scoring his 299th goal in La Liga games. About ten minutes later, Jordi Alba brought down Swedish striker John Guidetti in the penalty area, and the visitors got a chance to equalise from penalty. Guidetti scored from the penalty spot making the score 1–1 before the half time. Hugo Mallo was booked in the 42nd minute. The first half ended 1–1 with three bookings in 45 minutes.

Messi, in the 59th mminute assisted Suárez via a through ball, as the Uruguayan scored the second goal and Barcelona were leading again. Two substitutions were made in the 61st minute for the home side. Aleix Vidal came for Dani Alves and Sergi Roberto was replaced by Ivan Rakitić. Celta made a change in the 65th minute as Marcelo Díaz was subbed-in for Pablo Hernández.

Neymar’s shot, in 75th minute was blocked by Alvares, assist from Messi, but Suárez netted his second of the night as Barcelona were 3–1 up. 78th minute saw two substitutions. Dejan Drazic replaced Guidetti, and Arda Turan came for Andrés Iniesta.

Josep Señé brought down Messi in the 81st minute in the penalty area, and Messi won a penalty kick. The Argentine passed from the spot, and Suárez completed his hat-trick. A similar type of goal was scored by the Dutch legend Johan Cyruff playing for Ajax AFC.

Rakitić scored the fifth goal in the 84th minute from a through ball assist from Suárez, just a minute later after Pape Cheikh was subbed off Daniel Wass. In the injury time, Neymar netted a goal, assist from Suárez as the MSN trio appeared on he scoresheet. The match ended 6–1.

After the match, Barcelona manager Luis Enrique said “There will be those who like it and those who don’t.” “You can take a penalty like that, it’s legal and there’s a Cruyff penalty we all know.”

A similar penalty attempt was made by Thierry Henry for Arsenal F.C. in 2005 but it did not work out.



February 14, 2016
FC Barcelona 6–1 Celta Vigo Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance: 72,580
Referee: Flag of Spain.svg Alejandro José Hernández Hernández, Spain
Scored after 28 minutes 28′ Lionel Messi
Scored after 59', 75', 81 minutes 59′, 75′, 81′ Luis Suárez
Scored after 84 minutes 84′ Ivan Rakitić
Scored after 90+1 minutes 90+1′ Neymar
(1–1) HT Scored after 39 minutes 39′ (pen.) John Guidetti
Booked after 11 minutes 11′ Gustavo Cabral
Booked after 26 minutes 26′ Carles Planas
Booked after 42 minutes 42′ Hugo Mallo
Booked after 74 minutes 74′ Josep Señé

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Yesterday, Barcelona football star Lionel Messi made a risky pass from the penalty spot to Luis Suárez, setting up the completion of a Suárez hat-trick against Celta Vigo, and Barça defeated them 6–1 in a La Liga match at Camp Nou. Suárez climbed to the top spot for La Liga this season, scoring 23 goals, and FC Barcelona are unbeaten in their last 30 games in all competitions. By passing to Suárez, Messi missed an opportunity to attempt his 300th goal in the Liga.

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Cquote1.svg You can take a penalty like that, it’s legal and there’s a Cruyff penalty we all know. Cquote2.svg

—Luis Enrique

The match saw four yellow cards, all for the Celta Vigo players. Barça had eleven shots on target as compared to Vigo’s four. Gustavo Cabral was the first booked in the game in the eleventh minute.

Messi opened the scoring for the Catalans in the 28th minute. Carles Planas was booked for a bad foul, and Messi won a free-kick, which he successfully converted into the goal, scoring his 299th goal in La Liga games. About ten minutes later, Jordi Alba brought down Swedish striker John Guidetti in the penalty area, and the visitors got a chance to equalise from penalty. Guidetti scored from the penalty spot making the score 1–1 before the half time. Hugo Mallo was booked in the 42nd minute. The first half ended 1–1 with three bookings in 45 minutes.

Messi in the 59th mminute assisted Suárez via a through ball, as the Uruguayan scored the team’s second goal and Barcelona were leading again. Two substitutions were made in the 61st minute for the home side. Aleix Vidal came for Dani Alves and Sergi Roberto was replaced by Ivan Rakitić. Celta made a change in the 65th minute as Marcelo Díaz was subbed-in for Pablo Hernández.

Neymar’s shot in the 75th minute was blocked, assist from Messi, but Suárez netted his second of the night and Barcelona were 3–1 up. The 78th minute saw two substitutions. Dejan Drazic replaced Guidetti, and Arda Turan came for Andrés Iniesta.

Messi was fouled around the 81st minute in the penalty area, and won a penalty kick. The Argentine passed from the spot, and Suárez completed his hat-trick. A similar type of goal was scored by the Dutch legend Johan Cruyff playing for Ajax AFC in 1982.

Rakitić scored the fifth goal in the 84th minute from a through ball assist from Suárez, just a minute later after Pape Cheikh was subbed off Daniel Wass. In the injury time, Neymar netted a goal, assist from Suárez. The match ended 6–1.

After the match, Barcelona manager Luis Enrique said “There will be those who like it and those who don’t […] You can take a penalty like that, it’s legal and there’s a Cruyff penalty we all know.”

A similar penalty attempt by Thierry Henry for Arsenal F.C. in 2005 did not work out.



February 14, 2016
FC Barcelona 6–1 Celta Vigo Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance: 72,580
Referee: Flag of Spain.svg Alejandro José Hernández Hernández, Spain
Scored after 28 minutes 28′ Lionel Messi
Scored after 59', 75', 81–82 minutes 59′, 75′, 81–82′ Luis Suárez
Scored after 84 minutes 84′ Ivan Rakitić
Scored after 90+1 minutes 90+1′ Neymar
(1–1) HT Scored after 39–40 minutes 39–40′ (pen.) John Guidetti
Booked after 11 minutes 11′ Gustavo Cabral
Booked after 26–27 minutes 26–27′ Carles Planas
Booked after 42 minutes 42′ Hugo Mallo
Booked after 74 minutes 74′ Josep Señé

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January 10, 2016

Messi scores hat-trick as Barça becomes table toppers

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On Saturday, FC Barcelona collected three points defeating Granada based football club Granada CF 4–0 at Camp Nou in Barcelona in a La Liga league and became league leaders again.

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Barcelona had greater ball possession. The match saw five yellow cards. Four away players and Alexis Vidal of Barcelona were yellow carded. A total of 33 were committed in the match. Lionel Messi scored the first goal of the match in the 8th minute, assisted by the debutant Arda Turan. Minutes later, Uruguayan Luis Suárez assisted Messi and he netted second goal in the 12th minute. Rubén Rochina was the first player to be booked in the 29th minute. First half ended in 2–0 with one yellow card shown.

Cquote1.svg I’m very satisfied with how the team played. Cquote2.svg

—Luis Enrique

In the second half Edgar Méndez and David Lombán of Granada were booked in 56th and 57th minute. In the next minute, Sergi Roberto assisted Brazilian Neymar who tried to net a goal was saved, but the ball deflected through crossbar, and Messi, controlling the ball scored the third goal of the match, completing his hat-trick.

Dória was yellow carded at the 60th minute. Three minuted later, former Alex Vidal, who also debuted for Blaugrana was yellow carded for a bad foul. Neymar, in 83rd minute scored the fourth goal of the match assisted by Suárez.

After the match, Barcelona boss Luis Enrique said “I’m very satisfied with how the team played. Everybody was focused from the beginning and the players knew how important it was to win these three points.”

On the other side, Zinedine Zidane, who was recently appointed as Real Madrid’s new manager secured three points in a 5–0 win against Deportivo with Welsh winger Gareth Bale scoring a hat-trick as well.



January 9, 2016
FC Barcelona 4–0 Granada CF Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance: 70,720
Referee: Flag of Spain.svg Carlos Velasco Carballo, Spain
Scored after 8 minutes 8′ Lionel Messi
Scored after 14 minutes 14′ Lionel Messi
Scored after 58 minutes 58′ Lionel Messi
Scored after 83 minutes 83′ Neymar
Booked after 63 minutes 63′ Aleix Vidal
(2–0) HT Booked after 29 minutes 29′ Rubén Rochina
Booked after 56 minutes 56′ Edgar Méndez
Booked after 57 minutes 57′ David Lombán
Booked after 60 minutes 60′ Doria

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Yesterday, FC Barcelona collected three points defeating Granada-based football club Granada CF 4–0 at Camp Nou in Barcelona in a La Liga match and became league leaders again.

File photo of Lionel Messi, who scored the hat-trick
Image: L.F.Salas.

Barcelona had greater ball possession. The match saw five yellow cards. Four away players and Alexis Vidal of Barcelona were yellow carded. More than thirty fouls were committed in the match. Lionel Messi scored the first goal of the match in the 8th minute, assisted by debutant Arda Turan. Minutes later, Uruguayan Luis Suárez assisted Messi and he netted the second goal in the 14th minute. Rubén Rochina was the first player to be booked in the 29th minute. First half ended in 2–0 with one yellow card shown.

Cquote1.svg I’m very satisfied with how the team played. Cquote2.svg

—Luis Enrique

In the second half Edgar Méndez and David Lombán of Granada were booked in 56th and 57th minute. In the next minute, Sergi Roberto assisted Brazilian Neymar whose try to net a goal was saved, but the ball deflected and Messi scored the third goal of the match, completing his hat-trick.

Dória was yellow carded at the 60th minute. Three minuted later, Alex Vidal was yellow carded for a bad foul. Neymar, in the 83rd minute, scored the fourth goal of the match assisted by Suárez.

After the match, Barcelona manager Luis Enrique said “I’m very satisfied with how the team played. Everybody was focused from the beginning and the players knew how important it was to win these three points.”

Also yesterday Zinedine Zidane, recently appointed Real Madrid’s new manager, secured a 5–0 win against Deportivo with Welsh winger Gareth Bale scoring a hat-trick as well.



January 9, 2016
FC Barcelona 4–0 Granada CF Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance: 70,720
Referee: Flag of Spain.svg Carlos Velasco Carballo, Spain
Scored after 8 minutes 8′ Lionel Messi
Scored after 14 minutes 14′ Lionel Messi
Scored after 58 minutes 58′ Lionel Messi
Scored after 83 minutes 83′ Neymar
Booked after 63 minutes 63′ Aleix Vidal
(2–0) HT Booked after 29 minutes 29′ Rubén Rochina
Booked after 56 minutes 56′ Edgar Méndez
Booked after 57 minutes 57′ David Lombán
Booked after 60 minutes 60′ Doria

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