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November 23, 2015

Barça thrashes Real Madrid 4-0 in first El Clásico 2015/2016

Barça thrashes Real Madrid 4-0 in first El Clásico 2015/2016

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On Saturday, Catalonia based football club FC Barcelona defeated their arch rivals Real Madrid 4–0 at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid in a Spanish La Liga match.

File photo of Andrés Iniesta, who won the man of the match award.
Image: Илья Хохлов.

Barça had greater ball possession. The match saw five yellow cards and one red card. Three Madrid players were yellow carded with a total of 23 fouls committed in the match.

Uruguayan striker Luis Suárez scored the first goal of the match in the 11th minute by an assist from Sergi Roberto. The first booking came in the 23rd minute. James Rodríguez went down in the booking list. The first substitution of the match came in the 27th minute when Argentine Mascherano got injured and Frenchman Jérémy Mathieu was substituted in for him.

Right back Dani Alves was booked in the 31st minute for his foul on Cristiano Ronaldo. During that foul, Alves got injured and the match was interrupted for a while. In the 39th minute, Neymar assisted by Andrés Iniesta doubled the lead for the Catalonians. The first half ended 2–0 with Barcelona leading in the El Clásico. Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos was shown the yellow card in the 51th minute. Two minutes later, Neymar assisted Iniesta who scored in the top right corner making the score 3–0 for the visitors.

Isco was substituted in for James Rodríguez for Los Blancos in the 55th minute. Two minutes later, Lionel Messi was sustituted in for Croatian Ivan Rakitić after two months of knee injury. Daniel Carvajal replaced Brazilian Marcelo in the 59th minute. This was Messi’s first appearence since September 26.

Jordi Alba assisted Suárez in the 74th minute and he scored in the left corner. Iniesta was substituted off at the 77th minute for Munir El Haddadi and got a standing ovation from the Bernabéu croud.

Further in the match, Carvajal was yellow carded in the 83rd minute and Isco was red carded in the next minute. Two extra minutes were added in which Sergio Busquets was booked for a foul.

Barcelona had 87% passing accuracy as compared to 83% of Los Blancos. Andrés Iniesta was awarded as man of the match. Neymar remains the top scorer of 2015–16 La Liga with twelve goals.

Barcelona got 6 points clear of Real Madrid and is at the top of the La Liga table.



November 21
Real Madrid 0 – 4 F.C. Barcelona Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
Attendance: 80,500
Referee: Flag of Spain.svg David Fernández Borbalán, Spain
Sent off after 84' 84′ Isco
Booked after 23 minutes 23′ James Rodríguez
Booked after 51 minutes 51′ Sergio Ramos
Booked after 83 minutes 83′ Daniel Carvajal
(0–2) HT Scored after 11 minutes 11′ Luis Suárez
Scored after 39 minutes 39′ Neymar
Scored after 53 minutes 53′ Andrés Iniesta
Scored after 74 minutes 74′ Luis Suárez
Booked after 31 minutes 31′ Dani Alves
Booked after 90+2 minutes 90+2′ Sergio Busquets

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August 16, 2015

Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 Stoke City

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On Saturday, Tottenham-based football club Tottenham Hotspur drew 2–2 to Stoke-on-Trent-based football club Stoke City which was held in White Hart Lane stadium in the 2015-16 Premier League match.

Spurs had a slightly greater possession (53%) of the ball against Stoke. The match saw only four yellow cards, two each club players. A total of 26 fouls were committed in the match. 15 were committed by the Suprs’ players.

Spurs dominated the first half of the match, by scoring two goals. 21-year-old Eric Dier scored the first goal of the match in the 19th minute. Spurs did not give any chance to The Potters to find the net. Belgian Chadli doubled the lead in the injury time. Joselu debuted for Stoke and was substituted in at the 59th minute of the game. Irish Stephen Ireland was also substituted in for Stoke, and then, there was a change in the game.

In the 78th minute of the game, Stoke won a penalty because of a foul committed in the penalty box. Austrian Marko Arnautović converted the penalty into goal scoring it in bottom right corner. In about five minutes, Stoke City, who were 2–1 down, became 2–2. Senegalese Diouf scored a close-ranged header in the bottom right corner.

Harry Kane created space on the pitch, but could not find a net. This late goal by Diouf gave both the clubs get one point each. Since Xherdan Shaqiri was suspended back in Inter Milan, he could not join the starting eleven.

Spurs’ head coach Pochettino said “In football it’s never closed until the final whistle – It’s disappointing. The team played very well for 70 minutes and the penalty changed the game a little bit. “We need to be optimistic, look forward and keep working. From my position it was difficult to see what happened, I don’t know if it was a penalty or not, but until this moment we played really well and created chances.”

Stoke’s manager Mark Hughes said “I’m delighted with the second-half performance, it wasn’t a complete 90-minute performance, but delighted to take the point.”



August 15, 2015
Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 Stoke City F.C. White Hart Lane, Tottenham
Attendance: 36,004
Referee: Robert Madley (The Football Association)
Eric Dier Scored after 19 minutes 19′
Nacer Chadli Scored after 45+2 minutes 45+2′
Marko Arnautović Scored after 78 minutes 78′ (pen.)
Mame Biram Diouf Scored after 83 minutes 83′

Tottenham Hotspur
Stoke City

 

  Assists

2     1

  Free kicks

13     19

  Penalties

0     1
Fouls committed in The Spurs vs The Potters

  Offsides Offside icon.svg

3     3

  Fouls Whistle icon.svg

15     11

  Bookings Yellow-red card.svg

2     2
0     0
Tottenham Hotspur vs Stoke City

  Saves

5     5

  Blocks

2     4

  Clearences

19     14
Tottenham Hotspur vs Stoke City

Possession

53%
47%


  Goals

2     2

  Total Shots

9     14

  Shots on target

7     7

  Shots off target

7     7

  Crosses

9     19

  Corners

4     3

  Throw ins

30     20

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August 15, 2015

FC Barcelona defeats Sevilla FC 5-4 to win UEFA Super Cup 2015

FC Barcelona defeats Sevilla FC 5-4 to win UEFA Super Cup 2015

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On Wednesday, Catalonia-based football club FC Barcelona defeated Seville-based football club Sevilla 5–4 to win the 2015 UEFA Super Cup. The match was held in Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena in the city of Tbilisi, Georgia. Pedro, who may leave for Manchester United, scored the winning goal of the match in the 115th minute. This was the fifth UEFA Super cup won by Barcelona.

Barcelona had stronger possession of the ball in front of Sevilla. The match saw nine yellow cards, four for Barcelona players and five for Sevilla players. A total of 41 fouls were committed in the match. A total of nine goals were scored in the match, with the first goal scored in the opening minutes of the game.

Barcelona defender Mascherano committed a foul in the 2nd minute and thus Sevilla got a free kick. Banega converted the free kick into goal in the 3rd minute of the game. Minutes later, Sevilla’s Krychowiak committed a foul and this early lead was soon equalised as Barcelona forward Lionel Messi scored a similar style free kick.

Krychowiak received a yellow card in the 14th minute and Barca were awarded another free kick for Banega’s foul on Rakitić. Leo Messi converted this free kick into a goal, giving the lead to Barcelona after 16 minutes of game play. This was Messi’s 36th goal in 37 games in 2015.

Minutes before half time, Luis Suárez assisted Rafinha and the Brazilian tripled the lead for the Catalans. First half ended with scoreline 3–1 with only one booking.

Within ten minutes of the second half, Suárez scored the fourth goal in the 52nd making it a one-sided match. Five minutes later, Reyes scored a close ranged shot making the score 4–2. In the 63rd minute, Andrés Iniesta was substituted off for Sergi Roberto. Iniesta made his 550th appearance for Barcelona. After this substitution, the goal difference kept on dropping. In the 71st minute, Mathieu was booked for a foul on Vitolo. Referee awarded a penalty kick for Sevilla. Gameiro perfectly converted it into a goal making it 4–3.

Within the next ten minutes, Sevilla equalised with Barcelona. Konoplyanka scored an easy tap-in to bring Sevilla from 4–1 to 4–4. Within half an hour, the one-sided match changed into a tensed match.

Coke in the 87th minute and Banega in the 90+2 minute were booked for committing foul on Suárez. The game ended in 4–4. And thus it was extended to additional time.

Additional time saw five more yellow cards. Pedro was substituted in for Mascherano in the 93rd minute and in the next minute, he received a yellow card for foul on Vitolo. Barcelona won a free kick in the dying minutes of the game. Messi’s kick became an indirect assist to Pedro who netted it in the top corner. It was the winning goal of the game.

This was Pedro’s 99th goal in the Catalonia jersey. By this victory, Barcelona joined A.C. Milan as the most successful club. Both the teams have earned the title five times. This trophy was Messi’s and Iniesta’s 25th trophy with Barcelona. Messi was awarded Man of the match. After the match, he said, “We are delighted to start the season with this win, but it was tough […] The most important thing was to win the Super Cup to start well. Now we think of the Spanish Super Cup against Athletic Club”.

On Tuesday, Pedro was asked if he was leaving Barcelona. He replied “The answer is no. But it is a difficult, complicated situation. When you know you may leave it is difficult.” Pedro said it wan’t about money but the playing time. Pedro said “The truth is that I had a good chance to play. The coach has decided not to count on me. I don’t know, I don’t know if I will continue here […] Manchester? Yes, there are nice challenges on all sides. Today I’m here, and I’m happy […] And if I go, I will go with my head held high having always given everything.”



August 11, 2015
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Barcelona 5–4 (a.e.t.) Sevilla Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena, Tbilisi
Referee: Willie Collum (Scotland)
Messi Scored after 7', 16 minutes 7′, 16′
Rafinha Scored after 44 minutes 44′
Suárez Scored after 52 minutes 52′
Pedro Scored after 115 minutes 115′
Banega Scored after 3 minutes 3′
Reyes Scored after 57 minutes 57′
Gameiro Scored after 72 minutes 72′ (pen.)
Konoplyanka Scored after 81 minutes 81′

FC Barcelona

 

Sevilla FC

 

GK 1 Marc-André ter Stegen
6 Dani Alves Booked after 120 minutes 120′
3 Gerard Piqué
14 Javier Mascherano Substituted off after 93 minutes 93′
24 Jérémy Mathieu Booked after 71 minutes 71′
4 Ivan Rakitić
5 Sergio Busquets Booked after 117 minutes 117′
8 Andrés Iniesta (c) Substituted off after 63 minutes 63′
10 Lionel Messi
9 Luis Suárez
12 Rafinha Substituted off after 78 minutes 78′
Substitutes:
GK 13 Claudio Bravo
15 Marc Bartra Substituted on after 78 minutes 78′
21 Adriano
20 Sergi Roberto Substituted on after 63 minutes 63′
7 Pedro Booked after 94 minutes 94′ Substituted on after 93 minutes 93′
29 Sandro Ramírez
31 Munir El Haddadi
Manager:
Luis Enrique
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GK 13 Beto
23 Coke Booked after 87 minutes 87′
3 Adil Rami
4 Grzegorz Krychowiak Booked after 14 minutes 14′
2 Benoît Trémoulinas
7 Michael Krohn-Dehli Booked after 120 minutes 120′
19 Éver Banega Booked after 90+2 minutes 90+2′
10 José Antonio Reyes (c) Substituted off after 68 minutes 68′
8 Vicente Iborra Substituted off after 80 minutes 80′
20 Vitolo
9 Kévin Gameiro Substituted off after 80 minutes 80′
Substitutes:
GK 1 Sergio Rico
25 Mariano Substituted on after 80 minutes 80′
12 Gaël Kakuta
16 Luismi
17 Denis Suárez
22 Yevhen Konoplyanka Substituted on after 68 minutes 68′
11 Ciro Immobile Booked after 92 minutes 92′ Substituted on after 80 minutes 80′
Manager:
Unai Emery
Possession
62%
38%

  Goals

5     4

  Total Attempts

24     17

  On target

10     6

  Off target

7     6

  Blocked

7     5

  Against Woodwork

1   0

  Passes attempted

795     407

  Accuracy %

90%     83%

  Offsides

3     4

  Corners

8     4

  Fouls

20     21

  Yellow cards

4     5

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August 10, 2015

Manchester United defeats Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 in Premier League 2015/2016

Manchester United defeats Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 in Premier League 2015/2016

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On Saturday, Manchester-based football club Manchester United defeated Tottenham-based football club Tottenham Hotspur 1–0 in Old Trafford stadium in Greater Manchester.

Both the teams had 50% possession of the ball. The match saw only five yellow cards, two for The Red Devils and three for away players. A total of 24 fouls were committed in the match, twelve by each side.

In the 22nd minute, Tottenham’s Kyle Walker scored an own goal which gave Manchester United three win-points. Manchester United’s defender Chris Smalling was awarded Man of The Match. Harry Kane displayed his skill during the game, but did not score.

Manchester United had five players debutants: Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Romero, French defender Morgan Schneiderlin, Italian full back Matteo Darmian, 21-year-old Dutch winger Memphis Depay, and ex-Bayern Munich midfeilder Bastian Schweinsteiger who was substituted in at the 60th minute.

After the match, Walker said, “I tried to stick my foot in the way so that [Rooney would] kick my foot instead of the ball, so it’s a bit unlucky really as I’d made up a lot of ground to get there.”

Louis van Gaal, manager of Manchester United, said of Spaniard David de Gea, “I’m not the most important part. The most important part is the player and the club who wants to buy him. He’s our best player for the past two or three years so we cannot let him go so easily. We want to sell at the same level as we pay. We want to keep him of course.”




August 8, 2015
Manchester United 1–0 Tottenham Hotspur Old Trafford, Greater Manchester
Attendance: 75,261
Referee: Jonathan Moss (The Football Association)
Juan Mata Booked after 90 minutes 90′
Bastian Schweinsteiger Booked after 69 minutes 69′
Kyle Walker Scored after 22 minutes 22′ (o.g.)
Jan Vertonghen Booked after 27 minutes 27′
Eric Dier Booked after 76 minutes 76′
Dele Alli Booked after 90+1 minutes 90+1′

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August 8, 2015

Manchester United defeats Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 in the first match of Barclays Premier League 2015/2016

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On Saturday, Manchester-based football club Manchester United defeated Tottenham-based football club Tottenham Hotspur 1–0 in Old Trafford stadium in Greater Manchester.

Both the teams had 50% possession of the ball. The match saw only five yellow cards, two for The Red Devils and three for away players. A total of 24 fouls were committed in the match, twelve by each side.

In the 22nd minute, Tottenham’s Kyle Walker scored an own goal which gave Manchester United three win-points. Manchester United’s defender Chris Smalling was awarded Man of The Match. Harry Kane displayed his skill during the game, but did not score.

Manchester United had five players debutants: Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Romero, French defender Morgan Schneiderlin, Italian full back Matteo Darmian, 21-year-old Dutch winger Memphis Depay, and ex-Bayern Munich midfeilder Bastian Schweinsteiger who was substituted in at the 60th minute.

After the match, Walker said, “I tried to stick my foot in the way so that [Rooney would] kick my foot instead of the ball, so it’s a bit unlucky really as I’d made up a lot of ground to get there.”

Louis van Gaal, manager of Manchester United, said of Spaniard David de Gea, “I’m not the most important part. The most important part is the player and the club who wants to buy him. He’s our best player for the past two or three years so we cannot let him go so easily. We want to sell at the same level as we pay. We want to keep him of course.”




August 8, 2015
Manchester United 1–0 Tottenham Hotspur Old Trafford, Greater Manchester
Attendance: 75,261
Referee: Jonathan Moss (The Football Association)
Juan Mata Booked after 90 minutes 90′
Bastian Schweinsteiger Booked after 69 minutes 69′
Kyle Walker Scored after 22 minutes 22′ (o.g.)
Jan Vertonghen Booked after 27 minutes 27′
Eric Dier Booked after 76 minutes 76′
Dele Alli Booked after 90+1 minutes 90+1′

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August 4, 2015

Arsenal defeats Chelsea 1-0 to win Community Shield 2015

Arsenal defeats Chelsea 1-0 to win Community Shield 2015

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On Sunday, London-based football club Arsenal, winners of the 2015 FA Cup, defeated 2015 Premier League Champions Chelsea 1–0 in the 2015 Community Shield trophy which was played in the Wembley Stadium.

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The match saw only two yellow cards, to one player from each club in the second half. Though Arsenal had lesser possession of the ball and fewer shots, they had more shots on target. A total of 23 fouls were committed.

It took fourteen attempts for The Gunners to win a game over the city rivals. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored the only goal of the match, for Arsenal in the 24th minute. Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois could not save this left-footed shot in the top corner which gave Arsenal a lead. In the 80th minute, Chelsea won a free kick. Eden Hazard‘s kick was denied by ex-Chelsea Petr Čech, who recently signed for Arsenal and this was his debut for Arsenal.

This was Arsène Wenger‘s first victory over the Portuguese Chelsea manager José Mourinho. Wenger did not even shake hands with Mourinho after the victory. This is back-to-back Community Shields for Arsenal. They defeated Manchester City in the previous final.

“We were the best team”, said Mourinho in remarks to BT Sport. “We had more initiative, we controlled the game by having ball possession. Arsenal defended with 10 players, they put everybody in front of their own line and they had good organisation, congratulations to them.”



August 2, 2015
15:00 BST
Arsenal 1–0 Chelsea Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 85,437
Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)
Oxlade-Chamberlain Scored after 24 minutes 24′

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June 2, 2015

F.C. Barcelona wins Copa del Rey 2014-2015

F.C. Barcelona wins Copa del Rey 2014-2015

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On Sunday, at Camp Nou Stadium in Barcelona, Spain, F.C. Barcelona won the Copa del Rey((en)). The team defeated Bilbao based football club Athletic Bilbao 3–1 to clinch the title.

Uruguayan striker Suárez was fit to play this final after recovering from hamstring injury. Lionel Andrés “Leo” Messi Cuccittini scored 2 goals, one in each half. And Brazilian Neymar scored 1 goal, between them putting the home team in a 3–0 lead. This lead was reduced when Bilbao born Iñaki Williams scored one goal for Athletic Bilbao, but could not defeat Barca.

Luis Enrique, ex-Barcelona player and current manager of the team, wins the Copa del Rey title for Barcelona in his first year as its manager.

F.C. Bacelona now has Italian Serie A champions Juventus in the UEFA Champions League Final 2014/2015 at German capital Berlin. Both football clubs have a chance to win a treble this football season.




May 30, 2015
F.C. Barcelona 3-1 Athletic Bilbao Camp Nou, Barcelona
Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo (Spain)
Messi Scored after 20 minutes 20′ Scored after 74 minutes 74′

Neymar Scored after 36 minutes 36′

Iñaki Williams Scored after 80 minutes 80′

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May 20, 2015

F.C. Barcelona wins La Liga 2014-2015

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On Sunday, at Calderón Stadium in Madrid, Spain, F.C. Barcelona association football club won the Spanish La Liga title. The team defeated Atlético Madrid 1–0 to clinch the title for the 23rd time.

Lionel Andrés “Leo” Messi Cuccittini scored the only goal of the match. A victory in this match ensured the title for Barcelona.

Uruguayan striker Suárez was rested due to a hamstring injury. A goal scored by Messi secured the 1–0 win and took the title from defending champions Atlético Madrid. Meanwhile, multiple FIFA Ballon d’Or winner Ronaldo scored three goals against Barcelona based club Espanyol. But his hat-trick could not fetch his club, Real Madrid, the title, since F.C. Barcelona won against Atlético Madrid.

Luis Enrique, ex-Barcelona player and current manager of the team, wins the league for Barcelona in his first year as its manager.




May 17, 2015
Atletico Madrid 0-1 F.C. Barcelona Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco (Spain)
Messi Scored after 65 minutes 65′

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