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February 24, 2016

Messi scores twice against Čech, Bayern draw against Juventus in Champions League Last 16

Messi scores twice against Čech, Bayern draw against Juventus in Champions League Last 16

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Yesterday, in the Last 16 round of the UEFA Champions League 2015–2016, Spanish football club FC Barcelona defeated London-based club Arsenal F.C. 2–0 — Lionel Messi scoring both of those at the Emirates Stadium. Munich-based club Bayern Munich were held to a 2–2 draw against Italian club Juventus FC in the Juventus Stadium.

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Cquote1.svg Barcelona is a great team[…] We put a lot of energy in the game and technically we were very average. Cquote2.svg

—Arsène Wenger

At London, Barcelona had a greater ball possession against The Gunners. The match saw two yellow cards. Unbeaten in their last 32 games, Barça were not able to net goals for more than an hour. Arsène Wenger’s team Arsenal held the defending champions, and it took 49 minutes for the Catalonians to have one shot on target. In the 71st minute, Barcelona won the ball and began counter-attacking, where Messi–SuárezNeymar, the MSN trio, broke the deadlock as the Argentine Messi scored his first goal against Czech goalkeeper Petr Čech.

In the 83rd minute, Mathieu Flamini who was just subbed in brought the Argentine down in the penalty area and the visitors won a penalty. Messi scored his second of the night leaving the English side facing an uphill battle. Arsenal have been eliminated in the Last 16 round five consecutive times. After the match, Wenger told BT Sport “Barcelona is a great team[…] We put a lot of energy in the game and technically we were very average.”

Barcelona in their last 33 unbeaten games have netted 100 goals. Arsenal are to play the second leg at Camp Nou on March 16.

In the other fixture of the night, between Bayern Munich and Juventus, the Germans had better ball possession. Thomas Müller and Arjen Robben put the visitors 2–0 up, netting in the 43rd and the 55th minute respectively. But after the hour mark, Paulo Dybala and Stefano Sturaro brought Juventus level by scoring in the 63rdand the 76th minutes, and the first leg finished in a 2–2 draw. The match saw four bookings, three for the visitors.

Juventus continued their unbeaten streak of now seventeen home matches in European competition since defeat in 2013 against Bayern Munich.



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Open Data Day events in Nepal are being held in Pokhara on March 5, 1016. Open Data Day is a yearly event focused on the importance of Open Data and on teaching citizens to use Open Data. The Open Data Day even in Nepal includes workshops on Open Data held over three days.

Open Data Day is celebrated all over the world. This year it is being celebrated in over 190 countries and Nepal is one of them. “Kathmandu Living Labs” —  has been organizing Open Data Day in Nepal for last 3 years and this year is celebrating this day in Pokhara. This is the first time Open Data Day is being celebrated in Pokhara. Kathmandu Living Labs is co-organizing this event with GESAN, a student club of Geomatics Engineers from Western Regional College of Pokhara and Research Management Unit, Institute of Engineering, Pashchimanchal Engineering Campus. The organizations are expecting over 250 participants to attend the events of Open Data Day, like talks, a Mapathon, Data expeditions and Geocaching.

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