Barcelona This is God the ball! Messi instigated 10 people 16 feet MSN abdicate

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Olympic Stadium in Berlin, Germany, the Champions League final between Barcelona and Juventus [microblogging] started, opening just four minutes, Barcelona [microblogging] to achieve a goal, the way they do best teamwork.

After a multi-foot pass, Messi retreat to near midfield, with one foot crossing the ball to make offensive speed, he quickly transferred the ball to the left and plug in the 18th Alba, who passed to Neymar, Brazil Under control of the ball, clever cross into the box, plug in the horizontal dial again Iniesta, left foot shot from the middle of the Rakitic network.

The whole goal, Barcelona team passed 16 feet, and in addition to the goalkeeper Teershite root, all 10 players are involved in the transfer process.

The first four minutes of this goal is the Champions League (including the Champions League) finals history to score the fourth fastest in the first three balls are 2005 AC Milan Maldini (51 seconds), 1959 Real Madrid Mateos (1 minute), 2001 Valencia Mendieta (3 minutes). In addition, it is also the fastest goal in the history of Barcelona team in the Champions League finals.

Also worth mentioning is that since February 28, the first no “MSN” directly into or directly assists the Barcelona goal.

Barcelona Champions League final published list: MSN led the team no injuries suspension

 

Ticker on June 4 news, Barcelona club official announced that 26-man squad played in the Champions League final on Saturday, including 23 first team players and three youth team teenager.

Barcelona [microblogging] together before the Champions League final full member of the team no injuries and suspended players, three youth team teenager Munir, Sandro and Samper travel with the team, they played little chance mainly feel the atmosphere of the Champions League final.

Barcelona List:

Teershite roots, Bravo, Masi Pu;

Alves, Douglas, Montoya, Pique, Mascherano, Mathieu, Baltra, Virginia Mullen, Adriano, Alba;

Busquets, Samper, Rakitic, Xavi, Iniesta, Sergio – Roberto, Rafinha;

Pedro, Messi, Suarez, Neymar, Munir, Sandro.

Liverpool officially announced the transfer agreement with Milner

Red Mill Granada already become a personal agreement, just waiting for the players after Manchester City’s contract expires in July 1 officially free transfer to join.

Milner will take four titles came to Anfield. He in effect five years with Manchester City has won two Premier League titles, one FA Cup and one League Cup.
Milner, 29, is also a frequent visitor to the England national team, he has represented the Three Lions played 53 times.
Milner’s career, he also represented over Leeds United, Newcastle and Aston Villa and other teams, and has played against Liverpool 24 times.

Sunderland’s Jordi Gómez spot on against Southampton to boost hopes

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Two subtle, yet ruthlessly incisive, swipes of Jordi Gómez’s left boot were sufficient to offer Sunderland renewed hope of escaping relegation. Combined with a slightly contentious red card for Southampton’s James Ward-Prowse and another catalytic midfield performance from Lee Cattermole, Gómez’s superbly taken penalties re-acquainted Wearsiders with something called optimism.

Sunderland remain third bottom but they are one point behind Leicester and Hull and two in arrears of Newcastle and Aston Villa. Tricky, potentially hazard laden trips to Everton, Arsenal and Chelsea lie ahead but much may hinge on the remaining home game against Leicester.

Dick Advocaat was asked if he had “enough in his dressing room” to stay up. The Dutchman smiled broadly. “Yes, definitely,” he said. “I’m there – and 18 players.”

His cause here was helped by the reality that, until Ward-Prowse’s second-half dismissal, Southampton had done a passable impression of a team day-dreaming about impending summer holidays. Although the red card shocked them into life, their hopes of European qualification received a severe dent.

As befits two old friends and compatriots Ronald Koeman and Advocaat were all jokes and embraces but the latter had no compunction about quite possibly denying his Southampton counterpart a few continental excursions. “I was really happy when the final whistle went,” the former Holland manager said.

Just before that whistle he must have had his heart in his mouth as Costel Pantilimon made a brilliant reflex save to deny Graziano Pellè what had seemed a certain goal, but Advocaat remained adamant Sunderland merited victory. “It was a real team performance to get a result we deserved. We worked so hard,” he said. “Southampton have a very good side and we had to fight for the points. My team are really knackered now.”

Danny Graham, whose indomitable industry proved emblematic of the wider collective effort, swiftly set the upbeat tone by winning an early penalty. When he and José Fonte challenged for a dropping ball, the Southampton defender raised his boot, catching Graham and sending him crashing to the floor. Gómez stepped forward to take the penalty, evading Kelvin Davis’s reach with a thoroughly assured, kick, directed low into the bottom corner.

 

RFK Stadium schedules football game 1 day before United match

Events DC, the convention and sports authority overseeing RFK Stadium, announced Friday that Howard and Hampton will play in the annual AT&T Nation’s Football Classic on Sept. 18, just one day before D.C. United’s MLS regular season match against the Columbus Crew.

Typically, in order to allow the grass field to recover, Events DC provides a buffer of several days to a week between Howard’s annual game at RFK and United’s next match. However, numerous scheduling issues led to hosting back-to-back events, said Erik Moses, the group’s senior vice president and managing director for sports and entertainment.

The initial plan was to stage the football game Sept. 12 while United is at Colorado, but the date did not work for the universities. Events DC then asked if United could move the Sept. 19 MLS match to the 12th, but the Denver trip was already set.

“By the time we got it figured out, this was the only matchup we could do,” Moses said. “It was either do it this day or go a year without a [football] game and try to revive it after a year.”

Asked about the football-soccer arrangement in a 24-hour window, he said: “It’s not going to be pretty, but we’re going to do some things to try to mitigate any issues,” such as fewer painted graphics in the end zones and the possibility of painting over yard lines.

As for the quality of the field, Moses said stadium supervisors and groundskeepers “assured me the playing surface will be fine.”

Often, the most wear and tear is along the football sidelines where players stand. That area is part of the playing surface in soccer. Inclement weather could also threaten to damage the field.

The Sept. 19 match is United’s only one at home (regular season) that month.

Through a spokesman, United executives said they did not want to comment, but behind the scenes, the organization was disappointed that, as the stadium’s only full-time tenant for many years, its interests did not outweigh the football game. Last year’s college game, between Howard and Morehouse, drew 13,178. This year’s event promises to attract a bigger crowd because of Hampton’s proximity to Washington and the conference rivalry between the schools.

 

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