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La Liga 2012/2013 – standing after week 19

January 14th, 2013
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Barcelona ended the weekend still 11 points ahead of Atletico Madrid and a staggering 18 ahead of third place Real Madrid after they drew against Osasuna.

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Barça continues record breaking streak against Malaga

January 14th, 2013

Barça continued ploughing their way through the rest of the league on Sunday night when they won their eighteenth league match of he season.

Lionel Messi opened the scoring in the 26th minute after some sloppy play by the Malaga defence and the first half ended with a single goal. However, after the break it took just five minutes for Cesc Fabregas to score.

With 18 minutes to go Cesc came off to be replaced by Thiago, who added Barcelona’s third goal of the night in the 80th minute. With the result sealed it was Malaga’s turn to score off a free kick by Buonanotte in the closing minutes to end the night 3-1 to Barça.

0-1 Messi (min 26)
0-2 Fábregas (min 48)
0-3 Thiago (min 80)
1-3 Buonanotte (min 87)

La Liga 2012/2013 – standing after week 18

January 7th, 2013

Barcelona opened up their lead at the top of the table at the weekend after their 4-0 win against Espanyol, while second place Atletico Madrid drew against Mallorca. They are also 14 points ahead of Real Madrid, who narrowly beat Real Sociedad 4-3.

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Dominent Barça wins city derby in first match of 2013

January 7th, 2013

Barcelona’s first match of the New Year was marked by the Barcelona Derby, with city rivals Espanyol visiting the Nou Camp. Tito Vilanova was back in charge after the operation to remove a tumour on his salivary gland just before Christmas and his squad rewarded him well.

After Xavi opened the scoring in the ninth minute off Iniesta, but then Pedro scored two goals and finally Lionel Messi scored his first goal of 2013 in the 28th minute. Having reached four goals inside half an hour, the home side felt they had the game under control and eased back a little. While it looked as if they might increase their lead, Espanyol broke up the flow in the second half and Pedro, looking as if he would make his hat trick, had two goals ruled offside.

1-0 Xavi (min 9)
2-0 Pedro (min 14)
3-0 Pedro (min 26)
4-0 Messi (min 28)

La Liga 2012/2013 – standing after week 17

December 24th, 2012

FC Barcelona ended the year having dropped just two points in the entire league but remain 9 points ahead of Atletico Madrid and a whopping 16 points ahead of Real Madrid, where coach Jose Mourinho is displaying his usual bizarre behaviour when under pressure and creating conflict inside his own club. It remains to be seen how long he will be tolerated at Madrid before surely parting ways, yet again. But who would want to take him on with his reputation? Well, probably some club will.

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Barcelona ends 2012 with 3-1 win against Valladolid

December 24th, 2012

Things have gone so well with FC Barcelona since Tito Vilanova took over as coach that it was inevitable that at some point something had to go wrong. Unfortunately has gone wrong is the return of Vilanova’s salivary gland cancer, requiring urgent surgery this week. He is due to undergo six weeks of chemo and radiotherapy after which he plans in returning to the job. We wish him a speedy recovery. Some good news regarding Eric Abidal, who prior to this bad news being announced was given the all clear by doctors after undergoing a liver transplant.

On Saturday night Barça played away at Valladolid with goals from Xavi, Messi and Tello, while Javi Guerra scored one for the home team. The last match of the season put Messi’s goal tally for 2012 at 91.

0-1 Xavi (min 42)
0-2 Messi (min 59)
1-2 Javi Guerra (min 89)
1-3 Tello (min 94)

La Liga 2012/2013 – standing after week 16

December 17th, 2012

Barcelona opened up their lead at the top of the table last night with a 3-1 win against Atletico de Madrid, their third loss of the season. Meanwhile Real Madrid also dropped further behind after a 2-2 draw against Espanyol, who sit firmly in the relegation zone. The gap between Barça and Madrid is now 13 points.

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Barça opens up lead after defeating Atletico

December 17th, 2012

For a horrible moment on Sunday night at the Nou Camp it looked as if things were going wrong, when Falcao scored at the half hour mark for Atletico Madrid, currently lying in second place in the Spanish league. However, four goals from FC Barcelona meant that the result was turned around and the gap at the top of the table opened up.

The visitors were creating all the chances at the start of the match, with the Catalans creating no real threat. However, once Falcao scored the opener the home team seemed to gain the focus required and it was just five minutes later that Adriano scored the equalizer, followed soon after by Busquets to put Barcelona in the lead.

Back on after the break Atletico had lost their early form, and as soon as Barça had the opportunity to attack they made it 3-1 thanks to a goal from Lionel Messi. However, that was not to be his last, with a goal two minutes before time, Messi’s ninetieth goal of 2012 and nine points clear of Atletico at the top of the table.

0-1 Falcao (min 30)
1-1 Adriano (min 35)
2-1 Busquets (min 44)
3-1 Messi (min 57)
4-1 Messi (min 88)

La Liga 2012/2013 – standing after week 15

December 10th, 2012

Barcelona remain 6 points ahead of Atletico and 11 points clear of Real Madrid after the three teams won their respective matches over the weekend. However, one big test comes next Sunday when Atletico visits the Nou Camp and a chance for the gap between them to change.

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New record for Messi as Barça beats Betis

December 10th, 2012

Lionel Messi scored the two goals required to beat Gerd Muller’s record for goals in a single calendar year. Messi has now scored 86 goals in 2012, breaking Muller’s 40 year old record, a feat that looked like it might be in doubt after his injury against Benfica on Tuesday; luckily it was not as serious as first feared and the Argentine scored both of Barça’s goals for the match.

Messi’s goals came at the quarter hour mark, and then just 10 minutes later to put the visitors 2 goals up. However, Betis were never going to make it easy for the Catalans and scored seven minutes before the break and looked like they might score again at the beginning of the second half when they came on looking to dominate.

However, neither team was to score again despite coming close and when the final whistle blew the scoreline was the same as at the end of the first half. The  result leaves Barça six points ahead of Atletico at the top of the table.

0-1 Messi (min 15)
0-2 Messi (min 24)
1-2  Ruben Castro (min 38)

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