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Posted by Dresonic on February 22, 2007
BARCELONA, February 21 (Champions League) – Craig Bellamy and John Arne Riise both got on the scoresheet as Liverpool put a traumatic week behind them to claim a stunning Champions League victory over Barcelona at the Nou Camp.
Ronaldinho and Barcelona’s other stars failed to shine.
Bellamy and Riise were allegedly the two players involved in last week’s training ground fracas in Portugal – and tonight’s response from the pair will have delighted coach Rafael Benitez and the mass of travelling Liverpool fans.
In the battle between the last two winners of the competition, 2005 champions Liverpool tonight became only the second English team to beat Barcelona at the Nou Camp.The only previous side to win here was the 1975-76 Liverpool team, which downed Barca 1-0 in the UEFA Cup semi-finals before going on to win the final.Liverpool, who had not lost in three previous visits to the Nou Camp, made a confident start, and they should possibly have taken the lead after creating the first incisive move of the match in the fourth minute.However, Riise, having broken the offside trap to latch onto Steven Gerrard’s pass, could not find Bellamy in the middle, when a decent pass would surely have led to the Welshman putting Liverpool ahead.After a quiet start, the home side and their fans were finally woken up when Ronaldinho went sprawling in the box, only for the referee to wave play on.Deco then tried his luck before Juliano Belletti blazed high and wide, before Barca took the lead in the 14th minute when Gianluca Zambrotta crossed to the far post where the diminutive Deco headed into the corner of the net.Saviola had a chance to make it 2-0 just minutes later after skipping past Jamie Carragher, but the Argentinian’s left-footed Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Dresonic on February 22, 2007
If you were to make a judgement based solely on the headlines of the past week, it would be easy to think Liverpool are about to step into the scene of a gruesome car wreck at the Nou Camp.
Ronaldinho: Toeing the party line as Barcelona travel to Liverpool.
Rumblings of boardroom unrest and public revolt from star players has given the impression that Barcelona are on the brink of meltdown as they prepare to continue the defence of their Champions League crown by hosting the 2005 European champions on Wednesday night.
However, reports of Barcelona’s demise are greatly exaggerated and just in case Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez needed a tonic to focus his mind as his team prepare to climb the tallest mountain of them all, the return to form of a certain Ronaldinho should have done just that. If 2004 and 2005 were glorious years in the life of the world’s greatest footballer, then 2006 was arguably his most traumatic yet and even though he can look back on the year in the knowledge that he won the Champions League and Spanish title, the buck-toothed one knows he could and maybe should have achieved so much more. Whether he cracked under the pressure in World Cup year or simply ran out of inspiration to produce his magic is a question not even the man himself can answer, but he accepts the time has come for him to answer his critics and silence those in the Nou Camp crowd who had the audacity to jeer him just a couple of weeks ago. Instead of throwing the sort of childish tantrum that has got Samuel Eto’o in trouble over the last week, Ronaldinho insists he is ready to answer his critics in Spain and defy those who have turned their back on him. ‘I’ve always said I’m very happy with the life I have at this club and in this city, so nothing has changed,’ he begins. ‘The club have Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Dresonic on January 28, 2007
Goals from Javier Saviola, Ronaldinho and substitute Ludovic Giuly gave the Spanish champions a hard-earned 3-1 victory which sees them stay one point clear of Sevilla.
Nene pulled a goal back for Celta from the spot midway through the second period but it was not enough to prevent a fourth straight Primera Liga defeat.
Sevilla recorded a thrilling victory against lowly Levante at Estadio Ciudad de Valencia to briefly go top before Barcelona’s win.
Frederic Kanoute fired the visitors into the lead before Alexander Kerzhakov and a Damiano Tommasi own goal put them in the driving seat.
But the hosts rallied through Frederic Dehu and Gustavo Reggi before Alejandro Alfaro secured the win.
A brace from Robert helped Real Betis move out of the Primera Liga relegation zone and bring Valencia’s run of six straight wins to an end. Read the rest of this entry »