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Anybody else nervous and can't sleep? Thank god I took the day off. I just hope our boys show up and play their best.
Booooo , sleep is for the weak !!!!
+1
I would actually like to see a RM vs Barca final.
With that being said if RM don't step their game up there's no point on them showing up to the final. I think without a doubt the two best teams at the moment are Barca and Bayern coming into the semifinal.

RM got lucky on getting out of there with a 2-1 loss, could have easily been 5-2 if I'm fair and include James massive miss. I expect RM to win at home and move on to the next stage, but I do hope for the sake of the spectacle that they step up their game.
+1
Did you watch the match?
+2
Hes not exagerating, Juventus had more shots, better chances, Llorente could have easily made it 3-1, 4-1. But i will give you the James chance (how does he miss that?). Overall, Juventus played a solid game. Real were also a bit lucky to maybe stay at 11 men, Carvajal couldve been sent off.

I still think Madrid will progress to the Final though.
+3
Bluff come on! You have a sense of Humor!

One would not use Llorente and easily in the same sentence.
the answer to the James question is: Sturaro

The slow replay shows that he deflected the ball with his foot. So yeah, chance defended :P
Pep : Messi is impossible to stop.

I guess Pep has to take Neuer on a walk and explain him all this so that Neuer knows who's the 'real boss' and his cockiness goes down !
Pep is trying to be cheeky! xD We all know all his focus is on Messi haha..

And I hope Neuer gets humiliated for all his overconfidence.
Well Messi has not scored a goal against Neuer yet.... :P
Lol Robbery why do you sound sooooo much like SIF? Raining on everybody's parade?

Gonna check your IP to make sure you're not SIF :P
@GSS I was just stating a fact lol I am almost never online posting comments. I just read a lot around the site. I am not SIF I assure you that.
Ok you clearly didn't get my sarcasm 😣.
+2
im glad neuer stood up and said that, we need some leaders right now what with all our stars out injured.
he also said he has the ultimate respect for messi too so theres that
Things we've learned today:

1) Ramos is no Modric
2) Juve really want to reach that final (I hope they will)
3) Casillas an Buffon are class personified and have great mutual respect

Things I'm afraid we'll learn next week:
1) 2-1 looked like such a nice scoreline for Juve
2) Bayern are still great despite all their injuries
3) Pep and Luxo are class personified and have great mutual respect
+2
I still think Real has about an 80% chance of going through. Which is why I said "2-1 looked like such a nice scoreline for Juve". It's probably not going to be enough. 2-0 would've been a massive difference.

I really hope I'm wrong, but I'm predicting a 4-1 rout next week.
I have a feeling Juve will set out for a 0-0 and might not even score. Madrid will have Benzema back and Ramos will most likely not play as bad as he did today, so 2-0 for Madrid.

Plus an El Classico for the final? Delicious.

Barca need to take a good result to Munich.
I think Juve will snatch an away goal, but I don't see them going through tbh. I honestly believe it will be 3-1 next week. Real got lucky this game, but Juve were fortunate as well considering some sort of black magic caused James to miss his header
Wtf does that mean Juve are no Atletico? The same Atletico that destroyed Real all season long?
+2
^ lol seriously I still think Atletico is a little better than Juve.
+1
@Weegeez

http://i.giphy.com/xTiTnymJW3PKIGT7mE.gif

he had it on target
+2
full strength i think bayern had a good chance to win, but with all these injuries they'll be lucky to avoid embarrassment, i think... just too much attacking quality to be playing a high line defense and typical pep strategy.
+1
2nd leg: Madrid goes all out. Juventus close shop. Pogba bosses the midfield and scores a stunning 25 yard goal. The bernabeu is stunned but impressed. Madrid go out but perez makes a massive bid for pogba. Isco leaves. Bale leaves for a de gea swap deal.
+2
Madrid only need to score 1 goal. They are still the favourites. I don't know why they are so gloomy about today's result. It's an excellent result for how they played.
+1
about time you woke up :P
or go to sleep...whichever applies xD
^ Come back in August and ask me how I knew about the future? ;)

St1or: it isn't all that bad. If it was 2-0 or 3-1 for juventus madrid should have been worried. They'll do okay if their defense decides to do its job.
What are oil prices doing franky?! Tell us mate
We're not mad about the result,but the way we played. result is actually not that bad,but it could have been much better if we brought our A game. Everybody except a few players were completely off today.
Oil prices low right now but going to rise in the next few months. You can bet on that :P
+1
@tanmay , no disclaimer huh ? I'm gona save this and sue your ass if oil prices decrease further ;p

#Makingdollars
not kidding im about to buy oil. has to go back up. already started last month
nope no disclaimer*

*insert disclaimers here
@Danny I'm investing in hair oil. If oil prices don't rise at least I'll look fabulous. #champi
+2
Trying to get puyol status i see tanmay
+1
The hair oil market is about to explode due to excessive demand from tanmay's secret hair oil cartel. Hold on to your coconuts. They'll be worth a lot more in 2 months.

Ps: Don't be too scared of tanmay's cartel. They just get mad when they see bad hair.
You know, I think Juve will be content with a 2-1 lead back to the bernabeu. I mean they couldve easily been down 1-2 in the 1st half when James somehow missed from point blank range. Juve missed chances too, but a lead going back to Madrid is certainly better than nothing. Juve has shown they are a disciplined defensive side, and have a very capable attack with Tevez leading the front. I remember how Juve was supposedly the weakest team in the last 4, but its obvious they are out to prove everyone wrong. Btw the way Chiellini looked with the bloody head wrapped up, and blood on the jersey just describes to me how much they want to win this UCL
+1
Juve NEED to score first.. and then pretty much the game is over.
it's just another Tuesday for Chiellini. This match just happened to be on a Tuesday that's all :P
Am a happy man;-)
Bale's lost it. Though this is the Champs League I just don't think he fits in La Liga. Bale is about power and direct burst if pace - a counter attacking team and would perfectly fit right into the Chelsea squad.
+8
he's been out weeks from injury, thrown into this game haphazardly after a few minutes of a sub appearance vs sevilla. cant be match fit or sharp. i'm sure he isn't a great fit there but he's probably not as bad as im sure he appeared today.
They played the guy as a striker against an Italian team...
+1
^ That says it all about tactics. The Italians are well known for shutting down teams no matter who's on the other side. Didn't they learn from the Theo playing striker situation on the a England team vs Italy recently?

SIF good point on him being rusty but it doesn't help that Bale is quite one dimensional.
Edit: and before anyone says something, BBale's strength was never to have a quick feet and dribble around 4 players in tight spaces like Messi or Isco or Iniesta. I also don't think he likes his back against the net.
He's great with pk's though. Don't think Chelsea will get him. United has way too much money plus RM rather sell to United to fund a possible Hazard transfer. I'm not saying it'll happen but I see RM offloading Bale first.
Juventus could've easily scored 2 more.. 2-1 isn't good lead to take to bernabau..
Tie is still on Madrid's side, they have an away goal, just need to score one, they can easily finish Juventus in Bernabau.
+1
Agreed. The only problem is madrid will probably concede a goal too.
I wouldn't say easily but I still give the edge to them slightly, If we don't panic like we did after they scored we could beat them but we have to go with the mindset to start smart, hold on their initial attacks and then play to score cause if we don't score they will and they will finish us.
+1
^ no way,you are one foot ahead now,that place isn't a scary place,you get a goal for sure.
Yep not a scary place at all. We got our asses handed to us 3-1 when we went there.
+1
Lol,we pplayed against world best team there,Not this one
Madrid is playing at nearly half their efficiency as they did in the first half of the season. I think they have enough talent to score but their defense is very suspect. That's what happens when you spend your entire transfer budget on attacking players.
Even though real lost , I would still say they are ahead in the tie -_- 3-1 would have been a exiting score .

Good thing is that bernabeu isn't a fotress for real Madrid ;p


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Primera División Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
87
86
19
105
4
3
28
35
1
85
73
32
105
6
1
28
35
2
76
39
26
65
5
7
23
35
3
72
37
27
64
5
9
21
35
4
69
24
41
65
8
6
21
35
5
54
13
32
45
9
12
14
35
6
48
-4
38
34
13
9
13
35
7
47
-5
42
37
14
8
13
35
8
46
2
40
42
13
10
12
35
9
46
-2
44
42
13
10
12
35
10
43
-4
44
40
12
13
10
35
11
43
-23
63
40
18
4
13
35
12
40
-25
58
33
17
7
11
35
13
36
-25
54
29
19
6
10
35
14
35
-31
63
32
18
8
9
35
15
32
-26
57
31
19
8
8
35
16
31
-22
52
30
20
7
8
35
17
30
-27
57
30
17
12
6
35
18
28
-40
64
24
17
13
5
35
19
20
-40
61
21
21
11
3
35
20
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UEFA Champions League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22

UEFA Champions League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
15
10
5
15
1
0
5
6
1
13
3
7
10
1
1
4
6
2
5
-2
10
8
3
2
1
6
3
1
-11
12
1
5
1
0
6
4

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