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Lol someone just said Ramos didn't make contact with Messi. I'm done with life
He barely did.

Doesn't justify a crazy two-footed lunge on knee-height though.

Compare it with spitting at a player's face, the other guy dodging it and then the offender expecting the ref to do nothing because the spit didn't touch him.
Obvious red and dangerous tackle. I'm not sure there's even an argument lol, don't listen to trolls that say he didn't make contact.
The saltiness is really high in this one

http://www.sport-english.com/en/news/real-madrid/madrid-retira-357-abonos-tras-azulgrana-celebracion-del-bernabeu-5996465
“You lost 3-0 to Juventus. Go and rest for the Copa del Rey [final] and watch the Champions League at home. This is the home of the champions!”

Dani carvajal said to Suarez during el classico game, lol, that b****h spoke too soon..
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uuhmm.... There's nothing he said there that's not still accurate lol
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^yes, there is. He can't rest to play copa del rey final because he is suspended,LMAO
doesn't that make it worse on suarez?
I didn't know champions get smashed at home every time LOL
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We are the champions of Spain though; which is what mattered on a day of a la Liga game like Sunday.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KZnWenTbGg

Just stumbled upon this video. Even at the fag end of his career, the man still got his mojo!
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Ramos got a 1 match ban for his lunge at messi. If you watch the replay it was because of messi's reflex that he avoided getting his leg broken in half. Ramos ended exactly where messi's standing leg would have been if messi hadn't stopped himself from moving further.

Fabio Capello said Ramos' tackle was intended to hurt messi. How the hell do you get 3 match ban for applauding the ref while you get 1 match ban for a vicious career ending tackle?
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Oh I forgot. He was fined €600 too. My bad! 😂

Tebas, liga president, came out and said Ramos shouldn't be punished for good gestures. And messi's goal was hard for him to accept. This guy doesn't even pretend to be neutral.
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@Franky, still you didn't answer the main question, who is the one conspiring against Barca and other team to provide Real with every opportunity to win the league. Is it like people paying money for real to win ? I don't understand it.... I am a five year old that can't see or comprehend the most obvious of things ... my brain hurts.

One match ban for straight red and potential career ending tackle :D

I really hope pique tweets about this, but then again he might get suspended for that too.
Lol meanwhile Marta Silva, lead prosecutor in Messi's and Neymar's tax cases was in Bernabeu's VIP section during El clasico.

Franco spirit lives on !!!!
SO you make an attempt to end someone's career and you only get 1 match ban? Meanwhile Neymar got banned for 3 matches for talking s**t to ref I believe... something seems wrong in here.
@MSN, I don't even think he talked s**t. I think he just clapped sarcastically.
Three match ban for sarcastically applauding and one game suspension for a tackle that could have broken Messi's leg.

It's a joke,seriously.
Tebas openly said Messi's goal hurt him since he is a Madrid fan. How's this guy still the president of La Liga? There is a clear conflict of interest.
As president, he's not the one deciding bans or anything haha. He's never hidden his support for Madrid. @Hari, he also just said Messi is the greatest footballer EVER.

La Liga needs to change its rules. The entire "if it's not in the referee's report we cant review it" rule is terrible. According to the rules however, Ramos' ban is legitimate.

Malik, Marta Silva is former board member at Madrid. On top of that, politicians and public officials are always in teams' VIP boxes, you know that right? Seems like there's been a resurgence in Franco theories on this page again.

Referring to me as a 5 year old who can't understand the most simplest of things isn't proving your point at all lol. Care to explain the elaborate plot to my 5 year old brain?
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^ well, as a president, he could easily change these rigged rules if he wants to.in that case, Ramos and Marcelo would have been out already for few games. At the end, it is turning out to be another favourable call to Madrid.

Marta Silva isn't only former board member, she was the one who reopened Messi's closed tax cases and she is sitting at the VIP box along with Perez, which is that matter.
oh yes.... wouldn't be a proper morning without my bacon and egg breakfast, lovely warm cup of french vanilla and reading through the latest conspiracy theories from FCB fans before i go to work. Life's good

https://futurism.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/conspiracy-theories-everywhere.jpg
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^can't help,but to laugh when people are so deluded,lol

lol and i'm the deluded one
DaGaza, it's no use with some of these guys. I like most of the fans here but when you guys sit back and watch conspiracy theories being spewed out, historically incorrect Franco talk, etc it looks bad on your entire page.
Watch this footage from 3:35.
https://youtu.be/B9w7oiTfjlY

Messi's taunt. Madridista rage. Epic!

You hate me because I'm the best and you can't do anything about it.
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http://bit.ly/2oEo0cs

mmmm. Now it all makes sense
^Nah. this makes more sense

http://www.espnfc.us/blog/the-match/60/post/3108413/lionel-messi-turns-frustration-into-match-winning-clasico-performance-for-barcelona
https://streamable.com/e07uz
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Apart from Sergi Roberto's brilliant run, did anybody notice Suarez' work in front of Nacho? The moment Alba squared the ball in, Suarez turned slightly and realized Messi was lining up a shot. Immediately, he cleared the path and blocked Nacho from getting to Messi. Meanwhile Sergi Roberto got the f**k out of the way spinning sideways. It was like an American football offensive linemen move, splitting a route for the running back. Suarez might play dirty but Suarez' goal scoring instincts on and off the ball are out of this world. The guy computes goal scoring chances within milliseconds and reacts instantly like none else.
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Yep, and watch the first goal. The little dummy he does and the way he takes his defender with him leaving space for Messi is nothing short of genius.
Suarez has a killer instinct and I love him for this. Hope he will be regarded for Ballon d'Or because such a player needs to be honored.
^ Dont get your hopes high. Suarez will not be honored and its a fact. Dont be surprised if CR7 wins it again this year due to 'trophies' lol. This award has become a joke in terms of how players are assessed. The contribution of player to his team is clearly overlooked for trophies won
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I watched the replay again. For the last goal, when Gomes made the pass to Alba, SEVEN Barca players were in or outside madrid's box vs 5 of theirs. Apparently Pique clocked the fastest sprint of the game at 33 km/h on either teams. He wanted to win the game more than anyone else
well, true football fans always recognize the difference between Good & Great

Good striker can score goals, create chances for himself, have great timing and positioning, and the ability to disrupt opposition defense

Great striker definitely can score goals, create chances for himself & others, have great vision and able to disorganize opponent even WITHOUT the ball

Suarez is a GREAT striker, no doubt about that
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By the way: for fantastic highlight reels of our games, check this out:
https://www.youtube.com/user/BaitovComps

I'm not sure how, but this guy has great highlights up just minutes after a game and YouTube doesn't take them down either.
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10
7
33
16
27
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27
18
9
6
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17
24
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37
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9
5
34
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20
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