El Clasico 2013: FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid: What internet is saying
A preview of Barcelona’s first El Clasico match-up of the season, check out what internet is saying as the Bacelona welcome Carlos Ancelotti’s Real Madrid to the Camp Nou.
Real Madrid Vs. Barcelona El Clasico 2013 Preview: Will Gerard Pique Injury Absence Help His Team To A Win?
When Barcelona faces off against Real Madrid on Saturday, October 26 in the 2013 Clásico, fans at Camp Nou might be noticing a rather conspicuous absence: Gerard Piqué. The Barcelona central defender and Shakira romance will likely miss Saturday’s action after straining his left hamstring in Tuesday night’s Champions League match against Milan, which ended in a 1-1 draw. But some say that Barcelona fans ought to be celebrating the absence of the man who was once known as among the world’s best at the position. Scroll down to hit the live stream link when it airs at noon on Saturday.
Clasico 2013: Top stats and facts on Messi vs Ronaldo and Barca vs Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi will go head to head for the 20th time, as Barcelona and Real Madrid meet at the Nou Camp on Saturday night.
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have El Clasico’s spotlight shining bright on them.
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With another El Clasico upon us, we will take a look at some facts that stick out between Ronaldo and Messi. The two stars have made a significant impact on the El Clasico over the years, and the upcoming match will likely be no different.
From scoring goals to getting their teammates involved, their performances will always influence the final result.
El Clasico-Barcelona Vs. Real Madrid, La Liga 2013: Match Preview
In what has already been a grueling week for both sides, Real Madrid and Barcelona will face each other for the first time this season tomorrow in the Camp Nou. As always, the match will have dramatic implications within La Liga, not to mention exert a telling psychological impact on both teams as they press forward into the teeth of the campaign. There are few things that need no further introduction in this world.
For Barcelona’s Good, Piqué Must Sit Saturday’s El Clasico
Bad news and good news from FC Barcelona. The bad news is that the team’s website announced that central defender Gerard Piqué finished Tuesday night’s match against Milan in the UEFA Champions League (which ended in a 1-1 tie) with discomfort in the hamstring of his left leg. Tests confirmed that the player’s muscle is strained, therefore he will follow a specific workout regimen on Thursday and Friday and will not practice with the team.
The good news is the bad news seen with an optimistic approach. It means that the injury could force Piqué to miss Saturday’s clash with Real Madrid in a much anticipated El Clasico at the Camp Nou. I would bet the royalties from this article that the most interested party in Piqué’s recovery is Cristiano Ronaldo. Something tells me that CR7 would love the opportunity to have old Gerard guard him instead of Bartra or Puyol.