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@Saangam: El Classico. We all are blessed to witness, The biggest game
@RBrocks: feeling good to see bale and cr7 in the list
@AdiD: So finally Dembele isn’t there. Sad not to see Umtiti He keeps
Ronaldo in his pocket.
@nitcdenrt: we stand as one Barcelona and rise together.we behind u guys
all the way
Roberto Firmino’s late equaliser earned Liverpool a point in a thrilling 3-3
draw against Arsenal, after the hosts had come from 2-0 down to lead 3-2
at the Emirates on Friday Night Football.
@BananaSlug-10: Wow… i can’t believe it. I thought Liverpool had the win
for sure, after dominating the first half. Arsenal managed to come from 2-0
down to 3-2 up in less than 5 minutes, that’s extraordinary!
They’ve scored 3 goals in less than 5 minutes twice this month now.
Fantastic comeback for Arsenal, but Liverpool were rather sloppy in the
second half. Good luck next time, what a thriller!
@Mali3699101: Tonight from Arsenal side a game lasts only 5 minutes.
THESE THINGS HAPPEN
John Stones and David Silva returned to Manchester City training ahead of
Saturday’s trip to Bournemouth.
Up to 1,700 members of various security forces will attempt to ensure that
El Clasico passes off without incident on Saturday.
Manchester United had to send staff to Paul Pogba’s house to get the club’s
£89million record signing out of bed, Sportsmail can reveal.
WHAT THEY SAY
An unwavering focus on El Clasico is what Zinedine Zidane is demanding
from Cristiano Ronaldo and the rest of the Real Madrid squad as the club
look to steal back some ground in the title race.
@Crisofiso: Thank God that CR7 is fit to play at least, a 50 percent ronaldo
is still dangerous, his presence is far better than his absence.
Victory at the Bernabeu would leave Barcelona 14 points better off than
Real Madrid but Ernesto Valverde is not counting on LaLiga glory.
Jurgen Klopp refused to blame Simon Mignolet as the keeper’s howler
contributed to Liverpool’s capitulation during Friday night’s Christmas
cracker at the Emirates.
The Arsenal boss backed off of any talk of his star midfielder’s future when
asked about it after a thrilling draw with Liverpool
“In terms of points there’s a big distance. Until now, Barcelona have been
better than Real Madrid.”
It’s become especially clear in 2017 that Marco Asensio is one of world
football’s rising stars and the 21-year-old has stressed that he is committed
to Zinedine Zidane’s project, even if he isn’t always a starter.
The Brazil international is top of the Catalan side’s list of transfer targets
and the Croatian midfielder says he would be more than welcome
Gigi Buffon will “regret Italy missing the 2018 World Cup for the rest of my
life” and will only “probably” retire this summer.
Carles Puyol does not think Barcelona will end the league if they beat Real
Madrid on Saturday because “there are other teams, Atletico are there and
must be respected” but said that Los Blancos “will find it hard to get back in
it, it will be a large gap, but a virtue that Madrid have is never laying down
Paris Saint-Germain chief Nasser Al-Khelaifi has dismissed speculation that
ex-Barcelona star Neymar could depart the Parc des Princes for Real
Matteo Darmian and Daley Blind are closer to Serie A transfers after
Manchester United dropped them from the squad.
There’s no better time than the days before a Clasico to have a meeting in
secret at Barcelona to decide on a final strategy for the January transfer
It took a personal intervention from Blues chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak
to resolve the same issue earlier this year, but the striker is unhappy again
The 11-point lead at the top of the Premier League table does not tell the full story. You have to listen to Pep Guardiola’s players to see what he brings, manhandling and yelling at them until they see the light.