Daily News Summary: Barca crush Real at Bernabeu; Leicester punish wasteful Man Utd

Welcome to Flavblist’s Daily Sport News Summary, we bring you all important news in the past 24 hours. Make sure you do not miss out.

Real Madrid 0-3 Barcelona: Messi, Suarez help Barca go 14 points clear… La Liga over?

Barcelona produced a superb away performance to secure a victory over 

Real Madrid that all but eliminates their arch rivals from the Spanish title 


@RajputHitesh7: Congratulations Barcelona on winning the match and 

might they have won laliga. Its hard to digest defeat but what can we do 

hope madrid take it seriously and sign a good striker in place of benzema . 

Congratulations again and hope real will play there best again.

@Piyush-Roy: Madrid dominated the first half but then Barca showed how 

Football is played….Neymar gone….huh no problem

we still have the Suarez and Messi factor left

The undefeated run still continues…..

Messi becomes the all-time TOP scorer for a single club in Europe’s 

top 5 leagues

Leo Messi has now surpassed Gerd Muller’s record as the all-time goal 

scorer in Europe’s top 5 leagues with the same team!

@King__T: Messi is a football god!!! There are no words to describe his 

achievements and accomplishments… 


Congratulations Messi, one more fantastic achievment in your brilliant 

football career!! Seems, you Will achieve much more!

Good luck MESSI!

Leicester 2-2 Man United: Mata scores twice but Vardy and Maguire 

have other say

Harry Maguire equalizes at almost the last second of injury time to make 

sure Manchester United and Juan Mata don’t steal the 50-Premier-League-

goal Jamie Vardy party.

Man City 4-0 Bournemouth: Aguero scores twice to shrug off 

discontent rumour

Sergio Aguero scored his 100th and 101st goals at the Etihad Stadium as 

Manchester City extended their Premier League winning streak to 17 games

 with a 4-0 thrashing of Bournemouth.

Everton 0-0 Chelsea: Conte’s side fail to find the way to break Toffees’ 



Burnley 0-3 Tottenham: Kane equals Shearer’s PL record of 36 goals in

 one calendar year

Tottenham saw off Burnley thanks to Harry Kane’s treble, meaning they will 

be above Arsenal in the table for Christmas.

Juventus 1-0 Roma: Benatia’s goal eases off Scudetto rivals

Juventus defender Medhi Benatia scored the winner against his former club

 Roma as his side narrowed the gap on Serie A leaders Napoli to a point.


Ajax starlet Justin Kluivert is on Manchester United’s January 

transfer hitlist

The Red Devils have tracked the 18-year-old for more than a year as they 

look to improve on the youth talent at the club.

Arsenal fear they could lose Jack Wilshere

Arsenal expect to make their long-awaited contract offer to Jack Wilshere 

in the first week of January as the club faces the growing prospect of losing

 the home-grown Arsenal midfielder as well as their biggest stars Alexis 

Sanchez and Mesut Ozil this summer.


Puyol travels back with stars on team bus to celebrate El Classico 


Barcelona legend Carles Puyol got the team bus back with the players to 

celebrate their convincing El Classico victory over arch-rivals Real Madrid 

on Saturday.

Vinicius Jr. meets Cristiano Ronaldo: “The best in the world!”

The young Brazilian player watched El Clásico from the VIP suite at the 

Santiago Bernabéu. Later, he met Cristiano in person.


Messi: Great to end year with an important win in El Clasico

The Argentine – who became La Liga’s leading scorer against Real 

Madrid with his 17th goal – used Facebook to celebrate Saturday’s 3-0 


Sergio Ramos: In Barcelona they’ll say I should go to jail… with 


He already holds the record for red cards in LaLiga, but Sergio Ramos 

risked being sent off again on Saturday afternoon when he swung an 

arm at Luis Suarez.

Mourinho: It’s an easy game to win, but we are childish in both boxes

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho speaks after seeing his side 

succumb to a 2-2 draw with Leicester City.

Man City are not the greatest side in Premier League history, insists 

Gary Neville

Manchester United legend Gary Neville has poured scorn on the idea that 

Pep Guardiola’s record-breaking Manchester City side are the best team in 

Premier League history and claimed they cannot yet be compared with the 

great United sides built by Sir Alex Ferguson.


Messi is the King of El Clasico

When the biggest club fixture in the world comes around, the Argentinian 

can always be relied upon to be decisive in the biggest moments.

Why does Zidane want new signings if the same players will keep 


Barcelona won 3-0 at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, leaving Real Madrid 14 points behind them this Christmas. Zinedine Zidane, though, said that nothing has to change. Yes, the coach of the defending champions, who are five wins behind the leader, said that nothing needs changing.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s