The rioting and marauding streets of Venezuela weren’t enough to keep Julio from following the love of his life: football. It wasn’t just any football, either, it was the famed El Clasico.
In the second leg of the UCL quarters, Mbappé shone through (again) for Monaco, Ronaldo reached 100 for Madrid in a game crowded by refereeing errors, and Leicester bowed out with pride.
Juventus’ triumph over Barcelona in the first leg of the quarter-final of the Champions League may not have been as surprising as their loss in the hands of PSG. But, the comeback is way more impossible.
Neymar has finally done what many have thought him capable of. Bend a game over its knees on his own. His sublime free kick and a visionary pass sealed the greatest UCL comeback in history.
The Champions League Round of 16 featured a record-breaking comeback, a goal fest, and the typical Juve and Atleti being Juve and Atleti. What more could you ask for?
As the UCL matchday drew to a close, football fans worldwide had only one headline left in their minds: Barcelona are at crisis. Emery showed why the PSG board had gotten him and parted with Laurent Blanc.
The news stories have been fairly slow in materializing with something good and noteworthy. But, Barca’s reported interest in signing Coutinho could hardly go unnoticed.
This weekend is arguably the best we’ve had so far this season in terms of the fixtures that it entails. Nobody is probably going to watch only one game. But, if we had to, which would you pick?