Barcelona Real Madrid

April 27, 2011 by staff 

Barcelona Real Madrid, SPANISH giants Real Madrid and Barcelona were locked at 0-0 at halftime in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final of the League today in Madrid.

Barcelona dominated possession against a negative and unambitious Real Madrid, which made it difficult for Barca to find space.

The only real drama occurred during a brawl between rival players and officials as the players left the pitch at half time, with the Barcelona goalkeeper Joseph Pinto received a red card.

In the only English Premier League game is played today, Bolton Wanderers and Fulham led 1-0 at the break through a goal by Clint Dempsey 15 minutes.

Pepe is sent off for a challenge at the feet of Alves. He did not make contact, but it was not intended enough, and you can bomb around the pitch showing his studs at the height of the shin. On the touchline, Mourinho wrinkle your nose, and then applauded as he took Alves. The mouth “well done” to the fourth official, and gives the nod. And it sends to the base for their work. Oh me, oh my.

59 min: Real Madrid has upped its game. First Ronaldo now Valdes, who has been under pressure by a poor pass from Mascherano again. Di Maria then tries to release Ronaldo on the right with a pass Crossfield, but bursts and sends it behind a goal kick. “I’m confused,” shouted Ben Fitzpatrick. “Can someone please explain to me what I think of Barcelona? Are they still the ‘best team ever” most incredible, perfect, or that they are bunch of whiners, diving tips, self-righteous who need a good hardware? I feel like the common consensus barometer changes daily. “Best team in the history ma hole is my contribution to the debate. Of course, if put to work for the rest of this contest, I reserve the right to change his mind.

56 min: Mascherano is in the book now for a mistimed lunge for the ball as Pepe seemed to glide past at high speed. The Real player is dropped, the Bernabéu bursts, and the card is ejected. Nothing nasty, but rules are rules. The free kick was grouped in the area with an almost total lack of wit, and easily said Valdés. “What a pair of Pedro and Busquets Fannies,” writes Sidney Bliss. “My grandmother has had more hits in the seven points or less in line at Asda and was on his feet. His nose looks like someone nudged, though.”

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