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Aston Villa vs Liverpool 0-1 Highlights Sturridge Goal Video

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Aston Villa vs Liverpool 2013 ( AVFC Liverpool VIDEO BELOW)
Final score and result:- Aston Villa vs Liverpool 0-1 ( Sturridge)
Villa Park, Birmingham- 24 August, 2013- Saturday- 24/8/13- 17.30 UK
Daniel Sturridge scores the only goal of the game as Liverpool beat Villa 1-0, with Simon Mignolet again producing an excellent performance between the sticks for the visitors.
Aston Villa vs Liverpool 0-1 ( Sturridge goal vs Aston Villa 21′)
Aston Villa v Liverpool 2013 attendance:- 42,098 ( Referee- Clattenburg)
Aston Villa starting lineup vs Liverpool 2013:- Guzan, Lowton, Vlaar, Okore, Luna, Bacuna, Westwood, Delph, Weimann, Benteke, Agbonlahor
LFC starting XI v AVFC 2013:- Mignolet, Johnson, Toure, Agger, Jose Enrique, Gerrard, Lucas, Henderson, Aspas, Coutinho, Sturridge
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Hellas Verona vs AC Milan 2-1 Highlights Luca Toni Poli Goals Video

Hellas Verona vs AC Milan 2013 ( Hellas Verona Milan VIDEO BELOW)
Final score and result:- Hellas Verona vs AC Milan 2-1 ( Toni*2/ Poli)
Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi, Verona- 24 August, 2013- Saturday- Serie A- 24/8/13- 17.00 UK KO
Former Bayern and Juve striker Luca Toni nets twice as Hellas Verona shock AC Milan in their opening game of the new Serie A season
Hellas Verona AC Milan 0-1 ( Poli goal vs Hellas Verona 14′)
Hellas Verona Milan 1-1 ( Luca Toni goal vs Milan 30′)
Hellas Verona vs AC Milan 2-1 ( Luca Toni goal vs Milan 53′)
Hellas Verona starting lineup v AC Milan 2013:- Rafael, Romulo, Moras, Maietta, Albertazzi, Jorginho, Donati, Cacciatore, Jankovic, Toni, Martinho
AC Milan starting XI v Hellas Verona 2013:- Abbiati, Abate, Mexes, Zapata, Emanuelson, Montolivo, de Jong, Muntari, Boateng, Balotelli
( Credits of this Hellas Verona Milan 2013 Highlights Video with uploaders)


Radamel Falcao was kept relatively quiet as Tolouse held Monaco to a goalless draw in their Ligue 1 clash.

Joint league leaders Monaco were reduced to very few chances in a game played behind closed doors due to crowd trouble in last season’s fixture against Le Mans.
The hosts had 20 shots on goal throughout the 90 minutes, but only five on target with Emmanuel Riviere testing Toulouse keeper Ali Ahamada early on in the first half.
The best chance of the game came on the half hour mark as Lucas Ocampos ventured down the right wing before sending an effort towards goal. Ahamada failed to deal with the shot effectively as the ball spilled onto the edge of the six yard box with Yannick Carrasco looming. Seemingly with very little to do to put his side ahead, somehow the winger managed to scoop his effort over the bar with the Toulouse custodian still on the ground.
Colombian striker Falcao had a number of speculative efforts without really testing Ahamada as the game entered its final stages.
With three minutes to go, Monaco nearly nicked a win as midfielder Jeremy Toulalan unleashed a powerful strike from 30 yards that had Ahamada beaten, but the ball flew to safety after crashing off the crossbar.


Gareth Bale, finally, thankfully, seems on the verge of joining Real Madrid from Spurs after what has seemed an incredibly arduous and long-winded transfer saga this summer.

The fee the two clubs have been squabbling about – it was not the move itself that was the problem – is reportedly a staggering £93million.
Now, most football fans (and sane people) would say surely one person cannot be worth that amount. However, forgetting about the obsceneness of the figure for a moment, we need to ask is Bale, when comparing him to the other big-money movers and similar past world record-breaking deals, worth it?
The simple and short answer might be ‘no’. And, analysing it further, it does seem like Real have over-paid for the Wales international, while Spurs, for their part, have eked all they can out of a transfer and managed to secure superb value for money for the star.
Gareth Bale is obviously one of the top players around right now and he undoubtedly had a fantastic season for Spurs last year. He was direct, powerful, productive, and exciting to watch, winning several important games on his own for the Londoners. There is no doubting his talent and you would struggle to find many Premier League analysts disagreeing with the argument that he is in the top five or six players in the world.
But is he that good? As in world-record breaking £93million good? The figure blows everything else out of the water. It would suggest Bale is untouchable and better even than Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The latter had achieved a fair bit more when Real broke the transfer record for him from Manchester United a good few years ago now, and that was only set at £80m; taking inflation into account, it seems the figures do not quite add up.
Further to this, when looking at the likes of Edinson Cavani’s reported £55m move from Napoli to PSG and Radamel Falcao’s switch from Atletico Madrid to Monaco for £50m, you have to say – is Bale really worth nearly double those two?
Spurs fans will have mixed feelings, of course. Many, who will have probably privately accepted that their star man would be leaving this summer for a few weeks now, will be gutted at his departure but others will be buoyed by the money generated and the fact they have been able to reinforce with some top quality in his place.
Roberto Soldado, Paulinho, and, in all likelihood, Willian, are all potentially world-class players as well and now they have genuine strength in depth and a squad full of top-four rated players.
Real will say they have broke the bank to sign a player capable of not only delivering numerous assists and goals but one who can unlock any defence with his skill and athleticism and a player to rival Messi or Ronaldo that can beat teams on his own. But he is also an entertainer that fits the Real Madrid blueprint for a ‘Galactico’ down to a tee.
He is likely to improve at the Bernabeu and the stage is now set for the former Southampton man to go on to be a true world star. But you can’t help feeling that the La Liga giants, desperate to get one over on old foes, Barcelona, have gone too far in this case.

Borussia Dortmund vs Werder Bremen 1-0 Highlights Lewandowski Goal Video

Borussia Dortmund vs Werder Bremen 2013 ( BVB Werder VIDEO BELOW)
Final score and result:- Dortmund vs Bremen 1-0 ( Lewandowski)
Westfalenstadin, Dortmund- 23 August, 2013- Friday- 23/8/13- 19.30 UK

Dortmund win their first three league games of the season for the first time since the 2001/02 season as Robert Lewandowski’s goal helps them down Werder Bremen 1-0
Dortmund Werder Bremen 1-0 ( Lewandowski goal vs Werder Bremen 55′)
Dortmund starting lineup v Werder Bremen 2013:- Weidenfeller, Grosskreutz, Subotic, Hummels, Schmelzer, Sahin, Kehl, Kuba, Mkhitaryan, Reus, Lewandowski
Bremen starting XI v BVB 2013:- Mielitz, Gebre Selassie, Prodl, Lukimya, Caldirola; Junuzovic, Makiadi, Hunt, Ekici, Arnautovic, Yildirim
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Fulham vs Arsenal 1-3 Highlights Bent Giroud Podolski Goals Video

Fulham vs Arsenal 2013 ( FFC Arsenal VIDEO BELOW)
Final score and result:- Fulham vs Arsenal 1-3 ( Bent/ Giroud, Podolski*2)
Craven Cottage, London- 24 August, 2013- 24/8/13-Saturday- 12.45 UK KO
Arsenal pick up their first points of the new season as Lukas Podolski’s brace helps them down Fulham 3-1
Fulham v Arsenal 0-1 ( Giroud goal vs Fulham 14′)
Fulham Arsenal 0-2 ( Podolski goal vs Fulham 41′)
Fulham vs Arsenal 0-3 ( Podolski goal v Fulham 68′)
Fulham vs Arsenal 1-3 ( Bent goal vs Arsenal 77′)
Fulham v Arsenal 2013 attendance:- 25,622 ( Referee- Webb)
Fulham starting lineup vs Arsenal 2013:- Stockdale, Riether, Hughes, Hangeland, Riise, Duff, Parker, Sidwell, Taarabt, Kasami, Berbatov
Arsenal starting XI v Fulham 2013:- Szczesny, Jenkinson, Sagna, Mertesacker, Gibbs, Rosicky, Ramsey, Walcott, Cazorla, Podolski, Giroud
( Credits of this Fulham Arsenal 2013 Highlights Video with uploaders)

Dinamo Tbilisi vs Tottenham 0-5 Europa League Highlights Video

Friday, August 23, 2013

Dinamo Tbilisi vs Tottenham 2013 ( FC Dinamo Spurs VIDEO BELOW)
Final score and result:- Dinamo vs Spurs 0-5 ( Townsend, Paulinho, Soldado*2, Rose)
Tbilisi- Europa League playoff round- 22 August, 2013- Thursday- 17.00 UK- 22/8/13
Spurs secure an easy Europa League win as they beat Dinamo Tbilisi 5-0 in the first leg of their playoff tie
Dinamo Tbilisi v Tottenham 0-1 ( Townsend goal vs Dinamo Tbilisi 12′)
Dinamo Tbilisi vs Tottenham 0-2 ( Paulinho goal vs Dinamo 43′)
Dinamo Tbilisi vs Spurs 0-3 ( Soldado goal vs Dinamo 58′)
Dinamo Tbilisi Tottenham 0-4 ( Rose goal vs Dinamo 64′)
Dinamo Tbilisi vs Tottenham 0-5 ( Soldado second goal vs Dinamo 67′)
Dinamo Tbilisi v Tottenham 2013 attendance:- 22,500 ( Referee- van Boekel)
Dinamo Tbilisi starting lineup v THFC Europa League 2013:- Loria, Khurtsilava, Giorgi Gvelesiani, Kvaratskhelia, Glisic, Grigalashvili, Dzaria, Kvirkvelia, Merebashvilli, Xisco, Dvali
Tottenham starting XI vs Dinamo Tbilisi 2013:- Lloris, Naughton, Dawson, Kaboul, Rose, Paulinho, Dembele, Capoue, Sigurdsson, Townsend, Soldado
( Credits of this Dinamo Tottenham 2013 Highlights Video with uploaders)

Swansea vs Petrolul Ploiesti Goals 5-1 Highlights Video

Swansea vs Petrolul Ploiesti 2013 ( Swansea Petrolul Ploiesti VIDEO BELOW)
Final score and result:- Swansea vs Petrolul Ploiesti 0-5 ( Routledge*2, Michu, Pozuelo, Bony/ Grozav)
Liberty Stadium, Wales- Europa League playoff- 22 August, 2013- 19.05- 22/8/13- Thursday
Wayne Routledge and Michu score as Swansea take control of their Europa League tie against Petrolul Ploiesti with a 5-1 win at the Liberty Stadium
Swansea v Petrolul Ploiesti 1-0 ( Wayne Routledge goal vs Petrolul Ploiesti 14′)
Swansea vs Petrolul Ploiesti 2-0 ( Michu goal vs Petrolul Ploiesti 22′)
Swansea Petrolul Ploiesti 3-0 ( Wayne Routledge goal vs Petrolul Ploiesti 25′)
Swansea vs Petrolul Ploiesti 4-0 ( Pecanha own goal vs Swansea City 58′)
Swansea vs Petrolul Ploiesti 5-0 ( Pozuelo goal vs Petrolul Ploiesti 70′)
Swansea v Petrolul Ploiesti 5-1 ( Grozav goal vs Swansea 87′)
Swansea v Petrolul Ploiesti 2013 attendance:-12,500 ( Referee- Karasev)
Swansea starting lineup v Petrolul Ploiesti 2013 Europa League:- Vorm, Rangel, Williams, Chico, Taylor, Hernandez, Britton, Shelvey, Routledge, Michu, Bony
Petrolul Ploiesti starting XI vs Swansea City 2013:- Pecanha, Achim, Geraldo, Benga, Guilherme, Mustivar, Hoban, Boudjemaa, Grozav, Teixeira, Younes
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Real Madrid vs Al-Sadd 5-0 Highlights

Real Madrid vs Al-Sadd 2013 Friendly ( Real Madrid Al Sadd VIDEO BELOW)
Final score and result:- Real Madrid vs Al-Sadd 5-0 ( Raul, Isco, Benzema, Jese*2)
Trofeu Bernabeu- 22 August, 2013- 22/8/13- Thursday
Raul returns to the Bernabeu and scores as Real Madrid beat Al-Sadd 5-0.
Real Madrid vs Al-Sadd 1-0 ( Raul goal v Al-Sadd 22′)
Real Madrid Al-Sadd 2-0 ( Isco goal vs Al-Sadd 59′)
Real Madrid v Al-Sadd 3-0 ( Benzema penalty v Al-Sadd 79′)
Real Madrid vs Al-Sadd 4-0 ( Jese goal vs Al-Sadd 81′)
Real Madrid vs Al-Sadd 5-0 ( Jese goal vs Al-Sadd 88′)
Real Madrid starting lineup v Al Sadd 2013:- Casillas, Ramos, Raul, Kaka, Ronaldo, Marcelo, Casemiro, Arbeloa, Nacho, Modric, Di Maria
( Credits of this Real Madrid Al Sadd Highlights Video with uploaders)

Shakhter Karagandy vs Celtic 2-0 Champions League Highlights

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Celtic have left themselves with it all to do to reach the Champions League after a surprise 2-0 defeat to Kazakhstan champions Shakhter Karagandy in the first leg of their play-off at the Astana Arena.

The Scottish champions started the game well but found themselves behind in the 12th minute when Andrei Finonchenko took advantage of some slack defending to score from close range.
Kris Commons rattled the bar with a thunderous drive in the 19th minute with the ball bouncing down on to the line but Neil Lennon’s side struggled at times with the route-one approach taken by a home side who looked limited in other aspects of their game.
The visitors had the best of things again in the second half with James Forrest missing a chance from six yards but in the 77th minute powerful striker Sergei Khizhnichenko headed in a second to leave the shell-shocked Hoops having to make amends in the second leg in Glasgow.

Shakhter Karagandy vs Celtic 2013 ( Shakhter Glasgow Celtic VIDEO BELOW)
Final score and result:- Shakhter Karagandy vs Celtic 2-0 ( Finonchenko, Khizhnichenko)
Astana Arena, Astana- Champions League qualifying- 20 August, 2013- Tuesday- 20/8/13- 16.00 UK KO
Celtic’s Champions League hopes are in the balance after a shock 2-0 loss to Kazakh side Shakhter Karagandy in the first leg of their European playoff round tie.
Shakhter Karagandy v Celtic 1-0 (Andrei Finonchenko goal vs Celtic 12′)
Shakhter Karagandy vs Celtic 2-0 (Sergei Khizhnichenko goal vs Celtic 77′)
Shakhter v Celtic 2013 attendance:- 20,000 ( Referee- Kralovec)
Shakhter Karagandy starting lineup v Glasgow Celtic 2013:- Mokin, Simcevic, Malyi, Vasiljevic, Dzidic, Poryvaev, Finonchenko, Canas, Vicius, Ghazaryan, Khizhnichenko
Celtic starting XI vs Shakhter UCL playoffs 2013:- Forster, van Dijk, Mouyokolo, Mulgrew, Izaguirre, Lustig, Brown, Commons, Forrest, Samaras, Ledley
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Olympique Lyon vs Real Sociedad 0-2 Champions League Highlights

Olympique Lyon vs Real Sociedad 2013 ( Lyon Sociedad VIDEO BELOW)
Real Sociedad scored two brilliant goals to win 2-0 against a stunned Olympique Lyonnais side who finished with 10 men.

Mexican Carlos Vela laid on Sociedad’s opener in the 17th minute with a fine cross from the left which Frenchman Antoine Griezmann, playing against his boyhood club Lyon, volleyed into the net with a bicycle kick from the edge of the box.
Swiss forward Haris Seferovic increased the Spanish side’s lead five minutes after the break with another fine shot inside goalkeeper Anthony Lopes’s near post.
Lyon defender Milan Bisevac was sent off after fouling Vela just outside the box in the 75th to earn a second booking.
Final score and result:- Lyon vs Sociedad 0-2 ( Griezmann, Seferovic)
Stade de Gerland, Lyon- 20 August, 2013- 19.45 UK- Champions League playoffs first leg- 20/8/13
A brilliant overhead kick from Antoine Griezmann and a long range screamer from Haris Seferovic put Real Sociedad in the drivers’ seat of their Champions League playoff tie against Olympique Lyonnais
Lyon Sociedad 0-1 ( Antoine Griezmann overhead kick goal vs Lyon 17′)
Lyon vs Real Sociedad 0-2 ( Haris Seferovic goal volley vs Lyon 50′)
OL starting lineup v Sociedad Champions League 2013:- A Lopes, M Lopes, Fofana, Bisevac, Bedimo, Gonalons, Malbranque, Gourcuff, Grenier, Benzia, Lacazette
Real Sociedad starting XI vs Lyon UCL 2013:- Bravo, C.Martinez, Cadamuro, Inigo, De la Bella, Markel, Zurutuza, Xabi Prieto, Vela, Seferovic, Griezmann
( Credits of this Lyon Sociedad 2013 Highlights Video with uploaders)

PSV vs AC Milan 1-1 Champions League Highlights

PSV Eindhoven vs AC Milan 2013 ( PSV Milan VIDEO BELOW)
Stephan El Shaarawy put Milan on course for the Champions League group stage with a headed opener in a 1-1 draw against PSV Eindhoven at the Philips Stadion.

PSV’s young side made a vibrant start to the evening, but were undone on 15 minutes when MIlan – playing their first competitive match of the season – grabbed the lead as El Shaarawy headed home from close range from Ignazio Abate’s cross with PSV badly exposed at the back.
The home side never lacked heart in front of a vociferous home support, and were level on the hour-mark. Visiting goalkeeper Christian Abbiati failed to hold a powerful drive by Jeffrey Bruma, and Tim Matavz followed up to nod into the net.
Both sides could have won it as play raged from end to end in a pulsating contest, but a draw was about the right outcome. Mario Balotelli saw an effort come back of the bar after El Shaarawy’s opening goal while the brilliant Adam Maher cracked an effort off the underside of the Milan bar after skipping into the visiting box.
PSV must score at the San Siro in the return leg a week on Wednesday to keep alive their hopes of progress in the tournament.
Final score and result:- PSV vs AC Milan 1-1 ( Matavz/ El Shaarawy)
Philips Stadium, Eindhoven- 20 August, 2013- 19.45 UK- 20/8/13- Tuesday- UCL playoffs first leg
Milan hold a narrow edge in their Champions League playoff tie as El Shaarawy scores a priceless away goal for the Rossoneri against Dutch opponents PSV Eindhoven
PSV Milan 0-1 ( El Shaarawy goal vs PSV 15′)
PSV vs AC Milan 1-1 ( Matavz goal vs Milan 61′)
PSV Eindhoven starting lineup vs AC Milan 2013:- Zoet, Brenet, Bruma, Rekik, Willemsm Wijnaldum, Schaars, Maher, Park Ji-Sung, Matavz, Depay
AC Milan starting XI vs PSV 2013:- Abbiati, Abate, Mexes, Zapata, Emanuelson, Montolivo, de Jong, Muntari, Boateng, Balotelli
(Credits of this PSV Milan Champions League Goals Video with uploaders)

Fenerbahce vs Arsenal 0-3 Champions League Highlights

Fenerbahce vs Arsenal 2013 ( Fenerbahce Arsenal VIDEO BELOW)

Second-half goals from Kieran Gibbs, Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud put Arsenal in a strong position to qualify for the group stages of the Champions League at Fenerbahce’s expense.

Gibbs opened the scoring in the play-off first leg in Turkey in the 51st minute, netting from close range after good work by Theo Walcott and Ramsey.
Ramsey doubled the lead 11 minutes later with a low 20-yard effort that was too hot for Fenerbahce goalkeeper Volkan Demirel to handle.
And Giroud rounded off the success from the penalty spot in the 77th minute after Walcott had been brought down.
Although the Gunners lost defender Laurent Koscielny to a facial injury sustained in the first half, it was just the morale-boosting performance that manager Arsene Wenger had been looking for.
Final score and result:- Fenerbahce vs Arsenal 0-3 (Gibbs, Ramsey, Giroud pen)
Sukru Saracoglu Stadium, Istanbul- 21 August, 2013- Champions League playoff first leg- 21/8/13- Wednesday
Second half goals from Gibbs, Ramsey and Giroud give Arsenal a crucial 3-0 win in the first leg of their Champions League playoff tie against Fenerbahce
Fenerbahce vs Arsenal 0-1 ( Kieran Gibbs goal vs Fenerbahce 51′)
Fenerbahce Arsenal 0-2 ( Aaron Ramsey goal vs Fenerbahce 64′)
Fenerbahce vs Arsenal 0-3 (Giroud penalty goal vs Fenerbahce 77′)
Fenerbahce v Arsenal 2013 Champions League attendance:- 50,500 ( Referee- Rocchi)
Fenerbahce starting lineup vs Arsenal UCL 2013:- Demirel, Irtegun, Yobo, Bruno Alves, Kadlec, Topal, Meireles, Emre, Sow, Webo, Kuyt
Arsenal starting XI vs Fenerbahce 2013:- Szczesny, Sagna, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Gibbs, Rosicky, Wilshere, Ramsey, Cazorla, Giroud, Walcott
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Chelsea vs Aston Villa 2-1 Highlights

Branislav Ivanovic scored the winner for Chelsea in a 2-1 victory over Aston Villa only a minute after he avoided a red card for elbowing Christian Benteke at Stamford Bridge.

The Serbian defender – who was booked for clearly catching the Villa striker’s face in challenging for the ball – headed home Frank Lampard’s free-kick on 73 minutes to give Jose Mourinho a second straight league win after Sunday’s 2-0 success against Hull City Tigers.
John Terry was also fortunate not to avoid conceding a penalty in injury time when the ball clearly came off his hand from a Gabriel Agbonlahor header, but referee Kevin Friend decided to wave play on infuriating the Villa manager Paul Lambert and his players.
Mourinho’s side were made to work for their three points against a robust Villa, who had opened their campaign with a 3-1 win at Arsenal on Saturday.
Chelsea moved ahead when Eden Hazard’s shot was stopped by Brad Guzan only to come off the unfortunate Antonio Luna to nestle in the visiting net on six minutes.
Villa equalised in stoppage time in the first half when Benteke swept home Agbonlahor’s cutback for his third goal of the season via a post, but they were destined to end the night in defeat by a referee who was not their friend.

Chelsea vs Aston Villa 2013 ( Chelsea AVFC VIDEO BELOW)
Final score and result:- Chelsea vs Aston Villa 2-1 ( Luna OG, Ivanovic/ Benteke)
Stamford Bridge, London- 21 August, 2013- 19.45 UK- 21/8/13- Wednesday
A tight, controversial game at the Bridge goes in Chelsea’s favour as Branislav Ivanovic’s second half strike gives the Blues a 2-1 win over Paul Lambert’s Aston Villa
Chelsea vs Aston Villa 1-0 ( Luna own goal v Chelsea 7′)
Chelsea Aston Villa 1-1 ( Benteke goal vs Chelsea 45′)
Chelsea vs Aston Villa 2-1 ( Ivanovic goal vs Aston Villa 73′)
Chelsea v Aston Villa 2013 attendance:- 41,520 ( Referee- Friend)
Chelsea starting lineup v AVFC 2013:- Cech, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Cole, Ramires, Lampard, Oscar, Mata, Hazard, Ba
Aston Villa starting XI vs CFC 2013:- Guzan, Lowton, Vlaar, Clark, Luna, El Ahmadi, Westwood, Delph, Weimann, Benteke, Agbonlahor
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Atletico Madrid vs Barcelona 1-1 Spanish Super Cup Highlights

Brazilian forward Neymar came off the bench to head his first competitive goal for Barcelona and rescue a 1-1 draw at Atletico Madrid in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup.

David Villa struck a superb 12th-minute volley against the club he left in the close season to put Atletico ahead in the two-legged showpiece that pits last term’s league champions Barca against the Copa del Rey winners.
On a sweltering night at the Calderon, Barca struggled to create chances for an equaliser against a typically resolute Atletico defence, with World Player of the Year Lionel Messi unusually anonymous.
The Argentina forward was replaced by Cesc Fabregas at the break as a precaution after picking up a problem in his left thigh muscle before Neymar made a near-immediate impact after coming on for Pedro.
The 21-year-old sped in unmarked at the far post and leaped to nod home a cross from compatriot Daniel Alves for a 66th minute leveller.
He had only been on the pitch a matter of minutes and it was his first goal in a competitive match since a high-profile move from Santos.

Atletico Madrid vs Barcelona 2013 ( Atleti Barca VIDEO BELOW)
Final score and result:- Atletico Madrid vs Barcelona 1-1 ( David Villa/ Neymar)
Estadio Vicente Calderon, Madrid- Supercopa de Espana 2013 first leg- 21 August, 2013- 22.00 UK KO- 21/8/13- Wednesday
David Villa’s opener for Atletico Madrid is cancelled out by Neymar’s first competitive goal for Barcelona as the two sides play out a 1-1 draw in the first leg of their Spanish Super Cup tie
Atletico Madrid Barca 1-0 ( David Villa goal vs Barca 12′)
Atletico Madrid vs Barcelona 1-1 ( Neymar goal v Atletico Madrid 66′)
Atletico Madrid v Barcelona Spanish Super Cup 2013 attendance:- 54,851 ( Referee- Mallenco)
Atletico Madrid starting lineup vs Barcelona 2013 Super Cup:- Courtois, Juanfran, Miranda, Godin, Filipe Luis, Koke, Suarez, Gabi, Arda, Diego Costa, Villa
FCB starting XI vs Atletico de Madrid 2013:- Valdes, Pique, Xavi, Pedro, Iniesta, Alexis Sanchez, Messi, Mascherano, Sergio Busquets, Alba, Alves
( Credits of this Atleti Barcelona 2013 Highlights Video with uploaders)


Tuesday, August 20, 2013

The 2013/14 Premier League season is officially underway and the first round of football got off to a flyer with reigning champions Manchester United opening their campaign with a 4-1 win over Swansea.

Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City also registered their opening week with a win but the ultimate shocker was provided by Arsenal who slumped to a 3-1 home defeat to Aston Villa. Disgruntled Gunners fans vented out their frustration towards Arsene Wenger and the club administration.
So what does this all mean? The beautiful game of football is back!
Games are coming in thick and fast in the Premier League and the opening day fixtures has set the tone for the rest of the season. So who do you think will win the 2013/14 Premier League season?
Faithful fans will hope and pray that their favourite teams will do well for the coming season while online premier league betting has its own take on the matter.
The biggest clubs in the Premier League have started brightly except for Arsenal. However it is still very early in the season to decide who will eventually be crowned the champions of English football.
There are many new faces in the Premier League this season and some appear to be an absolute gem of a signing for their respective clubs. However reigning champions Manchester United have yet to make a significant signing.
Senior Manchester United players like Ryan Giggs, Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand believes that the current squad is strong enough to retain the Premier League title under new manager David Moyes.
The transfer window is still open and there is still time for clubs to strengthen their squad as they prepare for a grueling 2013/14 football season.
Whatever the case may be, the odds are on Manchester United to retain their Premier League crown but Chelsea and Manchester City will say otherwise.
Can Manchester United retain their Premier League title? Many wouldn’t bet against it but the Premier League season is long and grueling and the pressure is on United to deliver the goods.

Bale exit seems imminent

Reports in the press today have suggested that Anzhi playmaker Willian has arrived in London to undergo a medical at White Hart Lane. Liverpool were earlier favourites to sign the £30m Brazilian, but it looks like Spurs have beaten them to the deal, with Sky Bet also suspending betting on the player’s next destination.

Spurs are also in advanced talks to sign Erik Lamela from Roma, with the Giallorossi willing to sell him for somewhere in the region of €30m.
The Gareth Bale to Real Madrid talks have also gained traction, with reports from Italy and Spain suggesting that Real have now agreed to pay the Lilywhites £93m + Portuguese left back Fabio Coentrao.
If Willian, Lamela and Coentrao do sign for Spurs, then most neutrals would regard it as a reasonably successful transfer window for AVB’s men even with the departure of Bale. In sharp contrast to local rivals Arsenal, Spurs have spent heavily in the market so far, acquiring the quartet of Paulinho, Nacer Chadli, Emmanuel Capoue and Roberto Soldado for close to £60m.
The news will also represent a blow of sorts to Liverpool fans, who can now count Willian as another missed target this summer along with Diego Costa and Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

Man City vs Newcastle 4-0 2013 Highlights Video

Man City vs Newcastle 2013 ( Manchester City NUFC VIDEO BELOW)

Manchester City got the Manuel Pellegrini era off to a flyer with a resounding 4-0 win over 10-man Newcastle at the Etihad Stadium.

Goals from David Silva, Sergio Aguero, Yaya Toure and substitute Samir Nasri did the damage as the Citizens surged to the top of the table.
The hosts dominated throughout and could have added to their margin of victory with Edin Dzeko, Javi Garcia and Gael Clichy all going close.
The result compounded a miserable night for Newcastle, who saw their pre-match preparations overshadowed by Arsenal’s bid for their influential midfielder, Yohan Cabaye.
The Magpies rarely threatened and saw their hopes evaporate on the stroke of half time when Steven Taylor was shown a straight red card for catching Aguero with a flailing arm.
It was almost a perfect night for City, but an injury scare to captain Vincent Kompany will leave them anxious, after the influential Belgium international limped off late on.
Final score and result:- Man City vs Newcastle 4-0 ( Silva, Aguero, Toure, Nasri)
Etihad Stadium, Manchester- 19 August, 2013- Monday- 20.00 UK KO- 19/8/13
Man City demolish ten man Newcastle 4-0 to get their new Premiership campaign up and running. It was a second straight 4-0 loss for Newcastle at the Etihad, having lost by the same scoreline earlier this year too.
Man City v Newcastle 1-0 ( David Silva goal vs Newcastle 6′)
Man City Newcastle 2-0 ( Sergio Aguero goal vs Newcastle 22′)
Manchester City Newcastle Utd 2-0 ( Steven Taylor red card v Manchester City 45+3′)
Manchester City vs Newcastle 3-0 ( Yaya Toure goal vs Newcastle 50′)
Man City NUFC 4-0 ( Samir Nasri goal vs Newcastle 75′)
Man City v Newcastle 2013 attendance:- 46,842 ( Referee- Marriner)
Man City starting lineup vs Newcastle United 2013:- Hart, Zabaleta, Kompany, Lescott, Clichy, Fernandinho, Toure, Jesus Navas, Aguero, Silva, Dzeko
NUFC starting XI v MCFC 2013:- Krul, Debuchy, Coloccini, Steven Taylor, Yanga-Mbiwa, Sissoko, Tiote, Gouffran, Ben Arfa, Gutierrez, Cisse
( Credits of this MCFC Newcastle Highlights Video with uploaders)


Monday, August 19, 2013

Inter Milan made routine progress past Serie B opposition as they moved into the fourth round of the Coppa Italia.
Inter claimed a 4-0 win over 10-man Cittadella. Jonathan opened the scoring for the Nerazzurri after 17 minutes before Simone Pecorini was sent off and Rodrigo Palacio doubled the lead from the penalty spot 14 minutes before the break.
Palacio was on target again in the 59th minute and just five minutes later Andrea Ranocchia completed the scoring.


Borussia Dortmund made it two wins from two in the Bundesliga but left it late to see off the challenge of battling Eintracht Braunschweig at the Westfalenstadion.

Substitute Jonas Hofmann finally broke Braunschweig’s resistance in the 75th minute before a Marco Reus penalty four minutes from time eased Dortmund further clear.
Braunschweig pulled a late goal back when Kevin Kratz’s glancing header deflected in off the head of home striker Robert Lewandowski to give the visitors some hope, but Dortmund held on to move into a five-team share of top spot in the Bundesliga.
Braunschweig were unfortunate to lose 1-0 to Werder Bremen in their first match and they can count themselves equally unlucky not to come away with something from their trip to Champions League finalists Dortmund.


We have listed for you all the Barclays Premier League clubs and their transfer dealings during the summer window as of the end of Sunday, August 19.
Check it out.

Yaya Sanogo (Auxerre, FRA – free)

Marouane Chamakh (Crystal Palace – undisclosed), Gervinho (AS Roma, ITA – £6.8m), Andre Santos (Flamengo, BRA – undisclosed), Vito Mannone (Sunderland – £2m), Andrey Arshavin (Zenit St Petersburg, RUS – free), Denilson (Sao Paulo, BRA – free), Sebastien Squillaci (Bastia, FRA – free), Conor Henderson (released), Martin Angha (Nuremberg, GER – undisclosed), Craig Eastmond (Colchester United – free), Jernade Mead (Swansea City – free), Sanchez Watt (released)
Aston Villa

Jed Steer (Norwich City – free), Jores Okore (Nordsjaelland, DEN – £4m), Leandro Bacuna (FC Groningen, NED – £900,000), Aleksandar Tonev (Lech Poznan, POL – £2.7m), Nicklas Helenius (Aalborg, DEN – £1.2m), Antonio Luna (Sevilla, SPN – £1.7m)

Brett Holman (Al Nasr, UAE – free), Derrick Williams (Bristol City – free), Richard Dunne (released), Eric Lichaj (Nottingham Forest – free), Jean Makoun (Rennes, FRA – £2.5m), Andy Marshall (released)
Cardiff City

Gary Medel (Sevilla, SPN – £11.2m), Steven Caulker (Tottenham – £8m), John Brayford (Derby County – £1.5m), Simon Moore (Brentford – undisclosed), Andreas Cornelius (FC Copenhagen, DEN – £8.5m)

Stephen McPhail (released), Heidar Helguson (released), Nat Jarvis (released)

Cristian Cuevas (O’Higgins, CHI – £1.7m), Mark Schwarzer (Fulham – free), Marco van Ginkel (Vitesse Arnhem, NED – £9m), Andre Schurrle (Bayer Leverkusen, GER – £18m)

Jeffrey Bruma (PSV Eindhoven, NED – £2.5m), Yossi Benayoun (released), Paulo Ferreira (released), Florent Malouda (released), Hilario (released), Ross Turnbull (released)
Crystal Palace

Florian Marange (unattached – free), Neil Alexander (Rangers, SCO – free), Marouane Chamakh (Arsenal – undisclosed), Elliot Grandin (unattached – free), Jose Campana (Sevilla, SPN – £1.7m), Jerome Thomas (West Bromwich Albion – free), Dwight Gayle (Peterborough United – £8.5m), Stephen Dobbie (Brighton & Hove Albion – undisclosed)

Jermaine Easter (Millwall – free)

Arouna Kone (Wigan Athletic – £5m)

Jake Bidwell (Brentford – undisclosed), Phil Neville (retired), Thomas Hitzlsperger (released), Jan Mucha (released)

Ange-Freddy Plumain (Lens, FRA – free), Sascha Riether (Cologne, GER – £1.2m), Derek Boateng (Dnipro, UKR – undisclosed), Fernando Amorebieta (Athletic Bilbao, SPN – free), Maarten Stekelenburg (Roma, ITA – £4.8m)

Chris Baird (released), Simon Davies (released), Mahamadou Diarra (released), Mladen Petric (released), Mark Schwarzer (Chelsea – free), Csaba Somogyi (released), Alex Smith (released), Corey Gameiro (released)
Hull City

Tom Huddlestone (Tottenham – £5m), Steve Harper (Newcastle United – free), Allan McGregor (Besiktas, TUR – £1.8m), Ahmed Elmohamady (Sunderland – £2m), Curtis Davies (Birmingham City – £2.7m), Maynor Figueroa (Wigan Athletic – free), George Boyd (Peterborough United – free)

Sonny Bradley (Portsmouth – free), Danny East (Portsmouth – free), Mark Cullen (Luton Town – free), Andy Dawson (Scunthorpe United – free), Jamie Devitt (released), Paul McKenna (released), Seyi Olofinjana (released), Jay Simpson (released)

Simon Mignolet (Sunderland – £9m), Iago Aspas (Celta Vigo, SPN – £7.5m), Luis Alberto (Sevilla, SPN – £6.8m), Kolo Toure (Manchester City – free)

Stewart Downing (West Ham United – £5m), Jay Spearing (Bolton – £1.4m), Jonjo Shelvey (Swansea City – £6m), Andy Carroll (West Ham United – £15.5m), Danny Wilson (Heart of Midlothian, SCO – free), Jamie Carragher (retired), Peter Gulacsi (FC Salzburg, AUT – free)
Manchester City

Alvaro Negredo (Sevilla, SPN – £21m), Stevan Jovetic (Fiorentina, ITA – £22m), Fernandinho (Shakhtar Donetsk, UKR – £34m), Jesus Navas (Sevilla, SPN – £15m)

Douglas Maicon (AS Roma, ITA – £3m), Carlos Tevez (Juventus, ITA – £7.6m), Kolo Toure (Liverpool – free), Wayne Bridge (Reading – free), Jeremy Helan (Sheffield Wednesday – £350,000), Ryan McGivern (Hibernian, SCO – free), Roque Santa Cruz (released)
Manchester United

Guillermo Varela (Penarol, URU – £1m)

Paul Scholes (retired)
Newcastle United

Olivier Kemen (Metz, FRA – undisclosed)

James Perch (Wigan Athletic – £700,000), Steve Harper (Hull City – free), Danny Simpson (QPR – free)
Norwich City

Gary Hooper (Celtic, SCO – £5.5m), Leroy Fer (FC Twente, NED – £4.7m), Martin Olsson (Blackburn Rovers – £2.5m), Nathan Redmond (Birmingham City – undisclosed), Ricky van Wolfswinkel (Sporting Lisbon, POR – £8.6m), Javier Garrido (Lazio, ITA – £1.2m), Carlo Nash (Stoke City – free)

Leon Barnett (Wigan Athletic – undisclosed), Grant Holt (Wigan Athletic – £4m), James Vaughan (Huddersfield Town – undisclosed), Jed Steer (Aston Villa – free), Chris Martin (Derby County – free), Marc Tierney (Bolton – free), Simeon Jackson (Eintracht Braunschweig – free), Korey Smith (Oldham Athletic – free), Elliott Ward (Bournemouth – free), Tom Adeyemi (Birmingham City – free), George Francomb (Wimbledon – free), Lee Camp (released)

Pablo Osvaldo (AS Roma, ITA – £15m), Victor Wanyama (Celtic, SCO – £12.5m), Dejan Lovren (Lyon, FRA – £8.5m)

Vegard Forren (Molde, NOR – £2m), Frazer Richardson (released), Richard Chaplow (Millwall – free), Danny Butterfield (released), Danny Seaborne (released), Ryan Dickson (released), Ben Reeves (released), Sam Hoskins (released)
Stoke City

Marc Muniesa (Barcelona, SPN – free), Erik Pieters (PSV Eindhoven, NED – £3m)

Jermaine Pennant (released), Dean Whitehead (Middlesbrough – free), Carlo Nash (Norwich City – free), Matthew Upson (Brighton & Hove Albion – free), Rory Delap (released), Matthew Lund (Rochdale – free), Mamady Sidibe (released), Michael Owen (retired)

Emanuele Giaccherini (Juventus, ITA – £6.4m), Jozy Altidore (AZ Alkmaar, NED – £6m), El-Hadji Ba (Le Havre, FRA – free), Vito Mannone (Arsenal – £2m), David Moberg Karlsson (IFK Gothenburg, SWE – £1.5m), Cabral (FC Basel, SUI – free), Valentin Roberge (Maritimo, POR – free), Modibo Diakite (Lazio, ITA – free), Duncan Watmore (Altrincham – undisclosed)

James McClean (Wigan Athletic – £2m), Ahmed Elmohamady (Hull City – £2m), Simon Mignolet (Liverpool – £9m), Titus Bramble (released), Matthew Kilgallon (released), Ryan Noble (released)
Swansea City

Wilfried Bony (Vitesse Arnhem, NED – £12m), Jonjo Shelvey (Liverpool – £6m), Alejandro Pozuelo (Real Betis, SPN – £425,000), Jose Canas (Real Betis, SPN – free), Jordi Amat (Espanyol, SPN – £2.5m), Jernade Meade (Arsenal – free), Gregor Zabret (NK Domzale, SVN – undisclosed), Alex Gogic (Olympiakos, GRE – free)

Kemy Agustien (Brighton & Hove Albion – free), Mark Gower (Charlton Athletic – free)

Etienne Capoue (Toulouse, FRA – £9.3m), Roberto Soldado (Valencia, SPN – £25.9m), Nacer Chadli (FC Twente, NED – £7m), Paulinho (Corinthians, BRA – £17m)

Tom Huddlestone (Hull City – £5m), Clint Dempsey (Seattle Sounders, USA – £5.8m), Steven Caulker (Cardiff City – £8m), William Gallas (released), John Bostock (released), David Bentley (released), Jake Nicholson (released)
West Bromwich Albion

Diego Lugano (Paris Saint-Germain, FRA – free), Nicolas Anelka (Juventus, ITA – free)

Jerome Thomas (Crystal Palace – free), Gonzalo Jara (Nottingham Forest – free), Marc-Antoine Fortune (Wigan Athletic – free), Zoltan Gera (released)
West Ham United

Stewart Downing (Liverpool – £5m), Andy Carroll (Liverpool – £15.5m), Razvan Rat (Shakhtar Donetsk, UKR – free), Adrian (Real Betis, SPN – free), Danny Whitehead (Stockport County – undisclosed)

Carlton Cole (released), Gary O’Neil (QPR – free), Rob Hall (Bolton – free)

Barcelona vs Levante 7-0 Highlights 2013 Sanchez Messi Pedro Alves Xavi Goals Video

Barcelona vs Levante 2013 ( Barca Levante VIDEO BELOW)
Final score and result:- Barcelona vs Levante 7-0 ( Sanchez, Messi*2, Pedro*2, Alves, Xavi)
Nou Camp, Barcelona- 18 August, 2013- La Liga- 18.00 UK KO- 18/8/13
Barcelona score 7, including six before the interval, as they make short work of Levante in their La Liga opener
Barcelona vs Levante 1-0 ( Alexis Sanchez goal vs Levante 3′)
Barca vs Levante 2-0 ( Lionel Messi goal vs Levante 12′)
Barca vs Levante 3-0 ( Alves goal vs Levante 23′)
Barcelona Levante 4-0 ( Pedro goal vs Levante 26′)
Barca Levante 5-0 ( Messi pen goal vs Levante 42′)
FCB Levante 6-0 ( Xavi goal vs Levante 45′)
Barcelona vs Levante 7-0 ( Pedro goal vs Levante 73′)
Barca v Levante 2013 attendance:- 73,812
Barcelona starting lineup vs Levante 2013:- Valdes, Alves, Pique, Mascherano, Adriano, Xavi, Busquets, Fabregas, Alexis, Messi, Pedro
Levante starting XI vs FCB 2013:- Navas, Navarro, Rodas, Barral, El Zhar, Ruben, Juanfran, Xumetra, Sergio, Lopez, Simao
( Credits of this Barcelona Levante Highlights Video with uploaders)

PSG vs Ajaccio 2013 Highlights Pedretti Cavani Goals Video

PSG vs Ajaccio 2013 ( Paris Saint-Germain Ajaccio VIDEO BELOW)
Final score and result:- PSG vs Ajaccio 1-1 ( Cavani/ Pedretti)
Parc des Princes, Paris- 18 August, 2013- 20.00 UK- 18/8/13- Sunday
Benoit Pedretti and Edinson Cavani both score stunners as Paris SG draw 1-1 with Ajaccio
PSG Ajaccio 0-1 ( Pedretti goal vs PSG 9′)
PSG vs Ajaccio 1-1 ( Cavani goal vs Ajaccio 86′)
PSG starting lineup vs Ajaccio 2013:- Sirigu, Alex, Thiago Silva, Maxwell, Jallet, Motta, Matuidi, Pastore, Lucas, Cavani, Ibrahimovic
Ajaccio starting XI vs Paris SG 2013:- Ochoa, Perozo, Zubar, Bonnart, Nadeau, Pierazzi, Mostafa, Lasne, Pedretti, Mutu, Diarra
( Credits of this PSG Ajaccio 2013 Highlights Video with uploaders)

Real Madrid vs Real Betis 2013 Highlights 2-1 Molina Benzema Isco Goals Video

Real Madrid vs Real Betis 2013 ( Madrid Betis VIDEO BELOW)
Final score and result:- Real Madrid vs Real Betis 2-1 ( Benzema, Isco/ Molina)
Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid- 18 August, 2013- La Liga- 20.00 UK- 18/8/13- Sunday
Isco’s late goal helps Real Madrid take three points from their La Liga opener against Betis at the Bernabeu
Real Madrid v Real Betis 0-1 ( Jorge Molina goal vs Real Madrid 14′)
Real Madrid vs Real Betis 1-1 ( Karim Benzema goal vs Real Betis 26′)
Real Madrid vs Real Betis 2-1 ( Isco goal vs Real Betis 85′)
Real Madrid starting lineup v Real Betis 2013:- Diego Lopez, Carvajal, Ramos, Pepe, Marcelo,Modric, Khedira, Isco, Ozil, Cristiano Ronaldo, Benzema
Real Betis starting XI v RMA 2013:- Andersen, Chica, Perquis, Paulao, Nacho, Juanfran, Matilla, Verdu, Igiebor, Cedric, Molina
( Credits of this Real Madrid Betis 2013 Highlights Video with uploaders)

Juventus vs Lazio 4-0 Supercoppa 2013 Highlights Pogba Chiellini Lichtsteiner Tevez Goals Video

Juventus vs Lazio 2013 ( Juve Lazio Supercup VIDEO BELOW)
Final score and result:- Juventus vs Lazio 4-0 ( Pogba, Chiellini, Lichtsteiner, Tevez)
Stadio Olimpico, Rome- Italian Super Cup 2013- 18 August, 2013- 20.00 UK KO- Sunday
Juve retain the Italian Super Cup after a strong second half performance sees the Bianconeri overcome Lazio 4-0 at the Olimpico
Juve vs Lazio 1-0 ( Paul Pogba goal vs Lazio 23′)
Juventus Lazio 2-0 ( Giorgio Chiellini goal vs Lazio 52′)
Juve Lazio 3-0 ( Lichtsteiner goal vs Lazio 54′)
Juventus vs Lazio 4-0 ( Tevez goal vs Lazio 56′)
Juventus starting lineup vs Lazio Super Cup 2013:- Buffon, Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini, Lichtsteiner, Vidal, Pirlo, Marchisio, Asamoah, Tevez, Vucinic
Lazio starting XI v Juve Supercoppa 2013:- Marchetti, Cavanda, Biava, Dias, Radu; Biglia, Ledesma, Candreva, Hernanes, Lulic, Klose
( Credits of this Juve Lazio 2013 Super Cup Highlights Video with uploaders)

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