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hawkeye 10-06-2012 09:23 PM

La Liga 2012
 
MADRID: Real Madrid face Barcelona in a make-or-break El Clasico this weekend aided by a resurgent Cristiano Ronaldo but acutely aware that defeat would see them trail their bitter enemies by a massive 11 points.


Ronaldo has hit form at just the right time, netting three in the 4-1 win at Ajax in the Champions League on Wednesday, that haul coming after his hat-trick in the 5-1 La Liga rout of Deportivo La Coruna last weekend.

The last time Real and Barcelona clashed in the league last April, Ronaldo scored the decisive goal at the Camp Nou as Madrid went on to win the league.

But this season Barcelona have begun with ominous intent to reclaim their crown with six straight victories.

Perhaps the result of basking in their own triumph, Jose Mourinho’s side instead made a stuttering start with just one win from the first four games but since then they have clicked into gear and Ronaldo has looked more like his old self.

The Portuguese had looked moody and introspective, refusing to celebrate some goals with his team-mates and declaring himself unhappy but his winner against Manchester City in the Champions League last month showed his desire was back.

And now he is fully primed to face Barca after his successive hat-tricks.
“I am very happy with the way we are playing and the victory against Ajax gives us all plenty of confidence while for me personally to score three is vital for my own confidence,” said Ronaldo.

“We will go to the Camp Nou which is a very difficult stadium but we have belief in our chances and that we can get a good result. Barca have a very strong side with strength in depth.”

His teammate Xabi Alonso admitted that there is no margin for error.
“To win will be fantastic and lose, bad, there is no way of hiding the fact. We are aware of the difference in points and so obviously we are going out for the victory but we need to rest and prepare,” he said.
Although Barca have a 100 per cent record they have had injury worries to deal with especially in defence.

And the bad news to come from their mid-week Champions League win over Benfica was that Carles Puyol will be out of action for up to two months with a dislocated elbow.

The talismanic defender was only just returning from a lengthy layoff and is now back in the treatment room along with fellow centre-half Gerard Pique, so it is likely that Javier Mascherano and Alex Song will line up in the heart of the defence on Sunday.

Elsewhere unbeaten duo Atletico Madrid and Malaga go head-to-head while high-flying Sevilla and Mallorca, both on 11 points, are against Celta Vigo and Granada respectively.

At the other end of the table the situation remains desperate for Espanyol who have just one point and they are now away to Valladolid while Athletic Bilbao and Osasuna immediately above them face each other.

Confucius 10-07-2012 03:36 AM

Argh, La Liga and their two horse game.
As a third party i'd like to see Real win this game cause i'd hate to see a League finished so quick.

Confucius 10-09-2012 09:06 AM

I really think Real have closed the gap between them and Barcelona, I'm actually watching good Clasicos again after being sick with them the past couple of years they're really earning my respect back now.
Ronaldo and Messi are inseparable this time around, what amazing players!

TAREK® 10-09-2012 02:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Confucius (Post 240490)
I really think Real have closed the gap between them and Barcelona, I'm actually watching good Clasicos again after being sick with them the past couple of years they're really earning my respect back now.
Ronaldo and Messi are inseparable this time around, what amazing players!

bas ba3ed 3andak nafes el meshekle : bad refereeing, too many fouls, and Mess and Ronaldo being mentioned for 90 minutes more than Barca and Real the only difference is Pepe 3am yfek el mashkal badal ma ya3emlo :p i

SysTaMatIcS 10-11-2012 08:07 PM

Bad refereeing! Xabi alonso deserved two more yellow cards !!
great game though , and messi is the GOD of free kicks , until now the only time i saw Cristiano hit the goal from a freekick was in the semi-final of world cup 2006 against germany , and he hit the goalkeeper.

TAREK® 10-11-2012 09:20 PM

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Originally Posted by SysTaMatIcS (Post 240524)
Bad refereeing! Xabi alonso deserved two more yellow cards !!
great game though , and messi is the GOD of free kicks , until now the only time i saw Cristiano hit the goal from a freekick was in the semi-final of world cup 2006 against germany , and he hit the goalkeeper.

This shows that u dnt watch Madrid play

GOD of free kick 2al leulzzzz

SysTaMatIcS 10-11-2012 09:40 PM

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Originally Posted by TAREK® (Post 240532)
This shows that u dnt watch Madrid play

GOD of free kick 2al leulzzzz

Not always , but i probably watched like a hundred game or more for madrid , never watched cristiano hitting the goal by a free kick.

Sogelec 10-11-2012 09:58 PM

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Originally Posted by TAREK® (Post 240532)
This shows that u dnt watch Madrid play

GOD of free kick 2al leulzzzz


Yes he is, did you watch his game against Paraguay?

TAREK® 10-12-2012 04:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Sogelec (Post 240534)
Yes he is, did you watch his game against Paraguay?

I did but the God of free kicks is Liverpool s Steven Gerard...and even between RM and Barca CR7 still has more FK than Messi

Confucius 10-12-2012 11:07 AM

God of Freekick? Either Pirlo, Ronaldinho or Beckham!


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