Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi didn't have to contend with just the Valencia defense on his way to a brace during Saturday's 3-2 victory. After scoring the winner from the penalty spot in the 94th minute, Messi celebrated with his teammates in front of the Curva Nord stand at Mestalla Stadium. Show More Summary
Lionel Messi netted a brace, including a game-winning conversion from the penalty spot in the 94th minute, as Barcelona narrowly escaped Mestalla Stadium with a thrilling 3-2 victory over Valencia in La Liga on Saturday. Luis Suarez also scored for Barca, who moved atop the league table for the time being with 19 points from nine matches. Show More Summary
Barcelona travelled to struggling Valencia on Saturday hoping to carry their red-hot UEFA Champions League form into La Liga. The afternoon started badly for the visitors as they lost captain Andres Iniesta to a nasty-looking knee injury: But...Show More Summary
Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta picked up a knee problem during his team’s clash with Valencia on Saturday. News of the injury suffered by the Spain international came per Sid Lowe of the Guardian. Barcelona announced Iniesta isShow More Summary
Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has revealed Barcelona tried to bring him to the Camp Nou during the summer transfer window, only for the Old Lady to reject the bid. The Argentinian himself told French magazine So Foot (via Samuel Marsden...Show More Summary
Madrid (AFP) – Barcelona captain Andres Iniesta will be out for between six and eight weeks, the Spanish champions confirmed on Saturday after he suffered knee ligament damage in a 3-2 win at Valencia. Iniesta was stretchered from the...Show More Summary
Barcelona captain Andres Iniesta is out for six to eight weeks after injuring knee ligaments in the win over Valencia.
Lionel Messi scores an injury-time penalty as Barcelona secure a dramatic late comeback victory over Valencia to go top of La Liga.
Leo Messi at the double as Barcelona win 3-2 at Valencia (Official video) By Ben Green Saturday, October 22nd, 2016 23:14 Barcelona win in the 94th minute at Valencia The highlights below start with Andres Iniesta’s injury which is expected to keep him out for 6-8 weeks. Leo Messi fired Barcelona in front but Valencia came […]
Madrid (AFP) – Valencia’s sporting director Jesus Garcia Pitarch railed against the “absolutely lamentable” display of the referee after Barcelona snatched a controversial 3-2 win at Mestalla on Saturday. Lionel Messi converted a 94th-minute penalty in a bad-tempered match overshadowed by a serious knee injury to Barca’s Andres Iniesta. Show More Summary
After Leo Messi scored a late penalty to give Barcelona a 3-2 lead over Valencia, a salty fan decided to take matters into his own hands by throwing a bottle of water at the Barcelona players while they celebrated the goal. If you didn’t see the bottle, you’d swear somebody just got shot by the way […]
A dangerous scene emerged from Saturday’s Valencia tilt against Barcelona. Leo Messi scored a late penalty to give Barcelona the 3-2 (...)
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has seemingly committed his long-term future to the Gunners by saying he’d shun the advances of Barcelona if they came calling. The Spaniard spent eight years in Catalonia with Barca ’s youth setup before...Show More Summary
Patrice Evra congratulated Barcelona star Luis Suarez after the striker picked up the European Golden Shoe award on Thursday. Evra took to Instagram to praise his old rival: Per Sport, he wrote, "On my Instagram there's only love and...Show More Summary
A shocking photo shows the horrific bite wound sustained by an air hostess after a nervous flier sunk her teeth into her arm as passengers were boarding a flight in Barcelona to London.
Spanish Grand Prix venue the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya will play host to next year's Formula 1 pre-season test sessions, it…
Aguero needs to shape up…. Aguero and Messi talking at full-time By Paul Morrissey Friday, October 21st, 2016 22:30 Sergio Aguero dropped for Man City’s game at Barcelona One of the big talking points to emerge from Manchester City’s 4-0 defeat to Barcelona was Pep Guardiola’s decision to leave Sergio Aguero out of his starting […]
Look, I’m not going to tell you that this Spanish paper’s report that Barcelona, the (in my humble and in no way biased opinion) best club in world soccer, are “closely following” America’s Wonderteen Christian Pulisic, the (again, humble, unbiased opinion) greatest, can’t-miss soccer prospect in the history of the beautiful game, means anything real. Read more...
AUSTIN, Texas, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Formula One teams have agreed a compromise to switch next year's first in-season test from Barcelona to Bahrain following a failed attempt to move winter testing to the warmer climes of the Middle E...
Barcelona forward Neymar finally signs his new five-year contract with the club, more than three months after it was agreed.