Real Madrid v FC Barcelona (1 Viewer)


f(s+1)=3((s +1)-1=3s
Jul 12, 2002
++ [ originally posted by Edgar Davids ] ++
Kluivert is so stupid!
Don't say that, Tom will eat you alive!!!:dazed::D:angel:

1-1 is pretty good, at least we didn't get crushed by the madrid morons.


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Jul 17, 2002
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    Draw, that's a good result since Real didn't play good last night.:down: But hope they wouldn't play like that in CL against Man Yoo.
    The looks scary than ever, they've thrashed Blackburn Rovers 3-1 in premiership.
    But thank god, in the 2nd leg, they will play without Scholes and Gary Neville.;)
    Real should take this advantage in that situation.

    Yeah, right, Barca looked better....1-1 may dissapointed them but hey it was in Bernabeu :(
    Hope Juve will teach them a lesson in Camp Nou :strong::D


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    Jul 17, 2002
    He's got the deftest touch of any striker in the world today IMHO. Too bad he's not as great a finisher, then he'd really be dangerous.


    Senior Member
    Sep 21, 2002
    I think you'll agree about that:
    Kluivert is too apathetic, sluggish and lazy. he doesn't give 100% and give up early it's irritating!
    yesterday it took him ages just to turn around with the ball. Real Madrid had an easy deal with him. If kluiverts was normal, not good, yesterday, Barca would have beat Real easily!


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    Jul 17, 2002
    Barcelona may be in the doldrums, but their fans are finally smiling after Saturday night's draw at Real Madrid. The Catalan club can relish the role of Liga spoilers reports Louis Massie.

    "No one expected us to achieve such a result" said Barcelona midfielder Luis Enrique after denting their arch-rivals' chances of winning their first title since 1997. Chasing Deportivo la Coruña and Real Sociedad can close the gap to 1 point if they win later today.

    Despite being seperated by 24 points in the league, Barcelona dominated the leaders for much of last night's tense 1-1 draw at the Bernabeu. The result means that league leaders Real's title charge is faltering, taking just 1 point from their last two games.

    Ex-Barcelona star Ronaldo opened the scoring on 16 minutes with a cool finish after being put clear by France midfielder Claude Makelele. Barcelona duly reacted strongly and drew level when Real keeper Iker Cassilas could only parry a Patrick Kluivert header into the path of Real old boy Luis Enrique who poked home from close range.

    As is often the case in 'El Clasico' the referee, Muniz Fernandez, was busy: he handed out 11 yellow cards in total. Real Madrid defender Michel Salgado was ordered off with two minutes to go for a second bookable offence after a foul on winger Marc Overmars.

    Barcelona coach Radomir Ancic was particularily scathing of Fernandez's performance at the post-match press conference.

    "We had a good chance to win here but the referee was prejudiced against us."

    But Real refused to be drawn on the subject. Instead the Madrid Sporting Director Jorg Valdano prefered to accentuate the positive.

    "The best news to come out of the draw with Barça is that whatever happens in Coruña and San Sebastian we will continue to be leaders."

    Depor entertain 6th placed Sevilla while Sociedad host bottom placed Rayo Vallecano. Wins for the two home sides would suggest that once more La Liga will go down to the wire.


    Minimiliano Tristelli
    Mar 6, 2003
    I dont thnk kluivert is bad,,IMO he is having bad luck lately, combining with the keepers good performance.

    In the game against juve,,,he did only 1 very dangerous shot on goal,,but i dont know how bufon saved thans god.

    In madrid clash, he did at least 3 shots on goal very dangerous(including the header that started the scoring play), but casillas did very well in all.

    Maybe he can do more, but until juve play against them,, let kluivert without scores please.

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