Raftic Rumble Closer to El Clasico Between Barcelona and Real Madrid

Raftic Rumble Closer to El Clasico Between Barcelona and Real Madrid

Barcelona midfielder, Ivan Rakitic, confident against El Clasico. He believes his side will win over Real Madrid at El Clasico this third volume of the season.

Barcelona and Real Madrid will be involved in the game titled El Clasico was at the Stadium Camp Nou, December 23, 2017. Because the date of the game approaching Christmas, Rakitic joked about the “gift” end of the year that unpleasant.

“One of the two teams will be celebrating Christmas with sadness,” said the Croatian midfielder jokingly, as reported by BolaSport.com from Marca.

Rakitic expressed the significance of El Clasico’s game against Real Madrid. He believes that Barcelona have a great chance to win the game.

“Winning the El Clasico match will be a sweet way to close this year,” Rakitic said.

Barcelona currently does have a bigger chance on paper.

Ernesto Valverde’s team is currently at the top of the Spanish league standings this season with 39 points. Meanwhile, Real Madrid are still stuck in fourth place Spanish league this season.

Zinedine Zidane’s new team is able to collect a total of 31 points from nine wins, 4 draws and 2 defeats.

The desire to rise owned by Real Madrid is clearly a threat to Barcelona. Moreover, Real Madrid started the 2017-2018 season with a victory at El Clasico in the Spanish Super Cup.

Liverpool Wants to Play Aubameyang

Liverpool Wants to Play Aubameyang

Liverpool in the news are interested to bring Pierre Emerick Aubameyang from Borussia Dormund in the January transfer window Agen judi online.

The Reds are drawn to the retainer of Gabon’s national team, because the management wants to unite the player with Jurgen Klopp at Anfield. Where in the hope that both can provide a prestigious trophy which has been in waiting by the fans as he did in Signal Iduna Park at that time.

Even with an unfavorable situation between Aubameyang and the German giants are related to discipline after he went to Barcelona without permission will try to be utilized by the Red in the near future.

However, to bring him to Merseyside will meet the constraints of the article of Chelsea reported also interested in bringing the 28-year-old player to Stamford Bridge. Meanwhile, Aubameyang now recorded has scored 17 goals in all competitions from 19 matches.

Sah, Aguero Became the Top Scorer of All Time in Man City

Sah, Aguero Became the Top Scorer of All Time in Man City

Sergio Aguero finally ensured himself won the title of all-time king of goals for Manchester City, after being delayed for a week Agensbobet99.net. One goal against Napoli makes the Argentine striker collected a total of 178 goals during the costumed The Citizens.

Aguero took part in scoring Man City’s 4-2 win at Napoli headquarters in the fourth matchday of the Champions League group stage on Wednesday (1/11/2017) or early Thursday morning. The 29-year-old striker scored the third goal of The Citizens in the 69th minute to follow the incision Nicolas Otamendi (34 ‘) and John Stones (48’).

The closing goal Man City Raheem Sterling diceploskan (90 ‘).

Aguero entitlement means special for being his 178th goal since joining Man City in 2011. The little striker who was once a star Atletico Madrid was also a legitimate legend after taking over the record of Man City’s top scorer previously held by Eric Brook as many as 177 goals (1927 -1940).

This certainty swept through the confusion that occurred a week ago when some media outlets showed Aguero had surpassed Brook’s record in a duel against Wolverhampton Wanderers in the League Cup (25/10/2017). At that time, Aguero was named scored the 178 for Man City by counting the execution on penalties.

Now there is no doubt because Aguero has legitimately reached the 178 ceiling with a goal against Napoli. Quoted BolaSport.com from Opta data, the record was achieved in 264 various event appearances.

“He’s a legend and part of the history of this club, Aguero’s record shows that it’s incredible,” Man City manager Pep Guardiola said on the UEFA website.