Jorge Valdano defends Messi Jorge Valdano leaped to Lionel Messi’s defence following the criticism the player was subjected to after Argentina failed to win the Copa America. “I’m embarrassed by it all. We’re talking about the best player in the world, one of the all-time greats,” he said. “The rest of the world enjoys his football and
Lazy? I don’t think so, Grandpa. Just watch this.
Cruel. Unfair. Miserable. Hopeless. A disgrace. These are not words you would normally associate with the life of a top level football player, and even less so that of arguably the best player in the history of the game. But as Alexis Sánchez tucked in his penalty in style and took off his shirt to celebrate Chile’s maiden
GOLDEN MANITA With 120 days to go in the year, it’s clear that Leo Messi will win the FIFA Ballon d’ Or Four titles, scoring in three decisive matches, he will be king for the fifth time
Bravo on the verge of breaking his own record Looks like there’s another player who breaks his own records besides Leo Messi – Claudio Bravo. The Chilean shot-stopper is enjoying the best moments of his career since joining the club and is only 27 minutes away from breaking his own record of 727 minutes without conceding. Claudio