I wanted to write a celebratory post the day Barça won the double but I decided to wait until after the Champions League finals. As a solid Barça fan, I really wanted Atleti to win. Never mind that they were the ones who kicked Barça out, or that their game play usually involves rough defending that ends with clean sheets but barely any goals. Call it schadenfreude but I really do find pleasure in seeing Real Madrid lose.
Eeee. Kilig much! Jordi Alba scored the winning goal today ending the away match against Almeria with 2-1! Eeeee!
But aside from the kilig factor brought about by Jordi’s first Barça goal this season, it did not seem like the team has started to pick up the pieces following their two consecutive losses against Madrid and Celta. Suarez — who assisted both goals — and Neymar were benched in the first half and were only subbed in at half-time when Almeria was ahead 0-1. I know Almeria is a mid-table team but seriously, what was Enrique thinking?
Ang saya siguro ng mga Madridista. Pinahiran nila ng tae ang clean sheet ni Bravo at sila ang unang nakatalo sa Barça sa Liga ngayong season. Mga neknek nila, peste.
Although sige, ibibigay ko naman sa kanila ang panalo. Ang husay e. Nakakabilib ang team effort — it was game won as a team and not by individual brilliance. Ni hindi man lang nag-shine bright like a diamond si Cristiano Ronaldo. Si Marcelo yata ang MOTM. Ang solid niya kasi kaliwa, both up front and in the backline. Solid sila ni Carvajal mga ‘tang ina nila.
Tapos puta nakapuntos si Pepe. Anak ng tinapa. Matindi talaga ang galit ko sa mukha ng pangit na ‘yun. Watching him celebrate is like hearing a chalk screeching against a blackboard. Nakakairita nang fatale!
Just finished watching the Everton – Chelsea match. The second half was freakin’ unbelievable with freakin’ one goal after another! The match ended with a 6 – 3 scoreline in favor of Mourinho’s team — I hate the guy but holy shit they really did well. Hay. The joys of watching a good match without any sort of emotional attachment to either of the teams.
Eto’o and Cesc, go former Barça boys!
Lukaku, who was team Belgium in the last World Cup and team Everton in the BPL, looks way older than 21. Seriously, really, he’s just 21?