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  1. barca96
    May 22, 2010

    i didnt see it coming either.
    and to be honest up until a few months back i still think that he is not a 1st team material. but he really stepped it up.
    hope his position is not jeopardized with the arrival of villa and ibra.

  2. MESSI-10
    May 22, 2010

    Pedro is the future and I really wonder why we spent 20mil on Kierrison. We have the shining qualities in our own farm. More than likely K9 would get for the most one season with Barca and if he doesn’t shine, they would more than likely sell him. Pedro really should be doing REDBULL advertisements.

  3. Ciaran
    May 22, 2010

    Pedro definitely deserved this.
    On the flip side, I was equally surprised that we spent €25million on a central defender that can neither defend nor actually move. Suprising.

    Yaya’s agent is continuing to run his mouth. Oh my God can someone smack him around the place. He is saying that Chelsea is the likely destination. Yaya & Essien in midfield… why play any defense at all. A formation of 2-8 should be enough to win the premiership with those two.

  4. MESSI-10
    May 22, 2010

    Ciaran— If Yaya joins Chelsea, forget premiership, think CL!
    Yaya is practically the only person that can close down Xavi.

    • Colby
      May 22, 2010

      I don’t fully understand why Yaya thinks that he will play more at Chelsea. He will be competing against Ballack, Essien, and Lampard for playing time, rather than Busquets.

      It does make sense in that Chelsea is one of the few teams at which he can realistically think he will win silverware.

      • vicsoc8
        May 22, 2010

        Ballack is going to be all but gone from that team very soon.

    • Iason
      May 24, 2010

      I want Toure to be happy and succeed at a big team, but it would be scary having to face him in Chelsea along with Essien! I rather keep him on our bench :p.

  5. Colby
    May 22, 2010

    One of my favorite Pedro goals of the year (vs. Almeria):

    //http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtaAoUxZTa4

    “Pedro’s top 10 goals of the season”

    //http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GeWsMrkThZk

    • ballbeav
      May 22, 2010

      i thought his goal in the last game against sevilla was very impressive but it isnt included here. he sure has had some crackers. his are rarely “tap-ins”

  6. fcbfan
    May 22, 2010

    I certainly didn’t see it coming. Go P!

    The other big surprise for me at least is Gabi’s come back.

  7. Eklavya
    May 22, 2010

    Actually the “!” in “P!” was started last season because once he was included in the squad after a long long time. People here were so excited they all went “OMG! Pedro is in the squad!!! Pedro!!!”. So many exclamations marks that Isaiah went “offcial-izied” it: P!

    There ya go…

  8. fcbfan
    May 22, 2010

    I hope Mourinho gets distracted by EE’s job causing him to make mistakes tonght. That’s the only way Bayern can get a shot at winning.

  9. ballbeav
    May 22, 2010

    a bunny during an earthquake! to whom do i give credit for this wonderful simile? good one.

    • Kxevin
      May 22, 2010

      All mine, ballbeav. I ain’t Ray Ray, but I try. 😀

      Thanks for the compliment.

  10. Lou
    May 22, 2010

    I just hope there is some serious rotation next year. I know lots of people think Pedro isn’t good enough to be a starter, but I think he’s shown that isn’t true this year. I wouldn’t start him for every game, but I think he certainly deserves plenty of playing time next year.

    Bojan should also get more playing time next year. He’s proved in the past few games that he’s capable of starting. He’s not always consistent, but part of training players is giving them game time so that they can improve.

    Both Messi and Villa are going to be playing a lot this summer. I hope Pep gives them some days off in the fall. It’s tough though, Messi pretty much wants to play every minute of every game and Villa will need lots of match time to integrate into the system.

  11. fcbfan
    May 22, 2010

    If Yaya leaves, do we buy a dm or make Chiggy or pique dm?

  12. Euler
    May 22, 2010

    A number of people have spoken about the death of the classic goal poacher in football. At times watching Pedro this season, I thought we might be seeing the contemporary reincarnation of the goal poacher.

    Pedro isn’t particularly strong on the ball, he doesn’t create his own opportunities through his own runs, he isn’t a great creator on the pitch, his tactical awareness is still not fully developed.

    However, his nose for the ball and the back of the net coupled with his pace, work rate and positional flexibility really made him feel that way to me. The modern day version of the classic goal poacher.

    I think it’s also important to note that while goal scoring was clearly a remarkable skill of his, he was also strong defensively and his work rate and energy were extremely valuable to Barca’s system of pressing to win back possession. He really should be commended for that. I could see that quality being the factor that gets Pedro playing time next season in certain tactical contexts even more than his goal scoring.

    Pedro’s defense was particularly interesting because while he emerged from the cantera, one of Pedro’s most striking qualities was how uncantera like his style play offensively was. What “system” was Pedro playing in possession? It was a riot at times.

    The contrast between him and Bojan in this regard was very striking. Bojan very much looked like he emerged as a player formed by the cantera and the Barca system. Pedro… not quiet. But where I thought you could see the impact that the Cantera had on him tactically was in the pressing game. And it’s that rigorous training to win back possession (a skill whose importance is hard to underestimate given how Barca plays) where you really saw the value of being formed in a system.

    • barca96
      May 22, 2010

      yes. so do you share my idea of trying p! out at CF?
      i know now it’s a wrong time to experiment as we have 3 cf’s, but maybe in the pre-season?
      btw, thanks for the good reply from a few posts back.
      p.s why did you say pedro not quiet? or did you meant to say quite?

      • Euler
        May 22, 2010

        I would be hesitant to play Pedro at CF because I think it would be confining him to a role that would limit what he does well.

        The classic goal poacher clearly operated in the box, most often centered in front of the goal mouth. What makes Pedro particularly valuable to Barca is that he doesn’t need to centered on the pitch in that fashion in order to score. If anything, I think playing him in the center might hurt him because he would be easier to mark. He doesn’t have the disciplined sense of movement or awareness in space to make the cuts with purpose required to free himself from physical markers as a CF that is more a goal poacher. Nor do I think that position fits in Barca’s system.

        Pedro’s greates skill was his capacity to take advantage of the chaos Messi and Xavi create for defenses. Pedro’s nose for the ball helped fill in spaces where the defense just cracked open because of their concern for the tremendous talent Barca possesses – talent that most often had the ball.

        Making Pedro the focus of the attack and centering him on the pitch would prevent him from taking advantage of the dynamic opportunities that emerge when you are trying to defense so many world class players.

        What I meant by not quiet is that Pedro isn’t the classic cantera product. He isn’t refined in the same way though he emerged from there. But that’s also part of what makes him valuable and why he scored so often. The cantera isn’t training players to act in a kind of goal poaching role.

  13. Lev
    May 22, 2010

    i fail to see why Chiggy would be a good dm if he cannot perform even adequately at his own position. And yes, I believe Pedro will start plenty of games next season, yet more so if he keeps improving like he does. After all he is an international now.

    Unrelated to Barça, in a few hours I will be for the first time in my life rooting for a German team to win (or, more precisely, I will be rooting for Mourinho to lose).

    • barca96
      May 22, 2010

      i feel the same way regarding chiggy.
      he is over-rated imo.he made less than 5 successful long range passes over the course of the season. and that’s the only positive thing i see. and if someone has the completion rate, then we would take the only positive away from him :p

      • Lou
        May 22, 2010

        I thought he looked pretty good in the last two games he played.

        He also will get to take part in pre-season training (remember that last year he joined after the start of the Liga).

        Plus, next year he won’t be match tied for the Champion’s League. I could definitely see him getting time there, particularly if we don’t get drawn into a tough group (can’t see how it could be worse than this past year, honestly).

  14. fcbfan
    May 22, 2010

    Barca Atletic is on right now 2nd leg first round play off. mini estadi is full.

  15. Luis
    May 22, 2010

    People always say Pedro is too weak and is often hustled off the ball whilts dribbling or controlling. But i think in this regard he alot better than Bojan who often has the ball in a position where the defenders and shoulder barge legally. If you look at the times Pedro loses the ball, his control is actually very tight but defenders seem to be pushing him off illegally or hacking at his legs. his situation is similar to Ibra who simply doesnt get the calls.

    I think his ability on the ball will only get better once referees give him more respect-like they give xavi and iniesta.
    If bojan is considered CF why Pedro be a CF as well. His first touch time and time again is world class as is his finishing. Further more his ambidextrous nature means he has greater potential aroung the box than Bojan who hasnt developed a left foot as of yet.

    • May 22, 2010

      I don’t think that Pedro! gets bundled off the ball that easily. I do think that he plays so fast that he overruns the ball a lot. But nobody on the club gets bundled off the ball as easily as Krkic. Hopefully he has some more growing to do.

  16. ElShowDeJason
    May 22, 2010

    not to nitpick…
    But it was I that put the permanent exclamation point on his name.

    • May 22, 2010

      Record amended. Never let it be said that we didn’t make sure folks get the love they deserve.

  17. ballbeav
    May 22, 2010

    barca B shabby stream

    **http://www.ustream.tv/channel/filemontv4#flashWrapper

  18. Lou
    May 22, 2010

    0-0 at half time.

    Do away goals count in these play offs? If so then a 0-0 draw would put Barca B through, since they drew 2-2 away.

  19. Kxevin
    May 22, 2010

    Us vs EE in their house is on right now, on GolTV. I can always watch that match. 😀

    • vicsoc8
      May 22, 2010

      Bad news for France, Lass is out with an intestinal injury

      • May 22, 2010

        The news for Les Bleus was bad even before Diarra’s injury. I am NOT optimistic.

        • vicsoc8
          May 22, 2010

          They could be so good though. The question is who will be the worse coach, Domenech or Maradona?

          • Kxevin
            May 22, 2010

            Um. Death is not an option, right? I think Maradumber, because he will do less with a lot more talent.

        • Dave
          May 22, 2010

          Kevin why the sympathy for the French??

          • Kxevin
            May 22, 2010

            Les Bleus are my adopted side. Long story having to do with politics and other nonsense that doesn’t belong in this space, is the obvious addendum.

  20. May 22, 2010

    The Yaya to Chelsea rumors are gathering steam. As long as they are willing to meet our price of not a penny less than 25m, I will wish them well.

    If he thinks that he’s going to be a full-time player with Chelsea, however, he has another think coming. It may well be, however, that his skill set is best suited for the Premiership. I do think that he’s going to chafe under Ancelotti’s system, which will allow him much less freedom.

    Chelsea also has a dude named Essien. I’d take my chances beating out Busquets for playing time before I took on Essien. There’s also that Lampard dude at attacking mid, and some fellow named Ballack.

    I think that Yaya’s agent is such an asshole, he would need an entire proctology college to straighten his shit out. His client, rather than playing time, wants the big payday, and feels that now is the time. And he’s right. And for us, as I have said before, there will NEVER be a better time to sell.

    • vicsoc8
      May 22, 2010

      To be completely fair, Ballack is 33 and should be all but gone. Deco will be leaving as well this summer if rumors are to be believed.

      The problem for me is the Essien – Yaya – Lampard midfield. While it will be able to overpower teams in the premier league, I’m not sure it will have enough creativity for the Champions League. It also looks like a Mourinho midfield, not an Ancelotti midfield.

    • jordi
      May 22, 2010

      Plus just like us they give their young defensive midfielder Mikel a lot of time.There will be just as much rotation there, if not more, as there is here.And dont think Mikel wont play because even Essien has dropped to right back at times to accommodate him.Frankly i dont think many clubs would have put up with the shit seluk put us through.Remember when he insulted Hleb?

    • mike in africa
      May 22, 2010

      Ballack is more like a squad player now, and he’s clearly at the end of his career. if there’s only Lampard and Essien to worry about, it can be argued that it can’t be much worse than his current situation; with ALL the midfielders in front of him in terms of pecking order. However, he’s in front of Marquez, Chygy and even Milito (depending on the game situation) as CB towards the end of the season 🙂

  21. May 22, 2010

    Atletic is up 1-0 thanks to a penalty (Jonathan Soriano scored it). We’re also a man up, thanks to a red card expulsion.

  22. fcbfan
    May 22, 2010

    Both Chels and City have many African players. I don’t know if the clubs want another one because of the ACN proble.

  23. Barca B update
    May 22, 2010

    ejido has equalized, 15 minutes to play 2nd half

    • Barca B update
      May 22, 2010

      full time, 1-1, barca B through on away goals

      • Kxevin
        May 22, 2010

        Yes! Just caught the back end of it. Excellent.

  24. Ciaran
    May 22, 2010

    Barca Atletic drew so qualified for the next round. Win that and they are in the segunda

    • Lou
      May 22, 2010

      I think they actually have two more rounds to go to get to the Segunda.

      Barca Atletic finished 2nd in their regional group.

      From what I understand in the first round the winning teams of each regional group had a playoff to see who gets directly promoted, while the 12 teams ranked 2-4 in the regional groups play off to continue.

      The six winners are then joined by the two losers of the direct promotion playoffs, to playoff for the remain two promotion spots.

      Still, they’ve made it past the first round. Congrats to Luis Enrique and the team!

  25. fcbfan
    May 22, 2010

    Does Kalou play in midfield at Chels as well? Unless Yaya play in defense, would be hard to play every game.

    • Ciaran
      May 22, 2010

      Why not just play next to Pique in our defense?

      • Dave
        May 22, 2010

        Players not the prob its the agent. I suggested this but it seams hes gone. Plus Yaya is incriminating himself with his silence.
        Shame for all but if Yaya spoke up it would help

        • Dave
          May 22, 2010

          We’re letting him go to Chelsea-the most despicable club-thats what kills me

          • Kxevin
            May 22, 2010

            Players make choices. They choose an agent, they choose to remain silent while the agent blathers, they make choices all of the time. It isn’t as if Seluk is twisting The Yaya’s mind. Agents usually are hired to say things that their client believes, even if he can’t say.

            The past few major celebrations that we’ve had, The Yaya has been conspicuous in his lack of a truly celebratory demeanor. He does indeed seem on the outside looking in. Saddest part is that there have indeed been times where it has been the Catalans against the foreigners, but not at Guardiola’s club. Not this group.

            So in my estimation, The Yaya is exactly where he wants to be, whether we club supporters want to admit it, or not. As with Fabregas, the solution is simple: speak the hell up.

  26. sirius
    May 22, 2010

    it really breaks my heart that we arent playing right now….

  27. Eklavya
    May 22, 2010

    bayern are making NO runs. wow. thats where they miss ribery the most.

    great finish by milito there.

  28. Euler
    May 22, 2010

    Bayern through the middle have been poor all match. Their central defense once again is simply horrendous. Demichelis and van Buyten have been porous in the back and Milito has made them pay.

    Milito and Cambiasso have perhaps been the two best players on the pitch. Hard to believe Milito barely made Argentina’s world cub roster and Cambiasso is not going. Just amazing that Cambiasso isn’t going.

    Watching Inter plays is remarkable in that they built this team often based off the market inefficiencies that developed in the transfer market through other teams lack of patience.

    Bayern watches their central defense fall apart while Lucio anchors Inters back line.

  29. gv
    May 22, 2010

    if inter wins it, it’s not because of mourinho, it was all milito. robben’s the only trying for bayern. great defense meets shitty offense.

    and didn’t maicon handle the ball during the first half?

  30. y2k156
    May 22, 2010

    Well, Inter were effective, just against us. Against us, they needed luck to go through, today they won on merit. I do not like at all the a**hole Mou but like lot of Inter players so am having mixed emotions.

    I have always liked Milito and for some time last season, was hoping that he will join us. He is really good no 9. Am happy that at least he is going to SA though he is unlikely to make the first 11 for argies.

    With Cambiasso, its understandable. His performances under Maradona for Argentina have not been great. I think Mara is more to blame but considering his oversized ego, he would have blamed some player, cambiasso included and hence the exclusion.

    This day made me keep on thinking how great today would have been if we would have been there. sigh…

    • Jose
      May 22, 2010

      I am so with you. I like a lot of Inter’s players, it just sucks that Moufuckface is their coach.

      And let me reiterate, Inter’s keeper plus their defense’s positioning is impeccable. Can you imagine what a national team could do with just half their defenders and their keeper? 😉

      • Luna
        May 22, 2010

        you’d think right but Maradumber, well, LOL!

        • Jose
          May 22, 2010

          Yup, Maradona leaves Zanetti… and Dunga takes Maicon, Lucio and Julio Cesar.

  31. Eklavya
    May 22, 2010

    inter win it deservingly. Zanetti’s face when he lifted the cup was hilarious!

    • Jose
      May 22, 2010

      They definitely deserved it, as much as it grinds my gears to see Mourinho victorious 😛

  32. Whatever
    May 22, 2010

    Mourinho confirmed that he’s quitting Inter and joining Real Madrid!

    • ballbeav
      May 22, 2010

      no he didnt. what he said he was more likely to leave than stay and RM was the only club that could tempt him. so it looks likely but he also said he hadnt talked to anyone from RM.

  33. ballbeav
    May 22, 2010

    mourinho: “For the last three or four months I have been considering my next step and after this final, the important thing is that Inter keep hold of Massimo Moratti, Javier Zanetti and Samuel Eto’o.”

  34. Bill
    May 22, 2010

    Congratulations to Inter. They play disgustingly conservative, but it worked for them. I saw Bayern fall into the same trap we did on many occasions. Two lines of defence formed, and yet Bayern was busy moving the ball side to side, no attempts at making runs or crossing in..

    Maradona almost made a huuuge mistake not taking milito. Glad that he is going. The guy is a great striker!. And he has to start over higuain in my opinion. Zanetti, Cambiaso and our Milito should be in that squad too.

    Why are we still blaming Yaya’s agent? Like I said before, he does whats in the clients interest. Of course it would be better to stay and compete for a spot with Keita and Busquets… But Yaya has not been treated very justly this season. And I dont believe that will change next season. If he had started his fair share of important games, plus be subbed for meaningful minutes in others, Im sure he would be ok with staying. But even I felt bad for him, thousands of miles away, just seeing how he was treated. This was NOT an agent issue.

    I just hope he is sold after world cup, because I believe his stock will go way up after the world cup than before, since he was riding the pine the whole season, for Busquets none the less.

    • Jose
      May 22, 2010

      Spot on… After the first 20 minutes, after I seeing Bayern have NO IDEAS on breaking down Inter, I turned to the guys watching the game with me (neutrals) and said, “You know how this is going to turn out, right? Bayern will keep possession, press fruitlessly and eventually Inter will score on the counter. 1-0. Then, Inter will compress at the back, make it really difficult on Bayern. Then it’s a matter of whether Bayern can get a bit of luck or whether Inter scores on another counter/set piece and seals the game.”

      Down to a T.

  35. Lev
    May 22, 2010

    Yeah his agent might be a prick but in the end Yaya is his own man, if he wants to leave it will be his decision not the agents’. I can understand he feels that he deserved more playing time this year but Busi really stepped up. They each possess different qualities. Yaya is more powerful but Busi passes better and is tactically more asute. In the words of Johan Cruijff, if you have to choose between a Catalan and a foreigner, choose the Catalan.

    What I do not understand though is why Pep chose Keita over Yaya so many times. Don’t get me wrong I appreciate Keita a lot and he has fought and bled for us this season, but can somebody tell me what has Keita done that Yaya would not have been able to?

    • Bundy
      May 22, 2010

      Keita has a different role to Yaya, firstly you look at stamina and pace, Keita is quick and very fit, he is able to run up and down the whole pitch and do a lot of dirty work, he also crashes the box often and scores from time to time, but ever since ACN he can’t score goals anymore. I guess you could argue that maybe Yaya would be better but again Yaya is not the same player Keita is and well Pep likes Keita because he keeps us safe in midfield where we go all balls out on our attacking.

  36. fcbfan
    May 22, 2010

    Congrats Inter, deserved CL. Who will get Balon D’Or?

    Too bad Inter chose to play defensive. not like they can’t play attacking.

  37. fcbfan
    May 22, 2010

    I really hate Yaya leaving. Both Keita and Xavi are 30, Iniesta has trouble lasting a full season without injury. Hope Thiago and JDS break through next season.

    • Luna
      May 22, 2010

      have they renewed Jonathan’s contract? On Mexican news sites it was being reported that nothing had been done…hopefully they renewed him. I’d hate to loose Dos Santos.

  38. Bundy
    May 22, 2010

    txiki reported that JDS contract will be sorted after the WC

  39. Kxevin
    May 22, 2010

    Don’t worry. Johnny Two-Time isn’t going anywhere.

    In other “news,” folks are reporting that Wenger missed a UEFA luncheon today because he was “busy with transfer business.” Not sure what that means, but speculation is that he has to make some HeWhoShallNotBeNamed decisions.

  40. Sal
    May 22, 2010

    About Inter winning the CL, tha is very sad, football died a little today, it is in com anow, until a footballing side wins the world cup or the CL next year. Disgracefull refs not to see tha handball off maicon.

  41. Lou
    May 22, 2010

    Sorry for being off topic, but I really don’t see how Mourinho will work at Madrid.

    But Mourinho’s teams seem to be all about discipline, efficiency, teamwork and sacrifice. How does that mesh with the galacticos project? Is he’s going to teach Ronaldo and Kaka to track back? And if he doesn’t like the Italian press wait until Marca starts howling after he tries to park a bus at the Camp Nou.

    It seems like the Madrid Press’s love of Mourinho comes down to three things:

    1) He’s won the Champion’s League.

    Fair enough and he’s clearly a very good coach, but I would say that Inter did have some luck this year: they could have easily conceded a penalty against Chelsea, and they were very lucky with some of the decisions when playing against us.

    2) He’ll provide all sorts of outrageous comments for them to pass on.

    Can’t argue with that.

    3) He knows how to beat Barca.

    While it’s true that he did beat Barcelona once this year, we also beat Inter twice and drew once.

    Plus with Mourinho’s teams, the publicity seems to be all about him. How will that go over at Real Madrid, where the club is all important and the coach is expendable and is only there to serve the President?

    Poor Pellegrini, maybe he can go to Sevilla or take a year off and then go back to Villareal.

  42. MemoryLane
    May 22, 2010

    Just looking back at the beautiful treble of last season really makes me sad because I know what this team is capable off.

    Look what Eto’o contributed to Barca…

    I just don’t see any manager in world football kicking their star number 9 out the door who played an instrumental role in winning you the treble and paying 40 mil plus for a choke artist like Ibra. It defies all logic in my humble opinion.

    I don’t know Eto’o and how he is in the dressing room, people speculate that he was a negative influence and that is the main reason why Pep wanted him out he’s doing the same for Toure now…

    Pep let his intention known from the start he wanted Eto’o out and make Henry the 9 this is before even meeting him.

    I don’t care to believe he caused disharmony Puyol, Iniesta and Xavi only have had good words for him.

    I recall Iniesta said they should build a statue for Eto’o that is the highest praise you can get.

    Regardless I can only pass judgment on his contributions on the football pitch and for me he never disappointed.

    Lets not forget the first thing Pep announced when he took over was he wanted to kick Eto’o, Ronaldinho and Deco out. Yet considering the disrespect shown to him he still worked like a dog for this team.

    He is a true champion and anybody who says we got the better part of the deal by kicking him out and getting Zlatan is on something.

  43. Lev
    May 22, 2010

    I feel the same way about Eto’o. Much love for him and the only reason I cannot be too upset about Inter (Mourinho) winning the CL is I am happy for Sammy.

    I don’t know why Eto’o was shown the door, me thinks it has something to do with money. From what I gather the problems in the locker room stemmed from Eto’o bleeding for our club and not liking Dinho and Deco jerking off instead of bleeding as well and actually attend practices.

    It was his work ethic and attitude that convinced Pep to keep him the summer before last and I believe it was a mistake to let him go (let alone trading him for Ibra).

  44. Lev
    May 22, 2010

    Oh and Lou unfortunately I feel Mourinho is the perfect coach for EE.
    1. Their defense is very, very, very improvable.
    2. They have lost the league in the two games against us, basically.
    3. We hate him
    4. He will install confidence in the locker room, an unwavering belief that they are the best.
    5. We hate him
    6. Of all possible coaches, he is the one who would be least undermined by press / president / players because each and all know what a great coach he is (just admitting it makes me wanna puke)
    7. We hate him. Reason that we hate him is because he generally likes acting like a jerk when we play him and, to be honest, because he beats us half the time to.

    I think the only reason Mourinho would not end up in Madrid is Perez knows that if it doesn’t work he can’t turn Mourinho into a scapegoat as is his habit with all other coaches. Pellegrini’s treatment this year was deplorable.

  45. Lev
    May 22, 2010

    (meant to write: bc he beats us half the time TOO)

  46. Blow-Grenade
    May 23, 2010

    Pedro’s best goal, for me, was the one he scored at the Bernabeau. He was heckled, hacked and fouled all game. He manned up(took the beating all match), beat the offside trap(outfoxed the defenders), and scored a real strikers goal, with his left foot, his second best foot. A big bow.

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