He’s not wrong.
He’s not slowing down.
So much for that.
The two-horse race continues for yet another year.
Saturday is another history-making day for Lionel Messi.
Tuesday afternoon, Lionel Messi was at it again.
Nothing else will top Neymar leaving Barcelona for PSG. Beyond that—he’ll go to France, where he will be the top player. There’s nothing wrong with that.
Another wondrous UCL performance from Cristiano Ronaldo gave Real a big advantage over Atlético in leg one. Or in other words: It was the same old story.
We saw this last round—a club holding their ground at home while dismantling Barcelona. But unfortunately for the Spanish giants, Juventus is no PSG.
Since 2012, PSG have run Ligue 1. But along the way they’ve failed to take that next step in continental play—until Tuesday, when they battered Barcelona.
Tottenham’s Harry Kane has picked up an injury, and it’s a fairly serious one. Let’s not try to spin this as some sort of positive in the long run, okay?
Too often we forget soccer is a team sport when it’s convenient for us. As far as Messi goes with Argentina, he can do whatever he wants. It’s not up to us.
Was the result between Argentina and the USMNT was about as expected, but that doesn’t mean you couldn’t have hoped for better.
Tonight, it’s One Nation taking on the World’s No. 1 (and 2014 World Cup runners-up) Argentina. What should we look for?
Group D looks to be a two-horse race between Argentina and Chile, but will we see a surprise or two?
Arsenal face an uphill battle at Camp Nou while Juve look to knock out the Bavarians. What can we expect from Wednesday’s UCL action?
Is there any reason why Lionel Messi would leave Barcelona?
Who do you need to watch this week? Look no further.