The two-horse race continues for yet another year.
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.
Acquiring Neymar is all well and good, and there’s bound to be plenty of drama if it indeed does happen. But for PSG, only one thing should matter.
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?
We cannot talk about David Luiz without revisiting World Cup 2014, but his Deadline Day move to Chelsea gives the Blues some needed flexibility. What else?
If you’re Neymar, do you ever leave Barcelona?
Is there any reason why Lionel Messi would leave Barcelona?
Pep Guardiola’s concern with style and appearance kept him from giving Bayern Munich the best chance to win.
There aren’t surprise teams left at the World Cup, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
Germany won a quiet game over France, while Brazil won its battle with Colombia but may have lost the war.
With so much on the line, how will many of these injuries affect their respective teams?
The hosts should be primed for a title run after the Group Stage.