Lionel MESSI, Javier MASCHERANO pull off Barcelona history

Lionel Messi Barcelona PSG

Lionel MESSI and Javier MASCHERANO made history last night with FC Barcelona.

No team had ever done it but no team has quiet had the same success as this Barcelona team over the past 10 years. Lionel MESSI, who didn’t have the best of matches, still had the calmness to score a very important penalty kick for his team to give then a 3-0 lead.

What later happened, I’m sure you’ve all heard and seen by now. MASCHERANO played a massive game, was everywhere but extremely lucky not to give up a penalty on fellow Argentina Angel DI MARIA. Barcelona and Argentina’s number 14 confessed after the match that he did touch DI MARIA as Angel was looking to pull off his shot.

DI MARIA, who was not 100%, came on as a substitute for the French club. Meanwhile, Javier PASTORE was left out and did not play.

Lionel Messi Barcelona PSG

Lionel Messi celebrates Barcelona’s winning goal against PSG with the fans.

Here’s the full video of MESSI celebrating with the Barcelona fans.

The goals:

6 Comments

  1. Profile photo of NoHateOnlyLove

    Haha, ”troll?” It’s the truth! Roy isn’t going to ban or remove my comments, if he does so, then he would go against everything this website is about.

  2. Profile photo of Jack!Jack!

    A request for Mundo, please. Can there be an ignore option where we can put certain posters (who come off as trolls) on ignore? I personally think this would be beneficial because some comments clearly are meant to instigate recycled arguments and comments.

    Thanks.

    1. Profile photo of Julker9Julker9

      Agree sir!

  3. Profile photo of NoHateOnlyLove

    So let’s take out Messi, Masche, Di Maria, Aguero, Higuaín, Zabaleta, Pastore, and Otamendi from the UCL, now tell me, apart from Dybala, where is the next generation of Argentinean player’s representation in the UCL coming from?

    I keep on reading here on how Argentina has the best young players, so why is it that Dybala is the only U23 player for Argentina playing at a high level in the UCL? What happen to these gem of a player, the so call greatest young generation since slice bread?

    Oh wait, representing the likes West Ham, Torino, Granada, wishy washy Inter Milan (apart from Banega who proved himself in European football), Watford are now the teams that should be the corner stone of the Argentina national senior team?

    1. Profile photo of GonzaloGonzalo

      you forgot about Franco Cervi and Salvio. They lost but Cervi was not bad.

      1. Profile photo of sandysandy

        Why not Vietto, Kranevitter, 2 Correas, + Montoya, Vasquez, Gaitan, and Pareja?

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