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Wow!!! 8 Things Lionel Messi Has Done No Other Player Can Do ( Including Ronaldo )

Argentina legend Lionel Messi is one of the best footballers in the world at the moment. Messi is someone whose influence will continue to be felt for years and years to come.

Here are 8 interesting things he had done no player could do.

Lionel Messi Feats

1) Lionel Messi is the only player capable of Destroying 3 Players with just 3 simple touches.

2) Only Lionel Messi is capable of Dribbling 5 Players without touching the ball.

3) Lionel Messi is the only player capable of Escaping Any kind of Situations of Rough most often ( HE HAS STAMINA ).


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4) Lionel Messi is the only player capable of Scoring his 500th Career Goal on the Bernabeu and Winning the Clasico.

5) Lionel Messi is the only player capable of Scoring 40+ Goals in a Season while playing in Midfield.

6) Lionel Messi is the only player capable of Scoring Hat-Trick in EL Clasico at the age of 19

7) Lionel Messi is the only player capable of Scoring 91 Goals in a Calendar year.

8) Lionel Messi is the only player capable of Winning 4 Consecutive Balon D’ors

Lionel Messi Scores Regular Hat-Trick As Barcelona Beats Mallorca

Barcelona Vs Mallorca 7/12/2019

Lionel Messi scored a hat-trick in the week he was crowned the world’s best player as Barcelona eased to a 5-2 home win over Real Mallorca and reclaimed top spot in LaLiga.

Lionel Messi of FC Barcelona (Photo by Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

Antoine Griezmann gave Barca a seventh-minute lead and Messi then took over with a couple of goals, either side of Ante Budimir’s strike against the run of play.

Luis Suarez added a fourth before the end of the first half with a sublime back-heel to round off a fluid passing move.

Budimir pulled another back for Mallorca 26 minutes from time, but Messi rounded off his hat-trick late on as Barca maintained their good form and overtook Real Madrid at the summit.

Marc-Andre ter Stegen gave a second assist of the season with a quick goal-kick that Griezmann collected and lifted over Manolo Reina after racing through on goal.
Reina produced an impressive save to keep out the returning Sergio Busquets’ header, but Messi found a way past the visiting keeper 95 seconds later with a 25-yard curler.

Mallorca, now winless in seven away league outings this season, gave themselves hope when Budimir’s shot deflected off Clement Lenglet and looped over Ter Stegen.

But Messi took matters into his own hands with a nice goal from range, before Suarez capped a fine piece of team play by back-heeling in from eight yards.

Top 10 highest goal scorers in Ligue 1 as at 6/12/19

Wissam Ben Yedder

Club: Monaco

10 goals scored

1 Assists

Moussa Dembele

Club: Lyon

10 goals scored

0 Assists

Habib Diallo

Club: Metz

9 goals scored

0 Assists

Victor Osimhen

Club: Lille

8 goals scored

3 Assists

Denis Bouanga

Club: Saint-Étienne

7 goals scored

3 Assists

Memphis Depay

Club: Lyon

7 goals scored

1 Assists

Islam Slimani

Club: Monaco

6 goals scored

7 Assists

Ángel Di María

Club: PSG

6 goals scored

6 Assists

Kylian Mbappé

Club: PSG

6 goals scored

3 Assists

Mauro Icardi

Club: PSG

6 goals scored

1 Assists

Top 10 highest goal scorers in La Liga as at 6/12/19

1. Karim Benzema

Club: Real Madrid

10 goals scored

4 Assists

2. Lionel Messi

Club: Barcelona

9 goals scored

5 Assists

3. Lucas Pérez

Club: Alavés

8 goals scored

2 Assists

4. Gerard Moreno

Club: Villarreal

8 goals scored

2 Assists

5. Loren Morón

Club: Real Betis

8 goals scored

1 Assists

6. Luis Suárez

Club: Barcelona

7 goals scored

1 Assist

7. Willian José

Club: Real Sociedad

7 goals scored

0 Assists

8. Daniel Parejo

Club: Valencia

6 goals scored

2 Assists

9. Ángel Rodríguez

Club: Getafe

6 goals scored

1 Assist

10. Maxi Gómez

Club: Valencia

6 goals scored

1 Assist

La liga Results and Standings for this week

13th week

Spain – LaLiga

Match results for this week.

Real Sociedad 1 _ Leganes 1

Deportivo Alaves 3 _Real Valladolid0

Valencia 2 _ Granada 0

Eibar 0 _ Real Madrid 4

Barcelona4 _ Celta Vigo 1

Mallorca 3 _ Villarreal 1

Athletic Bilbao 2 _ Levante 1

Atletico Madrid 3 _ RCD Espanyol 1

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Football Match Results (Aug 23 – Aug 26)

Premier League


– Aston Villa 2-0 Everton

– Norwich 2-3 Chelsea

– Brighton Hove Albion 0-2 Southampton

– Manchester United 1-2 Crystal Palace

– Sheffield United 1-2 Leicester City

– Watford 1-3 West Ham United 

– Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal

– AFC Bournemouth 1-3 Manchester City 

– Tottenham Hotspur 0-1 Newcastle United

– Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-1 Burnley
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La liga


-Granada 0-1 Sevilla

-Levante 2-1 Villarreal 

-Osasuna 0-0 Eibar

-Real Madrid 1-1 Real Valladolid 

-Getafe 1-1 Athletic Bilbao 

-Celta Vigo 1-0 Valencia 

-Deportivo Alaves 0-0 RCD Espanyol 

-Mallorca 0-1 Real Sociedad 

-Leganes 0 1 Atletico Madrid 

-Barcelona 5-2 Real Betis

Serie A


-Parma 0-1  Juventus 

-Fiorentina 3-4 Napoli 

-Udinese – Milan 1-0

-Roma – Genoa 3-3

-Cagliari – Brescia 0-1

-Torino – Sassuolo 2-1

-Verona – Bologna 1-1

-SPAL – Atalanta 2-3

-Sampdoria – Lazio 0-3

Ligue 1


-Dijon – Bordeaux 0-2

-Amiens – Nantes 1-2

-Angers – Metz 3-0

-Brest – Reims 1-0

-Monaco – Nimes 2-2

-Strasbourg Rennes 0-2

-Paris Saint-Germain  –  Toulouse 4-0

Bundesliga


– FC Köln – Borussia Dortmund 1-3

– Mainz 05 – Borussia Mönchengladbach 1-3

Augsburg 1. FC Union Berlin 1-1

– Fortuna Düsseldorf Bayer Leverkusen 1-3

– SC Paderborn 07 – Freiburg 1-3

– Hoffenheim – Werder Bremen 3-2

– Schalke 04 FC Bayern München 0-3

– RasenBallsport Leipzig – Eintracht Frankfurt 2-1

– Hertha BSC – Wolfsburg 0-3

Real Madrid beats Villarreal 3-2 in La Liga

Real Madrid vs Villarreal: Mariano Diaz’s brace returns Los Blancos to winning ways in La Liga

– Real Madrid vs Villarreal saw Los Blancos return to winning ways in the La Liga after beating Villarreal 3-2 in a five-goal thriller at home

– Mariano Diaz neted the match opener for Real Madrid but Gerard Moreno level scores moments later for Villareal

– Jesus Vallejo restored Los Bancos lead in the 40th minute, while Diaz extended the lead in the second-half before Jaume Costa’s late goal for Villareal Real Madrid defeated Villarreal 3-2 in a La Liga clash on Sunday, May 5, at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium The result saw Real Madrid return to winning ways in La Liga after the five-goal thriller at their home ground as Zinedine Zidane made four changes to Real Madrid Starting XI from the squad that suffered a humiliating defeat at the hands of Rayo Vallecano.

The quartet of Casemiro, Federico Valverde, Lucas Vazquez and Mariano Diaz replaced the likes Gareth Bale, Luka Modric and Sergio Ramos were missing from the line-up.

Los Bancos were in the front-foot early in the early exchanged as Mariano netted the opener after two minutes after disclosing Cardozola of the ball just before Villarreal box to score from close range.

Gerard Moreno levelled scores in the 11th minute with a decent strike from the edge of the box following a quick counter-attack. After the equalizer, Real Madrid upped their game as they went in search of another goal, but chances were hard to come by as the match progressed.

Five minutes before the break, Jesus Vallejo scored the second goal for Real Madrid from close-range after finishing off a rebound from Marcelo’s initial effort.

In the early stages of the second, half, Diaz netted his second to complete his brace and Real Madrid’s third goal with the easiest of a touch to complete his brace, courtesy of a decent assist from Daniel Carvajal. Zidane made changes to his squad with Isco and Marco Asensio replacing Valverde and Vazquez a both continue their quest to rediscover their form.

With 12 minutes to the end of the match, Villarreal missed a chance to reduce the deficit through Mario Gaspar as his free-header missed target from close range On the dot of 90 minutes, Jaume Costa pulled one goal back for The Yellow Submarine, but it was not enough as Los Blancos held out to claim all points after the added time.

Lionel Messi’s goal seals Barcelona for La Liga title 1-0 Levante

Breaking: Barcelona seals La Liga title

FC Barcelona have won the Spanish La Liga title for the second year running.

Captain Lionel Messi’s second half goal at 62 minutes was the difference between the team and Levante.

Messi did it again tonight, to keep his team back to back La Liga wins and making it the 10th of Messi era.
Over 91,000 fans in Camp Nou roared excitedly when the referee blew the final whistle.

With the win, Barcelona confirmed its dominance of the La Liga title having won eight out of the last 11.

Barcelona will be facing Liverpool on 1st May, Wednesday in the Champions League Semifinals.

Barcelona beats Alavès a dominant 2-0 in La Liga

Alavés vs Barcelona, La Liga: Final Score 0-2, Barça thoroughly dominate, win on the roadBarcelona took another big step towards winning back-to-back La Liga championships thanks to a dominant 2-0 win away to Deportivo Alavés on Tuesday night. The Blaugrana were in control from the very start of the game, and second half goals from Carles Aleñá and Luis Suárez ensured a comfortable win for the leaders, who now need just three points to officially become champions.

The first 45 minutes were dominated by Barcelona, who had possession from the very start of the game and looked really creative and sharp to find spaces inside a tight Alavés defense. Unfortunately Luis Suárez and Philippe Coutinho weren’t very good in front of goal, and the Blaugrana wasted some really nice scoring opportunities early on.

After surviving a super strong Barça start, Alavés slowly recovered and started to show some attacking promise, though all of their best stuff came on set pieces that didn’t really bother Marc-André ter Stegen. For most of the half it was all about the home team keeping nine men behind the ball and trying to get a free-kick or a corner to send the ball into the box, but their plan didn’t really succeed.

At halftime, Barça were clearly the best team on the pitch and deserved the lead, but they needed to find their scoring boots in the second half.

Barça continues to dominate possession and looking even more dangerous in the final third.

Carles Aleñá made the opening goal; The away team take a 1 – 0 lead through Carles Alena assist by Roberto. Barcelona took a 2-0 lead after a VAR review led to a penalty on a Tomás Pina handball, Suárez buried the spot kick and doubled his team’s lead.

With two goals in the first 15 minutes of the half the Blaugrana pretty much guaranteed the victory, but Ernesto Valverde wanted to make sure and brought on Lionel Messi with 30 minutes to go. Messi was hungry for his goal and even hit the post, but that was really the highlight of the last half-hour as Barca really just wanted to keep a clean sheet and wait for the game to end.

Barcelona wins Real Sociedad 2-1 in La Liga

Barcelona 2 Real Sociedad 1: Lenglet and Alba bring title closer

C. Lenglet (45)⚽ ⚽Juanmi(62)Jordi Alba (64)⚽

Clement Lenglet’s first LaLiga goal for Barcelona helped them take another step towards back-to-back titles with a 2-1 win at home to Real Sociedad.

The former Sevilla centre-back broke through on the stroke of half-time as Barca re-established a nine-point advantage over Atletico Madrid at the summit.

Ernesto Valverde’s side were once again not at their fluent best but stepped up when required – Jordi Alba netting the 64th-minute winner as an instant response to Juanmi’s equaliser for Imanol Alguacil’s visitors.

Messi set new record as Barcelona beats Atletico Madrid in La Liga

Barcelona increase La Liga lead to 11 points as Messi set new record

Lionel Messi set a new La Liga wins mark while Barcelona increased their commanding lead to 11 points with a 2-0 victory over 10-man Atletico Madrid at the Camp Nou on Saturday.

Diego Costa was given a straight red card in the opening half-hour for something he said to referee Jesus Gil Manzano, putting Diego Simeone’s men a man down in what was a must-win game to keep any realistic title hopes alive.

Atletico produced a gutsy second-half display, expertly shackling Barca but the Catalans finally found a way past the visitors’ outstanding goalkeeper Jan Oblak with a superb curling shot from Suarez in the 85th minute.

Moments later Messi sealed victory and quite probably the league title with an irresistibly cool finish into the net and Barca’s fans jubilantly chanted “champions”, crowing at their surely unassailable lead at the top with seven games remaining.
Atletico realistically needed to win at the Nou Camp for the first time since 2006 to stay in the title race and they played with ambition and intelligence in the opening stages, keeping the ball for long periods and depriving Barca of space.

But they were rocked by Costa’s moment of madness which killed their early momentum and left them with little choice but to defend for the remaining hour of the game.
Striker Costa reacted angrily to not being awarded a foul after being tackled by Jordi Alba and gave a long verbal response to the referee, who to his disbelief pulled out a red card.

Costa had to be shepherded off the pitch by Barca’s Gerard Pique as he struggled to control his temper while his teammates Diego Godin and Jose Gimenez earned bookings for venting their anger over the decision.
Atletico coped superbly with the setback and numerical disadvantage, controlling the space for the majority of the game.
Messi still carved his way through the middle of the pitch on two occasions, creating openings for Suarez and himself but both South American forwards were thwarted by the titanic presence of Oblak.
Atletico naturally had limited opportunities down the other end but were not far from finding a goal when Antoine Griezmann picked out Rodrigo from a free kick but the midfielder headed over the bar when Gimenez was stood behind him, in a better position.
Diego Simeone’s side could not last the distance, however, and as their legs inevitably tired, Barca’s attacking quality made the difference.
The win marked the 335th in La Liga for the Argentina international, passing former Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas on the all-time list.
The defending La Liga champions now have 73 points from 31 matches, while second-placed Atletico remain on 62.
Lionel Messi set a new La Liga wins mark while Barcelona increased their commanding lead to 11 points with a 2-0 victory over 10-man Atletico Madrid at the Camp Nou on Saturday.
Diego Costa was given a straight red card in the opening half-hour for something he said to referee Jesus Gil Manzano, putting Diego Simeone’s men a man down in what was a must-win game to keep any realistic title hopes alive.
Atletico produced a gutsy second-half display, expertly shackling Barca but the Catalans finally found a way past the visitors’ outstanding goalkeeper Jan Oblak with a superb curling shot from Suarez in the 85th minute.

Moments later Messi sealed victory and quite probably the league title with an irresistibly cool finish into the net and Barca’s fans jubilantly chanted “champions”, crowing at their surely unassailable lead at the top with seven games remaining.
Atletico realistically needed to win at the Nou Camp for the first time since 2006 to stay in the title race and they played with ambition and intelligence in the opening stages, keeping the ball for long periods and depriving Barca of space.

But they were rocked by Costa’s moment of madness which killed their early momentum and left them with little choice but to defend for the remaining hour of the game.
Striker Costa reacted angrily to not being awarded a foul after being tackled by Jordi Alba and gave a long verbal response to the referee, who to his disbelief pulled out a red card.
Costa had to be shepherded off the pitch by Barca’s Gerard Pique as he struggled to control his temper while his teammates Diego Godin and Jose Gimenez earned bookings for venting their anger over the decision.
Atletico coped superbly with the setback and numerical disadvantage, controlling the space for the majority of the game.
Messi still carved his way through the middle of the pitch on two occasions, creating openings for Suarez and himself but both South American forwards were thwarted by the titanic presence of Oblak.

Atletico naturally had limited opportunities down the other end but were not far from finding a goal when Antoine Griezmann picked out Rodrigo from a free kick but the midfielder headed over the bar when Gimenez was stood behind him, in a better position.
Diego Simeone’s side could not last the distance, however, and as their legs inevitably tired, Barca’s attacking quality made the difference.
The win marked the 335th in La Liga for the Argentina international, passing former Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas on the all-time list.

The defending La Liga champions now have 73 points from 31 matches, while second-placed Atletico remain on 62.