Barcelona

Sergio Busquets Is As Cool As A Cucumber

Barcelona-Juventus ended 0-0 and Messi only made a substitute appearance, but there was plenty of incredible soccer to go around. For example, in the first half Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets found himself being pressed by Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic. Did Busquets safely pass the ball back to a center half or his goalkeeper? No. Did he panic and hoof the pall up the pitch in the general direction of Luis Suarez? No.

Instead, Busquets calmly (and slowly) gave Pjanic the ol' Zidane roulette before (still slowly) skipping away and finding Ivan Rakitic.

Revealed: The 5 Goalkeepers Dominating Europe's Top Leagues This Season

Scrutinizing the goalkeeper position, more so than any other, requires us to expand the metric of analysis to incorporate the one asset that’s valued above all others in a shot-stopper: consistency. That’s why, although a plethora of recent statistics might tell us otherwise, many would still pony for Gianluigi Buffon over, say, Marc-Andre ter Stegen as the world’s finest keeper. One’s been at the top of his craft for over 20 years, the other for just a few.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Suspended By Dortmund, Allegedly For Trip To Barcelona

German media is speculating that Aubameyang was suspended by Borussia Dortmund for a clandestine trip to Barcelona. However, Aubameyang himself claims his suspension is due to turning up late for training.

Punctuality is extremely important for some people. Recently, a Japanese rail company apologized after a train left 20 seconds early.

Jordi Alba Finds Life “A Lot Better” Without Neymar On The Left Wing

Neymar has asked journalists “to stop and to behave correctly” with regards to stories concerning his rumored boredom at Paris Saint-Germain — the malicious paper trail isn’t difficult to follow — but there is one early fact that even those with the most skewed o

Hablaliga: Top 10 Players This Season

In this week's Hablaliga The18's Giselle Cesín breaks down the top 10 players in La Liga so far this season. If you liked this video check out last week's Hablaliga video.

1. Messi

Messi’s 12 goals and three assists have him leading the race for La Liga Player of the Year, and Barcelona at the top of the table.

2. Isco

Real Madrid are not having a great season so far, but Isco has turned himself into one of the best attackers in the world.

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