Saturday, 2 March 2013

Real Madrid vs Barcelona: Skor Akhir 2-1 untuk Kemenangan Real Madrid
TRIBUNNEWS.COM, MADRID - Sergio Ramos goal  scored a decisive victory over Real Madrid 2-1 Barcelona, ​​in the BBVA League continued, at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday (03/02/2013).
Madrid went ahead through Karim Benzema in the sixth minute. Goals stems from the movement in the right sector Morata Barca defense ended with a cross. From close range, Benzema punt into the middle of the goal.
Lionel Messi to change the numbers on the scoreboard to 1-1 in the 18th minute. Having mastered the bait Dani Alves, Messi dribbled into the penalty box, outwit Sergio Ramos, and kicked the ball into the bottom left corner of the goal.
In the 82nd minute, Madrid back ahead thanks to goals from Sergio Ramos. From the middle of the penalty box, he headed in a corner kick Luka Modric into the top left corner of goalkeeper Victor Valdes.
The game lasted quite open. Madrid looked more aggressive. However, Madrid less clinical in the final moments. In the 39th minute, for example, Luka Modric cross towards the left pylon Morata in front of goal Barca. Morata ball, but not exactly in the direction of the goal.
On the other hand, Barcelona seeks to reduce the aggressiveness of the opponent with the ball and so there is room, tuck threat. In minute 32, for example, David Villa to end its movement in the right sector of the Madrid defense to cross off. Ramos failed to reach the ball so it makes Messi. Messi fired the ball into the left corner of the goal, but it can be driven Lopez.
In the second half, Madrid again took the initiative to attack, but Barcelona can cut it and control the situation. Madrid pressure Barca made it difficult to develop the game, but it could be defended well.
While Barcelona difficulties with the execution of the attack end, Madrid experienced improved performance with the inclusion of Cristiano Ronaldo. Although not entirely free of threats, Madrid can create movements that berkhir with execution.

In the 69th minute and the 76th, for example, Ronaldo and Morata alternately fired. While Ronaldo missed effort, execution can be anticipated Lopez Morata.
Barcelona responded with an attack that ended with a long-range shot Dani Alves, who misses the target. Madrid responded with an attack that led to goals Ramos.
Barcelona still trying to catch up. Barcelona two attempts yielded only a free kick for violations of Sergio Busquets and Dani Alves in the 83rd minute and the 84th.
Thereafter, there was no chance means, until Ronaldo fired a shot that hit the post in the 81st minute.
In nine minutes, both sides continued to attempt to score. However, the 2-1 score did not change until the long whistle sounded.
Real Madrid: 25-Diego Lopez; 2-Raphael Varane, 3-Pepe, 4-Sergio Ramos, 5-Fabio Coentrao (17-Alvaro Arbeloa 68); 8-Kaka (6-Sami Khedira 58), 15-Michael Essien, 19-Luka Modric, 21-Jose Maria Callejon, 29-Morata; 9-Karim Benzema (7-Cristiano Ronaldo 58)
Barcelona: 1-Victor Valdes; 2-Dani Alves, 3-Gerard Pique, 14-Javier Mascherano, 18-Jordi Alba; 8-Andres Iniesta, 11-Thiago (37-Cristian Tello 85), 16-Sergio Busquets; 7 - David Villa (9-Alexis Sanchez 67), 10-Lionel Messi, 17-Pedro (21-Adriano 77)
Referee: Miguel Perez Lasa

There has been some reports which have claimed that Real Madrid are going to open the bidding with a massive £70 million bid for Tottenham’s brilliant winger Gareth Bale when the transfer window opens up.
Bale’s match-winning display against West Ham on Monday again made him the centre of attention all over Europe and former Real president Ramon Calderon, still a high-profile figure around the Bernabeu, was quick to lay down a marker for a player valued in the region of £70million.
Bale, 23, has long been linked with a summer move to Madrid and although Tottenham chief executive Daniel Levy held them up for 12 months over the signing of Luka Modric, Calderon insisted they have the financial muscle this time to force a deal through.
Calderon said: “It’s true we have spent a lot of money in the last three or four years but we are in a position to pay the money they are going to ask for. (Daily Express)
Bale has been fantastic this season and is not eve at the peak of his powers, so it would be a massive loss if he left in the summer and headed to Spain. But the kind of money clubs are willing to offer for his services must surely be too much for Spurs to turn down?