On top of that you have Neymar and Alves also commenting similar sentiments under Messi‘s post. What a glorious mess!Madrid fans must really be loving the chaos going on over at Barcelona. Messi's statement after Suarez left shows that he's just as discontent as he was before. Suarez is the third highest scorer in the history of the club and it feels like they just sort of tossed him out the back door, and tried to make it difficult for him at that. It's amazing just how poorly they've handled everything over the past couple months.
It was inevitable. He came in on a huge fee, he was essentially their Ronaldo replacement which obviously are shoes that no one can really fill, but even then, he’s been underwhelming and at times grossly out of shape. In every possible way Hazard has been a disappointment of a transfer thus far. They have high standards over there.Speaking of Madrid, looks like the journalists have found someone else to pick on after Bale left.
I guess it was always a matter of time before he'd get picked on. He hasn't set the world alight at Madrid, yet.
It’s one of those things like the Gerrard slip, that’s just so perfect you can’t help but think it’s like a script written by their biggest rivals. The goings on at Barcelona must have been such a joy to watch for their rivals.On top of that you have Neymar and Alves also commenting similar sentiments under Messi‘s post. What a glorious mess!
Or a Ramos 80th minute chipped penalty.Will be pretty funny if Barca walk the league after all the drama they've had in the past few months
Madrid still have the same problems, it's going to be another season where they'll need their defenders and midfielders to come up with a ridiculous amount of goals. Either that or Hazard getting his shit together.
Feels like they've won 20 matches from a late Ramos penalty in the past 5/6 monthsOr a Ramos 80th minute chipped penalty.
It was handball from Betis defender.
For you everything in favour of Madrid or Ronaldo is pretty clear, we all know that. And everything against Barca or Messi, also.What was the wrong call? The red and the penalty seemed pretty clear to me
To be fair think was onside yesterday for red card, falls in to the ball for the penalty, maybe a bit harsh. Teams are going to be a bit sensitive to pro Madrid VAR decisions as was obviously something going on at the end of last season... Bilbao game still sticks in my mind for the double standards...When you are up against Real Madrid and VAR it is too much