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Showing posts with label Messi. Show all posts

Mar 15, 2018


Lionel Messi GIFs against Chelsea

Lionel Messi was instrumental in the 3-0 victory of Barca over Chelsea at the Camp Nou.

Enjoy 3 GIFs of Lionel Messi destroying Chelsea below:

Mar 10, 2018


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Mar 5, 2018



Lionel Messi's wonder skills against Atletico Madrid at Camp Nou from Last Night

Feb 25, 2018


GIF collections of Lionel Messi's exploit against Girona

Lionel Messi GIFs from FC Barcelona's 6-1 victory over Girona. He was instrumental with some of the best plays we have seen so far in 2018.

Feb 15, 2018


Lionel Messi showcasing skill in Training

GIF compilations of Lionel Messi's skill in training FC Barcelona training session. He is not only a headache for opponents but also for his own team mates doing these kind of skills. Never seen Ter Stegan looking so helpless. he will be thanking that he plays in the same side!

Jan 29, 2018


Lionel Messi brilliant free kick against Alaves

Lionel Messi was in top form against Alaves where we were treated to a couple of brilliant free kick. The best of those were the ones in the 42nd minute and 84th minute. The first one which was the best of the lot was brilliantly saved by the keeper. The second helped us to secure the three points at home.


Watch the two brilliant free kick below:


Jan 4, 2018



Lionel Messi wrote Champions League history when he scored five goals in a single match in the 7-1 thrashing of Bayer Leverkusen in UEFA Champions League Quarter Final of season 2011-12. We don't get to see the scoop over the Goal Keeper's head nowadays. Those days that was a regular thing he did; luckily he hasn't stopped scoring tons of goals.


Below enjoy the video of Lionel Messi creating Champions League History:

Jan 3, 2018


5 times Lionel Messi destroyed Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium, their own home

Santiago Bernebeu has been Lionel Messi's favourite hunting ground away from Camp Nou. The records speaks for itself. With the latest goal in this edition Lionel Messi became the highest scorer in 'El Clasico' history. He also have scored the highest number of 'El Clasico' goal at the Santiago Bernabeu. Some thing special against your enemy?


Here is a compilation of Lionel Messi Best 5 performance against Real madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu.


Apr 25, 2017

Lionel Messi was instrumental in securing a 3-2 victory against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernebeu on Sunday. Here are the GIF animations of Messi's glorious nights.

Mar 24, 2017

Lionel Messi against Chile

LIonel Messi scored the decisive penalty in Argentina's home World cup qualifier against Chile. This was a crucial tie and victory in this see Argentina in third place in qualifier. The performance of Argentinian National team was less than impressive especially in second half but what matters is the result which went Messi's way.

Mar 17, 2017

Iniesta and Messi in action for Barca

- Iniesta and Messi in action for Barca -

There is no shortage for dribbling talent at Barca. Most of them are pretty good in that part as well as other skills in football. Iniesta and Messi has been considered Barca's very best in recent times for dribbling skills. Neymar is threatening lately to break the duopoly. Find below two amazing GIS video of these two maestros talent. Which one is the best as per you?

Mar 16, 2017

Neymar and Messi at Barca

FC Barcelona have been blessed with two of the best free kick takers in Lionel Messi and Neymar. Here are two GIF videos of them going for the left corner from free kicks. Which one is your favourite?

Nov 30, 2016

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Jun 15, 2016

Tough times never last, but tough people do.Robert H. Schuller

Will this be Argentina's and Messi's Copa America? From the time the little magician appeared in football stage, A Nation has been waiting for him to take the Footballing Nation to the heights never seen since Diego Maradona has retired (Or shamefully thrown out). The Eternal hope has been the guiding light for Argentinian fans in every tournaments. They usually start each tournaments as firm favourites but never lived up to that billing. With Messi on helm they made substantial progress making into the finals of the last two competition - Copa America and World Cup. But in those two finals they somehow managed to make life tougher and eventually fail. In the World Cup they had enough chances to seal the cup long before Goetze made it fourth title for Germany. Same was the case in the last Copa final against Chile. So will they manage to succeed this time? Every football betting odds have placed them the favourite to lift Copa America 2016.

May 7, 2015

Jul 17, 2014

Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed on an equal or greater benefit. Napoleon Hill

This will be tough, even for a person like Lionel Messi - who to his credit keeps his emotions under check at most of the situation. After losing the final it was clear that he never wanted to spend anymore minute on the pitch. But he has to. He was the losing Captain! His colleagues, many who towers him in size couldn't hide their tears. Aguero, Mascherano, Garay, Demechelis all were crying like little children but not Lionel Messi. There was disappointment in the face but no tears. But one look in to those eyes told a different story. Inside we were crying, screaming, breaking down; but still presented an emotionless face. It didn't end their! He has to make that long walk up the stairs twice - first to collect the Golden Ball Award, then to the mandatory medal for the losing team. It was too cruel!

Jul 12, 2014

If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader. John Quincy Adams

This has to be Lionel Messi's moment of reckoning - the chance to permanently etch his name among the pantheon of the greatest in football. Frankly he don't have to win the World Cup to be considered as one of the greatest of all time; but then some people just wouldn't shut up. So a victory tomorrow night in the final of the greatest competition in the footballing world will silence the critics forever. Or at least for sometime! You cannot judge the greatest players of teams on what they won. In that case the greatest Dutch team ever featuring Cryuff wouldn't make the list. That would be a tragedy. The bigger tragedy would be thinking the likes of Italian team of 2006 or the Brazil of 1994 making the list because they won the damn thing! The same with players. The greatest should be judged on whether they have revolutionized the game or not. In that simple criteria, Messi made the list a long time ago.

Jul 8, 2014

Messi at the World Cup
A leader is a dealer in hope. Napoleon Bonaparte

With a confident 1-0 victory against the Belgians in the Quarter Finals, Argentina has surpassed a huge mental barrier on its own - The Quarter Finals. A look at the rich Argentinian history at the World cup shows that the two time World Champions have stumbled at the last eight more often than any other country. From 1986, when the knock-out stages were officially introduced as we have now, Argentina have exited three times at the Quarter Finals. The two times they managed to get past their Quarter-Final opponents, they have managed to reach the tournament finals. Now that's a nice statistics to focus as Argentina needs a lot of history to back them up when they meet the Dutch on Wednesday. Since the 1990 World Cup, Argentina has never managed to go beyond Quarter Finals. In that sense this team has already succeeded where many of its illustrious predecessors failed. But then for this team led by the Mercurial Lionel Messi anything short of the ultimate triumph is a disaster.

Jul 4, 2014

Messi at the World Cup
It's not what you achieve, it's what you overcome. That's what defines your career. Carlton Fisk

Quarter-Finals, that has been quite a dreaded word in every Argentinian football fans dictionary for some time! There is rather good reason for it too. In three of the last four tournaments they featured, they made unceremonious exit at this stage. And funny Messi was an integral part of all the three. In 2006, José Pekerman's decision not to bring a young Messi drew huge criticism and it's safe to say that it resulted in their exit. In 2010 World Cup it was Messi's inability to inspire his team which resulted in an absolute thumping at the hands of Germany, which also took the only entertainer in the competition, Diego Maradona out of sight. The case was no different in 2011, even though Tevez was one who missed the penalty; Messi's lack of effectiveness was questioned as Argentina failed to make a fist of the challenge thrown by eventual champions Uruguay. So yet another Quarter Final beckons; a chance for Lionel Messi to correct a lot of wrong!

Jun 26, 2014

  • Lionel Messi scored the opening two goals for Argentina against Nigeria.
  • Messi has now equalled Maradona's feat of scoring four consecutive goals for his country.
Sensational Lionel Messi helps Argentina Top the Group
A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way John C. Maxwell

They said he is crap as he can't score at the international stage with his country. Once he started doing that, they said he still is crap, since he has only scored once in the World Cup. I am not sure what will be their excuse this time around. But trust me they will find some odd statistics to say he still is crap. "He has not yet scored with his head in a World Cup" could be the ideal line for defense of Lionel Messi haters; don't worry you will most probably here it soon. For those who followed him closely, which most the entire world does; this is not any surprise. He always has done one thing - score goals and tons of them. So Argentina has scored 5 goals in the tournament so far, not surprisingly four of them came from one player - Lionel Messi. The likes of Lavezzi, Aguero, Higuain, Di Maria all are yet to find the net, but no one is worried about that. Messi is scoring for all of them for the time being. Like Barca may Argentina is also realising slowly that you can't escape Messidependencia, not that they are complaining!

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