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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, March 29, 2013
Another weekend, another record set to fall at the feet of Lionel Messi. The FC Barcelona striker can become the first player to score against every Spanish league opponent in consecutive order if he scores against Celta Vigo on Saturday. Messi is currently on a run of scoring in 18 ... Read the whole story
Bayern Munich could become the first German team in history to clinch the Bundesliga crown in March if it beats Hamburg at home and Borussia Dortmund fails to win away to Stuttgart this weekend. Regardless, it is only a matter of time before the Bavarian giant clinches its 23rd German ... Read the whole story
French publication L'Equipe reports that Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has given his friend and Paris Saint-Germain counterpart Carlo Ancelotti his notes on how to beat Barcelona, following the Portuguese's recent success against the Catalan giant. PSG faces Barca in the first-leg of its UEFA Champions League Quarterfinal series in ... Read the whole story
Former Netherlands and AC Milan midfielder Clarence Seedorf, now playing for Botafogo in Brazil, is facing a suspension of up to 12 games after he was dismissed for leaving the field the wrong way when he was substituted in a Rio de Janeiro state championship game last weekend. Brazil's sports ... Read the whole story
Panama, Ethiopia, Uzbekistan, Albania and Iceland all share two things in common: none of these countries have ever been to the World Cup, and each has had a strong enough run in qualifying to suggest that they might make it to Brazil next summer. Read the whole story


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