Friday, September 30, 2022

Aftercomes of Barca’s 6-1 epic triumph over PSG

Barcelona’s epic overturn, the 4-0 deficit with PSG, flashing a less seen figure of 6-1, has duly caused it to be inscribed into pages of football history. Digging the final victory of 6-5 aggregate, which led the team to quarterfinals of Champions League for its 10th successive season, Barca has ruled out the feasibility of any speculation that follows the first leg results. And this grandeur has begotten many other palatable consequences, visions and criticisms.

 

PSG’s afflictions:

Such a woeful defeat, reversed from a magnificent triumph of a clean sheet with four scores, is already surfeit to throw you into the shacks of despondence. And there are those fans, who in their wrath for the loss, attacked the Paris St. Germain players on the Bourget airport during their return to the French capital.

The PSG site announced of the verbal assaults their players were served with.

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In the first leg, PSG were more than plausible

On Wednesday night the Paris St Germain players were confronted and threatened by several individuals at Bourget Airport.”

The zealous crowd is also reported to be “physically threatening the players and their families”.

Remarkably, many of the club players had made an apology before the fans for the results following the match. Such a derisive stance of the fans caused a great annoyance for PSG players.

“A police investigation is underway to establish exactly what happened,” the site mentioned.

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All hail for Enrique!

The overwhelming success is certain to earn a sublime position to the manager, besides the players. Luis Enrique, who had been in the courses of hates and derogations for the detestable performances of his club during the reign, was showered with praises for his strategies, specifically the recent shift in formation tactics from 4-3-3 to 3-4-3.

Luis Enrique
The 46-year-old has been victim to great criticisms but has always declared to be unaffected by them.
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The Spanish media displayed fulsome appreciations for the manager, with the daily MARCA naming his tact as the perfect plan, and The Sport cited ‘Luis Enrique’s decision that made the comeback possible.’

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Gerard Pique, Barca defender, also spoke on the tenacious endeavours that the manager has evinced for the team, “I would like him more than ever to get mentioned on the front pages tomorrow because he did most of the work for this game with his plan and approach.”

If at other times he has been treated unfairly, today or tomorrow he deserves all the credit.”

The first leg results ostending Barca’s painful loss was sure to thrust an unfavourable media and reporting for the club.

We had to go through a process of mourning first. Everyone came in for criticism, especially one person. I don’t read the press but I hear about everything,” the Spanish manager says.

“This is dedicated to all the Barca fans who believed in us. This marvellous sport always gives you a chance for revenge and we were able to have a unique night.”

 

A new extension:

Another assertion that the event has paved a way to is the club midfielder Ivan Rakitic’s fresh contract.

The Croatian, who signed in 2014, has negotiated for a new four-year with Barca, which will conclude in 2021, as announced by the club following the victory.

On the marvellous happenings in his team, Rakitic comments, “It’s unbelievable, we made the impossible possible,”

Rikitic
Rakitic has won two LA Liga titles, two King’s cup trophies and a Champions League with Barca

It’s really hard to explain what happened yesterday; I think it was a crazy night, a crazy match and I’m so proud to be part of this team,” Rakitc in an interview on Thursday.

 

Controversy: A dive or not?

Amidst all these celebrations, thanks, appreciations and triumph, there is something that is shrouded in suspicion and controversy, a mark that is fingered out at.

The whole of the miraculous seven minutes that witnessed 3 goals fired by the victorious Barca stands in a circle of apprehension, with Uruguayan player Luis Suarez suspected to have performed a dive.

Ewan Murray, the Guardian correspondent and football overseer disapproves of the win by indicting Suarez of faking a dive, which earned a penalty to Brazilian Neymar, who scoring a goal out of it augmented the aggregate to a dynamic 6-5.

“Suárez dived, just as he did earlier in the game when such antics cost him a booking….

…That Luis Suárez threw himself to the floor in the manner he did after darting in front of Marquinhos when playing. If you watch back through the dying stages, Barça’s players are throwing themselves to the floor with such desperation it is comical.

….. When in doubt, when things get seriously tough, keep the conning of officials at the forefront of your mind. The ruse is even more effective when a team are at home, in such an intense atmosphere as the Camp Nou. Referees wouldn’t be human if they didn’t feel pressure to bow to the demands of the bawling masses.”

(Ewan Murray, The Guardian, Thursday, 9th March)

Suarez falls before Brazilian Marwuinho, winning penalty
Suarez falls before Brazilian Marquinho, winning penalty

 

Among other assertions that hangs with this recurrent controversy of ‘dive or not dive’ is one by Euro Sports blogger Ben Snowball, who addresses Barca’s event as “The greatest comeback ever- made possible by a blatant dive”

Barcelona’s epic overturn, the 4-0 deficit with PSG, flashing a less seen figure of 6-1, has duly caused it to be inscribed into pages of football history. Digging the final victory of 6-5 aggregate, which led the team to quarterfinals of Champions League for its 10th successive season, Barca has ruled out the feasibility of any speculation that follows the first leg results. And this grandeur has begotten many other palatable consequences, visions and criticisms.

 

PSG’s afflictions:

Such a woeful defeat, reversed from a magnificent triumph of a clean sheet with four scores, is already surfeit to throw you into the shacks of despondence. And there are those fans, who in their wrath for the loss, attacked the Paris St. Germain players on the Bourget airport during their return to the French capital.

The PSG site announced of the verbal assaults their players were served with.

000dba83-800-1-750x421
In the first leg, PSG were more than plausible

On Wednesday night the Paris St Germain players were confronted and threatened by several individuals at Bourget Airport.”

The zealous crowd is also reported to be “physically threatening the players and their families”.

Remarkably, many of the club players had made an apology before the fans for the results following the match. Such a derisive stance of the fans caused a great annoyance for PSG players.

“A police investigation is underway to establish exactly what happened,” the site mentioned.

 

All hail for Enrique!

The overwhelming success is certain to earn a sublime position to the manager, besides the players. Luis Enrique, who had been in the courses of hates and derogations for the detestable performances of his club during the reign, was showered with praises for his strategies, specifically the recent shift in formation tactics from 4-3-3 to 3-4-3.

Luis Enrique
The 46-year-old has been victim to great criticisms but has always declared to be unaffected by them.

The Spanish media displayed fulsome appreciations for the manager, with the daily MARCA naming his tact as the perfect plan, and The Sport cited ‘Luis Enrique’s decision that made the comeback possible.’

Gerard Pique, Barca defender, also spoke on the tenacious endeavours that the manager has evinced for the team, “I would like him more than ever to get mentioned on the front pages tomorrow because he did most of the work for this game with his plan and approach.”

If at other times he has been treated unfairly, today or tomorrow he deserves all the credit.”

The first leg results ostending Barca’s painful loss was sure to thrust an unfavourable media and reporting for the club.

We had to go through a process of mourning first. Everyone came in for criticism, especially one person. I don’t read the press but I hear about everything,” the Spanish manager says.

“This is dedicated to all the Barca fans who believed in us. This marvellous sport always gives you a chance for revenge and we were able to have a unique night.”

 

A new extension:

Another assertion that the event has paved a way to is the club midfielder Ivan Rakitic’s fresh contract.

The Croatian, who signed in 2014, has negotiated for a new four-year with Barca, which will conclude in 2021, as announced by the club following the victory.

On the marvellous happenings in his team, Rakitic comments, “It’s unbelievable, we made the impossible possible,”

Rikitic
Rakitic has won two LA Liga titles, two King’s cup trophies and a Champions League with Barca

It’s really hard to explain what happened yesterday; I think it was a crazy night, a crazy match and I’m so proud to be part of this team,” Rakitc in an interview on Thursday.

 

Controversy: A dive or not?

Amidst all these celebrations, thanks, appreciations and triumph, there is something that is shrouded in suspicion and controversy, a mark that is fingered out at.

The whole of the miraculous seven minutes that witnessed 3 goals fired by the victorious Barca stands in a circle of apprehension, with Uruguayan player Luis Suarez suspected to have performed a dive.

Ewan Murray, the Guardian correspondent and football overseer disapproves of the win by indicting Suarez of faking a dive, which earned a penalty to Brazilian Neymar, who scoring a goal out of it augmented the aggregate to a dynamic 6-5.

“Suárez dived, just as he did earlier in the game when such antics cost him a booking….

…That Luis Suárez threw himself to the floor in the manner he did after darting in front of Marquinhos when playing. If you watch back through the dying stages, Barça’s players are throwing themselves to the floor with such desperation it is comical.

….. When in doubt, when things get seriously tough, keep the conning of officials at the forefront of your mind. The ruse is even more effective when a team are at home, in such an intense atmosphere as the Camp Nou. Referees wouldn’t be human if they didn’t feel pressure to bow to the demands of the bawling masses.”

(Ewan Murray, The Guardian, Thursday, 9th March)

Suarez falls before Brazilian Marwuinho, winning penalty
Suarez falls before Brazilian Marquinho, winning penalty

 

Among other assertions that hangs with this recurrent controversy of ‘dive or not dive’ is one by Euro Sports blogger Ben Snowball, who addresses Barca’s event as “The greatest comeback ever- made possible by a blatant dive”

Barcelona’s epic overturn, the 4-0 deficit with PSG, flashing a less seen figure of 6-1, has duly caused it to be inscribed into pages of football history. Digging the final victory of 6-5 aggregate, which led the team to quarterfinals of Champions League for its 10th successive season, Barca has ruled out the feasibility of any speculation that follows the first leg results. And this grandeur has begotten many other palatable consequences, visions and criticisms.

 

PSG’s afflictions:

Such a woeful defeat, reversed from a magnificent triumph of a clean sheet with four scores, is already surfeit to throw you into the shacks of despondence. And there are those fans, who in their wrath for the loss, attacked the Paris St. Germain players on the Bourget airport during their return to the French capital.

The PSG site announced of the verbal assaults their players were served with.

000dba83-800-1-750x421
In the first leg, PSG were more than plausible

On Wednesday night the Paris St Germain players were confronted and threatened by several individuals at Bourget Airport.”

The zealous crowd is also reported to be “physically threatening the players and their families”.

Remarkably, many of the club players had made an apology before the fans for the results following the match. Such a derisive stance of the fans caused a great annoyance for PSG players.

“A police investigation is underway to establish exactly what happened,” the site mentioned.

 

All hail for Enrique!

The overwhelming success is certain to earn a sublime position to the manager, besides the players. Luis Enrique, who had been in the courses of hates and derogations for the detestable performances of his club during the reign, was showered with praises for his strategies, specifically the recent shift in formation tactics from 4-3-3 to 3-4-3.

Luis Enrique
The 46-year-old has been victim to great criticisms but has always declared to be unaffected by them.

The Spanish media displayed fulsome appreciations for the manager, with the daily MARCA naming his tact as the perfect plan, and The Sport cited ‘Luis Enrique’s decision that made the comeback possible.’

Gerard Pique, Barca defender, also spoke on the tenacious endeavours that the manager has evinced for the team, “I would like him more than ever to get mentioned on the front pages tomorrow because he did most of the work for this game with his plan and approach.”

If at other times he has been treated unfairly, today or tomorrow he deserves all the credit.”

The first leg results ostending Barca’s painful loss was sure to thrust an unfavourable media and reporting for the club.

We had to go through a process of mourning first. Everyone came in for criticism, especially one person. I don’t read the press but I hear about everything,” the Spanish manager says.

“This is dedicated to all the Barca fans who believed in us. This marvellous sport always gives you a chance for revenge and we were able to have a unique night.”

 

A new extension:

Another assertion that the event has paved a way to is the club midfielder Ivan Rakitic’s fresh contract.

The Croatian, who signed in 2014, has negotiated for a new four-year with Barca, which will conclude in 2021, as announced by the club following the victory.

On the marvellous happenings in his team, Rakitic comments, “It’s unbelievable, we made the impossible possible,”

Rikitic
Rakitic has won two LA Liga titles, two King’s cup trophies and a Champions League with Barca

It’s really hard to explain what happened yesterday; I think it was a crazy night, a crazy match and I’m so proud to be part of this team,” Rakitc in an interview on Thursday.

 

Controversy: A dive or not?

Amidst all these celebrations, thanks, appreciations and triumph, there is something that is shrouded in suspicion and controversy, a mark that is fingered out at.

The whole of the miraculous seven minutes that witnessed 3 goals fired by the victorious Barca stands in a circle of apprehension, with Uruguayan player Luis Suarez suspected to have performed a dive.

Ewan Murray, the Guardian correspondent and football overseer disapproves of the win by indicting Suarez of faking a dive, which earned a penalty to Brazilian Neymar, who scoring a goal out of it augmented the aggregate to a dynamic 6-5.

“Suárez dived, just as he did earlier in the game when such antics cost him a booking….

…That Luis Suárez threw himself to the floor in the manner he did after darting in front of Marquinhos when playing. If you watch back through the dying stages, Barça’s players are throwing themselves to the floor with such desperation it is comical.

….. When in doubt, when things get seriously tough, keep the conning of officials at the forefront of your mind. The ruse is even more effective when a team are at home, in such an intense atmosphere as the Camp Nou. Referees wouldn’t be human if they didn’t feel pressure to bow to the demands of the bawling masses.”

(Ewan Murray, The Guardian, Thursday, 9th March)

Suarez falls before Brazilian Marwuinho, winning penalty
Suarez falls before Brazilian Marquinho, winning penalty

 

Among other assertions that hangs with this recurrent controversy of ‘dive or not dive’ is one by Euro Sports blogger Ben Snowball, who addresses Barca’s event as “The greatest comeback ever- made possible by a blatant dive”

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