AWAY GOALS

Paris St Germain were recently knocked out of the Champions League by Barcelona on away goals after a 3-3 aggregate score between the two clubs in the quarter finals.

PSG were one of the teams that came extremely close to knocking the Spanish club out of the competition. They were leading 3-2 on aggregate until the 70th minute mark before Barcelona managed to equalise the match. PSG manager Carlo Ancelotti has said that the team should now be focusing on the league campaign and completely forgetting the match against Barcelona.

Which team will win La Liga?

Outside of the English Premier League, La Liga in Spain is one of the most popular leagues for football betting fans to gamble on, and it usually comes down to a straight fight between Real Madrid and Barcelona. This season it has been slightly different, as Madrid have failed to mount a real challenge to Barcelona for the La Liga title, currently sitting no less than sixteen points behind their great rivals as the season enters its latter stages. Indeed at the moment Real are not even second in the league, with their local rivals Atletico occupying this position.

BARCA CAN DO BETTER

The Barcelona midfielder, Cesc Fabregas, has admitted that his team wasn’t at its best in the Champions League match against AC Milan which was played yesterday. But, the Spanish midfielder has assured the fans that the team will bounce back and will make its way into the quarterfinals of the Champions League.

Barcelona was defeated by Milan last night. The Italian giants won the match convincingly by 2-0. The match was played at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.

BARCA WANT ARSENAL

The former Arsenal players Cesc Fabregas and Alex Song have said that they would like to face their former clubs if possible in the Champions League. Barcelona and Arsenal have the opportunity to be drawn against each other in the last 16 stage of the Champions league.

FABREGAS BACKS TITO

The Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas has said that he does not see reason why all the Spanish international midfielders at the club will be able to play at the same moment.

CESC DENIES REPORTS

The Barcelona midfielder, Cesc Fabregas, has denied the reports of dispute between him and the Barcelona manager, Tito Vilanova.

Fabregas hasn’t been given regular starting opportunities in the ongoing season and there have been reports that Fabregas is not happy with his exclusion from the first XI more often than not. But, the former Arsenal player said that all these reports are just rumours. Everything is all right between him and Vilanova.

NO PANIC

Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi, who managed to score two goals in the match against Osasuna during the weekend, has said that there was never a moment when Barcelona panicked in the 2-1 win over Osasuna. Osasuna managed to open the scoring with a great header in the first half, which was followed by many opportunities for the home team.

NOT A ONE-MAN TEAM

Spain midfielder Cesc Fabregas is of the opinion that he feels the semi-final clash with Portugal is certainly not going to be against a one-man team in the form of Cristiano Ronaldo.

ENJOYING HIMSELF

Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas has said that he is enjoying the ability to play for one of the biggest clubs in the world without the pressure of being the star man. Former Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas joined his hometown club Barcelona in the summer for £ 35 million.

He started the season spectacularly by winning two trophies in a matter of six months. However, the second half of the season has been a bit of struggle for the player, who is expected to replace Xavi in the coming years. Many regard that Cesc Fabregas has spoilt the balance of the team.

CESC LOVING LIFE AT BARCA

Cesc Fabregas has said that he is loving his life back in Barcelona.

The former Arsenal captain returns to North London to face Chelsea in the semi-final of the champions league.

Arsenal rarely competed in this competition at this stage, which has persuaded Fabregas to say that he is extremely happy to play in such matches and it is possible only because of moving to Barcelona.

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