01 December 2010

...Barcelona belasah Real Madrid, Manchester dibelasah 0-4 oleh West Ham......

Aku tau cerita pasal Barcelona belasah Real Madrid ni cerita dua hari lepas. Tapi aku saja ingin simpannya didalam blog buat kenangan di masa depan.

Barcelona  5-0 Real Madrid 



MADRID: Jose Mourinho menghadapi mimpi buruk apabila skuad bimbingannya Real Madrid dibelasah 5-0 oleh Barcelona di Camp Nou, awal pagi tadi, sekali gus kekalahannya pertama sejak menjadi jurulatih kelab itu musim ini.

Keputusan itu sekali gus menyaksikan Barcelona melonjak ke kedudukan pendahulu Liga Sepanyol.


Wira Sepanyol ketika final Piala Dunia Afrika Selatan, Xavi dan Pedro Rodriguez meletakkan Barcelona di depan sebaik perlawanan memasuki minit ke-17.
Penyerang Sepanyol David Villa menambah derita Real dengan melakukan dua jaringan pada minit ke-54 dan minit ke-56.

Pemain gantian Jeffren Suarez kemudian menjadikan gol kelima Barca pada minit-minit terakhir permainan.

Ia adalah kemenangan kelima berturut-turut Barcelona dengan jurulatihnya, Pep Guardiola mempertahankan rekod tanpa kalah musim ini.

Mourinho pula nyata tidak mampu mengulangi kejayaannya ketika membimbing Inter Milan musim lalu yang berjaya mengalahkan Barcelona pada peringkat separuh akhir saingan Liga Juara-Juara Eropah. - Bharian


West Ham 4-0 Manchester United


West Ham dumped holders Manchester United out of the Carling Cup with a stunning victory inspired by Jonathan Spector's first goals in English football.Spector had never scored during his six seasons in the Premier League but tonight the USA defender struck twice to begin a rout that sent Hammers fans delirious.
Further damage was done by Carlton Cole after the interval with the England marksman pouncing twice to bring feeble United crashing back down to earth after their 7-1 drubbing of Blackburn.
Spector and Cole were brilliantly supported by Victor Obinna with the Nigerian forward, on loan from Inter Milan, having a hand in each goal.
Sir Alex Ferguson made 10 changes to the side that hammered Blackburn last weekend with only Anderson remaining, but the manner of this defeat will still prove difficult to stomach.
Experience was supplied by the likes of Ryan Giggs, Darren Fletcher and John O'Shea but they also wilted in the face of West Ham's onslaught.
Those who had braved the arctic conditions at a near-sold out Upton Park enjoyed a night of high drama, the benefit of which could be felt in the Hammers' Premier League survival bid.
Manager Avram Grant has proved something of a cup specialist but while he will be delighted to see his side through to the semi-finals, he will be just as pleased at having strung together successive victories that could inspire a climb up the table
Wigan were dispatched 3-1 last weekend but Grant made six changes with captain Scott Parker on the bench despite suffering from a chest infection.
There was little sign of the carnage to come early on when the holders were denied the lead by the woodwork with Robert Green showing lightning reflexes to push Gabriel Obertan's shot on to the post.
Anderson expertly picked out Giggs but the Welsh winger's delivery into the box was poor and the ball looped away harmlessly.
Controversy reigned in the 16th minute when West Ham scored through Obinna - only to have the goal ruled out for offside.
Obinna's shot deflected off Spector and the linesman had made the correct decision, but the Hammers were incensed.
Players queued up to demonstrate with referee Mark Clattenburg, who then warned Grant after the Israeli hurled the ball away in disgust after it had gone out of bounds.
Any sense of injustice was soon remedied, however, when Spector nodded West Ham ahead.
Obinna supplied an exquisite chip that Spector, having crept inside Fletcher, headed into the net.
Emboldened by their goal, West Ham attacked with greater conviction but were almost caught by a United counter that ended with a tame header from Obertan.
Cole almost got the better of Fabio before James Tomkins angled a corner wide and in the 37th minute the home side's ascendancy was rewarded once more.
The hapless Fabio was involved as his attempted block of Obinna's shot instead fell into the path of Spector who blasted home from close range.
A header from Bebe was easily saved by Green but most of the action continued to take place at the other end.
A dreadful blunder from Green, who until now had looked rock-solid, almost let United in with his clearance hitting the back of Federico Macheda.
The ball deflected into the path of Javier Hernandez but reinforcements arrived for the Hammers to clear the danger in the nick of time.
United were pouring forward as the expected fightback began in earnest, only to be halted in their tracks in the 55th minute when they were caught on the break.
The superb Obinna was the supplier with his inch-perfect cross met by Cole, who headed the ball home.
There was still more to come from West Ham, however, as little over 10 minutes later Cole slammed home his second after being set up by Obinna.
Zavon Hines had a strong penalty shout rejected by Clattenburg after being shoved in the back by O'Shea, but West Ham had the result wrapped up long ago.
  • Grant: Rout no surprise
    Avram Grant insists West Ham's commanding Carling Cup win over Manchester United did not take him by surprise.
    "I'm not surprised because I've been with the players a long time and in some games here, the second half against Newcastle and the whole game against Liverpool, we've played well,'' he told Sky Sports 1.
    "Today we played fantastic and also scored and we kept a clean sheet. So I'm very happy. I thought we could win, but not by that score. It's very special. To perform like this against the best team today in the country and score four goals, what more can I ask?"
    Grant hailed the efforts of double goalscorer and former Manchester United man Spector, who was handed a chance by the manager after enduring limited playing time at Upton Park up until now.
    "I think he's a professional guy," added Grant. "He's always trying hard, even when he didn't play. Today he got the chance and like every professional player you need to speak only on the pitch - and he spoke very well today."
    He added: "It's a new team with many new players and each game we are better. I'm very pleased by this and I hope we continue winning. If we continue to perform, continue to focus and continue as individuals and as a team then we can do it."
    United boss Sir Alex Ferguson hopes his youngsters will learn their lesson. When asked whether the defeat would make them stronger, the manager told Sky Sports News: "We've always done well at that. Young players have come through these periods. A few years ago we lost to Coventry and they learnt a lesson that day."
    Ferguson admits the Hammers took a better approach to the clash, and feels they benefited from the home support.
    He said: "West Ham approached it more of a cup tie and they got stuck in with well-weighed challenges and things like that. They got the crowd up for them."
    "(There were) too many younger players making errors and giving away goals," he added. "They can't give away goals like that, even though they're young."- Soccernet.com


  • Aku suka kedua-dua berita gumbira ini. Aku suka Barcelona sebab dalam tu ramai pemain Spain. Aku suka MU kalah sebab aku memang anti-MU....opsss...sorry MU Fans.Sabar la ya. Malu eh kalah . Baru jak menang besar kan...apa boleh buat.... MU Fans... ingatlah ya..BOLA ITU BULAT...JANGAN SELALU TAKBUR!


    4 comments:

    1. yAHuuu...barca menang..
      go leoni messi

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    2. kay: go Villa..:D

      adreynieelisya: ya..aku suka Barca sebab ramai pemain Spain.

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