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MessagePosté le: Mar 17 Avr - 07:11 (2018) Répondre en citant

 
sbobet online 24 NEYMAR has credited Lionel Messi with helping him make a success of his time in Barcelona in a heart-warming story.The Brazilian initially struggled in his first season with the Catalan giants, scoring just nine times in La Liga.

But after Messi gave the 26-year-old some wise words of encouragement he helped form one of the most deadly attacking trios of all time.In his second season at Barca, Neymar racked up an astounding 39 goals in 59 games and helped his side win the treble.

After two more fruitful years with Messi and co. Neymar made a world record £200m switch to Paris St-Germain.But it's clear that he still looks back on his spell playing alongside the five time Ballon d'Or winner with great fondness.

"I was nearly crying because things weren’t coming off for me."It was half time and Messi came up to me and told me that I only had to be the same player I had always been, to be myself."‘You have to be yourself,’ he told me. ‘You can’t be intimidated to be playing alongside me or [Andres] Iniesta,’ he insisted. sbobet online 24

"To see the humility of a guy that has won it all, that is the best in the world, asking you to be yourself and show your best, without any kind of vanity, was something I loved.

"I tell that story all the time to my family, to my friends. He helped me a lot professionally, of course, but also personally."To play with stars like Messi, Iniesta and Xavi makes you a little shy."But after speaking with Messi I came out of myself, showed what I had, relaxed and played with confidence. sbobet online 24
 


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sbobet thai Real Madrid have us spellbound. So much so that they are starting to believe the stories about their special ability in the Champions League. "This competition is the hardest to win," Toni Kroos says. "Maybe that unleashes special powers in us." For people watching a mediocre Los Blancos side show up week in and week out for a lost La Liga campaign, their form in that competition and their form in Europe are hard to correlate. They stand in stark juxtaposition, and that helps to compound the myth that Real Madrid in Europe transform into something otherworldly.

You could argue that Jupp Heynckes returned the modern-day Madrid to the formidable side they are now in Europe. During the three decades and more between 1966 and 1998, Los Blancos did not win a single European Cup to add to the six they already had sitting in their trophy cabinet at the Santiago Bernabeu. Since the German helped them to a 1-0 win over Juventus in the European Cup final that year, they have gone on to win another five. So, while Real Madrid thrive on everyone speaking about how their destiny and that of the Champions League trophy are intertwined, the Bayern Munich manager knows the truth. They have exceptionally talented players who thrive on pressure, but as far as the ingredients for European success go, it's not so much witchcraft and sorcery as it is belief, luck, flashes of brilliance and myriad other factors.

However hard it is to play against Cristiano Ronaldo or anyone else, once you starting bringing these special powers into it, psychology becomes as important as, if not more important than, the football. "The most important thing at the moment is the psychology," Heynckes said before Wednesday's first leg of the Champions League semifinal. And he would know. Heynckes and former Real Madrid attacker James Rodriguez might be willing to share some insider secrets. But the secret is that there is no secret. It's just Real's unbending belief that they are the best and biggest team in Europe. And if Bayern can somehow bend their own minds to believe the same about themselves, they might be able to do what no team has done in the last 35 months: knock Real Madrid out of Europe. sbobet thai

Bayern have already wrapped up the league title in Germany for the sixth consecutive season. They have a DFB-Pokal Cup final to look forward to also, but they know that lasting legacies are built in the European Cup. As for Real Madrid, every single one of their eggs is in a Champions League-shaped basket. Futures hang in the balance, careers could be made or broken, contracts are on the line and, as counterintuitive as it sounds, it's that pressure that puts Real Madrid at ease. Bayern will look to do what neither Paris Saint-Germain nor Juventus could do against Los Blancos in the first legs of their respective ties: keep it close. As far as records at home go this season, Real Madrid are poor. They have earned 2.13 points per game away from home in the league this season and just two at the Bernabeu. That was on display in their last outing in the Champions League, when Juventus beat them 3-1 and lost the tie only because of the first 90 minutes at their own stadium and a fortuitous, if not also deserved, late penalty call. sbobet thai



 


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Alexandre Lacazette reveals bond with Antoine Griezmann ahead of Europa League tie

 
sbothai8 Alexandre Lacazette says he shares a "strong bond" with Antoine Griezmann ahead of Arsenal's Europa League semi-final first leg against Atletico Madrid. The Gunners will be looking to end Arsene Wenger's reign on a high, after the Frenchman revealed he would be leaving the club at the end of the season.

Both sides are set to field France internationals in their forward lines, in the shape of Lacazette and Griezmann. "Griezzy is a very good player who I met nearly 10 years ago now," Lacazette told Arsenal's official website. "We developed a strong bond and we see each other every year, either on national duty or elsewhere. We get on really well.

"You can't really explain why you get on well with someone, it's instinctive. Perhaps we share the same values and the same jokes. "We laugh a lot. We like to, quote-unquote, poke fun at people but always respectfully and in a kind manner. We are both jokers. "In every day life, we both have a laugh, we are always pretty lively. We talk about our current lives and our families. Normal stuff. sbothai8

"For faults, I would say he would stress that I like to relax and I'm very slow on the uptake - quote-unquote!" Lacazette missed time earlier this year due to injury, but has been in good form since returning to the side. The summer signing from Lyon scored twice in the 4-1 first-leg defeat of CSKA Moscow in Arsenal's Europa League quarter-final and added another double during Sunday's 4-1 defeat of West Ham. sbothai8
 


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