afootballreport:

Who will be the deciding factor at the Camp Nou tonight? 
This guy.
When all comparisons and statistics are placed on the table, it’s tough to bet against Barça getting the job done in front of ~90,000 supporters. Without the injured Thiago Silva once again, AC Milan are the underdogs in tonight’s Champions League quarter-final.
But it’s not that simple is it? Alessandro Nesta seems to be the only defender in the world that can match Lionel Messi, while Pato and Kevin Prince-Boateng will likely return to the Rossoneri’s starting XI. In other words, the game-winning goal could lie at the feet of anyone from Ibrahimovic to Iniesta. The decisive pass could be played by Xavi or Seedorf. The inch-perfect tackle could come from Abate or Dani Alves. Barça are more likely to progress, but this match cannot shake the mysterious aura surrounding it.
Now, with all that being said, we’ve heard that this guy might be in attendance. If that’s the case, bet your house on Barcelona and trust that Catalan Santa Claus will take care of the rest. Seriously though, who do you think will make the difference tonight besides Catalan Santa Claus? [Image via, posted by EB]

afootballreport:

Who will be the deciding factor at the Camp Nou tonight? 

This guy.

When all comparisons and statistics are placed on the table, it’s tough to bet against Barça getting the job done in front of ~90,000 supporters. Without the injured Thiago Silva once again, AC Milan are the underdogs in tonight’s Champions League quarter-final.

But it’s not that simple is it? Alessandro Nesta seems to be the only defender in the world that can match Lionel Messi, while Pato and Kevin Prince-Boateng will likely return to the Rossoneri’s starting XI. In other words, the game-winning goal could lie at the feet of anyone from Ibrahimovic to Iniesta. The decisive pass could be played by Xavi or Seedorf. The inch-perfect tackle could come from Abate or Dani Alves. Barça are more likely to progress, but this match cannot shake the mysterious aura surrounding it.

Now, with all that being said, we’ve heard that this guy might be in attendance. If that’s the case, bet your house on Barcelona and trust that Catalan Santa Claus will take care of the rest. Seriously though, who do you think will make the difference tonight besides Catalan Santa Claus? [Image via, posted by EB]

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    know what father Christmas does through
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  12. life-is-soccer answered: Well I know the game already passed and Barca are progressing again, but I strongly believe that Madrid will claim the UCL this year. -Juan.
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    barca
  19. herrdreizehn answered: fucking guessed it right lol
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  23. slidinggoal answered: Alessandro Nesta is NOT the only defender in the world that can match Lionel Messi, and for quite some time now.
  24. i-love-aaron-ramsey answered: the referee
  25. 3mishal answered: Hala Madrid
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  32. jonoman16 answered: Well Barcelona Are unbeatable at their home ground and play to a diffrent level to anyone else. But Milan will be eager to win. 0-1 Milan
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