Round 19 will bring the first round of matches in La Liga for this season to an end. Can Barcelona remain on top and set a new club record of going 28 games unbeaten? THT presents the match preview.
After an indifferent start to 2011, FC Barcelona travel to A Coruña, Galicia, to take on Deportivo. The last time these two teams met at this particular ground, FC Barcelona bagged all three points after a hard-fought win. THT previews this thrilling encounter.
As another round of La Liga comes to an end, TheHardTackle reviews the riveting moments of this goal filled weekend of Spanish action.
FC Barcelona enters round 17 of Spanish La Liga as league leaders and they welcome Levante. Barcelona has had a great start to their 2010-11 season and the first instalment went well with a few hiccups here and there. THT presents to you the match preview for the one against Levante at the Camp Nou
Pep Guardiola becomes the first Barcelona manager to win 5 El Clasicos on a trot. Jose Mourinho yet to taste victory at the hallowed Camp Nou. Lionel Messi and Co. denied the Los Blancos any chance to to get anything from the epic tie at the hallowed Camp Nou. Barcelona thus end the match a deserved league leaders.
The world is ready for the first sight of the spectacle this Monday. It will be the first installment of FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid, El Clasico, in this season.
Pep Guardiola's men travel to the beautiful harbour city of Almeria in south-eastern Spain near the Mediterranean Sea. Can he outsmart his mentor and friend Lillo? Barcelona might just have a problem selecting their first eleven despite availability of all their stars. Can Lillo's men take advantage of the precarious situation?
At the end of the tenth week, the Spanish League is turning out to be a two-horse race yet again. Defending champions FC Barcelona maintained their perfect away record although they lost Gerard Pique to a red card, Real Madrid grabbed all three points from their local derby while Osasuna and Villareal had a decent weekend.
A combination of brilliant execution of tactical football, maintaining the ball possession, ruthless pressing football and the indomitable presence of Carles Puyol on both the penalty boxes ensured La Furia Roja's first ever qualification to the final of the World Cup football. TheHardTackle's Arnav Bose provides a detailed summary of the second semi-final game.