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Highlights: Malaga 1-3 Barcelona ( La Liga 13/01/2013 )

[0-1] Lionel Messi - 27'
[0-2] Cesc Fabregas - 50'
[0-3] Thiago Alcantara - 82'
[1-3] Diego Buonanotte - 89' (Barcelona, malaga, Spanish Primera Division)

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Nes_Daze  +   824d ago
Another great result. Malaga started playing pretty good, made Barca's passing a bit shaky, but that error that led to Messi's goal brought them down quite a bit. Second half they weren't as good, and even on a day where Messi wasn't really playing well, he scores and picks up a great assist. And such class from Thiago to score that third goal, dribbled past some players and made the finish look easy.
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buddymagoo  +   824d ago
Yeah, after all that hard work and pressing Malaga did making it uncomfortable for Barca. Malaga go one down for their own silly mistake. It must have really deflated them.
momthemeatloaf  +   823d ago
Ronaldo got owned by Osasuna
buddymagoo  +   823d ago
He didn't play, he was banned, hahaha. Way to make a fool out of yourself!
momthemeatloaf  +   823d ago
ahahaha awesome
Corepred4  +   823d ago
Remember, he's only on 11x2 to remind everyone of Ronaldo. I honestly think he's in love with CR7.
KingPin  +   823d ago
this is proof ronaldo will never be forgotten.

you cant have a convo about messi without someone bringing up ronaldo.

@momthemeatloaf
epic fail at trolling CR7.
Anderson8  +   823d ago
thiago will be a worldy in a few yrs if he gets enuff game time.. or he'll end up like dos santos
Kos-Mos  +   823d ago
Spanish football is really boring.

The truth is always stronger than opinions.
akaakaaka  +   823d ago
and yours is a opinion..
last time i check Barcelona is just that good and last year Spanish teams where all over Europe and from the best 8 teams they had like 4 in each competition so how Spanish teams are weak?

Barcelona is just that good, accept it and there is a reason why every two champions they have won one in the last 6 years..

few years ago Arsenal won the Premier without losing a game, does that mean PL is also boring?
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asmith2306  +   823d ago
So true. Real are having an off season this year but for the most part they are head and shoulders above the rest in Spain, and most top teams in Europe for that matter. Barcelona at the moment are unbelievable. Put Barcelona in any league and they would be on top all the time.
Kos-Mos  +   823d ago
There`s absolutely no passion. It`s: "ouch, my foot"-football for whiners like you. Put barcelona in Premier League and they will be slaughtered physically.
akaakaaka  +   823d ago
What sre you talking about? Like if the PL is rugby or something? Futbol has the same rules everywhere and the PL is no different from La Liga and is as harsh.. stop giving yourself excuses and preferences to what you like more, PL is fun and so is the Spanish league which has the best players and it's a fact..
Don't be a fanboy and enjoy the art of soccer.

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