Real Madrid vs PSG

While the league title is seemingly beyond reach for Los Blancos, they still can lift the Champions league trophy for a 3rd consecutive time as they managed to take a 3-1 lead to Paris in a game that showed mere moments of Real Madrid brilliance.

Judging by Cristiano flail of a form this season which happens to coincide with Real Madrid’s unfortunate overall struggle, the Parisian side were thought to have a clear shot at taking home the championship. With Neymar’s signing and the team’s eagerness to make it through, it was possible that finally PSG could in fact get through to the quarter finals but they once again prove that they lack a big-game mentality whereas Real Madrid have expertise when it comes this trophy in particular.

Even though the Madrid side performed poorly in comparison, Neymar luckily avoided a second booking for diving and the Parisian defense line displayed panic anytime they were put under pressure. The frantic defense was a clear way to Real Madrids Victory in the Bernabeu and a cause for frustration to PSG, as they were the better team. They had better chances.

But that didn’t matter, because it all came down to the same apparent laws of physics that govern the CL, especially when it came to these sides… In this Arena, Los Merengues conquer and PSG display exactly why they cannot win the title as they are limited in Champions League skill.

PSG need only two goals at home to make it through but need much more change.

They need the confidence of Madrid and Ronaldo and that unfortunately can only be earned by the experience of the reigning champions… It cannot be bought.

The second of two-legs between PSG and Madrid is set to take place on the 6th of March, we’ll have to wait and see.

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U13 Intercontinental Cup

تهنئة خاصة 

  • مجلس دبي للرياضة
    اتحاد الامارات العربيه المتحدة لكرة القدم
    لجنة دوري المحترفين
    مدينة دبي الرياضية
    شرطة دبي
    تلفزيون دبي

  •  بيغ فوتي تنهي تعاونها مع ميشال سالغادو

  • تعلن شركة بيغ فوتي انها قد انهت تعاونها مع ميشال سلغادو وتتمنى له التوفيق والنجاح في الاعوام القادمة

  • سيلتا فيغو يحقق كأس دبي للقارات تحت 13 سنة الأهلي المصري يفوز بالكاس الفضيه

  • نجح نادي سيلتا فيغو الإسباني بتحقيق الكأس الذهبية لبطولة دبي للقارات في نسختها الثالثة وذلك بعد فوزه في المبارة النهائية على نادي يوفنتوس الإيطالي وذلك يوم السبت الماضي٬ كما استطاع نادي الأهلي المصري الظفر بالكأس الفضيه للبطولة بعد انتصاره على نادي ليفنتي أزورو الايطالي.

    20 فريقا من 10 دول مختلفه شاركت في النسخة الثالثة من البطولة حيث نالت الإمارات حصة الأسد بمشاركه 5 أنديه أضافه إلى الأكاديميه الإسبانية لكره القدم في دبي. البطولة شهدت مشاركه فرق عالميه يتصدرها ريال مدريد، برشلونة من اسبانيا وتشلسي الإنكليزي.

    وفي ختام البطولة تسلمت الفرق الفائزة الجوائز من أمين عام مجلس دبي للرياضة صاحب المعالي سعيد حارب يشاركه رئيس مجلس ادارة مدينة دبي الرياضية الأستاذ خالد الزرعوني.

    وقد صرح الأستاذ علي عمر مدير ادارة التطوير الرياضي في مجلس دبي للرياضة “أن كأس دبي للقارات تحت 13 عام تمثل محطة مهمة من استراتيجية مجلس دبي للرياضه للتطوير المواهب الامارتية الشابة، حيث تمثل البطولة فرصة مهمة للاحتكاك مع افضل نوادي كرة القدم العالميه.”

    كما اضاف “لقد شهدت النسخة الثالثة مشاركة 5 فرق امارتية: النصر والشباب والاهلي دبي والعين والوحده مما يؤكد على اهتمام النوادي الامارتية بقطاع الفئات العمرية مما ينعكس على تطوير المنتخبات الوطنية”.

  • Special Thanks

  • Dubai Sports Council
    UAE Football Association
    Pro League Committee
    Dubai Sports City
    Dubai Police
    Dubai TV

  • Bigfooti Terminates its collaboration with Michel Salgado

  • Bigfooti announces the termination of its collaboration with Michel Salgado. It has been a great experience to work on Dubai U13 Intercontinental Cup, and we wish best of luck and success for Dubai U13 Intercontinental Cup for years to come.

  • Celta Vigo won Dubai U13 Intercontinental Cup Al Ahly from Egypt won the Silver Cup

  • Celta de Vigo, winners of the first edition, won the 3rd edition of Dubai U13 Intercontinental Cup for a second time on Saturday night, defeating Juventus 1-0 in the final. while Al Ahly of Egypt edged Italy’s Levante Azzuro on penalties in the Silver Cup final following a 1-1 draw.

    20 teams from 10 different countries participated in the tournament including 5 football clubs from United Arab of Emirates and Spanish Soccer Academy in Dubai. The tournament also witnessed the participation of heavyweight European teams such as FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, and FC Chelsea.

    The winners received the trophy from HE. Saeed Hareb, Secretary General of Dubai Sports Council (DSC), in presence of Khalid Al Zarooni, Chairman of Dubai Sports City.

    Ali Omar, Director of the Sports Development Department in Dubai Sports Council, said to present Media: “This is a unique football tournament and in line with the strategic plan of Dubai Sports Council, aiming to give our young Emirati players a chance to compete against top talents from around the world. “This year we saw five local UAE teams –Al Nasr, Al Wasl and Shabab Al Ahli Dubai, Al Wahda and Al Ain – participate in the tournament and I am sure all of them will take a lot of positives from their participation over the past three days.

    “I am sure many of the players we saw in action here will go on to represent their clubs and their countries and win many titles with them.”