CHAMPIONS LEAGUE LAST 16 TICKETS, RESULTS

Chelsea FC v FC Barcelona - UEFA Champions League Round of 16: First Leg

Luis Suarez, Lionel Messi celebrate for Barcelona Fc

Chelsea FC v FC Barcelona - UEFA Champions League Round of 16: First Leg

Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta celebrate equilizer for Barcelona Fc against Chelsea

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Lionel Messi of Barcelona is challenged by ex-teammate Pedro of Chelsea during the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 First Leg match between Chelsea FC and FC Barcelona at Stamford Bridge on February 20, 2018, in London

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE LAST 16 TICKETS, RESULTS

2017-18 Champions League: Man City, Man City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Spurs

UEFA Champions League 2018 Round of 16 knockout stage

English Premier League giant clubs Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Manchester City, and Chelsea are still in the running to win the 2018 Champions League title and to be named “Kings of Europe” in the most prestigious European championship tournament. Liverpool host Porto, the Spurs host Juve, Man City host Basel, and Man United host Sevilla; while EPL holders Chelsea travel to clash with Spanish La Liga giant club Barcelona. Legal, authentic, 150% guaranteed Champions League tickets for all second leg ties are available for sale now online from LiveFootballTickets.com! Buy football tickets now to watch some of the world’s greatest footballers in the history of the beautiful game compete for silverware and glory!

Top football players competing in the 2018 Champions League Round of 16 clashes are Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Sergio Aguero, David de Gea, Thibaut Courtois, Ederson, Hugo Lloris, Simon Mignolet, Harry Kane, Mohamed Salah, Sergio Agüero, Raheem Sterling, Roberto Firmino, Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazzard, Álvaro Morata, 

Chelsea FC v FC Barcelona - UEFA Champions League Round of 16: First Leg

Lionel Messi of Barcelona celebrates goal

UEFA Champions League Last 16 first legs results

Juventus 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur
Basel 0-4 Manchester City
Porto 0-5 Liverpool
Real Madrid 3-1 Paris Saint Germain
Chelsea 1-1 Barcelona
Bayern Munich 5-0 Beşiktaş
Sevilla 0-0 Manchester United
Shakhtar 2-1 Roma

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Beşiktaş v Bayern Munich

Chelsea FC v FC Barcelona - UEFA Champions League Round of 16: First Leg

PHILIPPE COUTINHO LEAVES LIVERPOOL FOR BARCA

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Philippe Coutinho, Barcelona

PHILIPPE COUTINHO LEAVES LIVERPOOL FOR BARCA

Liverpool’s top striker leaves for Spanish La Liga club Barcelona

Philippe Coutinho left Liverpool for a new job as forward for giant club Barcelona Fc. Coutinho posted a warm message to Reds fans. Outgoing star Liverpool playmaker Coutinho told his fans that he would "always cherish the club in my heart" on the day that saw him finalize a dream move to titan Spanish La Liga side Barca. Brazilian Coutinho was unveiled to the media yesterday following his £145 million transfer. At the end of the day he was keen to let Liverpool supporters know that he was leaving with a heavy heart. In an emotional post on Instagram Coutinho, who scored 54 goals in 201 appearances for the Reds mentioned the "unique heart and soul" of Liverpool.  He wants fans to know that it was the fulfillment of his "dream" to play for Liverpool, and he hopes fans will realize his need to go on and fulfill a new "dream" at Barcelona. 

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"I leave Liverpool because Barcelona is a dream for me. Liverpool was a dream that I was fortunate enough to realize and I have given five years of my life to it," said Coutinho. "A career on the pitch only lasts for so long and to play for Barcelona as well as Liverpool is something I want to experience and enjoy while I am blessed enough to be able to do so. I hope the supporters understand that choosing to experience something new is not about diminishing their importance to me or the club’s importance. Nothing will ever diminish that in my heart. I wish Jurgen and the team nothing but joy and success for the rest of this season and beyond. This is an amazing team and they are getting better and better all the time."

Coutinho was introduced to Barcelona fans at the Nou Camp on Monday after signing his contract, however, his debut will be delayed by about 3 weeks because of a right leg muscle injury confirmed during his medical. The 25-year-old missed both of Liverpool's games last week because of the injury which coincided with the transfer deal being concluded. Coutinho also will not be allowed to feature for Barcelona in the Champions League knockout phase having already played for Liverpool in the competition this season. 

"I'll have plenty of time to help the club in the future," Coutinho said after signing his five-and-a-half-year contract. "Sometimes you don't get another opportunity like this, to join Barcelona, so I didn't think twice."

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Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain

Brazilian international Coutinho enjoyed five years on Merseyside, growing into an in form talented goal scorer considered to be one of the most exciting football players in world football. Before Barcelona's new record £145 million signing Coutinho moved to the Nou Camp he handed in a transfer request last summer as Liverpool rebuffed three giant bids. Coutinho reserved a special statement for the Kop faithful, for whom he had become the darling of Anfield since the departure of high-scoring Luis Suarez in 2014.

“And finally, to the most important people of Liverpool, the Liverpool supporters,” Coutinho added. “I can never thank you enough for what you have given me during this time and no matter where I go in the world, for the rest of my life, I will always cherish Liverpool in my heart. You, the club and the city will always be a part of me.”

“You’ll Never Walk Alone.”

Louis Suarez played a key role in convincing his former Liverpool team-mate to swap Merseyside for Catalonia.

“A dream come true, thank you Barcelona,” the 26-year-old forward said in an Instagram message. “I can’t wait to start my journey with you!”

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JAN 14 2018 Spanish La Liga Real Sociedad v FC Barcelona Tickets Estadio Anoeta - San Sebastian, Spain

JAN 21 2018 Spanish La Liga Real Betis v FC Barcelona Tickets Estadio Benito Villamarín - Sevilla, Spain

JAN 28 2018 Spanish La Liga FC Barcelona v Alaves Tickets Camp Nou - Barcelona, Spain

FEB 4 2018 Spanish La Liga Espanyol v FC Barcelona Tickets Estadio Cornellá-El Prat - Barcelona, Spain

FEB 11 2018 Spanish La Liga FC Barcelona v Getafe Tickets Camp Nou - Barcelona, Spain

FEB 18 2018 Spanish La Liga SD Eibar v FC Barcelona Tickets Ipurua Municipal Stadium - Eibar, Spain

FEB 20 2018 Champions League Chelsea v FC Barcelona Tickets Stamford Bridge - London, United Kingdom

FEB 25 2018 Spanish La Liga FC Barcelona v Girona FC Tickets Camp Nou - Barcelona, Spain

FEB 28 2018 Spanish La Liga UD Las Palmas v FC Barcelona Tickets Estadio Gran Canaria - Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain

MAR 4 2018 Spanish La Liga FC Barcelona v Atletico Madrid Tickets Camp Nou - Barcelona, Spain

MAR 11 2018 Spanish La Liga Malaga v FC Barcelona Tickets Estadio La Rosaleda - Malaga, Spain

MAR 14 2018 Champions League FC Barcelona v Chelsea Tickets Camp Nou - Barcelona, Spain

MAR 18 2018 Spanish La Liga FC Barcelona v Athletic Bilbao Tickets Camp Nou - Barcelona, Spain

APR 1 2018 Spanish La Liga Fc Sevilla v FC Barcelona Tickets Estadio R. Sánchez Pizjuán - Sevilla, Spain

APR 8 2018 Spanish La Liga FC Barcelona v Leganes Tickets Camp Nou - Barcelona, Spain

APR 15 2018 Spanish La Liga FC Barcelona v Valencia Tickets Camp Nou - Barcelona, Spain

APR 18 2018 Spanish La Liga Celta De Vigo v FC Barcelona Tickets Balaidos - Vigo, Spain

APR 22 2018 Spanish La Liga FC Barcelona v Villarreal Tickets Camp Nou - Barcelona, Spain

APR 29 2018 Spanish La Liga Deportivo La Coruna v FC Barcelona Tickets Estadio Riazor - La Coruna, Spain

MAY 6 2018 Spanish La Liga FC Barcelona v Real Madrid Tickets Camp Nou - Barcelona, Spain

MAY 13 2018 Spanish La Liga Levante UD v FC Barcelona Tickets Estadio Ciudad de Valencia - Valencia, Spain

MAY 20 2018 Spanish La Liga FC Barcelona v Real Sociedad Tickets Camp Nou - Barcelona, Spain

Copa del Rey Celta De Vigo v FC Barcelona Tickets Balaidos - Vigo, Spain

Copa del Rey FC Barcelona v Celta de Vigo Tickets Camp Nou - Barcelona, Spain

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The Spanish La Liga is one of the most famous football leagues in the world. Spanish La Liga tickets including Barcelona tickets, Real Madrid tickets, and Atletico Madrid tickets are available today and can be booked securely now through the LiveFootballTickets.com online booking system. All Barcelona tickets and other Spain football tickets purchased on this website are legal, authentic, and 150% guaranteed. Buy Barca tickets with confidence. Livefootballtickets.com is the premier online marketplace in the world to buy football tickets. We specialize in getting the best Spanish tickets for the entire season and special cups - including Copa del Rey tickets. From the start of the season until the final battle, you will always find great seats and tickets on our site. Be there to cheer for your favorite club to win the Spanish La Liga trophy, book the tickets for your team fast through our easy to use booking system. We will make sure you receive your authentic Spanish football tickets in time before the match. We have a highly professional and friendly customer service staff.

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Camp Nou - Barcelona, Spain

SPANISH LA LIGA HOLIDAY FOOTBALL TICKETS

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Watch the world's best players such as Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Fernando Torres compete in Spanish La Liga

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Plan a Spanish football holiday season

Enjoy the passion and talent of Spanish football! Festive football fans can plan a sun-drenched Christmas Holiday in sunny Spain this year with great seats and La Liga tickets provided securely online now at LiveFootballTickets.com!

Take a sun, sea, and soccer holiday break in Spain. La Liga is one of the best European leagues this season featuring titan clubs Real Madrid, Athletic Madrid, Barcelona FC, and Valencia, with many of the world's best players such as Messi, Ronaldo, Bale, Suarez, Torres, Griezmann, Benzema, Iniesta, Isco, Kroos, Modric, Niguez, Casemiro, Carvajal, Godin, Marcelo, Pique, Ramos, Navos, and Neymar competing in Spain's Primera Division. You can experience the beautiful game of Spanish football while enjoying the Spanish culture and soaking up some sun. It is also may be possible to schedule a mid-week Champions League game. Take a stadium tour of the Nou Camp, the Bernabeu, or the new Mestalla Stadium in Valencia while you have a chance.

Getting There

Easyjet, Ryanair and many of the other low-cost airlines operate at Barcelona El Prat Airport. Ryanair also flies to Girona airport which is an hour's drive to the north of Barcelona. Valencia Airport is ideal, and Alicante Airport is only a 2-hour drive to the south of Valencia and has a greater choice of flights. Trains and coaches are available between all the locations mentioned above, with coaches being the cheapest option, and the high-speed trains (AVE) being the most expensive.

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Buy Holiday Spain La Liga Tickets for Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia

It is possible to buy last-minute Spanish La Liga tickets the day before the game or even on match day from LiveFootballTickets.com!

Watch one of the most eagerly anticipated clashes in Spain’s top division - Real Madrid v FC Barcelona. Enjoy a great view and the rousing atmosphere. Rest assured that your 150% guaranteed, legal, authentic matchday tickets have been provided by LiveFootballTickets.com, the top football tickets marketplace in the world for your favorite La Liga club. Live Football Tickets has over 11 years of serving satisfied La Liga fans!

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See Europe’s most successful club, at their magnificent stadium, Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid, Spain. Real’s home for over 70 years has fantastic stories for you to discover during a tour of the stadium and museum.

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Atletico Madrid Tickets

See Atleti at their spectacular new stadium, Wanda Metropolitano.

DEC 10 2017 Spanish La Liga Real Betis v Atletico Madrid Tickets Estadio Benito Villamarín - Sevilla, Spain
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DEC 22 2017 Spanish La Liga Espanyol v Atletico Madrid Tickets Estadio Cornellá-El Prat - Barcelona, Spain

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Barcelona FC Tickets

See the world’s most popular club, at their iconic stadium. Learn about the history and heritage of this revered club on a 90-minute self-guided tour of the stadium and museum (not included for Champions League, Cup Finals or Super Cup).

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DEC 9 2017 Spanish La Liga Valencia v Celta De Vigo Tickets Mestalla - Valencia, Spain
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DEC 23 2017 Spanish La Liga Valencia v Villarreal Tickets Mestalla - Valencia, Spain

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Champions League 2017 - 2018 Tickets, Fixtures

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Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo led Real Madrid to 2017 Champions League victory!

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2017-18 TICKETS, FIXTURES

UEFA Champions League holders Real Madrid will face Borussia Dortmund, Tottenham Hotspur and Apoel FC in Group H after the draw for Europe's biggest club competition took place in Monaco on Thursday. England Premier League giant club Manchester United return on fire to the popular tournament after last year's success in the UEFA Europa League. The Red Devils will battle Benfica, FC Basel and CSKA Moscow in Group A. Reigning Premier League champions Chelsea have been drawn with Atletico Madrid, Roma and Qarabag FK in Group C. Opening matches are scheduled for September 12 and 13.

Los Blancos' draw is labeled as a group of death, and Real Madrid's trips to Germany and England could see them lose their chance to win the famous trophy again. Superstar striker Cristiano Ronaldo inspired his side previously in the competition, but the Spanish La Liga winners will have to be amazing to retain the Champions League for the third season running.

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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2017-18 GROUP STAGES DRAW

Group A: Benfica, Manchester United, Basel, CSKA Moscow

Group B: Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Anderlecht, Celtic

Group C: Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, Roma, Qarabag

Group D: Juventus, Barcelona, Olympiakos, Sporting Lisbon

Group E: Spartak Moscow, Sevilla, Liverpool, Maribor

Group F: Shakhtar Donetsk, Manchester City, Napoli, Feyenoord

Group G: Monaco, Porto, Besiktas, RB Leipzig

Group H: Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Tottenham Hotspur, Apoel

MATCHDAY 1 FIXTURES

Tuesday 12 Sep 2017

SL Benfica v PFC CSKA Moskva

Manchester United FC v FC Basel 1893

FC Bayern München v RSC Anderlecht

Celtic FC v Paris Saint-Germain

Chelsea FC v Qarabağ FK

AS Roma v Club Atlético de Madrid

FC Barcelona v Juventus

Olympiacos FC v Sporting Clube de Portugal

MATCHDAY 2 FIXTURES

Wednesday 27 Sep 2017

FC Basel 1893 v SL Benfica PFC

CSKA Moskva v Manchester United FC

Paris Saint-Germain v FC Bayern München

RSC Anderlecht v Celtic FC 

Atlético de Madrid v Chelsea FC

Qarabağ FK v AS Roma

Sporting Clube de Portugal v FC Barcelona

Juventus Football Club v Olympiacos FC

MATCHDAY 3 FIXTURES

Wednesday 18 Oct 2017

PFC CSKA Moskva v FC Basel

1893 SL Benfica v Manchester United FC

RSC Anderlecht v Paris Saint-Germain FC

Bayern München v Celtic FC

Qarabağ FK v Club Atlético de Madrid

Chelsea FC v AS Roma

Juventus Football Club v Sporting Clube de Portugal

FC Barcelona v Olympiacos FC

MATCHDAY 4 FIXTURES

Tuesday 31 Oct 2017

FC Basel 1893v- PFC CSKA Moskva

Manchester United FC v SL Benfica

Paris Saint-Germain v RSC Anderlecht

Celtic FC v FC Bayern München

Club Atlético de Madrid v Qarabağ FK

AS Roma v Chelsea FC

Sporting Clube de Portugal v Juventus Football Club

Olympiacos FC v FC Barcelona

MATCHDAY 5 FIXTURES

Wednesday 22 Nov 2017

PFC CSKA Moskva v SL Benfica

FC Basel 1893 v Manchester United FC

RSC Anderlecht v FC Bayern München

Paris Saint-Germain v Celtic FC

Qarabağ FK v Chelsea FC

Club Atlético de Madrid v AS Roma

Juventus Football Club v FC Barcelona

Sporting Clube de Portugal v Olympiacos FC

MATCHDAY 6 FIXTURES

Tuesday 5 Dec 2017

SL Benfica v FC Basel 1893

Manchester United FC v PFC CSKA Moskva

FC Bayern München v Paris Saint-Germain

Celtic FC v RSC Anderlecht

Chelsea FC v Club Atlético de Madrid

AS Roma v Qarabağ FK

FC Barcelona v Sporting Clube de Portugal

Olympiacos FC v Juventus Football Club

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Tuesday 12 September
Group A: Benfica v CSKA Moskva, Manchester United v Basel
Group B: Bayern München v Anderlecht, Celtic v Paris Saint-Germain
Group C: Chelsea v Qarabağ, Roma v Atlético Madrid
Group D: Barcelona v Juventus, Olympiacos v Sporting CP

Wednesday 13 September
Group E: Maribor v Spartak Moskva, Liverpool v Sevilla
Group F: Feyenoord v Manchester City, Shakhtar v Napoli
Group G: RB Leipzig v Monaco, Porto v Beşiktaş 
Group H: Real Madrid v APOEL, Tottenham Hotspur v Borussia Dortmund

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Wednesday 6 December: Porto v Monaco tickets

COMING UP AHEAD IN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

24.8.17: Group Stage Draw
12–13.9/17: Group stage, matchday one
26–27.9.17: Group stage, matchday two
17–18.10.17: Group stage, matchday three
31.10.17–1.11.17: Group stage, matchday four
21–22.11.17: Group stage, matchday five
5–6.12.17: Group stage, matchday six

11.12.17: Round of 16 Draw
13–14.02.18 and 20–21.2.18: Round of 16, first leg
6–7.3.18 and 13–14.3.18: Round of 16, second leg

16.3.18: Quarter-final Draw
3–4.4.18: Quarter-finals, first leg
10–11.4.18: Quarter-finals, second leg

13.4.18: Semi-final and Final Draw
24–25.4.18: Semi-finals, first leg
01–02.5.18: Semi-finals, second leg

Champions League 2017 Final (NSK Olimpiyski, Kyiv): 26 May

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Supercopa de España: Real Madrid 2-0 Barcelona - Barça lose El Clásico

Karim Benzema

Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema celebrates scoring their second goal.

Spanish Super Cup 2017: Real Madrid 2-0 Barcelona (5-1 agg.)

Supercopa de España: Real Madrid 2-0 Barcelona - Barça lose El Clásico

Final

Leg 1

Sunday, August 13 Game 1

Barcelona 1-3 Real Madrid FT

Leg 2

Wednesday, August 16 Game 2

Real Madrid 2-o Barcelona FT

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Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid side win 2017 Spanish Super Cup

Real Madrid defeated Barcelona 2-0 to win the Supercopa de España or the Spanish Super Cup, a Spanish football championship contested by the winners of La Liga and the Copa del Rey.

After winning both legs of the Supercopa de España, Real Madrid lifted the trophy on a 5-1 aggregate win at Camp Nou in Madrid as the hosts quickly scored another stunner to put any doubts to rest. Real added their second trophy to their collection this season. Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane continued his incredible run as manager on Wednesday night as he won his second trophy of the 2017-18 season, without Cristiano Ronaldo, before the start of the Spanish La Liga season. Real Madrid saw off their arch rivals easily, even with Ronaldo and several other key players not on the squad, in a match against their arch-rivals Barca. No doubt Ernesto Valverde is concerned.

Cristiano Ronaldo was banned for five games in the first leg. Ronaldo’s first booking was for taking off his shirt. The second red was for diving in a terrible decision by the referee. Ronaldo's little shove afterward was a bad decision, and that push caused Ronaldo to be given a tough ban.

Cristiano Ronaldo called his five-match ban for pushing a referee “exaggerated and ridiculous” and claims he is being persecuted after failing to have the sanction overturned on appeal.

During Sunday night’s Spanish Super Cup 3-1 first-leg victory over Barcelona, in which Ronaldo had scored, the Real Madrid forward reacted badly after being shown a second yellow for diving by match official Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea, shoving the referee in the back. A Spanish football federation (RFEF) Committee dismissed an appeal, meaning Ronaldo missed out on Wednesday evening’s Supercopa return leg against Barça and will miss upcoming La Liga games against Deportivo La Coruña, Valencia, Levante and Real Sociedad. Ronaldo reacted angrily on social media: “It’s impossible to stay quiet in this situation, five matches! To me it seems exaggerated and ridiculous, this is what you call persecution! Thanks to my team-mates and to the fans for the support.”

In the second leg of the Spanish Super Cup, Real Madrid and Barcelona battled for the first major trophy available in Spain. Real went into the match holding a 3-1 aggregate lead after goals from Leo Messi, Gerard Pique (an own goal), Marco Asensio and Cristiano Ronaldo lit up the first. Real boss Zinedine Zidane and his side seized the opportunity to add to their incredible trophy haul while Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde is learning about life without Neymar.

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The Bernabeu erupts as Marco Asensio celebrates his goal 

Marco Ascenio was key to Real Madrid’s victory against Barca as he scored sensational goals in both legs of the tie with Barca in the 2017 Spanish Super Cup. At Camp Nou he scored an amazing goal, and at the Santiago Bernabéu, he opened the match scoring with another.

“My two goals in the Spanish Super Cup were great and I will look back on them fondly,” said Ascenio. “The fans show us incredible support and so naturally we want to reward them with titles. We were playing at home and had to really turn it on, and we created opportunities, we played the better football over the tie.”

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Real Madrid goalie Keylor Nevas stops Barca superstar Lionel Messi in Supercopa de España second leg

Madridista goalie Keylor Navas has played in a milestone 100 official games for Real Madrid following the Spanish Super Cup return leg win. The talented goalkeeper is in his fourth season at Real Madrid, winning 74 games and 8 titles. His 100 games are spread across six competitions: LaLiga (67), Champions League (25), Copa del Rey (3), Club World Cup (2), Spanish Super Cup (2) and UEFA Super Cup (1).

“We're happy to win titles and keep looking to the future,” said Costa Rican Navas. “It is great to win and more so against a big rival. We worked hard in the preseason, we are doing well physically, we're confident. We have a great group and we're fighting for every possible title”. 

FC Barcelona v Real Madrid - Supercopa de Espana: 1st Leg

Real Madrid goalie Keylor Nevas in Supercopa de España first leg

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Juventus v Real Madrid - UEFA Champions League Final

Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid side are winning trophies at an amazing rate, with a 100% haul in finals to date. Under the Frenchman, the side have won every final they have played in, including this Spanish Super Cup 2017 final. This impeccable run started with la Undécima and the penalty shootout win over Atlético Madrid. Then Sevilla and Kashima Antlers were both defeated in the UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup, respectively. In 2017, the victories came in the la Duodécima win over Juventus and the Super Cups against Manchester United (UEFA Super Cup) and Barcelona (Spanish Super Cup). La Liga number 33 completes the fantastic haul Zidane has overseen.

Real Madrid CF v Club Atletico de Madrid - UEFA Champions League Semi Final: First Leg

Zinedine Zidane continued making European football history for Real Madrid fans as he enjoyed another win in his string of successes as Madridista coach – this time he and his side won the Spanish Super Cup. Real Madrid manager Zidane the was thrilled with the efforts of his team.

“We had to be ready on the 8th of August for the first title. We've won two significant trophies against two big rivals. It stands us in good stead to start the season. Now La Liga begins and it's going to be even more difficult,” said Zidane. “I'm pleased with how we're doing things, and in particular with how we're playing. The first 15 or 20 minutes were spectacular in pressing high up and how we kept hold of the ball. It was a very good first half. In the second we had to dig in a bit because this opposition can cause you problems, that's to be expected. We wanted to play just as we did and when things go to plan you're happy. The players were fantastic. We're not going to get euphoric, this is a long-run thing and we'll enjoy the moment”.

“It's not just Asensio, everyone's doing a great job and working well,” added Zidane. They all do what's expected of them. Now we're starting over. We're going to have to show it again in La Liga. It's going to be a difficult season against tough opposition. The players are in great shape and they know what they want to achieve. It's a group who want to keep winning matches and trophies. I'm enjoying all that's happening now. I'm thrilled with Marco's goal because I love football and when I see a goal like that I'm impressed, just like everyone who enjoys the game”.

“The players deserve it,” continued Zidne. “They are talented and working hard. Winning two trophies against the likes of Manchester United, a great team, and Barcelona is not easy. Behind that lies our will and hard work. This team is hungry and you see that when we play. This is a great way to start, everyone is content. We are going into a long season, but we are ready”.

“There were many key things, the important thing is that we believe, which we do. We played well in both legs. The first half was spectacular. We were strong from the start. It was the game we expected and we are thrilled. It is another trophy, we have to congratulate the players, they were great,” said Zidane. ”I’m really pleased, I love my work and winning 7 titles with these players... It is a great start and we’re still on the run we were on before, having won LaLiga and the Champions League. We are coming to the end of one part, we've got another couple of titles and now we start the season, we have to do everything to win and it will be complicated. I have a spectacular squad and when I make changes you notice it. It is true that taking Isco out, after a great game against Barcelona, can be tough on the player. But the players know this will be a long road and we’ll play more than 65 games. I am happy when I change the team around without changing the dynamic”.

Previews - UEFA Champions League Final

Previews - UEFA Champions League Final

Real Madrid v Manchester United: UEFA Super Cup

Real Madrid v Manchester United: UEFA Super Cup

Juventus v Real Madrid - UEFA Champions League Final

Real Madrid v Sevilla FC

Real Madrid v Sevilla FC