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Barcelona's Lionel Messi is the top goal scorer in European football


List of top 10 goal scorers in European Leagues as of October 31, 2017

Argentine and Barrcelona superstar striker Lionel Messi is closing in on the European Golden Boot after netting a brace in FC Barcelona's 4-1 over Villarreal. Reportedly Messi would love Barcelona to sign Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur duo Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen. Alli bagged a brace with Eriksen also scoring in the Spurs’ recent 3-1 Champions League win over rival Spanish La Liga titan club Real Madrid. Messi believes both players would fit in at the Nou Camp, playing in Barca’s midfield. Messi thinks the talented Spurs’ duo could help Barcelona win silverware.

Portugal and Real Madrid superstar striker Cristiano Ronaldo may not be among the top 10 goalscorers in Europe at the end of this season. Messi has now scored 35 Spanish La Liga goals this campaign and remains 2 goals ahead of Edinson Cavani, who also netted a brace for Paris Saint-Germain on the weekend. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the only African on the list. Aubameyang is back into joint-third spot with Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski. Edin Dzeko follows in 5tth place after scoring a brace against AC Milan, while Barca’s Luis Suarez also sits on 27 goals. Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo was rested for a fourth time out of Real's past 7 La Liga games, which resulted in him only scoring once in the past 9 league game weeks. Ronaldo has 20 La Liga strikes, 4 away from the top 10 marksmen in Europe but will have a chance to add to his goal talley.

Top 10 Goalscorers in Europe's Top Leagues

The following is a list of the current top ten goalscorers in the top five European leagues along with photos and links to buy hard-to-get and last-minute tickets to watch these superstars in live action!

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Cristiano Ronaldo is currently the highest paid European football player


Cristiano Ronaldo is on top of Forbes' football's rich list, with the 20 highest paid football players making around $563 million between them. European football's top 20 highest earners earned $563 million over the last campaign, with Cristiano Ronaldo topping Forbes' rich list again. Real Madrid's Ronaldo reportedly earned $82m in wages and endorsements. That put him ahead of Barcelona arch-rival Lionel Messi ($77m), with former PSG star - Manchester United’s injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic third at $37m. Eight giant clubs are represented on the list, with Premier League club Manchester City with four players. Spanish La Liga champions Real Madrid, named by Forbes as the richest club in the world four years running, have three players on the list, with Gareth Bale ($34m) in fifth and James Rodriguez ($21m) 11th. Rodriguez now features for Bayern Munich. No player from Italy Serie A was on the list, while there are 10 men named to the list from English clubs displaying the English Premier League's financial clout in European football. Notably, Ronaldo's earnings surpassed the combined total of the Premier League's leading trio of Wayne Rooney ($26m), Sergio Aguero ($24m) and Eden Hazard ($22m). 

Some of the highest paid football players in history including Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale and Barcelona's Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez will compete in the upcoming Spanish Super Cup between Real Madrid and Barca at Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid, Spain on August 16, 2017. Great last minute football tickets for the mouth-watering clash of titans are still available for sale from!

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Forbes' 2017 20 Highest Paid Footballers List

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7. Sergio "Kun" Aguero (Manchester City) - $24m

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8. Luis Suarez (Barcelona) - $23m

Arsenal v Chelsea - The Emirates FA Cup Final
9. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) - $22m

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10. Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea) - $21m

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1. Leo Messi (Argentina, Barcelona)

2. Gianluigi Buffon (Italy, Juventus)

3. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, Real Madrid)

4. Luka Modric (Croatia, Real Madrid)

5. Toni Kroos (Germany, Real Madrid)

6. Paulo Dybala (Argentina, Juventus)

7. Sergio Ramos (Spain, Real Madrid)

8. Kylian Mbappé (France, Monaco)

9. Robert Lewandowski (Poland, Bayern Munich)

10. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden, Manchester United)


FC Barcelona celebrate winning the International Champions Cup by lifting the trophy during the International Champions Cup 2017 match between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona at Hard Rock Stadium on July 29, 2017 in Miami Gardens, Florida

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Barcelona's No.10 Lionel Messi opens scoring against Real Madrid


Barcelona defeated titan Spanish La Liga arch-rivals Real Madrid ahead of the new 2017-18 season with a thrilling 3-2 victory in an exciting and historic El Clasico friendly on Saturday in Miami, Florida and became the 2017 International Champions Cup winners. El Clasico Miami, the recent Saturday night clash between Spanish arch-rivals FC Barcelona and Real Madrid (minus Cristiano Ronaldo) was the biggest soccer game played in South Florida ever, and the first El Clasico played outside Europe in 35 years - pnly the  second in the 235 times the titan Spanish La Liga clubs have met since 1929.

Squads for El Clásico

Real Madrid

Navas; Carvajal, Marcelo, Varane, Ramos; Casemiro, Modric, Kovacic; Benzema, Bale, Asensio


Cillessen; Vidal, Umtiti, Piqué, Alba; Rakitic, Busquets, Iniesta; Messi, Suárez, Neymar

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Cristiano Ronaldo competes for holders Portugal in World Cup 2018 Russia Qualifiers


World Cup 2018 Russia is only 15 months away and the latest round of qualifying games are just around the corner. Titan teams expected to challenge for the coveted trophy in Russia are Brazil, Germany, France, and Belgium. Argentina’s fate is less certain due to their superstar striker Lionel Messi’s four match ban.

Brazil are top of the South American qualifying round, having been rejuvenated under manager Tite’s leadership with Argentina in fifth with a key game against Chile coming up on Thursday. Spain, France, Poland, Republic of Ireland and Croatia sit atop their groups. DR Congo, Nigeria and Egypt are on top with six points from their opening games. Meanwhile Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Japan are top of their gourps.  

World Cup Russia 2018 is the last chance for Lionel Messi to be crowned the undisputed king of football, as Maradona was in Mexico in 1986  The match against Chile on Thursday in Buenos Aires on the Road to World Cup Russia; it is a must-win for Messi’s national team. Argentina’s new head coach Edgardo Bauza decided to keep players Tata Martino and Alejandro Sabella who did not play in the past six years. Footballers Gonzalo Higuaín, Ángel Di María, Sergio Agüero, Javier Mascherano and Lionel Messi have a good chance to become world champions after losing three major finals in the past three years (Brazil 2014, Copa Américai Chile 2015, and US 2016).

With four rounds of World Cup Qualifiers fixtures remaining in the South American qualifying competition, Brazil are in first place with 33 points, followed by Colombia (24), Uruguay and Chile (23). Argentina (22) are in fifth place, thereby earning a two-leg play-off against the top-ranked Oceania region side.

Brazil became the first team to qualify for the 2018 World Cup Russia, maintaining their amazing record as the tournament’s only side to have qualified to play in every World Cup Tournament in history. The five-times champs beat Paraguay 3-0 for their eighth successive win in the South American qualifying competition. Peru’s surprise 2-1 win over Uruguay in a later game guaranteed Brazil a top-four finish. Uruguay and Argentina still have to face each other which means it is impossible for both teams to overtake Brazil.

In Brazil’s crucial win, Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho curled in a low opener for Brazil and Barcelona forward Neymar capped an exciting evening with a goal in the second half and Marcelo added a third goal late in São Paulo.

“My greatest joy is sharing joy,” Brazil manager Tite said. “When you look at the face of your family, when you see the players happy, when you see a happy little child, sharing joy is my greatest satisfaction. More pleasure.”

Neymar captained his side against the Paraguay defenders.

“I always think of overcoming my limits,” Neymar said. “First of all I want to help my team, always, and then I think about pushing the limits, reaching the marks of games and goals. I am very happy for this moment, not only mine, but also my team-mates. We are achieving our goals, which is to win and reach the World Cup as well.”

Paraguay coach, Juan Carlos Arce, was critical of the referee, Victor Carrillo, after the game. “The refereeing was bad today,” he said. “It is a shame, Brazil does not need it.”

Meanwhile Argentina dropped down to fifth in the standings after losing 2-0 away to Bolivia at high altitude in La Paz without Messi as he began his four-match ban. Five-times world player of the year Messi was suspended less than six hours before kick-off for swearing at an assistant linesman in the previous match that Argentina won 1-0 win against Chile. Messi will be available only for the last of Argentina’s games in Ecuador. Messi has appealed the severity of the ban.

Russia supporters are at risk of missing their own World Cup while Russian networks struggle to agree deal with Fifa. TV networks are struggling to reach a deal to secure the rights to show World Cup 2018. The country has invested around $11bn in preparation to host the 2018 tournament, but with only 14 months to go until the World Cup finals kick off, governing body Fifa are still looking for a broadcaster to show the games in Russia after state-run TV channels firmly turned down Fifa’s price of $120m for the rights to show the tournament. Fifa are being unreasonable in their financial demands.

World Cup Draw

The draw for the 2018 World Cup Russia is set to take place in the Kremlin on Friday, December 1. A Unesco World Heritage site, the Kremlin is a fortified complex in the heart of Moscow that contains several cathedrals and palaces, one of which is the official residence of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The draw itself will be staged in the State Kremlin Palace, a building intended to house meetings of the Soviet Union's Communist Party but now used as a concert hall. This famous venue has a capacity of 6,000. This summer's dress rehearsal is the Confederations Cup which takes place between June 17 and July 2, will feature Russia, 2014 World Cup winners Germany and the six reigning champions of world football's confederations: Australia, Chile, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal and the winners of the on-going Africa Cup of Nations.


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JUN 11 2017 World Cup 2018 Qualifiers Italy v Liechtenstein Tickets Stadio Friuli - Udine, Italy
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Cristiano Ronaldo speaks during the ceremony at Madeira Airport in Portugal to rename it Cristiano Ronaldo Airport in Santa Cruz, Madeira Portugal

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Lionel Messi scores hat trick against Man City in Champions League

Lionel Messi, Barcelona FC scores against Manchester City


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Match Report

Barcelona 4-0 Manchester City

Lionel Messi 17' min
Lionel Messi 61' min
Lionel Messi 69' min
Junior Neymar 89' min

Pep Guardiola and his Manchester City side could not stop Barcelona superstar striker Lionel Messi as he scored a hat trick in Barca’s Group C Champions League battle at Camp Nou before 96,290 fans. Junion Neymar added the fourth near the end of the match. Man City's Argentine manager Guardiola, who was boss at Barca for four years, did not enjoy his difficult homecoming battle with his former side. Messi’s hat-trick off his dangerous left foot earned him a total of  an amazing 16 goals in 15 games against English clubs. This was Messi’s 37th career hat-trick. Barca goalie Marc-Andre Ter Stegen earned a clean sheet, while Claudio Bravo earned a red card and was sent off. Sergio Aguero watched the game from the bench.

Former Barca goalkeeper, Chilean Claudio Bravo who stepped up as Guardiola’s #1 after Joe Hart left for Torino on loan, did not enjoy his first match back in Catalunya as he was sent to the dressing room in the 53r'  minute for handling outside of his area.

Leo Messi revelled in his full 90 minutes return from a groin injury with a stunning triple. Messi marked his return to the Barca starting line-up with a hat-trick as Barca’s 4-0 win over a 10-man Man City continued a perfect 100% start to Luis Enrique’s side's Champions League campaign.

The La Liga champions were already safely established five points above City at the Group C summit when a late Neymar penalty shot added the fourth.

Sergio Aguero remained sitting on the visitors' bench throughout the entire match.

Claudio Bravo, Manchester City goalie, is shown a red card

For the third time in a row Manchester City’s visits to the Nou Camp have ended in their defeat. This visit, Lionel Messi treated his former manager, Pep Guardiola to his magic scoring a hat-trick on Pep’s first return to Catalonia with his new club, Man City. Guardiola was Barca’s esteemed coach between 2008 and 2012. Guardiola previously returned for the first time as manager of Bayern Munich 18 months ago suffering a 3-0 defeat.

Guardiola left Kun Aguero on the bench. “I want more midfielders”, said Guardiola. City’s all-time leading Champions League scorer Sergio Aguero was benched in favor of a three-man front-line of Kevin De Bruyne, Nolito and Raheem Sterling who were unable to score a single goal in the fiesty match.

Messi’s hat trick was an example of the Argentine striker's brilliance that led to him being named again to the Balloon D’Or 30 man shortlist for the 2016 award.

Luis Enrique’s Barca dominated throughout the match but Man City’s Fernandinho, Aleksandar Kolarov, John Stones, Sterling and Claudio Bravo all were careless leading to the defeat as well.



Ter Stegen; Umtiti, Mascherano, Pique, Alba; Busquets, Iniesta, Rakitic; Messi, Suarez, Neymar. Subs: Masip, Arda, Digne, Alcacer, Rafinha, Mathieu, Andre Gomes.

Manchester City

Bravo; Zabaleta, Otamendi, Stones, Kolarov; Fernandinho; Sterling, Gundogan, Silva, Nolito; De Bruyne. Subs: Caballero, Fernando, Aguero, Maffeo, Clichy, Sane, Navas.


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Marc-Andre Ter Stegen, FC Barcelona


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Champions League Match Week 3 Fixtures

Tuesday, November 2

Manchester City v Barcelona

Wednesday, November 2

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Tottenham Hotspur v Bayer Leverkusen

Bor Dortmundd v Sporting

Legia War v Real Madrid

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FC Porto v Club Brugge

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Here are the UEFA Champions League group standings going into Week 3, with Arsenal, Napoli, Barca, Bayern Munchen, Monaco, Real Madrid, Leicester City and Liverpool sitting in first place in their groups.

Group A: 1. Arsenal (ENG), 2. Paris Saint-Germain (FRA) 3. Ludogorets Razgrad (BUL), 3. Basel (SUI)
Group B:
 1. Napoli (ITA), 2. Beşiktaş (TUR), 3. Benfica (POR), 4. Dynamo Kyiv (UKR)

Group C: 1. Barcelona (ESP), 2. Manchester City (ENG), 3. Borussia Mönchengladbach (GER), 4. Celtic (SCO)
Group D: 1. Bayern München (GER), 2. Atlético Madrid (ESP), 3. PSV Eindhoven (NED), 4. Rostov (RUS)
Group E: 1. Monaco (FRA), 2. Tottenham Hotspur (ENG), 3. Bayer Leverkusen (GER), 4. CSKA Moskva (RUS)
Group F:
 1. Real Madrid (ESP, holders), 2. Borussia Dortmund (GER), 3. Sporting CP (POR), 4. Legia Warszawa (POL)

Group G: 1. Leicester City (ENG), 2. FC København (DEN), 3. Porto (POR), 4. Club Brugge (BEL),
Group H: 1. Juventus (ITA), 2. Sevilla (ESP), 3. Lyon (FRA), 4. Dinamo Zagreb (CRO)

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Lionel Messi, Barcelona FC scores against Man City


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Pablo Zabaleta, Manchester City and Neymar, Barcelona