Tuesday, 7 April 2009

Number of the day: 24


record number of goals scored by both Bayern Munich and Barcelona
during this season's Champions League so far


pep said...

Barcelona received the most goals of all quarter-finalists (11).

ej said...

pep may i have your email address?

ej said...

my email is elia-work@gmx.de

i need yours please

Ramzi said...

Goals scored:

Barcelona 24 (8 against sporting)
Arsenal 12
Chelsea 12
Man Utd 11
Liverpool 16
Porto 11
Villarreal 12
Bayern 24 (12 against sporting)

Vj said...

Nice work Pep and Ramzi.. but one should add

Liverpool 16 (5 against Real Madrid)


Riis said...

"Daniel van Buyten was not part of the Bayern party which set off from Munich on Tuesday lunchtime for the Champions League quarter-final first leg away to Barcelona. The centre-back returned to his home country of Belgium a few hours earlier for family reasons. Daniel had briefly rejoined his team-mates from a spell of compassionate leave the previous day.

In the absence of the injured Lucio, and with Martin Demichelis and Breno the only recognised central defenders available for selection, coach Jürgen Klinsmann added talented youngster Holger Badstuber from the FCB reserves to his senior squad.

"We're missing a few players, but we'll still send out a competitive side capable of holding its own against Barcelona," commented Klinsmann, who is also without Miroslav Klose after the striker underwent surgery on a foot injury. On the plus side, Hamit Altintop has reported fit from a calf strain and returns to the squad"
"To go with the selection issues, the Bayern party suffered a disrupted start to their trip when their plane developed hydraulic problems before take-off, although the aircraft was finally cleared to depart for Catalonia after a 50-minute delay. The passenger list included birthday boy Franck Ribéry, who is 26 today"

Cáceres n Ribéry share same day??

Iason said...

Boy, we really needed Abidal for this game. He's is our only LB tall and big enough to handle Schweinsteiger or however you spell it. Puyol is going to have a very hard time considering that Schweiny is in very good form ATM.

Gersonworld said...

hey guys, im in Norway and planning to go to Spain to watch the Sevilla game, im just wondering if there are others planning on travelling there so we can meet there, book a hostel and see the city before the actual match. if there are others willing to organise this please email me, gblue85@gmail.com. hope to get a response.

pep said...

ej, you can mail me at:


(reply will follow later this week)

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