The curious way to give the list of Barcelona to Naples

first_img# NapoliBarça Squad1. ter Stegen2. N. Semedo3. Piqué 4. I. Rakitic 5. Sergio 8. Arthur10. 🐐13. Net15. Lenglet17. Griezmann 19. Braithwaite *21. F. de Jong22. Vidal23. Umtiti 24. Junior26. Iñaki Peña28. Riqui Puig30. Collado31. Ansu Fati33. R. Araujo39. Akieme– FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) February 24, 2020 With a goat. This is how Barcelona mentioned Messi in the call for the global account referring to the acronym G.O.A.T., four letters that summarize, in English, a clear concept: the best of all time.Why the goat? The answer is simple. ‘goat’, ‘goat’ in English, coincides with the acronym for ‘Greatest Of All Times’, the best ever. Barça makes it clear: for them it’s Leo Messi. The club culé has this gesture with Messi just to announce the list before facing Naples, team and city that was marked by Diego Armando Maradona. The one of Villa Fiorito, who played as azzurro from 1984 to 1991, undergoes constant comparisons with Leo Messi for the throne of football history. Debate that Barça, symbolically, has tried to sentence.A list with Braithwaite even if I can’t playAlthough he cannot play, the newcomer Braithwaite is included in a list with all his registered teammates and with the absence of the injured like Jordi Alba, Sergi Roberto, Dembélé or Luis Suárez.The complete list is Ter Stegen, Semedo, Piqué, Rakitic, Busquets, Arthur, Messi, Neto, Lenglet, Griezmann, Braithwaite, De Jong, Vidal, Umtiti, Junior Firpo, Iñaki Peña, Riqui Puig, Collado, Ansu Fati, Araujo and Akieme.last_img read more

Brown’s Town hit back to hold Steer Town

first_imgWestern Bureau:Deano Frater scored in the 57th minute for Brown’s Town High to eke out a share of the points against Steer Town Academy in a Group I ISSA/FLOW daCosta Cup game yesterday at the Addison Park Sports Complex.The home team had to battle their way back into the contest after Jerome Lowe gave Steer Town the lead in the seventh minute of a rain-drenched contest.Meanwhile, Rusea’s High sent a clear warning to rivals, with an 11-1 thrashing of Cambridge High to go clear in Zone B on nine points.Former champions Glenmuir High were also rampant in a 5-0 thrashing of Porus High to take the lead in Group M on six points.But at Brown’s Town, the home side actually ended the match with 10 men, after the referee issued midfielder Jaden Lucas a second yellow card in time added on for stoppages after 90 minutes.Elsewhere in the group, York Castle edged Ocho Rios 1-0 for second in the group on seven points, behind leaders Marcus Garvey on 10.Steer Town are next on six points, with Brown’s Town struggling with three points after four matches.Back in controlThe second half, however, belonged to the host, who took control of midfield through captain Vashean McBean, Jamala Barnaby and Dante Hanson.The trio were instrumental in them getting the equaliser, which came when Frater benefited from a mistake by Kashief Gentles in the Steer Town goal to fire into an empty net.Steer Town’s toughest test will be on Saturday, when leaders Marcus Garvey come visiting, while Brown’s Town meet second place York Castle.Over in Group A, St James High jumped to the front of the pack on seven points courtesy of a 1-0 victory over Green Pond, who remain stuck on a single point.Cornwall College who were idle yesterday are on five points and second in the group. Herbert Morrison High also tasted victory, with a comprehensive 2-0 defeat of Muschett for their first win in two matches.Yesterday’s resultsSpalding 1 Knox 1Green Pond 0 St James High 1Denbigh 1 Garvey Maceo 3Cambridge 1 Rusea’s 11Herbert Morrison 2 Muschett 0Titchfield 3 Buff Bay 0Holmwood 2 Christiana 0Happy Grove 0 Port Antonio 1Alston 3 Bellefield 0Glenmuir 5 Porus 0last_img read more