Ronaldo wants Neymar to surpass his achievements


Brazil legend Ronaldo believes Barcelona star Neymar is destined for greatness and can achieve even more success than him. The 23-year-old netted once in Barca’s 6-0 La Liga win over Getafe on Tuesday to equal Ronaldo’s figure of 47 goals for the Catalans and the two-time World Cup winner thinks his compatriot will only get better in the years to come.

“I sincerely hope that Neymar will surpass me in all aspects,” Ronaldo told ESPN Brasil.

“Neymar has a brilliant future ahead of him and is already performing marvellous at present.

“His performances will please the people of Brazil because he is a great idol.”

Neymar has scored 29 times in La Liga, 10 goals in the Champions League, seven in the Copa del Rey and once in the Supercopa de Espana.

Personally I believe, Neymar will somehow always be in the shadow of Messi he can never really be the main man for Barcelona. In terms of Achievements, he will definitely surpass Ronaldo who is the 5th alltime goal scorer for Brazil, Neymar is behind him by a mere 19 goals however I do not foresee him winning the world cup with Brazil.

By Daniel Chokoe


“Bayern the kings of Germany” – Tebogo Molekoa

By Tebogo Molekoa


Pep Guadiola has proven once again that he is one of the best if not the best in the world, after securing a league championship in another country.

26 April 2015, Bayern Munich were once again celebrated being the kings of German football, with the league championship obtained the German side will now concentrate on winning Europe’s major silverware the UEFA champions league.

However competition is tight, as they will face Guadiola’s previous club who are in steaming form, Barcelona seem to be a gigantic obstacles for the Germans but it will only take two games to determine who will go to Berlin for the final against Real Madrid/Juventus.

Will Bayern secure another title or will the Spanish giant stop them?

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Malaga shock Barcelona at Nou Camp

By Daniel Chokoe


A dejected Lionel Messi looks on as Malaga truimps at the Nou Camp

Barcelona’s La Liga title chase suffered an painful setback as they lost 1-0 to visitors Malaga on Saturday.

Juanmi scored the only goal of the game after just seven minutes following a schoolboy error by Dani Alves and Barcelona never recovered, producing a rather disappointing display.

Barcelona remain second with a point behind Real Madrid at the top of the Spanish League, but Los Blancos has a chance to extend that to four points against Elche on Sunday.

The loss comes after an impressive record by Barcelona as they had won their previous 11 games in row, scoring 42 goals in the process.

It also makes things interesting as they will go head to with Manchester City for their UEFA Champions League last 16 clash on Tuesday, it will be interesting to see if the loss has demoralised or motivated the Spanish team.