Tag: hat trick

  • Neymar Gets Everyone to Shut Up (Barcelona vs Celtic)

    Neymar Gets Everyone to Shut Up (Barcelona vs Celtic)

    While Barcelona were going through their mini slump, Neymar had to endure quite a lot of criticism. Not for playing badly, but for simply not being Lionel Messi, as even his manager tried to take off the pressure but might have added instead, suggesting that he’s never going to be the kind of scorer the Argentine is. So the Brazilian decided to be himself, scoring a hat trick against poor Celtic in a 6-1 win.

  • Mustapha Durak With a Halfway Line Volley Goal

    Mustapha Durak With a Halfway Line Volley Goal

    A lot of great goals need terrible keepers, but Mustapha Durak scoring a volley from nearly the halfway line in Niort’s 4-2 win over Dijon in a French Ligue 2 match was a brilliant goal, regardless of the keeper’s position in the goal.

  • New and Old at the Bernabeu (Real Madrid vs Osasuna)

    Real Madrid made history today, playing their first midday kickoff, on a Sunday, at the Santiago Bernabeu, while Cristiano Ronaldo (receiving the Golden Boot) continues cementing his name and scoring records in history with yet another hat trick, leading Real to a 7-1 win over Osasuna.

  • Cristiano Ronaldo Back to His Scoring Ways

    Cristiano Ronaldo needed only 14 minutes to score his third hat trick of the season, leading Real Madrid to a 4-0 win over Malaga, moving to the top spot, where they feel natural, while Lionel Messi couldn’t convert an injury time penalty as Barcelona slipped to a 0-0 draw with Sevilla at home.

  • 2010 World Cup Diary – Day 7

    Day 7 in South Africa – all the goals, best pictures and the usual pretty fans selection of the day

  • Milan Grab Second, Title Race in France and Germany Continues – Sunday Soccer Across Europe 19/04

    Sunday finished off unfinished business (you like?) in the European Leagues and we’re here to guide you through the main action and show you the biggest games to take place. If you wanna see Milan crushing Torino to grab second, Bordeaux beating Lyon for the first time in 10 years and PSV destroying Ajax and handing the Championship to AZ in Holland, come on in. Oh yeah, and we have another Hat trick hero for you today, Filippo Inzaghi.