Found October 03, 2012 on
The 6th round of La Liga has just been completed and at the moment Barcelona still sit at the top of the log with 18 points. They are closely followed by Malaga and Atletico.
Falcao leads the race for the Pichichi with 7 goals while Caballero leads the race for the Zamora trophy with only 2 goals conceded in 6 games (4 clean-sheets).
I will be doing my usual rundown of the action-packed best 5 matches of the weekend. I will also be naming my team of the week as well as Dizzels Player Of The Week.
1) Málaga vs Betis
Málaga have been superb early in the season. They are playing well together and are at the moment a real joy to watch.
From the start it was obvious that Málaga would dominate this match. The first goal was a penalty that Joaquín scored in the 13th minute. After the departure of Cazorla in the summer, Joaquín has really stepped up and is playing excellently.
They doubled their lead in the 28th minute through Saviola. Any hopes of a comeback were destroyed after Amaya p...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
THAT TAKES (SOCCER) BALLS
This ad of David Villa kicking a soccer ball at a police car was suppose to air in 2010 promoting the “Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit” video game. The ad never got to see the light of day as his new club, Barcelona thought it would paint him in a bad light. That is until now. The power of the Internet.
BTW who knew a soccer team had that much clout.
FC Barcelona couldn't suppress the real David Villa forever. He was bound to emerge one day. The free-scoring striker starred in a commercial back in 2010, but the club banned it from airing out of fear it would portray its new player in a negative light, the Mail reports. But that contraband -- an ad for the video game "Need for Speed - Hot Pursuit" -- has bubbled...
Five days before an always-intense match against Real Madrid, Barcelona can take a big step toward the knockout round of the Champions League when it visits Benfica on Tuesday.
Barcelona matched its best Spanish league start with a comeback 3-2 win at Sevilla on Saturday, and coach Tito Vilanova wants his team to focus on the Portuguese club and not be distracted by Madrid's...