The win means Barcelona have reached the last eight of the Champions League for seven straight season. We specialize in embryo transfer work for cattle and goats and have also … Mexico may not have won a World Cup, but the country has a pretty lengthy history with the international tournament. 5 Ronaldo scores two goals to begin his international year with Portugal, as they thrash Cameroon 5-1 in a friendly. 26 Ronaldo is ‘gone in 60 minutes’ during Real’s 4-0 win over Osasuna but still manages to score twice during his hour or so on the field. They trail by two after 55 minutes but the ‘Yellow submarine’ torpedoes itself with two own goals before Messi pounces to secure the win. 20 Messi completes a quick-fire Barcelona turnaround at the Camp Nou as Athletic Bilbao are beaten 2-1. Having trailed to Artiz Aduriz’s opener, Pedro and then Messi score inside the space of two minutes as the Catalans recovers from their Copa disapointment. 16 Even in Ronaldo’s absence, Real Madrid win the Clasico Copa del Rey final 2-1. The game at the Mestalla in Valencia is settled five minutes from time as Gareth Bale sprints the length of the Barcelona half to score a stunning winner.
After taking only enough time to dress, I drove to the bank to stash the bulk of my cash in a safety deposit box, then returned home. A Mexican government official confirmed that the warrant targeted Ortega and the search was at his home. Working with U.S. investigators, Mexican authorities obtained a search warrant and recovered the jersey March 12, along with another Brady jersey that disappeared after the 2015 Super Bowl. It would an incredibly unique jersey in this day and age. 27 Messi scores seven minutes from time to cap a spectacular. It is the second time Ronaldo has won the competition. Ronaldo converts a penalty of his own but ends up on the losing side. He ends the campaign with 41 goals and 15 assists in all competitions. 16 Messi’s hat-trick in a 7-0 rout of Osasuna takes him beyond Paulino Alcantara as Barcelona’s leading goalscorer in all competitions when friendly matches are also included. Ronaldo opens the scoring in Real’s 5-0 rout of Rayo Vallecano, meaning he equals Messi’s record of scoring in 10 consecutive matches in all competitions.
He equals Messi’s best of 14 goals in a Champions League campaign. 5 Messi’s double book-ends a 3-1 home win over Real Betis as Barcelona maintain the pressure on leaders Atletico. 4 Ronaldo saves a point for Real in a 2-2 home draw with Valencia by scoring an outrageous backheel volley in the second minute of injury time. However, he is taken off with a thigh injury 10 minutes from time and would miss four matches. 23 Ronaldo returns from his thigh injury and completes 73 minutes of Real’s 1-0 semi-final, first leg with Bayern Munich. 1 Ronaldo is quick out the blocks, scoring inside two minutes as Real win 4-0 at Granada. 29 In one of the year’s most remarkable results, Ronaldo scores twice as classy Real thrash Bayern 4-0 in the Allianz Arena and cruise into the Champions League final. Raul leads the way with 66. Ronaldo also becomes the first player to score in eight consecutive Champions League matches. 15 In scoring Real’s winner at Malaga, Ronaldo becomes the first player to score 25 goals in five consecutive league seasons.
Atleti claim their first title since the mid-nineties. 1 Barcelona and Atletico Madrid draw 1-1 at the Nou Camp in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final, with Neymar levelling after Diego had opened the scoring. 12 Messi is once again the scourge of Manchester City as his goal in the Nou Camp sets them on course for a 2-1 second leg win, wrapping up the tie comfortably 4-1 on aggregate. 17 Barcelona’s attempts to steal the La Liga title from Atletico end in disappointment as they draw 1-1 with the leaders in a winner-takes-all clash at the Nou Camp. Despite this, Barcelona still trail leaders Atletico by four points. 9 Messi’s hopes of winning a fourth Champions League are ended by Atletico, who win the quarter-final, second leg 1-0 thanks to Koke’s early strike and advance to the last four 2-1 on aggregate. 9 Ronaldo’s 11th-minute strike sets Real on their way to a 3-0 win over Levante in the Bernabeu. 2 In his 100th Champions League appearance for Real Madrid against Borussia Dortmund, Ronaldo’s 57th-minute goal to make it 3-0 sets yet more benchmarks.