Friday, November 27, 2015
The Selecao trio were named among the greatest players on the planet in 2015 as Lionel Messi claimed the prestigious award for the fourth time since its inception in 2008
The Barcelona and Argentina forward expresses his gratitude at winning the trophy for a record fourth time and says that he hopes to carry his fine form into 2016
The Argentine has dethroned Real Madrid rival Cristiano Ronaldo, who finished second, with Messi's team-mates Luis Suarez and Neymar coming home third and fourth, respectively
The Catalans' international advisor says the Chilean goalkeeper Bravo is "a star" of the team and will not be sold, despite reports suggesting he is unsettled
Following matchday 5 in the Champions League, test your knowledge of goals in the competition with our tricky quiz
Thursday, November 26, 2015
The self-confessed Real Madrid fan admits Saturday's match was 'historic' but hopes Los Blancos can recover from the drubbing against rivals Barcelona
Luis Enrique's side go into the game in fine form and face a side that have a miserable La Liga record at Camp Nou
Ahead of the grand unveiling of the order and winner on Friday, you now know each and every player who has made our countdown of the world's best - but who will be triumphant?
The Bayern Munich striker showed off his delectable technique during training, while Barca's futsal team scored an impressively quick goal
EXCLUSIVE: The Chelsea midfielder spent a season playing alongside the Barcelona attacker at Camp Nou and he is in no doubt that the Brazilian is destined for greatness
Ahead of Friday's big announcement, the Selecao icon says that the Argentina captain should be recognised for the key role he played in Barcelona's treble triumph last season
The reigning Liga champions have been in spectacular form and there is little reason to think that their scoring spree will not continue against their Basque opponents
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo lead the way in FIFpro and Fifa's 55-man shortlist for the 2015 World XI
The goals continued to flow on Matchday Five with Barcelona thrashing Roma and Real Madrid surviving a late comeback from Shakhtar Donetsk
The Brazilian shone in the 6-1 thrashing of Roma, Iker Casillas produced a clanger against Dynamo Kiev and Thomas Muller broke another record on matchday five
There were goals aplenty in the latest round of Europe's premier club competition. With so many great displays, who made the best XI?
Manchester United's Champions League progress is in doubt, Real Madrid are almost punished for switching off and there's more praise for Barcelona - it's Goal's European newspap...
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Nine teams have confirmed their place in the knockout stages of Europe's premier club competition, but there are 13 more clubs who are still in the hunt for qualification...
The Paris Saint-Germain striker, who has won league titles in four countries, has been criticised for his lack of impact in key Champions League games
Sergi Roberto is likely to sit out Barcelona's next two matches after the midfielder picked up an ankle injury in the 6-1 win over Roma.