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Real Madrid vs Barcelona friendly highlights

Barcelona had 634 passes against Real Madrid (373 passes), with 90% pass accuracy.
Semedo is a rockstar, definitely should start over Vidal in Spanish Super Cup, Samper is looking badass he should be Busqi's backup, Denis is getting there, Arda should be sold, Roberto is a class, Alena is smooth but needs some improvements, Digne a beast defensively as usual, Masche is a WARRIOR, and the most beautiful thing not just in this match, but the whole tournament, Cilessen!
I know Madrid's youth are absolute quality, but Barca's youth look promising too. Hope Valverde gives them plenty of game time in the upcoming season.
Such a crazy feeling to just watch what probably is Neymar's last game,I remember seeing his first game for the Spanish Supercup and he scored,now watch the Barca with no MSN will be so weird.

Real Madrid
Real looking very very rusty, especially Bale...
I don't know if it's a confidence thing or if he's just being cautious in pre-season …

Nice vs Ajax Highlights, Champions League

Nice vs Ajax Highlights - Video Below
Nice 1-1 Ajax (Mario Balotelli min.32/ Donny van de Beek min.49)

Match of many different faces.Ajax was awful in the 1st half and mostly dominating the 2nd. That Van de Beek goal is absolutely vital.
Frenkie de Jong was also really impressive. Explosive 2nd half from Ajax. Nice should be happy with a draw. This match was better than most away matches that Ajax played, so that makes me happy. It seemed like they "clicked" which is very important under a new manager. I was pessimistic this morning about the match but luckily this has made me the opposite. Viergever, Kluivert and Youness were quite poor.

Fun game to watch! Nice to have some competitive European matches back on. Even first half then Ajax dominated the second, aside from the last 5 minutes where Nice could have won it. Considering Ajax is usually 10 times better during home games, this is looking good.

Nice vs Ajax Highlights, Champions League Video

Tour de France - Polish cyclist Pawel Poljanski's photo

Muscular engagement involves a lot of blood flow to those muscles. The more blood flowing means the more the veins will dilate or bulge.
Also, I'm not claiming to know anything about competitive cycling and I don't mean to throw around baseless accusations but for what it's worth, steroids make you more vascular as well.

You could also mention Angiogenesis, which is the growth of new vascular tissue which is associated with exercise. So extreme cardio athletes like these guys most likely grow more veins and capillaries than a normal person. And you also need to keep bodyfat % in mind. The biggest factor that decides a person's vascularity is how low their body fat is, the less fat there is under the skin, the more veins will show through.

Not only do you have to ride side by side with 100 others for hours on end at 50km/h, while at a physical limit where one slip of concentration can bring everyone down, you have to climb the steepest mountains in the world, and…

Jermain Defoe and Bradley Lowery

Bradley, from Blackhall Colliery, County Durham, was diagnosed with the disease when he was 18 months old. He underwent treatment and was in remission, but relapsed last year.
His plight touched the lives of many, and well-wishers raised more than £700,000 in 2016 to pay for him to be given antibody treatment in New York.
But medics then found his cancer had grown and his family was informed his illness was terminal. His death was confirmed on social media by his parents.
The posting read: "My brave boy has went with the angels today.
"He was our little superhero and put the biggest fight up but he was needed else where. There are no words to describe how heart broken we are."

Jermain Defoe has paid an emotional tribute to "best friend" Bradley Lowery after his death from a rare form of cancer.
The England striker struck up a close friendship with Bradley during his time at Sunderland. The pair first met when Bradley was mascot for Sunderland as his family sta…

Bundesliga Fixtures 2017/18

Bundesliga Fixtures 2017/18

1. Round
Bayern München – Bayer Leverkusen

1899 Hoffenheim – Werder Bremen
Hertha BSC – VfB Stuttgart
SC Freiburg – Eintracht Frankfurt
Bor. Mönchengladbach – FC Köln
FC Schalke 04 – RB Leipzig
Hamburger SV – FC Augsburg
FSV Mainz 05 – Hannover 96
VfL Wolfsburg – Borussia Dortmund

2. Round
Borussia Dortmund – Hertha BSC
RB Leipzig – SC Freiburg
FC Köln – Hamburger SV
Werder Bremen – Bayern München
Eintracht Frankfurt – VfL Wolfsburg
Bayer Leverkusen – 1899 Hoffenheim
FC Augsburg – Bor. Mönchengladbach
Hannover 96 – FC Schalke 04
VfB Stuttgart – FSV Mainz 05

3. Round
1899 Hoffenheim – Bayern München
Hertha BSC – Werder Bremen
SC Freiburg – Borussia Dortmund
Bor. Mönchengladbach – Eintracht Frankfurt
FC Schalke 04 – VfB Stuttgart
FC Augsburg – 1. FC Köln
Hamburger SV – RB Leipzig
1. FSV Mainz 05 – Bayer Leverkusen
VfL Wolfsburg – Hannover 96

4. Round
Bayern München – 1. FSV Mainz 05
Borussia Dortmund – 1. FC …