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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Mesut on facebook: I don’t party.

Zu den Behauptungen, ich würde nächtliche Ausflüge unternehmen: Das stimmt nicht. Seit die Saison läuft, war ich so gut wie gar nicht weg. Ich trainiere und arbeite wie ein Profi.

En cuanto al rumor que salgo con frequencia por las noches: No es verdad! Desde la temporada de futbol empezó he salido casi nunca.
Me entreno y trabajo profesionalmente.

The rumour that I often spend the night at partys outside is not true! Since the soccer season started I have almost never been out for partys. I’m training and working very professionally.

Hakkimda asilsiz haberler cikmaktadir. Benim gece hayatina takilma gibi dogru olmayan asilsiz haberler yayinlaniyor. Bunlar kesinlikle dogru degildir. Bu sezon basladi basliyali hic cikmisligim yok. Profesyönelce antremanlarima cikiyor ve maclara konsantre oluyorum.

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Germany edges Austria thanks to goals from Reus and Özil

Germany edged a combative Austria 2-1 to confirm their top spot in Group C after Tuesday’s 2014 World Cup qualifier in Vienna. After a 3-0 victory against the Faroe Islands in Friday’s first qualifier, Germany secured another three points thanks to goals in either half from Marco Reus and Mesut Özil to stay top of Group C with six points, ahead of Ireland.

Werder Bremen midfielder Zlatko Junuzovic saved Austrian honour with a 57th-minute goal in their first World Cup qualifier on front of 47,000-spectators in the sold-out Ernst Happel Stadium. Austria had gotten off to a strong start, with a first chance after just three minutes, but Bayern Munich defender Holger Badstuber got between VfB Stuttgart’s Martin Harnik and goal.

Reus breaks the tie

Although the Germans tried to fight back, their opponents had the best chances of the half, with Harnik and veteran international Andreas Ivanschitz shooting just wide of the net on several occasions. Borussia Dortmund’s Reus finally broke the deadlock a minute before half-time, slotting in a pass from Miroslav Klose past Austrian goalkeeper Robert Almer.

But back after the break the Germans took the upper hand before Austria’s Veli Kavlak brought down Thomas Müller. Dutch referee Bjoern Kuipers ordered a penalty, which Real Madrid’s Oezil expertly converted to bring the score 2-0 after 52 minutes. The Austrians’ early fighting spirit reappeared however as Werder Bremen midfielder Zlatko Junuzovic hit the back of the net five minutes later.

A mistake by German skipper Philipp Lahm almost allowed Julian Burgstaller to equalise with 20 minutes left, but further pressing by the Austrians failed to alter the scoreline, despite a couple of good chances for Marko Arnautovic. The encounter had been built up on the Austrian side as their best chance in years to beat traditional rivals Germany, with confidence at a high following several international victories, and players benefitting from experience playing abroad.

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Pictures from win against Granada

I’ve added pictures from the win against Granada.

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Pictures from 2 leg of Super cup

I’ve added pictures from the 2 leg of the super cup against Barcelona. First throphy this season!

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Pictures from the loss against Getafe

I’ve added pictures from training with the national team.

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Pictures from season opening draw against Valencia

I’ve added pictures from training with the national team.

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You don’t win titles at the start of the season, says Özil

The Germany international has stressed that there is still a lot of football to be played this term, and remains unfazed by the arrival of Luka Modric

The reigning Liga champions were held to a 1-1 draw by Valencia on matchday 1, while they were beaten 2-1 by Getafe at the weekend.

“It is clear that Real Madrid are aiming high and always want the best. However, you do not win titles at the start of the season,” stated Özil to Bild.

“We have not found our best form yet as a team, but nothing is lost just yet. We have to make sure we get back on track as soon as possible now.

“We have had a bit of bad luck. We don’t score enough goals. These things happen in football, though.”

The attacking midfielder then went on to discuss the arrival of Luka Modric, and stressed that he is not worried about losing his place in Jose Mourinho’s starting XI.

“There is always a lot of competition when you play for a team like Real Madrid. We do not have just 11 players, but Madrid always have about 18 great players.

“You simply get used to that. It is not about Özil, Modric or Kaka. The team is all that matters.”

Madrid will be looking to return to winning ways in the return leg of the Spanish Supercopa tie against Barcelona on Wednesday at the Bernabeu, with the Catalans holding a 3-2 advantage from the first encounter.

Credit: here.

Barcelona 3 Real Madrid 2: Xavi and Messi rule as Vilanova’s men earn slim advantage .

Barcelona came from behind to take a slender lead from the first leg of the Spanish Supercopa at the Nou Camp.

Cristiano Ronaldo headed Real into the lead against the run of play 10 minutes into the second half from Mesut Özil’s corner, but Barcelona responded as Pedro showed great poise to slot home a minute later.

The action then raced from end to end and it was the hosts who forged ahead 20 minutes from time when Lionel Messi scored from the penalty spot after Sergio Ramos had brought down Andres Iniesta.

Then a terrific jinking run from Iniesta freed Xavi to stroke home Barcelona’s third goal seven minutes later.

However, the visitors were gifted a way back into the tie five minutes from time when Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes tried to dribble around Angel Di Maria and only succeeded in gifting the Argentinian an open goal.

Barcelona were deserving of the victory but may rue not taking full advantage after dominating for large spells against a Real side who failed to find the cohesion that had seen them go unbeaten in three of their last four trips to the Nou Camp.

Messi had the first real chance of the game when a typically sharp Barcelona passing exchange freed Dani Alves down the right and his cut-back found the Argentinian on the edge of the penalty area, but his left-footed drive flew just off target.

The world player of the year then had an even better opportunity from similar range as he skipped past Alvaro Arbeloa but this time pulled his shot wide of the other upright.

Real were struggling to manage any prolonged possession and were relieved to see referee Carlos Clos Gomez wave away appeals for a penalty when Alexis Sanchez tumbled in the box under pressure from Ramos.

However, for all their dominance Barcelona only had another two long-range efforts on goal as Pedro’s drive was tipped over by Iker Casillas before Xavi shot just over from similar range.

And it was the visitors who took the lead 10 minutes into the second period as Ozil’s corner was bulleted in by Ronaldo for his fourth goal in his last four away games against Barcelona.

The lead lasted less than a minute as a wonderful ball over the top from Javier Mascherano found Pedro in behind Fabio Coentrao and the Spanish international slotted past Casillas.

The game then became increasingly stretched as both sides tired slightly from playing in the still searing heat, despite the late kick-off time, and the visitors’ luck with Gomez eventually ran out as Iniesta was brought down inside the area by Ramos and Messi stepped up to thunder home the penalty.

Moments later Iniesta showed incredible speed of foot to dance past three Real challenges and slip a pass through for Xavi to sidefoot past Casillas.

Messi then had a great chance to all but seal the trophy but he was denied from point-blank range by Casillas, and within seconds the complexion of the tie had completely changed as Valdes’ error allowed Di Maria to give Madrid a lifeline heading into the return at the Bernabeu next Wednesday.

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Pictures from DFB Pressconference with National team

I’ve added pictures from the DFB pressconference with the national team september 2012

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Pictures from training with National Team.

I’ve added pictures from training with the national team.

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