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Anyone watching El Derbi?

Old Nov 29th 2009, 3:27 pm
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Unfortunately I've got to go out in the cold British rain in the hope of finding a single pub that will show` this (and then trying to make one expensive drink last 90 minutes or so). Despite living in a University city it's very rare to find somewhere that shows La Liga, but maybe the attraction of Cron, Messi, Iniesta and Alonso will prevail...
Barca have to be favourite as they're playing at home, but if Cron's on form, who knows? There again, he's always been on the losing side against the Catalans, so another edge for Barca.
Wonder if I'm the only one on the board who'll be cheering on Real?
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It's a canal+ game here so if I want to see it I'll also have to go out, and also in the rain, if that's any consolation.
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Originally Posted by rachelk
It's a canal+ game here so if I want to see it I'll also have to go out, and also in the rain, if that's any consolation.
The trouble here is there's normally a big gap between pubs. There are 2 places with Sky nearby that may show this game. If not I've got at least half a mile to the next establishment, and if that isn't showing it, another mile's walk. The upside I suppose is that I'll definitely get some space; I imagine most bars showing this in Spain will be packed to the rafters.
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My neighbour opposite has a big screen TV and if he leaves his curtains open....

I won't be going out. there's the radio, there's livescore and there might even be a korean stream.
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It's on here, Barca just scored.
http://www.fromsport.com/video-124649.html
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Final score Barca 1 Real 0. Funny thing about this game is that Real played better in the first half - should have scored a couple of times. Puyol especially was immense, but the whole Barca defence played well. In the 2nd half Barca were down to 10 men but played better. Ronaldo had played ok, but was pulled off after 60 minutes, presumably because he was not match fit.
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Originally Posted by steviedeluxe
Final score Barca 1 Real 0. Funny thing about this game is that Real played better in the first half - should have scored a couple of times. Puyol especially was immense, but the whole Barca defence played well. In the 2nd half Barca were down to 10 men but played better. Ronaldo had played ok, but was pulled off after 60 minutes, presumably because he was not match fit.
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A fair summing up Stevie,...Puyol saved Barca's bacon on a few occasions.
Surprisingly they rarely threatened, apart from Zlatan's moment of magic.
Real seem to have upped the pace and found an extra yard since last season whereas Barca seem to have lost their edge.

Watched it on Sky,...the first half live on interactive, the second on normal Sports one which was said to be live,...but appeared to me to have a five minute time lag.
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Default Re: Anyone watching El Derbi?

Originally Posted by agoreira
It's on here, Barca just scored.
http://www.fromsport.com/video-124649.html
Originally Posted by steviedeluxe
Final score Barca 1 Real 0. Funny thing about this game is that Real played better in the first half - should have scored a couple of times. Puyol especially was immense, but the whole Barca defence played well. In the 2nd half Barca were down to 10 men but played better. Ronaldo had played ok, but was pulled off after 60 minutes, presumably because he was not match fit.
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Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly
A fair summing up Stevie,...Puyol saved Barca's bacon on a few occasions.
Surprisingly they rarely threatened, apart from Zlatan's moment of magic.
Real seem to have upped the pace and found an extra yard since last season whereas Barca seem to have lost their edge.

Watched it on Sky,...the first half live on interactive, the second on normal Sports one which was said to be live,...but appeared to me to have a five minute time lag.
Spoiler:
Put the spoiler on, someone may of recorded it to watch later,
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