After Saturday's win against Getafe in which he failed to score, the Argentine has now gone a massive FOUR matches without netting. We're joking, of course. Because if you've actually been watching Messi play recently, you'll know he's still having a match-winning effect almost every week. The captain has ridiculously assisted six of Barca's last seven goals, proving that you don't need to score the goals to be the most important player on the pitch. As well as setting up his teammates, Messi has also been ending careers with his dribbling. Against Getafe, he literally put Mauro Arambarri on his knees, tieing the midfielder in knots before skipping past him.
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If history has its way, Bayern Munich will stick three or four unanswered goals past Barcelona on Friday evening and then go on to complete their second Treble by winning the Champions League just over a week later. When Bayern meet Barcelona's perennial Spanish rivals, Real Madrid , in Europe, it's a kind of continental Clasico , full of enmity, insults, red cards, drama, jealousy, anger and utterly blistering football. That means the Catalan-Bavarian "mini- Clasico " of Europe has been significantly overlooked. It's understandable, I guess, that by the time Barcelona even won the Champions League in its old European Cup guise back in , Madrid and Bayern had already lifted this trophy nine times between them. They'd also crossed swords, kicking, bullying and even stomping on each other across 13 two-legged ties: 26 red-hot matches in all. RM Madrid vs. But the impact of each of those ties has been genuinely seismic, hence the idea that Friday's meeting might be, too. It remains perhaps the worst decision in the history of the Catalan club, and while Bayern weren't the root cause, they were the catalyst. Even when they next met, two years later in the Champions League group stage, the impact was gigantic.
The Barcelona superstar seems to get better season by season, defying the expectations that naturally come with growing older and leaving your 'peak' years. Despite freshly landing in his thirties, Messi still looks better and brighter than ever and doesn't look to be slowing down any time soon. So what is the secret to his football abilities, and how much of it is down to his dietary and workout regime as opposed to raw, innate, natural talent? Goal takes a look at the secrets behind the Argentine's skills, stamina and speed. Messi isn't as fitness-heavy as his former La Liga rival Cristiano Ronaldo , who is known for his rigorous exercising regime. Still, however, he does have to follow some regular workout plan under the supervision of his coaches. According to Pinata , the Argentine's workouts revolve mainly around making sure his body is up to speed — literally. In order to build his speed, his workout is divided into different sections which contain several exercises. In terms of basic movement, he practises the pillar bridge-front, lunges, hamstring stretches, and pillar skips.