The UEFA Champions League: Arsenal and Barcelona in history


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February 23, 2016


1999 Group stage

Barcelona 1 Arsenal 1

Arsenal 2 Barcelona 4


2006 Final

Barcelona 2 Arsenal 1


2010 Quarter final

Arsenal 2 Barcelona 2

Barcelona 4 Arsenal 1

(Barcelona won 6-3 0n aggregate)


2011 Last 16

Arsenal 2 Barcelona 1

Barcelona 3 Arsenal 1

(Barcelona won 4-3 0n aggregate)


With the foregoing, how do you think the match today will pan out?


Editorial use only. No merchandising. For Football images FA and Premier League restrictions apply inc. no internet/mobile usage without FAPL license - for details contact Football Dataco  Mandatory Credit: Photo by Javier Garcia/BPI/REX Shutterstock (5111926q)  Diego Costa of Chelsea grapples with Gabriel Paulista of Arsenal and Laurent Koscielny of Arsenal eventually leading to a sending off for Gabriel Paulista during the Barclays Premier League match between Chelsea and Arsenal played at Stamford Bridge, London on September 19th 2015  Barclays Premier League 2015/16 Chelsea v Arsenal Stamford Bridge, Fulham Rd, London, United Kingdom - 19 Sep 2015

September 21, 2015

It was an amazing weekend. Full of breath taking moments and a few excitements here and there. Hey, we have been able to capture various brilliant moments from the weekend. What was your most exciting moment among these:

1. West Ham handing the league leaders their first defeat in their backyard

2. Ronaldo failing to see the net the entire weekend

3. Messi missing from the spot

4. The manner in which Arsenal lost to chelsea and their two red cards

5. Odion Ighalo’s brace against Newcastle

6. Anthony Martial’s brace

7. Kevin Debryne’s debut performance



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This amazing weekend, It’s a great time to relax.

Both managers Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger, have been at each other’s throats for a long time now. With the Gunners’ boss, Arsene Wenger coming into the match this weekend on the back of a champions league defeat and the self-acclaimed Special one coming into the premier league encounter on the back of a champions league triumph, there is so much to be desired.  The sharp contrast of course lies in the fact the fate that has befallen Mourinho leaves him on the brink of yet another likely defeat. This is going to leave you at the edge of your seat.

However, a Spa could just be a much desired place for you rather than the large TV screen or the excitement football brings. You might just want to treat yourself to a wonderful massage and a beautiful body care, taking into cognisance, the beautiful water bath and the nice pedicures and manicures you would want for the week that lies ahead. After all, you have worked throughout the week and you deserve it. The massage will do much for a tired body, don’t you think?

So, if this football match and this amazing treat were to be slated for the same time, which of them would you rather go for? #TGIF