Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Barcelona labelled '10 players and an alien' by Sevilla president Jose Castro after Lionel Messi gives masterclass in Super Cup win

Lionel Messi struck twice as Barcelona beat Sevilla in the UEFA Super Cup
Barcelona hero also set up Pedro's winner in 5-4 extra-time triumph Then Sevilla president Jose Castro called brilliant Messi an 'extra-terrestrial'  
Club chief was proud of how his side fought back from three goals down
Sevilla president Jose Castro hailed Lionel Messi as an 'extra-terrestrial' after the Barcelona forward's latest star showing in Tuesday night's UEFA Super Cup triumph.
Messi struck twice from two free-kicks in the space of eight minutes before setting up Pedro's extra-time winner as Barca ran out 5-4 winners in the Tblisi thriller.
And having watched the Argentine superstar's world-class showing to dismantle his valiant losers, Castro hailed his team but admitted that Messi offered something out of this world.

Sevilla president Jose Castro hailed Lionel Messi as an 'extra-terrestrial' after his Super Cup-winning showing

Messi and his Barcelona team-mates pose with the UEFA Super Cup after their 5-4 victory over Sevilla

Sevilla president Castro hailed his team for their efforts before they ultimately lost out to an 'extra-terrestrial'

Barcelona celebrate Super Cup win on plane home

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'I'm very proud of my players and my team. As the (club) hymn says, this team never gives up,' Castro said.
'We had chances even at 5-4. Barcelona are a very powerful team, with 10 players and an extra-terrestrial in Messi.
'I think Sevilla have shown to all of European football what we have, that we weren't here by chance and we fought until the end

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