Match is typically used in non-team sports here. Tennis, Golf, etc. Game is used otherwise.
And yes, I'm a Baltimoron, so I support both pro teams here. But I don't support DC United.
So disappointed with Barca's performance today; PSG were the better team and should've really buried the game, considering how open it was and the chances they had. Their reliance on Messi in the Champions League at least( they won comfortably during their league match) was very well exposed and the difference could be seen as soon as he got on.
In other news, Poor Juve
As a Juve fan, I'm hugely disappointed and really wanted us to pull off a win and at least make it to the semis... but realistically, drawing Bayern was not in our favour at all. I always said they were our worst match-up and should avoid them until the finals. Oh well, it was a good run, just got to focus on the league now and next season is another chance to prove ourselves. Forza Juve!
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About the CL draw. As expected, we didn't get a pair of derbies; instead, we got two SFs that appear unfavorable for the Spanish clubs, surprisingly. Dortmund already won a two legged tie against Madrid this season (the group stages) and Bayern looks to be a more complete team than Barca.
Why can't I support both teams?
Because I'll be labelled bandwagonist? If so, that's retarded I see nothing wrong with supporting more than one team...unless you support a team and it's rival, then that's just wrong. Liverpool and Juve are in two different leagues so I really see no problem with it
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Arsenal were about to lose to Norwich at the Emirates, but the 4th official gives a bs penalty and Norwich collapsed from there.
No, but seriously, Juve just got outplayed. That 30 sec goal in the first match was such a heavy blow for Juve, since they (and no one else in the world) expected it to happen, not to mention how Juve is a team that relies on defending pretty well hoping to get the lead sometime in the game.
I guess that's what happens when you don't play in CL for so long and then suddenly reach the stage against experienced teams. Next year, my juventino bros, next year. For now, let's cheer on a Bayern - RM finals, where RM takes it all, giving Mourinho a proper goodbye