Even though he is really young, Sergei Parshivlyuk is facing one of the most difficult challenges in his career so far. The FC Spartak Moskva's defender will miss the rest of the Champions League first stage, due to a knee injury.
The problem was evident after the game that his club played against FC Sibir Novosibirsk. The medical test confirmed that he will have to go under surgery and miss the rest of the season.
As we know, the 21-year-old footballer recently made his debut with the Russian national team.
Monday, October 25, 2010
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
This Real Madrid goes high speed and their huge talent was too much for a disappointing AC Milan team. The game at the Santiago Bernabeu finished 2-0.
Cristiano Ronaldo netted the opener with a nice free-kick shoot that passed between to men in the barrier. The second goal was scored by Özil after an unlicky move of Bonera. And all of this only in the first ten minutes of the game.
AC Milan tried hard to equalize the score but Ronaldinho, Ibrahimovic and Gattuso didn't have a good night. Very few attacks of the Italian team finished with a clear shoot to Casillas' goal.
Now Mourinho's side are leaders of Group G. And the Portuguese coach was elated with the performance of his team: "It's been a fantastic game. I hope that our supporters had just the same feeling" Mourinho expressed.
Monday, October 18, 2010
Real Madrid captain Iker Casillas said that the prime time of AC Milan's Ronaldinho was four years ago, when he was part of Barcelona. "He is not the same anymore" the goalkeeper said about the Brazilian striker.
AC Milan will battle Real Madrid tomorrow in the Champions League, and the field will be full of old buddies and rivals. As for Casillas, his last encounters with Italian clubs left no good memories for him.
As for Mourinho, the coach said that it's "just another game" and either if they win or lose, life will go on. "It's the most important match against a really strong and experienced team, but our young team is just as good and they keep improving in every game."