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Playin Soccer: HIGHLIGHTS | UE Cornellà 0-2 Barça | Copa del Rey

Awesome Tip: HIGHLIGHTS | UE Cornellà 0-2 Barça | Copa del Rey



Enjoy the highlights of Barça’s two goal victory in the Copa del Rey against fellow Catalan side UE Cornellà to reach the last sixteen of the Copa del Rey.

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Comments

  1. Reply

    Why lenglet is still playing? This season he didn't played well not even in single match.on bonus to that he cost us many games

  2. Reply

    2.35 the way lenglet got dribble past from a player you'll never know about is just ridiculous

  3. Reply

    Barcelona Sign The goalie into the team…

  4. Reply

    You’re on trending! Yay!

  5. Reply

    Present barca is a pile of shit

  6. Reply

    I just read from an opinion column in my sports paper that they overlooked a double yellow card for Agus Medina without sending him off. Can anyone corroborate? He was first booked around the 6-7th minute first half, then he was booked again in ET around 95:50, but they didn't send him off and he kept on playing. If this is true, Barca is constantly getting screwed over by the officials.

  7. Reply

    For the second penalty you cut off the clip before the incident happened. That's a mess up

  8. Reply

    its now ueseless barca

  9. Reply

    For Ronaldkoeman and all Barcelona players … to be able to quickly win and score lots of goals, must involve all players when attacking, and have to create a lot of opportunities in the opponent's penalty box, and try to maximize them for goals

  10. Reply

    Nice!

  11. Reply

    can we sign cornellas goalkeeper lol

  12. Reply

    It all looks so nice!!

  13. Reply

    That was some FIFA 17 Handicap right there the type that even when you score the GK touches the ball and where you would rather pass the ball to secure the win rather than take on the keeper

  14. Reply

    what an incredible performance from the keeper

  15. Reply

    Bravo FC Barcelona

  16. Reply

    Bring him to Barca pls

  17. Reply

    For Ronald koemen and all barcelona players … to be able to win the spanish League this season. You have to think and instill in your heart, really want to win, have to play perfectly, are very aggressive in every line ,, focus and high concentration in the match want to win. and not conceded, played calmly and was patient in possession of the ball. created lots of chances to score goals. very pressing, lots of running to quickly get the ball from the opponent. good defending and sharp finishing

  18. Reply

    That was great!

  19. Reply

    Dembrle is left footer

  20. Reply

    Se mira aún más real como en las canchas del barrio sin público

  21. Reply

    DEJEN DE FICHAR A CUALQUIER PERSONA

  22. Reply

    International Response

    Ever since the news of forced organ harvesting broke in 2006, non-governmental organizations, governments, pharmaceutical companies, and the international medical community have taken notice and implemented actions to address the issue.

    The 2018 Congressional Executive Commission on China (CECC) annual report expressed concerns over reports that “numerous organ transplants in China have used the organs of detained prisoners, including Falun Gong practitioners.”

    The US House of Representatives passed House Resolution 343 (H. Res.343) by unanimous consent in June 2016. The resolution expresses concerns over China’s organ procurement from non-consenting prisoners of conscience, including from “large numbers of Falun Gong practitioners and members of other religious and ethnic minority groups.”

    The legislation notes that the Chinese government continues to “deny reports that many organs are taken without the consent of prisoners, yet, at the same time, it prevents independent verification of its transplant system” and denies that “the organ transplantation system in China does not comply with the World Health Organization’s requirement of transparency and traceability when it comes to organ procurement pathways.” Among its recommendations, H. Res. 343 requests that the House of Representatives encourage the United States medical community to help raise awareness of unethical organ transplant practices in China.

    The European Parliament passed a resolution in December 2013 to condemn and call for an end to forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China, the large majority of whom are Falun Gong practitioners.

    At the 23rd International Congress of the Transplantation Society in Vancouver, Canada, attendees expressed grave concerns concerning forced organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners. Amnesty International called for pharmaceutical companies to stop their clinical testing of organ anti-rejection drugs in China. The global drug company Novartis announced, according to a newspaper report published August 15, 2010 , that it was adopting such a moratorium and would work to unite all pharmaceutical companies on the issue.

    During the European Organ Donation Congress in Cardiff, Wales, in September 2010, the issue of killing Falun Gong practitioners on demand for their organs also gained attention. Ever since then, the Congress has stopped inviting Chinese surgeons.

    Ann, a Chinese immigrant in the State of Pennsylvania, encountered newly developed questions during her interview for a Green Card: “Have you joined the Chinese Communist Party? Have you participated in persecuting Falun Gong practitioners?” This was the first reported case of American immigration officials inquiring about certain issues directly to a Chinese immigrant.

    The U.S. Department of State updated its non-immigrant visa application form in June 2011. Six new questions were added to the Security and Background section of Form DS-160. One of them was: “Have you ever been directly involved in the coercive transplantation of human organs or bodily tissue?”

  23. Reply

    Un asco la contratación de Pjanic, y Braithwite no le agradece no poco a Pedro.

  24. Reply

    The goalie is going places…..

  25. Reply

    We need players like pedri

  26. Reply

    Que Barcelona mas mierda, afuera koaman

  27. Reply

    Putin qu'elle gardien incroyable faut le recruté lui

  28. Reply

    andaikan lord kontolero yg ambil penalti.. wkwkwkwk

    • Rndy
    • January 31, 2021
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    I thought they are playing in futsal pitch that time

  29. Reply

    Recruit goalkeeper..amazing respons

  30. Reply

    Porterazooo del Cornella!!!!

  31. Reply

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