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Messi Was ‘Sick’ After Barca Confirmed Exit, Aguero Reveals



Sergio Aguero has revealed that Lionel Messi was “sick” after his departure from Barcelona was confirmed.

The ex-Manchester City striker has long been good friends with Messi, with the two being past roommates when playing internationally.

Aguero joined Barca with the expectation he would be lining up alongside the 34-year-old.

But after a shock emotional exit, Messi ended up at Paris Saint-Germain.

Ahead of his debut for Barcelona, Aguero has opened up in an interview about Messi’s private reaction when he discovered his time at the Nou Camp had been cut short.

Talking to El Pais, Aguero said: “It was a moment of shock. He was very sick. When I found out I couldn’t believe it.

“That Saturday I went to see him at his house. And, because of my personality, since I didn’t see him well, I tried making him forget what had happened.

“I could see that he was half off and I was trying to distract him. I was telling him about my Esports team. And the things we were doing.”

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Arsenal, Chelsea Qualify For Quarter-Final Of Carabao Cup



Arsenal and Chelsea are through to the quarter-final of this year’s Carabao Cup.

The Gunners defeated Leeds United 2-0 in what was a straightforward affair at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday night.

Two second-half goals from Callum Chambers, who scored with his first touch off the bench and Eddie Nketiah, sent Mikel Arteta’s men through.

Chelsea needed penalties to see off Southampton, after their tie ended 1-1 after 90 minutes.

Kai Havertz opened the scoring for the Blues, but Che Adams equalized immediately after the break.

Kepa Arizabalag was the hero again for the Stamford Bridge side, as they won 4-3 on penalties.

Sunderland are also through, after they won a shoot-out against Queens Park Rangers.

The draw for the Carabao Cup quarter-final will take place on Saturday, October 30.

It will be conducted live during Soccer AM with hosts Jimmy Bullard and John Fendley in charge.

No exact time has been set for draw proceedings, but it will happen during the show’s broadcast between 10:30am – 12pm BST.

Arsenal, Chelsea and Sunderland have already booked their spots in the last eight.

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Nadal Tips Benzema To Win Ballon d’ Or



Tennis superstar, Rafael Nadal, has snubbed Paris Saint-Germain’s Lionel Messi, Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo and named Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema as the player who should win the 2021 Ballon d’ Or.

Nadal expressed his support for Benzema to win the Ballon d’ Or this year, hailing his commitment to the game.

Benzema was among the Ballon d’ Or 30-man nominees shortlisted recently.

The France international will battle Messi, Ronaldo, Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski, Chelsea’s Jorginho and among others for the Ballon d’ Or this year.

The winner for this year’s Ballon d’ Or will be announced on November 29.

“My admiration as a player, the commitment to sports and professionalism at his age,” Nadal wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.

“Good luck, and my support for the 2021 Ballon d’Or goes to Benzema.”

Benzema is the top scorer in La Liga so far this season after scoring nine goals in Real Madrid’s first nine games.

The 33-year-old has also scored two goals for Real Madrid in the Champions League this campaign.

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I Considered Signing Maguire For Man Utd When I Was Manager, Says Moyes



West Ham boss David Moyes admits he considered signing Harry Maguire when in charge of Manchester United for the 2013/14 season.

Sir Alex Ferguson told his Scottish compatriot that the England international would become a world-beater and he should snap him up.

The former Toffees boss then told his scouting team to keep tabs on him, but United ultimately decided against bringing him to Old Trafford.

However, Moyes later changed his mind on the defender – because he was “too big”.

Moyes revealed to talkSPORT: “We didn’t try to sign him [when at Man United] but we flagged him up at that time.

“I was very aware of the players in the lower leagues and had a made good career out of bringing them to Everton – whether that be Tim Cahill or all the ones we did through the years.

“Harry Maguire was another one I recognised. He played against Preston North End at home in a league game and I watched him and thought he played really well, but at that time he was really big.

“You thought, ‘My goodness, how big is Harry going to be,’ because he was a relatively young boy at that time.

“To be fair he looks in terrific shape and he hasn’t changed at all really.”

Maguire joined Hull in 2014 for an initial fee worth £2.5m, before he moved to Leicester in 2017 in a deal rising to £17m, two years before his record-breaking United transfer.

Moyes added: “When I went to United, we had [Nemanja] Vidic, Rio [Ferdinand], Jonny Evans, Michael Keane, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling.

“So for us to go and buy another young centre-half wasn’t the biggest thing we needed at the time.

“And Harry Maguire has had to go on his journey. Sometimes the players need the journey to get to where they have to go. He might have struggled then.”

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