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Ter Stegen got down well to his right and just stopped the kick going under his body. Marc-Andre Ter Stegen saved Lucas Ocampos’ second-half penalty to keep his side in the tie Barcelona were still alive and needing one goal to take the semi-final to extra-time. Koeman put on 18-year-old Ilaix Moriba and now had a midfield three of an 18, 20, and 21-year-old. In those last desperate minutes Ocampos appeared to save a Messi shot falling on the ball with the use of an arm in the area – but the appeals were waved away. That was surely their last chance but everything changed at the start of injury time. Fernando was sent off for pulling back substitute Francisco Trincao on the edge of the area and although Messi couldn’t convert the free-kick, Pique was now at permanent auxiliary center-forward and when Griezmann nodded the ball across the six-yard box to him, he headed past Tomas Vaclik. Barca celebrates their third goal of the night as they found a way to reach the Spanish Cup final Cue bedlam. Then, Braithwaite launched himself at  I’m ammosexual It wasn’t a choice I was born this way I love guns shirt, hoodie Barcelona’s first chance of the extra time and they were in front for the first time in the tie. Sevilla was furious that a possible Clement Lenglet handball in the area in extra-time was waved away before goal hero Pique hobbled off with an injury to the same right knee that he chose not to operate on earlier in the season. He hobbled back onto the pitch for the last few minutes. Barcelona has been hobbling as a club for most of the season but after this epic display, they are in the Copa del Rey final, where they will face either Athletic Bilbao or Levante. Their three presidential candidates – sat one seat apart from each other – were left smiling in the stand and, grimacing through his knee injury, so was Pique. The relief at the end was palpable for manager Koeman as he hugged Pique at full-time

BARCELONA cannot afford to keep Lionel Messi without selling players due to the LaLiga salary cap, according to a Spanish football expert. The 33-year-old’s contract is up at the end of the season as he is linked with a move away to Paris Saint-Germain or Manchester City. Barcelona reportedly cannot afford to keep Lionel Messi – unless they sell other players 1 Barcelona reportedly cannot afford to keep Lionel Messi – unless they sell other players credit: AFP OR LICENSORS And according to Pete Jenson, Messi’s wages would need to be significantly cut if he was to stay with Barcelona because of salary restrictions. Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: “There’s a £35million reduction in the salary limit that’s imposed by the league. They actually broke the salary limit last season and sort of got away with it because of the coronavirus. “Their current salary wage bill is about £390m so they need to bring that down to about £347m. I think they don’t need to be told to do that by the league, I think they’re aware. “We know the debt they’re in. They have to find around 260 million euros by the end of June. “Well, they’re not going to find that by the end of June so whoever wins the election is going to have to sit down with the banks and the financial institutions they owe money to and re-negotiate those debts. “And obviously Lionel Messi, if he’s going to stay at the club he needs a new contract. It’s not going to be anywhere near the same levels of the contract he was given in 2017.  I’m ammosexual It wasn’t a choice  “And they’re going to try and sell players but it’s not going to be easy. They tried to sell players last summer and it wasn’t possible.”  I’m homosexual It wasn’t a choice I was born this way I love guns shirts, hoodies FREE BETS: GET OVER £2,000 IN SIGN UP OFFERS HERE Neymar and Angel Di Maria are among those at PSG who have been trying to persuade Messi to join the French champions. Meanwhile, Man City boss Pep Guardiola has stated that he wants Messi to finish his career at Barcelona. The Argentinian is the top scorer in LaLiga so far this season with 19, three ahead of former teammate Luis Suarez.

Barcelona are currently five points off Atletico Madrid at the top of the table. Man City slash Lionel Messi contract offer by £170m to £430m as they look to land Barcelona superstar on free transfer Lionel Messi Will Leave Barcelona Unless I Win Presidency, Says Joan Laporta Joan Monfort/Associated Press Barcelona presidential candidate Joan Laporta said during a debate Tuesday he’s the only candidate who can keep Lionel Messi at the Spanish club if elected Sunday. “I am sure that if someone else wins the election [other than me], Messi won’t stay at the club,” Laporta said. “I have a good relationship with him; there’s a lot of respect. We’ll make him an offer based on the club’s situation. Maybe we can’t compete financially, but Messi is not ruled by money. He wants to end his career at the highest level possible.” ESPN’s Sam Marsden and Moises Llorens noted both rival candidates, Victor Font or Toni Freixa, disagreed with that statement, saying they’d also do everything in their power to keep Messi, who can leave on a free transfer when his contract runs out in June. Laporta, who previously held the role of Barca president from June 2003 through June 2010, argued he formed a bond with Messi the other candidates can’t match. The 33-year-old Argentine superstar, who’s played his entire senior career with Barcelona after arriving at the club’s famed La Masia youth academy in 2000, hasn’t endorsed a candidate in the race.

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