Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Share
avatar
La Saeta Rubia

Number of posts : 5244
Age : 37
Supports : Real Madrid
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by La Saeta Rubia on Wed Sep 27, 2006 5:02 pm

The two goals Raul scored yesterday served the captain of Madrid to be the highest-scoring player of the champions league, drawing with the chelsea`s Shevchenko. Raul has scored 53 goals in just over 100 matches, although if the goals scored in the qualifying phase of the Champions League didnt count Raul would have 8 goals more than the 2nd top scorer, Nistelrooy with 45 goals.

1- Raul - Real Madrid - 53 (0)
2- Shevchenko - Chelsea - 53 (10)
3- Van Nistelrooy - Real Madrid - 49 (6)
4- Henry - Arsenal - 42 (0)
5- Del Piero - Juventus - 37 (0)
6- Inzaghi - Milan - 34 (0)

* In brackets goals scored in qualifying phase of the Champions League.
avatar
Jaime

Number of posts : 32027
Age : 38
Supports : Real Madrid CF
Favourite Player : Butrague˝o, Redondo, Ra˙l, Guti, Casillas, Sergio Ramos, Isco, Carvajal
Registration date : 2006-08-08

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Jaime on Wed Sep 27, 2006 5:32 pm

Most memorable goal by Raul in the CL?
avatar
TM

Number of posts : 21218
Age : 26
Supports : PROGRESS!
Favourite Player : Luis Figo
Registration date : 2006-08-16

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by TM on Wed Sep 27, 2006 5:37 pm

RAULLLLLLLLLL!! LEGEND!
avatar
Torrente

Number of posts : 5489
Age : 31
Registration date : 2006-08-16

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Torrente on Wed Sep 27, 2006 5:37 pm

Jaime wrote:Most memorable goal by Raul in the CL?


http://youtube.com/watch?v=8nC66UfFVxM


Edit: He ran nearly the whole field to score that, which is something that added to how amazing it was. There was a better one he score against Man Utd though that I couldn't find. He curled a beauty from 25 yeards in our 3-1 victory against them.


That being said, I think it's ridiculous that the main goal tally news agencies seem to be using is the one that includes CL qualifying games. Most of the time these are played against really crap teams. The "official" CL tally should be the one that doesn't include them.

golsud

Number of posts : 4869
Supports : Barša
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by golsud on Wed Sep 27, 2006 5:50 pm

So what? He still wouldn't make it to the Barša bench. He'd be in the stands with Saviola.
avatar
Jaime

Number of posts : 32027
Age : 38
Supports : Real Madrid CF
Favourite Player : Butrague˝o, Redondo, Ra˙l, Guti, Casillas, Sergio Ramos, Isco, Carvajal
Registration date : 2006-08-08

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Jaime on Wed Sep 27, 2006 5:51 pm

Yes, that is definitely one of the best

Also:

2001-2002 Champions League Group Stage, vs Anderlecht
http://bewarehedard.free.fr/raul/raul_2ndgoal-vs_anderlecht_0102_.wmv

2001-2002 Champions League Semifinal, vs. Barcelona (this one is for cule604!)
http://youtube.com/watch?v=ONQXzJQWDkU




Torrente wrote:
Jaime wrote:Most memorable goal by Raul in the CL?


http://youtube.com/watch?v=8nC66UfFVxM
avatar
La Saeta Rubia

Number of posts : 5244
Age : 37
Supports : Real Madrid
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by La Saeta Rubia on Wed Sep 27, 2006 10:22 pm

cule604 wrote:So what? He still wouldn't make it to the Barša bench. He'd be in the stands with Saviola.

Has Saviola ever scored a goal in the CL ? Laugh

golsud

Number of posts : 4869
Supports : Barša
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by golsud on Thu Sep 28, 2006 7:43 am

It doesn't really matter, he's in the stands for us like Raul would be, having a cerveza (sin alcohol) and a bocadillo of lomo.
avatar
TM

Number of posts : 21218
Age : 26
Supports : PROGRESS!
Favourite Player : Luis Figo
Registration date : 2006-08-16

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by TM on Fri Sep 29, 2006 5:02 pm

Are you sure esp with Eto'o now out, argh some called Karma in this world eh Samuel?
avatar
La Saeta Rubia

Number of posts : 5244
Age : 37
Supports : Real Madrid
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by La Saeta Rubia on Fri Sep 29, 2006 5:36 pm

Luis Aragones gave the Spain list and Raul`s not in it ! Aragones is a plum. Im not sayign Raul should start for Spain, but he should be called up. Just as Raul gets his form back he leaves him out Doh

Aragones caves under the media pressure ... i hope Raul scores this weekend, really fuck him off Whistle

terrypaine

Number of posts : 192
Age : 70
Registration date : 2006-08-21

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by terrypaine on Sun Oct 01, 2006 1:15 am

Target Man wrote:Are you sure esp with Eto'o now out, argh some called Karma in this world eh Samuel?

My name is Target Man,
I rub my cock in glee.
A rival player's hurt himself!
That's quite enough for me.

I am a madridista
They told me it was best
I giggle when I see Eto'o
His ankle has gone west.

Di StÚfano,men like that,
Santillana, too,
Oldtime bastards all of them.
Flushem down the loo.

Cos I'm a madridista,
And every two in three,
We put our hands on our cocks
And rewrite history.

Franco! Franco!

Parks lives

Number of posts : 34521
Age : 36
Favourite Player : The Ginger One
Registration date : 2006-08-06

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Parks lives on Sun Oct 01, 2006 1:20 am

What.....The.....Fuck!
avatar
Barrilete

Number of posts : 2336
Age : 30
Supports : Club AtlÚtico Boca Juniors
Favourite Player : Maxi Lopez, aka, TWD (The White Drogba)
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Barrilete on Sun Oct 01, 2006 1:40 am

Of those 53 goals in champions League in over a 100 matches he has scored a lot of goals against Fenerbace, Rosenborg, Olympiacos, etc and most of them playing at the Bernabeu. How many goals has he scored in KO rounds in away games?, those two against Man Utd, the one agaisnt Monaco and? The guy has scored 3 goals in knock out rounds games playing away in 10 years! I'm not saying he's crap but he isn't as great as you ppl want him to be.
avatar
toon h

Number of posts : 8715
Age : 43
Supports : FC Barcelona
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by toon h on Sun Oct 01, 2006 7:22 am

I suppose that last point also goes for RVN.
avatar
DS

Number of posts : 12952
Age : 32
Supports : Manchester United , Bayern Munich
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by DS on Sun Oct 01, 2006 9:28 am

I think RVN will overtake them him.
avatar
Torrente

Number of posts : 5489
Age : 31
Registration date : 2006-08-16

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Torrente on Mon Oct 02, 2006 7:33 am

Barrilete_Cosmico wrote:Of those 53 goals in champions League in over a 100 matches he has scored a lot of goals against Fenerbace, Rosenborg, Olympiacos, etc and most of them playing at the Bernabeu. How many goals has he scored in KO rounds in away games?, those two against Man Utd, the one agaisnt Monaco and? The guy has scored 3 goals in knock out rounds games playing away in 10 years! I'm not saying he's crap but he isn't as great as you ppl want him to be.


You should keep your mouth shut about things you know nothing about. Raul has scored a lot more goals in the knockout rounds than either Schevchenko or RVN. It hasn't only been those three.

Raul has scored in TWO different CL finals. He scored a cracker against Barca in the semifinals. He has scored FOUR goals against ManU in knockout rounds. The second time Raul had a goalfest against ManU, even Ferguson had no restraints in talking about how amazing Raul was and how he was by far, Madrid's best player.

And these are just some of the goals he scored in important games off the top of my head. He's scored a lot more than that in knockout rounds.

Feel free to list Schevchenko's and RVN's important goals in knockout rounds, and you'll see that they don't even compare. In the CL, Raul has scored consistently at home and away from home, and he has always scored in knockout rounds, including finals.

And you mention a few bad teams Raul has scored against in group stages, but what about all those easy groups ManU always got in the CL that RVN profited from? Last year was the first time ManU had a tough group in a long time. Regarding Schevchenko, Milan's groups have been no tougher than Madrid's throughout the years, so your argument doesn't apply there either.
avatar
Jaime

Number of posts : 32027
Age : 38
Supports : Real Madrid CF
Favourite Player : Butrague˝o, Redondo, Ra˙l, Guti, Casillas, Sergio Ramos, Isco, Carvajal
Registration date : 2006-08-08

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Jaime on Mon Oct 02, 2006 6:35 pm

He also scored several important goals in the old second group stage. I remember a goal he scored away against Rosenborg (crap team but on a frozen pitch and in the snow) in 1999-2000. Or the big goals he scored against Dortmund and Milan in the 2002-03 CL second group stage.
avatar
Barrilete

Number of posts : 2336
Age : 30
Supports : Club AtlÚtico Boca Juniors
Favourite Player : Maxi Lopez, aka, TWD (The White Drogba)
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Barrilete on Mon Oct 02, 2006 7:35 pm

I never mentioned either RVN or Sheva for a start. And my point wasn't that he had scored no goals at all but how he mostly scored when playing at home and when doing so away most(not all) of his goals where done against lesser teams and/or at earlier stages

Raul Statistics in CL

53 goals

37 goals playing at bernabeu

16 goals playing away(including both his goals in CL final)

His goals playing away, the team against he scored and the stage of CL the game was:

01/11/1995 Ferencvaros-RM Goals 1 First Round

06/12/1995 Grasshoppers-RM Goals 1 First Round

01/101997 FC Porto-RM Goals 1 First Round

30/09/1998 Spartak Moscow-RM Goals 1 First Round

15/09/1999 Olympiakos-RM Goals 1 First Round

24/11/1999 D.Kiev-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)

22/03/2000 Rosenborg-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)


19/04/2000 Man.United-RM Goals 2 1/4 finals

24/05/2000 RM-Valencia Goals 1 Final

22/11/2000 Leeds United-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)


21/02/2001 Lazio-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)

15/05/2002 RM-B.Leverkussen Goals 1 Final

17/09/2002 AS Roma-RM Goals 1 First Round

06/04/2004 Monaco-RM Goals 1 1/4 finals

3/11/2004 D.Kiev-RM Goals 1 First Round
avatar
The Pr÷fess÷r

Number of posts : 10076
Age : 67
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by The Pr÷fess÷r on Mon Oct 02, 2006 7:58 pm

Barrilete_Cosmico wrote:I never mentioned either RVN or Sheva for a start. And my point wasn't that he had scored no goals at all but how he mostly scored when playing at home and when doing so away most(not all) of his goals where done against lesser teams and/or at earlier stages

Raul Statistics in CL

53 goals

37 goals playing at bernabeu

16 goals playing away(including both his goals in CL final)

His goals playing away, the team against he scored and the stage of CL the game was:

01/11/1995 Ferencvaros-RM Goals 1 First Round

06/12/1995 Grasshoppers-RM Goals 1 First Round

01/101997 FC Porto-RM Goals 1 First Round

30/09/1998 Spartak Moscow-RM Goals 1 First Round

15/09/1999 Olympiakos-RM Goals 1 First Round

24/11/1999 D.Kiev-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)

22/03/2000 Rosenborg-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)


19/04/2000 Man.United-RM Goals 2 1/4 finals

24/05/2000 RM-Valencia Goals 1 Final

22/11/2000 Leeds United-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)


21/02/2001 Lazio-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)

15/05/2002 RM-B.Leverkussen Goals 1 Final

17/09/2002 AS Roma-RM Goals 1 First Round

06/04/2004 Monaco-RM Goals 1 1/4 finals

3/11/2004 D.Kiev-RM Goals 1 First Round

how reliable are your stats?

have u got any links to where u got those stats from?

Forza It
Guest

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Forza It on Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:02 pm

La Saeta Rubia wrote:
cule604 wrote:So what? He still wouldn't make it to the Barša bench. He'd be in the stands with Saviola.

Has Saviola ever scored a goal in the CL ? Laugh

Actually I think he has...against Inter a few seasons back. I think Barca won 3-0.
avatar
Jaime

Number of posts : 32027
Age : 38
Supports : Real Madrid CF
Favourite Player : Butrague˝o, Redondo, Ra˙l, Guti, Casillas, Sergio Ramos, Isco, Carvajal
Registration date : 2006-08-08

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Jaime on Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:28 pm

But this is a silly analysis...there will always be more goals from the first round because there are more first round matches played in any give years.

Barrilete_Cosmico wrote:I never mentioned either RVN or Sheva for a start. And my point wasn't that he had scored no goals at all but how he mostly scored when playing at home and when doing so away most(not all) of his goals where done against lesser teams and/or at earlier stages

Raul Statistics in CL

53 goals

37 goals playing at bernabeu

16 goals playing away(including both his goals in CL final)

His goals playing away, the team against he scored and the stage of CL the game was:

01/11/1995 Ferencvaros-RM Goals 1 First Round

06/12/1995 Grasshoppers-RM Goals 1 First Round

01/101997 FC Porto-RM Goals 1 First Round

30/09/1998 Spartak Moscow-RM Goals 1 First Round

15/09/1999 Olympiakos-RM Goals 1 First Round

24/11/1999 D.Kiev-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)

22/03/2000 Rosenborg-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)


19/04/2000 Man.United-RM Goals 2 1/4 finals

24/05/2000 RM-Valencia Goals 1 Final

22/11/2000 Leeds United-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)


21/02/2001 Lazio-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)

15/05/2002 RM-B.Leverkussen Goals 1 Final

17/09/2002 AS Roma-RM Goals 1 First Round

06/04/2004 Monaco-RM Goals 1 1/4 finals

3/11/2004 D.Kiev-RM Goals 1 First Round
avatar
Barrilete

Number of posts : 2336
Age : 30
Supports : Club AtlÚtico Boca Juniors
Favourite Player : Maxi Lopez, aka, TWD (The White Drogba)
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Barrilete on Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:32 pm

Jaime wrote:But this is a silly analysis...there will always be more goals from the first round because there are more first round matches played in any give years.

Barrilete_Cosmico wrote:I never mentioned either RVN or Sheva for a start. And my point wasn't that he had scored no goals at all but how he mostly scored when playing at home and when doing so away most(not all) of his goals where done against lesser teams and/or at earlier stages

Raul Statistics in CL

53 goals

37 goals playing at bernabeu

16 goals playing away(including both his goals in CL final)

His goals playing away, the team against he scored and the stage of CL the game was:

01/11/1995 Ferencvaros-RM Goals 1 First Round

06/12/1995 Grasshoppers-RM Goals 1 First Round

01/101997 FC Porto-RM Goals 1 First Round

30/09/1998 Spartak Moscow-RM Goals 1 First Round

15/09/1999 Olympiakos-RM Goals 1 First Round

24/11/1999 D.Kiev-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)

22/03/2000 Rosenborg-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)


19/04/2000 Man.United-RM Goals 2 1/4 finals

24/05/2000 RM-Valencia Goals 1 Final

22/11/2000 Leeds United-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)


21/02/2001 Lazio-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)

15/05/2002 RM-B.Leverkussen Goals 1 Final

17/09/2002 AS Roma-RM Goals 1 First Round

06/04/2004 Monaco-RM Goals 1 1/4 finals

3/11/2004 D.Kiev-RM Goals 1 First Round

It may be so but it doesn't make my point wrong.
avatar
Barrilete

Number of posts : 2336
Age : 30
Supports : Club AtlÚtico Boca Juniors
Favourite Player : Maxi Lopez, aka, TWD (The White Drogba)
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Barrilete on Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:34 pm

Agooner wrote:
Barrilete_Cosmico wrote:I never mentioned either RVN or Sheva for a start. And my point wasn't that he had scored no goals at all but how he mostly scored when playing at home and when doing so away most(not all) of his goals where done against lesser teams and/or at earlier stages

Raul Statistics in CL

53 goals

37 goals playing at bernabeu

16 goals playing away(including both his goals in CL final)

His goals playing away, the team against he scored and the stage of CL the game was:

01/11/1995 Ferencvaros-RM Goals 1 First Round

06/12/1995 Grasshoppers-RM Goals 1 First Round

01/101997 FC Porto-RM Goals 1 First Round

30/09/1998 Spartak Moscow-RM Goals 1 First Round

15/09/1999 Olympiakos-RM Goals 1 First Round

24/11/1999 D.Kiev-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)

22/03/2000 Rosenborg-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)


19/04/2000 Man.United-RM Goals 2 1/4 finals

24/05/2000 RM-Valencia Goals 1 Final

22/11/2000 Leeds United-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)


21/02/2001 Lazio-RM Goals 1 Second Round(groups stage)

15/05/2002 RM-B.Leverkussen Goals 1 Final

17/09/2002 AS Roma-RM Goals 1 First Round

06/04/2004 Monaco-RM Goals 1 1/4 finals

3/11/2004 D.Kiev-RM Goals 1 First Round

how reliable are your stats?

have u got any links to where u got those stats from?

http://perso.orange.fr/gol-de-raul/Principal.htm

It's not the official RM web but it's pretty acurate.(It's not very updated though...I had to put in those 2 goals against Dinamo at home just a few weeks because the last update had been 23/06/2006
avatar
La Saeta Rubia

Number of posts : 5244
Age : 37
Supports : Real Madrid
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by La Saeta Rubia on Mon Oct 02, 2006 10:23 pm

Raul es dios Whistle
avatar
Owen Thomas

Number of posts : 3874
Age : 33
Supports : Manchester United F.C
Favourite Player : Q.A Guy..
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Owen Thomas on Mon Oct 02, 2006 10:40 pm

Stop speaking Spanish. I'm not cultured/clever enough to understand you. Sad
avatar
blutgraetsche

Number of posts : 23328
Supports : Deutsche Fu▀ballnationalmannschaft
Registration date : 2006-08-09

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by blutgraetsche on Mon Oct 02, 2006 10:44 pm

Owen Thomas wrote:Stop speaking Spanish. I'm not cultured/clever enough to understand you. Sad

I don't speak Spanish, yet I understood what LSR said.
avatar
Owen Thomas

Number of posts : 3874
Age : 33
Supports : Manchester United F.C
Favourite Player : Q.A Guy..
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Owen Thomas on Mon Oct 02, 2006 10:52 pm

blutgraetsche wrote:
Owen Thomas wrote:Stop speaking Spanish. I'm not cultured/clever enough to understand you. Sad

I don't speak Spanish, yet I understood what LSR said.

Aye but I'm thick.
avatar
toon h

Number of posts : 8715
Age : 43
Supports : FC Barcelona
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by toon h on Mon Oct 02, 2006 11:07 pm

blutgraetsche wrote:
Owen Thomas wrote:Stop speaking Spanish. I'm not cultured/clever enough to understand you. Sad

I don't speak Spanish, yet I understood what LSR said.

how did you do that then?
avatar
blutgraetsche

Number of posts : 23328
Supports : Deutsche Fu▀ballnationalmannschaft
Registration date : 2006-08-09

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by blutgraetsche on Mon Oct 02, 2006 11:13 pm

It's called general education, and logical thought.

Raul = Raul

es = is

dios = God
avatar
La Saeta Rubia

Number of posts : 5244
Age : 37
Supports : Real Madrid
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by La Saeta Rubia on Mon Oct 02, 2006 11:30 pm

blutgraetsche wrote:It's called general education, and logical thought.

Raul = Raul

es = is

dios = God

Im glad to see you agree with me Laughing

Sponsored content

Re: Raul (El que nunca hace nada)

Post by Sponsored content


    Current date/time is Thu Aug 24, 2017 3:59 am