Adriano Correia – All Goals 2010-2014 HD

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Adriano Correia – All Goals 2010-2014 HD BarcelonaHD: Twitter: Facebook: Music: Tommy Trash vs Pnau vs MGMT – Unite Kids (Tommy Trash Private Bootleg) On 16 July 2010 Adriano signed a 4+1 contract with Barcelona, for €9.5 million plus a conditional fee of €4 million — it also included a buyout clause of €90 million. […]



Adriano Correia – All Goals 2010-2014 HD BarcelonaHD: Twitter: Facebook: Music: Tommy Trash vs Pnau vs MGMT – Unite Kids (Tommy Trash Private Bootleg) On 16 July 2010 Adriano signed a 4+1 contract with Barcelona, for €9.5 million plus a conditional fee of €4 million — it also included a buyout clause of €90 million. He was awarded the No. 21 shirt vacated by Ukrainian Dmytro Chygrynskiy who departed after just one season, and made his debut in a pre-season friendly against Vålerenga Fotball, coming on as a second-half substitute; on 14 August he first appeared officially, in the first leg of the season's Supercopa de España, a 1–3 loss at former side Sevilla. Adriano spent the vast majority of his first season with Barça as a substitute. On 2 February 2011, in a rare start, he scored his first goal for the Catalans, netting in a 3–0 semi-final away win against UD Almería for the season's Copa del Rey (8–0 on aggregate);[8] due to the illness of first-choice left-back Éric Abidal he became a regular starter from March onwards, although the Frenchman recovered in time to start in the 2011 UEFA Champions League Final. In 2011–12, Adriano was again mostly a reserve for the Pep Guardiola-led side. On 15 December 2011, however, in the 2011 FIFA Club World Cup, he scored the first two goals in a 4–0 semi-final win over Sadd Sports Club, the first coming after a mistake by the Qatari team's defense to open the score in the 25th minute. Early into the 2012–13 season, Adriano played the role of hero and villain in a matter of days: in the Spanish Supercup second leg he was sent off midway through the first half of an eventual 1–2 away loss against Real Madrid (4–4 aggregate defeat on the away goals rule), for bringing down Cristiano Ronaldo as the last man; On 2 September 2012, however, he scored the game's only goal at home against Valencia CF, through a spectacular right-foot curl. On 28 May 2013 Adriano signed a new contract with Barcelona, keeping him with the Culés until 2017. . JOIN QUIZGROUP PARTNER PROGRAM: .

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