Luis Suárez, Messi and Neymar make us fall in love with their 'tunnels'
David Luiz, Milner and Krychowiak could create a Facebook group named "I was also victim of the nutmeg's trident." The Brazilian suffered it twice, so he might not open twitter for some days to see the memes dedicated to him. And after Sevilla-Barça, Milner could have send a DM to Krychowiak: "at least Neymar didn't make you fall like Messi did with me. Come on."
A dream: the nutmeg's trident becoming the three-goal after nutmegs.
There are few plays that can humiliate you more than going to defend yourself off and get stuck with legs open (or closed when it is too late) while watching the ball passing under your legs. That front of thousands of fans in the field and millions on television watching the replays. Doing a nutmeg is not easy, or as easy as it seems, and making it quick, clean and finished with a goal is even more difficult. Luis Suarez, Neymar and Messi do.
Barça and the trident appear in big clashes. Well, Messi doesn't appear because he is always present. The Argentine leads the team and creates the plays for Neymar and Luis Suárez to do the final shot. It seems like Messi's certainty of being the best in the world makes him concede the honor of scoring to those who need it. Messi creates and connects with Neymar; Messi leads and open ways for Luis Suárez.
The countdown is underway. 12 matches to appear, do nutmegs, connect and hug each other when they score, but also 12 matches to win. And a dream: the nutmeg's trident becoming the three-goal after nutmegs.