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Throwback Thursday: Cavani and Pastore

Do you remember when Edinson Cavani and Javier Pastore were mates at Palermo? That seem like a long time ago, so I decided to drag a few pics up. 19 more words

Edinson Cavani

Liverpool target Javier Pastore happy to stay with Paris Saint-Germain

Liverpool target Javier Pastore has no intention of quitting Paris Saint-Germain in the summer, according to his agent.

Pastore has been linked with a move to Anfield at the end of the season, having struggled to break into Laurent Blanc’s starting XI in the French capital. 118 more words

Football

Javier Pastore on Art

In the moments before he entered Wednesday’s field of play, Javier Pastore looked uninterested, and out of place.

To call the Argentinian willowy and mercurial would be to risk cliche- but it would be accurate too. 428 more words

PARIS ST. GERMAIN DUG CHELSEA DEEP IN EXTRA TIME 3-1; SETTING A THRILLER AT STAMFORD BRIDGE

Javier Pastore’s added-time effort secured Paris Saint-Germain what could prove a vital two-goal cushion as the French club beat Chelsea FC 3-1 in their UEFA Champions League quarter-final opener. 374 more words

SPORTS

Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 Chelsea

Chelsea have lost the first leg of their quarter final Champions League tie to Paris Saint-Germain 3 goals to 1 on a night where it could’ve been very different for The Blues.

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Javier Pastore: Last-Second Dribbling Wizardry Gives PSG Advantage over Chelsea

Javier Pastore was one of the first big-money recruits by PSG after the French club was taken over by its billionaire Qatari ownership. The Argentine’s mostly been a flop in the French capital since coming over from Palermo, but he did a lot to redeem himself in the final minute of PSG’s Champions League quarterfinal with Chelsea. 152 more words

Soccer

Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 Chelsea: Match Reaction

Match Summary

Chelsea are left with a mountain to climb after conceding three poor goals against underdogs Paris Saint-Germain.

Lavezzi’s third-minute opener was a blow but Hazard’s penalty settled the nerves in the first-half. 595 more words

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