Did any of you plonkers happen to see where the ball actually landed after Cesc "went for it"? I like how Inswinger artistically said "he tried to prevent it from going out", but frankly, he failed spectacularly and jumped into Juan Fran like a damn fool. Then, in something that mirrors Busquet's attitude (also a confirmed Barca DNA holder, you guys ever seen Gataca by the way?), and he tried to convince the referee that his face hurts...or something, while sh*tting his pants already feeling the water from the showers falling on him (though it could be that it was Pique not being on the pitch that made him more scared of going to the shower alone). Here is Cesc expression in three easy steps: 1. Fear. "Oh god oh god oh god oh god, i'm getting a red card, now i ***ed up." 2. Relief, and mockery of the opponent. "Whut? B*tchez? Yellow card, in your pain filled face! Barca style, why you think Rosell met with Villar, huh?!" 3. Crouching C*nt and hidden laughter "lololololoololololol" He could've seen red for it. We're coming close to the truth Nancy Drew. Check your forum, honorary Barca forum member b4cilleterate commented with a "no Cesc, this is bad, this is not Madrid", before the Meister der Zeremonie Inswinger came and gave the young believer some decent pro(barca)paganda. "No, Cesc would never do that, he has Barca DNA, he went for the ball". Then Wenger assisted with a classic: [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mE1dnI65uCk]Cesc on Juan Fran? too far away from my bench, sorry...[/ame] ...and everything was back to normal again. Touching story. I am full enjoying seeing you guys on the other side of the argument. Maybe if your little Saloon thing goes bad, you can open another one on that side, maybe that will work out. You've been on that side for over 30 years, you probably have a lot of customers.