FC Zurich women challenge Barcelona to friendly

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FC Zurich’s all-conquering women’s team have challenged FC Barcelona to a match via video.

The female Swiss team have played 22 matches and won all of them, scoring an average of 5.7 goals per game in the process. Their overall goal difference record is 125:9.

Unbeaten for close to 2000 minutes, the girls have decided to question the masculinity of the Barca boys, asking if they’ve got the ball to take up the unusual challenge.

In their promo video, Zurich offer May 25th as a possible showdown date at the Nou Camp. It’s free for Tito Vilanova’s side, as they failed to make the Champions League final – which takes place on the same evening.

And, if you were in any doubt about how serious the women are, their video shows them dragging a tractor across a pitch, some military style preparation and a little bit of target practice at Lionel Messi’s face.

So, have Barcelona ‘got the balls’? Check out the video below and let us know if you think they should face-off...

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