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Yea I really don't see Argentina beating a confident Nigeria side. Crotia beat them off of a penalty and an own goal. Messi will need several 'hands of god' to overcome the Nigerians.

That 1st Musa goal, after the control on the cross, was beautiful!
It is not Messi who needs it but the whole team. I never saw such a weak Argentina team. Sampa has to be fired!
I feel so bad for Messi!! Argentina was so bad, Messi was like a ghost. No midfield whatsoever!!! I felt so sad watching him drop so deep and take the ball off the defender's feet to start an attack, as the game was dying off. Argentina was like a headless chicken!
they have no stability, there was so much space for the Croatia attackers to attack and the first goal was overshadowed when Argentina tried to play from the back as good as Mascherano is, he is past it and playing a 34 year old in a 2 man midfield was just abysmal and as much as i love Cabellero he shouldn't be starting

the only player that looked half decent Aguero he got subbed off when he started getting more involved

Argentina expects Messi to do something crazy every match and noone of the attackers help him out, when Messi got the ball it was always 2 on 1 and the other attackerscan't use it to their advantage, they really need ADM/Pavon/Dybala to start and they should not play 343 again
Aguero at least went out there like a pit bull and fought. Most of the team appeared to only try and find Messi with the ball, and if the ball wasn't with Messi, they looked so lost.

And yea, that keeper played himself. Got way too cocky. Kinda saw it coming too.If a miracle doesn't happen, and Argentina can't even make it out of the group stage, the media will eat Argentina alive!!
Sampoali was an utter joke. He went out and blamed the rest of the players expect for himself and Messi. Don't get me wrong Messi can't do it on his own but for Sampoali to be the manager and not find a way for the rest of the cast to play as a UNIT is so shameful. Its not like the rest of the boys are amateurs. These are footballers who play for top clubs. Hell, Iran and Morocco play more like a team than Argentina. Cesc said it best during the post match analysis, it was 5 defenders and 5 attackers, a MF's dream.

Even if I'm not really an Argentina supporter, for this to likely be the last WC for the GOAT, its really bizarre.
messi in argentina is like giggs in wales
management is seriously messed up, they need to address their management issues if they have any interest in fixing their national team. and lets accpet it , they are s**t, that open goal miss by perez seriously??? that gift from caballero?? if you're messi, how can you NOT retire.
Rakatic is a beast
Really wanted him to score after Otamendi tried to hurt him intentionally, freekick was so close and happy he scored but I feel bad for Messi
I feel bad for Leo too, but I'm really happy for Ivan. MOTM even though Modric was a 9/10 as well.

Rakitic just did it all: defensively superb, dominated the midfield, set up most attacks and then finished the last attack he initiated too.

I hope the Croats go far, love their team.
they really good undeerdog
messi should seriously practice on PK for months, if he wants to be the 1st PK taker of his team.
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Indeed. Daamn our players are having a bad world cup. Hopefully Rakitic plays well against Nigeria.
yeah that worries me a lot, umtiti and suarez and messi and pique so far had a SMH performances and they are the core of our team. and my main concern at the moment is argentina and messi. i no longer have the guts to watch their games against nigeria and croatia. the rest of our players seem to be in good or decent teams
Sad thing is when i saw him step up with all the pressure and the cr7 comparisons i knew he would not score.
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Messi is at 50/50 when he takes penalties but it happens he needs to move on
+1
He may have not succeeded in that penalty. But when you need a player to carry a team. Messi is the one who will take you to the final.

He did it 4 years ago, he'll do it again.

Argentina vs Portugal final
if that happens I would laugh. Whoever wins would be the greatest no arguments.
Who's gonna bet messi to score a hattrick now?
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Not quite :/
+1
David De Karius cost us the game plain and simple. It was 1-1 and we were all over them and had momentum and the second goal was going to come sooner or later then DDK happened.

But what a game and watching Spain is like having an orgasm for 90 minutes. Should have took the 3 points but can't do anything against a magical free kick.
Ddg really stupid foul on Ronaldo for the 3rd goal as well... Oh wait.
+10
Oh trust me, Pique f****d up. He f****d up big time but he didn't gift a goal and don' even try to justify that blunder.
+2
Yes completely comparable mistakes...
+2
how does ronaldo score a freekick if there's no stupid foul there? it's not the same as the blunder, but it had the same outcome didnt it? lol.
My God Suarez...
+1
He had a shocker but I thought if anyone was going to score it would be him
So Griezmann is staying. Should we go in for Martial? He can play as a striker and as a LW.
tottenham's lucas, very underrated. martial is good too in my opinion.
Lucas was only bought in January, really doubt he would be sold
barca fans got a taste of french rejection and now they want more. LeDecision part 2.
What's happening with SFF ? LOL
Sacking Lopteguioououyou just 1 day before WC is really not the smartest move.
Negotiating behind the back and agreeing to join Madrid before WC is a dumb move. I would blame the manager. They could have announced after their WC campaign.
Your fav 3 teams for this years World Cup.
1. Brazil
2. France
3. Spain

Would be nice to see Sampaoli get the best out of Argentina, but I believe Brazil, France, and Spain will all be in the quarterfinals if not semifinals as well.
everyone got injured in argentina just when you thought argentina cant get any more terrible. poor messi i feel bad for him.
i hope this WC turns out good without shitty referee decisions and injuries, cause there are many great teams, add belgium and germany too and i believe portugal is a lot better than the previous euro.
1. Germany
2. Spain
3. France

I still think Germany are the team to beat. Last year they won both the Confederations cup and U21 competitions. Their an efficient team, that play with organization and have the right mentality. Sorry Argentina have no chance.

I'm still hoping two unknown teams make it to the WC finals. Would love to see two small minnows, as we are going to see a lot of them this time around.

as long as they dont park any sort of vehicle, man.


the only underdog i would want to win WC this year is Argentina.
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1. Merica (I know we are not in there but..)
2. Brazil
3. England
It's going to be very hard work for Argentina this year. I feel sorry for Messi. May the best team win the tournament. Brazil is showing more signs of success tbh. Germany had some struggles despite of a top quali round.
Spain stays as my fav team and I hope they win it again.
France lacks the desire. Portugal is maybe going to the semi finals.
England ... hmm ... I dont know
Germany are definitely the team to beat as they are the defending champions and have a rock solid squad. Belgium are my dark horses though. KDB and Hazard will ruin defenses and they have rock solid defenders. I hope to see them go far. England also have some exciting youngsters. I expect them to get out of their group, but I think there is too much firepower in other squads for them to make it far into the knockout stages.
the potential of both France and Belgium are really high, and will be entertaining to watch, but Germany will turn up when they need to


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44
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36
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38
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59
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17
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14
38
12
49
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60
59
15
10
13
38
13
47
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40
21
2
15
38
14
46
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58
44
14
13
11
38
15
43
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49
41
15
13
10
38
16
43
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51
34
19
7
12
38
17
29
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76
38
21
11
6
38
18
22
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74
24
26
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38
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