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August 3, 2016

Olympics \”Day -2\” includes six women\’s football matches

Olympics “Day -2” includes six women’s football matches

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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

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American swimmers Allison Schmitt and Michael Phelps are seen here in the restaurant of the Athletes Village. At the event’s peak, the venue will prepare 60,000 meals each day. Phelps’ diet has received headlines in the past, clocking in at 12,000 calories a day in 2008.

It’s two days to go until the opening ceremonies, but the football competitions for the 2016 Summer Olympics have begun in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Meanwhile, athletes are arriving to the Olympic Village, which has been one of the many lightning rods of controversy for the event.

Wednesday includes six women’s football match-ups, between Sweden and South Africa, Canada and Australia, Brazil and China, Zimbabwe and Germany, United States and New Zealand, France and Colombia. Canada’s forward Janine Beckie scored a goal just 20 seconds into the game, the quickest in Olympic history. The team beat Australia 2-0.

The men face off Thursday with Iraq vs Denmark, Honduras vs Algeria, Brazil vs South Africa, Mexico vs Germany, Portugal vs Argentina, Sweden vs Colombia, Fiji vs South Korea, and Nigeria vs Japan.

Canada vs. Australia

Zimbabwe vs. Germany

Many athletes are arriving in Rio, for the 2016 Summer Olympics. Teams are welcomed with ceremonies, the India, Bahama, Burkina Faso, Gambia and Norway delegations receiving their a 45-minute welcome Wednesday. While members of the US swim team have been photographed in the Athletes Village restaurant, recent reports suggest that Team USA men’s basketball will be staying in a luxury cruise ship, docked off the Port of Rio. Canadian tennis player Daniel Nestor has suggested the village lacks hot water. Members of the Australian team had their three laptops stolen last week, during a building evacuation due to a nearby fire.



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Men\’s, women\’s football team face off in Rio, before Olympics official open

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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

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American swimmers Allison Schmitt and Michael Phelps are seen here in the restaurant of the Athletes Village. At the event’s peak, the venue will prepare 60,000 meals each day. Phelps’ diet has received headlines in the past, clocking in at 12,000 calories a day in 2008.

Leading up to the Olympic Games opening ceremonies on Friday, football competitions for the 2016 Summer Olympics began two days before in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Wednesday’s schedule included six women’s football match-ups, between Sweden and South Africa, Canada and Australia, Brazil and China, Zimbabwe and Germany, United States and New Zealand, France and Colombia. Canada’s forward Janine Beckie scored a goal just 20 seconds into the game, the quickest in Olympic history. The team beat Australia 2-0.

The men faced off Thursday with Iraq vs Denmark, Honduras vs Algeria, Brazil vs South Africa, Mexico vs Germany, Portugal vs Argentina, Sweden vs Colombia, Fiji vs South Korea, and Nigeria vs Japan.

Canada vs. Australia

Zimbabwe vs. Germany

When teams arrived at the Athletes Village, they were welcomed with 45-minute ceremonies. While members of the US swim team have been photographed in the Athletes Village restaurant, recent reports suggest that Team USA men’s basketball will be staying in a luxury cruise ship, docked off the Port of Rio. Canadian tennis player Daniel Nestor has suggested the village lacks hot water. Members of the Australian team had their three laptops stolen last week, during a building evacuation due to a nearby fire.



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July 27, 2016

Higuaín leaves Napoli for Juventus

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Yesterday, Italian football club Juventus F.C. announced signing of Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuaín from their rival club S.S.C. Napoli. 28-year-old Higuaín signed a five-year contract with the Old Lady for a Italian record transfer fee of €90 million.

File photo of Higuaín, 2015.
Image: Илья Хохлов.

Debuting at the age of 17 in 2005, Higuaín has made 329 league appearances and scored 191 goals. He joined Spanish capital club Real Madrid in 2006. Spending six-and-half seasons with Los Blancos, Higuaín has won the La Liga title there.

Higuaín — nicknamed Pipita — joined Napoli in 2013. While there he broke the goal scoring record set by Gunnar Nordahl of the Italian Serie A, netting 36 goals in 35 appearances. He helped Napoli qualify for the UEFA Champions League as the club finished second in the league.

In remarks to Gazetta World following Higuaín’s agreement to the contract, AS Roma captain Francesco Totti said, “Footballers today are a bit like nomads[…] They follow money and not their hearts.” 40-year-old Totti has played 25 years for Roma, signing a one-year contract extention last month.

Napoli’s president Aurelio De Laurentiis said, “Some believe that talking of a betrayal is an exaggeration, but I think differently. In this move there is the full meaning of a betrayal, which includes ingratitude.”((it))

Former Agrentine captain and Napoli legend Diego Maradona said, “This Higuain affair is hurting me because he is going to a direct rival like Juventus. But we cannot blame the player either. A player has a responsibility to himself and it is those fat cats of business that are grinning the most in this case. Nobody thinks of the fan.”((es))

Higuaín has been assigned the number 9 jersey.



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June 30, 2016

Messi speaks of Argentina exit after losing Copa América Centenario over penalties

Messi speaks of Argentina exit after losing Copa América Centenario over penalties

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Argentina’s football captain Lionel Messi spoke of retirement from international football after losing 4–2 to Chile in the penalty decider in Copa América Centenario final on Sunday. Since then, many players including his present FC Barcelona teammate Luis Suárez, former teammates David Villa and Ronaldinho, former Argentina captain Diego Maradona, and Argentine president Mauricio Macri have expressed disappointment, some urging him to stay.

File photo of Lionel Messi after a loss in 2014.
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Messi missed the penalty kick after Chilean Autero Vidal‘s spot kick was stopped by Sergio Romero as the match progressed to a penalty shootout. Javier Mascherano and Sergio Agüero scored their spot kicks for Argentina, but after Lucas Biglia‘s penalty was saved by Claudio Bravo, Francisco Silva scored the winning penalty for Chile.

Messi was crying after the match, and later told news reporters, “In the dressing room I thought that this is the end for me with the national team, it’s not for me”((es)). He added, “I tried so hard to be champion with Argentina. Now I am leaving without having managed it”((es)).

Today, Suárez speaking to Radio Tenfield said, “Knowing Leo, I’m sure it was said in a moment of sadness and helplessness. It would be a shame for football if he took this decision, but I’m sure he will reconsider and change his mind.”

Yesterday, president Mauricio Macri and Maradona urged him to think about his decision.

Messi’s former teammate David Villa said, “It’s very bad news for soccer. Messi is the best player in the world. […] I don’t know what happened in his mind[…] I know he’s strong, a professional player, he’s sure now disappointed because he lost one more final in penalty kicks again.”

Ronaldinho, former Brazilian player and ex-Barcelona player, told America TV he respects Messi’s opinion and he would be always with him.

Five time World Player of the Year Messi has lost four finals on the international stage, of which three defeats came in the last three years — 2014 FIFA World Cup loss to Germany, last year’s loss to Chile, and this year’s.

Sergio Agüero told Argentine newspaper Olé other players were also deciding weather to hang up their boots.

Messi played for Argentina when they won the 2008 Beijing Olympics gold medal.



June 26, 2016
20:00 (UTC-4)
Argentina 0–0 (a.e.t.) Chile MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
Referee: Flag of Brazil.svg Héber Lopes Brazil
Lionel Messi Missed
Lucas Biglia Missed
Marcos Rojo Sent off after 43' 43′
2–4 (penalties) Arturo Vidal Missed
Marcelo Díaz Booked after 16'Booked again after 28'Sent off after 28' 16′, 28′

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June 29, 2016

Messi hints Argentina exit after losing Copa América Centenario over penalties

Messi hints Argentina exit after losing Copa América Centenario over penalties

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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

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Argentina’s football captain Lionel Messi hinted at retirement from international football after losing 4–2 to Chile in the penalty decider in Copa América Centenario final on Sunday. Since then, many players including his present FC Barcelona teammate Luis Suárez, former teammates David Villa, Ronaldinho, former Argentina captain Diego Maradona, and the Argentine president have made attempted to convince him to stay.

File photo of Lionel Messi after a loss in 2014.
Image: Agência Brasil.

Messi missed the penalty kick after Chilean Autero Vidal‘s spot kick was stopped by Sergio Romero as the match progressed to a penalty shootout. Javier Mascherano and Sergio Agüero scored their spot kicks for Argentina, but after Lucas Biglia‘s penalty was saved by Claudio Bravo, Francisco Silva scored the winning penalty for Chile.

Messi was crying after the match, and later told news reporters, “In the dressing room I thought that this is the end for me with the national team, it’s not for me”. He added, “I tried so hard to be champion with Argentina. Now I am leaving without having managed it”((es)).

Today, Suárez spoke to Radio Tenfield and said, “Knowing Leo, I’m sure it was said in a moment of sadness and helplessness. It would be a shame for football if he took this decision, but I’m sure he will reconsider and change his mind.”

Yesterday, president Mauricio Macri and Maradona urged him to think about his decision.

Messi’s former teammate David Villa was shocked by the decision and said, “It’s very bad news for soccer. Messi is the best player in the world. […] I don’t know what happened in his mind, I know he’s strong, a professional player, he’s sure now disappointed because he lost one more final in penalty kicks again.”

Ronaldinho, forms Brazilian player and ex-Barcelona player told America TV he respects Messi’s opinion and he would be always with him.

Five time World Player of the Year Messi has lost four finals on the international stage, of which three defeats came in the last three years — 2014 FIFA World Cup loss to Germany, last year’s loss to Chile, and this year’s.

Sergio Agüero told Argentine newspaper Olé other players were also deciding weather to hang up their boots.

Messi’s only achievement with Argentina was the 2008 Beijing Olympics gold medal.



June 26, 2016
20:00 (UTC-4)
Argentina 0–0 (a.e.t.) Chile MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
Referee: Flag of Brazil.svg Héber Lopes Brazil
Lionel Messi Missed
Lucas Biglia Missed
Marcos Rojo Sent off after 43' 43′
2–4 (penalties) Arturo Vidal Missed
Marcelo Diaz Booked after 16'Booked again after 28'Sent off after 28' 16′, 28′

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January 11, 2016

FIFA FIFPro XI Award 2015 announced

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Today, FIFA announced the 2015 FIFA FIFPro World XI in Zürich, Switzerland. FIFPro World XI is a team which 26,478 players across 68 countries vote for a perfect dream team.

The FIFPro or the team of the year had eight players from Spanish La Liga. Four from both FC Barcelona, the current FIFA Club World Cup champions and their arch rivals Real Madrid. A total of four players with Brazilian nationality were included.

The FIFPro featured the 2014 FIFA World Cup winner Manuel Neuer, who plays for the German club Bayern Munich as the goalkeeper. The three forwards were the two Ballon d’Or finalists Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar, and of course the Ballon d’Or winner and Barça star Lionel Messi.

Barcelona manager Luis Enrique won the FIFA World Coach of the Year. Netherlands’ assistant manager, Marco van Basten, who won the Ballon d’Or thrice said “I think if you have a team with all these champions, as a coach it’s good to be quiet! Wish them good luck and enjoy themselves. They’re all winners, they know exactly what to do.”

For last six years, FIFPro XI featured 47 La Liga players and seven Bundesliga players out of 66.

Cquote1.svg I think if you have a team with all these champions, as a coach it’s good to be quiet! Wish them good luck and enjoy themselves. They’re all winners, they know exactly what to do.”
—Marco van Basten
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Manuel Neuer
Image: Michael Kranewitter.

Thiago Silva
Image: Christophe Pelletier.

Marcelo
Image: Богдан Заяц.

Sergio Ramos
Image: Дмитрий Неймырок.

Dani Alves
Image: Олег Дубина.

Andrés Iniesta
Image: Clément Bucco-Lechat.

Luka Modrić
Image: Fanny Schertzer.

Paul Pogba
Image: Catherine Kõrtsmik.

Neymar
Image: Tânia Rêgo/ABr.

Cristiano Ronaldo
Image: Fanny Schertzer.

Lionel Messi
Image: Олег Дубина.

Goalkeeper GER Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich)
Defenders BRA Thiago Silva (Paris SG)
BRA Marcelo (Real Mardid)
ESP Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid)
BRA Dani Alves (FC Barcelona)
Midfielders ESP Andrés Iniesta (FC Barcelona)
Luka Modrić (Real Madrid)
Paul Pogba (Juventus FC)
Forwards BRA Neymar (FC Barcelona)
Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
Lionel Messi (FC Barcelona)




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December 20, 2015

Barça beat River Plate 3-0 to win third FIFA Club World Cup

Barça beat River Plate 3-0 to win third FIFA Club World Cup

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Sunday, December 20, 2015

Today, Catalonia-based football club FC Barcelona defeated Argentine club River Plate FC 3–0 at Nissan Stadium in Yokohama in the FIFA Club World Cup final hosted in Japan.

FIFA Club World Cup is a tournament in which football clubs winning in the respective continental confederation championships participate. Barcelona won the UEFA Champions League, and River Plate won the 2015 Copa Libertadores. Barcelona’s Neymar, recovered from groin injury, was included in the squad.

File photo of Suárez, who scored five goals in the tournament.
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Barça had a greater ball possession. The match saw six yellow cards, two for River Plate players. More than 30 fouls were committed in the match. Lionel Messi scored the first goal of the match after breaking the opponents’ defense in the 36th minute, assisted by Neymar. A sliding tackle by Ivan Rakitić in the 43th minute got him a yellow card. Before him, three other players were already booked by the match official. The first half ended in 1–0 for the Europeans.

In the opening minutes of the second half, Uruguayan Luis Suárez scored the second goal of the match, assisted by Sergio Busquets in the 49th minute. In the 68th minute, he scored the third of the night by a header, assisted by Neymar.

Interestingly, River Plate faced six South Americans in the match.

This was Barcelona’s fifth trophy of the season, and third FIFA Club World Cup title.



December 20, 2015
19:30 JST (UTC+9)
River Plate 0–3 FC Barcelona Nissan Stadium, Yokohama
Attendance: 66,853
Referee: Flag of Iran.svg Alireza Faghani, Iran
Booked after 10 minutes 10′ Matías Kranevitter
Booked after 32 minutes 32′ Leonardo Ponzio
(0–1) HT Scored after 36 minutes 36′ Lionel Messi
Scored after 49 minutes 49′ Luis Suárez
Scored after 68 minutes 68′ Luis Suárez
Booked after 16 minutes 16′ Jordi Alba
Booked after 43 minutes 43′ Ivan Rakitić
Booked after 61 minutes 61′ Neymar
Booked after 72 minutes 72′ Sergi Roberto

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July 6, 2015

Chile beats Argentina to win first Copa America title

Chile beats Argentina to win first Copa America title

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On Saturday, host nation Chile defeated Argentina 4–1 over penalties in the 2015 Copa América((en)), which was held in Estadio Nacional located in the Chilean city of Santiago, to clinch the title for the very first time.

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The first half saw 3 yellow cards. In total, both halves, 49 fouls were committed. Nobody scored in the first half of the match. Chile had 57% possession of the ball. The second half saw 4 yellow cards, but neither team could find the net. Since the second half ended in 0–0, the match proceeded to extra time. Gonzalo Higuaín missed some chances to score a goal for Argentina. Argentina has not won any major trophy in the past 22 years.

Chile began the penalty-shootout. Chilean players converted each penalty kick into goal, whereas except for FC Barcelona star Lionel Messi, no other Argentine could score a penalty. Misses by Higuaín and Banega turned out to be costly for Argentina and the final strike by Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez sealed the victory by the host nation.

Chilean captain Claudio Bravo won the golden glove trophy and Eduardo Vargas won top scorer award.


Match details

July 4, 2015
17:00 CLT (UTC−3)
Chile 0–0
4-1 (penalties)
Argentina Estadio Nacional, Santiago
Referee: Wilmar Roldán (Colombia)
Fernández Penalty scored
Vidal Penalty scored
Aránguiz Penalty scored
Sánchez Penalty scored
Penalty scored Messi
Missed Higuaín
Missed Banega

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GK 1 Claudio Bravo (c)
5 Francisco Silva Booked after 24 minutes 24′
21 Marcelo Díaz Booked after 44 minutes 44′
17 Gary Medel Booked after 34 minutes 34′
4 Mauricio Isla
20 Charles Aránguiz Booked after 86 minutes 86′
8 Arturo Vidal
15 Jean Beausejour
10 Jorge Valdivia Substituted off after 75 minutes 75′
11 Eduardo Vargas Substituted off after 95 minutes 95′
7 Alexis Sánchez
Substitutions:
14 Matías Fernández Substituted on after 75 minutes 75′
22 Ángelo Henríquez Substituted on after 95 minutes 95′
Manager:
Jorge Sampaoli
GK 1 Sergio Romero
4 Pablo Zabaleta
15 Martín Demichelis
17 Nicolás Otamendi
16 Marcos Rojo Booked after 55 minutes 55′
6 Lucas Biglia
14 Javier Mascherano  Booked after 55 minutes 55′
21 Javier Pastore Substituted off after 81 minutes 81′
10 Lionel Messi (c)
11 Sergio Agüero Substituted off after 74 minutes 74′
7 Ángel Di María Substituted off after 29 minutes 29′
Substitutions:
22 Ezequiel Lavezzi Substituted on after 29 minutes 29′
9 Gonzalo Higuaín Substituted on after 74 minutes 74′
19 Éver Banega Booked after 91 minutes 91′  Substituted on after 81 minutes 81′
Manager:
Gerardo Martino

Man of the Match:
Arturo Vidal (Chile)

Assistant referees:
Alexander Guzmán (Colombia)
Cristian De La Cruz (Colombia)
Fourth official:
José Argote (Venezuela)
Fifth official:
Christian Lescano (Ecuador)

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July 2, 2015

Argentina defeats Paraguay 6-1 in Copa America 2015 semi-finals

Argentina defeats Paraguay 6-1 in Copa America 2015 semi-finals

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On Tuesday, Argentina defeated Paraguay 6–1 in the second semi-final of the 2015 Copa América((en)) which was held in Concepción city of Chile to reach the finals.

Argentina had about 60% possession of the ball in front of Paraguay. Two Argentine players and three Paraguayan players were yellow carded in this match with 31 fouls committed. Marcos Rojo netted the first goal of the match in the 15th minute, assisted by captain Lionel Messi. Javier Pastore scored the second goal for Argentina in the 27th minute, also assisted by Messi. Just two minutes before half-time, Lucas Barrios scored the goal for Paraguay to make the score 2–1 at half time.

In the second half, Ángel Di María scored two goals in the 47th and 53rd minutes, in which the former goal was assisted by Pastore. Sergio Agüero scored the fifth goal for Argentina in the 80th minute assisted by Di Maria. Three minutes later, Higuaín scored the last goal of the match assisted by Messi. Thus Messi completed a hat-trick of assists in the match.

Argentina now faces Chile in the Copa America final on July 4 at Santiago.




June 30, 2015
Argentina 6-1 Paraguay Concepción
Referee: Sandro Ricci (Brazil)
Rojo Scored after 15 minutes 15′
Pastore Scored after 27 minutes 27′
Di María Scored after 47', 53 minutes 47′, 53′
Agüero Scored after 80 minutes 80′
Higuaín Scored after 83 minutes 83′
Barrios Scored after 43 minutes 43′

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