Re: Argentina created
by Prashanth DSouza on Jul 16, 2014 09:37 AM
Yeah, they had at least 3 clear chances. The first one was a sitter, Higuain hitting wide. There were a couple of shots that Messi could've at least hit on target, as he usually does. And one more, I can't remember the guy, but he chested the ball down and was alone in front of the goal keeper. He also hit it out. Very clear and potent chances. It was an exciting match though, much more than the 2010 Dutch-Spanish game.
His talent was never a doubt and promise that he held was always waiting to be fulfilled. The way he converted the difficult pass into the goal to beat the goal keeper shows talent and true class. German unit with Loew as father figure always held a better chance than Argentina who depended on Messi and Co. Though equally talented as Germans, Argentina lost the "X" factor towards the end of game resulting in a deserving German win. As for WAG's and children, they are part of upper 1% of upper 1%. They belong to the economically highest 0.01% portion where grooming and looking good takes priority over everything much else.
Re: Mario Goetze a super hero
by Voosan Raj on Jul 15, 2014 01:51 AM
Agree. You could tell Germany worked hard and sincerely working hard. Not many noticed, Goetze was a down to earth guy. Couple of times he fetched the ball outside the line when it was out and handed it to the Argentinian goalie. Very few has such humility especially in soccer. Look how he got rewarded.
On the other hand Argentina was complacent. Rodrigues and Messi missed much more easy chance compared to the change Goetze got. In the end it all comes down to whoever can make good use of the opportunity. Germany converted the only half chance they got. Argentina missed 3 - 4 easy chances to score