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Henry_Leon

Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018 - Qualification

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:PAR  lose again :facepalm: (0-1 in Bolivia). Now the WC 2018 is a mirage.......

:ECU won and now have 20 pts with still 3 matches at home (the last with Argentina, maybe already qualified......)  The top 5 is close.....:fingers:

 

Partial (Half Time)

:ARG 2-0 :COL Messi and Pratto (assist Messi)

:CHI 1-1 :URU Vargas; Cavani

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Another mediocre game by the most mediocre of football teams, Mexico :sick: It's time to sack that lousy coach, really.

 

In the other hand, what a great performance by Costa Rica trashing USA 4-0; in contrast, what a lousy start by the Americans in the final phase of the qualifiers.

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hace 4 horas, Henry_Leon said:

:PAR  lose again :facepalm: (0-1 in Bolivia). Now the WC 2018 is a mirage.......

:ECU won and now have 20 pts with still 3 matches at home (the last with Argentina, maybe already qualified......)  The top 5 is close.....:fingers:

 

 

I have done all possible calculations and there's almost no way we reach that final game already qualified. Only if we win, like, all next 5 games or something, which just won't happen.

 

I think Brazil and Uruguay are already qualified, Peru and Paraguay virtually out, so all is between ARG, CHI, COL and ECU. We have the hardest schedule of the 4, but IMO it all depends on Ecuador... if they drop as few as 2 points at home they're dead, such is the nature of altitude-relying teams.

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:USA:facepalm: A defeat is possible against :CRC but 0-4........ :wacko:  However, I think they will not problem for qualify.

 

Go :PAN:clap:

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It wasnt a great game like it was last thursday, but 2nd half was very competitive.

And Gabriel Jesus, what a dude, we will miss him on brazilian championship :thumbup:

 

6 games, 6 wins, 17 goals scored, 1 goal conceded

This is Tite :clap:

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1 hour ago, Felipe said:

It wasnt a great game like it was last thursday, but 2nd half was very competitive.

And Gabriel Jesus, what a dude, we will miss him on brazilian championship :thumbup:

 

6 games, 6 wins, 17 goals scored, 1 goal conceded

This is Tite :clap:

 

and this proves that Donga was a deep shit and also is that this generation isn't like many people said that they're one of the weakest in Brazil history :yes

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Em 16/11/2016 at 13:24, thepharoah disse:

 

and this proves that Donga was a deep shit and also is that this generation isn't like many people said that they're one of the weakest in Brazil history :yes

 

This generation maybe is not the best, but there is lot of players who was underused on a clumsy defensive tactic. Phillipe Coutinho is an example, before Tite he never did a good match, or, at least, which he could help the team won some match.

 

And most of supporters took long time to see who was really destroying our team, a "coach" who doesn't deserve to be called by this word and the chiefs of brazilian football confederation. Before was fault of "players who just care for tattoos, hair, colour boots, earrings, fame, yada yadda..." as if this things could be a crucial factor to down performance on the matches :d

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Already begun round of WCQ 2018 with all confederations on the pitch (except Africa) for a week :clap:

First results Tahiti :FRP won and are so close at OFC final

 

Asian match in progress with :CHN (LIPPI new coach) lead 1-0 :KOR   at HT :woot:

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China beat South Korea and also Syria beat Uzbekistan ! :yikes: now Syria is also in contention for a top 2 (or 3) finish. actually these results keep everybody alive in Group A

if we beat Qatar tonight in Doha, we will be 4 pts clear over Korea and 5 with Uzbekistan. and with 3 home matches remaining we will be in a very good position, but still beating Qatar in Qatar is no easy, considering the situation we had. I think Queiroz will play for a safe 0-0.

 

our next game will be against China in Tehran, they are a much better team with Lippi but still they always make their pants wet when they play at the Azadi stadium. :d

 

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in other group, Saudis got 3 valuable points in Thailand and they also improved their GD. they have a very good chance to qualify directly, specially cuz Australia wasted two points in Tehran against Iraq. also Japan will be in danger if they don't win tonight.

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Yes :banana::banana::hyper:

 

I don't know how many golden opportunities our guys wasted in counter attacks today, but still 1-0 was good enough

and after 6 matches in this round we didn't concede yet :d

 

4 matches to go, 3 at home, I think we are safe but you never can be sure, still important to beat China with Lippi next Tuesday.

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20 minutes ago, MHSN said:

Yes :banana::banana::hyper:

 

I don't know how many golden opportunities our guys wasted in counter attacks today, but still 1-0 was good enough

and after 6 matches in this round we didn't concede yet :d

 

4 matches to go, 3 at home, I think we are safe but you never can be sure, still important to beat China with Lippi next Tuesday.

 

Good luck to Iran, you pretty much control your own destiny... maybe after the next two games, your team will qualify.

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1 hour ago, mrv86 said:

 

Good luck to Iran, you pretty much control your own destiny... maybe after the next two games, your team will qualify.

 

yeah The results of the other games could not have been better. I believe if we win next two games (both at home against opponents we have good record against) we are mathematically qualified. even though Uzbekistan beat Iran last time they came to Azadi stadium 4 years ago, that was their only win vs Iran.

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