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Henry_Leon

Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

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I think Denmark deserved a penalty in 2nd half , overall i think this group is very intersting and balanced at least no parking the bus 

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vor einer Stunde schrieb Gigs:

If Argentina, a team offensively stacked with superstars, only has two superstars in their starting formation you just gotta wonder what on earth that manager is doing. I get that many think you should play the players who fit into your system and not the ones with the bigger market value but that maybe counts if you play a 30M$ instead of a 50M$ Player, not a 10M$ instead of a 100M$ player. If this is the case you are playing the wrong system

 

Who do you think should play then? I could imagine Dybala playing as AM and Messi on the right wing. Aguero and Higuain together probably isn't a viable option.

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Eriksen was invisible in the 2nd half. If Australia showed more courage, they could have won this.

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1 hour ago, Gigs said:

If Argentina, a team offensively stacked with superstars, only has two superstars in their starting formation you just gotta wonder what on earth that manager is doing. I get that many think you should play the players who fit into your system and not the ones with the bigger market value but that maybe counts if you play a 30M$ instead of a 50M$ Player, not a 10M$ instead of a 100M$ player. If this is the case you are playing the wrong system

 

You don't follow Argetina closely. Higuaín can't play with Agüero, Di María has been absolutely awful for the last 30 games more or less and Dybala is also bad for nt and plays the same as Messi. Honestly, my only complain for the coach today is not starting Pavón. I think that is a big mistake.

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53 minutes ago, Monzanator said:

Eriksen was invisible in the 2nd half. If Australia showed more courage, they could have won this.

 

And yet he was Man of the Match according to the FIFA users. Those are a joke and have been for half the matches (just the fact that Yussuf Poulsen was in DEN-PER shows it quite well)

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8 minutes ago, LDOG said:

 

Not a single one of them is argentinian :lol:

 

If I could guess, I'd say that most of them are Asians/Africans (no insults to anyone), who only experience football as Barca vs Madrid and Messi vs Ronaldo.

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6 minutes ago, Agger said:

 

6 minutes ago, Agger said:

And yet he was Man of the Match according to the FIFA users. Those are a joke and have been for half the matches (just the fact that Yussuf Poulsen was in DEN-PER shows it quite well)

 

Yeah, that's bullshit. Leckie was far more invloved in attack than Eriksen and the Arzani sub created more danger in front of goal than Eriksen all match IMO. Eriksen did what Ronaldo in the Morocco game. Score an early goal and do nothing after that.

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Group C

 Denmark - Australia 1:1 (1:1)   

Goals 7. Eriksen 1:0 - 38. Jedinak (11m) 1:1

 

Yellow Cards:  Poulsen, Sisto.

Officials: Mateu Lahoz - Cebrian, Diaz (all ESP), 40.727 attendance

 

Denmark:  Schmeichel - Dalsgaard, Kjaer, Christensen, Larsen - Delaney, Schöne, Eriksen - Poulsen (58. Braithwaite), N. Jörgensen (68. Cornelius), Sisto

 

Australia:  Ryan - Risdon, Sainsbury, Milligan, Behich - Jedinak, Mooy - Leckie, Rogic (82. Irvine), Kruse (68. Arzani) - Nabbout (75. Juric)

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Monzanator said:

 

 

Yeah, that's bullshit. Leckie was far more invloved in attack than Eriksen and the Arzani sub created more danger in front of goal than Eriksen all match IMO. Eriksen did what Ronaldo in the Morocco game. Score an early goal and do nothing after that.

 

Wouldn't quite say nothing. He was better than against Peru where it was pretty much just the assist but no doubt that he hasn't shown what he can yet. If a Dane should have been Man of the Match this time I would say Kjær or maybe Delaney (though I agree on what you say about that one).

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