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Sami
June 16, 2006, 05:46 PM
The way argentina played today says a lot about how the team has come together so nicely... Serbia didnt even have a chance in the game...

Argentina defended (Heinze and sorin), passed the ball around and sent in throught balls for the forward with insane amount of accuracy. If they can keep this game up in the games to come... Even messi seemed on song even though he has been out of football for quite a while... take my word no team can stop them.

Argentina all the way...

Frost
June 16, 2006, 06:53 PM
What they showed today is a very dangerous alarm to other teams. They have so many options in the attacking line. Their bench are stronger than many other starter teams. They looked like true champions in every department. Also disproved many early predictions about this group of death.

Go Argentina...:up:

Miraz
June 16, 2006, 07:13 PM
Argentia crushed Serbia without using the following players who can easily feature in the starting eleven and that will make Argentina even Stronger.

COLOCCINI PALACIO , MILITO AIMAR, Julio CRUZ

I am quite surprised that Pakerman hasn't used Aimar and Julio Cruz. They are world class player and can change the match in any day.

Argentina is playing the best football of this tournament and they should win this world cup. I am waiting for Argentina Vs Holland match. I beleive that will be real test for Argentina.

SMHasan
June 16, 2006, 08:31 PM
Argentina scored second goal using total of 24 passes between them. It was an amazing goal.

ialbd
June 16, 2006, 08:35 PM
Argentina scored second goal using total of 24 passes between them. It was an amazing goal.

very true, this goal is a strong contender for the 'goal of the tournament'
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Banglatiger84
June 17, 2006, 02:17 AM
Yet I keep hearing that England is as good as this Argentina team!!

Terry and Rio would be taken to the cleaners if they came up against this swift one-touch football.

But seriously speaking, can Argentian maintain this form throughout the tournament?
Teams like Spain, Italy and Brazil can easily match them in any game.

thebest
June 17, 2006, 03:48 AM
Yet I keep hearing that England is as good as this Argentina team!!

Terry and Rio would be taken to the cleaners if they came up against this swift one-touch football.

But seriously speaking, can Argentian maintain this form throughout the tournament?
Teams like Spain, Italy and Brazil can easily match them in any game.

England even in their dream can not play that kind of passing football. I wonder why they play midfielders while their style is shoot from penalty box to opponents penalty box?:D

But the serious question peaking early? Those of us old enogh may remember Danish Team of 1986. They played sublime football in group stage, defeating Uruguay and Germany at ease. Is Argentina become the Denmark of 2006?

reverse_swing
June 17, 2006, 05:36 AM
But the serious question peaking early? Those of us old enogh may remember Danish Team of 1986. They played sublime football in group stage, defeating Uruguay and Germany at ease.

and then Butragueno massacred them in the knockout stage.:)

BangladeshFan
June 17, 2006, 07:29 AM
yes, i guess the real test will be against nederlands. their defence is way better than serbia or ivory coast, robben is a very good player and nilestroy as striker. the question is if sorin can contain robben. sorin is good when he goes into attack but tackling a very quick winger is another thing. also i hope they play 433 with crespo, tevez or saviola forward and messi just behind the two. if argentina goes out early in the WC it will be sad, player like messi can really cheer up the crowd.

mhferdaus
June 17, 2006, 08:55 PM
That match was absolute stunner, they played their games to perfection and I pray that they keep playing like that and better in all the coming matches of fifa2006 world cup.

Sami
June 17, 2006, 08:56 PM
Messi is masterclass on the right... he can attack the goal from the right with amazing skills... and his crosses are a thing of beauty... i dont think it would be wise to play messi the whole 90 minutes in the Netherlands game... Arg shud bring him on full time in the round of 16 and onwards ;)

mhferdaus
June 17, 2006, 09:13 PM
Messi is masterclass on the right... he can attack the goal from the right with amazing skills... and his crosses are a thing of beauty... i dont think it would be wise to play messi the whole 90 minutes in the Netherlands game... Arg shud bring him on full time in the round of 16 and onwards ;)

I think starting line up should remain the same, big powered substitutes like Tevez, Messi and Aimar should be used in a special time of need, and should be held on like a trump card :D, players like Messi Tevez and Aimar need only 20-30 minutes to change the course of the game if is in form.:up: