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Italy beat hosts Finland 2-1 on 8/9, thereby winning all six matches played in Group J.
After this victory, Italy reached 18 points over six matches, nine points ahead of Armenia’s third team. The rules for Euro 2020 qualifies that the top two teams in each group in the qualifying round will win tickets to the final round. Roberto Mancini’s teachers, therefore, only need to win four points in the remaining four matches to win tickets to Euro 2020. Despite losing to Italy, Finland is having the opportunity to attend a major tournament for the first time when finishing second with three More points than Armenia.
Better control of the ball, Italy created the opportunity to eat in the first half. The most obvious is the volley near the edge of the penalty area of Stefano Sensi, forcing goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky to fly all the way to prevent. Sensi then has a long shot off the column.
Finland had difficulty putting the ball up due to Italy’s high pressing style. They use a lot of high kicks in the hope the strikers will take advantage of the height to cause mutations. However, goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma had to deal with such a fair play.
Early in the second half, Finland created an opportunity soon with a deflected shot of the high-striker Teemu Pukki. But when the team could not find the net, they had conceded goals. A cross from Federico Chiesa touched the head of a Finnish player and found the location of Ciro Immobile. The Italian striker headed the ball and smacked the ball into the crossbar into the net.
Finland 1-2 Italy
This opener ended the 10-match streak in Immobile’s Italy squad. The last time he scored was a 1-0 win over Israel in September 2017. The striker is playing for Lazio so the emotion is happy. However, the joy of Italy lasted more than 10 minutes.
During a cross from the right wing into the penalty area, Pukki was fouled. On the penalty spot, the striker of the Norwich club staff fooled Donnarumma to make up for Finland. But seven minutes later, the referee blew a second penalty, this time for Italy, after a touch of the ball in the penalty area of Sauli Vaeisaenen. On the 11m mark, Jorginho missed a shot, making goalkeeper Hradecky unable to touch the ball in the right direction.
The 2004 champion was defeated by Russian club Krasnodar by the away goal rule in the third qualifying round.
Porto won 1-0 away from home in the first leg. However, dramatic happenings took place in the second leg when coach Sergio Conceicao’s side were soon conceded by Dutch midfielder Tonny Vilhena. Shapi Suleymanov then scored two consecutive goals to help Krasnodar lead 3-0 after the first half.
Ze Luis and Luis Diaz’s second goal in the second half only helped Porto equalize after 3-3 matches, but the Portuguese team was still eliminated by the away goal rule.
Winning a surprise victory, Krasnodar will meet the Greek club Olympiacos in the play-off round to win tickets to the Champions League group stage. Olympiacos overcame Basaksehir Turkey 3-0 to continue. This is Porto’s second absence in the Champions League. When Jose Mourinho led the club to the championship in 2004, Krasnodar didn’t even exist. The third club in the Russian championship last season was established in 2008.
In the semi-finals of the Champions League last season, Ajax experienced a heartbreaking match against Greek champion PAOK Salonika. After two 2-2 draws in the first leg, PAOK took the lead in the Netherlands thanks to a strike from Diego Biseswar – an adult player from Ajax training.
Dusan Tadic missed a penalty but then equalized for Ajax on the spot 11m at the end of the first half. Nicolas Tagliafico scored the second half with 10 minutes remaining to help Ajax lead 4-3 after two matches. Tadic once again scored a successful penalty to determine the ticket for the Dutch team, although Biseswar had another goal in injury time.
Ajax will face Cyprus club APOEL Nicosia in the play-off round. This team beat Qarabag 2-0 away in the second leg after losing 1-2 in the first leg. In another match, Belgian Club Club Brugge overcame Dynamo Kyiv 4-3 after the two teams drew 3-3 in the second leg.
“If you look at the top 500 players in our rankings, the” number 10 “ratio has decreased since 2013” – Omar Chaudhuri, head of research and 21st Club football analysis share. “In 2013, 59/500 was” No. 10 “, but from 2014 to 2019, this number was reduced to 51, 41, 37, 30, 30, 30. In other words, the number of” 10 “is ancient. Dictionary has halved in the past 6 years”.
Each attacking midfielder is charged with a creative season. For example Mesut Ozil 2015/16, created 28 opportunities considered a creative season. Of the 100 most creative seasons (counting a total of five top European leagues, except Ligue 1) from attacking midfielders in this decade – are determined by the number of opportunities created at the position. that – only 16 of them happened after the 2015/16 season. The most creative season after Mesut Oezil 2015/16 is Mesut Oezil 2016/17.
However, in the “number 10” role, he created 69 opportunities – less than half of what he had done the previous season. More importantly, the 2016/17 season marks the first time after 20 years that Arsenal have not played in the top four of the Premier League.
There seems to be a limit to what a team can achieve when their creative play is directly through “number 10”. Or, at least, the coaches of the top teams in the world think that there is a limit.
Pressing height has become the strategy of most clubs hoping to conquer the Champions League championship in recent seasons. In order to press effectively, the team needs to have some diagrams when controlling the ball, but for “number 10” to cause maximum damage, he must be able to move to find space. Coach Juergen Klopp once said “No constructive midfielder in the world can be good at a counterattack.”He said incorrectly, because he had followed the tactical trend for the past 5 years.
Above all, deploying attacks through a player is not the most effective way to win. When transfer
Remember the 2015/16 season when Leicester shocked the world football with the Premier League championship, despite the odds of 1/5000, but that season also saw the top performance of Mesut Ozil, the most creative midfielder in the top five European leagues in this decade.
According to TruMedia’s data, Mesut Oezil created 146 chances to score in 35 Premier League matches in the 2015/16 season – 20 times more than any other player since 2010. The German midfielder carried out 19 assists – a Premier League record in this decade, as well as creating 28 clear chances (Big Chances). From September 26 to November 21, he scored assists in seven consecutive matches – an achievement that no Premier League player has ever done before and even after that. In fact, only 18 other players scored 7 assists in the whole 2015/16 season.
Despite leading the expectations score (xG) and losing expectations (xGA), Arsenal finished the season in second place, behind Leicester. If Arsenal’s results are consistent with their performances, perhaps Arsene Wenger and his coaches have won the championship and Mesut Oezil could win the ‘Best Player of the Year’ award. But even the German midfielder did not appear in the ‘Typical squad’ voted by PFA. Instead of being remembered as an achievement of top creativity, Mesut Oezil’s 2015/16 season gave another indication: Player and his position will never be important.
Mesut Oezil’s position will never be important again
Think about the best teams in the world. Not many of them are built around classic “number 10” gameplay. Man City turned both their “10s” – Kevin de Bruyne and David Silva – into traditional midfielders. Bayern Munich did the same with James Rodriguez, while their top-class footer was Joshua Kimmich, a full-back. Liverpool did so, depending on the creativity in the two wing corridors, and they won the Champions League in 2019 after selling “No. 10” Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona. The 27-year-old midfielder struggled in Spain, when Barcelona built a play around Leo Messi – the world’s top superstar. Meanwhile, in Italy, the Juventus squad doesn’t have any players scoring more than 10 assists in the last season of 2018/19.
The Argentina team lost with a score of 0-2 against this year’s Copa America home team, Brazil, two players Gabriel Gabriel and Roberto Firmino in the match that took place on the morning of the last 3.6.
According to Argentine Labor, the match had “serious and disgusting mistakes from the referees” that were the only two ball phase Sergio Aguero and Nicolas Otamendi were fouled in the penalty area. Argentina captain Lionel Messi also expressed dissatisfaction with the referee team led by Rody Zambrano – Ecuadorian.
Messi thinks there are too many fouls but VAR has never been used at all throughout the match despite being applied in all previous Copa America matches. Argentine Labor President Claudio Tapia sent a letter to comfort and support Messi’s opinion in the post-match interview. Mr. Tapia also expressed clearly in the complaint letter to CONMBEBOL that:
“It is unreasonable to not use VAR in two situations and it has affected the game.”
He also expressed “doubts about morality, honesty and transparency” during the last defeat of Argentina.
Brazil is also accused by the Argentina FA of Brazil taking advantage of the Copa America to benefit its political image. Specifically, Mr. Jair Bolsonaro – Brazil’s new national president had a welcome screen for fans in the middle of the time even though FIFA had stipulated political factors are not allowed to interfere in football matches.
More seriously, there was the allegation from GloboEsporte that the security of the new Brazilian president caused confusion in radio communications between the referee and the VAR in the last semi-final.
Alisson won the best individual Copa America award
Brazil has yet to kick the 2019 Copa America final but Alisson Becker has officially won the Golden Gloves with the best performance in the tournament is five clean sheets.
Alisson retained his form since the end of the 2018/19 season and since the Champions League semi-final semi-final against Barcelona, the Liverpool goalkeeper has been through nine consecutive games without ever reaching the ball-net.
After a week of competition, the Copa America 2019 gave the audience a lot of emotion with the top matches. Here are 3 worth-noticing things about this tournament.
1. The team plays the worst
Ecuador is the worst team to date, with five yellow cards of Mendez, Angel Mena, Arboleda, Carlos Gruezo, Velasco and two red cards of Babriel Achilier and Quinteros after two matches.
Not stopping there, Ecuador also has a number of pretty big mistakes (34 times). This turned Ecuador into the ugliest Copa America 2019 team and it would be disadvantageous to consider the Fair-play score to enter the inner round.
2. The most surprising team
Argentina is the top name in the surprise category in Copa this year. Despite being a candidate for the championship, Argentina showed a weak face after losing to Colombia in the first game and struggling to get a draw against Japan.
After 2 turns of matches, Argentina ranked at the bottom of Group B with 1 point obtained and the goal coefficient is -2. This makes Messi and his teammates unable to take over their own decisions but has to wait for the result after the final round and the condition is enough to win against Qatar with a strong score.
3. The best team
Colombia is the team that shows the cohesion as well as the very good form in the Copa America 2019. After surpassing the champion candidate Argentina in the first leg, Colombia continues to defeat defending champion Asia, Qatar to “the main road” is the first team to enter the 2019 Copa America quarterfinal early 1 round.
Coach Carlos Queiroz expressed his confidence as well as confirmed not to be bored with any team and will close the group stage with 3 wins, to declare his ambition to win the tournament.
China hosts the 2023 Asian Cup
AFC has officially announced that China has won the 2023 Asian Cup bid. This will be the second time this tournament has been held in China, the first of which took place in 2004. Known outside. China, Indonesia and Thailand, and South Korea all campaigned for hostage but later withdrew. China proposes 12 cities to host (without Changzhou) and is expected to build a new stadium in 9 cities.
Neymar’s “victim” lawyer gave up the lawsuit
According to Globo in Brazil, the case of the alleged rape of Neymar had a new development when the “victim” had been abandoned by the lawyer he hired. The reason is that the lawyer noticed that the victim told the police that he was beaten, but then told the media that he was raped. The hired law firm said it suspected the girl had deliberately changed her testimony and that meant it could be criminally handled.
Lopetegui leads Sevilla
Sevilla has appointed manager Julen Lopetegui to become the club’s coach as a three-year contract. Lopetegui was fired by Real Madrid in October 2018 and will work in Sevilla after the club broke up with interim manager Joaquin Caparros, who suffered from leukemia shortly after taking office in March.
Sanchez was “questioned” by fans because he liked Liverpool as the European king
Alexis Sanchez has made the “Reds Manchester City” fans unhappy when he publicly liked the picture of Liverpool to improve the Champions League championship in 2018 19 on the Instagram profile page.
Alexis Sanchez annoys MU fans by pressing “Like” pictures of Liverpool to lift Champions League trophy on former teammate Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s Instagram page.
“Do not care who you are, but MU players congratulate Liverpool is unacceptable”, angry fans. “Isn’t this embarrassing enough? Sanchez went to congratulate the enemy as if he were a Liverpool player”, the MU fan accused.
3. AC Milan
AC Milan is the most successful club in Italian football history. Juventus won more domestic titles but the San Siro team is the best in the European arena. The team was honored 7 times to improve the Champions League silver cup and became one of the many times the champion of the old continental top league.
AC Milan started to flourish under coach Arrigo Sacchi. Strategist Italy has made the club a real force in both Serie A and Europe. Within 5 years, they won 3 times in the league and Champions League.
Then in the 2000s, AC Milan once again converged the superstar star: Alessandro Nesta, Andrea Pirlo, Andriy Shevchenko, Kaka and Clarence Seedorf. They went to the C1 king 2 more times.
Barcelona is a major force in Spain and even Europe. The Catalan team has won the Champions League five times, 25 times to rise to the La Liga throne and won 30 trophies. In the 1950s, the “Blaugrana” constantly had to hide the rivalry of Real Madrid in every way.
Only when Johan Cruyff appeared, Barca’s era of success officially began. The former Dutch player focused on young players and promoted the La Masia training kiln. At that time, the bull’s great man owned the “dream team” and stormed La Liga and the C1 arena. The home team 6 times won the domestic league and once won the Champions League in the 1990s.
5. Real Madrid
Real Madrid is known as the “king of clubs”. In terms of reputation, title, not a team in the world comparable to “Los Blancos”. So far, White Vultures have won 13 Champions League titles, 33 times to lift the La Liga trophy and own 19 King trophies.
The golden age of Real began in the 1950s. The club has five consecutive steps to the C1 king. Alfredo Di Stefano, Ferenc Puskas, Jose Santamaria and Raymond Kopa have turned “Los Blancos” into the No. 1 force in soccer.
1. Manchester United
Founded in 1878, Manchester United is currently the most beloved club in England as well as soccer. The important thing, defeating the big rival Liverpool, “Red Devil” currently owns the number of titles of small and big top of the country. To date, the team has won a total of 20 Premier League titles, 3 Champions League titles, 12 FA trophies and a host of other remarkable achievements.
Man United began to emerge in the 1950s. Despite experiencing the 1958 Munich aircraft disaster, losing a lot of good players, however, the club quickly returned and proclaimed the European sky. At that time, MU owned many famous legends such as Bobby Charlton, George Best, Denis Law and Nobby Styles.
The golden age once again returned to Old Trafford‘s home team under the guidance of Alex Ferguson. In the 27-year lead of Manchester’s half-red, the Scottish strategist brought home countless superstars like Ryan Giggs, Roy Keane, Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham, Paul Scholes and Gary Neville. 13 Premier League titles, 2 Champions League and 5 FA trophies are achieved by Ferguson and the club.
2. Bayern Munich
Bayern was founded in 1900 and is the richest club in Germany. The “Bavarian league” 28 times stepped into the Bundesliga crown, 5 times the Champions League and 18 DFB-Pokal trophies. The home team became famous in the 1970s with a series of 3 consecutive times to improve the C1 silver cup. It was also the time when the home team of Allianz Arena owned the illustrious superstar such as Franz Beckenbauer, Gerd Muller, Paul Breitner and Sepp Maier.
In 1999, the name Bayern Munich once again made the village terrified. Legendary squad Lothar Matthaus, Stefan Effenberg, Oliver Kahn, Bixente Lizarazu and Giovane Elber helped the club dominate the domestic and European competitions. From now on to 2000, “Lobster” has won 12 Bundesliga titles and twice on the C1 king. That is why the team is always the most remarkable big man in the world.
Martial missed his appointment with France because of injury
The French Football Federation confirmed Sunday afternoon that striker Anthony Martial pulled out of France and returned to Man United due to injury.
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Martial missed his appointment with France because of injury
Marital was summoned by coach Didier Deschamps to France after nearly a year of absence after an impressive performance in M.U shirt over time. The 23-year-old striker is expected to be given an opportunity in France’s two matches against Moldova and Iceland in the EURO 2020 qualifier.
However, the joy of the player on the M.U payroll was short, when he was disqualified soon after that because of the injury. Yesterday, the French Football Federation (FFF) gave a confirmation of Martial’s work according to the advice of the doctors. The M.U striker suffered a right knee injury and a muscle ache following M.U’s defeat to Wolves in the FA Cup quarter-finals last weekend.
“Anthony Anthony Martial is having trouble relapsing his right knee injury. He once again felt intense pain in his right knee after Saturday’s game with Wolves,” announcing the FFF’s statement good.
Martial is currently at the Carrington training center to prepare for thorough tests. Replacing Martial in France is winger Thomas Lemar, who recently recovered from injury and returned to Atletico Madrid’s squad.