Thursday, June 29, 2006

The Quarter-finals…..


So waiting for the Quarter-finals kick…..Me tooooo.

So here they going to kick Today.

The First Match......

The Squads....

All The Very Best For Your Favorite Team.

Cheers For Them.

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Big name Big task…..Yeh

Yes I am talking about “Ronaldo Luiz Nazario da Silva” means yours’ and mine the only one RONALDO “9” yeh….

Why I am so happy ?????

Because he wears “9” and “9” is my Lucky number…….

Only occasionally can the bare facts and figures of a player’s career convey the sheer talent that they possess. Ronaldo Luiz Nazario da Silva is quite simply one of the greatest strikers in the history of world football, capable of leaving an entire team for dead with his darting runs and dribbling ability, voted FIFA World Player of the Year on three occasions and already a double FIFA World Cup™ winner. These honours are merely the tip of the iceberg in the record-breaking career of the man they call ‘The Phenomenon’.

Having been a member of the FIFA World Cup-winning Brazil squad in 1994, the prodigiously talented teenager joined Dutch side PSV Eindhoven in the same year. In only two years at the club, he scored 54 goals in a mere 57 games – an incredible average of just under a goal every game….Gosh Gosh and Gosh,

In 2002, he moved back to Spain with Real Madrid and the then Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari gambled on the forward’s return to form and fitness by calling him up to Brazil’s FIFA World Cup squad. No one could have predicted a better outcome. Not only had Brazil won their fifth FIFA World Cup, but the ‘Phenomenon’ was the tournament’s top scorer, netting eight goals in only seven games. Only Pele has netted as many goals for Brazil in the competition’s history – both players having scored 12 times.

And this time Ronaldo was looking to surpass that figure as well as overhaul Gerd Muller’s long-standing 14-goal record as top scorer in the history of the FIFA World Cup. And he has done that wooooooooo…

Ronaldo inscribed his name into football's history books on Tuesday 27th June 2006 by scoring a record-breaking 15th FIFA World Cup™ goal to take him clear of Gerd Muller as the tournament's all-time top marksman.

Saturday, June 17, 2006

Messi's Mess......

At 18 years of age, Messi is embarking on his first FIFA World Cup™ adventure, but any thoughts that he might be fazed by the occasion were dispelled very quickly indeed.

At just 18, Messi has already gone down in Argentine history. Better still, he has added his name to the list of a highly exclusive FIFA World Cup club: after Pele (1958), Manuel Rosas (1930) and Michael Owen (1998), he is now the fourth-youngest goalscorer in the history of the tournament. So, what's next? Will this ambitious youngster be targeting the ultimate goalscorers’ prize: the adidas Golden Shoe? Heaven knows that if anyone is capable of doing it at such a tender age, it's Messi.

Just by leaving the bench, he became the youngest player in the history of Argentine football to play at a FIFA World Cup, and within a few minutes, he had become their youngest-ever scorer.

Just three minutes had passed, in fact, when the teenager outwitted the opposing defence with his skill and pace before delivering a pinpoint cross. From five yards, Hernan Crespo could hardly fail to score.

Teamwork tells for awesome Argentina.....

That was the real team effort GOAL….
It passes across 24 legs and finally in to the NET….WaaaO.
If you have missed to watch that goal…hey you really missed something if you love Football.

Lemme explain in brief about that GOAL…

It was a wonderfully constructed 'team' goal, Juan Sorin starting things off and involving Javier Saviola who played a one-two before spreading a pass to Esteban Cambiasso. From there it went to Hernan Crespo who controlled and applied a clever back-heel which Cambiasso struck high into the roof of the net.

By the way above is the very brief of that goal……but actually it went across 24 legs….

Argentina's with a swaggering 6-0 victory and afterwards the superlatives flowed with the same ease as the two-times champions found when cutting through a waning Serbia and Montenegro defence.

In conclusion:
If anyone doubted Argentina's credentials, they can doubt no more. As for Serbia and Montenegro, this ‘nightmare group’ has become just that.You gt to watch the mess of Messi.


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