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South American Cup 2014: River and Estudiantes to eighth-finals

Sep 17. In the second leg of round of 16, River won 2-0 against Godoy Cruz at the Monumental with two goals from Mora (28, 32 -header-). Goals. In eighth-finals, River visit Libertad in Paraguay.
Sep 3. In the first leg, River beat Godoy Cruz 1-0 in Mendoza with a header from Pezzella at 92nd minute.

Sep 16. In the second leg of round of 16, Estudiantes beat Gimnasia 1-0 at the 'Unique' stadium with goal from Vera at 49th minute. In eighth-finals, Estudiantes host winners of Peñarol-Deportivo Cali.
Sep 3. In the first leg, Gimnasia and Estudiantes ended in a scoreless draw at the 'Forest'. Box score.

Sep 4. In the first leg of round of 16, Boca drew 1-1 with Rosario Central in Arroyito. They went ahead with goal from Marín (37) but Becker scored the equaliser from a free kick for the 'Scoundrels' (96). Goals. Second leg takes place at the 'Chocolate Box' stadium on Wednesday 17.

Lanús start in eighth-finals.


Argentina Cup 2013/14: San Lorenzo eliminated

Sep 17. In eighth-finals, San Lorenzo lost 2-1 to Defensa y Justicia.
Aug 20. River drew 0-0 with Colón and won 4-2 in the shoot-out.

Aug 12. Round of 16 of Argentina Cup 2013/14 ended today. There are 16 teams left: 10 from First A, 4 from National B, 1 from First B and 1 from Argentine A.

Champions qualify for Libertadores Cup 2015 and for Argentine Super Cup against River (champions of Super Final 2013/14).


Newell's get closer

Sep 15. In week 7 of Transition 2014, Newell's beat Olimpo 1-0 at Marcelo Bielsa stadium with a penalty from Scocco at 85th minute.

River lead the standings with 16 points followed by Newell's and Independiente with 15 Vélez and Lanús with 13, At.Rafaela with 12 and Rosario Central with 10. In week 8, on Friday, Lanús visit Quilmes. On Saturday, Vélez host At.Rafaela and derby of La Plata. On Sunday, River host Independiente. On Monday, Newell's visit Racing.

You can see the complete schedule, the best transfers report and the new squads. We have a section for the new jerseys and you can see the line-ups.

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Lanús celebrate in the derby

Sep 14. In week 7 of Transition 2014, Arsenal - River was postponed because of rain. It will be played on Thursday 25.

Lanús beat Banfield 1-0 at the 'Fortress' with goal from Silvio Romero at 48th minute.

Vélez lost 1-0 to Belgrano at Mario Kempes stadium with goal from Zelarayán at 14th minute.

Boca were winning 1-0 against Racing at the 'Chocolate Box' stadium with goal from Calleri at 26th minute but it was suspended because of rain at 57th minute. It will be continued on Thursday 25.


Independiente on streak

Sep 13. In week 7 of Transition 2014, Independiente beat Quilmes 5-3 at Libertadores de América stadium. They were losing with goal from Sarmiento (10). They turned the scoring around with two penalties from goalkeeper Rodríguez (27, 52) and one goal from Riaño (60). 'Brewers' managed to draw with a penalty from Klusener (71) and one goal from Zacaría (85). 'Red Devils' finally won with goals from Riaño (91) and Mancuello (93). Goals.

Rosario Central were hammered 4-1 by Tigre in Victoria. They went ahead with goal from Valencia (28) but 'Matador' turned the game around with goals from 'Chinese' Luna (40 -penalty-, 47+) and one from Rincón (57) and Bertoglio (80). Goals.

Atlético Rafaela won 1-0 against Estudiantes at the 'New Monumental' with a penalty from Eluchans at 62nd minute.

San Lorenzo beat Godoy Cruz 2-1 at the 'New Gasometre'. They were losing with goal from Fernández (26) but they turned the scoring around with a penalty from Ortigoza (55) and one goal from Cauteruccio (60). Goals.


Defensa y Justicia hammer Gimnasia

Sep 12. In week 7 of Transition 2014, Defensa y Justicia hammered Gimnasia, which reserved many usual starters for South American Cup, 3-0 at the 'Forest' with goals from Yacuzzi (19), Barbieri (59) and Rodríguez (92). Goals.

Tata Martino starts with a victory

Sep 3. In the first match of Martino's age, Argentina beat Germany 4-2 in Düsseldorf. They started winning with goals from Agüero (20), Lamela (40), F.Fernández (47) and Di María (49). Champions of the world closed the gap with goals from Schürrle (52) and Götze (78). Goals. Argentina lined up: Romero (80 Andújar); Zabaleta (77 Campagnaro), F.Fernández, Demichelis, Rojo; Mascherano, Biglia; Lamela (68 Gago), E.Pérez (46 A.Fernández), Di María (86 R.Álvarez); Agüero (83 Gaitán).

Next confirmed friendlies: October 11 against Brazil in Beijing and Oct 14 against Hong Kong in Hong Kong.

Aug 31. Five players are out of the list because of injuries: Messi, Garay, Maxi Rodríguez, Palacio and Orión. Tata added Lamela (TOT-ENG) and Gaitán (BEN-POR).

Aug 12. Gerardo 'Tata' Martino was confirmed as new coach of our National Team. For the first friendly he called up the full 23-players World Cup squad.


Libertadores Cup: San Lorenzo champions

Aug 13. In the second leg of the final, San Lorenzo beat Nacional from Paraguay 1-0 at 'New Gasometre' stadium with a penalty from Ortigoza at 36th minute and became champions of the Libertadores Cup for the first time in their history. In December, they will play the Club World Cup in Morocco as well as Real Madrid.

Aug 6. In the first leg, San Lorenzo drew 1-1 with Nacional de Paraguay in Asunción. They went ahead with goal from Matos (65) but Santa Cruz scored the equaliser for home team (93), with twenty seconds left. Goals.


Suruga Bank Cup: Lanús runners-up

Aug 6. In Suruga Bank Cup 2014, Lanús (champions of South American Cup 2013) lost 2-1 to Kashiwa Reysol (champions of Japanese Cup). They were losing with goal from Takayama (44). Somoza scored the equaliser (59) helped by a rebound on Masushima. Leandro gave the victory to the Japanese team from a penalty (89). Goals.

This cup is not important at all but winners count it as a new international title.


South American Cup Winners Cup: Lanús runners-up

Jul 23. In the second leg of South American Cup Winners Cup 2014, Lanús won 3-2 against Atlético Mineiro in Belo Horizonte and forced extra time. But then, they scored two own goals and lost the Cup. Diego Tardelli opened the scoring from a penalty (7) for home team. 'Garnets' turned the game around with goals from Ayala (9) and Silva (26). Maicosuel scored the equaliser for 'Galo' (38) and Acosta forced extra time in final minute (94). In extra time, Gómez (103) and Ayala (112) scored own goals. Goals.

Jul 16. In the first leg, Lanús (champions of South American Cup 2013) lost 1-0 to Atlético Mineiro (champions of Libertadores Cup 2013) at the 'Fortress' with goal from Diego Tardelli at 66th minute.


Argentina to the final on penalties

Jul 9. In semifinals, Argentina drew 0-0 with Netherlands in Brasilia and won 4-2 on penalties. Romero saved first shot to Vlaar and third one to Sneijder. Robben and Kuyt scored for Netherlands. Argentina scored all four shots: Messi, Garay, Agüero and Maxi Rodríguez. Shoot-out. Argentina lined up: Romero; Zabaleta, Demichelis, Garay, Rojo; Biglia, Mascherano, E.Pérez (81 Palacio); Higuaín (81 Agüero), Messi, Lavezzi (101 Maxi Rodríguez). Argentina played an almost perfect defensive game. Attack was not so spicy. In the lottery, we could celebrate. In the final, Argentina face Germany on Sunday at 4 pm at the Maracaná stadium.

Jul 1. In eighth-finals,Argentina beat Switzerland 1-0 in São Paulo with goal from Di María at 118th minute. Goal. Argentina lined up: Romero; Zabaleta, F.Fernández, Garay, Rojo (105 Basanta); Gago (106 Biglia), Mascherano, Di María; Lavezzi (74 Palacio), Messi, Higuaín. Suiza bet on penalties and Argentina looked for the goal all the game, specially in both second halves, but with lack of creativity in the attacking. Messi found Di María in final minutes and the Swiss resistance came to an end.

Jun 25. In the third game of Group F, Argentina won 3-2 against Nigeria in Porto Alegre with two goals from Messi (3, 46+ -free kick-) and one from Rojo (50). Musa scored two equalisers (4, 47). Goals. Argentina lined up: Romero; Zabaleta, F.Fernández, Garay, Rojo; Gago, Mascherano, Di María; Messi (63 R.Álvarez), Higuaín (91 Biglia), Kun Agüero (38 Lavezzi). It was a game like we expected before WC. Argentina with a good attack and a poor defense, but scoring once more than rivals. If Messi is on, there's a team. Agüero got injured and won't play at least in next two games.

Argentina won Group F with 9 points followed by Nigeria with 4.

Jun 21. In the second game, Argentina beat Iran 1-0 in Belo Horizonte with goal from Messi at 91st minute. Argentina lined up: Romero; Zabaleta, F.Fernández, Garay, Rojo; Gago, Mascherano, Di María (94 Biglia); Messi, Higuaín (77 Palacio), Kun Agüero (77 Lavezzi). Irán defended well and Argentina had no ideas to open their defense. They were getting a deserved draw but we have Messi, who could build a half-metre gap in the closed defense and gave the ticket to next round to Argentina.

Jun 15. In the first game, Argentina beat Bosnia 2-1 at Maracaná stadium with an own goal from Kolasinac (3) and one goal from Messi (65). Ibisevic closed the gap for Bosnia (84). Goals. Argentina lined up: Romero; Zabaleta, Campagnaro (ST Gago), F.Fernández, Garay, Rojo; Maxi Rodríguez (ST Higuaín), Mascherano, Di María; Messi, Kun Agüero (87 Biglia). Despite the early advantage, Argentina never were comfortabe with the 5-3-2 system. After substitutions in halftime, there was a change in the attitude and Messi came back to game.

Jun 2. Sabella announced the final 23-players list for World Cup Brazil 2014: 1-Romero (MON-FRA), 2-Garay (BEN-POR), 3-Campagnaro (INT-ITA), 4-Zabaleta (MCI-ENG), 5-Gago (BOC), 6-Biglia (LAZ-ITA), 7-Di María (RMA-SPA), 8-Enzo Pérez (BEN-POR), 9-Higuaín (NAP-ITA), 10-Messi (BAR-SPA), 11-Maxi Rodríguez (NEW), 12-Orión (BOC), 13-Augusto Fernández (CEL-SPA), 14-Mascherano (BAR-SPA), 15-Demichelis (MCI-ENG), 16-Rojo (SPL-POR), 17-F.Fernández (NAP-ITA), 18-Palacio (INT-ITA), 19-Ricky Álvarez (INT-ITA), 20-Agüero (MCI-ENG), 21-Andújar (CAT-ITA), 22-Lavezzi (PSG-FRA), 23-Basanta (MON-MEX). Out: Otamendi (AMI-BRA), Banega (NEW), Sosa (AMA-SPA), Lisandro López (GET-SPA), Mercado (RIV); Rinaudo (CAT-ITA); Di Santo (WBR-GER).


River winners of the Super Final

May 24. In the Super Final of season 2013/14, River won 1-0 against San Lorenzo in San Luis with a header from Pezzella at 73rd minute.

River qualified for South American Cup 2014 and Super Cup where they will face winners of Argentina Cup 2014 on December 7.


River and Vélez to Libertadores Cup 2015

May 19. Five teams qualify for Libertadores Cup 2015. 1) River (Champions of Final 2013/14), 2) Champions of Transition 2014. 3) Vélez (Best of overall standings 2013/14). 4) Champions of Argentina Cup. 5) Best placed in South American Cup 2014.

Vélez were the best of overall standings. Boca were the runners-up and will qualify if River or Vélez win Transition 2014.


River champions

May 18. In week 19 of the Final 2013/14, River hammered Quilmes 5-0 at the Monumental stadium with two goals from Cavenaghi (10, 71), a header from Mercado (25), and one goal from Ledesma (63) and Teo Gutiérrez (90). Goals. River won their 35th championship and qualified for Libertadores Cup 2015.

Estudiantes lost 2-1 to Tigre in Victoria. They were winning with goal from Carrillo (24) but 'Matador' turned the scoring around with goals from Itabel (43) and Godoy (48). Goals.

Gimnasia lost 1-0 to Boca at the 'Forest' with goal from Acosta at 13th minute.

Lanús and Newell's drew 1-1 at the 'Fortress'. Ayala opened the scoring for 'Garnets' (26) and Castro scored the equaliser for the 'Leprosy' (50). Goals.

River, the champions, ended at the top of the standings with 37 points, followed by Boca, Estudiantes and Godoy Cruz with 32 and Gimnasia with 31.

You can see the complete schedule, the best transfers report, the relegation standings and the new squads. We have a section for the new jerseys and you can see the line-ups.

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Argentine Supercup: Vélez champions

Jan 31. Second edition of the Argentine Supercup took place in San Luis between Vélez (champions of Season 2012/13) and Arsenal (champions of Argentina Cup 2012/13).

Vélez beat Arsenal 1-0 with goal from Canteros at 60th minute.


San Lorenzo champions

Dec 15, 2013. In week 19 of the Initial 2013/14, San Lorenzo drew 0-0 with Vélez in Liniers, won the Initial 2013/14 and qualified for Libertadores Cup 2014. Box score.

Newell's and Lanús drew 2-2 at Marcelo Bielsa stadium. The 'Leprosy' went ahead twice with one goal from Pérez (52) and an own goal from Izquierdoz (67). 'Garnets' managed to draw twice with headers from Goltz (55) and Pereyra Díaz (74). Goals. If any of them had won, they would have played a final game against San Lorenzo, but no one won.

San Lorenzo, the champions, ended at the top of the standings with 33 points followed by Lanús, Vélez and Newell's with 31, Arsenal with 30 and Belgrano, Boca and At.Rafaela with 29. Final 2013/14 championship will begin on Friday. February 7.

You can see the complete schedule, the best transfers report, the relegation standings and the new squads. We have a section for the new jerseys and you can see the line-ups.

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South American Cup 2013: Lanús champions

Dec 11, 2013. In the second leg of the finals, Lanús beat Ponte Preta 2-0 at the 'Fortress' with goals from Ayala (25) and Blanco (48+). Goals. Lanús are the champions and will play Libertadores 2014, South American Cup Winners Cup and Suruga Cup.

Dec 4. In the first leg, Lanús drew 1-1 with Ponte Preta at Pacaembu stadium. They went ahead with a free kick from Goltz (57) but the Brazilian team managed to draw with a free kick from Felipe Bastos (78). Goals.


"Super Final": Vélez champions

Jun 29, 2013. The "Super Final" between champions of 2012/13 Initial and Final tournaments took place in Mendoza. Vélez beat Newell's 1-0 with goal from Pratto at 9th minute. Newell's had the chance to tie but Sosa saved a penalty shot by Scocco (31). Vélez qualified for South American Cup 2013, Argentine Supercup 2012/13 and Libertadores 2014.

AFA considered this as an official tournament so they added a championship to Vélez. We think that 1 or 2 games tournaments don't deserve such an honour, they are just made to inflate records. Vélez had been awarded the star after winning Initial 2012 and this game is not enough to receive another one.

Initial tournament 2013/14 start on Friday, August 2.


South American U-17: Argentina champions

Apr 28, 2013. In the last game of final round of the South American U-17 Championship in Argentina, Argentina drew 2-2 with Venezuela in San Luis. They were losing with goal from Ponce (17). They turned the scoring around with two goals from Suárez (20, 73). 'Red Wine' team managed to draw with goal from Peña (90). Goals.

Argentina (champions), Venezuela and Brazil ended the Final Round with 9 points followed by Uruguay with 8. All four qualified for the U17 World Cup in Dubai.

Mar 23. U-17 National Team coach, Humberto Grondona, called up 23 players: 1-Augusto Batalla (RIV), 2-Emnanuel Mammana (RIV), 3-Nicolás Pinto (BOC), 4-Nicolás Tripichio (VEL), 5-Germán Ferreyra (VEL), 6-Leandro Vega (RIV), 7-Jonathan Cañete (IND), 8-Marcelo Storm (VEL), 9-Sebastián Driussi (RIV), 10-Leonardo Suárez (BOC), 11-Marcos Aztina (LAN), 12-Axel Werner (RAF), 13-Fabricio Bustos (IND), 14-Lucio Compagnucci (VEL), 15-Rodrigo Moreyra (IND), 16-Dante Morán Correa (RIV), 17-Mauricio Del Castillo -Kun Agüero's brother- (IND), 18-Iván Leszczuk (BOC), 19-Franco Pérez (NEW), 20-Matías Sánchez (CHA), 21-Joaquín Ibáñez (LAN), 22-Matías Romero (BOC), 23-Fernando Benvenutti (ARS).


South American U-20: Argentina eliminated in first round

Jan 17, 2013. In the last game of first round of South American U-20, Argentina beat Colombia 3-2 in Mendoza in a match just played to complete the schedule -Argentina were eliminated before playing-. Alan Ruiz -penalty- (14), Iturbe -header- (47) and Allione (70) scored for Argentina. Perea -header- (51) and Quintero -free kick- (74) closed the gap for Colombia. Goals. Chile won the group with 12 points followed by Colombia and Paraguay with 6. Argentina ended at the fourth place with 4 points. Best three of each group qualified to final round. Best four of final round qualify for Youth World Cup in Turkey.

Jan 3. Luque got injured and keeper Musso was called up instead. (Conmebol required 3 keepers in the squad).
Dec 28. U-20 National Team coach, Marcelo Trobbiani, called up 22 players: 1-Walter Benítez (QUI), 2-Lisandro Magallán (BOC), 3-Carlos Ruiz (RIV), 4-Alan Aguirre (BOC), 5-Matías Kranevitter (RIV), 6-Jonathan Valle (NEW), 7-Juan Iturbe (POR-POR), 8-Lucas Romero (VEL), 9-Luciano Vietto (RAC), 10-Alan Ruiz (SLO), 11-Ricardo Centurión (RAC), 12-Andrés Mehring (COL), 13-Lautaro Giannetti (VEL), 14-Lucas Rodríguez (ARG), 15-Agustín Allione (VEL), 16-Marcos Fernández (COL), 17-Manuel Lanzini (RIV), 18-Federico Cartabia (VLM-SPA), 19-Juan Ignacio Cavallaro (UNI), 20-Lucas Melano (BEL), 21-Eros Medaglia (VEL), 22-Juan Musso (RAC) -Luque got injured-.


"Local" National Team: Argentina win in 90' but lose on penalties

Nov 21, 2012. In the second leg of "Superclásico de las Américas" Argentina beat Brazil 2-1 at the 'Chocolate Box' stadium, but lost 4-3 in the penalties shoot-out. Scocco scored twice (82 -penalty- and 90). Fred had scored the equaliser for Brazil (84). Goals. In the shoot-out, Argentina missed first two: Burrito Martínez got his shot saved and Montillo shot over the crossbar. Then, Domínguez, Scocco and Orión scored. For Brasil: Thiago Neves, Jean, Fred and Neymar scored. Orión saved third shot to Carlinhos. Argentina lined up: Orión; L.López, S.Domínguez, Desabato; Peruzzi, Cerro (88 Ahumada), Guiñazú, Vangioni; Montillo; J.M.Martínez, Barcos (69 Scocco).

Nov 20. Clemente Rodríguez and Braña are out because of injuries and Sabella added Ponzio (RIV).
Nov 19. Sabella called up 22 players: Orión (BOC), Ustari (BOC); Peruzzi (VEL), L.López (ARS), S.Domínguez (VEL), Desábato (EST), Vergini (NEW), Caire (COL), Clemente Rodríguez (BOC), Vangioni (NEW); Braña (EST), Guiñazú (INT-BRA), Ahumada (ABO), Cerro (VEL), Bella (VEL), Pablo Pérez (NEW), Mugni (COL), Montillo (CRU-BRA); Scocco (NEW), J.M.Martínez (COR-BRA), Barcos (PAL-BRA), Gigliotti (COL). Only players of Argentine and Brazilian championships can be called up.

Oct 3. Second leg of "Superclásico de las Américas" in Resistencia, Chaco, was suspended before kick off because of lack of energy with both teams in the field.

Sep 19. In the first leg of "Superclásico de las Américas", Argentina lost 2-1 to Brazil in Goiania. They went ahead with goal from 'Burrito -Little Donkey-' Martínez (20) but Brazil turned the scoring around with a header from Paulinho -offside- (26) and a penalty from Neymar (94). Goals. Argentina lined up: Ustari; Peruzzi, L.López (73 Vergini), Domínguez, Desábato, C.Rodríguez; Maxi Rodríguez, Braña, Guiñazú; J.M.Martinez (87 Somoza), Barcos (76 Funes Mori).


Libertadores Cup 2012: Boca runners-up

Jul 4, 2012. In the second leg of the final, Boca lost 2-0 to Corinthians at Pacaembu stadium with two goals from Emerson (53, 72). Goals. The Brazilian team were the champions and will play the Club World Cup in Japan.

Jun 27. In the first leg, Boca drew 1-1 with Corinthians at the 'Chocolate Box' stadium. They were winning with goal from Roncaglia (73) but Romarinho scored the equaliser for the Brazilian team. Goals.


New section: Argentine players abroad

Apr 9. We added Chile to the list.

Mar 12. We added the new section Argentine players abroad. It includes Argentine players who play in the most important First Divisions of the world and Argentine and foreign players who played in First A in our country.
We started with nine leagues and we accept and thank information for other leagues.


World Cup U-20: Argentina out on penalties

Aug 13, 2011. In quarter-finals of U-20 World Cup in Colombia, Argentina drew 0-0 with Portugal in Cartegena and lost 5-4 in the penalties shoot-out. Shoot-out and lineups. Andrada had saved two shots and Lamela, Iturbe and Nervo had scored. Argentina were winning 3-1 and had two chances of qualifying but González Pires crashed the crossbar and Mika saved Alan Ruiz' shot. Vuletich scored sixth shot and Mika saved the last shot to Tagliafico.

Aug 9. In eighth-finals, Argentina won 2-1 against Egypt in Medellín with two penalties from Lamela (42, 64). Salah closed the gap for Egypt (70), also from a penalty. Goals and lineups.

Jul 22. U-20 National Team coach, Walter Perazzo, called up 21 players for the Youth World Cup in Colombia: 1-Esteban Andrada (LAN), 2-Germán Pezzela (RIV), 3-Nicolás Tagliafico (BAN), 4-Hugo Nervo (ARS), 5-Ezequiel Cirigliano (RIV), 6-Leonel Galeano (IND), 7-Matías Laba (ARG), 8-Roberto Pereyra (RIV), 9-Facundo Ferreyra (BAN), 10-Erik Lamela (ROM-ITA), 11-Juan Iturbe (CPO-PAR), 12-Emiliano Rey (RIV), 13-Lucas Kruspzky (IND), 14-Adrián Martínez (SLO), 15-Alan Ruiz (GIM), 16-Lucas Villafáñez (HUR), 17-Rodrigo Battaglia (HUR), 18-Leandro González Pires (RIV), 19-Agustín Vuletich (VEL), 20-Martín Luque (COL), 21-Damían Martínez (ARS-ENG).


World Cup U-17: Argentina eliminated by penalties

Jun 30, 2011. In eighth-finals of U-17 World Cup in Mexico, Argentina drew 1-1 with England in Pachuca but lost 4-2 in the penalties shoot-out. Padilla opened the scoring for our National Team (12) and Sterling scored the equaliser for the English team (40). Goals and lineups. In the shoot-out, Ocampos and Pugh scored first two shots, but then, English keeper saved two shots kicked by Iñíguez and Allione.

The squad is: 1-Bruno Galván (BOC), 2-Edgardo Báez (RAC), 3-Marcos Pinto (LAN), 4-Enzo Beloso (NEW), 5-Gaspar Iñíguez (ARG), 6-Facundo Cardozo (VEL), 7-Lucas Ocampos (RIV), 8-Matías Montero (RIV), 9-Lucas Vera Piris (LAN), 10-Brian Ferreira (VEL), 11-Jorge Valdez (LAN), 12-Nicolás Sequeira (LAN), 13-Maximiliano Padilla (BOC), 14-Alexis Zárate (IND), 15-Pablo Carreras (RIV), 16-Jonathan Silva (EST), 17-Agustín Allione (VEL), 18-Lucas Pugh (RIV), 19-Juan Rodríguez (RIV), 20-Martín Benítez (IND), 21-Nicolás Carrasco (RIV).


South American Cup: King of Cups is back, Independiente champions

Dec 8, 2010. In the second leg of the final, Independiente beat Goiás 3-1 at Libertadores de América Stadium and then won 5-3 in the penalties shoot-out. Julián Velázquez opened the scoring for the 'Red Devils' (19). Rafael Moura scored the equaliser from a header for Goiás (22) and Parra scored twice (27, 34) to force the shoot-out. Goals. In the penalties, all five Independiente shooters scored: Maxi Velázquez, Parra, Gracián, Matheu and Tuzzio. Felipe missed the third shot for the Brazilian team. Shoot-out.
Independiente not only won the title, but also qualified for Libertadores Cup 2011.

Dec 1. In the first leg, Independiente lost 2-0 to Goiás at Serra Dourada Stadium with goals from Rafael Moura (15) and Otacílio Neto (21). Goals. 'Red Devils' ended with ten: Silvera was sent off at 57th minute.


Club World Cup: Estudiantes runners-up

Dec 19, 2009. In the final of Club World Cup 2009, Estudiantes lost 2-1 to Barcelona in extra time in Abu Dhabi. 'Pinchas' were winning with a header from Boselli at 37th minute but Barça came from behind with a header from Pedro (88) and a goal from Messi, made with his chest (110). Goals.

Dec 15. In semifinals, Estudiantes beat South Korean Pohang Steelers 2-1 with two goals from Benítez (45 -free kick- and 53). Denilson closed the gap for the Korean team. Goals. Korean team ended with eight players.


Libertadores Cup: Estudiantes champions of America

Jul 15, 2009. In the second leg of the final, Estudiantes won 2-1 against Cruzeiro at the Mineirão Stadium in Belo Horizonte and they became champions of the Libertadores Cup for the fourth time in their history. They started losing with goal from Henrique at 52nd minute but they came from behind with goal from 'Gata -Pussycat-' Fernández (57) and a header from Boselli (73). Goals. In December, 'Pinchas' will play in the Club World Cup in United Arab Emirates with Barcelona and Mexican Atlante.

Jul 8. In the first leg, Estudiantes drew 0-0 with Cruzeiro in La Plata.


Olympic Games: Gold medal again !

Aug 23, 2008. In the final, Argentina beat Nigeria 1-0 with goal from Di María at 57th, chipping the ball over the goalkeeper after pass from Messi. Argentina lined up: Romero; Zabaleta, Garay, Pareja, Monzón; Mascherano, Gago; Messi (92nd Lavezzi), Riquelme; Di María (88th Banega), Agüero (79th Sosa). Argentina won the gold medal for second time in a row.

Aug 19. In semifinals, Argentina hammered Brazil 3-0 with two goals from Kun Agüero at 52nd and 57th after crosses from Di María and Garay and one penalty from Riquelme at 75th. Goals. Argentina lined up: Romero; Zabaleta, Garay, Pareja, Monzón; Mascherano, Gago; Messi, Riquelme (90th Sosa); Di María, Agüero. First half was levelled but in second half Argentina found spaces after the goals, Brazil lost control, ended with nine -Lucas and Thiago Neves saw the red card-, and the game ended in a historic victory.

Jul 31. The list with numbers for the Olympic Games in August from 7 to 23 was confirmed: 1-Ustari (GET-SPA), 2-Garay (RMA-SPA), 3-Fabián Monzón (BOC), 4-Zabaleta (ESP-SPA), 5-Gago (RMA-SPA), 6-Federico Fazio (SEV-SPA), 7-Sosa (BMU-GER), 8-Éver Banega (VAL-SPA), 9-Lavezzi (NAP-ITA), 10-Riquelme (BOC), 11-Di María (BEN-POR), 12-Pareja (AND-BEL), 13-Lautaro Acosta (SEV-SPA), 14-Mascherano (LIV-ENG), 15-Messi (BAR-SPA), 16-Kun Agüero (ATM-SPA), 17-Buonanotte (RIV), 18-Sergio Romero (ALK-NED), 22-Nicolás Navarro (NAP-ITA).


South American Cup: Arsenal champions

Dec 5, 2007. In the second leg of the final, Arsenal lost 2-1 to América at Racing Stadium but they became champions thanks to away goals. They were losing with goals from Christian Díaz -own goal- at 17th and Silva at 62nd and the cup was travelling to Mexico. But Andrizzi scored at 83rd and gave the first title to Arsenal.

Nov 30. In the first leg, Arsenal beat América 3-2 at México. They started losing with goal from Cabañas at 5th. Matellán scored the equaliser from a header at 31st. Argüello put the Mexican team ahead again at 53rd and "Papu" Gómez turned the score around with two goals at 56th and 65th. Arsenal ended with ten: Casteglione was sent off at 80th.


Historic third place for Los Pumas

Oct 19, 2007. Argentine rugby national team, Los Pumas, beat France 34-10 in the match for the third place of the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France. It was the best place for Los Pumas in the World Cups history.
South Africa had won the semifinal 37-13. In quarter-finals, Los Pumas beat Scotland 19-13. Los Pumas had won their four games of the group D: 17-12 over France, 33-3 over Georgia, 63-3 over Namibia and 30-15 over Ireland.

World Cup U-20: Argentina hexachampions

Jul 22, 2007. In the final match of U-20 World Cup at Canada, Argentina beat Czech Republic 2-1 at Toronto and became champions for the sixth time in their history (1979, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005). They started losing with goal from Fenin at 60th but they came back with goals from Kun Agüero at 62nd and Mauro Zárate at 85th. Argentina lined up: Romero; Mercado, Fazio, Sigali, Insúa; Sánchez, Banega, Piatti (80th Acosta), Moralez (92nd Cabral); M.Zárate, Kun Agüero.

The squad is: 1-Sergio Romero (RAC), 2-Federico Fazio (SEV-SPA), 3-Emiliano Insúa (LIV-ENG), 4-Gabriel Mercado (RAC), 5-Éver Banega (BOC), 6-Matías Cahais (BOC), 7-Claudio Yacob (RAC), 8-Matías Sánchez (RAC), 9-Mauro Zárate (VEL), 10-Sergio Agüero (ATM-SPA), 11-Damián Escudero (VEL), 12-Javier García (BOC), 13-Germán Voboril (SLO), 14-Leonardo Sigali (NCH), 15-Alejandro Cabral (VEL), 16-Alejandro Gómez (ARS), 17-Maxi Morález (RAC), 18-Ángel Di María (ROS), 19-Pablo Piatti (EST), 20-Lautaro Acosta (LAN), 21-Bruno Centeno (SLO).

Jan 28. Argentina qualified for Olympic Games Beijing 2008 (with Brazil) and for Youth World Cup Canada 2007 (with Brazil, Uruguay and Chile).


Libertadores Cup: Boca champions for sixth time

Jun 20, 2007. In the second leg of the finals, Boca won 2-0 over Gremio at Porto Alegre with goals from Riquelme at 68th and 80th and won Libertadores Cup for sixth time in their history.

Jun 13. In the first leg, Boca hammered Gremio 3-0 with goals from Palacio at 18th after Palermo's cross from the left, Riquelme at 73rd - free kick, Morel touched the ball and Román shot- and and own goal from Patrício at 88th after Ledesma's header.


End of dream after shoot-out

Jun 30, 2006. In quarter-finals Argentina lost 4-2 to Germany on the penalties shoot-out at Berlin. The match had ended 1-1. Ayala opened the scoring from a header at 49th after Riquelme's corner-kick from the right. Klose, also from a header, scored the equaliser at 80th. In the penalties shoot-out, Alemania scored four; in Argentina, Cruz scored, Ayala got his shot saved, Maxi Rodríguez scored and Lehmann saved Cambiasso's shot. Argentina lined up Abbondanzieri (71st Leo Franco -Pato was injured-); Coloccini, Ayala, Heinze, Sorín; Lucho González, Mascherano, Maxi Rodríguez, Riquelme (72nd Cambiasso); Tévez, Crespo (78th Cruz). Argentina had control of the ball during first half and Germany after first Argentine goal. Argentina had two scoring chances from counterattack but couldn't take profit of them. In extra-time, Argentina suffered the substitutions and were not deep in attack, even though they had the ball during second half of extra time.

Jun 24. In eighth-finals, at Leipzig, Argentina beat Mexico 2-1 in extra time. Rafa Márquez opened the scoring for the Mexican team at 5th and Crespo scored the equaliser at 10th after a corner-kick shot by Riquelme from the right. In extra time, at 98th, Maxi Rodríguez received an air pass, stopped the ball with his chest out of corner of the area on the right, and shot high with his left foot before the ball touched the ground to the opposite angle of the goalkeeper. Argentina line up: Abbondanzieri; Scaloni, Ayala, Heinze, Sorín; Maxi Rodríguez, Mascherano, Cambiasso (76th Aimar), Riquelme; Saviola (84th Messi), Crespo (75th Tévez). Mexico had a very good start, played better than Argentina and deserved a bit more in first half. In second half, Mexico defended more but Argentina only had two clear goal chances. Argentina didn't play well but could take advantage thanks to a great shot.

Jun 21. In the third match of Group C in Frankfurt, Argentina and Netherlands ended in a scoreless draw. Argentina lined up: Abbondanzieri; Burdisso (24th Coloccini), Ayala, Milito, Cufré; Maxi Rodríguez, Mascherano, Cambiasso, Riquelme (80th Aimar); Tévez, Messi (70th Cruz). Argentina looked for the victory a bit more than the Netherlands but they were not as effective in the area as in previous games. It was not necessary to take many risks because we have to play again in three days for the final rounds.

Jun 16. In the second match of Group C in Genselkirchen, Argentina hammered Serbia & Montenegro 6-0. At halftime they were winning 3-0 with goals from Maxi Rodríguez at 6th after pass from Saviola from the left; Cambiasso at 31st, great goal after great team play with a wall pass between Cuchu and Crespo's backheels pass; and Maxi Rodríguez again at 41st shooting from the left to correct a Saviola's shot from the right which Serbian defense had saved. In second half, Crespo scored at 78th after Messi's pass from the left, Tévez extended the advantage at 84th dribbling on the left with two tunnels to the defenders and Messi closed the scoring at 88th. Lucho González got injured. Argentina lined up: Abbondanzieri; Burdisso, Ayala, Heinze, Sorín; Mascherano, Lucho González (17th Cambiasso), Maxi Rodríguez (75th Messi), Riquelme; Saviola (59th Tévez), Crespo. Argentina were very effective in first half and during second half they took advantage of Serbia keeping the 0-3 and played at excellent level with many skill plays.

Jun 10. In the first match at Hamburg, Argentina won 2-1 over Cote d'Ivoire. Crespo scored the first goal at 24th after a free kick from Riquelme from the left and rebound in the defense. Saviola extended the advantage at 38th after a great pass from Riquelme that let him alone with the goalkeeper. Drogba closed the gap at 82nd.
During first half Cote d'Ivoire had more possesion of the ball and attacked more but Argentina could take profit of their chances. Good job of our National Team defense. In the second half, Argentina controlled the game in the first twenty minutes and when Pekerman took Crespo out, the African team began to attack but they only could close the gap. Argentina lined up: Abbondanzieri; Burdisso, Ayala, Heinze, Sorín; Mascherano, Cambiasso, Maxi Rodríguez, Riquelme (92nd Aimar); Saviola (76th Luis González), Crespo (64th Palacio).

May 15. Pekerman confirmed the final squad: 1-Abbondanzieri, 2-Ayala, 3-Sorín, 4-Coloccini, 5-Cambiasso, 6-Heinze, 7-Saviola, 8-Mascherano, 9-Crespo, 10-Riquelme, 11-Tévez, 12-Leo Franco, 13-Scaloni, 14-Palacio, 15-Gabriel Milito, 16-Aimar, 17-Cufré, 18-Maxi Rodríguez, 19-Messi, 20-Cruz, 21-Burdisso, 22-Luis González, 23-Ustari.


U-20: Argentina penta-champions

Jul 2, 2005. In the final, of the U-20 World Championship 2005 at Netherlands, Argentina beat Nigeria 2-1. Messi opened the scoring from a penalty at 40th. Ogbuke scored the equaliser at 53th. Messi gave the championship to Argentina from another penalty at 75th. Argentina lined up: Ustari; Barroso, Garay, Paletta, Fórmica; Zabaleta, Torres, Gago (71st Biglia), Archubi (60th Armenteros); Messi, Oberman (56th Agüero).
It was the fifth championship after Japan '79, Qatar '95, Malaysia '97 and Argentina '01.

The squad is: 1-Oscar Ustari (IND), 2-Gustavo Cabral (RAC), 3-Lautaro Formica (NEW), 4-Julio Barroso (BOC), 5-Juan Manuel Torres (RAC), 6-Gabriel Paletta (BAN), 7- Lucas Biglia (IND), 8-Pablo Zabaleta (SLO), 9-Pablo Vitti (ROS), 10-Patricio Pérez (VEL), 11-Emiliano Armenteros (BAN), 12-Nereo Champagne (SLO), 13-Ezequiel Garay (NEW), 14-David Abraham (IND), 15-Rodrigo Archubi (LAN), 16-Neri Cardozo (BOC), 17-Fernando Gago (BOC), 18-Lionel Messi (BAR-SPA), 19-Sergio Agüero (IND), 20-Gustavo Oberman (ARG), 21-Nicolas Navarro (ARG).


Olympic Gold for Argentina

Aug 28, 2004. In the final of the Olympic Games Athens 2004, Argentina beat Paraguay 1-0. Tévez, top scorer of the tournament with 8 goals, scored the only goal at 17th after Rosales' cross from the right to the near post. Argentina lined up: Lux; Coloccini, Ayala, Heinze; Lucho González, Mascherano, Kily González, D'Alessandro; Rosales, Tévez, Delgado (75th Clemente Rodríguez). Argentina was the best team of the tournament with 17 goals for and 0 goals against and deserved to bring a gold medal to Argentina after 52 years.

Jul 20. Squad winner of Gold Medal at the Olympic Games: 1-Wilfredo Caballero, 2-Ayala, 3-Burdisso, 4-Coloccini, 5-Mascherano, 6-Heinze, 7-Saviola, 8-César Delgado, 9-Figueroa, 10-Tévez, 11-Kily González, 12-Mauro Rosales, 13-Nicolás Medina, 14-Clemente Rodríguez, 15-D'Alessandro, 16-Lucho González, 17-Mariano González, 18-Germán Lux, 19-Leandro Fernández.


Olympic Gold in Basketball

Aug 28, 2004. In the basketball final game of the Olympic Games Athens 2004, Argentina beat Italy 84-69 and won the second gold medal in the Games. Scola was the top scorer with 25 points. In semifinals, Argentina had won 89-81 over the USA Dream Team with 29 points from Ginóbili.

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These are the Olympic Gold Medalist: 4-Pepe Sánchez, 5-Emanuel Ginóbili, 6-Alejandro Montecchia, 7-Fabricio Oberto, 8-Walter Herrmann, 9-Gabriel Fernández, 10-Hugo Sconochini, 11-Luis Scola, 12-Leonardo Gutiérrez, 13-Andrés Nocioni, 14-Carlos Delfino, 15-Rubén Wolkowyski.


Vivas to the Hall of Fame

Oct 17. Inter defender, Nelson Vivas, was the most voted star with 315 votes. You can see his personal profile. Artime may be the winner of the current poll (Nov 5) and Manso may win the following one (Nov 22). The stars who received most votes this week were: Tévez, Abreu, Cavenaghi, Comizzo and Chori Domínguez. We invite you to vote for your favourite players and take part in the final decision.

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Homage to Diego

Nov 10, 2001. The homage to Diego Maradona took place at the Chocolate Box Stadium with 50.000 people attending. Our National Team with Maradona beat the Stars Team 6-3. Argentina lined up Burgos (45th Cavallero); Zanetti, Ayala (45th Pochettino), Samuel (45th Berizzo); Sorín (45th Placente), Almeyda (45th C.Husaín), Verón (45th Castromán), Maradona, Aimar; Claudio López (45th Cruz), Kily González.

Stars: Oscar Córdoba (45th Carini(60th Higuita)); Ciro Ferrara, Bermúdez, Iván Córdoba (45th Lothar Mattheus), Gamarra; Solano, Riquelme (45th Recoba (60th Aguilera)), Valderrama, Francescoli (45th Leo Rodríguez); Stoichkov (45th Cantona), Suker (60th Careca).

Scorers for Argentina: Claudio López (16th), Aimar (48th, 87th), Maradona (61st, 90th penalties) and Castromán (75th). For the Stars: Suker (29th), Cantona (77th) and Higuita -penalty- (89th).


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