Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Brazil or Argentina?

Join the discussion by commenting below. The Argentina and Brazil football rivalry is a highly competitive sports rivalry that exists between the national football teams of the two countries, as well as their respective sets of fans. Games between the two teams, even those that are only friendly matches, are often marked by notable and sometimes controversial incidents. This rivalry is also called the "Battle of the South Americans."
I am a die-hard fan of Brazil myself. The flavor of the Brazilian football continues to mesmerize me even in the absence of the stars like Ronaldinho, Ronaldo and Adriano. But as it is said, football is a team game, and so Brazil continues to be Brazil though with only Kaka and Robinho left of the star generation.

The Samba style of football have great expectations in this year’s World Cup. It will be interesting to see how Brazil takes on one power team after the other.ist2_11647628-soccerball-in-net The squad is as lively as any other Brazilian team is on any other day. A decently pretty young team, Dunga continues to create surprises for the media day in and out with the new philosophies. And who wouldn’t agree that it a treat to watch Brazil whatever way it comes to you? Even if its a charity match that they are playing, isn't Brazil always Brazil?

So, Brazilian fans, get your jerseys and beer cans and get ready for a rocking time over the next few weeks.ist2_12419106-argentinean-fan Argentine fans has a lot of reasons to cheer. Maradona is nearly the 12th player right now. With the like of Messi and Tevez putting in the performances with the form they are in right now, the Argentine fans can surely dream about another cup this time round. And why wouldn’t one when the best player in the planet is in the team?

Argentina’s Latin American football has shown some superb sparks in the past few matches. No doubt they have got into their raw form pretty early in the tournament. The dribbling, the passing and everything else seems like a piece of art. It’ll be no doubt a pretty decent match to watch if a clash happens between the two South American giants. ist2_11647587-soccerball-in-net

Goals or no goals, it’s always a treat and a feast for the eyes to watch the game makers pave their own way and lead their own team to victory. And passionate as we all know about the Brazilian and Argentine fans, it would be one of the greatest matches over the decade with the stars present in the team now.

Argentine fans, be ready but here we too are coming as we’ll make you dance to the tunes of the Samba. Would be a pretty close match no doubt, but it would be interesting to see what could possibly stop Brazil this time round.

1 comment:

  1. Brasil won 39
    Argentina 35
    Draw 24
    Total 98
    This is the corrsct statistics


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