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    QF: Argentina - Belgium 1-0

    05 Jul 2014 - 13:00 Local time (17h BST, 18h CEST)


    Argentina - Belgium


    Head-to-Head

    Total Matches Played: 4

    ARG: 3 wins

    Draws: 0

    BEL: 1 win


    Total Goals scored: 14
    ARG: 10
    BEL: 4

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    Best thing would be Messi kind of repeating Maradona's performance in 1986. 2:0, scoring both goals and the 2nd one after a beautiful solo.

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    Should be just as tough for Argies as it was against the Swiss. Extra time looming.

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    Belgium is fast. I don't want to be pessimistic about Argentina, but I am. They don't have Howard on the goal.

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    Argentina wins this one, 3-1

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    Quote Originally Posted by dakt View Post
    Belgium is fast. I don't want to be pessimistic about Argentina, but I am. They don't have Howard on the goal.
    USA didn't have Messi either.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kinlejus View Post
    Argentina wins this one, 3-1
    Don't think it would be that easy. Beside Belgium, Argentina is facing their QF hoodoo which has been hunting them for over 2 decades. It will be a hard fought win if Argies manage to do it.
    There is a beast in man that should be exercised, not exorcised!

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    This will finish in ET with a messi golazo at the end of it

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    http://www.ole.com.ar/mundial/argent...167483561.html

    Aguero training with the others in the video here. I guess he can be a sub on Saturday.

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    Come on Belgium, let's hope we win. What happend to Lukaku and Hazard, both disappointing this WC

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    Well Belgium looked much better vs USA and Argies looked as poor as before.

    Argies have Messi though. He might be the decisive factor, once again. Especially if they don't mark him tight.

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    Still Belgium is a bit poor, the game is slow, they hardly move from their positions, too structured.
    Hoping for a miracle to beat Argentina

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    I'm not feeling good about this game. Argentina (the team) has been disappointing since the start and if it wasn't for Messi not sure where things would have ended. I think it's too late for Argentina to step up their game. That was my wish since the Bosnia encounter. While Aguero is warming up to return I doubt he will light up the stage. He's been rushed back in because chubby Higuain is taking naps. Gago has been awful but since Banega was dropped from the squad I don't know who will take on midfield.

    Messi to shine
    Mascherano to boss the game like he always does
    Di Maria will go flat if we go overtime
    Aguero to sub Levezzi
    Higuain to continue napping

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    Quote Originally Posted by linetty View Post
    Well Belgium looked much better vs USA and Argies looked as poor as before.

    Argies have Messi though. He might be the decisive factor, once again. Especially if they don't mark him tight.
    Belgium has Courtois who has yet to lose a game playing for Belgium (17 wins, 5 draws).

    Normally Argentina will win. But if Belgium plays up to its standards, it will be a great game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piqué View Post
    Belgium has Courtois who has yet to lose a game playing for Belgium (17 wins, 5 draws).

    Normally Argentina will win. But if Belgium plays up to its standards, it will be a great game.
    In before Courtois gets the flu and Mignolet plays in goal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N11JELKA View Post
    Still Belgium is a bit poor, the game is slow, they hardly move from their positions, too structured.
    Hoping for a miracle to beat Argentina
    What? Miracle? Belgium is the favorite - by far. Only Genius Leo can save Argentina. And it just seems to unlikely that one player can win 5 matches in a row - all on his own. What Messi does is far better than Maradona in 86 - diego had a brilliant team and the best defense in the tournament.