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29/07/2011
1:0 (0:0)
  • Erik LAMELA (70')

Summary

Argentina's Lamela sinks Mexico

Erik Lamela thrilled throughout and hit the only goal with a handsome strike in the 70th minute to send his side top of Group F.

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Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Walter PERAZZO (ARG)
(MEX) Juan Carlos CHAVEZ

Officials

Referee: Istvan VAD (HUN)Assistant Referee 1: Gyorgy RING (HUN)Assistant Referee 2: Zsolt SZPISJAK (HUN)Fourth official: Jose BUITRAGO (COL)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 215)


Latest Comments:
MexUSA1964
14/08/2011 at 05:18
Hey to all of Argentina good bye all the bad things that are happening to you is because you guys talk to much and talking is cheap.
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ManuMza
01/08/2011 at 00:12
ManuMza (Argentina)
Some mexicans are so funny… every time that Argentina beat them (always) they always said that “Mexico played better than Argentina”, according to them “they played better” in the world cup 2006, in the 2010, in the confederation cup of 2005, in Copa America 2007, in the U-20 world Cup of 2009, in this World Cup and in all the friendly matches. The other excuse is that “we always beat them with lucky” LOL.. you can’t win all that marches just with lucky, my friends.
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rizo24
31/07/2011 at 14:59
rizo24 (USA)
Mexico did not play good especially the defense but I still think they will get better in the next matches and eventually make it to the semi finals... Viva Mexico!!!!!!
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Statistics

12Shots10
2Corner kicks1
2Yellow cards2
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
48%Possession (%)52%
  • Agustin Vuletich (R) of Argentina in action besides Nestor Araujo of Mexico
  • Head coach Walter Perazzo of Argentina instructs his players during
  • Head coach Juan Carlos Chavez of Mexico reacts to his players
  • Erik Lamela (L) of Argentina controls the ball against Jorge Enriquez of Mexico
  • Argentina players  celebrate during the game Argentina - Mexico
  • Argentina's forward Erik Lamela celebrates after scoring over Mexico

Walter Perazzo, Argentina coach: "We decided to leave Juan Iturbe on the bench so that he brings a little freshness and power in second-half. It is exactly what happened."