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01/08/2011

Summary

Argentina, England play out lively goalless draw

The game was not shy on action, with both teams spurning great chances, but the deadlock remained intact moving the South Americans back to the top of Group F.

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Line-up

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8
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Substitute(s)

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21
5
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11
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Coaches

Walter PERAZZO (ARG)
(ENG) Brian EASTICK

Officials

Referee: Walter LOPEZ (GUA)Assistant Referee 1: Hermenerito LEAL (GUA)Assistant Referee 2: Gerson LOPEZ (GUA)Fourth official: Marlon ESCALANTE (VEN)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 25)


Latest Comments:
dhln_mhmmd
03/08/2011 at 15:36
dhln_mhmmd (Indonesia)
argentina needed maradona in this match
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280895
03/08/2011 at 01:30
280895 (Argentina)
Good game, very tight. I don't agree that England deserved to win, but I don't think Argentina deserved to either.
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Marcelo-RSA
02/08/2011 at 16:53
Marcelo-RSA (South Africa)
Both teams played well
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Statistics

15Shots10
10Corner kicks3
2Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
51%Possession (%)49%
  • Matias Laba (R) of Argentina fails to score past Saido Berahino of England
  • Hugo Nervo, Rodrigo Rey, German Pezzella and Adrian Martinez of Argentina greet the crowd
  • Erik Lamela (R) of Argentina duels for the ball with James Wallace of England
  • Matias Laba (R) of Argentina fails to score past Saido Berahino of England
  • German Pezzella (R) of Argentina checks on his teammate Leandro Gonzalez Pirez
  • James Wallace (L) of England controls the ball besides Erik Lamela

Brian Eastick, England coach: "England are often criticised for not getting possession and for playing the long ball too often, but we showed we can play a different way."