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Argentina
ArgentinaARG
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* Blocked shots or attempts which fell outside the area outlined by the yellow border are not included on the diagram.
Whole match
Last 15 minutes
11Total attempts16
Ball possession
50
%
50
Attempts
11Total16
5On-Target11
6Off-Target5
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBIH
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5
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16
9
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Attacking

Argentina
ArgentinaARG
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBIH
.11Attempts16.
.0Corners0.
.0Offsides0.
.0Free kicks0.

Defending

Argentina
ArgentinaARG
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBIH
.0Saves0.

Disciplinary

Fouls Committed
0
0
0
1Yellow cards1
0Red Cards0

Distance

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ArgentinaARG
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Bosnia and HerzegovinaBIH
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Live Blog

21:01

What a day! It's been another action-packed matchday at the 2014 World Cup and you can head over to our daily tournament blog to digest the day's events. Switzerland stunned Ecuador with a dramatic come-from-behind victory in Brasilia before France downed Honduras in Porto Alegre. It was to be Messi's night at the Maracana though, as he set one up and scored another to get Argentina roling at Brazil 2014.

20:55
Argentina
ArgentinaARG
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBIH

Statistics

Ball possession

57%
43%
10Fouls Committed14
5Attempts On Target10
11Shots15
2Total Goals scored0
0Penalties scored0
20:55

Goal Counter

36Goals so far
MESSI
ARG2-0BIH
Latest Scorer
ARG
MESSI
20:54
MESSI
ArgentinaARG
Forward

has been elected Man of the Match

90MINUTES PLAYED62TOTAL PASSES1GOALS FOR3SHOTS
20:50
The final whistle sounds.

FULL TIME: It's all over at the Maracana and it's Argentina who emerge victorious. Kolasinac's unfortunate own goal opened the scoring before Messi ended his World Cup drought just after the hour mark. Ibisevic scored Bosnia and Herzegovina's first ever World Cup goal late on, but it wasn't quite enough as Sabella's men leave Rio with three points.