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Spain vs Russia
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185 Comments
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LOSTerry 18 days ago
Liverpool, England 0 213
Step 1. Win possession of the ball
Step 2. Pass sideways/backwards until you lose the ball
Step 3. Play boring football
Step 4. Repeat
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T1lt3d 18 days ago
5 678
Spain were poor. Yes Russia parked the bus hard, but Spain couldn't break them down for 120 minutes, and thats on them.
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Rorywoods 18 days ago
Real Madrid, Netherlands 0 18
Hahahaha
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Gennady 18 days ago
Manchester United, Russia 252 3077
Was at the stadium! Absolutely insane atmosphere. Can't believe we beat Spain
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Bandit 17 days ago
Arsenal, Germany 0 40
Did u see sveta bilyalova at the stadium? She's hot
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hadamz 18 days ago
AC Milan, Italy 0 120
Somewhere in Egypt...
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tawqir 17 days ago
Arsenal, Jamaica 2 33
Somewhere in Spain...
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luis9rabona 11 days ago
0 24
Salah overrated player 2018
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ChelseaFC4eva 18 days ago Edited
Chelsea, Germany 0 360
Real Madrid should never announce the capture of Julen Lopetegui a day before the opening match.
Spanish FA feels they've been betrayed by his dishonesty as he has been negotiating to a better deal on the contract extension which they accepted.
Even if he is not sacked, the feeling won't be the same as whether Spain does well or not, he will still leave the national coach role. Hierro has only a short time to get used to the role and furthermore, this was his first job as a coach.at a major tournament. A GIANT task for him. Sadly, greed comes first than national pride for Julen. Look at France, Croatia and Brazil, they are well prepared and it seems things are going well for them.
I do hope Zidane will take over the role of the national team.coz his tactics fit the team.
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Real Madrid should never announce the capture of Julen Lopetegui a day before the opening match.
Spanish FA feels they've been betrayed by his dishonesty as he has been negotiating to a better deal on the contract extension which they accepted.
Even if he is not sacked, the feeling won't be the same as whether Spain does well or not, he will still leave the national coach role. Hierro has only a short time to get used to the role and furthermore, this was his first job as a coach.at a major tournament. Sadly, greed comes first national pride. Look at France, Croatia and Brazil, they are well prepared and it seems things are going well for them.
tawqir 17 days ago
Arsenal, Jamaica 2 33
Why would a Frenchman take over spain
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Leonardito 18 days ago
0 603
Spain wasnt a proper team this WC and i didnt consider high chances for them. But boy do i hate this bus parking teams who win by penalty. Cant say well deserved or congrats, but hey you guys exerted effort for 120 minutes and survived. So credits for that.
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Nasdorowje 18 days ago
Zenit St. Petersburg, Russia 0 239
You can't lose with a massive support like this.
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lawrence29 18 days ago
Chelsea, Jamaica 0 38
Mourinho beats Guardiola again on Russian soil
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martin_hubb 18 days ago
0 86
I don't even like PIQUE but how is this a penalty? The ball is over him, an opponent directs the ball into his hand while Pique is in the air with his back as to the location of the ball? Nobody knows what a penalty is these days, especially the referees!
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HaXXspetten 18 days ago
Sweden 0 154
It's a goalbound header and his hand is in a completely unnatural position at the time the contact is made. That's a penalty any day
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T1lt3d 18 days ago
5 678
Boi are you serious? That literally looked like a basketball block, and it looked intentional as well. Deff penalty.
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milansokolovski 18 days ago Edited
Liverpool, Serbia 0 2
The rule is not simply down to whether or not the handball was intentional. The key component in judging an unintentional handball (as is referred to above) is whether the hand/arm is kept close to the body so as to avoid unintentionally stopping/deflecting it. It's like negligence in the law - you didn't mean it, but you could foresee that your actions would result in an illegal action, and you did nothing to prevent it. In this case, Pique was jumping and naturally his arms lifted, which would be fine (because in rare cases like this the natural positioning of the arms away from the torso is allowed) but when he began lowering his arms as he was returning to the ground, he LIFTED his arm back up, making it an unnatural movement + leaving his arm in a probable collision course w/ the ball
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The rule is not simply down to whether or not the handball was intentional. The key component in judging an unintentional handball (as is referred to below) is whether the hand/arm is kept close to the body so as to avoid unintentionally stopping/deflecting it. It's like negligence in the law - you didn't mean it, but you could foresee that your actions would result in an illegal action, and you did nothing to prevent it. In this case, Pique was jumping and naturally his arms lifted, which would be fine (because in rare cases like this the natural positioning of the arms away from the torso is allowed) but when he began lowering his arms as he was returning to the ground, he LIFTED his arm back up, making it an unnatural movement + leaving his arm in a probable collision course w/ the ball
Rorywoods 18 days ago
Real Madrid, Netherlands 0 18
Hahahaha
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martin_hubb 18 days ago
0 86
Portugal and Spain deserved to go home after the group stage. Just like Argentina, Germany and the rest of the paper giants. I got so much authentic joy from teams such as Panama, Iran, Morocco, Columbia, Mexic, Nigeria and Senegal. This WC is all about fair justice done sooner than later! Brazil horrendous team is next. They survived way beyond reason. Football still alive despite constant attempts to destroy it for good!
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hadamz 18 days ago
AC Milan, Italy 0 120
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LORD_SALAH 18 days ago
Liverpool, Indonesia 0 25
tiki taka is already dead since 2014. its time for park the bus style. recruit 9 bigman and 1 clinical striker and you win the game. fucq you mourinho!!!
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Iker89 18 days ago
0 431
defensive style was not invented by mourinho..
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luis9rabona 18 days ago
0 24
Yes since 2014 all the little teams park the bus.
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hadamz 18 days ago
AC Milan, Italy 0 120
Euro 2004 comes to mind when Greece invented pack the bus from the start - end and won the competition with just seven goals and most of the goals were set pieces. And even defeated Portugal twice with their best squad to date.
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critlord 18 days ago
Manchester United 0 50
They park it because they have no other option. With increasing financial divide and the play of tiki taka there is no hope for small teams. And yes, the tiki-taka is almost dead now. The new way is gegenpressing epitomised by liverpool at the moment.
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LoveKavi 18 days ago
Manchester United, England 0 596
Tiki-Taka invites parking the bus.
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Marcus2011 18 days ago
Chelsea FC, England 250 5199
Big teams should already know that small ones will park the bus and they should learn how to break them instead passing around the defense for 120 min. What happened to aggressive direct football? Get more man into The box, create dangerous situation not just wait for the gaps to open.
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mulutcyber 18 days ago
Rochdale AFC, England U19 0 78
I think Mourinho will replace De Gea with Igor Akinfeev..
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R9naldo 18 days ago
Real Madrid, Georgia 0 17
Whatever happened to shooting from outiside the box. Disgrace to football. a boring guardiola style. Congrats Russia.
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Iker89 18 days ago
0 431
Guardiolas City play much better football
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R9naldo 18 days ago
Real Madrid, Georgia 0 17
Tiki taka is what I meant. Fucking BORING
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T1lt3d 18 days ago
5 678
What Guardiola does at City isn't really Tiki Taka anymore. Sure they dominate possession but they also play direct football and take risks, but they press really high as soon as they lose the ball to get it back. Every small team they played against last season parked the bus against them, with the exception of a 0-0 draw against CP they won almost all of them.
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Barraca 18 days ago
Barcelona, France 0 89
What we saw today wasn't tiki taka, it was just passing the ball around and being unable to enter the box. Tiki taka demands quick passes at first touch and movement to crack the defense open, the ability to alter the rhythm of the game and to put pressure on the opponent. I've seen none of these today.
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Echo_R6 18 days ago
Arsenal, Singapore 0 147
Palace should have beaten €ity had it not been ederson lucky penalty save
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T1lt3d 18 days ago
5 678
How was that lucky? The penalty was BS in the first place, but Ederson saved it thats good goalkeeping, not luck.

Plus, City were robbed against United last season so calling them lucky is dumb,
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Echo_R6 18 days ago
Arsenal, Singapore 0 147
Every penalty save is luck. The goalkeeper chose a side to dive and wished the best and ederson just got that.
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Iker89 18 days ago
0 431
This game was truly awful, one of the worst World Cup games I have seen.. thank god the penalties exist because they wouldnt score for a week
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Echo_R6 18 days ago
Arsenal, Singapore 0 147
Well guess what the game had 2 goals so your statement is incorect
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AxelMza2 18 days ago
Chelsea, Mexico 0 16
Damn, i guess russia is so fucking strong in his homeland in any possible way
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Iker89 18 days ago
0 431
it had more to do with Spains awful game
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gibor365 18 days ago
Zenit St. Petersburg, Russia 0 38
Aaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh :) Russia beat Spain! Un-fucking-believable!
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Sport_is_LIFE 18 days ago
Liverpool, England 0 13
BRAZIL TEAM MUST BOOK TICKETS...JUST IN CASE :)
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marfafocker 18 days ago
Juventus, Canada 0 2
Disgusting display from Spain, too many girls falling from a mild touch by Russian soldiers. Boring passing and Spain deserved to be out. Russia stood strong, just like back in 1945 in Moscow.
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Barraca 18 days ago
Barcelona, France 0 89
wtf ? How can this football team have anything to do with "1945 in Moscow" ???
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Lodatz 18 days ago Edited
Tottenham Hotspur, England 149 4861
It was 1942, not 1945, genius.;)
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1942, genius.
xumeey 18 days ago
Liverpool 0 126
4 big nations are out of the WC this is getting interesting.
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