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Belgium vs Colombia
Team Performance
38 Comments
Top Comments
Roman10 6 years ago
Those 2 posts were really Belgium's best chances. Right after those 2 posts Colombia had chances to score another 2 goals but Jackson Martinez finished the chances poorly, especially that 1-on-1 vs Mignolet.
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Coffee for Belgium 6 years ago
In South America, at the moment, Colombia is considered to be at least the 2nd best national team OVER Brazil and this is why.
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Hansi_900 6 years ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 385
it´s not fair to say that belgium is overhyped. for such a small country they are doing very well. nobody can expect that they win every game now.
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ryback 5 years ago
Everton, Belgium 1 276
belgium should be the dark horse in the world cup...
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FCBayernFan 6 years ago Edited
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 65
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Columbia with a statement win!
Iguana 6 years ago
Ailly-sur-Somme, Cambodia 0 71
ColOmbia, dude. Get a map, they're not expensive!
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Maik 6 years ago
And Colombia can't beat Peru in Copa America xD
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AZZURRI 6 years ago
Belgium, just a bunch or overrated EPL youngsters.
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slazer 6 years ago
and then chelshit fans said belgium is gonna win world cup LOOOOL. Dont give me a excuse. You still had top players. the only good players in colombia is falcao and james rodriguez hahhaha belgium wankers
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SPAIN 6 years ago
FALCAO IS AMAZING, COLOMBIA ARE BEAST - Colombia will make this world cup exciting to watch.
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netsten 6 years ago
Chelsea, Belgium 41 959
It was a friendly, we missed some key players like Kompany, we missed the opportunity to score several times, Colombia deserves the win, but actually, I don't really care about that defeat, the important is to be competitive at the world cup. I don't give a shit about the friendlies we'll have before the WC.
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Sid 6 years ago
If u don't give a shit then why u r shitting here...
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sl1pers 6 years ago
Inter, Brazil 1 390
so this is why Colombia is 1st seeded in world cup rather than Italy
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alex 6 years ago
Mourino is incredible, he is got the "fighter" face even as players observer!!
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JBlack 6 years ago
Real Madrid, Belgium 0 451
maybe that's just his look of concentration?
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Hahaha 6 years ago
What was mourinho doing in the stands? Scouting for Falcao, or watching Hazard?
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Pekerman 6 years ago
He already knows how Hazard plays. I think he might've been there to watch James Rodriguez or Falcao? I would say Benteke too but he can already see him play in the Premier League.
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Caesar 6 years ago
Mou is extremely interested in Falcao…he wants to take him for £60 million in January!
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Andy 6 years ago
Let's be fair, both teams are really good, Belgium is shinning in Europe while Colombia is doing their part in South America, excellent players and of course great football development during the last 4 years. Even though Belgium had a really good start, as it is expected from the home team, Colombia's coach Jose Pekerman knew how to read their strategy and made the necessary adjustments having James playing closer to Cuadrado and Falcao...... Colombia knew how to read the game as they improved along the game, while Belgium was rushing a little too much trying to scored.
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Hansi_900 6 years ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 385
it´s not fair to say that belgium is overhyped. for such a small country they are doing very well. nobody can expect that they win every game now.
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Pekerman 6 years ago
You are right but it is also not fair to call Colombia lucky when they had many chances, played good football and won fairly .
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JBlack 6 years ago
Real Madrid, Belgium 0 451
Belgium had chances as well, but missed them (I think we hit the post two or three times). Colombia finished their chances, that's the only difference today.
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Roman10 6 years ago
Those 2 posts were really Belgium's best chances. Right after those 2 posts Colombia had chances to score another 2 goals but Jackson Martinez finished the chances poorly, especially that 1-on-1 vs Mignolet.
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JBlack 6 years ago
Real Madrid, Belgium 0 451
I guess you forgot the two header chances that Benteke missed in the first half (and the one where Benteke is pushed from behind in the penalty area when he would have scored otherwise)
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kill bill 6 years ago
no no no. colombia was a class above belgium and that's it. no shame though, guarin falcao j rodriguez cuadrado armero, these are no generic names, no shame in being outplayed by this bunch.
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Keisuke 6 years ago
Chelsea, Japan 0 830
You forgot 2 shoots on the crossbar by Fellaini and Mertens, Belgium had chances to score more goals!
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TheTruth 6 years ago
No surprise here. Relative to their size, South America is a better footballing continent than Europe.
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jvh1312 6 years ago
Ajax, Brazil 14 171
The last few world cups showed different. But wc2014 is probably gonna have a South American winnen. A Europian never won a world cup on South American soil.
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jvh1312 6 years ago
Ajax, Brazil 14 171
*winner
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Hansi_900 6 years ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 0 385
germany and spain are the best teams in world and they are not from south america. brazil are among the favourites, because they will play at home.
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Coffee for Belgium 6 years ago
In South America, at the moment, Colombia is considered to be at least the 2nd best national team OVER Brazil and this is why.
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Fabricio 6 years ago
colombia better than brazil ? do you smoke something?
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Sir Drogba 6 years ago
Colombia will be the dark horse of the 2014 Brazil World Cup
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Billy 6 years ago
Colombia was lucky with some goal attempts, but they deserved a very good result, although Belgium deserved a little more than lose 0-2 ... In general, great performance by both of them. As far as I'm concerned Belgium and Colombia would be the Darkhorses of the next world cup!! ...
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Roman10 6 years ago
lol what? Lucky? True, Belgium played great in some instances of the game and had some chances but Colombia deserved the win this match. Colombia had chances to score more goals. This result is completely fair. And Colombia was the AWAY team as well, remember?
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Mattias 6 years ago
That goal was all James not Falcao TonyLFC....................
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GeorgeS Best 6 years ago
Footyroom should show attempts on target as well instead of showing evey goal 10 times, especially when there's only two goals in a game. Congrats Colombia. Hopefully we'll have our revenge at WC. 1st?
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Leo 6 years ago
Great match. Both sides had chances. But Colombia took them. I love Cuadrado, Falcao, and James. World Class
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