Sunday, June 28, 2015

Brazil vs Paraguay
Competition: Copa America
Match date: 27 June 2015
Kick Off Time: 22:30 BST
Venue: Estadio Municipal Alcaldesa Ester Roa Rebolledo

Everton Ribeiro and Douglas miss their penalties as Brazil are sent out of Copa America following a penalty shootout loss to Paraguay. Brazil vs Paraguay match ended with 1-1 scoreline in Copa America 2015.

Brazil 1-1 (Pen 3-4) Paraguay (Copa America)
15' 1-0 Robinho // 72' 1-1 Gonzalez  

Brazil vs Paraguay 2015 Penalty Shootout 3-4
Brazil Paraguay 1-0 Fernandinho scores
Brazil Paraguay 1-1 Martinez scores
Brazil vs Paraguay 1-1 Everton Ribeiro misses
Brazil Paraguay 1-2 Caceres scores
Brazil Paraguay 2-2 Miranda scores
Brazil Paraguay 2-3 Bobadilla scores
Brazil vs Paraguay 2-3 Douglas Costa misses
Brazil Paraguay 2-3 Santa Cruz misses
Brazil Paraguay 3-3 Coutinho scores
Brazil Paraguay 3-4 Gonzalez scores

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Monday, June 22, 2015

Copa America (Group C) - 21 June, 2015 

Silva and Roberto Firmino score for Brazil as they book their spot in the last eight of the tournament.  Brazil vs Venezuela match ended with 2-1 scoreline in Copa America 2015.

Brazil 2-1 Venezuela (Group C):
9' 1-0 Silva T// 51' 2-0 Firmino R // 84' 2-1 Fedor N.

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Sunday, June 14, 2015

Gibraltar vs Germany
Competition: UEFA Euro Qualifying
Match date: 13 June 2015
Venue: Estádio Do Algarve

Gibraltar 0-7 Germany (GROUP D)
28' 0-1 Andre Schuerrle // 47' 0-2 Max Kruse // 51' 0-3 Ilkay Guendogan // 57' 0-4 Karim Bellarabi // 65' 0-5 Andre Schuerrle // 71' 0-6 Andre Schuerrle // 81' 0-7 Max Kruse

Andre Schurrle scores a hat trick as Germany demolish Gibraltar 7-0. Gibraltar vs Germany match ended with 0-7 scoreline in EURO Qualification 2016.

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Friday, June 12, 2015

Wales vs Belgium
Competition: UEFA Euro Qualifying, Group B
Match date: 12 June 2015
Kick Off Time: 19:45 BST
Venue: Cardiff City Stadium (Cardiff, Wales)

Wales team currently sit second in the Group B by 7 goals on goal-difference behind Wales with both teams level on 11 points, 2 clear of third-place Israel. They have won 3 and drawn 2 in qualifying so far. In their last outing, Coleman played a 5-3-2 formation as his side beat Israel 3-0 away from home.
Same Vokes may lead the attack with Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey and Joe Ledley providing support. James Chester could start alongside Ashley Williams in defense as James Collins is missing out. Ben Davies, Jonathan Williams and Emyr Huws are all out through injury.  

Belgium team  have won 6 and drawn 3 of their 9 fixtures this season. Marc Wilmots’ squad arrive in fantastic form: they’ve not lost since their narrow 1-0 defeat to Argentina at last summer’s World Cup and are full of confidence after a 4-3 friendly win against France last week.
Belgium are without the suspended Vincent Kompany, while midfielder Marouane Fellaini has been confirmed as an absentee after suffering a groin problem in training. Romelu Lukaku is battling it out with Christian Benteke for a starting berth, though the latter is tipped to feature.
Belgium have won 4 and drawn 3 of their 9 previous encounters with Wales, going unbeaten in 5 matches since 1994. When these two teams met earlier in the campaign, the scoreline was 0-0. Wales have kept a clean sheet in 5 of their last 7 matches in the European Championship while Belgium have not conceded a single goal in the last 3 Euro 2016 qualifiers.

Probable lineups:
Wales (5-3-2): Hennessey; Gunter, Williams, Chester, Matthews, Taylor; Allen, Ramsey, Ledley; Bale, Vokes
Belgium (4-2-3-1): Courtois, Alderweireld, Denayer, Lombaerts, Vertonghen; Nainggolan, Witsel; Hazard, De Bruyne, Mertens; Benteke

You can watch the match here: Link 1 , Link 2 [Live Scores]

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Chile vs Ecuador
Competition: Copa America
Match date: 11 June 2015
Venue: Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos 

Chile open their Copa America campaign with a 2-0 win over Ecuador. Chile vs Ecuador match ended with 2-0 scoreline.

Chile – Arturo Vidal (pen) 67' // Eduardo Vargas 84'

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Saturday, June 6, 2015

Juventus vs Barcelona
Competition: UEFA Champions League Final
Match date: 6 June 2015
Kick Off Time: 19:45 BST
Venue: Olympiastadion Berlin 

Barcelona and Juventus will lock horns at the Olympiastadion in Berlin to contest the 60th final of the Champions League. Both side are trying to complete a fantastic treble.
Juventus has topped Serie A for the fourth successive year, boasting the best attack and the strongest defence in the league. They were too dominant domestically and finished the league 17 points ahead Roma.  In Champions League, Juventus knocked out defending champions Real Madrid, winning 2-1 in Turin, then holding Los Blancos to a 1-1 draw at the Santiago Bernabeu. In the previous rounds, they easily eliminated Dortmund while the clash against Monaco was more levelled.

Key defender Giorgio Chiellini, will miss the match and the reunion with Suarez after the Uruguayan bit him at last year's World Cup. Coach Massimiliano Allegri is already without Martin Caceres but might be able to call upon Andrea Barzagli. Fernando Llorente netted in the 2-2 draw with Verona at the weekend, but he is unlikely to feature from the start, with Alvaro Morata and Carlos Tevez leading the Juv offensive.
Barcelona have been the best club side in the world in 2015, losing only two matches: against Real Sociedad after te Christmas break and a 1-0 loss to Malaga in an upset at the Camp Nou. They finished La Liga as champions, two points clear of Real Madrid. In Champions League, the Blaugrana knocked Bayern Munich out in the semis and gained revenge for their 2013 7-0 aggregate scoreline. They cruised through to the final 5-3 on aggregate thanks to a 3-0 win away in Germany and a 2-3 defeat at home.
Manager Enrique will probably name the same XI that started both legs of the semi-final against Bayern Munich and so Marc-Andre ter Stegen retain his place in goal at the expense of Claudio Bravo. Xavi is expected to be benched while Dani Alves could play his last game for the club amidst reports he has agreed a move to Man UTD. Of course, Messi, Neymar and Suarez will lead the offensive line.
Lionel Messi, Suarez and Neymar have netted 120 times between them this season while their defense have conceded just 21 goals in 38 league games. Barcelona have scored at least 2 goals in 10 of their last 11 matches in the Champions League but Juventus are undefeated in their last 9 matches in the competition.

Juventus last 5 matches:
13/05/15 Real Madrid 1 – 1 Juventus
16/05/15 Inter 1 – 2 Juventus
20/05/15 Juventus E 2 – 1 Lazio
23/05/15 Juventus 3 – 1 Napoli
30/05/15 Hellas Verona 2 – 2 Juventus

Barcelona last 5 matches:
09/05/15 Barcelona 2 – 0 Real Sociedad
12/05/15 Bayern München 3 – 2 Barcelona
17/05/15 Atlético Madrid 0 – 1 Barcelona
23/05/15 Barcelona 2 – 2 Deportivo
30/05/15 Athletic Club 1 – 3 Barcelona

You can watch the match here: Link 1 , Link 2 [Live Scores]

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