Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Argentina Defeated Spain in Friendly Soccer

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Argentina put together your own party yesterday at the world champion Spain, which cleared 4-1 to get other revenues uppercase: Lionel Messi had a goal with the Albiceleste, after seven games, and Sergio Batista is becoming less interim coach.

It was a remarkable and unexpected victory for Argentina to Spain, which did not lose a friendly in November 2006 and had only suffered two defeats in his last 55 games.

Without diminishing the merits of the triumph of Messi and company, gave the impression that Spain took to heart that it was a friendly match, while Argentina played like a final.

Messi opened the scoring in the 10th minute, Gonzalo Higuain increased at 13, Carlos Tevez billed at 34, Sergio Aguero and closed at 90. Fernando Llorente put the both the honor of Spain in the 84th.

It was Messi's first goal in seven games with Argentina. His last goal was November 14, 2009, just before Spain, who won 2-1 that friendly in Madrid.


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