June 24, 2014


23rd June, 2014 

I shall have a personal bone to pick with anyone who denies that the Chilean team deserves to go far in this tournament. What beautiful (possession)-control. #NetherlandsVsChile.

In other news, Spain scores a 3-0 victory over Australia, with goals from Torres, and Juan Mata (along with one from Villa). Reminded me of the Mata-Torres camaraderie moments from their Chelsea days together. Only this time,both of them actually scored. #SpainVsAustralia #SelfDeprecatingHumor#ChelseaFC


22nd June, 2014

1. It is time for Boateng Vs. Boateng


2. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is MIROSLAV KLOSE.

Two minutes in, and a goal!


3. What a great game of football. For a terribly ghastly first half, the second half more than made up, and how. Ghana, the underdogs, proved to be quite a scare for Germany, and at a point looked all set to win the game, albeit with quite a bit of pushing and shoving, and foul play, which was somehow ignored by the referee, until the yellow card for Sulley Ali Muntari at the last minute. 

The apparent mistake on the German part was to bring Schweinsteiger and Klose on so late into the game, when it was too late for them to effectively deliver too well. Now, since they are both recovering from injuries, this strategy could work out well in the long run. Letting them rest in a non-crucial match such as this one could reap rich benefits from their presence in later, more crucial matches.

Anyway, that's that. Germany still leads the group.

#GermanyVsGhana #FIFAWC2014

21st June, 2014

1. Remember, Carlos Queiroz was the assistant manager of Manchester United, circa 2008, when they won 1-0 aggregate over Barcelona in the Champions League semifinals(and eventually went on to defeat Chelsea in the finals).

Are you still surprised that Iran(currently managed by the same Queiroz) has managed to keep Barcelona's poster-kid Messi-led Argentina goalless so far?

#IranVsArgentina #Goallesssofar #PossibleDraw

2. Very well played, Iran. But Argentina had the luck, as well as the Lion. Saved them from a very embarrassing draw.

The last minute wonder reminded me of the Germany-Italy semifinal in the 2006 World Cup where 2 goals were scored by Italy by Del Piero and Grosso - one after the other in the extra-time, pushing Germany out of the cup, and Italy into the finals.

This is the stuff World Cup Legends are made of.

#CarlosQueiroz #IranVsArgentina #Messicre #FIFAWC2014 #CUPdates

20th June, 2014

And Latin America keeps trumping Europe, over and over and then some more. #ItalyVsCostaRica #FIFAWC2014 #BryanRuiz #NowBeginningToWorry

19th- 20th June, 2014

And we witnessed Suarez flushing England down the sewer,

#CUPdates #FIFAWC2014 #SouthAmericanSupremacy#Theyalsolegalizedweed #WorldCupOfTheDarkHorses#AlmostNamesakeWIN #LettingHisClubNationDown

19th June, 2014

1.Go Chile.  #WorldCupOfTheUnderdogs #ChileVsSpain

2. The Andes rise much higher than the Pyrenees. If you know what I mean?

#WorldCupOfTheUnderdogs #ChileVsSpain #ChileanDefense#JohnnyHerrera

3.Not like I particularly enjoy rubbing salt on other people's wounds, and I hate being an asshole, but Spain, this was payback for 29th June 2008 and 7th July, 2010. HA HA.

a fan of the Germany National Football Team.

#SpainVsChile #WorldCupOfTheUnderdogs

  • 7. The fatal error on the Portuguese side was to have invested too much faith and hero-worshipping into their singular "Best Player of the Year". Let him take all the penalty kicks, keep him at the centre, basically, just be subservient to his glory. Look, how that turns out. Hah. Germany, what a classy win!

    Brilliant, brilliant day for the German nation. Schumacher first, and now this. Yay!

    #GermanyVsPortugal #FIFAWC2014 #4-0
    14th June, 2014

  • Personally, I was hoping for a six-goal-difference win for Netherlands. But, 5-1 was good enough. For now. #FIFAWC2014 #spainvsholland #RVP

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