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You can find us in all stores on different languages as "SofaScore". Tevez and Lamela on. Higuain though threatened to make it ignite again but just jumped the gun on the left of the box when he made his run on to a through ball and skewed his shot anyway at the sound of the whistle.
Ronaldo and Messi are off at half time. Bother x 2 plus something that rhymes with galls. Half-time That was an interesting first half in terms of attacking intent from both sides.
Clearly Argentina made the better openings, through Messi and Pastore, and could have had a couple of more clearcut chances if Higuain had not tried too much to emulate a Messi or Ronaldoesque flick.
He would be a good person to ask in the Messi v Ronaldo debate. Playing up front with both men for club and country. It was a fairly dramatic first half for this correspondent too.
Line-up confusion courtesy of the Portugal manager's prerogative and "have you tried rebooting it"? Hopefully we'll have a smoother ride in the second half.
Well done Terry Gibson. Ronaldo sniffs a half-volley chance on the turn, swivels blind and boots Biglia right on the kneecap. Ronaldo immediately bends down to apologise.
He feeds Higuain who lazily miscues his back-heel and sets Portugal off on a counter at pace tow in a corner. Messi takes on Tiago Gomes on the right but this time the left-back wins the battle.
Messi takes, goes for power, larrups a rising shot from the right of the D that flies over the wall but continues its trajectory beyond the bar.
It was a rather tame trip for a yellow card, but then Ronaldo did go flying. Nani drives across to the back post and Argentina scarmble it clear.
Biglia comes in as a reinforcing presence but Ronaldo still manages to work a shooting opportunity and slams a shot over the bar.
Danny was free in the six-yard box but Ronaldo was always going to shoot. He tries to go crossfield and surrenders possession to Messi who sets off on a run up the right, plays in Roncaglia on the overlap and he fizzes a cross towards the pnalty spot.
Pastore leaps to meet it and heads it meatily and low but Beto gets down well to block. The camera hones in on Louis van Gaal, who doesn't look very pleased.
The lack of replays on this feed make me think it was a backheel rather than that famous heel chop. Anyway Portugal can't benefit from his skill.
Corner to Argentina, Di Maria curling it too close to the keeper. I feel like Bobby Chariot. Mascherano is also roundly booed, his crime his years at Liverpool.
Portugal break from the kick-off and Otamendi brings down Danny by putting his arm around his chest from behind. Free-kick wide on the right, 22 yards from goal.
Please note the late line-up changes below. He knows how United fans feel. Gary Pallister and Bryan 'Nobbo' Robson are purring.
In saying that he was a top class defender at his peak, solid, relaxed, great timing, tough and a not a bad reader of the game.
Won't go down as a great but he was good. Argentina v Portugal — you know, two of the aristocrats of the international game — the double World Cup winners and beaten finalists v the country that finished third in , runners up at Euro and semi-finalists at Euro A clash of styles, a clash of personalities, a clash of cultures.
Cue the appropriate apocalyptic theme with the worst Konstantin Chernenko lookalike in history. Is football, though, really divided into two tribes of Ronaldoites and Messiphiles?
I seriously doubt it other than for the traditional and worthy reasons of hating Barcelona or Real Madrid.