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 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
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A second half brace from teenager Kylian MBappe and goals from Antoine Griezmann and Benjamin Pavard helped steer France to a sensational 4-3 win over Argentina in the first game of the round of 16 in the FIFA World Cup. Argentina’s goals came from Angel Di Maria, Meacado and Sergio Aguero as Lionel Messi and his team exited the competition at the first knock out stage.

A classic World Cup game was expected from two of the favourites to win it all and they managed to live up to expectations in an intense and enthralling encounter.

 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0

Photo: Jamaica's Chavaughn Wilkins (left) against Argentina's Fernando Grabobi in the gold medal match in the boys’ pre-Junior 60kg individual sparring

The Montego Bay Convention Centre was set on fire on Saturday as Jamaica’s senior men’s Black Belt team won gold in the sparring event on the final day of the 5th International Taekwondo Federation’s World Cup.

 |  Written by Yashiema Love  |  0

Photo: Messi and Muller (The Independent Sport)

Just a month ago the world turned its eye with great anticipation to the South American continent, specifically Brazil, as the FIFA World Cup got underway with 5 times champions Brazil taking on Croatia. Fast forward four weeks and the final two countries standing are hot pre-tournament favourites Germany and a usual suspect deemed slight outsiders Argentina. Both teams qualified for the tournament in impressive fashion and has reached the final without blemish having not lost a game in their 6 outings thus far.

 |  Written by Yashiema Love  |  0

Photo: Arjen Robben and Lionel Messi (Getty Images)

The European powerhouse referred to as the 'perennial bridesmaid' of world football the Netherlands, is keen to make it two World Cup finals on the trot much like 1974 and 1978. The Oranje faces Argentina who defeated them in the 1978 final and will be seeking revenge for that defeat. Argentina however will have revenge on their minds as well for their 1998 quarter-final exit at the hands of Dennis Bergkamp's Dutch team.

 |  Written by Yashiema Love  |  0

Photo: Lionel Messi (Getty Images)

South American giants Argentina faces a tough test in the Round of 16 against a young and vibrant Switzerland team. The two time World Champions should face their toughest test in the World Cup to date against Ottmar Hitzfeld's very skillful and hard working team.

 |  Written by Yashiema Love  |  0

Photo: Messi scores against Bosnia in Argentina's 2-1 win (Getty Images)

 

South American giants and two time World Champions Argentina can take charge of Group F when they take on minnows Iran. The Irinians have shown that they are no push-overs as they eeked out a scoreless draw with reigning African Champions Nigeria in their opening fixture.

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0

Photo: Lionel Messi steers his effort home to give Argetina a 2-1 win over Bosnia (AP)

 

The magic of the former world footballer of the year Lionel Messi was too much for debutants Bosnia-Herzegovina yesterday as they faced the former world champions Argentina in their first ever game at the FIFA World Cup.

 |  Written by Yashiema Love  |  0

When all 32 teams booked their place in the FIFA World Cup this summer in Brazil, there was a buzz created by the number of star players whose country failed to qualify. The like of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Robert Lewandowski, Gareth Bale, David Alaba, Marek Hamsik and Petr Cech were some names the football world would love to see at this historic event.

 |  Written by Yashiema Love  |  0

Real Madrid's Argentine winger Angel Di Maria has expressed his desire to stay at Real Madrid. Fresh from his man-of-the-match performance in the Champions League final, the 26 year old speedster has linked up with the Argentine camp heading to the World Cup.