Sunday, November 15, 2009

Brazil vs England Friendly Match Live Score, Highlights Online November 14 2009

Match date: 14 November, 2009 -- Kick Off : 17:00 UK Time
Stadium: Khalifa International Stadium ; Location: Doha, Qatar

England will go to Doha to play Brazil in a friendly encounter on Saturday, November 14, 2009.

Team manager for England football club Fabio Capello is known to be a tough and he insists that his team’s stand-in players should be able to tackle the Brazil’s big boys. The spirit he oozes within the dressing room totally can change the team morale

He calls focus from his players in the camp that they can look forward to World Cup places.

Fabio has actually been instrumental to changing the Three Lions squad ever since he took charge.

Brazil on the other hand are a true world class squad and they will be the ones to be in contention for the World Cup finals in South Africa.

England’s regular aren’t playing in the match due to injury problems. However, Wayne Rooney as well as Gareth Barry are fit and fighting. John Terry will be doubtful due to ankle injury. David Beckham is also not playing due to preoccupied commitments. So will be missing are Steven Gerrard, David James, Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard, Ashley Cole, Theo Walcott and Emile Heskey. The fringe players will take this opportunity to prove their worth. Brazil start pre-match favorites.

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Uzbekistan have almost qualified for the 2011 Asian Cup after a 3-1 win at home to an inexperienced Malaysia team.

The Central Asians just need a point in their remaining two games to book their place at the Qatar competition.

Malaysia sent a young team to Tashkent and the Tigers were second best for much of the match.

The damage was all done in the second half.

2008 AFC Player of the Year Server Djeparov broke the deadlock just after the restart.

Then striker Alexander Geynrikh came off the bench to kill the tie.

The substitute scored after 57 and 65 minutes to give the hosts the three points.

There was still time for Malaysia, preparing for the SEA games, to grab a consolation thanks to Mohamad Zaquan.

Nicolas Anelka dashes Irish hopes of place at World Cup party

Ireland's Damien Duff attempts to dribble past France defender William Gallas at Croke Park. Photograph: Charles Platiau/Reuters

Nicolas Anelka, for all his extraordinary career, including moves amounting to £86 million and a medal collection not to be sniffed at, has never set foot at a World Cup. His intervention, 72 minutes into a contest dripping with tension, makes it advantage France.

Although Raymond Domenech's team played the classier football, it took a stroke of outrageous fortune to claim their away goal. When Anelka took aim from the edge of the area, Shay Given should not have been unduly worried. But the ball ricocheted off Sean St Ledger and lurched off at a brutal angle, off a post, and in. It was hardly the first time the Republic of Ireland have been dealt a bad hand in this play-off scenario.

It felt like a cruel twist of fate to meet the strongest possible opponents in the play-off zone – the team who were arguably a Zinedine Zidane shaped headbutt away from winning the last World Cup three years ago in Germany. France's selection, despite the injuries to a couple of bedrock players in Franck Ribery and Jérémy Toulalan, and irrespective of the inertia they had shown at various points in the group stage, was still fearsomely imposing. But in which of their guises would they turn up? The French connection or the moody blues?

The Republic, in contrast to the erratic French, have played with a very settled team throughout the campaign, enabling a newly formed group to build a hugely committed sense of purpose. Would that be enough? It took less than 20 seconds for Damien Duff to dispossess Bacary Sagna with a thumping challenge, as if to emphasise a point.

But for all the skin-tingling atmosphere of Croke Park, all the early bravado, there was a nagging sense of inevitability as France began to piece together some slick passing. André-Pierre Gignac looked an awkward customer as he roamed at the top of France's team. Anelka stalked around, probing, and passing with menacing authority. He has been their most inspiring performer of late and began willing to carry that label on his back.

Having come within a whisker of beating the world champions, Italy, last month, Ireland had to show they had absorbed the knee-in-the-kidneys lesson of conceding a last-minute equaliser. No silly mistakes. No lapses. That was the essential Trapattoni message.

Ireland had a scare in the 10th minute when Richard Dunne committed that cardinal sin. He switched off, allowing a long ball to sail over his head and into the feet of Gignac. The Toulouse striker clipped the ball over Given and into the net, but it was meaningless as he was ruled offside. Risky business from Ireland all the same.

Quarter of an hour gone. Green shirts pushed and pressed and hustled France from an advanced position all the way back to Hugo Lloris in goal. The crowd cheered heartily.

Ireland needed to apply some pressure of their own, and just before the half hour everyone gasped as Liam Lawrence faced an unguarded goal. Although the ball squirted off target, aided by a slight deflection off Patrice Evra, the moment felt significant, as something seemed to alter in both teams' minds. For the first time in the match Ireland showed some spark and France suddenly looked uncomfortable.

Keith Andrews took up the baton to strike from 20 yards, curling the ball wide. Seven minutes before half-time Thierry Henry awoke and carried the challenge back, wriggling through to drag his shot past a post.

Goalless at the break, the dilemma of sorts that both teams faced going into the second half was whether to keep the handbrake on, to preserve the platform of a draw for the second leg, or try moving through the gears.

Duff made no bones about which side of the fence he sat on, plugging in the Irish electricity with a mazy run to win a corner, before signalling to psyche up the fans. From the corner, Dunne nodded on to an unmarked John O'Shea, but the Manchester United defender sliced at the chance.

France responded. It was as if a switch had clicked. They sauntered forward in numbers to produce their most threatening spell. Lassana Diarra unleashed a fine long-range drive which swerved just away from goal, and then Anelka powered a shot for Given to tame. The Chelsea forward teed himself up again, but this time Kevin Kilbane supplied the block. Next up, Gignac's glancing header was tipped over by Given.

There was an even more heart-stopping moment when Evra gallopped on to Gignac's dinked pass and tumbled as he met Given's challenge. The referee ruled that it was no penalty and no booking for Evra.

After Anelka's deflected goal sparked celebrations for Domenech's team, Given kept the scoreline manageable when he dived at the Chelsea man's feet after Kilbane's error.

Hugo Lloris made an impression too with a fine save to deny Glenn Whelan an equaliser for the desperate home side three minutes from time.

Sunday, November 8, 2009


Malam ni Gua sokong pasukan Red Warrior Gua yang sebenar....Manchester United. Semalam Gua sokong Kelate...buat rugi tiket Gua sahaja. Buat malu orang Isle ja...nama kerajee Isle..tapi perangai teruk lagi ore kafir lagi. Gua harap Manchester dapat belasah Chelsea malam nih...kalau dapat balas 4-0 malam nih..Gua nak balas dendam....GO GO MANCHESTER..

Nik AJIS Ajar Jadi Kurang Ajar

Gua Malu Betul Malam Tadi...Gua Penyokong Kelantan...Kena LUDAH dan KENCING dengan penyokong Kelantan sendiri. Apa nak jadi lah dengan saing saing gua nih. Buat malu kompeni ja

Tuesday, November 3, 2009