Euro 2016 – Wales still dream: Match notes

In the meaum 12th game, Radja Nainggolan settled the ball in his right boot and dropped a superb shoe wayne Hennessey could do. The so-called AS Player Roma was pinning to a match start in which Belgium had re-shown its vertical and offensive

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and in which, almost incomprehensibly, he had squandered a triple occasion in which neither Carrasco nor Meunier nor Hazard were able to send the ball to the bottom of the net.

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Achieving the goal of the score, and when the match demanded a second blow to leave the opponent against the canvas, the red devils opted for contemplation. They gave the ball to Wales and positioned themselves in their field with the idea of simply defending the loot they had won. Chris Coleman’s thanks for the gesture and, far from being victims of anxiety, devoted themselves to moving the ball from side to side in search of a hole through which to pierce the opposing defense.

His tracking bore fruit quickly. The pair protecting Belgium’s left side, made up of the now unpublished Jason Denayer and Jordan Lukaku, crumbled with each ball in depth and allowed any player who ventured through that area to reach the area with great ease. From one of the many moves that the British braided about that plot came the corner where the tie was forged, added by Ashley Williams’s superb headbutt.

The Belgians wanted to react behind the tables, but Wales, who had already taken the key, refused to take a step back. Gareth Bale was able to score 2-1 by bringing the colors back out of the overflowing Denayer, but Thibaut Courtois was agile and confident to deflect his cross-shot. Likewise, Williams was able to get a return from the defensive passivity to the edge of rest, but this time his headbutt went high.

Belgium bleeds from the right

Marc Wilmots, a technician who is often accused of being passive, reacted after the break by removing the almost defunct Carrasco from the field to give entry to Marouane Fellaini. Their goal was to improve the consistency of the spinalr and prevent both Aaron Ramsey and Joe Allen from moving the ball as they pleased. In that sense, it did notice improvement belgium, but because it did not contain the left-handed gap, the problems were not solved.

In fact, the second goal was born from the inability of the sorry Lukaku-Denayer couple to solve their defensive work. Ramsey dropped a ball with subtlety near the corner, pulled the area out, and there Robson Kanu, without too much effort, turned on himself to sit the opponent’s back and beat Courtois with a good shot.

Although he had more than half an hour to turn the clash around, the Belgian draw managed almost or unsettled the rival goal. Both Hazard and De Bruyne moved too far from the area and Lukaku had no news until Wilmots sent him to the bench. As expected on such a stage, Wales hunted one against and killed the match. It was done by the newly entered Sam Vokes, who finished to the door a center sent from, of course, right by Gunter.

With this resounding and deserved 3-1, the draw of the islands gets into the semi-finals of the Euro. Portugal awaits there. Logic invites you to think of a Bale-Cristiano Ronaldo duel, but after we saw it today, it is clear that Coleman’s are much more than a simple individuality. They are a team with capital letters, a selection as intense as they are intelligent that knows how to take advantage of the weak points of their opponent. Wales’s dream is still alive.

The drafting notes for Players in Wales:

The drafting notes for players in Belgium:

The Man of the Party – Ashley Williams:

It was The one in Wales that was the victory of an entire team. Gareth Bale was expected to pull the tank once again, but it was other players who, with Cardiff’s performing at a slightly lower level than on other occasions, took the reins. While Aaron Ramsey, Joe Allen and Hal Robson Kanu might stand out, perhaps it was Ashley Williams who signed a fuller clash.

Swansea City’s headquarters served as captain and, in addition to leading his defense and aplombing all the opponent’s dangerous actions, demonstrated a superb air power that helped him score the much that entailed the tie of his own and the beginning of a beautiful comeback.

Euro 2016 – A second ridicule from Spain to finish a magical cycle: The notes of the match

The meetings between Spain and Italy are always a war. Known as one of the great black beasts of ours, the last envites had been resolved with favorable results for the Reds. Thus, the penalty shootout in the 2008 quarters was a real turning point in the history of the Spanish national team. This situation was repeated in the semi-finals of the 2013 Confederations Cup (also by penalties) and the final of the last Euro 2016, where those of Vicente del Bosque gave each other a real feast at the expense of the azzurra (4-0) that ended with Iker Casillas requesting the referees to finish the match to shorten the Italian agony.

Today the party presented itself as a real re-dal after what happened against the already eliminated Croatia days ago. To add an epic touch to the battle, the rainy Paris seemed to mourn the bad play that Didier Deschamps’s are deploying since the start of the championship and welcomed the two sets with a copious storm. The abundance of water caused mistakes to occur, so Italy was betting on taking the ball long to start its moves. The Italians surprised at the start with high pressure reminiscent of what happened against Sweden days ago. Spain was surprised and encountered endless problems resisting the transalpine onslaughts that left clear occasions such as Pellé’s header in the 8th minute that repelled David de Gea. However, at fifteen minutes there were two key factors. On the one hand, Vicente del Bosque provided more balance to the team by betting on a 4-2-3-1 that nurtured the center of the field. On the other hand, the light appeared in Paris. The worst moment had passed and Spain football shirt was beginning to own the ball. Minutes were advancing and it was confirmed that the match had returned to what everyone expected when Cuneyt Cakir beeped the start. But friends! The rival was Italy.

When it was the Spaniards who started to get the match a foul on the front ended up translating in the first goal of the match. It was Eder who threw from the front to the goalkeeper’s stick. David de Gea was unable to tackle the ball and left it at the feet of a Giorgio Chiellini who put his own ahead in ’33. After a nefarious performance against Croatia that cut off the wings to the possibility of being part of the nicest part of the draw, Manchester United’s goalkeeper erred again at a key moment. He played, in this way, rowing against what had been the best defender of the Euro. Very well located, team to its full extent, the Italian national team was purely superior to those of Vicente del Bosque and were extremely comfortable with the defeats that had been adopted by the match. The first part’s summary came in the 44th minute with Daniele de Rossi making a pipe for Andres Iniesta: the birds shooting at the shotguns.

The second part continued on the path that had been developed in the first half. The Spanish national team was unable to overcome the well-placed Italian defence and when it did it clashed with an immeasurable Gianluigi Buffon. With Busquets absolutely lost, the missing sides and a Cesc Fábregas that seems still in London, despite the attempts of the to-date European champion Italy was distinctly superior. There is no doubt that there is a period of reflection for Spain. The role played by ours both in the world past in Brazil and in the present Eurocup requires changes in the national team and that some of the regulars do not go anymore and leave the gap to players who (even if they had to play a secondary role) do not would raise their voices for the good of the team. Eder’s 2-0 in the final stretch doesn’t do anything unless we delve into the deep disappointment that a selection that started as a favorite and comes back with the ridiculous word tattooed on the forehead.

The Man of the Party – Giorgio Chiellini

In addition to an outstanding match at defensive level, juventus in Turin paved the way for his own by taking advantage of an ill-cleared David de Gea who alternated top-notch performances with some to forget, like the aforementioned one.

Although the azzurra shines through its block and the tremendous personality that has been equipped with its technician Antonio Conte, the center is a reference in that impregnable defensive amalgama. On the Italian horizon is now a Germany that will face next Saturday, July 2 in Bordeaux.

Spanish national team: Who will be the successor of Vicente del Bosque?

“My continuity is an issue that I have to deal with the president. I will have a conversation with the president and we will decide the most appropriate for the Spanish national team.” Yesterday, at the post-shock press conference that led to the farewell of the Spanish national Team (2-0 defeat to Italy), Vicente del Bosque left his continuity at the helm of the national team.

By all indications, the Salmantino will leave the Red and give way to a certain period of uncertainty that must be concluded well before, back in September, the qualifying phase for the 2018 World Cup in Russia begins. In principle, the Utrerano Joaquín Caparrós is the top favourite to inherit his position, but if Angel María Villar leaves the position of president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation to aspire to the throne of UEFA and there is a change of representative, the cast of candidates could grow considerably.

In fact, according to the newspaper As, in case Villar does not follow, the list of candidates on the bench of Spain would increase with such disparate technicians as Juan Carlos Garrido, Pepe Mel, Roberto Martínez, Julen Lopetegui and even the Frenchman Luis Fernández.

But there is one more alternative. If the RFEF elections are postponed until November and Villar is scheduled for re-election, the current ruler might choose to ask Del Bosque to hold office until that date, at which point he would already give way to the new coach. In this way, the formernico of the Real Madr

“My continuity is an issue that I have to deal with the president. I will have a conversation with the president and we will decide the most appropriate for the Spanish national team.” Yesterday, at the post-shock press conference that led to the farewell of the Spanish national Team (2-0 defeat to Italy), Vicente del Bosque left his continuity at the helm of the national team.

By all indications, the Salmantino will leave the Red and give way to a certain period of uncertainty that must be concluded well before, back in September, the qualifying phase for the 2018 World Cup in Russia begins. In principle, the Utrerano Joaquín Caparrós is the top favourite to inherit his position, but if Angel María Villar leaves the position of president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation to aspire to the throne of UEFA and there is a change of representative, the cast of candidates could grow considerably.

In fact, according to the newspaper As, in case Villar does not follow, the list of candidates on the bench of Spain would increase with such disparate technicians as Juan Carlos Garrido, Pepe Mel, Roberto Martínez, Julen Lopetegui and even the Frenchman Luis Fernández.

But there is one more alternative. If the RFEF elections are postponed until November and Villar is scheduled for re-election, the current ruler might choose to ask Del Bosque to hold office until that date, at which point he would already give way to the new coach. In this way, the former Real Madrid team would have to lead the team in the first four clashes of the aforementioned qualifying phase.

id tendría que dirigir al equipo en los cuatro primeros choques de la citada fase de clasificación.