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BALL – Young dragons could not resist the rule of England (Youth League)



BALL - Young dragons could not resist the rule of England (Youth League)

The scenario for Jose Tavares’ team is now: play better than Liverpool in the last round to win Group D. In the 6th decisive round, scheduled for December 7, FC Porto hosts Atlético Madrid and Liverpool plays against the AC. Milan. At the end of these games, the scores will be settled.

Thus, Liverpool take the lead in Group D, adding the same 10 points as Porto, but with an advantage in the direct confrontation with the Dragons – in the first round, the result between the two teams was a draw (1 -1).

Dominic Corness, the biggest figure in the match, opened the scoring just five minutes later and in stoppage time made an assist to the goal of Bazhetić Makieira. In an extra stage, when the young dragons tried to alleviate this inconvenience, Max Woltman, served by Kaide Gordon, made the score 3-0. The advantage, which will still be extended during the compensation period, when James Norris closes the scores for the match.

Porto left Liverpool with a heavy defeat (0-4) and thus dropped to second place in Group D thanks to an exchange with their opponent this afternoon.

End of the match. Liverpool 4 Porto 0.

90 + 1 minutes: Liverpool’s goal! James Norris, already in compensation period, further increases the British advantage. 4-0.

90 minutes: Baichetić Makiira yellow card.

89th minute: Kaide Gordon’s yellow card.

85 minutes: Liverpool substitution: Owen Beck leaves and Luke Chambers enters.

78 minutes: Substitution at Porto: Jose Macedo leaves and Antonio Ribeiro enters.

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71 minutes: Liverpool substitution: Melkama Frauendorf comes in, Mateusz Musyalovski comes out.

70 minutes: triple substitution at Porto: exiting Umaro Candé, Jorge Meireles and Benicio Baker-Boaiti, exiting Rui Monteiro, Martim Fernandez and Gustavo de Barros.

69 minutes: Liverpool goal! Max Woltman, assisted by Kaida Gordon, increases the lead to 3-0.

60th minute. Jose Macedo tried his luck, but struck wide of the gate. FC Porto is trying to reduce the gap in order to re-enter the discussion about the result.

Start of the second part!

Too penalty for young dragons in the first 45 minutes. Balance was the dominant note, but the British were more cunning when it came to the finish line. Porto have proven they are capable of playing against Liverpool and are well placed to turn the tide in the extra stage.

Break. Liverpool 2 Porto 0.

45 + 3 minutes: Liverpool goal! With the help of Dominik Cornness and Baichetik Makieir, the score was 2: 0.

27 minutes: Jorge Meireles is very close to the goal. Dragons number 9, head, forces Fabian Mrozek to make a great save in the corner.

12 minutes: Substitution at Porto: Vasco Sousa leaves (injured) and Ricardo Assuncao enters.

8 minutes: yellow card to Owen Beck.

5 minutes: Liverpool goal! The assistants of James Norris and Dominic Cornness open up the Liverpool Academy assets from the penalty spot. 1-0.

The start of the match!

Recall that in the first round, Porto and Liverpool drew (1: 1) in the second round match of this group D, which took place on 28 September at the municipal stadium of Dr. Jorge Sampaio in Vila Nova de Gaia. Then Diogo Abreu scored for the dragons, and Melkama Frauendorf scored for the British.

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FC Porto: Ivan Cardoso; Jose Macedo, David Vinyas, Gabriel Bras, Rodrigo Pineiro, Vasco Sousa, Thiago Antunes, Diogo Abreu (C), Benicio Baker-Boaiti, Jorge Meireles and Umaro Candé.

Spare: Angel Gonzalez, Martim Fernandez, Antonio Ribeiro, Ricardo Assuncao, Bruno Pires, Rui Monteiro and Gustavo de Barros.

Trainer: Jose Tavares

Liverpool: Fabian Mrozek; Conor Bradley, Jarell Quansa (C), Budgetich Macieira, Billy Cumetio, Owen Beck, Kaida Gordon, Dominic Corness, Max Waltman, James Norris and Melcam Frauendorf.

Spare: Harvey Davis, Mateusz Musyalovski, Oakley Cannonier, Isaac Mabaye, Bobby Clarke, Terence McLaughlin-Miles and Luke Chambers.

Trainer: Mark Bridge-Wilkinson

Judge: Mohammed al-Hakim (Sweden)

Assistants: Max Robin Wilde and Niklas Nyberg (Sweden)

4th referee: Benjamin Speedy (Inglaterra)

There are already teams!

Thus, Jose Tavares’ charges already know that, having beaten Liverpool, they will immediately go to the next stage, and a draw may also allow them to reach the 1/8 finals, but for this they will have to wait for the result of Atletico Madrid – Milan, scheduled for 3 hours days on wednesday.

Whites and blues continue to lead the group with 10 points in four games (three wins and one draw), followed by England at three points. Atletico Madrid (4 points) and Milan (1 point) complete the quartet of this Group D.

This Wednesday (13:00) Porto will face Liverpool in the UEFA Youth League Matchday 5 of Group B. BOLA online will monitor this match with an accuracy of the minute, which in case of victory will automatically guarantee that the young dragons will reach the 1/8 finals of the competition.

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BALL – “This is an important victory, and we are in the fight” (Boavista)



BALL - "This is an important victory, and we are in the fight" (Boavista)

Petit analyzed Boavista’s 1-0 victory over Vilafrancense, looking to advance to the second round of Group F of the League Cup. In total, chess players have up to two triumphs in the same number of games in the competition.

“It was an honest victory for what we did. We could have scored more goals, it was a good game. We added to the match in the 30th minute. In the second half we were much better, this is completely our advantage. We could have scored one more goal. This is an important victory, and we are fighting, ”he began by saying that in flash interview.

Panthera won, but did not get rid of the panic towards the end of the match, when Nene from Vilafrancense appeared in the penalty area and almost hit his head: “We know Nene well, he is a free kick player. We have some defensive gaps, but we’ve been working on it. He won the ball, sometimes we can’t win all the balls. But the important thing is that we won another competition, and that inspires us.”

The coach spoke about the losses that he has in the team: “The absence of some is an opportunity for others. We have young and young players who have worked with us and already know what we want from the game.”

Boavista will take the field again on December 12, in the third round of the competition, against Vitoria de Guimarães: “There are fifteen days left until the next game. It’s a very big break, but it’s good for the players that there’s competition like this.”

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BALL – Draw in the big show between Spain and Germany (World Cup 2022)



BALL - Draw in the big show between Spain and Germany (World Cup 2022)

Spain and Germany presented perhaps the best game in this World Cup. The Spaniards came into play with a 7-0 thrashing of Costa Rica in the first game of the tournament, while the Germans had to call on their admitted composure to overcome the pressure created by Japan’s surprise defeat in the first game. Just a new defeat greatly upset the Germans.

What is certain is that the ball began to roll, and it soon became clear that both teams must win. A lot of dedication, a lot of struggle, a lot of respect, and the result was a great football game, in which, however, goals were only scored in the second half. However, they could well come in the first half. For Spain, Dani Olmo came close to scoring (7′), but Neuer saved the shot and the ball went to the crossbar, and then Jordi Alba (22′) shot close to the post. The same goal was scored by Germany, through Rüdiger (40′), but the move was annulled, the German defender was out of the game.

The second half was still very contentious and in Morata’s case it would have been a new man who would have made the nets shake: in the 62nd minute Olmo crossed Jordi Alba from the left, he crossed close to the field and the striker signed a great right hand foot.

When losing, Germany never lost organization and eventually reached a draw, rightly so, in a move in which the one who also shone was the man who started on the bench, in the case of Fullkrug, in a move that started in Musial, under cooperation of Sane and the supply of striker Werder Bremen. Previously, by the 74th minute, Musiala and Fullkrag missed good opportunities.

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The game continued very interesting until the very end, but the result did not change. There were two great teams on the field.

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BALL – “I respect all the players in Portugal, but I prefer those in Uruguay” (Portugal)



BALL - "I respect all the players in Portugal, but I prefer those in Uruguay" (Portugal)

Diego Alonso, coach of Uruguay, analyzed Monday’s match against Portugal with the second round of World Cup Group H in mind. A meeting of heightened importance for the South Americans, who drew with South Korea in the first game.

“We have already seen the balance that exists in this World Cup and what has happened with Argentina and Germany. [n.d.r. perderam com Arábia Saudita e Japão, respetivamente] and how difficult it was for Portugal to beat Ghana. We don’t underestimate the opposition or the result we showed against South Korea, but we are here to win games and keep the dream going,” he began with a warning before praising the Quinas teams:

“They have a very good team, with very good personalities, and an experienced coach who knew how to lead a team to titles. They have been playing together for a long time and that makes Portugal a dangerous team. But we also have our own arguments, which also make us a dangerous adversary.”

“Portugal have several options: they can play counterattack because they have speed or they can dominate because they have inside play. It’s a whole team,” he added.

When asked which element of the Portuguese team he would choose to play in “his” Uruguay, Diego Alonso answered bluntly: “With all due respect to the players from Portugal, I prefer everyone I have in Uruguay.”

The coach ruled out any advantage for Uruguay, Portugal’s “executioner” at the 2018 World Cup, stressing that “all games have a different story.”

On Uruguayans with Portuguese football experience – Darwin (ex-Benfica, starting XI against South Korea), Coates and Ugarta (athletes, unused substitutes): “They may have a deeper knowledge, but I don’t think that’s an advantage. We , of course, talked to them about any doubts, because we all help, but whoever is in the best conditions and in the best football moment will play.”

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