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BOLA – Argentina with Otamendi popularized Italy without bri(lx)o in the final (international)

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Argentina won the Copa Finalissima for the second time in the competition’s history, beating Italy 3–0 in a one-way game, with Albiceleste’s team completely dominating.

Messi, Di Maria and Lautaro Martinez were in the spotlight, forming a deadly trident that just didn’t do more damage because Donnarumma was in a great plan between the posts.

The first goal was signed by Martinez served by Messi and the second was Di Maria’s kick, of course, which has already trained the fans to shine in the finals. Messi landed several shots on goal, but failed to beat the number 21, being involved in a game in which Dybala closed the scoring.

Let’s say Argentina are 32 games unbeaten in the best current string in the world, and Italy, who will not be at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, is looking to regain their pride after a humiliating elimination against North Macedonia (0-1).

Remember the game video:

90+4′: Game over! Party – Argentina, debuting with a victory at Wembley after three defeats and as many draws.

90+4′: Golo da Argentina (3-0): Dybala!

90+1′: Argentina play Lo Celso, Dybala enters and Di Maria replaces Nicolás González.

90′: Four more minutes to be played.

87′: Alvarez (Argentina) gets in a strike, but Donnarumma’s finish is wide of the goal.

84′: Change in Argentina: Lautaro Martinez out, Alvarez in; Romero exits, Pezzella enters.

77′: Barella receives a yellow card.

77′: Emerson leaves for Bastogne with another substitution for Italy.

76′: Substitution in Argentina: Paul out, Palacios in.

The game entered the last quarter of an hour.

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74′: Messi free kick over the bar.

72′: Yellow card for Di Lorenzo (Italy) after Messi’s ‘reversal’.

69′: Another throw from Messi, Donnarumma saved the third.

The results are beginning to please…

67′: Messi again… Donnarumma is busy.

65′: Messi in the minority defends as Donnarumma can!

Italy is going through a real suffocation.

64′: What a failure for Lo Celso after Messi’s pass to the far post.

62′: Substitution in Italy for Pessina incoming for Spinazzola.

62′: Di Maria’s first shot to “shake” Donnarumma.

61′: Di Maria hit, got the better of Emerson and forced Donnarumma to warm up.

59′: Locatelli shot, Emiliano Martinez holding up well.

56′: What a risky move by Bonucci that nearly betrayed Donnarumma…

Italy and Argentina have already met each other 15 times, the Italians are ahead (six wins against four losses), but the Albiceleste team was a black beast blue team this millennium (the last victory of Italy with a score of 3:1 took place in a friendly match in Zurich on June 10, 1987).

Argentina presses high, leaning on the opponent, leaving no room for the Italians to maneuver.

Chiellini (center), 37, says goodbye to blue team after 117 matches and eight goals since 2004.

46′: The second half has begun.

Mancini mexe na equipa: you know Chiellini, Lazzari enters; you know Bernardeschi, enter Locatelli; You know Belotti, enter Scmacca.

45+2′: Break at Wembley. Argentines lead the league table.

45+1′: Argentina goal (2-0): Angel di Maria, Lautaro Martinez pass.

39′: Yellow card to Bonucci for fouling Messi.

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28′: Argentina goal: Lautaro Martinez, pass to Messi, who survived the duel with Di Lorenzo!

25′: Messi’s kick against Bonucci.

24′: Raspadori (Italy) hits the wall with a free-kick and gets a corner from Bernardeschi on the rebound.

23′: Yellow card from Otamendi (Argentina) for a foul on Emerson.

21′: Belotti (Italy) heads from a free-kick, forcing Martinez to shine.

20′: Raspadori (Italy) takes a corner. Otamendi fouls.

Angel di Maria, saying goodbye to the Argentina national team after the World Cup in Qatar, creates a lot of imbalances on the right flank of the attack.

17′: Free-kick by Jorginho after a foul by Martinez (Argentina) on Bernardeschi (Italy).

12′: Struck Raspadori (Italy), but Emiliano Martinez confidently coped with the task.

In those first ten minutes, Argentina were more aggressive.

It should be noted that FIFA still does not recognize this competition, which already had two editions: 1985 (France beat Uruguay 2:0 in Paris) and 1993 (Argentina beat Denmark 5:4 in a penalty shootout after 1:1 ). for 120 minutes in Mar del Plata).

6′: Free kick taken by Messi, intercepted by Di Lorenzo.

Finalissima is a one-game match without extra time, in case of a tie the winner is determined by penalties.

2′: Messi’s first shot on goal was from the side.

1′: Rola bola.

The field is chosen by captains Chiellini (Italy) and Messi (Argentina).

Now the Italian anthem is playing.

Listen to Hino from Argentina.

Tribute to the central team of Italy Chiellini, who today says goodbye to the national team.

The main characters are already on the field.

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The commands are already profiled in the tunnel.

Ambassadors of the Finalissima take to the field with a trophy and accompanied by two children in honor of two recently deceased football players: Paolo Rossi (Italy) and Maradona (Argentina).

Full benches at Wembley. 10 minutes before the start.

Italy (European champion) and Argentina (South American champion, i.e. winner of the America’s Cup) will play from 19:45 this Wednesday in the so-called Finalíssima at the mythical Wembley Stadium in England.

The Chilean Piero Gomez is the referee, his assistants are compatriots Christian Schiemann and Claudio Rios, and the fourth referee is the Spaniard Jesús Gil Manzano. Also in the role of VAR will be the Spaniard Alejandro Hernandez, and the Portuguese Thiago Martins is accompanied by the Spaniard Juan Martinez Munuera in the AVAR.

Eleven already known

Italy: Donnarumma; Di Lorenzo, Bonucci, Chiellini and Emerson; Pessina, Jorginho and Barella; Bern Rdesky, Belotti and Raspadori.

Additions: Cranio, Spinazzola, Locatelli, Lazzari, Florenzi, Politano, Meret, Acerbi, Cristante, Scamacca, Pellegrini and Bastogni.
Coach: Roberto Mancini.

ArgentinaStory by: Emiliano Martinez; Molina, Romero, Otamendi and Tagliagico; Paul and Rodriguez; Dybala; Di Maria, Lautaro Martinez and Messi.

Subs: Armani, Foyt, McAllister, Pezzella, Coin, Alvarez, Rulli, Palacios, Nicholas Gonzalez, Lisandro Martinez, Papu Gomez and Lo Celso.
Coach: Lionel Scaloni.

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BALL – Brittney Griner pleads guilty (Basketball)

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Base Britney Griner, 31, Phoenix Mercyury player, two-time Olympic (Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020) and World (2014 and 2018) champion for the United States, pleaded guilty in a court in Khimki, Russia this Thursday on charges of “trafficking in illegal substances”, for which she was arrested on February 17 at the Moscow airport, upon returning to the country after four months of playing for UMMC Yekaterinburg during a break in the WNBA, she faces a penalty of up to ten months in prison.

The confirmation of the claim of the American basketball player was confirmed to CNN International by the player’s lawyers.

Griner left the Russian court without making any statement to reporters and is returning to the bar to hear her on the 14th of this month. Russian authorities claim cannabis-based oil was found in the basketball player’s luggage. Griner has been in pre-trial detention since February 17.

Griner was without charge and unable to contact his family and his wife, Cherell Griner, as he found himself at the epicenter of growing tensions between the US and Russia, exacerbated by the latter’s invasion of Ukraine since February 24 and the war.

In May, the US State Department classified Griner as “detained by mistake” and classified her as a “hostage” of Russia. Now, at a second hearing in the case – after being cross-examined last week – Griner has, to his surprise, pleaded guilty.

Russian prosecutors allege that Griner tried to smuggle cannabis in his luggage. The prosecution theory is based on Britney’s alleged intent to buy and import banned substances from Russia to transact in the US, as prosecutors defended in a previous hearing, Russian state news agency TASS reported.

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Also on Wednesday, the 6th of this month, in Washington, DC, at the White House, Griner wrote to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, the President and Vice President of the United States, that they consider his release and safe return to the country “a priority.” — reported that two senior Biden administration officials themselves called and spoke with Griner’s wife, Sherell Griner, for which the latter is “grateful,” he wrote in a statement.

“But I still can’t talk to Britney and am still worried about her until she gets home safe and sound. The fact that President Biden read the letter I sent him, although it took some time to respond, gives me great hope. I know that Britney will be more comfortable just knowing that she is not forgotten, ”Sherel Griner writes in the same note.

Britney Griner has not been forgotten by the WNBA, and even though the 2022/23 season has already begun, she is remembered in all pavilions and honorably elected to the main five of the All-Star game, which takes place on Sunday, October 10th. Chicago. The player continues to receive a salary despite being in Russian custody for almost five months.

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Gallardo: Enzo Fernandez’s future is ‘uncertain’ – Benfica

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With the Libertadores millionaires eliminated, the midfielder has doors open for a Benfica buff, but the River manager adds ambiguity to the speech

Following River Plate’s elimination from the Copa Libertadores at the feet of Vélez Sarsfield, midfielder Enzo Fernández left his doors open to leave Buenos Aires for Lisbon to strengthen Benfica ahead of the start of the new season. However, in statements at a post-match press conference on Thursday, Marcelo Gallardo, River Plate manager, said the midfielder’s future is not fully decided, unlike his teammate, who made his last appearance for the Millionaires. “[Palavras para Julian Álvarez e Enzo Fernández, que cumpriu hoje, muito provavelmente, o último jogo pelo River antes de se mudar para o Benfica?] Well, the case of Enzo Fernandez is not clear, not clear. I will say yes to Julián because it was his last game for him. I will tell you the same thing that I told him in person and then in the presence of his companions. For me, it is a source of great pride that I had the opportunity to coach him, to share in these years of growth that he had, and his football evolution. Today he moves to one of the biggest teams in the world. This makes me very happy and is a source of pride for me as I have seen him grow up and work hard. He has shown not only to me but to all Argentine football that he deserves the opportunity he has and I have no doubt that he will become an elite player, in fact he already is. He is a great boy, a great professional and I wish him and his family all the best,” said the millionaires coach, not to mention the situation with the midfielder, who has an agreement to move to Lush.

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BALL – “We know that we are a target to shoot down” (FC Porto)

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Pepe returned to work this Wednesday after a holiday. The captain assured that he was very motivated for another season in the service of the national champion.

“The expectation is always the same: to give our club the best and try to improve on what we did last year. This is our mission because we want to be healthy, bring joy to our fans and enjoy what we love to do. This is a year that will require a lot from everyone, and we are confident that we will manage. We will work for this and be able to respect our shirt,” the defender said, referring to the club’s website.

On the challenges they will face: “We are aware and confident that we have to be beaten for being champions last year, so we have to work very well. As I said, we need to improve on what we did last year. We have the Champions League, a competition where we want to celebrate our club and Portugal. We must work hard and with great enthusiasm to live until the end of the year happy.”

Pepe is still ready for next season, even at the age of 39: “First of all, it is the result of the luck I had to be at a great club like Porto where people work spectacularly. The coach demands a lot from us, he always makes sure that we can be at our best level in training. Even when we are not in Olivala, he requires us to try to be at our best, staying focused even when we are at home. That is why this demand from him (Sergio Conceição) helps me a lot to be at this level and to be at Porto, which gives me all the conditions to do my job.”

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