Netherlands 0 (2) x (4) 0 Argentina ● 2014 World Cup Semifinal Goals & Highlights + Penalties HD
With the rival controlled, Argentina tried to leave and propose the game. Enzo Pérez and Lavezzi switched positions, and the second imposed a run on the right side of the field. The best plays of the first half got off their feet, with advances to the bottom line. Nothing, however, that excited him very much. Messi, in the same band on the field, but a little further back, appeared more for tables than for individual plays. De Jong chased him, and the ace could not make a difference.The fear of losing continued to dictate the pace of the game in the second half. The difference is that it was Holland that started to have more of the ball and try to create something. Try, and only, because nothing happened. It was ball to the left, ball to the right, and Argentine tackling. Van Persie didn't even show up to make fun, while Robben and Sneidjer missed almost everything, even set pieces. Van Gaal even tried to gas, exchanging Martins Indi for Janmaat and putting Kuyt on the left. And everything went the same way.Argentina is in the World Cup final thanks to an unlikely hero. A hero who arrived in Brazil criticized, contested, and repeated Goycochea 24 years later. On the day that they complete 198 years of independence, the brothers beat Holland on penalties thanks to Sergio Romero and are in the decision on Sunday, against Germany, in Maracanã. Called Chiquito for being the shortest of four siblings in childhood, the goalkeeper was a giant and stopped the efforts of Vlaar and Sneijder.Rptimao Videos: https://www.youtube.com/rptimaovideosRptimao TV: https://www.youtube.com/rptimaotvRptimao Videos 2: https://www.youtube.com/rptimaowww.instagram.com/rudacabralCopyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.