Yearly Archives: 2017

Ronaldo-Bale scores Real Madrid through World Cup final

Ronaldo-Bale scores Real Madrid through World Cup final

Gareth Bale scored Real Madrid’s victory over Al Jazira with a score of 2-1 at the Club World Cup semi-final at Zayed Sports City Stadium, Abu Dhabi on Thursday (14/12/2017) early morning hrs.

Previously, both teams had a 1-1 draw with Romanianho and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Real Madrid appear so dominating in this match. Reported by BolaSport.com from the official website of FIFA, Los Blancos berenalas team recorded 68 percent mastery of the ball and 12 on target of 35 efforts.

Compare with Al Jazira, who only get one shot of six experiments.

However, a single chance Al Jazira instead produce a goal in the 41st minute. Romarinho, one of two foreign players in the starting line-up of Al Jazira, fired a left-foot shot into the bottom right corner of the net without Keylor Navas able to drive.

Score 1-0 to the advantage of the host closed the first half.

The situation changed thanks to Al Jazira goalkeeper Ali Khaseif suffered an injury in the 51st minute. As a substitute, Khaled Al Senani was unable to stem the tide of pressure from Real Madrid.

Just two minutes after coming in, he picked up the ball from his net from Cristiano Ronaldo’s run. The star takes advantage of breakthrough bait from Luca Modric before firing horizontally into the bottom left corner of the goal.

Al Senani is not so bad. He had time to dispel Karim Benzema’s shot ball in the 62nd minute.

However, the rescue became meaningless as the second half of Real Madrid came nine minutes before the end of normal time.

Gareth Bale made a combination with Lucas Vazquez before firing a measured shot into Al Jazira’s goal. That was Bale’s first shot since coming on as a substitute less than a minute earlier.

Bale almost scored his second goal in the 87th minute, but his scorpion ball was denied by Al Senani.

Until the long whistle sounded, the score 2-1 for Real Madrid’s win did not change. For the second time in a row, Los Blancos reached the final of the Club World Cup.

At the top of the party on Sunday (17/12/2017), they would be challenged by the Brazilian representative, Gremio.

Al Jazira 1-2 Real Madrid (Romarinho 41 ‘- Cristiano Ronaldo 53’; Gareth Bale 81 ‘)

Composition of players

Real Madrid: 1-Keylor Navas; 19-Achraf Hakimi, 5-Raphael Varane, 6-Nacho; 12-Marcelo; 10-Luka Modric, 14-Marcelo, 23-Mateo Kovacic (17-Lucas Vazquez 68 ‘); 22-Isco (20-Marco Asensio 68 ‘); 9-Karim Benzema (11-Gareth Bale 81 ‘), 7-Cristiano Ronaldo

Coach: Zinedine Zidane

Al Jazira: 1-Ali Khaseif (36-Khaled Al Senani 51 ‘); 40-Mohamad Omar Al Atlas, 5-Musallem Fayez. 4-Mohammed Ali Ayed, 44-Fares Juma, 12-Saleem Rashid Obaid; 21-Yaqoub Yousef (45-Ahmed Al Ghilani 72 ‘), 51-Khalifa Alhammadi 14-Eissa Saqer Al Otaiba 60’), 10-M. Boussoufa; 7-Ali Ahmed Mabkhout, 31-Romarinho

Coach: Henk ten Cate

Referee: Sandro Ricci (Brazil)

About Penalty Panenka Hazard Goalkeeper Newcastle

About Penalty Panenka Hazard Goalkeeper Newcastle

Eden Hazard scored a penalty a la Antonin Panenka goal against Newcastle United Judi bola. Hazard, Antonio Conte, until the opposing goalkeeper commented about the penalty.

Hazard did it when Chelsea beat Newcastle 3-1 in Premier League action at Stamford Bridge on Saturday (2/12/2017). The Belgian forward advanced as a penalty taker in the 74th minute after Victor Moses was fouled by Matt Ritchie.

Hazard, who also scored Chelsea’s first goal, did not kick aloud to throw the ball into the goal. He just poked the ball in the middle and it was enough to deceive Newcastle goalkeeper Karl Darlow.

About Penalty Panenka Hazard Goalkeeper NewcastleFoto: Paul Childs / Action Images via Reuters

Darlow publicly admitted to disgusting such a penalty. But, he also praised Hazard.

“It’s a bit annoying to me, I’ll plead if I say no, but that’s also a very good penalty,” he admitted to Sky Sports.

After the match, Hazard was asked about his penalty. What is the reason to execute a penalty ala panenka despite its potential to fail big enough?

“When I take the ball, it’s just an instinct, I just want to do this, I just want the goalkeeper to move in. If he does not move, I’m in trouble,” Hazard told Sky Sports.

“He’s moving, the ball into the middle, that’s a good penalty,” he said.

With two additional goals against Newcastle, Hazard has scored eight goals in 18 games in all competitions this season.

“The important thing is to score a goal, the player can decide to shoot in any way, but the important thing is a goal, otherwise it can make me a little angry,” said Conte, Chelsea manager, about Hazard’s penalty.

Chelsea are now ranked third in the Premier League standings with 32 points from 15 matches. The Blues are under Manchester City (40 points) and Manchester United (35 points).

Neville: Selling Matic The Biggest Mistake Chelsea

Neville: Selling Matic The Biggest Mistake Chelsea

Phil Neville revealed if Chelsea’s defeat of AS Roma occurred because the team has lost the main midfield midfielder team Dewajudi77.com.

Where, according to former retainer of Manchester United dab Everton is selling Nemanja Matic to the rivals at the beginning of the season judged as the worst decision.

“What’s wrong with Chelsea? One word, Matic. When they sold it to United, then they too have made the biggest mistake, “said Neville told local media.

Last season Matic duet with N’Golo Kante in midfield Chelsea and able to make the Blues won the English League. But this season, the team decided to sell Matic.

And as a quarantine, Chelsea bring Timoune Bakayoko, but Neville claims if Bakayoko has a different type of Matic.

Zidane: I’m Not The Best Coach In The World

Zidane: I’m Not The Best Coach In The World

Zinedine Zidane does not believe that he is the best coach in the world despite winning the FIFA 2017 Best Coach award earlier this week.

The French-born coach confirmed how he did not like to talk about individual rewards, and stressed that this was a team effort.

“I received the award and I think it is in recognition of the work we did last season,” Zidane told reporters who met him.

“We have won many trophies together as a team and I am very happy.”

“But if you ask me if I am the greatest coach in the world, then I will answer no and that is because I am sure there are other coaches who are better than me.”

“If in 10 years from now I still train and keep winning, we can talk about it, so for now I’m not the best in the world.”

“What caught my attention was to keep working hard and enjoying work.”