World Cup Qualifying Results, Goal of Self-Savings Save Argentina
Argentina national team held Venezuela 1-1 in the 2018 World Cup qualifying party at the El Monumental Stadium, Buenos Aires, Tuesday (05/09/2017) or Wednesday morning WIB Agen Bola. Argentina’s goal came from the suicide of the opposing player, Rolf Feltscher (54th minute), to equalize after Venezuela took the lead through Jhon Murillo (51 ‘).
This is disadvantageous for Argentina as they are burdened with a winning duel on the 16th matchday of the Conmebol Zone. Moreover, Team Tango reinforced a sharp trident in the form of Lionel Messi, Paulo Dybala and Mauro Icardi as a starter.
Only, no goalscoring despite Argentina’s 78 percent controlled the ball and fired 16 shots in the first half. Only three of them are right on target. The last important effort came at the end of the first half.
Lionel Messi hard shot can be pushed over by the goalkeeper of Venezuela, Wuilker Farinez, brilliantly. The game entered tension in the first 10 minutes of the second half.
Constantly pressed, Venezuela was able to excel first through Jhon Murillo’s kick past the head of goalkeeper Sergio Romero.
Argentina stung. Through Marcos Acuna’s slick move on the right side, he gave a cross which went in the net after striking Feltscher.
There is no additional goal despite Argentina’s total of 76 percent possession and 20 shots!
The result of just one point this makes Lionel Messi cs get scorn of his own supporters in Monumental. They are still ranked fifth in 2018 World Cup Qualifying standings or have not entered the automatic escape zone in the top four.
Argentina are in the play-off zone with 24 points, below Brazil (37), Colombia (26), Uruguay (24) and Peru (24). Jorge Sampaoli’s squad have a chance of remaining two matches against Peru (5/10/2017) and Ecuador (10/10/2017) to secure the remaining allotment to the 2018 World Cup. (Give Bagja)
Argentina 1-1 Venezuela (Rolf Feltscher 54’-suicide; Jhon Murillo 51 ‘)
Argentina (3-4-2-1): 1-Sergio Romero; 14-Javier Mascherano, 3-Federico Fazio, 17-Nico Otamendi; 16-Lautaro Acosta, 15-Guido Pizarro, 19-Ever Banega, 11-Angel Di Maria (18-Marcos Acuna 25 ‘); 10-Lionel Messi, 21-Paulo Dybala (13-Dario Benedetto); 7-Mauro Icardi (22-Javier Pastore).
Coach: Jorge Sampaoli
Venezuela (4-2-3-1): 1-Wuilker Farinez; 2-Victor Garcia, 13-Jhon Chancellor, 3-Mikel Vilanueva; 20-Rolf Feltscher; 5-Arquimedes Figuera, 18-Junior Moreno; 15-Jhon Murillo, 14-Yangel (19-Juan Colina), 9-Sergio Cordova (6-Jose Velazquez); 23-Salomon Rondon.
Coach: Rafa Dudamel