Published: Tue, July 03, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Maradona says he would coach Argentina again for free

Maradona says he would coach Argentina again for free

Two biggest stars of soccer world, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, will leave Russian Federation after their teams were eliminated in the round of 16.

Pogba was one of his country's best performers, perhaps only being bested by PSG's Kylian Mbappe who scored a brace and France will now face Uruguay next in the quarter-finals.

Russian Federation 2018 was Ronaldo's fourth World Cup participation, and while he netted four goals in the group stages this time around, he failed, for a fourth time, to score in the knockout stages of a World Cup.

There is no doubt that the Portugal team this summer had a more functional set-up than Argentina.

With two goals already, Modric has been fundamental to how Croatia have played and he was exquisite in Croatia's 3-0 victory over Argentina in the group stages.

Santos said despite having a close look at their opponents, it was impossible to legislate for Uruguay's first goal, which saw Luis Suarez find Cavani with an exquisite cross.

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"I wish God would give me the strength to go back to the pitch and play football".

Spain midfielder David Silva said his side will be treating the match "as if we were playing against Brazil". "We tried to surround him with the right players to take advantage of that talent, it is a talent that no other team has".

Here is the small 5-second clip posted by Twitter user Ronan, where you can see Maradona passing something from the VIP box. For 10 years now I have been watching him, learning from him. "He has to do more", the coach said after the Australia game.

Maradona also had some words of advice for Neymar after the Brazil global was criticised for his reaction to an incident with Miguel Layun during the second half of the Selecao's 2-0 victory over Mexico on Monday.

Denmark are unbeaten for 18 games, a national record, their last defeat coming against Montenegro in October 2016 and have kept six clean sheets in their past seven games thanks to 'keeper Casper Schmeichel.

The World Cup-winning legend hit the headlines earlier this week after needing emergency medical treatment at the end of Argentina's dramatic late win over Nigeria.

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