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  The tables would turn against the villain of the 2010 World Cup if not for a minor miracle. Luis Suárez duly stole the show, downing the Ghanaians in an inspired collective performance. But fate would dole out an even more painful punishment by the final whistle to oust both nations. Tactical analysis and match […]

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On the back foot, a goal behind, and suffering in a low block, Japan had given up their spot in the knockout stages. But their manager’s masterful, befitting the tradition of his nation, pulled through in the second half to produce one of the most dramatic nights to grace the World Cup. Tactical analysis and […]

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Argentina showed some improvement over the structural issues they have faced in possession so far in the tournament as they advanced into the knockout rounds here. Their opponents Poland played an extremely passive game and contributed almost nothing going forward, allowing Argentina to dictate play easily throughout. Tactical analysis and match report by Josh Manley. Poland […]

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