1. Violence Erupts in Buenos Aires After Argentina's World Cup Loss

    Riot police fired tear gas and rubber bullets late Sunday to restrain a group of vandals who disturbed a peaceful rally celebrating Argentina's gutsy performance in a 1-0 loss to Germany in the World Cup finals...

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  2. Takeaways from Lionel Messi's World Cup Final Performance

    With a grim look upon his face, Lionel Messi accepted his Golden Ball award following his side's 1-0 World Cup final defeat at the hands of Germany. The Argentine looked upon a sea of his country's supporters...

    Ashkan Kargaran Written by Ashkan Kargaran about 1 month ago 774 reads 0 comments

  3. Messi: “Right Now, the Best Player Award Doesn't Matter”

    Picking up the Adidas Golden Ball award for being the best player during the World Cup finals is the last thing on Leo Messi's mind. The player would have preferred to have won tonight's final against Germany rather than an individual award...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Emilio Gonzales about 1 month ago 1,895 reads 1 comments

  4. Biglia: We Paid for Our Mistakes

    Argentinian midfielder Lucas Biglia spoke to reporters after his team's agonising World Cup final defeat to Germany...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Emilio Gonzales about 1 month ago 172 reads 0 comments

  5. Missed Chances Come Back to Haunt Argentina in Agonising World Cup Final Defeat

    "This pain will last a lifetime." Argentina midfielder Javier Mascherano speaks just as he plays: always with the heart on his sleeve...

    Daniel  Edwards Written by Daniel Edwards about 1 month ago 4,207 reads 28 comments

  6. Mascherano: Argentina Are in Immense Pain

    Argentina midfielder Javier Mascherano was one of the first protagonists to comment on his side's 1-0 defeat to Germany in the 2014 Brazil World Cup final...

    Dan Steckenberg Written by Dan Steckenberg about 1 month ago 207 reads 0 comments

  7. Demichelis: 'Fans Kept Us Awake!'

    Martin Demichelis claims Brazilians “threw fireworks at 4am” to keep Argentina awake ahead of the World Cup Final with Germany.....

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 1 month ago 144 reads 1 comments

  8. World Cup Final: Argentina Won't Buckle Like Brazil, Says Pablo Zabaleta

    Argentina will learn the lessons of Brazil's World Cup humiliation and maintain the steely focus that has taken them to the brink of a historic victory in their neighbour's backyard, according to Pablo Zabaleta...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 1 month ago 94 reads 0 comments

  9. Aguero: I'm Sure They're Scared Too

    “I'm sure they're also a bit scared,” Kun Agüero told Argentinian newspaper 'Olé' ahead of tonight's World Cup final against Germany.....

    Sam Rooke Written by Sam Rooke about 1 month ago 178 reads 0 comments

  10. Lionel Messi Doesn't Need World Cup Win to Be Considered Best of His Generation

    Can we just enjoy Lionel Messi as he is now? Only hours remain before Germany and Argentina face off in the final of the 2014 World Cup...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 1 month ago 4,654 reads 10 comments

  11. Lionel Messi Posts World Cup Message to Argentina on Eve of 2014 Final

    Lionel Messi has rallied Argentina with a message to fans and the wider world on Facebook . The Barcelona forward can write history with victory in the final and admits ...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 1 month ago 76,676 reads 72 comments

  12. Sergio Romero and the 5 Surprises of Argentina's World Cup Campaign

    The Argentine capital of Buenos Aires, and cities across the country, were invaded by crowds on Wednesday following a gruelling penalty shoot-out win against the Netherlands...

    Daniel  Edwards Written by Daniel Edwards about 1 month ago 2,399 reads 3 comments

  13. Lionel Messi Hits Bicycle Kick in Argentina Training Ahead of World Cup Final

    Lionel Messi is facing the biggest game of his life on Sunday, as Argentina take on Germany in the World Cup Final. And while nerves will undoubtedly play a part in the match, Messi and his teammates look pretty loose for now...

    BR-UK Staff Written by BR-UK Staff about 1 month ago 5,153 reads 5 comments

  14. Argentina vs. Germany Odds: 5 Reasons Argentina Will Win the World Cup Final

    Argentina heads into the World Cup final on the heels of a cautiously played draw with the Netherlands that was decided in a shootout...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Mike Pickett about 1 month ago 42,667 reads 4 comments

  15. What Can Argentina Learn from 2006 and 2010 World Cup Defeats to Germany?

    The experience of being knocked out of the last two World Cups by Germany should work in Argentina's favour when they take on the Europeans once again in Sunday's final...

    Dan Colasimone Written by Dan Colasimone about 1 month ago 10,908 reads 71 comments

  16. Enzo Perez Argentina Selection Is Unlikely Tactical Masterstroke from Sabella

    Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella cuts a curious figure from the sidelines as his nation plays. He certainly will not go down as one of the most dashing or aggressive figures ...

    Daniel  Edwards Written by Daniel Edwards about 1 month ago 3,229 reads 2 comments

  17. Do Argentina Need to Be More Offensive to Win the World Cup?

    While Germany received plenty of acclaim, congratulations and, to an extent, awe for the manner of their progress to the World Cup final, rivals Argentina were somewhat less on the ...

    Karl Matchett Written by Karl Matchett about 1 month ago 1,641 reads 10 comments

  18. Should Argentina Risk Starting Sergio Aguero?

    As the euphoria of a gruelling penalty shoot-out victory over the Netherlands finally dies down, Argentina turn their attention to their next match. It is not just any old clash...

    Daniel  Edwards Written by Daniel Edwards about 1 month ago 5,489 reads 3 comments

  19. Profiling Alejandro Sabella, the Argentina Manager Who Rarely Receives Praise

    Alejandro Sabella has a cut a comic figure on the sidelines throughout Argentina’s World Cup campaign...

    Nick Dorrington Written by Nick Dorrington about 1 month ago 3,567 reads 8 comments

  20. The Time Is Right for Lionel Messi and Argentina to End World Cup Wait

    "The Argentinean player, if he has a virtue is this one: he gets bigger in the biggest challenges,” renowned coach Angel Cappa said on Radio Onda Cera this week...

    Guillem Balague Written by Guillem Balague about 1 month ago 8,314 reads 66 comments

  21. Would Winning the World Cup Make Lionel Messi the Greatest Ever?

    On Sunday, Lionel Messi will play for not one, but two titles when he faces Germany in the World Cup final at the Maracana ...

    Sam Pilger Written by Sam Pilger about 1 month ago 38,270 reads 387 comments

  22. Javier Mascherano Will Be as Vital as Messi for Argentina in World Cup Final

    Underlining a fantastic World Cup with one of the great midfield performances against the Netherlands in the semi-finals, Javier Mascherano proved why he will be so vital for Argentina in the final...

    Dan Colasimone Written by Dan Colasimone about 1 month ago 1,443 reads 10 comments

  23. Argentina Fans Go Nuts on a Plane After World Cup Final Announcement

    These fans were presumably very unhappy to be stuck on a plane during Argentina's semi-final victory over the Netherlands. These same Argentina fans were very happy when the pilot announced that Argentina would be playing in the World Cup final.

    Sean  Swaby Written by Sean Swaby about 1 month ago 1,639 reads 3 comments

  24. History Says Argentina Will Defeat Germany in World Cup Final in Americas

    You are unlikely to find many fans from the host nation prepared to admit it. But a clash between Argentina and Germany in Sunday's World Cup final, played in no less a stage than ...

    Daniel  Edwards Written by Daniel Edwards about 1 month ago 12,199 reads 71 comments

  25. Lionel Messi: The Last South American No. 10 Left After Neymar, Rodriguez Exit

    And then there was one. In a tournament frequently illuminated by South American No. 10s, only Lionel Messi now remains...

    Nick Dorrington Written by Nick Dorrington about 1 month ago 23,359 reads 106 comments