Argentina vs. Brazil: Live Stream, Results, Scores and More
Argentina and Brazil will clash in an International friendly on Wednesday, September 28th. This is the second in a series of two meetings that features only domestically based players.
The lack of firepower on the roster was evident in the first match on September 15th, as it ended in a 0-0 draw.
This match will be streaming live on ESPN3.com.
The draw came as a surprise, as Brazil seems to have an edge in roster talent—especially on the offensive end. While players like Pato and Dani Alves are not available for coach Mano Menezes, he still has talented players like Neymar, Ronaldinho and Lucas.
Brazil will likely be without one key weapon for this match as Ganso deals with a thigh injury.
Meanwhile, Argentina has to deal with playing without the amazing services of Lionel Messi.
He is not the only key player unavailable for Argentina. Carlos Tevez, Sergio Aguero, Javier Mascherano, Gonzalo Higuain and Angel Di Maria are all not eligible for this match.
This means Argentina has to lean on quality players Mauro Boselli and Clemente Rodriguez to lead them to glory.
While this match clearly does not display its full assortment of star power, it is still a fantastically compelling match.
Brazil is ready to make a statement in the second leg of their this Superclasico. They have more firepower on their roster, and their talented youth will shine.
These two battled to a draw this past Wednesday as defense ruled the day in the 0-0 match. However, Brazil is in a better position to make adjustments and go on the attack. They have some young players that are still figuring out how to succeed on the highest level of play.
They will learn from their first game, and come out ready to strike.
The rosters of both squads are littered with inexperienced and backup players as only domestically based players are allowed to play.
Brazil is without the services of players like Pato and Dani Alves. This leaves young studs like Neymar and Lucas free to take the reigns and flash their immense potential.
Helping them succeed will be Ronaldinho. He is trying to prove he is still a valuable weapon to Brazil. And while he lacks the explosion that once made him one of the worlds best players, he is still a very dangerous passer.
As for Argentina, they have to figure out how to function without the amazing services of Lionel Messi. Messi is at the center of everything Argentina does. It is a huge adjustment to play without him.
He is certainly not the only key player missing for Argentina. Carlos Tevez, Sergio Aguero, Javier Mascherano, Gonzalo Higuain and Angel Di Maria are all not eligible for this match.
These absences leave Mauro Boselli and Clemente Rodriguez left with the task of trying to lead Argentina to glory.
I see this match playing out like the last one in the first half. Both teams will battle each other to a scoreless standstill.
The second half is when Brazil will adjust to the style of play, and begin to control more possession. This will lead to solid chances for Neymar. He will net two goals, and lead his team to victory.
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