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Argentina vs. Belgium live 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP Quarter-finals
|Argentina vs. Belgium live 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP Quarter-finals|
Watch Argentina vs. Belgium Live FIFA WORLD CUP 2014 on 05 Jul 2014 @13:00 Local time or Eastern Time 12:00 PM ET. Argentina vs. Belgium Live Match will held at Estadio Nacional Brasilia (BRA). Argentina vs. Belgium Live Match is under Quarter-finals. Here you can watch Argentina vs. Belgium live HD Football Match and also get free p2p live stream! based on your demand. Just follow the below links which will lead you to go the live match. You are most welcome to catch Argentina vs. Belgium live enjoyable match events staying with us.
|Argentina vs. Belgium live 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP Quarter-finals on 05 Jul 2014|
Argentina vs. Belgium LIVE 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP MATCH
COMPETITION NAME: Argentina vs. Belgium
VENUE: Estadio Nacional Brasilia (BRA)
COMPETITOR: Argentina, Belgium
DATE: 05 Jul 2014
TIME: 13:00 Local time | 12:00 PM ET
TV: ABC, ESPN2
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Squad Lists (Argentina)
Romero, Zabaleta, F Fernández, Garay, Basanta; Gago, Mascherano, Di Maria; Messi; Lavezzi, Higuaín
COACH: Alejandro SABELLA (ARG)
1 Sergio Romero goalkeeper, Monaco
2 Ezequiel Garay defender, Benfica
3 Hugo Campagnaro defender, Internazionale
4 Pablo Zabaleta defender, Manchester City
5 Fernando Gago midfielder, Boca Juniors
6 Lucas Biglia midfielder, Lazio
7 Ángel di María midfielder, Real Madrid
8 Enzo Pérez midfielder, Benfica
9 Gonzalo Higuaín forward, Napoli
10 Lionel Messi (captain) forward, Barcelona
11 Maxi Rodríguez midfielder, Newell’s Old Boys
12 Agustín Orión goalkeeper, Boca Juniors
13 Augusto Fernández midfielder, Celta Vigo
14 Javier Mascherano midfielder, Barcelona
15 Martín Demichelis defender, Manchester City
16 Marcos Rojo defender, Sporting
17 Federico Fernández defender, Napoli
18 Rodrigo Palacio forward, Internazionale
19 Ricardo Álvarez midfielder, Internazionale
20 Sergio Agüero forward, Manchester City
21 Mariano Andújar goalkeeper, Catania
22 Ezequiel Lavezzi forward, Paris Saint-Germain
23 José María Basanta defender, Monterrey
Squad Lists (Belgium)
Courtois, Alderweireld, Van Buyten, Kompany, Vertonghen; Witzel, De Bruyne, Fellaini; Mertens, Lukaku, E Hazard
Goalkeepers: Thibaut Courtois (Atletico Madrid, on loan from Chelsea), Simon Mignolet (Liverpool), Sammy Bossut (Zulte Waregem).
Defenders: Toby Alderweireld (Atlético Madrid), Laurent Ciman (Standard Liege), Vincent Kompany (Manchester City), Nicolas Lombaerts (Zenit), Daniel Van Buyten (Bayern Munich), Anthony Vanden Borre (Anderlecht), Thomas Vermaelen (Arsenal), Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham).
Midfielders: Nacer Chadli (Tottenham), Steven Defour (Porto), Moussa Dembélé (Tottenham), Marouane Fellaini (Manchester United), Axel Witsel (Zenit).
Forwards: Kevin De Bruyne (Wolfsburg), Eden Hazard (Chelsea), Adnan Januzaj (Manchester United), Romelu Lukaku (Everton), Dries Mertens (Napoli), Kevin Mirallas (Everton), Divock Origi (Lille).
COACH: Marc WILMOTS (BEL)
The Match Facts of Argentina VS Belgium 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP
OFFICIALS Referee: Nicola RIZZOLI from Italy (ITA)
Assistant Referee 1: Renato FAVERANI (ITA)
Assistant Referee 2: Andrea STEFANI (ITA)
Fourth official: Benjamin WILLIAMS (AUS)
TOTAL MATCHES PLAYED: 4
ARG: WINS (3), DRAWS (0)
BEL: WINS (1), DRAWS (0)
TOTAL GOALS SCORED: 14
|Stadium of ESTADIO NACIONAL|
About the Stadium of ESTADIO NACIONAL:
Stadium name: Estadio Nacional
Year constructed: 2012
Overall capacity: 69349
Few Brazilian cities can match the capital Brasilia when it comes to architecture, and the imposing Estadio Nacional Mane Garrincha is a reflection of that, an arena with seating for 69,349 spectators, making it the second largest of the stadiums hosting matches at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™.
The city’s Estadio Nacional has been all but demolished to make way for the stadium, which boasts a new facade, metal roof and stands, as well as a lowered pitch enabling unobstructed views from every seat.
Founded on carbon neutrality, recycling and complete access via public transport, this environmentally friendly construction project consolidates Brasilia’s status as a world leader in sustainable urban planning, creating a valuable legacy for other sectors of the local economy.
The Estadio Nacional will host the Opening Match at the FIFA Confederations Cup Brazil 2013 and seven games at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, one of them a quarter-final tie.
The stadium will be Brasilia’s third, along with the Serejao, the home of Brasiliense, and the Bezerrao, which was recently refurbished and reopened in 2008. Following the world finals the arena will be used to host concerts and major cultural events.
About the City of BRASILIA:
The construction of this ultra-modern city, situated in the centre of Brazil, began in 1956. Since its official foundation on 21 April 1960, the city has served the purpose for which it was built: to replace Rio de Janeiro as the country's capital. As a result, the bulk of Brazil's federal administration and political power are centred here.
The move to take the capital away from the coast gradually began gathering momentum after Brazil gained independence in 1822. The switch was intended to symbolise the country's change from a colonial state to an independent nation, and this intention was legally documented in 1891 by an article in the Constitution. But it was not until 1953, under the presidency of Getulio Vargas, that the idea resurfaced. It fell to another president, Juscelino Kubitschek, to bring the project to fruition, with the start of construction in 1956 and the city's official founding four years later both coming during his time in office.
One of the city's striking features is its wide avenues, which surround both its public buildings and its two districts, one to the north and the other to the south. These are divided into so-called superblocks, each of which contain numerous buildings. The central part of the cross is the Praça dos Três Poderes (Three Powers' Square). Here can be found the country's seats of Executive and Legislative Power as well as the headquarters of the Supreme Federal Court.
Widely considered to be avant-garde city in architectural terms, the Metropolitan Cathedral of Brasilia and the Juscelino Kubitschek Bridge are without doubt the most iconic structures. Both were designed by Oscar Niemeyer, the man behind most of the landmark buildings in the new capital. Due to its architectural feats,
Brasilia is the only city in the world constructed in the 20th century to have been declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO.
The Federal District of which Brasília is the capital is home to two clubs that have had recent successful surges in Brazil's elite: Sociedade Esportiva do Gama and Brasiliense Futebol Clube - the surprising runners-up of the Copa do Brasil in 2002.
Brasília has a recognized tradition in hosting first-rate sporting events and was one of the host cities of the FIFA Futsal World Cup 2008, which was played at the Nilson Nelson - a sports hall situated right in front of the brand new Estadio Nacional Mane Garrincha - a 70,000-seater that is now one of the biggest stadiums in the country. The city also boasts two other important football grounds in the Serejão, where Brasiliense plays its home matches, and the Bezerrão - which was completely redesigned and inaugurated in November 2008 with the presence of the Seleção in a 6-2 blow out win over Portugal.