Wednesday, July 18, 2012

There will be a great match between  fabor and barao.Every one is interested to watch this kind of games on live streaming.So if you really want to watch this game then click game-

However, what “Barao” may lack in accuracy, he makes up for with volume. The second most important number here is the standup striking ratio. “Barao” has pushed the pace, averaging 50 percent more striking attempts than his opponents, though mostly with jabs rather than power strikes. It is worth noting that “Barao” throws three times as many leg kicks as Faber.

Faber had to be more reactive in his fight against Cruz, but, in general, he does not rely on a high-volume jab attack. He picks his shots and throws heat. The critical question here will be if Faber can get the timing right and land some early damage by countering “Barao,” or if the Brazilian will mimic 

Friday, July 6, 2012

Monday, June 25, 2012

Italy beat England by penalty shootout.

Italy break England in shootout

Italian players celebrate after winning their Euro 2012 quarterfinal 4-2 on penalties against England at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev yesterday.Photo: 
England's penalty curse struck again here Sunday as Italy advanced to the semifinals of Euro 2012 with victory in a shoot-out after a tense quarterfinal duel finished 0-0 following extra-time.
The Italians will face Germany in the semifinals in Warsaw on Thursday after England's campaign came to a bitterly familiar end with their sixth defeat in a penalty shoot-out in seven attempts since 1990.
Italy clinched a 4-2 penalty shoot-out win after Ashley Young sent his spot-kick against the bar and Italy captain Gianluigi Buffon saved from Ashley Cole to seal England's fate.
The winning penalty was struck by substitute Alessandro Diamanti to leave England desolate once more at Kiev's Olympic Stadium.
England had taken a 2-1 lead in the shoot-out after Riccardo Montolivo hit his spot-kick wide but Young ceded England's advantage when he crashed his penalty off the bar.
Antonio Nocerino scored to restore Italy's advantage and when Buffon saved from Cole, Diamanti stepped up to clinch victory.
The defeat extended England's poor record of never having won a knockout game on foreign soil against a top-level football nation.
But England could have few complaints after being comprehensively outplayed over the 120 minutes of normal and extra-time, Italy with 35 attempts to England's 9 while enjoying 64 percent of possession.
The tone for a surprisingly open first half had been set after only three minutes, when Daniele De Rossi rattled the woodwork with a thumping shot from 25 yards that had Joe Hart beaten.
Thats very sorrow for England because they want to win the match.
With their confidence lifted England enjoyed their best spell of the match and a curling Johnson cross saw Wayne Rooney's diving header fly over with the Manchester United striker under pressure from Ignazio Abate.
But having soaked up the early English pressure, Italy soon got into their stride with man-of-the-match Andrea Pirlo springing England's offside trap to send Mario Balotelli racing clear on 25 minutes.
The Manchester City striker took just a fraction too long, however, and John Terry was able to snuff out the danger with a fine cover tackle.
Italy finished the half the stronger of the two sides, Antonio Cassano testing Hart with a long-range effort which was parried wide.
Cassano then turned provider when he headed back across goal for Balotelli, only for Joleon Lescott to get a vital touch ahead of his City team-mate.
Italy's dominance stretched into the second half, and England continued to live dangerously.
De Rossi wasted a golden chance to put his side ahead when he hooked wide after Claudio Marchisio headed Hart's punched clearance into the box.
Hart then rescued England with a fine double double-save, parrying De Rossi's long-range effort before blocking Balotelli's follow-up. Montolivo shot over the bar but England breathed again.
Hodgson made a positive double substitution on the hour-mark, bringing on Andy Carroll for Danny Welbeck and replacing James Milner with Theo Walcott.
The changes had little effect, however, with England unable to exploit Walcott's pace, leaving the Arsenal winger a frustrated spectator.
Prandelli meanwhile rang the changes for Italy, bringing on Diamanti for Cassano and Nocerino for De Rossi.
Diamanti was soon into the action testing Hart with a firm low shot. Nocerino also had a chance to snatch victory two minutes from time, latching onto Marchisio's lovely pass only for Johnson to block.
Now-a-days Europe championship is  going very tough for every team.

We need to believe to reach final: Ronaldo

Warsaw, Jun 22 ( - Portugal have an even chance of reaching the Euro 2012 final after a dominant second-half performance against the Czech Republic on Thursday eased them into the last four, forward Cristiano Ronaldo said.

"We had a lot of opportunities. The Czechs did not have any - that's a great game," he told a news conference as he received the man of the match award after scoring the game's only goal on 79 minutes and hitting the post twice.

"I think the chances (of reaching the final) are 50-50 and we just have to believe in it."

Coach Paulo Bento said his team rose to the occasion in the second half and do not mind whether they face France or Spain, who play on Saturday, in the first semi-final in Donetsk next Wednesday.

"I wanted the players to show what they did in the last 20 minutes of the first half in the second. I knew that if we could do that we would create a lot of chances," Bento told reporters.

"The semi-finals at a great tournament like this have great, very organised team. We will do the best to reach our goal."

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Up coming Europa cup would be the best competition in this ERA.The venues of uro 2012.

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    Gdansk, Poland

    PGE Arena
    Capacity: 40,000
    Built: 2011 | Tenant: KS Lechia Gdańsk
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    Poznan, Poland

    Municipal Stadium
    Capacity: 40,000
    Built: 1980 | Tenant: Lech Poznań, Warta Poznań
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    Warsaw, Poland

    National Stadium
    Capacity: 50,000
    Built: 2012 | Tenant: Poland National Team
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    Wroclaw, Poland

    Municipal Stadium
    Capacity: 40,000
    Built: 2011 | Tenant: WKS Śląsk Wrocław
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    Donetsk, Ukraine

    Donbass Arena
    Capacity: 50,000
    Built: 2009 | Tenant: Shakhtar Donetsk
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    Kharkiv, Ukraine

    Metalist Stadium
    Capacity: 35,000
    Built: 1926 | Tenant: Metalist Kharkiv
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    Kiev, Ukraine

    Olympic Stadium
    Capacity: 60,000
    Built: 1923 | Tenant: Ukraine National Team
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    Lviv, Ukraine

    Arena Lviv
    Capacity: 30,000
    Built: 2011 

  • Thursday, May 24, 2012