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Di María has been brutal today (and the entire tournament so far). Higuaín and Agüero not much better...this supporting cast isn't doing Messi any favours.

Di María's plan today = shoot from any distance, avoid passing if possible. Strange too, because he's not usually selfish.

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Di María has been brutal today (and the entire tournament so far). Higuaín and Agüero not much better...this supporting cast isn't doing Messi any favours.

Di María's plan today = shoot from any distance, avoid passing if possible. Strange too, because he's not usually selfish.

Can't really rely on Messi.

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Is Argentina's kit white shorts then? Become accustomed to them wearing white shorts, assumed that would be the same again this time round. I know they wore white shorts in their previous two games but I just assumed that they were doing it because of FIFA's arbitrary kit rules.

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City's first goal ain't it?

In this tournament that is

Heh, now there's a stat. I believe so, yeah. Aguero hasn't scored and neither has Yaya. We don't have that many at the tournament (well, comparatively speaking because we've got quite a few missed out who could be there and weren't selected such as Negredo, Nasri, Clichy). Kompany, Zabaleta, Demichelis, Hart, Milner, Aguero, Silva, Dzeko, Yaya. Think that's it.

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Simultaneous injuries and subs at both games. Odd.

Edit: or not. The BIH player isn't deadly wounded after all.

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Is Argentina's kit white shorts then? Become accustomed to them wearing white shorts, assumed that would be the same again this time round. I know they wore white shorts in their previous two games but I just assumed that they were doing it because of FIFA's arbitrary kit rules.

Yes, the shorts used to be black but were changed to white because of FIFA's new kits rules.

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Fernandinho scored against Cameroon.

Ha, shout Paulo! Indeed, you're correct.

I blocked that goal out of my memory because it cost me £70 :D

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Yes, the shorts used to be black but were changed to white because of FIFA's new kits rules.

Kit rules are silly. Black shorts are traditional Argentina attire, should be allowed to wear the black if they wish. I can understand in circumstances where the opposition wear dark attire also, but in a case like this where the entire opposition kit is bright green, I don't think it should matter.

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Kit rules are silly. Black shorts are traditional Argentina attire, should be allowed to wear the black if they wish. I can understand in circumstances where the opposition wear dark attire also, but in a case like this where the entire opposition kit is bright green, I don't think it should matter.

I agree but apparently FIFA think many people still have black and white TVs...

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Kit rules are silly. Black shorts are traditional Argentina attire, should be allowed to wear the black if they wish. I can understand in circumstances where the opposition wear dark attire also, but in a case like this where the entire opposition kit is bright green, I don't think it should matter.

The referee's short is black.

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Strange how Zabaleta wears #4... wears #5 for City and is a right back, traditionally assigned number 2 or 5. #4 is a CBs number... or is this because South America numbers positions differently to Europe? I didn't think the defence was different mind you, just thought it was the attack.

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