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Caravario: Messi abandoned in final


Angel Correa's potential starting to emerge at Atletico Madrid

Angel Correa's slick movement against Eibar on Saturday helped Atletico Madrid pick up three points.
Angel Correa's slick movement against Eibar on Saturday helped Atletico Madrid pick up three points.

Angel Correa announced himself to a European audience by coming off the bench to lead Atletico Madrid to a 2-0 win away to Eibar on Saturday. He entered the pitch just past the hour mark, produced a lovely drop of the shoulder and crisp finish to open the scoring a minute later and then provided the assist for the second, scored by Fernando Torres.

Correa's path to La Liga has been far from straightforward. Born in Rosario, Argentina into a family of 10 siblings, he grew up in a poor, gang-ridden...

 By Tim Vickery

Leo Messi and Neymar hot on Wayne Rooney's heels to hit half-century mark

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Wayne Rooney has scored more international goals than all but four South Americans. Leo Messi and Neymar, however, aren't far behind.

To put Wayne Rooney's England goal-scoring record in perspective, only four South American players have hit the back of the net more times for their national teams. Rooney now has 50 for England. He is outscored by a Brazilian triumvirate (Pele -- 77, Ronaldo -- 62, and Romario -- 55) and by Argentina's Gabriel Batistuta (56).

A couple of contemporary South Americans are breathing down Rooney's neck, though. Lionel Messi's late equaliser for Argentina against Mexico on Tuesday night takes him up...

 By Sam Kelly

Argentina and Martino left with plenty to ponder following Mexico draw

Javier Mascherano insists Argentina must adjust to Lionel Messi and help him find his best form for the national team.

It was hard for Argentina coach Gerardo Martino to learn anything from last Friday's easy 7-0 win over Bolivia but Tuesday's 2-2 draw against Mexico will have given him plenty to ponder.

Martino opted for something much closer to Argentina's standard starting 4-3-3, with Carlos Tevez paired with Lionel Messi in attack for the first time since Martino took charge.

The main departures from the normal lineup were Facundo Roncaglia's presence at right-back instead of Pablo Zabaleta, Nahuel Guzman starting...

Mexico raise game until late collapse in draw with Argentina

Mexico squandered a two-goal lead as Sergio Aguero and Lionel Messi scored late goals to earn the Albiceleste a 2-2 draw at AT&T Stadium.

In a lively 2-2 draw Argentina, Mexico again showed a predilection to raise or lower its game to the opponent's level of play, matching Argentina's skill at times and outperforming their rivals in intensity for long stretches until a late collapse saw an even scoreline emerge as the final result.

Besides the sorry condition of the playing field, where the temporary sod left gaps and seams all over the surface, three things in particular stood out from the match.

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1. Hernandez finds redemption...

 By Tim Vickery

Carlos Tevez's Argentina future on the line as Martino searches for balance

Defensive midfielder Javier Mascherano discusses how Argentina must adjust with Lionel Messi on the pitch and help him find his best form with the national team.
Argentina defensive midfielder Javier Mascherano shares his thoughts on facing Mexico and how his side will try to limit El Tri's counterattacks.

What is the international future of Carlos Tevez? The Boca Juniors striker is set to play his 74th game for Argentina against Mexico in Dallas on Tuesday night, and a record of 13 international goals is not even a mediocre return for a player who regards himself as a centre-forward.

Admittedly, since his recall last November, many of his appearances have come as a substitute. There was, for example, precious little chance to improve his record in his 73rd game last Friday against Bolivia in Houston....

 By Sam Kelly

Kranevitter provides Argentina hope for the future in Bolivia hammering

Sergio Aguero netted twice as Argentina eased to a win.

Argentina's 7-0 trouncing of Bolivia on Friday night wasn't exactly thrill-a-minute, but there were still one or two instructive points to be taken from it.

If friendlies are for learning and experimenting, then perhaps too many of Argentina's in the last few years have been strolls in the park and while this one was far from an even match, it at least gave us one or two glimpses of what could be coming in the future for Gerardo Martino's team.

Lionel Messi being benched is, it's probably safe to...