Here is a summary of yesterday’s stellar matches in the 2014 Brazil World Cup, courtesy of football enthusiast Aaron Moniz. Group C and Group D took to the field yesterday for some exiting goals and action. If you like what you see here, please check out more articles about the World Cup on my own website, http://www.EntertainmentRevisited.com
Yesterday, the World Cup provided surprises, twists and turns. The specialty for today was the amount of great goals that were scored.
Colombia vs Greece:
Formation Switch Tactic: Jose Pekerman, the Colombian manager, has attempted to maximize the effect of his sides without Radamel Falcao. He has changed the formation to a 4-2-3-1 (from 4-4-2) to allow key playmaker James Rodriguez to pull the stops. Victor Ibarbo will hold the left wing, but he is also capable of drifting in, and that would add a second dimension to Colombia. This is fantastic by Jose Pekerman.
Greece used 4-4-2.
GOAL! COLOMBIA HAS OPENED THE SCORING IN THE 6TH MINUTE! Pablo Armero! Colombia 1-0 Greece
Assist Without Touching the Ball: James Rodriguez uses a great form of technique here. When Cuadrado is in the box, he passes it to James…
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