Argentina and Germany will be playing one another in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final. The two national teams are very familiar with each other when it comes to World Cup play. This will be the third time they face off in the finals.
Argentina will meet Germany for the third time in a World Cup final when the two sides renew their rivalry Sunday. Argentina earned its berth by defeating the Dutch 4-2 in penalty shots after a 0-0 draw in regular and extra time. Here are the reasons Argentina is through and the Dutch have choked once again.
Lionel Messi is widely regarded as one of the best soccer players in the world, and has a chance to further his legacy Wednesday by getting Argentina into the finals of the 2014 FIFA World Cup with a win against the Netherlands. But will a win help him stack up better against Maradona, arguably the greatest player to ever don an Argentina uniform?
With the final spot in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final on the line, Argentina and the Netherlands, two soccer powerhouses, square off in Brazil Wednesday in the other semifinal game. What do Lionel Messi and Arjen Robben have to do to get their respective teams the victory? Latin Post.com takes a look.
Argentina and the Netherlands will be playing each other for the opportunity to play in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Finals. These two countries have a long rivalry with one another and will be playing in their fifth World Cup contest. Latin Post.com breaks down the teams and predicts a winner in this semifinals game.
Just four teams remain in the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. With just two games being played in the semifinals round, Latin Post.com previews and predicts every game. Which team will move on, and which teams will be eliminated?
The deeper a tournament goes, the higher the expected quality of each game. The 2014 FIFA World Cup has had its share of wondrous matchups, but the quarterfinals, which kick off July 4, will feature some of the best yet. Here is a ranking of the quarter finals matches in the tournament from most to least exciting.
Just eight teams remain in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. With four games being played in the quarter-finals round, Latinpost.com previews and predicts every game. Which team will move on and which teams will be eliminated?
The 2014 FIFA World Cup's round of 16 brought about a number of memorable moments in this tournament that will be relived throughout history. Latin Post.com now ranks and analyzes the remaining teams left in the tournament as the quarterfinals approach July 4
The knockout stage is underway for the 2014 World Cup. Argentina and Switzerland battle in a winner take all game where the victor advances to the quarter-finals. Let's preview the game and see who has the advantage.
With Argentina and Switzerland playing each other in the round of 16, we will be comparing these two countries on and off the field. Here's an in depth look at things like food, landmarks, soccer history, and other cultural factors.