Arsenal vs Manchester City Kick-off Time BPL 2014-2015

In this post You can see the kick off time of EPL matches between Arsenal FC vs Manchester City FC for the season 2014-15


1st match of the season will be played on Saturday 13th September 2014.
Match start time is 12:45 PM BST (According to UK Time)
07:45 AM EST (Eastern Standard Time of United States)

2nd and last match of the season to be played on Saturday 17th January, 2015
Match start time is 03:00 PM BST (According to UK Time)
10:00 AM EST (Eastern Standard Time of USA)

NOTE: If you live anywhere in world and you don't know your own local kick off time, please feel free contact me with your country and city name at azeemsheikh28@gmail.com.


The list below includes the country's name, (capital city) and its (continent abbreviation.)


Afghanistan (Kabul) (AS)
Albania (Tirane) (EU)
Algeria (Algiers) (AF)
Andorra (Andorra la Vella) (EU)
Angola (Luanda) (AF)
Antigua and Barbuda (St. John's) (NA)
Argentina (Buenos Aires) (SA)
Armenia (Yerevan) (EU)
Australia (Canberra) (AU)
Austria (Vienna) (EU)
Azerbaijan (Baku) (AS)
Bahamas (Nassau) (NA)
Bahrain (Manama) (AS)
Bangladesh (Dhaka) (AS)
Barbados (Bridgetown) (NA)
Belarus (Minsk) (EU)
Belgium (Brussels) (EU)
Belize (Belmopan) (NA)
Benin (Porto-Novo) (AF)
Bhutan (Thimphu) (AS)
Bolivia (Sucre) (SA)
Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo) (EU)
Botswana (Gaborone) (AF)
Brazil (Brasilia) (SA)
Brunei (Bandar Seri Begawan) (AS)
Bulgaria (Sofia) (EU)
Burkina Faso (Ouagadougou) (AF)
Burma/Myanmar (Nay Pyi Taw) (AS)
Burundi (Bujumbura) (AF)
Cambodia (Phnom Penh) (AS)
Cameroon (Yaounde) (AF)
Canada (Ottawa) (NA)
Cape Verde (Praia) (EU - Portugal)
Central African Republic (Bangui) (AF)
Chad (N'Djamena) (AF)
Chile (Santiago) (SA)
China (Beijing) (AS)
Colombia (Bogota) (SA)
Comoros (Moroni) (AF)
Congo (Brazzaville) (AF)
Congo, Democratic Republic of (Kinshasa) (AF)
Costa Rica (San Jose) (NA)
Cote d'Ivoire/Ivory Coast (Yamoussoukro) (AF)
Croatia (Zagreb) (EU)
Cuba (Havana) (NA)
Cyprus (Nicosia) (AS) and/or (EU)
Czech Republic (Prague) (EU)
Denmark (Copenhagen) (EU)
Djibouti (Djibouti) (AF)
Dominica (Roseau) (NA)
Dominican Republic (Santo Domingo) (NA)
East Timor (Dili) (AS)
Ecuador (Quito) (SA)
Egypt (Cairo) (AF)
El Salvador (San Salvador) (NA)
Equatorial Guinea (Malabo) (AF)
Eritrea (Asmara) (AF)
Estonia (Tallinn) (EU)
Ethiopia (Addis Ababa) (AF)
Fiji (Suva) (AU - Oceania)
Finland (Helsinki) (EU)
France (Paris) (EU)
Gabon (Libreville) (AF)
Gambia (Banjul) (AF)
Georgia (Tbilisi) (EU)
Germany (Berlin) (EU)
Ghana (Accra) (AF)
Greece (Athens) (EU)
Grenada (St. George's) (NA)
Guatemala (Guatemala City) (NA)
Guinea (Conakry) (AF)
Guinea-Bissau (Bissau) (AF)
Guyana (Georgetown) (SA)
Haiti (Port-au-Prince) (NA)
Honduras (Tegucigalpa) (NA)
Hungary (Budapest) (EU)
Iceland (Reykjavik) (EU)
India (New Delhi) (AS)
Indonesia (Jakarta) (AS)
Iran (Tehran) (AS)
Iraq (Baghdad) (AS)
Ireland (Dublin) (EU)
Israel (Jerusalem) (AS)
Italy (Rome) (EU)
Jamaica (Kingston) (NA)
Japan (Tokyo) (AS)
Jordan (Amman) (AS)
Kazakhstan (Astana) (AS)
Kenya (Nairobi) (AF)
Kiribati (South Tarawa) (AU - Oceania)
Korea, North (Pyongyang) (AS)
Korea, South (Seoul) (AS)
Kuwait (Kuwait City) (AS)
Kyrgyzstan (Bishkek) (AS)
Laos (Vientiane) (AS)
Latvia (Riga) (EU)
Lebanon (Beirut) (AS)
Lesotho (Maseru) (AF)
Liberia (Monrovia) (AF)
Libya (Tripoli) (AF)
Liechtenstein (Vaduz) (EU)
Lithuania (Vilnius) (EU)
Luxembourg (Luxembourg) (EU)
Macedonia (Skopje) (EU)
Madagascar (Antananarivo) (AF)
Malawi (Lilongwe) (AF)
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) (AS)
Maldives (Male) (AS)
Mali (Bamako) (AF)
Malta (Valletta) (EU)
Marshall Islands (Majuro) (AU - Oceania)
Mauritania (Nouakchott) (AF)
Mauritius (Port Louis) (AF)
Mexico (Mexico City) (NA)
Micronesia (Palikir) (AU - Oceania)
Moldova (Chisinau) (EU)
Monaco (Monaco) (EU)
Mongolia (Ulan Bator) (AS)
Montenegro (Podgorica) (EU)
Morocco (Rabat) (AF) (including Western Sahara)
Mozambique (Maputo) (AF)
Namibia (Windhoek) (AF)
Nauru (no official capital) (AU - Oceania)
Nepal (Kathmandu) (AS)
Netherlands (Amsterdam, The Hague) (EU)
New Zealand (Wellington) (AU)
Nicaragua (Managua) (NA)
Niger (Niamey) (AF)
Nigeria (Abuja) (AF)
Norway (Oslo) (EU)
Oman (Muscat) (AS)
Pakistan (Islamabad) (AS)
Palau (Koror) (AU - Oceania)
Panama (Panama City) (NA)
Papua New Guinea (Port Moresby) (AU)
Paraguay (Asuncion) (SA)
Peru (Lima) (SA)
Philippines (Manila) (AS)
Poland (Warsaw) (EU)
Portugal (Lisbon) (EU)
Qatar (Doha) (AS)
Romania (Bucharest) (EU)
Russian Federation (Moscow) (AS)
Rwanda (Kigali) (AF)
Saint Kitts and Nevis (Basseterre) (NA)
Saint Lucia (Castries) (NA)
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (Kingstown) (NA)
Samoa (Apia) (AU - Oceania)
San Marino (San Marino) (EU)
Sao Tome and Principe (Sao Tome) (AF)
Saudi Arabia (Riyadh) (AS)
Senegal (Dakar) (AF)
Serbia (Belgrade) (EU)
Seychelles (Victoria) (AF)
Sierra Leone (Freetown) (AF)
Singapore (Singapore City) (AS)
Slovakia (Bratislava) (EU)
Slovenia (Ljubljana) (EU)
Solomon Islands (Honiara) (AU - Oceania)
Somalia (Mogadishu) (AF)
South Africa (Pretoria, Cape Town, Bloemfontein) (AF)
South Sudan (Juba) (AF)
Spain (Madrid) (EU)
Sri Lanka (Colombo) (AS)
Sudan (Khartoum) (AF)
Suriname (Paramaribo) (SA)
Swaziland (Mbabane) (AF)
Sweden (Stockholm) (EU)
Switzerland (Bern) (EU)
Syria (Damascus) (AS)
Tajikistan (Dushanbe) (AS)
Tanzania (Dodoma) (AF)
Thailand (Bangkok) (AS)
Togo (Lome) (AF)
Tonga (Nuku'alofa) (AU - Oceania)
Trinidad and Tobago (Port-of-Spain) (NA)
Tunisia (Tunis) (AF)
Turkey (Ankara) (AS) & (EU)
Turkmenistan (Ashgabat) (AS)
Tuvalu (Funafuti) (AU - Oceania)
Uganda (Kampala) (AF)
Ukraine (Kiev) (EU)
United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi) (AS)
United Kingdom (London) (EU)
United States (Washington D.C.) (NA)
Uruguay (Montevideo) (SA)
Uzbekistan (Tashkent) (AS)
Vanuatu (Port-Vila) (AU - Oceania)
Vatican City (na) (EU)
Venezuela (Caracas) (SA)
Vietnam (Hanoi) (AS)
Yemen (Sana) (AS)
Zambia (Lusaka) (AF)
Zimbabwe (Harare) (AF)
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International Champions Cup 2014 Schedule, kick off time, TV coverage

America will be witnessing many soccer teams this summer to come and train for their upcoming seasons. Among many of the other series, a very important and exiting one will be the International Champions Cup 2014. It is to be noted that this series will not only take place in some of the best stadiums around, but also will be covered by great channels.
However, there will be a great deal of excitement within the fans of football as Real Madrid will be fully prepared to defend its title. Real has announced it 20-men roster and will be visiting US for the preseason. More excitingly, they will be playing Manchester United in Ann Arbor on the August 2nd. Whereas United has prepared its big guns too for the International Champions Cup matches. This will also include Ferreira, who is one of the most experienced player making the trip to US.

The International Champions Cup schedule has the giants, Spanish giants, Real Madrid playing against Inter Milan on the 26th of July and AS Roma on the 29th. This is before travelling to Ann Arbor.

Meanwhile, Manchester United will be playing AS Roma on the 26th of July and Inter Milan on the 29th. Whoever gets to the top of the Group, will be playing in the finals.

On the other hand, Liverpool and Manchester City are eon the other group. Player like Sergio Aguero, David Silva, YayaToure, Joe hart and Vincent Kompany will all be performing in the States for Manchester City while Liverpool will also feature its best like Sturridge, Lambert, Steven Gerrard and Jose Enrique.

Let's have a look on full International Champions Cup 2014 Fixtures.

Note: If you want to know your country/city kick off time ? Just email me (admin@fifawcup2014.com) with your city and country name and i ll tell you exact time according to your local time zone. You can ask your time on Twitter or Facebook as well.

Group A
Manchester United (Barclays Premier League - England)
Real Madrid (Liga BBVA - Spain)
Inter Milan (Serie A - Italy)
AS Roma (Serie A - Italy)

Group B
Liverpool (Barclays Premier League - England)
Manchester City (Barclays Premier League - England)
Olympiacos (Superleague - Greece)
AC Milan (Serie A - Italy)

Thursday 24th July 2014
AC Milan 0-3 Olympiakos

Saturday 26th July 2014
Roma 2-3 Man Utd
Inter Milan 1-1 Real Madrid (3-2 Penalty Shootout)

Sunday 27th July 2014
Man City 5-1 AC Milan
Liverpool 1-0 Olympiakos

Tuesday 29th July 2014
Inter Milan 0-0 Man Utd (3-5 Penalty Shootout)
Roma 0-1 Real Madrid

Wednesday 30th July 2014
Man City 2-2 Liverpool (1-3 Penalty Shootout)

Saturday 2nd August 2014
Roma 0-2 Inter Milan
Man City 2-2 Olympiakos (4-5 Penalty Shootout)
Real Madrid 1-3 Man Utd
Liverpool 2-0 AC Milan

Monday 4 August, 2014 (The Final)
Manchester United 3-1 Liverpool
08:00 PM (Eastern Time - USA)
05:00 PM (Pacific Time USA-Canada)
07:00 PM (Central Time Zone)
01:00 AM (UK) [5th August]
12:00 AM (CEST - Europe ) [5th August]
05:00 AM (Pakistan) [5th August]
05:30 AM (IST - India) [5th August]
12:00 AM (GMT) [5th August]

Live TV Broadcasting

United States: NBC, FOX Sports, Rogers
United Kingdom: Sky Sports, MUTV
Middle East: beIN Sports HD 13,14
Canada: Sportsnet World
Australia: FOX Sports
India: Sony Six
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World Cup 2014 Prize Money and Award Winners

It is all about Passion and Love for the game which forces players to give their every single bit in the matches, specially in this prestigious tournament. No, it is not!

We are going to tell you another face of a story. Be Ready for it. Yes, The Prize money ...!!!

The teams those have reached in  this tournament, none of them had gone back home without the hefty amount being paid to those teams by Fifa other than those match fees.
The teams which have reached from the Pre Quarters to the Finals of this tournament, every single team was told to be paid by some decent amount of money, rates got increased by the number of rounds they played, amount of prize money is mentioned below:

How much prize money of the world cup 2014 for winner and runner up ? Here is your details answer

US$8 million – To each team eliminated at the group stage (16 teams)

US$9 million – To each team eliminated in the round of 16 (8 teams)

US$14 million – To each team eliminated in the quarter-finals (4 teams)

US$20 million – 4th placed team (Brazil) US$22 million – 3rd place team (Netherlands)

US$25 million – Runner-up (Argentina) US$35 million – Winner (Germany)

Some individual prizes are always being given to he best players of this tournament. The Most prestigious award, which is known as the GOLDEN BALL is being given to the best player of the tournament.

Golden Glove is given to the best keeper of the tournament who has performed fantastically well through out the tournament for his team and is the main reason for his team's brilliant performances and This World Cup specially has a string of keepers those performed really up to the task yet only one of them was going to be rewarded in the end.

The fight for Golden Boot is always an interesting one as every forward wants to win . This time it was also a similar case to the previous ones. Likewise there is an award for Young Player of the tournament who have given some string of brilliant performances for his National Team. 
The names of the winners of each category are given below:

GOLDEN BALL: LIONEL MESSI, ARGENTINA CAPTAIN. ( 4 goals in the cup)
GOLDEN GLOVE: MANUEL NEUER, GERMANY KEEPER. (3 Clean Sheets, Final match included)
GOLDEN BOOT: JAMES RODRIGUEZ, YOUNG TALENT FROM COLOMBIA. (6 goals)

YOUNG PLAYER OF THE TOURNAMENT: PAUL POGBA, FROM FRANCE.
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World Cup 2014 Final Highlights, Celebration Pictures

WORLD CUP 2014 FINAL: GERMANS DID IT AFTER 24 YEARS.

Germany won the World Cup final for a fourth time and their first in 24 years after Mario Gotze's extra-time winner sealed a 1-0 win over Argentina.

It seemed as if both teams were preparing for a penalty shoot-out in the final, but then just fortunes got changed for Germans and in the 113th minute Gotze chested down Chelsea’s Andre Schurrle's superb cross and volleyed home to book an historic victory for the outstanding Germans.

Shakira Closing ceremony Performance on her world cup song "LA LA LA"


Mario Goetze Wining Goal Photos 



Lionel Messi, Gonzalo Higuain and Rodrigo Palacio all three were guilty of missing some simple chances and all of them were guilty for this defeat. As thousands of Argentines had flooded Rio hoping to see Messi inspire his team to their third World Cup win.

Messi could have easily put himself on a par with his idol Diego Maradona by outperforming all others in this match. But unlike in 1986, when Maradona captained Argentina to victory against the Germans, this was not Messi’s night.



Ever since Germany swept Portugal aside 4-0 in their opening match, this German team didn’t look back. This German team is blessed with talent from one to 23, all of them as a unit are a brutal attacking unit, they are also capable of keeping things tight at the back with the rich talent they have likes of Mertasacker, Hummels, Boateng and Lahm. The 7-1 destruction of Brazil in the semi final proved as much. In the shape of Joachim Low they have a coach who has answered his critics by becoming the first man to lead a European team to World Cup glory in South America.

It did not take much time in this game to live up to its pre-match hype as the ball flew from one end to another with a raucous noise in the background, particularly from the side where Argentinians were sitting. Sami Khedira got injured in the warm-up and replaced by Christoph Kramer in the starting final 1. It was more of a hit back to German side who would have looked to Khedira and Bastian to step up and save their side from Messi.

And right when the game kicked off, Higuain shot wide from a tight angle early on and Messi used his classy run to make open the Germany defence, but Bastian Schweinsteiger put in a block. Miroslav Klose came agonizingly close to heading home Philipp Lahm's cross at the other end.

Higuain then missed a glorious chance. Toni Kroos headed the ball over his own back four towards Higuain, who dropped the ball drop perfectly on to his right foot but then he missed this chance to put Argentina front. Despite being two yards ahead of the chasing defender, the Napoli striker dragged his shot wide of the upright. Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella couldn’t simply believe it.

Higuain thought he had made amends for his previous miss when he scored a goal Ezequiel Lavezzi's cross, but offside flag ruined his celebrations.

The first half came to a dramatic conclusion. Messi placed the ball past Neuer, but Jerome Boateng cleared off the line and right on the other before Howedes hit the upright with a close-range header from the German corner.

Second half starts with a bang again. Less than 90 seconds after the restart Messi found a way through the Germany defence, but he dragged his shot a foot wide when he should have easily scored a goal with a simple placement to either one yard right or left to Neuer.

Neuer had to revert to his favourite sweeper role he performed against Algeria as he came right to the edge of his box to punch a long ball by Zabaleta, taking Higuain in the process with his knee, who started complaining for a Penalty to the referee, but the referee waved play on.

Both teams started to take fewer risks as both didn’t want to concede first. Even a moment of magic from Messi was foiled by Neuer, who came racing off his line to smother the ball after the Argentina captain has skipped past four defenders.

Extra time were awarded after the Nil Nil score line at FT. Both teams looked tired and were trying not to concede a goal until a moment of brilliance came 7 minutes before penalty shoot outs when Argentine defence gave Gotze too much respect and space that he Chested down a brilliant cross by Schrrule and calmly slotted it home. With this one swing of the boot he name has been written all over the history books.

Golden Ball was awarded to Lionel Messi for his inspiring performance throughout the tournament. German Keeper , Manuel  Neuer won the Golden Glove. Colombian young talent, James Rodriguez was awarded the Golden shoes for his 6 goals in this tournament.


Now this was the end of world cup era. Now this is the time of celebration of Germany team and their fans and the whole German nations as well. Here we are sharing some great moments from the World Cup Final.







































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2014 World Cup All 64 Matches Result With Scores

This is the special page made for those of you are interested to know that what happened in last match, who won the match, who lost the match, who scored the goals, who got cautioned,who got red cards or yellow cards,in short the result of 64 matches will be updated here.You can bookmark this page to keep update yourself to world cup full time results and scores.

GROUP STAGE RESULT

DAY 1: Thursday 13th June 2014

Brazil 3-1 Croatia
Match Summary
Marcelo (OG) 11'
Neymar 29'
Neymar (Penalty) 71'
Oscar 90+1'
Yellow Card Brazil: Neymar (27') Gustavo (88')
Yellow Card Croatia: Cards Corluka (66') Lovren (69')

DAY 2: Friday 13th June 2014

Mexico 1-0 Cameroon
1-0 Peralta 61'

Yellow Card Mexico: Moreno (57')
Yellow Card Cameroo: Nounkeu (77')

Spain 1-5 Netherlands
Match Summary
27' (pen) 1 - 0 Xabi
44' 1 - 1 Van Persie
53' 1 - 2 Robben
64' 1 - 3 Stefan de Vrij
72' 1 - 4  Persie 
80' 1 - 5 Robben

Yellow Cards Spain: (68') Iker Casillas
Yellow Cards Netherlands: (25') De Guzman (41') De Vrij  (66') Van Persie

Chile 3 - 1 Australia
12' Alexis Sanchez 1 - 0
14' Jorge Valdivia 2 - 0
35' Tim Cahill 2 - 1
90'+ Beausejour 3-1

Yellow Cards Chile: 86' Aranguiz
Yellow Cards Australia: 44' Tim Cahill, 58' Mile Jedinak, 67' Mark Milligan

DAY 3: Saturday 14th June 2014

Colombia 3-0 Greece
05' Pablo Armero
58' Teofilo Gutierrez
93' James Rodriguez

Yellow Cards Colombia: (26') Carlos Sanchez
Yellow Cards Greece: 52' Papastathopoulos, 55' Salpingidis

Uruguay 1-3 Costa Rica
24' (pen) Edinson Cavani 1-0
54' 1-1 Joel Campbell
57' 1-2 Oscar Duarte
84' 1-3 Marco Urena

Yellow Cards URU: (50') Diego Lugano, (56') Walter Gargano, (81') Martin Caceres
RED CARD URU: (90') Maximiliano Pereira

Italy 2-1 England
0-1 35' Claudio Marchisio
1-1 37' Daniel Sturridge
2-1 50' Mario Balotelli

Yellow Cards ENG: (90') Raheem Sterling

Ivory Coast 2-1 Japan
0-1 16' Honda
1-1 Bony (64')
2-1 Gervinho (66')

Yellow Cards IVC: Bamba (54') Zokora (58')
Yellow Cards JPN: Yoshida (23') Morishige (64')

DAY 4: Sunday 15th June 2014

Switzerland 2-1 Ecuador
22' 0-1 Enner Valencia
48' 1-0 Admir Mehmedi
90'+ 2-1 Haris Seferovic

Yellow Cards SWI: (84') Johan Djourou
Yellow Cards ECU: (53') Juan Carlos Paredes

France 3-0 Honduras
45' (PEN) Benzema 1 - 0
48' (OG) Valladares 2 - 0
72' Benzema 3 - 0

Yellow Cards FRA: 7' Patrice Evra, 28' Paul Pogba, 45' Yohan Cabaye
Yellow Cards HON: 28' Palacios, 43' Palacios, 53' Garcia, 83' Garrido
RED CARD HON:  43' Palacios

Argentina 2-1 Bosnia & Herzegovina
03' 1-0 Sead Kolašinac (OG)
65' 2-0 Leo Messi
85' 2-1 Vedad Ibisevic

Yellow Cards ARG: 25' Marcos Rojo
Yellow Cards BOS: 63' Emir Spahic

DAY 5: Monday 16th June 2014

Germany 4-0 Portugal
12' Mueller (Pen) 1-0
32' Mats Hummels 2-0
45' Thomas Müller 3-0
78' Thomas Mueller 4-0

Yellow Cards POR: (11') Joao Pereira
RED CARD POR:  (37') Pepe

Nigeria 0-0 Iran

Yellow Cards IRN: 75' Andranik Teymourian

USA 2-1 Ghana
01' 0 - 1 Clint Dempsey
82' 1 - 1 Andre Ayew
86' 1 - 2 John Brooks

Yellow Cards GHA: (31') Mohammed Rabiu, (90') Sulley Ali Muntari

DAY 6: Tuesday 17th June 2014

Belgium 2-1 Algeria
24' 0-1 (pen) Feghouli
70' Fellaini 1-1
80' Mertens 2-1

Yellow Cards ALG: (24') Jan Vertonghen
Yellow Cards BEL: (33') Nabil Bentaleb

Brazil 0-0 Mexico

Yellow Cards BRA: 45' Ramires, 79' Thiago Silva
Yellow Cards MEX: 59' Paul Aguilar, 62' Jose Vazquez

Russia 1-1 Korea Republic


0-1 Lee Keunho (#11) 68'
1-1 Alexander Kerzhakov (#11) 74'

DAY 7: Wednesday 18th June 2014

Australia 2 - 3 Netherlands


20' 0-1 Arjen Robben
21' 1-1 Tim Cahill
54' 2-1 (pen) Mile Jedinak
58' 2-2 Robin van Persie
68' 2-3 Memphis Depay

Yellow Cards AUS: (43') Tim Cahill
Yellow Cards NED: (47') Robin van Persie

Spain 0 - 2 Chile


20' 0 - 1 Eduardo Vargas
43' 0 - 2 Charles Aranguiz

Yellow Cards ESP: 40' Xabi Alonso,
Yellow Cards CHI: 26' Arturo Vidal, 61' Eugenio Mena

Cameroom 0 - 4 Croatia


11' Ivica Olic
48' Ivan Perisic
61' Mario Mandzukic
73' Mario Mandzukic

RED CARD CAM: (40') Alexandre Song
Yellow Cards CRO: (89') Eduardo

DAY 8: Thursday 19th June 2014

Colombia  2 - 1  Ivory Coast
64' 1 - 0 Rodriguez
70' 1 - 1 Juan Quintero
73' 2 - 1 Gervinho

Yellow Cards IVC: 55' Didier Zokora, 90' Cheik Tiote

Uruguay 2 - 1 England
39' 1-0 Luis Suarez
75' 1-1 Wayne Rooney
85' 2-1 Luis Suarez

Yellow Cards ENG: 68' Steven Gerrard
Yellow Cards URU: 09' Diego Godin

Greece 0 - 0 Japan

DAY 9: Friday 20th June 2014

Italy 0-1 Costa Rica
44' 0-1 Ruiz

Yellow Cards ITA: (71') Jose Miguel Cubero
Yellow Cards COS: (69') Mario Balotelli

Switzerland 2-5 France


17' 0 - 1 Olivier Giroud 
18' 0 - 2 Blaise Matuidi 
32' 0 - 2 (pen) Karim Benzema
40' 0 - 3 Mathieu Valbuena
67' 0 - 4 Karim Benzema
73' 0 - 5 Moussa Sissoko
81' 1 - 5 Blerim Dzemaili
87' 2 - 5 Granit Xhaka

Yellow Cards FRA: (88') Yohan Cabaye

Honduras 1 - 2 Ecuador


31' 1 - 0 Carlos Costly
34' 1 - 1 Enner Valencia
65' 1 - 2 Enner Valencia

Yellow Cards ECU: 57' Antonio Valencia, 72' Enner Valencia, 81' Jefferson Montero
Yellow Cards HON: 7' Victor Bernardez, 45' Jerry Bengtson

DAY 10: Saturday 21st June 2014

Argentina 1-0 Iran
90' (Messi)

Yellow Cards IRN: 53' Javad Nekounam, 72' Masoud Shojaei

Germany 2-2 Ghana
51' 1 - 0 Mario Goetze
54' 1 - 1 Andre Ayew
63' 1 - 2 Asamoah Gyan
71' 2 - 2 Miroslav Klose

Yellow Cards GHA: (90') Sulley Ali Muntari

Nigeria 1:0 Bosnia
29' Peter Odemwingie

Yellow Cards BOS: (06') Haris Medunjanin
Yellow Cards NIG: (81') John Obi Mikel

DAY 11: Sunday 22 June, 2014

Belgium 1 - 0 Russia
88' Divock Origi

Yellow Card BGM: 54' Axel Witsel, 73' Toby Alderweireld
Yellow Card RUS: 38' Denis Glushakov

South Korea 2 - 4 Algeria
26' 0 - 1 Islam Slimani
28' 0 - 2 Rafik Halliche
38' 0 - 3 Abdelmoumene Djabou
50' 1 - 3 Heung-Min Son
62' 1 - 4 Yasine Brahimi
72' 2 - 4 Ja-Cheol Koo

Yellow Card KOR: 54' Yong Lee, 69' Kook-Young Han
Yellow Card ALG: 67' Madjid Bougherra

USA 2 - 2 Portugal
05' 0-1 Nani
64' 1-1 Jermaine Jones
81' 2-1 Clint Dempsey
90' 2-2 Silvestre Varela

Yellow Card USA: 75' Jermaine Jones

DAY 12: Monday 23 June, 2014

Australia 0-3 Spain
36' Villa
69' Torres
82' Mata

Yellow Card SPA: 62' Sergio Ramos

Netherlands 2-0 Chile
77' Leroy Fer
90' Depay

Yellow Card CHL: 25' Gato Silva
Yellow Card NED: 64' Daley Blind

Cameroon 1-4 Brazil
17' 0 - 1 Neymar
26' 1 - 1 Joel Matip
34' 1 - 2 Neymar
49' 1 - 3 Fred
84' 1 - 4 Fernandinho

Yellow Card CAM: 11' Eyong Enoh, 75' Edgar Salli, 80' Stephane M'Bia

Croatia 1 - 3 Mexico
72' 0 - 1 Rafael Marquez
75' 0 - 2 Andres Guardado
82' 0 - 3 Javier Hernandez
87' 1 - 3 Ivan Perisic

Yellow Card MEX: 39' Rafael Marquez, 66' Jose Vazquez
Yellow Card CRO: 9' Ivan Rakitic RED CARD 89' Ante Rebic

DAY 13: Tuesday 24 June, 2014

Costa Rica 0-0 England

Yellow Card ENG: 53' Ross Barkley, 57' Adam Lallana
Yellow Card COS: 60' Geancarlo Gonzalez

Italy 0-1 Uruguay

81' Diego Godin

Yellow Card URU: 46' Egidio Arevalo, 90' Fernando Muslera
Yellow Card ITA: 22' Mario Balotelli, 77' Mattia De Sciglio RED CARD 59' Marchisio

Japan 1 - 4 Colombia


17' 0 - 1 (pen) Juan Cuadrado
45' 1 - 1 Shinji Okazaki
55' 1 - 2 Jackson Martinez
82' 1 - 3 Jackson Martinez
90' 1 - 4 James Rodriguez

Yellow Card JAP: 16' Yasuyuki Konno

Yellow Card COL: 63' Fredy Guarin

Greece 2 - 1 Ivory Coast

42' 1 - 0 Andreas Samaris
74' 1 - 1 Wilfried Bony
90'+ 2 - 1 Georgios Samaras (Pen)

Yellow Card IVO: 37' Didier Drogba, 62' Salomon Kalou, 70' Serey Die

DAY 14: Wednesday 25 June, 2014

Bosnia 3-1 Iran
23' Edin Dzeko 1 - 0
59' Miralem Pjanic 2 - 0
82' Reza Ghoochannejhad 2 - 1
83' Vranges 3 - 1

Yellow Card BOS: 77' Muhamed Besic
Yellow Card IRA: 88' Karim Ansarifard

Nigeria 2-3 Argentina
03' 0 - 1 Lionel Messi
04' 1 - 1 Ahmed Musa
45' 1 - 2 Lionel Messi
47' 2 - 2 Ahmed Musa
50' 2 - 3 Marcos Rojo

Yellow Card NIG: 49' Kenneth Omeruo, 51' Juwon Oshaniwa

Honduras 0 - 3 Switzerland
Xherdan Shaqiri (06' 31' 71')

Yellow Card HON: 66' Jerry Palacios

Ecuador 0-0 France

Yellow Card NIG: 83' Frickson Erazo, RED CARD 50' Antonio Valencia

DAY 15: Thursday 26 June, 2014

Portugal 2-1 Ghana
31' 1 - 0 John Boye (OG)
57' 1 - 1 Asamoah Gyan
80' 2 - 1 Ronaldo

Yellow Card GHA: 39' Harrison Afful, 55' Abdul Majeed Waris, 78' Jordan Ayew
Yellow Card POR: 90' Joao Moutinho

USA 0-1 Germany
55' 0 - 1 Thomas Mueller

Yellow Card GER: 11' Benedikt Hoewedes,
Yellow Card USA: 37' Omar Gonzalez, 62' Kyle Beckerman

Algeria 1 - 1 Russia
06' 0 - 1 Alexander Kokorin
60' 1 - 1 Islam Slimani

Yellow Card RUS: 57' Dmitri Kombarov, 59' Alexey Kozlov
Yellow Card ALG: 40' Djamel Mesbah, 87' Nabil Ghilas, 90' Liassine Cadamuro

South Korea 0 - 1 Belgium
78' 0 - 1 Jan Vertonghen

Yellow Card KOR: 35' Jeong-Ho Hong
Yellow Card BLG: 50' Moussa Dembele RED CARD 45' Steven Defour


ROUND OF 16

Saturday 28 June, 2014

Brazil 1-1 Chile
19' 1-0 David Luiz
33' 1-1 Alexis Sanchez
Penalty Shootout: BRA 3-2 CHI

Yellow Card BRA: 55' Hulk, 60' Luiz Gustavo, 93' Jo, 105' Daniel Alves
Yellow Card CHL: 17' Eugenio Mena, 40' Gato Silva, 102' Mauricio Pinilla

Colombia 2 - 0 Uruguay
28' James Rodriguez
50' James Rodriguez

Yellow Card URU: 55' Jose Gimenez, 77' Diego Lugano
Yellow Card COL: 78' Pablo Armero

Sunday 29th June 2014

Holland 2-1 Mexico
48' 0 - 1 Giovani dos Santos
88' 1 - 1 Wesley Sneijder
90' 2 - 1 Klaas Jan Huntelaar

Yellow Card MEX: 69' Paul Aguilar, 90' Andres Guardado, 90' Rafael Marquez

Costa Rica 1-1 Greece
52' 1-0 Bryan Ruiz
90' 1-0 Sokratis Papastathopoulos
Penalty Shootout: COS 5-3 GRE

Yellow Card COS: 42' Oscar Duarte, 42' Oscar Duarte, 57' Granados, 66' Oscar Duarte, 70' Bryan 52' 52' 1 - 0 Bryan Ruiz RED CARD 66' Oscar Duarte

Yellow Card GRE: 36' Andreas Samaris, 72' Konstantinos Manolas

Monday 30th June, 2014

France 2-1 Nigeria
79' Paul Pogba
90' Joseph Yobo (OwnGoal)

Yellow Card FRA: 54' Blaise Matuidi

Germany 2-1 Algeria
92' Andre Schuerrle 1-0
119' Mesut Oezil 2-0
121' Abdelmoumene Djabou 2-1

Yellow Card GER: 107' Philipp Lahm
Yellow Card ALG: 42' Rafik Halliche

Tuesday 1st July, 2014

Argentina 1 - 0 Switzerland
118' Angel Di Maria

Yellow Card SWI: 36' Granit Xhaka, 73' Gelson Fernandes
Yellow Card ARG: 90' Marcos Rojo, 120' Angel Di Maria, 120' Ezequiel Garay

Belgium 2 - 1 USA
93' 1-0 Kevin de Bruyne
105' 2-0 Romelu Lukaku
107' 2-1 Julian Green

Yellow Card USA: 18' Geoff Cameron
Yellow Card BLG: 42' Vincent Kompany

Quarter Finals
Friday 4th July, 2014

Germany 1 - 0 France
13' Mats Hummels

Yellow Card GER: 54' Sami Khedira, 80' Bastian Schweinsteiger

Brazil 2 - 1 Colombia
07' 1-0 Thiago Silva
69' 2-0 David Luiz
80' 2-1 James Rodriguez (PENALTY)

Yellow Card BRA: 64' Thiago Silva, 78' Julio Cesar
Yellow Card COL: 67' James Rodriguez, 72' Mario Yepes

Saturday 5th July, 2014

Argentina 1 - 0 Belgium
08' Gonzalo Higuain

Yellow Card ARG: 75' Lucas Biglia
Yellow Card BLG: 53' Eden Hazard, 68' Toby Alderweireld

Netherlands 0 - 0 Costa Rica | 4-3 (Penalty Shootout)

Yellow Card NED: 64' Bruno Martins Indi, 111' Klaas Jan Huntelaar
Yellow Card COS: 37' Junior Diaz, 52' Michael Umana, 81' Geancarlo Gonzalez, 107' Johnny Acosta

Tuesday 8th July, 2014

Brazil 1-7 Germany
11' 0 - 1 Thomas Mueller
23' 0 - 2 Miroslav Klose
24' 0 - 3 Toni Kroos
26' 0 - 4 Toni Kroos
29' 0 - 5 Sami Khedira

69' 0 - 6 Andre Schuerrle
79' 0 - 7 Andre Schuerrle
90' 1 - 7 Oscar

Yellow Card BRA: 68' Dante

Wednesday 9th July, 2014

Netherlands 0 - 0 Argentina 2-4 (Penalty Shootout)

Yellow Card ARG: 49' Martin Demichelis
Yellow Card NED: 45' Bruno Martins Indi, 105' Klaas Jan Huntelaar

Saturday 12th July, 2014

Netherlands 3 - 0 Brazil
03' (pen) Robin van Persie
17' Daley Blind
90'Georginio Wijnaldum

Yellow Card BRA: 2' Thiago Silva, 54' Fernandinho, 69' Oscar
Yellow Card NED: 9' Arjen Robben, 36' Jonathan De Guzman

Sunday 13th July, 2014

Germany 1 - 0 Argentina
113' Mario Goetze

Yellow Card GER: 29' Bastian Schweinsteiger, 34' Benedikt Hoewedes
Yellow Card ARG: 64' Javier Mascherano, 65' Sergio Aguero
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Germany vs Argentina: 2014 World Cup 2014 Final

GERMANY VS ARGENTINA: Everything you need to know, where to watch, match timing, live streaming info, live TV coverage, prediction, possible lineup.

Preview: Joachim Loew’s German Team came out of blocks this time and showed the world their complete team strength, Strong Mentality, Composure and good use of Experience by reaching to the final match of this World Cup by winning some matches by making them one sided and at times they had to grind out result by putting all their efforts against different teams too.
This Argentina side came out of the ranks for this World Cup as one of the favourites to win this tournament and now they had made a successful journey up to this point and now they are only step away from tasting the winning Medals. Argentine Coach came under a lot of pressure from media after he dropped Juventus Striker, Tevez from his provisional squad. Specially as there were some claims in media that Lionel Messi, Argentine Captain doesn’t Tevez in the squad but now his whole country is supporting him and Messi as he led the Argentine team to their First World Cup final after 24 years.

Argentina vs Germany Match Details
Competition: 2014 FIFA World Cup (Grand Finale)

Date: Sunday 13th July 2014

Venue: Estádio Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro

Kick off time: 3:00 PM (Eastern Time) Here you can get Germany vs Argentina worldwide kick off time according to your country/state.

Live TV Broadcasting: ABC (USA) BBC One / ITV HD (UK) ARD Das Erste, ARD Live Stream, Zattoo, Sportschau Live Stream (Germany) DIRECTV, ESPN Cono Norte, Canal 7 TV Publica (Argentina)

Official Online Live Stream: ESPN (US Viewers) ITV | BBC (UK Viewers) ARD (Germany)

Update: Germany Wins the FIFA World Cup 2014 after defeats Argentina with the help of Mario Goetze winning goal in 113 minute.

Watch Goetze Video Highlights


Germany was in an absolutely devastating form in the Semi Final against the hosts where they crushed the Brazilians by 7-0 margin. Germany started their World Cup run with a brilliant 4-0 win over Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal and finished their group stages as they top their group. Then Germany faced an Algerian side which looked like that they won’t be going out easily and Germany needed extra time to score two goals and survived an early exit scare after Algerian got one goal back. Then Germany needed the nerves of steel to see French side with a one goal margin thanks to Mats Hummels but they absolutely hammered Brazil. Hosts would remember that scary match for decades to come.

This Final match would be a tensed match for sure, nervous 90 minutes. Both teams would try not to concede first in this important match. Argentina played a demo of how will they shape up in the final, as Mascherano kept Robben and Sniejder quite for the whole match and he will look like to snatch another similar match winning  performance against Germans. But he would have to at first note it down whom he is going to mark in this match as he would have to choose from a number of talented Germans like Kroos, Khedira or Ozil. So this match is not only about Messi Messi and Messi. Argentina will also have fully fit 
Aguero back in their team and Di Maria is also in contention to be available for this match.

Thomas Mueller has still a chance to score two goals, with which he can snatch the Golden shoes from Colombian Talent, James Rodrigues who is on top of the list with 6 goals at the moment.

Possible starting lineups.

Germany: Neuer; Boateng, Lahm©, Hummels, Howedes; Schweinsteiger, Khedira, Kroos; Ozil, Muller, Klose.

Argentina: Romero; Zabaleta, Rojo, Mascherano, Fernandez, Garay, Lavezzi, Biglia, Higuain, Messi©, Aguero.
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