Manchester City have showed an over reliance on striker Sergio Aguero in the first few months of the season.
The former Atletico Madrid has been in sparkling form and he has scored 12 goals in the league so far. This is two better than his nearest competitor, Diego Costa, and a huge distance away from the likes of Robin van Persie. He once again delivered the goods in the 2-2 draw against QPR on Saturday. The result was once again a poor one for Manuel Pellegrini’s men, as they fell 8 points behind leaders Chelsea after 11 matches.
A few days ago Chile played against Peru on an international friendly match and conquered their opponents with a final scoreboard of 3-0. Chile had the upper hand throughout the entire match after having 72% of possession and launching 7 shots on target with 3 of them managing to find the back of the net.
Following the conclusion of the latest edition of the World Cup, a large number of managers from different national teams have stepped down and resigned from coaching their respective squads and nations but this isn’t the case with France’s Didier Deschamps who has a contract with his team which runs up until 2016.
The president of the French Football Federation Noel Le Graet has a healthy relationship with Didier Deschamps as Le Graet expressed his condition with the manager.
Despite his team’s loss in a World Cup match against Netherlands by 2-0, the Chile boss Jorge Sampaoli didn’t have sadness on his face in the press conference yesterday and that was understandable.
Barcelona striker Alexis Sanchez has revealed that the 2-2 draw between archrivals Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid is the perfect result for the Catalan club. The El Clasico is set to arrive in Spain in the next few weeks, but Barcelona were at a significant disadvantage in recent weeks after dropping points to both Madrid teams. There are three teams involved in the Spanish league title race this campaign with Barcelona having dropped a significant number of points in the last few matches.
Chile's national team coach Jorge Sampaoli has praised Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal as one of the best in the world. He has compared him with Lionel Messi of Barcelona by saying that the midfielder is the Messi of midfielders.
Vidal has become one of the finest midfielders in the world since making the move to Juventus in 2011. He recently signed a new contract with the Italian team that made the best paid midfielder earning around £ 180,000 per week.
Chile are preparing to face Costa Rica in a friendly match on Wednesday. This match could potentially be the make or break for several fringe players according to Chile's national team manager Jorge Sampaoli.
Chile have been classified as one of the dark horses for the title due to the presence of star names like Alexis Sanchez and Vidal amongst many others. Since these players are extremely young, this current team is expected to have a great future. They did extremely well in the previous World Cup, but the home support is expected to make them even stronger in the 2014 edition.
Chile will be taking on England in a friendly match, which will be one of the very few that the South American team has before the start of the World Cup 2014.
This will be an acid test for the team according to Chile manager Jorge Sampaoli. Sampaoli has managed to transform the fortunes of the Chile team in the last few years. They are now regarded as one of the strongest teams from South America particularly due to the presence of players like Alex Sanchez. Chile qualified for the World Cup following their win over Ecuador.
Chile winger Alexis Sanchez was one of the major arrivals for Barcelona a few years ago, but he has not been up to the standards expected of him after his € 35 million move from Udinese.
This has led to suggestions that he may be sold in the summer with the likes of Paris St Germain interested in him. The arrival of new manager Gerardo Martino also put his future in the major cloud of doubt, but the new manager coming has worked in the best possible manner for the 24-year-old. He has been an important part of the team since the arrival of Martino.
The American Major League Soccer competition has grown in popularity year upon year, with many people now starting to understand why football has become the leading sport for most of the world. For a long time now there has been a good number of the American people who have watched European competitions from their homes and bars.