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Internazionale wing-back Jonathan would accept Italy call up

Internazionale wing-back Jonathan has admitted he would accept a call up to the Italy national team.

Azzurri head coach Cesare Prandelli was in the stands to see the Conselheiro Lafaiete native net in Inter’s 2-0 win against Hellas Verona on Saturday night and Jonathan hopes he impressed.

“It’s difficult, as Prandelli hasn’t called me so far and there is also some red tape to resolve,” he said, as reported by Football Italia. “If he calls me, then I am ready to go. For now I’m keeping my feet on the ground.”
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Sambafoot Sunday: A Case For Luisão, Brazil’s Bald Eagle.

There might be a gap in the Brazil squad for a fourth centre back, could Luisão be the man to fill it?

Luisão’s performance for Benfica in their midweek Europa League tie has led to predictable, but not undeserved calls for him to be included in Luiz Felipe Scolari’s World Cup squad.

Sambafoot’s Stuart Maclennan reported the story after the centre back scored two goals in his side’s 3-1 victory away to Tottenham Hotspur, with suggestions that he could be the fourth choice defender for Brazil this summer.

It may come as a surprise to hear that Luisão has been to the last two World Cups with his country, but he failed to make an appearance at both Germany in 2006, and South Africa 2010. His two international tournaments of note were Brazil’s 2004 Copa América win, where he netted in the final against Argentina, and their 2009 Confederations Cup triumph.

So Luisão does have the international experience, despite not playing a single game at the two World Cups he’s been involved in, and the 33-year-old does have a history of winning with his country in the tournaments he’s actually played in.

A captain at club level, he would add extra experience to a Brazil side which will be relying on several of their younger players to do the business further up the pitch, and would slot into a back line which already includes some of Brazil’s older heads.

His goals against Spurs give him a personal haul of five for the season in all competitions, and his threat from set pieces could add a different dimension to a Brazil side which may be lacking in this area.

The three central defenders called up by Scolari for the recent friendly against South Africa look to have secured their places in the squad, but come the summer a fourth will be required. Beyond Thiago Silva, David Luiz, and Dante, there are a whole host of players who will have an eye on this final place.

Youngsters Marquinhos of PSG, and Botafogo’s highly regarded left sided centre back Dória have both been called up in the past year, with the PSG man’s impressive performances in the Champions League putting him in pole position. Elsewhere, players such as Atlético Mineiro’s Réver, who was an unused squad player in the 2013 Confederations Cup triumph, and the likes of Dedé of Cruzeiro and Henrique of Napoli look to have missed the boat, save for a late injury crisis.

For a competition with such a large Brazilian representation, the Portuguese league is criminally overlooked when it comes to Brazilian squad selection. The impressive Porto quartet of Danilo, Alex Sandro, Fernando Reges, and centre back Maicon, are seemingly nowhere near the squad, and Luisão’s Benfica team-mates Guilherme Siqueira and joint top scorer Lima might also have hoped to at least be given a chance to impress in friendlies.

Despite this apparent ignorance of the league he plays in, Luisão will hope that Benfica progress in the Europa League and this continental exposure will put him on Scolari’s radar, if he isn’t on it already. He’ll aim to make himself the safe selection for the World Cup squad, as opposed to the younger and less experienced Marquinhos who could be seen as more of a risk.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Home sides dominant halfway through Libertadores

It is halftime in the group phase of the Copa Libertadores, South America´s equivalent of the Champions League. The 32 teams are distributed in eight groups, and now each team has played all of its group rivals once. An ideal time, then, to draw early conclusions? Perhaps not.

At this stage the statistics are skewed by the fact that all the teams have played three matches –- either two at home and one away, or vice versa. This has a dramatic effect on the outcomes so far.

Home advantage counts in South America. Usually, both in the Libertadores and in the continent´s World Cup qualifiers, there is a rough ratio of three home wins for every one away. In Europe, triumphs for the visitors tend to be twice as common.

By way of explanation, we can cite factors such as the long journeys in South America, challenging climatic variations, such as altitude, intimidating atmospheres created by the fans -- which in turn can have an effect on referees -- and so on.

Whatever the cause, the action this year has been even more heavily weighted than usual in favour of the hosts. Twelve matches have been drawn. Thirty have gone to the home team. Just six have been won by the away side -- a ratio of five to one.

The points table, then, will probably look very different at the end of this week, when all the teams are in action. By Thursday night everyone will have played twice home and away, meaning that any conclusions drawn in a week´s time will be much more reliable.

At this stage the safest bet is that those sides who have dropped points at home are in trouble, while those who have picked up points away are sitting pretty.

None are sitting prettier than reigning champions Atletico Mineiro of Brazil. No team has managed to win all three of its matches. Only three have managed two wins and a draw. Atletico are one of them, despite having played two of those matches away. Mexico´s Santos Laguna are in a similar situation. In what always looked like the hardest group, Gremio are the other team to have accumulated seven points, but two of their matches have been at home.

For these three sides, one win from the remaining three matches should be enough to seal a place in the knockout rounds. And since Atletico are notoriously strong in their Independencia stadium (a remodeled version of the ground where England beat the U.S. in the 1950 World Cup) then it is all but impossible to imagine Ronaldinho and company missing out on the last 16.

Once qualification is assured, much will be made of the need to keep accumulating points, in order to gain an advantage in the knockout phase. The match-ups in the last 16 are not drawn out of a hat. They work as follows: the top two from each group go through. The group winner with the best statistical record meets the second-placed team with the worst record, the second-best group winner meets the second-worst second placed team, and so on. The group winner also guarantees the right to play the second leg at home.

On paper these look like advantages well worth fighting for. In practice, it does not always work out that way. Statistics have their limitations. It is by no means certain that the worst teams are the ones with the least impressive record in the group phase. Take, for example, Velez Sarsfield of Argentina. In impressive manner they won their first two matches. The third was away to The Strongest of Bolivia, at the extreme altitude of La Paz. Also in the race to win the domestic league title, Velez decided it was not worth taking their first team on such an awkward trip. They fielded a reserve side and lost 2-0 -- a defeat which might push them down the standings at the end of the group phase, but which does nothing to alter the fact that they will be very dangerous opponents.

Moreover, it is hard to prove that there is a concrete advantage in playing the second leg at home. True, it worked last year for Atletico Mineiro -- poor away in the decisive stages, but consistently able to mount a comeback in front of their own fans. But in recent years there have been as many victories for the side playing the first leg at home -- theoretically the weaker team. This could well have been enhanced by the introduction of the away-goals rule, which often works to the advantage of the visiting side in the second leg.

For the vast majority of sides caught up in the Libertadores dogfight, such considerations are hardly relevant at the moment. Only five teams are unbeaten, while seven are without a win. Bizarrely, Union Espanola of Chile belong to both categories, having drawn all three of their matches, leaving them bottom of the group -- but since two of those draws have been away, they can still feel confident of success.

Most teams are currently thinking of nothing more than getting over the line and qualifying for the next stage. The coming week will shed plenty of light on who might be most likely to fight their way through to the knockout stage.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Liga MX Wrap: Pumas UNAM punish Atlante, Cruz Azul class on show

Pumas UNAM thrashed Atlante 5-0 in Liga MX on Sunday, while Cruz Azul remain first after a comeback victory over Tijuana.

http://www.youtube.com/w…M5TA31yjo8M

A brace from Argentine striker Martin Bravo led Pumas to victory in Mexico City with the home side piling on five goals to claim their first win in five games in all competitions.

With Cruz Azul (28 points) and Toluca (25) leading the charge in Mexico´s top flight, Pumas´ win ensured they remain in the hunt for the title - albeit 10 points behind the leaders - in third position.

Pumas had not won a home league fixture since February 2 before Sunday´s game but it did not take them long to get on top against Atlante with Bravo nodding a corner into the net from close range in the 22nd minute.

The 27-year-old Argentine played a key role in Pumas´ second goal 17 minutes later, as his shot was parried into the path of Ismael Sosa, who scored.

Bravo completed his brace a minute before half-time, finding a pocket of space at the top of the box and turning sharply, before firing his shot past Atlante goalkeeper Eder Patino.

Diego Lagos made it 4-0 for the hosts on the hour mark with a first-time shot, while Dario Veron thrashed home Pumas´ fifth goal in the 88th minute, after controlling a corner with his thigh.

On Saturday, Cruz Azul trailed 1-0 at half-time thanks to Richard Ruiz´s goal for Tijuana just before the break but the leaders fought back in the second half to register their ninth win of the season.

http://www.youtube.com/w…0PxCTHoP1-A

Marco Fabian scored in the 47th and 69th minutes as Cruz Azul bounced back from consecutive defeats to Tigres UANL and Sporting Kansas City in the CONCACAF Champions League.

Toluca remain a victory behind Cruz Azul after their 2-0 win at Queretaro on Friday, while Pachuca are fourth with 17 points, following a 3-1 loss to fifth-placed Santos Laguna (16 points).

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In other results, Tigres extended their unbeaten streak to 11 games in all competitions with a 1-0 win over Puebla, Atlas trumped Veracruz 1-0, Chiapas drew 2-2 with America, Morelia won 1-0 at Monterrey and Guadalajara defeated Leon 1-0.

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Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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MLS Wrap: Fernandez fires late again for Timbers

Gaston Fernandez saved his new club Portland Timbers for the second time in two games, scoring a late equaliser again in the MLS on Sunday.

Fernandez´s stoppage-time header in the opening weekend of league action had given Portland a 1-1 draw against Philadelphia Union and the 30-year-old Argentine forward endeared himself even further to Timbers fans on Sunday when he tapped in to ensure the hosts drew with Chicago Fire.

Chicago had taken the lead in Portland with a 19th-minute penalty from Jeff Larentowicz but Fernandez claimed a share of the points for the Timbers, converting from close range after visiting goalkeeper Sean Johnson could only parry Darlington Nagbe´s initial shot.

The Timbers had almost two-thirds of possession at Providence Park and took 21 shots to the Fire´s 14 but failed to convert their dominance into a home victory for the second straight game.

Chicago started strongly with Brazilian midfielder Alex forcing Timbers goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts into a fine save from long range.

Soon after, Portland defender Norberto Paparatto barged into the back of Quincy Amarikwa, conceding a spot kick which Larentowicz converted.

The Fire were good value for their lead but had to survive a late first-half flurry with Johnson making a smart save from Portland skipper Will Johnson.

As the second half progressed, Portland started to gain more control with Chicago defending deeper and more desperately as the minutes passed.

In the 71st minute, Will Johnson failed to put the ball in the net with Fire custodian Sean Johnson stranded off his line after a mix-up between Chicago´s gloveman and defender Bakary Soumare, but it was 1-1 soon after as Nagbe´s powerful strike was parried into Fernandez´s path and the former Estudiantes forward made no mistake.

With four minutes remaining, Chicago were reduced to 10 men when Patrick Nyarko copped a second yellow card for a late challenge on Nagbe but the Fire had the best chance to snatch a late winner with Ricketts making a point-blank save from Soumare´s header in stoppage time.

Having drawn their opening two games, Portland sit sixth in the Western Conference table, two points adrift of Vancouver Whitecaps, who lead the standings.

Vancouver needed a late equaliser of their own to claim a 1-1 draw at Chivas USA on Sunday with Kekuta Manneh scoring in the 81st minute to cancel out Erick Torres´ first-half opener for the home side.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Costa Rica Primera Division Wrap: Perez Zeledon celebrate rare success

Struggling Perez Zeledon claimed a much-needed victory on Sunday, defeating UCR 2-1 in Costa Rica´s Primera Division.

Perez had not won since the opening round of the campaign and after going behind on the stroke of half-time, the cellar-dwellers looked set for yet another disappointing day.

But with a stroke of luck, the San Isidro-based club struck back in the second half with an own goal from UCR defender Jason Scott sending Perez level before Jose Sanchez scored three minutes later to give them a lead they would not relinquish.

While the win was not enough for Perez to rise above bottom spot in the table, Daniel Casas´ men did move within a point of second-bottom Puntarenas.

Perez have 10 points from 13 games, while Puntarenas (11 points) sit just behind Belen Siglo XXI (12).

Also on Sunday, Cartagines came from behind to draw 1-1 with Limon, while on Saturday, Puntarenas came from behind to draw 3-3 with Santos de Guapiles.

Deportivo Saprissa (28 points) remain first in the table despite not playing over the weekend, while second-placed Herediano have 27 points.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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CONCACAF Champions League Preview: Gomez mouths off ahead of Galaxy, Tijuana clash

American striker Herculez Gomez has lashed out at former club Los Angeles Galaxy before they face his new employers Tijuana on Tuesday.

Tijuana will host Galaxy in the second leg of their CONCACAF Champions League (CCL) quarter-final, after losing the first leg 1-0 in LA.

Gomez was convinced the Liga MX side deserved a better result but for some poor finishing and the 31-year-old United States international did not hold back in his criticism of the Galaxy after a strong contingent of Tijuana fans turned out in LA.

"I think it was disappointing for LA. You can´t claim to be one of the best fan bases and the flagship team of the league (MLS) and get shown up like this," Gomez told the MLS´ website.

"I´m sure their players feel disappointed."

Gomez, who played 53 games and scored 16 goals for the Galaxy between 2002 and 2006, added: "No, I´m not surprised (Tijuana dominated in the stands). I expected it. We´re really popular.

"People keep saying MLS should go to San Diego, but that´s maybe not such a good idea."

Gomez only came on in the 80th minute against the Galaxy in LA and despite starting in Tijuana´s league encounter on Saturday, which they lost 2-1 to Cruz Azul, it remains unclear if he will play much part in the second league after also criticising his coach Cesar Farias.

The Californian-born striker has scored nine times against MLS sides in the CCL and was not impressed by starting on the bench against LA.

"There´s a chip on my shoulder that I didn´t get more time today, that´s for sure," Gomez said.

"I think you should maybe know your players better. This is a tournament that I get up for. I´ve done a lot of things that have been positive in this tournament."

Brazilian striker Samuel scored the only goal of the game in the first leg, which put the Galaxy in the box seat to qualify for the CCL semi-finals for the second year in a row, while Tijuana have never reached the final four of the continental competition.

All three Mexican participants will host their second legs this week with Toluca and Cruz Azul to welcome San Jose Earthquakes and Sporting Kansas City respectively on Wednesday.

San Jose needed a second-half stoppage time header from Alan Gordon to claim a 1-1 draw with Toluca last week, while Kevin Ellis scored the winner for Sporting in their 1-0 triumph over Cruz Azul.

In the fourth quarter-final, Panama´s Arabe Unido will host Alajuelense of Costa Rica on Thursday, after claiming a 0-0 draw away from home in the first leg.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Venezuela Primera Division Wrap: Zamora under siege, as Trujillanos, Mineros win

Trujillanos and Mineros de Guayana both ramped up the pressure on Venezuela Primera Division leaders Zamora on Sunday.

With Zamora´s Round 10 game postponed due to the Barinas-based outfit´s Copa Libertadores duties coming up on Tuesday, Trujillanos and Mineros both won to edge within two points of the Primera Division´s top team.

Trujillanos notched their third consecutive win with a 1-0 triumph over Deportivo Petare thanks to Irwin Anton´s 66th-minute penalty.

Mineros also won 1-0 on Sunday with the Guayana-based club overcoming Yaracuyanos 1-0 through Ricardo Blanco´s second-half strike.

Those victories saw both Trujillanos and Mineros rise to 20 points in second and third in the table, while Zamora (22 points) remain on top with a game in hand.

Caracas, who also have a game in hand, sit fourth with 19 points after being held to a scoreless draw at home by Atletico Venezuela.

In Maracaibo, hosts Zulia accounted for Atletico El Vigia 2-1, while in other results, Carabobo held Tucanes to a scoreless draw, Estudiantes de Merida and Deportivo Tachira drew 1-1 and Llaneros de Guanare´s clash with Deportivo Lara failed to produce a goal.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Colombia Primera A Wrap: Millonarios make ground on Atletico Nacional

Millonarios moved to within four points of Colombian Primera A leaders Atletico Nacional with a 3-0 win over Itagui on Sunday.

http://www.youtube.com/w…492r967ugqE

Led by captain Mayer Candelo, Millonarios had few problems overcoming Itagui to rise to 21 points from 11 matches and claim second position in the table.

Millonarios leapfrogged Once Caldas and Santa Fe (both 20 points), while Nacional occupy top spot in the standings with 25 points.

Candelo played a role in all three of Millonarios´ goals on Sunday, providing the final pass to the latter two.

The 37-year-old attacking midfielder was part of a crisp move on the left-hand side of Millonarios´ attacking penalty area in the 13th minute, which culminated with Alex Diaz smashing the ball past Itagui goalkeeper David Gonzalez.

Itagui kept giving the home side too much space through the middle and on the stroke of half-time, Candelo burst forward with the ball at his feet, before feeding Dayro Moreno, who toe-poked his shot under Gonzalez.

In the 77th minute, Candelo teed up Harrison Otalvaro for Millonarios´ third goal after the 28-year-old midfielder was allowed to run unmarked through the middle of Itagui´s defence.

Sunday´s win was Millonarios´ third in a row in the Primera A and extended their unbeaten run to eight matches.

With Nacional held to a 1-1 draw by Deportivo Pasto on Friday, Millonarios edged closer to the league leaders.

http://www.youtube.com/w…4RfZmUH-0k8

Once Caldas drew 1-1 at Boyaca Chico to drop to third, while Santa Fe defeated La Equidad 2-0 on Saturday to temporarily sit above Millonarios, before the latter´s win on Sunday.

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Uniautonoma extended Medellin´s misery at the bottom of the table, winning 4-2, while Deportes Tolima cruised to a 3-1 win over Junior, Envigado defeated Atletico Huila 2-0 and Deportivo Cali triumphed 2-1 over Patriotas Boyaca.

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In the other match of the weekend, Alianza Petrolera edged out Fortaleza 1-0.

http://www.youtube.com/w…kTjTiWIUTtw
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Ecuador Primera A Wrap: Emelec retain top spot, Barcelona stun Cuenca late

Champions Emelec remain in control in Ecuador´s Primera A after beating LDU Loja 2-1, while Barcelona continued their revival.

http://www.youtube.com/w…E7wYkXFGoww

Emelec have two games in hand on all bar two teams, and remain top of the table with 19 points after their victory over Loja.

The home side opened the scoring in Loja on Saturday with captain Pedro Larrea finding Jonny Uchuari in the right channel and the 20-year-old attacker´s shot looped into the net after deflecting off an Emelec defender.

Emelec responded early in the second half, however, with Luis Miguel Escalada notching a brace in the space of four minutes.

Escalada drove the ball into the net from the edge of the area just three minutes after half-time and then finished sharply on the turn in the 52nd minute to put Emelec in front.

The visitors held on through the rest of the match to win their fourth consecutive game in the Primera A.

Emelec moved to 19 points, one ahead of second-placed Independiente del Valle, who have played nine matches, two more than the 2013 champions.

Independiente defeated El Nacional 4-2 on Saturday to move three points ahead of third-placed Loja.

http://www.youtube.com/w…E7wYkXFGoww

On Sunday, Barcelona notched just their second win in seven games with a 2-1 triumph over bottom club Deportivo Cuenca.

http://www.youtube.com/w…E7wYkXFGoww

Cuenca, who have yet to win this season, scored first at the Estadio Monumental Isidro Romero Carbo in Guayaquil with Ronaldo Johnson heading into the net from close range in the 14th minute.

The visitors held onto their lead until the 83rd minute when Barcelona defender Luis Checa converted from a tight angle following a corner.

Barcelona completed a dramatic comeback in the fifth minute of stoppage time with Stalin Motta earning a penalty right on the edge of the box before captain Matias Oyola slammed his spot kick into the top corner.

The win made it six points in three games for Barcelona and the Guayaquil-based club moved up to seventh with 11 points overall.

In the other game on Sunday, Mushuc Runa trumped Deportivo Quito 1-0, while on Saturday, Universidad Catolica won 2-0 at LDU Quito and Manta drew 1-1 with Olmedo.

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Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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