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World Cup 2014 Qualifying: Uruguay vs Argentina tomorrow : See head to head between the two Giant team

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Argentina Vs Uruguay : 2 times World Cup winners Uruguay (1930 and 1950)
and Argentina (1978 and 1986)

All time matches = 187
Argentina Win 87 times, drew 44 times and uruguay win 56 times.
Argentina scored 302 goals while Uruguay scored 221 goals

The next match is the away match to Argentina : Argentina played 81 away 
matches against Uruguay so far where they win 24 matches, drew 20 matches 
and lost 37 matches to Uruguay. Argentina scored 97 while Uruguay 
scored 116 goals against them.
 
 
 LAST 40 YEARES HEAD TO HEAD BETWEEN THE TWO 


12 Oct 2012 W.C Qual. Argentina 3-0 Uruguay 16 Jul 2011 Copa Qf Argentina 1-1(4-5)Uruguay 14 Oct 2009 W.C Qual. Uruguay 0-1 Argentina 11 Oct 2008 W.C Qual. Argentina 2-1 Uruguay 12 Oct 2005 W.C Qual. Uruguay 1-0 Argentina 09 Oct 2004 W.C Qual. Argentina 4-2 Uruguay 13 Jul 2004 Copa Argentina 4-2 Uruguay 20 Aug 2003 FRNLY Argentina 3-2 Uruguay 16 Jul 2003 FRNLY Argentina 2-2 Uruguay 14 Nov 2001 W.C Qual. Uruguay 1-1 Argentina 08 Oct 2000 W.C Qual. Argentina 2-1 Uruguay 07 Jul 1999 Copa Argentina 2-0 Uruguay 12 Oct 1997 W.C Qual. Argentina 0-0 Uruguay 12 Jan 1997 W.C Qual. Uruguay 0-0 Argentina 23 Sep 1992 Friendlies Uruguay 0-0 Argentina 14 Jul 1989 Copa Uruguay 2-0 Argentina 08 Jul 1989 Copa Argentina 1-0 Uruguay 09 Jul 1987 Copa Uruguay 1-0 Argentina 16 Jun 1986 W.C Argentina 1-0 Uruguay 02 Aug 1984 FRNLY Argentina 0-0 Uruguay 18 Jul 1984 FRNLY Uruguay 1-0 Argentina 03 May 1978 FRNLY Argentina 3-0 Uruguay 25 Apr 1978 FRNLY Uruguay 2-0 Argentina 04 Mar 1978 FRNLY Argentina 0-0 Uruguay 09 Jun 1976 FRNLY Uruguay 0-3 Argentina 08 Apr 1976 FRNLY Argentina 4-1 Uruguay 18 Jul 1975 FRNLY Uruguay 2-3 Argentina 23 May 1973 FRNLY Uruguay 1-1 Argentina 17 May 1973 FRNLY Argentina 1-1 Uruguay

Mizoram wins U-14 Subroto Cup title 2013

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DSA PRESS RELEASE : Government Chawmfianga Middle School, Kolasib, Mizoram 2-1 Betkuchi High School, Kamrup, Assam
miz : ( Lal Thansanga 28', Lalawmpuia 47'
asm : Lallwmawna 36' (own goal)

Government Chawmfianga Middle school of Kolasib, Mizoram won the U-14 Boys' title of the 54th Subroto Cup with an action packed 2-1 victory over Betkuchi High School, Kamrup, Assam at the Ambedkar Stadium here on Monday. Lallawmsanga and Lalthansanga scored for the winners while Mizoram defender Lallawmawma botched up a clearance to reduce the deficit. This is the third time that a team from Mizoram has won the title, although Chawmfianga have won for the first time.

Mizoram dominated proceedings and could have scored at least a couple of goals in the opening 15 minutes. However, the Assam defence, which had not conceded any goals during their journey to the final held firm to deny their rivals the lead in the first half. The Assamese resistance finally cracked early in the second half when Mizoram's Lalathansanga's shot hit the post before going in.

Mizoram's lead was only short lived however, as Mizoram defender Lallawmawma's attempted to clear an Assamese cross from the right flank while defending he only managed to lob the ball over onrushing goalkeeper Lalmuansanga resulting in a same side goal there by giving Assam an opportunity to equalize by Mizoram.

The setback only seemed to spur on the team from Mizoram when Lalampuia's header off a corner fell to an unmarked Lallawmsanga who punched in from close range and there by Manipur finishing off with 2 goals as the final whistle went off.

The wining team received a cash prize of Rs 2,00,000 while the runners-up took home Rs 1,00,000.

Fair Play Trophy - Infant Jesus Schol, Goa (10,000/-)

Best Player & Highest Scorer - Lalampuia (Mizoram, 14 goals)- ( 25,000/- + Laptop)

Most Promising Player - Nayan Jyoti Kuli (Assam) (Laptop)

Best Goalkeeper - Chiran Swargiary (Assam) -( 20,000/-)

PLAYERS SELECTED FOR THE AIRFORCE SCHOOL (TAFS) U-14 BOYS

1. RHCADOLF ST. ANTHONY, MEGHALAYA
2. WELBOK STAR ST. ANTHONY, MEGHALAYA cv 3. VARUN MAMTA MODERN SCHOOL - DELHI
4. BISHAL ORAM NG TOWN H SCHOOL - SAMBALPUR, ORISSA
5. JIPU BEHERA NG TOWN H SCHOOL - SAMBALPUR, ORISSA
6. SURHAM CHETTRY DETKUCHI H SCHOOL, ASSAM
7. LAKHMAN BORA DETKUCHI H SCHOOL, ASSAM
8. NAYAN JYOTIKULI DETKUCHI H SCHOOL, ASSAM
9. MD. AJARUDDIN SHAH N.E.ENGLISH SCHOOL, MANIPUR
10. SUDESH K MSP HSS, MALAPPURAM, KERELA
11. WELBOK ST. ANTHONY'S HS, SHILLONG
12. RHEEDOLF ST. ANTHONY'S HS, SHILLONG
13. OMKAR VEVEKANANDA, VIDYAPEETH, CHATTISGARH
14. PRAVEEN GOVT SS SCHOOL, FATEHBAD, HARYANA
15. CHINMOY SARKAR SPORTS SCHOOL, TRIPURA

SCOUTERS:

TARUN ROY ( SELECTOR AIFF)
SURESH KATARIA (SELECTOR-SAI)
RISHI KAPOOR (SELECTOR- SMSES)

20 teams to play in Delhi Soccer championship - 2013

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DSA PRESS RELEASE : Twenty top affiliated clubs will vie for top honours in the annual DLF-ONGC-Delhi Soccer Association (DSA) Football Championship-2013 scheduled to commence from Sunday, October 20 at DDA CWG Sports Complex, Akshardham.

A keen tussle is on cards when twenty (20) top affiliated clubs will vie for top honours in the annual DLF-ONGC-Delhi Soccer Association (DSA ) Football League Champions - 2013 scheduled to commence from Sunday, October 20 at DDA CWG Sports Complex, Akshardham.

The highlight of this years.s league will be that apart from local recruits many outstation and foreign national players will be seen in action, As many as seventy (70) outstation players had sought inter-state transfers from states like West Bengal, Goa, Punjab, Haryana, U.P, Uttrakhand, Jharkhand, North-East, Odisha etc.

in the 1st window of All India Football Federation (AIFF ) Inter- State transfers of players. Three (3) foreign national can be registered but only two players are eligible to play. The groupings of participating teams were decided by draw of lots in the club secretaries meeting held in DSA office on September 30. The teams have been divided in three groups at the preliminary stage which are as :

Group - A : Royal Rangers FC, IAF (Palam), Young Boys FC, Utrakhand FC, Garhwal Diamond, Ashoka FC, Cosmos FC.
Group - B : Shastri FC, Young Sports, Royal FC, Collegians FC, Bangadarshan FC, Friends United, Youngsters FC.
Group - C -: N. D. Heroes FC, Moonlight FC, Delhi Cantt. FC, Frontier FC, Ajmal FC, Rohini FC, Victory FC, Delhi Students FC

The two top teams of each preliminary league group will qualify for super six league. Top two teams of super six league will be promoted to Senior Division league from next season. Meanwhile, the Delhi Soccer Association (DSA ) has constituted a league sub - committee headed by H. V. Chauhan as chairman, Magan Singh Patwal as convenor for smooth conduct of the league.