Wednesday, April 25, 2018

10 Claudio Caniggia You're Gonna Know

Claudio Caniggia scored two goals in the 1994 World Cup, both of them in the first round match against Nigeria, the first from a Gabriel Batistuta free kick rebound and second one from a free kick by Diego Maradona, which he finished, putting the ball in top right hand corner.

To Argentine football fans, Claudio has always been an eccentric footballer, playing for many different clubs in many different countries, which is why it is impossible to associate him with a single club. Instead he holds a unique place in their affections.

Currently he lives in Marbella, Spain.

He's shining like the most beautiful star when he played in Atalanta and AS Roma, but then got into some troubles, people accused him for using drugs.

He played for several clubs in his career including Rangers and Benfica.

The Estepona Soccer Master Camp has space for up to 100 football crazy kids, and all children coached by Caniggia

Claudio Caniggia had ever Believes Argentina Must Make Lionel Messi Feel Like A Star during WC 2010

D.O.B.: 1967-01-09
Place of birth: Henderson Argentina
Height: 1.75m

Once capable of running 100 metres in less than 11 seconds, Claudio Caniggia deserves his nickname El Hijo del Viento (Son of the Wind).

He achieved hero status at the 1990 FIFA World Cup Italy when, following a magnificent run by Maradona, he scored the goal that took the Argentina into the last eight at the expense of Brazil.

Thursday, April 5, 2018

The Summary Of 1990 Worldcup Semifinal

English-German party in the West Stadium Delle Alpi, Turin, opened with Andreas Brehme scored in the 60th minute. Gary Lineker equalized ten minutes from time.

Extra time does not change the results. Penalties when Stuart Pearce and Chris Waddle missed a penalty. West Germany once again escaped from the semi-final thanks to penalties, such as the 1982 World Cup in Spain during the French defeat. West Germany won the penalty shootout with England 4-3.

Other semi-final brought together the host Italy and Argentina at the Stadio San Paolo, Naples, a city whose population is not exactly supportive of Argentina and Italy. Italian first lead through Salvatore "Toto" Schillaci. Diego Maradona who was then the idol of Napoli star appear attractive and provide feed for Claudio Cannigia ripe for the equalizer.

In the penalty shootout. Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Goycochea, became a hero to thwart the penalty Roberto Donadoni and Aldo Serena. The fact that a tragedy for the entire Italian supporters.

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