2014 FIFA World Cup - Round of 16: FRANCE vs NIGERIA - Singapore Forums by SGClub.com
Singapore Forums by SGClub.com
Sitemap Contact Us FAQ Singapore Forums by SGClub.com
Home Photos Member List Register Mark Forums Read  
Go Back Home > Personal Interests > Sports Forum > Soccer Forums » 2014 FIFA World Cup - Round of 16: FRANCE vs NIGERIA

Why aren't you a member of SGClub.com yet??

» Join 130,000+ other members in chatting.
» Make lots of new friends here.
» Keep up-to-date with current events.
» Participate in Club outings.
» Download lots of Free Stuff!

Registration just takes 2mins and is absolutely free so join our community today!

I Want to Choose my Own Personal Nickname Now!


Reply
 
LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 27th June 2014, 06:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
Experienced SGClubber
ms.siqi is a jewel in the roughms.siqi is a jewel in the rough

 
ms.siqi's Avatar
 
Posts: 17,035
Join Date: Jan 2008
Likes: 112
Liked 153 Times in 144 Posts
Gender:

2014 FIFA World Cup - Round of 16: FRANCE vs NIGERIA

2014 FIFA World Cup*-*Round of 16:*FRANCE vs*NIGERIA

I hope France will win.

Sponsors:
ms.siqi is offline  
Add to ms.siqi's Reputation Reply With Quote
Old 27th June 2014, 08:17 AM   #2 (permalink)
Experienced SGClubber
christmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant future

 
christmas_'s Avatar
 
Posts: 80,147
Join Date: Nov 2008
Likes: 924
Liked 523 Times in 453 Posts
Gender:

Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup*-*Round of 16:*FRANCE vs*NIGERIA

France is on form, they will proceed

__________________


christmas_ is offline   Add to christmas_'s Reputation Reply With Quote
Old 28th June 2014, 07:12 AM   #3 (permalink)
Experienced SGClubber
ms.siqi is a jewel in the roughms.siqi is a jewel in the rough

 
ms.siqi's Avatar
 
Posts: 17,035
Join Date: Jan 2008
Likes: 112
Liked 153 Times in 144 Posts
Gender:

Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup*-*Round of 16:*FRANCE vs*NIGERIA

Hope they don't disgrace themselves with a terrible defeat, much like England.

ms.siqi is offline   Add to ms.siqi's Reputation Reply With Quote
Old 28th June 2014, 09:02 AM   #4 (permalink)
Experienced SGClubber
christmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant future

 
christmas_'s Avatar
 
Posts: 80,147
Join Date: Nov 2008
Likes: 924
Liked 523 Times in 453 Posts
Gender:

Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup*-*Round of 16:*FRANCE vs*NIGERIA

Originally Posted by ms.siqi View Post
Hope they don't disgrace themselves with a terrible defeat, much like England.
That is unlikely. If they get to quarter-finals, they will most likely meet Germany

__________________


christmas_ is offline   Add to christmas_'s Reputation Reply With Quote
Old 1st July 2014, 10:24 AM   #5 (permalink)
Experienced SGClubber
*StarDust* has much to be proud of*StarDust* has much to be proud of*StarDust* has much to be proud of*StarDust* has much to be proud of*StarDust* has much to be proud of*StarDust* has much to be proud of

 
*StarDust*'s Avatar
 
Posts: 67,883
Join Date: Oct 2007
Likes: 408
Liked 349 Times in 307 Posts
Gender:

France into last eight as Nigeria downed

France into last eight as Nigeria downed


Reuters/REUTERS - France's Blaise Matuidi (14) and Mathieu Valbuena celebrate after winning their 2014 World Cup round of 16 game against Nigeria at the Brasilia national stadium in Brasilia June 30, 2014. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCCER SPORT WORLD CUP)

AFP News


France qualified for the World Cup quarter-finals here Monday after a late Paul Pogba header and a Joseph Yobo own goal clinched a 2-0 victory over Nigeria.

Juventus star Pogba made the key breakthrough for France 11 minutes from time, punishing a rare mistake by Nigeria goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama.

Then in the closing minutes, a low cross from Mathieu Valbuena was turned in by Yobo as he came under pressure from Antoine Griezmann.

The victory ended Nigeria's dream of reaching the quarter-finals for the first time and put France into a last eight meeting with either Germany or Algeria.

The defeat was hard on France-based Nigeria keeper Enyeama, who had kept Les Bleus at bay with a series of fine saves.

But the win was no less than Didier Deschamps's' France deserved after dominating the contest and enjoying the better of the chances throughout.

France will face the winner of Monday's other game, between Algeria and Germany, in Rio de Janeiro on Friday.

Germany have played Algeria twice -- at the World Cup in 1982 and in a 1964 friendly -- and lost both games, but it is Vahid Halilhodzic's Algeria who have revenge on their mind.

The Desert Foxes have "not forgotten" 1982; when West Germany lost 2-1 to Algeria and then played out a 1-0 win over Austria that ensured the European neighbours qualified for the second round. The game has gone down in football history as "The Shame of Gijon", after the Spanish city where it was played.

Algerian midfielder Hassan Yebda says the north Africans are equally interested in claiming a major scalp.

"We are a little bit optimistic," said the Udinese midfielder cautiously. "Germany are the best team here, we need the perfect game and it would be a sensation if we can reach the quarter-finals."

Loew rejects talk of revenge as barely anyone in the German squad was even born when the shame game was played. His side, minus Lukas Podolski who has a thigh injury, will start as favourites but he has also warned them against complacency.

"Anyone who thinks that an easy opponent is waiting for us in the next round is making an enormous mistake," said Loew after Germany finished as Group G winners.

Team captain Philipp Lahm has also said Germany must prove on the field that they are worthy of the reputation of being Europe's best hope at the World Cup.

"We have had great teams in the past and this squad has great potential, but we have to take it a round at a time and play aggressively," he said.

The Algeria match has put authorities in France on alert, following violence which erupted after the north Africans qualification for the second round.

Algerians make up France's largest immigrant group, with close to two million people, and many hold dual citizenship.

Off the pitch on Monday, Uruguay's disgraced striker Luis Suarez loomed back into view after being kicked out of the tournament last week for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini

After vehement public denials of wrongdoing, and claiming to FIFA disciplinary chiefs the incident was an accident, Suarez issued a carefully worded statement of apology on Twitter.

"I apologise to Giorgio Chiellini and the entire football family," Suarez said, acknowledging for the first time that there was "a bite."

"I vow to the public there will never again be another incident like" it, he added.

Elsewhere, Arjen Robben caused a storm when he apparently told Dutch television he dived during the controversial 2-1 win over Mexico on Sunday -- but not for the penalty awarded in time added on.

However, the Dutch football federation issued a strongly-worded statement saying the media had mis-interpreted Robben and the Bayern Munich star had said he'd fallen not dived too easily.

FIFA also said they would not be taking any action.

Source: https://sg.sports.yahoo.com/news/fra...180653758.html

__________________
"Dear children, let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth". - 1 John 3:18
*StarDust* is offline   Add to *StarDust*'s Reputation Reply With Quote
Old 1st July 2014, 08:35 PM   #6 (permalink)
Experienced SGClubber
christmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant future

 
christmas_'s Avatar
 
Posts: 80,147
Join Date: Nov 2008
Likes: 924
Liked 523 Times in 453 Posts
Gender:

Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup*-*Round of 16:*FRANCE vs*NIGERIA

France is very very lucky...Thanks to the own goal from Nigeria

__________________


christmas_ is offline   Add to christmas_'s Reputation Reply With Quote
Old 2nd July 2014, 07:35 AM   #7 (permalink)
Experienced SGClubber
ms.siqi is a jewel in the roughms.siqi is a jewel in the rough

 
ms.siqi's Avatar
 
Posts: 17,035
Join Date: Jan 2008
Likes: 112
Liked 153 Times in 144 Posts
Gender:

Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup*-*Round of 16:*FRANCE vs*NIGERIA

See if France can make it all the way to the finals.

ms.siqi is offline   Add to ms.siqi's Reputation Reply With Quote
Old 2nd July 2014, 08:05 PM   #8 (permalink)
Experienced SGClubber
christmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant futurechristmas_ has a brilliant future

 
christmas_'s Avatar
 
Posts: 80,147
Join Date: Nov 2008
Likes: 924
Liked 523 Times in 453 Posts
Gender:

Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup*-*Round of 16:*FRANCE vs*NIGERIA

Originally Posted by ms.siqi View Post
See if France can make it all the way to the finals.
If they can beat Germany in quarter finals, I won't be surprised if they do win the WC

__________________


christmas_ is offline   Add to christmas_'s Reputation Reply With Quote
Reply

Thread Tools
Display Modes


Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
2014 FIFA World Cup - Round of 16: BELGIUM vs USA ms.siqi Soccer Forums 8 2nd July 2014 08:27 PM
2014 FIFA World Cup - Round of 16: GERMANY vs ALGERIA ms.siqi Soccer Forums 9 2nd July 2014 08:27 PM
2014 FIFA World Cup - Round of 16: ARGENTINA vs SWITZERLAND ms.siqi Soccer Forums 4 2nd July 2014 08:03 PM
2014 FIFA World Cup - Round of 16: NETHERLANDS vs MEXICO ms.siqi Soccer Forums 4 30th June 2014 05:05 PM
2014 FIFA World Cup - Round of 16: COLOMBIA vs URUGUAY ms.siqi Soccer Forums 4 29th June 2014 06:12 PM

» Sponsors
Watch Free Movies Online
Celebrity Gossip
Food Delivery

» Facebook Fans
» What's Going On?
Title, Username, & Date
Happy Death Day
Expressing interest in someone
Buy:iPhone X www.BizFests.com Apple "30Pieces" 256GB $31,470
Do you know?
Cutest animal pics
The refugee crisis is real, global, and urgent.
Rear Light with Turn Signal?
Weight lose problem!
Post anything random on this thread.
Healthy Food Delivery
O-level or PFP
People who ride bicycles to work are happy folk.
DIABETES is in essence a chronic relative caloric excess problem:
Self-immolation protest ahead of the 19th Congress of CCP in Beijing.
Buy Apple iPhone X www.BizFests.com {20 Pieces} 256GB $21,980
19th Congress of CCP vs Singaporean PrinceYe's Global Press Conference, Episode 1.
SingCERT issues advisory on 'multiple vulnerabilities' affecting Wi-Fi networks
Paying the price for failing to check ID: How tobacco retailers are caught selling to...
Electronic bike locker system poll
Which brand is good Li-Ning or Yonex?
Featured Photos
by ajadep
· · ·
Member Galleries
20280 photos
13344 comments
by ajadep
· · ·
Member Galleries
20280 photos
13344 comments
by ajadep
· · ·
Member Galleries
20280 photos
13344 comments
by ajadep
· · ·
Member Galleries
20280 photos
13344 comments
by ajadep
· · ·
Member Galleries
20280 photos
13344 comments
by ajadep
· · ·
Member Galleries
20280 photos
13344 comments
by Vikas Dhar
· · ·
Photography
43 photos
5 comments
by aaudreygan
· · ·
Guy Photos
1581 photos
946 comments
by aaudreygan
· · ·
Girl Photos
4352 photos
4216 comments
by a8paris
· · ·
Guy Photos
1581 photos
946 comments

 

All times are GMT +8. The time now is 11:45 PM.


Powered by vBulletin
Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Copyrightę 2004-2013 SGClub.com. All rights reserved.