Sunday, March 30, 2008

Save some goals for South Africa 2010!

I'm talking to you, Argentine strikers!

If you see the post below, you'll notice how effective a lot of the Argentine strikers playing abroad were on Saturday.

But the pace was kept alive on Sunday!

We mention most of the Argentines that score goals in Europe's most important leagues but we don't follow all of the Argies abroad because it'll be a very difficult task and one you could only follow with professional staff or something. But as I was entering comments in the previous post, I said to myself: "Seba, this needs to be put in a new article!".

That's why I'm here writing this.

Let's see which were Sunday's most important Argie goals (and this time we'll include non-European leagues as well because it was a Super Sunday!):


Gabriel HEINZE and Gonzalo HIGUAIN helped Real Madrid to victory (3-1 over Sevilla) and to keep the top spot in La Liga. (Photo - Copyright - REUTERS)


Same thing with Lisandro LOPEZ and Luis GONZALEZ (Licha & Lucho, as they are known). (Photo- Copyright REUTERS) They scored one each in Porto's win at Belenenses. The Dragon now extend their lead in the Portuguese Superliga and they are going for the third title in a row. They need just one more win to clinch the title!


The MLS started off their new campaign and Claudio "PIOJO" LOPEZ wasted no time to score in his official debut for Kansas City Wizards. They won 2-0 against Chicago Fire. (Photo - Copyright - AP)

Christian GOMEZ (former MLS MVP) made his debut for Colorado Rapids and scored from the penalty spot to help his team sink BECKHAM's LA GALAXY with a heavy 4-0 result.


On Saturday, Claudio GRAF, a prolific striker that was a constant threat when he played in Argentina (for Lanús, Colón and many other teams), scored a hat-trick for Veracruz against America.

Former River Plate, Racing Club and San Lorenzo's striker Gastón FERNANDEZ scored for Tigres against Pumas (this was also on Saturday) and ex-Quilmes and Estudiantes de La Plata's defender, Pablo QUATTROCHI gave Necaxa the win against Chivas, while Matías VUOSO scored one of Santos' 4 goals against Tecos.

In total, between the leagues of England, France, Italy, Spain, USA and Mexico, there were 21 goals scored by 14 different players! Please! Save some for the Olympics and for South Africa 2010!

Not bad! Not bad at all! I imagine BATISTA and BASILE as two very happy men!

Please, if you find out about other Argie goals around the World, give us your comment and help us improve our blog!



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John said...

I've got to more...

In Russia

Leandro FERNANDEZ scored in the 70th minute to give Dinamo Moscow a 2-1 over FK Amkar.

In Turkey

Franco CANGELE scored for Kayserispor in their 1-2 loss against Besiktas Instanbul.

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Private Prancer said...

Aguante Argentina Carajo!
Number one in world ranking!