Yesterday evening, Chile soccer team showed an outstanding and dynamic model of playing before Argentina National soccer team during the whole match. At the very beginning, most soccer fans were astonishingly surprised by the local team strategy and the nominated list of players assigned by the local coach, Marcelo Bielsa, just 10 minutes before the match got started. To speak the truth, media broadcasters, sport journalists and most of Chilean fans felt shockingly disappointed spreading their skeptical views on the television and radio 5 minutes before the ball was kicked off.
But this distrusting stomach sense turned over after 15 minutes when the Chilean left forward player,Jean Beausoujour’s alarming shot, slightly slipped over the Argentinian goalkeeper’s hand and then a new atmosphere full of a strongly dominant attitude for playing was set individually and group ally in the Chilean soccer team.
Since 1973 directed by the Chilean coach, Luis Alamos, our local national soccer team could never beat Argentina’s team at home, all along 5 world cup pre-qualifying Latin American matches in 35 years.
When Chile soccer team out stood in physical and strategic model playing for more than 35 minutes during the 1st half,the Chilean right forward player, Fabian Orellana, scored the historic goal which changed Chilean National soccer history, placing our team in the 4th place in the Latin American classification chart this year. Next classification round will continue in March 2009 for all Latin American soccer teams.
Argentinian news from El Clarin heads :” We Ain’t Nothing”( No Somos Nada, image below). And the Argentinian coach, Alfio Basile, recognized Chilean team’s awesome playing and summed up his view as: “We’ve been fairly beaten and now we must go to church and cry!”
Chilean fans celebrated till this time in the streets and public places and restaurants this extraordinary event in Chilean Soccer time line.