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Discussion in 'Sporting CP' started by Força Sporting, Oct 9, 2006.
Eu acreditar translates to that??? I knew i shouldn't have skipped those portuguese classes
40 minutes of the 2nd half.
lmao, why yes it does
idk if sporting can do it in 5 minutes but i will not give up my hope.
strong effort, we were shaky at the beginning of the first half, but held firm. I think we will do better the next game in munich
Nothing to be ashamed of...SCP played a strong second half and deserved a tie. A couple of shots to the post one to the cross bar.
BM are beatable and we shouldn't fear them even in Germany.
If not for Kahn they would have gone down. Entertaining game.
Worse we can be in is a tie for Second in the Group so all is not lost.
Just one more thing to add...Pizarro is a punk...and I don't want to hear anymore about the antics of Portuguese players...I saw some shit from the Bayern players that would have made Rivaldo proud.
Also Tonel, mugged in the area close to the end and the ref didn't have the balls to make the call, he not only was pulled from behind he was then shoulder to the ground while going up for the ball.
Bayern is ours...
hah you wish buddy.
Anyways ,good game and I'm looking forward to the return game in Muenchen. Not going to be an easy task.
Good game guys. Unfortunate not to come out with out at least a tie. How about that old fart of a keeper . Man he can still play
Still, Sporting did themselves proud and proved they can play at BMs level. Keep your heads up guys. Of course you do realise that when we go back to league play, I will deny I posted any of this nice stuff.
Ow well Sporitng played good enuf to at least tie the game, but unfortunately Bayern kept us out of the net
on the bright side I guess since schewiensteigar got a red card he will be out, hes the player I fear most from Bayern he obviously seems to know how to beat Ricardo easily
Like I said, he can be beaten. Bento Just needs to look at videotape and Find his weakness which apparently is one on ones.
IMO and probably in PB's thoughts. He didn't expect Bayern (one of the so called top teams in the world) to come to Lisbon, and play with 9 defenders. Hopefully at home they'll have to open up a little bit more.
Great game by Sporting still very proud of their showing.
PB's decision on starting CM obviously backfired. Come on Paulo he's not in game shape, and don't use him in a CL match with Bayern.
Now in future games let him get his minutes from the bench.
Alright, i just watched the goal on FSC. Nice goal i must say but the reason behind this post is that Carlos Machado, the resident porkchop at FSC needs to do some reading!!!
He can pronounce Schweinsteiger perfectly but yet instead of saying Yannick Djalo he calls him Yannick Yellow!!! WTF Last week he said Lidson instead of Liedson.
JLR call this dude man, next thing you know he is referring to your beloved team as Sportem Lisbon!
I watched Espn and just kept hoping that the pop-up window w/ new scores would show the tying goal. Didn't happen, but nothing to be ashamed of. Forza Sporting.
On the Carlos Machado comment, I noticed that too. I don't think he speaks much Portuguese.
What do you expect the guy is Canadian
Oh...I am sorry...he's Luso-Canadian
The only thing Luso about him, is the water he drinks at his parents house!
Picture of the foul that wasn't called that would have given SCP a DFK just outside the Bayern 18.
Damn. Missed this game. Anyone want to give game ratings for the Sporting players please. Would be much appreciated.
A BOLA's ratings:
Schweinsteiger from hero to villain
October 18, 2006
LISBON (AFP) - Bayern Munich's dismissed midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger turned from hero to villain following his spectacular winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Sporting Lisbon at the Jose Alvalade stadium in their Champions League clash.
Schweinsteiger's 19th minute screamer means the Germans are almost certain to qualify from Group B, following this third consecutive victory, barring a dramatic loss of form by Felix Magath's men.
Schweinsteiger first made his mark with the goal, following organized build-up play by Bayern. His 30-metre shot rifled past well-beaten Sporting keeper Ricardo for his second goal of the tournament and Bayern's seventh, with none conceded.
Six minutes later Schweinsteiger earned a yellow card, following a challenge on Nani, which paved the way for his exit for a second booking two minutes after the break for a trip on second-half substitute Yannick Djalo.
Schweinsteiger will now miss Bayern's fourth match at home to Sporting in a fortnight where a point for the Germans would suffice to progress.
Magath looked to be trying to shuffle the pack as he brought on Bosnian Hasan Salihamidzic for Roque Santa Cruz in the 49th minute, a midfielder for a striker.
Though Sporting upped the tempo later in the match with the impressive Yannick, Joao Moutinho and Chilean Rodrigo Tello all having chances, they just could not get the ball past veteran goalkeeper Oliver Kahn who was admirable between the posts.
Kahn secures 10-man Bayern victory over Sporting
LISBON, Oct 18 (Reuters) - A brilliant performance by goalkeeper Oliver Kahn helped 10-man Bayern Munich secure a 1-0 win over Sporting Lisbon and preserve their 100 per cent start in Champions League Group B on Wednesday.
Midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger scored an outstanding goal after 19 minutes which proved decisive -- but he turned from hero to villain after 47 minutes when he was sent off for a second yellow card, picked up for a foul on substitute Yannick.
Bayern, who had a first-half penalty appeal waved away by Norwegian referee Terje Hauge, could even have won by a bigger margin.
Two minutes after their goal, midfielder Santa Cruz squandered a good chance to double the score when his header went wide.
Sporting poured forward in search of an equaliser and created several good chances but could find no way past Kahn.
When he was finally beaten after 58 minutes by Brazilian defender Polga, his right-hand post came to his rescue.
"Without a doubt Bayern are a great team," Sporting coach Paulo Bento told reporters.
"In the second half we failed to score in spite of our numerical advantage. Sporting didn't start the game well and it was then that we gave away a goal. Afterwards, when we reacted, we didn't have any luck."
Bayern top the group with nine points, followed by Sporting on four, Inter Milan on three and Spartak Moscow with one point, after the Italians beat the Russian side 2-1 at home on Wednesday.
Bayern's Philipp Lahm, left, jumps for the ball with Sporting's Alecsandro from Brazil, up, during the Group B UEFA Champions League soccer match between Sporting and Bayern Munich in Lisbon, Portugal, Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2006. Sporting was defeated by Bayern with 0-1.
(AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
Bayern's Julio Dos Santos, right, jumps for the ball with Sporting's Miguel Veloso, during the Group B UEFA Champions League soccer match between Sporting and Bayern Munich in Lisbon, Portugal, Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2006. Bayern won 1-0.
(AP Photo/Martin Meissner)