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Argentina and Brazil opened the 2011 Superclasico with a 0-0 draw after Leandro Damiao was denied twice in the match by the woodwork.

The two teams will now meet in the second leg, which will determine the winner of this year’s Superclasico.

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As with the first leg of this event, only home-based players are eligible to compete, so any player who is currently playing overseas is ineligible.

Where: Brazil

When: September 28th, 8:45 EDT

Live Stream: ESPN3

Biggest Storyline: Who Will Rise to the Occasion?

After the first match played out to a 0-0 draw, someone has to step up in this one for one of these teams.

Brazil vs Argentina LIVE

This is the start of our live blog for this Sunday’s World Cup qualifier between Brazil and Argentina. We’ll have build-up and then minute-by-minute coverage, so stay tuned.


This match is officially suspended. CONMEBOL says the referee and match delegate will submit a report to FIFA and, from there, football’s governing body will decide what happens next. That could be complicated and may come down to whether or not the issue of the four players was discussed when the team sheets were submitted.


Argentina coach Luis Scaloni has explained why he and his players walked off and refused to restart the match without the four players involved. “I want the people of Argentina to know I, as the coach, have to defend my players. “At no point were we told that they couldn’t play the match. We wanted to play and Brazil too.”


The Brazil players are still on the pitch, but now they’re preparing for a training session. This was supposed to be a World Cup qualifier, but now Neymar and co. will work out in the centre of the pitch as Argentina prepare to leave the stadium.


The half time whistle should have been sounding right now, but instead we’re watching some Brazil players performing keepy-uppies on the pitch as the the Argentina players stay in the tunnel and the dressing room.


After a talk between the captains and the coaches, Messi walks back off the pitch again. He is now in the tunnel, continuing his conversation with Dani Alves. It seems like Argentina will leave the stadium soon, although it remains to be seen what will happen with the four players – Emiliano Martinez, Cristian Romero, Gio Lo Celso and Emiliano Buendia – who Brazilian authorities claim broke quarantine procedure.


Dani Alaves has gone to find his old friend Messi and has brought him out of the dressing room. Messi – who is wearing a bib now and not his shirt, suggesting Argentina are not sitting waiting to come back – speaks with a few of the Brazil players he knows best and with Tite and his own coach Lionel Scaloni. He is serious, but smiling a little too. To be honest, Messi might be the calmest person in the stadium right now.

Spain manager Luis Enrique has said he considers Argentina and Brazil the favourites heading into the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Argentina lifted last year’s Copa America title with a 1-0 win in the final over Brazil at the Maracana, their first major title since 1993. The Lionel Messi-led side built on that success earlier this month by claiming a 3-0 victory over Italy in Finalissima.

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The two South American sides went unbeaten in World Cup qualifying, although Brazil finished six points ahead of Argentina in the qualifying table.

“I see Argentina and Brazil well above all the other national teams,” Luis Enrique told a news conference on Saturday. “Well above the rest.”

Meanwhile, Enrique’s Spain side have been unconvincing in this month’s international break. The 2010 World Cup winners head into Sunday’s Nations League game against the Czech Republic looking for only their second win in the tournament in a 1-0 victory at Switzerland on Thursday.

Spain drew their opening Group A2 games, a 1-1 result against Portugal followed by a 2-2 draw at the Czech Republic.

“If some expect us to win all of the games and do so by thrashing our opponents, they know nothing of modern football,” Enrique said. “Look at France, the [2018] World Cup Champions and [2021] Nations League winners.”

France are bottom of Group A1 after taking two points from their opening three Nations League games.

Spain has struggled in front of goal leading to calls for Enrique to field Barcelona forward Ansu Fati against the Czech Republic.

Ansu, 19, has not played for Spain since October 2020 due to injuries and hamstring problems, and he made just 14 appearances for Barcelona last season.

“I have no doubt that he will return to his level,” Enrique said. “He is a unique player in terms of his rapport with a goal.

“We were the first to call him up because we were aware of that. We can’t be in a hurry. He’s had a very difficult year and we must mark the necessary steps that I believe are the best for him. We are not going to take any risks.”

Ansu’s Barca teammate Gavi has started all three of Spain’s opening Nations League games.

The teenage midfielder beat the record previously held by Ansu by becoming Spain’s youngest ever goalscorer at 17 years and 304 days after netting against the Czech Republic on Sunday.

Enrique praised Gavi’s talent but said the highly-rated midfielder, who is in talks with Barca over a new contract, still has a lot to learn.

For the last match, Ronaldinho was in this spot, but he was irrelevant in the last match. He looked lost for much of the game, while Damasio was the only consistent player on either side of the ball.

He was unlucky not to score at least one goal in the match and really should have capitalized on his chances with two goals.

He will hope things go a bit better for him this time around.

Player to Watch for Argentina: Mauro Boselli

The former Wigan forward had the best opportunity of the match for Argentina, but couldn’t capitalize. He missed the net completely and will need to be in better form for this match.

He didn’t create much offensively and will need to do better if Argentina wants to win.

Key Matchup: Brazil attack vs. Argentina defense

The combination of Neymar and Ronaldinho should be lethal, but they didn’t produce much in the first game.

If the Brazilian attack can get things going, the Argentina defense is going to have problems slowing them down.

Final Analysis:

Brazil had the better opportunities in the first match, and with the home crowd at their back, they have a better chance of coming away with a victory.