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After carrying his team through the group stage in Brazil with four goals, Messi seemed to run out of steam. In the final Sunday, he created chances but, like the rest of the team, lacked the finishing touch to turn the game for Argentina.
The two powerhouses each had their chances before Mario Goetze, who came on as a substitute in the 88th minute, finally broke through with a left-footed finish in the 113th minute.
The question facing Portugal at the Word Cup is plain: Can Cristiano Ronaldo do for his country what Diego Maradona did for Argentina at the 1986 tournament?
Diego Maradona was fired as coach of Al Wasl on Tuesday after a season in which the soccer club finished in eighth place in a 12-team league and even failed to win a second-tier competition.
Diego Maradona's Al Wasl soccer team lost Sunday, ending its chances of qualifying for an Asian Champions League spot next season.
Diego Maradona has again threatened to leave Al Wasl after this season, saying he plans to meet with the club's chief executive next week and demand more money to buy players that would allow him to "compete."
Diego Maradona's club says the coach did the "honorable thing" by storming into the stands to confront fans who were taunting his girlfriend and the wives of players.
Al Wasl coach Diego Maradona was restrained by security staff as he confronted opposition fans in the stands after his team's latest match, angry at threats directed toward players' wives and girlfriends.
Diego Maradona was fined $2,450 Thursday by the United Arab Emirates Football Association for verbally abusing a rival coach.