FIFA World cup 2014: Group F- analysis
Group F has one of the favourites to win this Fifa 2014 World cup in the form of Argentina. After Brazil and Spain, Argentina is looking good to win the fifa world cup again after 1986 again ahead of Germany. With, arguably the best striker in the world currently, Lionel Messi, Argentina can lift the cup this time around. They have a balanced side with a potential to win against any top teams. Lionel Messi, in the company of Gonzalo Higuain and Sergio Aguero makes a lethal attack that can break any defence. With Angel Di Maria in his great form, Argentina has of one of the best attacks of the world. They have some problems in defence but, when you have such a great attack, you can thrive on them to win every game. Group-F has clear No.1 in the form of Argentina. Now, the race for the No.2 starts automatically. It will be interesting to see the dog fight of grabbing second spot in the Group F. Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nigeria and Iran will try to grab a spot in the final 16.
Now, looking at the chances of these teams, Iran does not look good to enter in the final 16. Iran has to beat Nigeria for the same and try to draw the rest of the games, which is highly unlikely to happen. Hence, there is almost no chance for Iran to enter in the final 16. Nigeria has a tough task to beat Bosnia and Herzegovina. The likes of Edin Dzeko and Miralem Pjanic can cause a lot of threat for any top teams. Hence, Bosnia and Herzegovina has the upper hand ahead of Nigeria. If Bosnia and Herzegovina enters in the Final 16, they may play France in the final 16, here they can create upset as they have a formidable attack in their team. So, one of the few dark horses of this Fifa world cup, is Bosnia and Herzgovina. Nigeria would have to play their best football to enter in the final 16. A win against Iran and draw against the other teams can be good for them but, it will be a tough task for them. They have to rely heavily on the forward Shola Ameobi who plays for Newcastle United in EPL.
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