• 1 Jul 2014, Kick Off 5:00pm
  • Ref: Jonas Eriksson
  • Competition: World Cup
  • Arena de São Paulo, São Paulo
Argentina
1
0
Switzerland
118' Ángel Di María
 
Result
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    • 1Romero
    • 4Zabaleta
    • 17Federico Fernández
    • 2Garay
    • 16Rojo
    • 10Messi
    • 14Mascherano
    • 5Gago
    • 9Higuaín
    • 7Di María
    • 22Lavezzi
    • 1Benaglio
    • 2Lichtsteiner
    • 22Schär
    • 20Djourou
    • 13Rodriguez
    • 8Inler
    • 11Behrami
    • 10Xhaka
    • 23Shaqiri
    • 18Mehmedi
    • 19Drmic
    • 21Andujar
    • 13Augusto Fernández
    • 11Maxi Rodríguez
    • 6Biglia
    • 12Orión
    • 23Basanta
    • 18Palacio
    • 15Demichelis
    • 3Campagnaro
    • 20Agüero
    • 8Pérez
    • 19Álvarez
    • 16Fernandes
    • 4Senderos
    • 6Lang
    • 17Gavranovic
    • 15Dzemaili
    • 21Bürki
    • 3Ziegler
    • 12Sommer
    • 14Stocker
    • 7Barnetta
    • 9Seferovic

    Argentina

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 1 S. Romero
    • 4 P. Zabaleta
    • 17 F. Fernández
    • 2 E. Garay
    • 16 M. Rojo (Basanta '106)
    • 10 L. Messi
    • 14 J. Mascherano
    • 5 F. Gago (Biglia '105)
    • 9 G. Higuaín
    • 7 . Di María
    • 22 E. Lavezzi (Palacio '74)

    Switzerland

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 1 D. Benaglio
    • 2 S. Lichtsteiner
    • 22 F. Schär
    • 20 J. Djourou
    • 13 R. Rodriguez
    • 8 G. Inler
    • 11 V. Behrami
    • 10 G. Xhaka (Fernandes '66)
    • 23 X. Shaqiri
    • 18 A. Mehmedi (Dzemaili '113)
    • 19 J. Drmic (Seferovic '82)
    Substitutes
    • 21 M. Andujar
    • 13 A. Fernández
    • 11 M. Rodríguez
    • 6 L. Biglia
    • 12 A. Orión
    • 23 J. Basanta
    • 18 R. Palacio
    • 15 M. Demichelis
    • 3 H. Campagnaro
    • 20 S. Agüero
    • 8 E. Pérez
    • 19 R. Álvarez
    Substitutes
    • 16 G. Fernandes
    • 4 P. Senderos
    • 6 M. Lang
    • 17 M. Gavranovic
    • 15 B. Dzemaili
    • 21 R. Bürki
    • 3 R. Ziegler
    • 12 Y. Sommer
    • 14 V. Stocker
    • 7 T. Barnetta
    • 9 H. Seferovic
    • 1 Goals 0
    • 8 Shots On Target 4
    • 9 Shots Off Target 8
    • 0 Hit Woodwork 1
    • 3 Yellow Cards 2
    • 18 Fouls 29
    • 1 Offsides 1
    • 0 Hand Balls 2
    • 62.8 Possession % 37.2
    • 627 Total Passes 371
    • 523 Accurate Passes 270
    • 53 Crosses 19
    • 10 Accurate Crosses 4
    • 13 Corners 5
    • 28 Tackles Won 26
    • 35 Total Tackles 27
    • 3 Blocks 12
    • 12 Blocked Scoring Attempts 3
    • 13 Interceptions 15
    • 34 Clearances 56
    • 34 Effective Clearances 56
    • 23 Headed Clearances 27
    • 4 Keeper Saves 7
    • 6 Keeper Throws 4
    • 6 Accurate Keeper Throws 4
    • 10 Goal Kicks 19
    • 8 Accurate Goal Kicks 3

    Argentina vs Switzerland

    This will be the seventh international meeting between Argentina and Switzerland. Argentina are unbeaten in their previous six (W4 D2).

    The only previous World Cup meeting between these two sides came back in 1966, when Argentina defeated Switzerland 2-0.

    After failing to score in seven successive World Cup appearances, Lionel Messi has netted four goals in his three appearances at the 2014 finals.

    Argentina have won their last three World Cup second round ties; winning on penalties versus England in 1998 and beating Mexico in both 2006 and 2010.

    Argentina have been knocked out only once in their six previous appearances at this stage (versus Romania in 1994).

    Argentina have won only 3 of their last 10 World Cup matches against a European team (D4, L3).

    Switzerland have been knocked out in the second round in their two previous appearances at this stage (versus Spain in 1994 and versus Ukraine in 2006).

    The Swiss have kept a clean sheet in seven of their last 10 World Cup finals matches.

    Switzerland have won just one of their previous six World Cup matches against South American nations (W1 D1 L4), but this victory came earlier in this tournament v Ecuador.

    Xherdan Shaqiri scored a hat-trick in Switzerland’s final group game against Honduras – the 50th hat-trick in World Cup history.

    Argentina have had an average possession figure of 65% so far at this tournament – the highest in this finals and their highest average at a World Cup finals since 1966.

    Four of Argentina’s last seven World Cup goals have come from outside the box, including half of their six goals (3) at this tournament.