More in Football World Cup 2014
Will there be a second coming for Tiki-taka in Brazil this summer after yesterday’s death knell?
In the 1950s, 60s and 70s, Brazil was to the world of football what West Indies was to the world of cricket or India was to the world of hockey – unquestioned emperors who redefined winning by the sheer grace of their style.
[Second Coming is a regular column during this football world cup dedicated to my late brother] At the fag end of an action filled first half, almost in injury time, Argentina, which is then trailing 1-2, gets a dangerous free-kick very close to the British goal at a difficult angle. Typically, […]