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BEIJING---Diego Tardelli scored twice to lead Brazil
to a 2-0 win over Argentina in a friendly yesterday,
with Lionel Messi missing a penalty that would have
tied the game in the first half.
Tardelli volleyed home the opening goal in the 28th
minute at the Bird's Nest. Messi had a chance to level
in the 41st after Angel Di Maria was fouled in the area,
but his penalty was saved by Brazil goalkeeper Jeffer-
"If I had scored, everything would've changed, it
would've been a new game," Messi said. "They wanted
to defend and counterattack.
"The team is going through changes, with a new
coach who has a different idea than the previous one.
We're trying new things, and that requires training,
time, games, and little by little the team will reach its
level and will get what it wants."
Tardelli scored his second after a goalmouth scramble
in the 64th, heading the ball past Sergio Romero to
seal the win. Brazil has won three straight games under
coach Dunga after a disappointing end to the World
Cup. Veterans Kaka and Robinho both came on as late
he scored his
goal during a
at the Bird's
BARCELONA---Spain's coach and
players have defended goalkeeper
Iker Casillas and their tiki-taka
passing style after their first loss
in qualifiers since 2006.
Spain will look to rebound from
Thursday's 2-1 defeat at Slovakia
that ended its run of 36 qualifiers
without a loss when it visits Lux-
embourg today as it tries to get back
on track in qualifying for the 2016
"Now we have to be more united
than ever," midfielder Cesc Fabregas
Casillas added to his poor per-
formances at the World Cup with
another goalkeeping gaffe on Slo-
vakia's first goal.
Considered until recently one of
the world's best goalies, Casillas
made blunders in Spain's 5-1 loss
to the Netherlands to open its ill-
fated World Cup defense in Brazil.
He followed that by a sub-par
showing in its 2-0 loss to Chile that
eliminated it from the tournament
in just two games.
Now his inability to block a free
kick struck hard but directly at him
by Slovakia's Juraj Kucka has awak-
ened concerns that the best days
may be behind Real Madrid's 15-
Sports daily Marca summed it
up with yesterday's headline, "Casil-
las' Agony." It described his con-
cession on Kucka's strike his "worst
mistake as a Spain player."
But defender Gerard Pique said
on Saturday that Casillas was
"beyond debate," and downplayed
the loss at Zilina.
"(Casillas) is the best in the world
at his position and he has showed
that for many years," Pique said.
"Having him as a teammate and as
our captain is wonderful. We have
to think that qualifying is a long
process and that he is more than
Coach Vicente Del Bosque said
he planned to make changes in his
starting 11 for Luxembourg before
the loss at Slovakia. He did not say
whether Casillas would start.
Spain is the two-time defending
European champion, but its flop at
the World Cup led to the retirement
from international duty of leading
scorer David Villa and midfield duo
Xavi Hernandez and Xabi Alonso.
Pique, however, still sees its ball-
control style as the key to success.
"The loss the other day was a
setback, but there is a long way to
go," he said. "It would be a mistake
to chance, because the profile of
our players are those that control
and pass the ball well.
"We are missing important play-
ers who left the team, and coach is
looking for their replacements."
One of those new pieces is Diego
Costa, who has yet to score in six
appearances for Spain.
Del Bosque asked for patience
with the striker, who is having a
splendid start at Chelsea after help-
ing Atletico Madrid win the Spanish
league last season.
"If we hadn't called him up we
would regret it," Del Bosque said.
"We are going to try and get the
best out of him. If he plays well for
his club, why wouldn't he do so
with us?" (AP)
Criticised for loss, Spain defends Casillas
ZAGREB---Unhappy with sitting on the bench,
Nikica Jelavic says he is quitting the Croatian nation-
The Hull striker made the announcement yesterday,
a day after he sat out the European Championship
qualifying match against Bulgaria that Croatia won
1-0 in Sofia.
Croatia coach Niko Kovac was surprised by Jelavic's
announcement and wished him well in his future
Kovac said: "I thank him for everything he has
done for the Croatian national team. I wish him the
best in his life and his club football career."
The 29-year-old has played 36 games for Croatia,
scoring 6 goals. Before joining Hull this season, Jelavic
played for Hajduk Split, Rangers and Everton. (AP)
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