January 6th, 2015

Okaka was unfortunate to have his shot saved by a diving Federico Marchetti

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At the other end of the pitch, the visitors went forward with their first half-chance of the game with Stefano Okaka positioned well in front of goal, but still had three defenders to beat, before he was deemed offside. And if you have enough cheap FIFA 15 coins to play in FIFA 15, Then you can play well.
Stefan Radu fired over the bar for the hosts, while Viviano did well to hold out a flurry of Lazio chances as they pressed forward. Daniele Gastaldello was booked for bringing down Anderson just outside the 18-yard box but Lucas Biglia’s resulting free-kick – a powerful shot on target – brought out a diving save from Viviano midway through the first half.
On the break, Okaka was unfortunate to have his shot saved by a diving Federico Marchetti as Samp attempted to hit back against the hosts’ dominance. Netherlands defender Stefan de Vrij shot just wide for Lazio with his close-range effort on the half-hour mark as they continued to press for the opener but the opposing defence remained strong.
Radu fired high into the stands as the half wore on and Lazio were finally rewarded for their numerous attempts on goal as Parolo broke the deadlock eight minutes before the break. Anderson crossed the ball in from edge of the 18-yard box and Parolo slotted home past an off-balance Viviano to hand his side a deserved lead.
Lazio’s third arrived after 66 minutes as Anderson took a fantastic ball forward and set up Djordjevic in the centre of the six-yard box for a simple tap-in. Samp substitute Gonzalo Bergessio thought he had pulled one back for the visitors minutes later before his effort was ruled offside and Okaka was denied again deep into the second half.
The visitors had another goal ruled offside in the closing ten minutes after Fabrizio Cacciatore headed home, seconds before Okaka shot over the bar in a late onslaught from Sampdoria. Lazio had a few chances of their own late on but settled for a 3-0 win ahead of Sunday’s trip to face second-placed Roma in the Rome derby.
December 31st, 2014

PSG are currently third in French Ligue 1

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French champions Paris Saint-Germain finished 2014 with a victory as a second half goal from Yohan Cabaye handed them a narrow 1-0 victory over Italian Serie A side Inter Milan on Tuesday in Morocco. In a prestige friendly, held in the North African country, PSG coach Laurent Blanc made numerous changes at the Grand Stade in front of around 30,000 supporters. Do you want to play with this excited game if FIFA 15, then buy some FIFA 15 coins to play.

Former Newcastle United favourite Cabaye grabbed the only goal of the game on 57 minutes when he converted following sustained pressure from the capital club. Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani was a notable absentee and given an extended winter break while talisman Zlatan Ibrahimovic was given a chance to prove his return to fitness and lasted the full 90 minutes.


“It was a good match,” said Swede Ibrahimovic. “We’ve had a super three days here with very intensive training sessions. Winning is good for the confidence but the most important is to work well to prepare the second part of the season.” Meanwhile, Blanc said he would be awaiting “some explanations” from both Cavani and Lavezzi, who missed the training camp in Morocco.


“They’ll arrive on (January) 2 in the morning in Paris,” explained Blanc, who refused to be drawn on a possible transfer of either of the two players when the window opens on Saturday. “We can’t say that today. We’re going to wait until they arrive,” he said. “We’ll expect some explanations, and then we’ll make sporting decisions as a club.”


PSG are currently third in French Ligue 1, but only three points behind leaders and arch rivals Marseille, while they also have a key UEFA Champions League last 16 tie against Chelsea looming large in February. Their next competitive match is against 2012 Ligue 1 champions Montpellier in the French Cup on 5 January.

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