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(Original post by doggyfizzel)
Doesn't matter, RVP is the best centre forward in Europe right now, Huntelaar is not in any better form. Also explain to me how he fits the system better considering Holland are set up in nearly the exact formation as Arsenal play, and Schalke play a standard 4-4-2.
Lionel Messi, and don't give me the crap about him not playing center , yes he does.
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(Original post by facdroit)
Lionel Messi, and don't give me the crap about him not playing center , yes he does.
Learn the definition of a centre forward, because playing in the middle up front is not it. Messi plays a false 9, the most famous one in the world, but nice try.
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Facepalm at the first line, like what the hell are you talking about.

Identical goal scoring ratio for country? Oh, dear, Huntelaar has a better goal scoring ratio for Holland than van Persie, please look at the facts...
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(Original post by facdroit)
Lionel Messi, and don't give me the crap about him not playing center , yes he does.
Messi plays as an attacking midfielder/ false number 9. Oh, lol at you.
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Parker has been abysmal in the second half after a good enough first half revolving around English grit.
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(Original post by Mess.)
Parker has been abysmal in the second half after a good enough first half revolving around English grit.
Agree, although he has been England's best player, to be fair to him.
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(Original post by El Ferrari)
Facepalm at the first line, like what the hell are you talking about.

Identical goal scoring ratio for country? Oh, dear, Huntelaar has a better goal scoring ratio for Holland than van Persie, please look at the facts...
5 in 7 = 0.71 gls per game, 6 in 9 = 0.66 gls per game in 2011. Those are the facts.

You still have failed to give this oh so obvious answer as to how he fit the system better.
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Cahill. Great finish lol.
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Offside and questions have to be asked about why a Centre back was in the 6 yard box.
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And another injured player.
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(Original post by doggyfizzel)
5 in 7 = 0.71 gls per game, 6 in 9 = 0.66 gls per game in 2011. Those are the facts.

You still have failed to give this oh so obvious answer as to how he fit the system better.
I'm clearly talking about overall, hence I said he has a better goal to game ratio...

OH LOL. Can't believe this...
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Sturridge man of the match? are you taking the piss? not even close, Parker has been easily our best player tonight.

England still have a lot of work to do to really compete with teams like Holland as well based on this, and Pearce's tactics are a mixed bag at best here too.
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What a finish from Young, really smart.
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2-2, like how we only did well going forward after going 2 down :erm:
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The winger who does nothing but score goals and get injured!
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typical.
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At least Welbeck and Sturridge did alright.
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(Original post by doggyfizzel)
What a finish from Young, really smart.
And by the way Hunterlaar is joint top scorer in the bundesliga too.
Stop with the premfacing it's embarassing.

1. Patrick Kluivert 1994–2004 40 79 0.51 1994–2008
2. Dennis Bergkamp 1990–2000 37 79 0.47 1986–2006
3. Faas Wilkes 1946–1961 35 38 0.92 1940–1964
Ruud van Nistelrooy 1998– 35 70 0.50 1994–
5. Abe Lenstra 1940–1959 33 47 0.70 1935–1963
Johan Cruyff 1966–1977 33 48 0.69 1964–1984
7. Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 2006– 30 48 0.63 2002–
8. Bep Bakhuys 1928–1937 28 23 1.22 1925–1946
9. Kick Smit 1935–1946 26 29 0.90 1924–1950
10. Robin van Persie 2004– 25 61 0.41 2001–
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Feel sorry for England, as that was a great comeback. Baines to blame for the winner though, didn't close down Robben quick enough.
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(Original post by KingMessi)
At least Welbeck and Sturridge did alright.
Wellbeck was too isolated till after we were 2-0 down

Sturridge was okay at best, nothing like as good as he is capable of.
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