Bayern Munich and Chile star Arturo Vidal has stirred up a war of words with Portugal talisman Cristiano Ronaldo before the pair meet in the Confederations Cup semi-finals on Wednesday, calling the Real Madrid man a "smartass". The only way we can be really successful is if every single player gives their very best.
Denied victory by Javier Hernandez's injury-time equaliser against Mexico in the opening match, Portugal knew their destiny would probably come down to defeating Russian Federation on home soil, a task they proved more than capable of after Cristiano Ronaldo's early victor.
As Portugal beat New Zealand 4-0 to reach the semi-finals of the competition, Silva scored his team's second goal.
Alexis Sanchez has possibly the most famous thighs in football - the sight of the Arsenal and Chile forward rolling up his shorts to show them off is a familiar sight. He needs team-mates to develop his style and his game.
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It is a bit surprising to see Vidal making such an offensive comment on Ronaldo and he now has to hope that Chile does not face the wrath of the superstar footballer on the pitch tomorrow.
"Our opponents know this and they often have a different way of playing (against us), they tend not to take the initiative". "And I'm sure it's going to be difficult.for Portugal as well".
"He has had an fantastic season in Spain".
Chile finished behind Germany in their group after a surprise 1-1 draw with Australia on matchday three saw them surrender top spot to the world champions. "Obviously he is a world-class player, but nobody is afraid of him". Now the four qualified teams move into the next round which is the semi-finals and even if they lose, they will still have a chance to play for 3 round.
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"He's been a very good leader".
"Portugal are clear contenders for the title", he said.
"We'll try to impose our style but I've said many times before, it doesn't matter if we're favourites, we won't change our style based on that".
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