Sunday, October 08, 2006

Putting the ball in the net.

So, as the Redskins sucked it up against the Giants, I switched over to Fox Soccer Channel to watch one of the many, "Super Classico's," this one being from Argentina, River Plate hosting Boca Juniors. As this match was much better than the NFL crap on Fox, the 3-1 result was very satisfying to watch. I did find one thing interesting from this match today.

River opened up the scoring in the 30th minute, only to have Boca come back and tie it at the 32nd minute. The Lone Boca goal was one that I actually should have seen last night at RFK. Palacio received a pass on the right side of the River goal, and moved towards the goal. The River keeper moved out to cut off the angle, but Palacio still took the shot towards the back post, and buried the ball in the net.

Last night, Rod Dyachenko had just about the same shot setup for him off of a pass from Christian Gomez on the right side of the New England Revolution goal. Rod took a different route and instead of taking his shot to the back post of the goal, I guess he tried to put the ball inbetween the near post and Matt Reis, I say I guess because he blew the shot.

Granted that Rod is a rookie, but I was just a little miffed once again at the performance last night. DC United is better than that. Each one of our guys is better than how they all showed last night. I have faith in Peter Nowak and that he will be able to work on the problems that pretty much everyone who follows United know are there.

River looked pretty good today, Boca had some defensive lapses, two that got them beat.

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