Australian team coach Graham Arnold has sent a warning to the Argentina team who are scheduled to play tonight in the round of 16 of the World Cup.
The team led by coach Arnold has already surprised the world enough by passing the group they shared with France, Denmark and Tunisia.
Graham Arnold has now said how he plans to fight again against Argentina.
The Socceros coach said, "I'm not disrespecting Argentina or anything but it's 11 players going before 11 players, otherwise it's 10 blue players going before 10 yellow players, it's a fight," said Arnold.
"It's a big fight, we have to fight and make sure the boys are in good physical condition, in good mental condition, they have energy, we will go there and compete."
Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez has been spending the last few days in Qatar enjoying the World Cup before his team resumes work on Monday.
One of the matches Hernandez watched was the match between Germany and Spain which ended 1-1. On his return, the media reports that he has found a replacement for captain Sergio Busquets if he leaves the team at the end of this season.
According to Sport newspaper, Man City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan is the star chosen by Xavi while his contract at Etihad Stadium is expiring.
City wants to offer him a one-year contract but will also block it if he leaves.
The fact that he is smart, can play in many positions and has experience attracted Xavi, Gundogan is not a long-term option for Barcelona and he is 32 years old, but he seems to be the most possible solution so far.
Other options Martin Zubimendi and Ruben Neves from Real Sociedad and Wolves will also need more money to sign him.
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