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This day in history of Ronaldo

2003

Dois gols no Athletic Bilbao

Ronaldo puede poner fin a su 'maldicion' liguera

Ronaldinho: "Contra EEUU jugamos nuestra primera final"

Ronaldo ha marcado 2 goles al Athletic en dos juegos

Del Bosque convoca a toda su plantilla para el encuentro ante el Athletic

ЛЧ. Жеребьевка

Роналдо забил два раза в двух матчах против "Атлетик де Бильбао"

На матч с "Атлетиком" заявлены все 23 футболиста

Ronaldo: Two strikes to Athletic Bilbao

2004

Scolari faz história mas ainda não cumpriu promessa

RUSIA NO PUDO HACER MÁS

PORTUGAL FUE MÁS EFECTIVO

Figo gana en su casa

Испания попрощалась с Чемпионатом Европы

Фиго победил дома

Хосе Антонио Камачо отказался от Луизао

Portugal advance to quarter finals, Spain eliminated

2005

Parreira muda de idéia e deve trocar só três

I'm no gold digger says Ronaldo's estranged fiancee

Ronaldo vai jogar com Meninas Superpoderosas

Real Madrid joga para ajudar ex-craque Puskas

Seleção faz último treino, mas Parreira não anuncia time

HOMENAJEARÁ A PUSKAS CON UN AMISTOSO EN BUDAPEST EL 14 DE AGOSTO

Девушки в жизни Роналдо

УЕФА проведет жеребьевку 24 июня

After 100 games as Brazil's coach, Parreira is still working on the mix

Brazil not afraid to rejig team for Japan clash

Ronaldo will return, Brazil coach says

Real to play testimonial for Puskas

2006

Photos: Ronaldo today

Tricampeões reclamam da Seleção e pedem mudanças

Seleção tem melhor início de temporada em 37 anos

Brasil se prepara para enfrentar time do ídolo Zico

Seleção celebra 36 anos do tri mundial

Para Maradona, Brasil está "à meia-força" na Copa

Ronaldo aposta que será maior goleador das Copas

Parreira só vai anunciar time minutos antes do jogo

Em site, Ronaldo promete jogar melhor contra Japão

Brasil obligado a despejar dudas ante Japón

Магия игры

Brazil not worried about Zico

Preview: Japan vs. Brazil

Brazil not worried about Zico

Ronaldo is promising to pick up the pace in Brazil's match against Japan on Thursday.

2007

Photo: Ronaldo

'ROBERTOMANÍA' EN TURQUÍA: 60.000 CAMISETAS VENDIDAS

Определились все участники Лиги чемпионов

Сколько стоит «Кубок РЖД»?

2008

Евро-2008. Четвертьфинал. Хиддинк на тропе войны

Евро-2008. Четвертьфинал. РОССИЯ ПОБЕДИЛА ГОЛЛАНДИЮ!!!

2009

Фото: Роналдо на утренней тренировке | Ronaldo. Treino da manhã. Fotos

Бразилия 3-0 Италия. Brazil 3:0 (3:0) Italy. Full time!

BRASIL 3 x 0 ITÁLIA

Фото: Роналдо в раздевалке перед матчем | Ronaldo. Vestiário antes de Corinthians x São Paulo. Fotos

"Коринтианс" 3:1 "Сан-Паулу". "Corinthians" 3:1 "San Paulo". Full time!

Фото: Роналдо против Сан-Паулу | Ronaldo v "San Paulo". Photos.

Удар Роналдо по воротам | Ronaldo dribla André Dias, arrisca de longe e assusta, aos 9 do 2º tempo

Brasil e Itália antecipam clima de Copa do Mundo na África do Sul

Brasil atropelou a Itália

O jogo

Timão derrota São Paulo e sobe para quinto lugar no Brasileiro

Para Mano, resultado foi fundamental para planejamento

Coruja, Nélio Nazário elogia filho Ronaldo

Силвиньо покинет "Барселону"

Кубок Конфедераций. Италия – Бразилия

Бразилия vs Италия: история противостояния

Сборная Бразилии разгромила Италию на Кубке Конфедерации

Определились все полуфиналисты Кубка Конфедераций по футболу

"Атлетику Минейру" вышел на чистое первое место

Папа Роналдо, Нелио Назарио, похвалил сына

2010

Фотографии Роналдо - Galerias de Fotos: Treino da manhã

Гандбол по-бразильски

Диего Марадона: «Это была рука Фабиано, а не Бога»

2011

Настоящий Роналдо - легенда и пример

2014

Klose iguala a Ronaldo: 15 goles en la Copa del Mundo

Клозе сравнился с Роналдо: 15 голов забитых на Чемпионатах Мира

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20/05/2004
The 1998 World Cup Final
 BRAZIL v FRANCE

Sunday, July 12th, 1998

Jules Rimet's dream of seeing his nation win the competition he created 68 years ago has finally come true. France emphatically overpowered the defending champions to win 3-0 with style, grace and a bit of the French "je ne sais quoi".

The host nation reached the final of the France '98 having conceded just 2 goals confirming their place as a team with one of the best defences in the world. And on July 12th, in their own back-yard, in their first ever World Cup final, there was no way France was going to allow a shot to penetrate through, not even with Ronaldo and Brazil as their opponents.

France outplayed Brazil from start to finish. Two first half goals from playmaker Zinedine Zidane all but took the game beyond the South Americans' reach. There was little passion and aggressiveness in Brazil's attacks, no Samba beat heard as their hands slowly but surely drifted away from the trophy. Even Ronaldo couldn't bring back the magic that had departed so rapidly after confident performances in the earlier rounds. The final goal in the final minute of play in the final final of this century ended one dream and fulfilled another.

France showed they meant business by attacking from the start, Zidane a threat from kick-off to final whistle. In the 3rd minute of play he set up Stephane Guivarc'h who was stopped by Junior Baiano before he could take a shot. Three minutes later, after being set up by Zidane's free-kick, Youri Djorkaeff headed the ball just over the bar.

After 20 minutes, hero of the semi-final, Lilian Thuram, charged down the right flank before crossing to Guivarc'h who then headed the ball to Djorkaeff. But a well-timed clearance by Aldair averted the danger.

Ronaldo's first real say of the game came in the 22nd minute when he raced down the left side, bringing Thuram with him. His eventual cross caused French 'keeper Fabien Barthez trouble but he still managed to keep the ball from crossing the line.

Brazil continued to press forward and Barthez was again was forced into action after a corner from Leonardo was headed powerfully towards the goal by Rivaldo. Barthez had to make the save dead on the line.

France settled back into their rhythm and took control of the pace again. Zidane connected to Emmanuel Petit's corner, conceded by Roberto Carlos, and fiercely headed the ball in at the near post to give France the well-earned lead.

But Brazil went for the quick come-back. Ronaldo provided the Brazilians a scare on the half-hour mark when he collided with Barthez after chasing a long ball. But after a check-up he was fine and continued playing. Throughout the match, Ronaldo was not his usual self, lacking his much-needed spark, inspiration and creativeness that had helped lift Brazil in the past.

French defender Frank Leboeuf, in for the suspended Laurent Blanc, made a great interception when Bebeto tried to play to Ronaldo. Leonardo's free-kick six minutes before the break was headed towards the target by Bebeto but again the now more-than-reliable Barthez was there for the save.

Guivarc'h missed the best opportunity of the half when he was put clean through thanks to a long pass from Thuram. But his shot from 15-yards out had little power behind it, allowing Taffarel to parry the ball away. His screamer of a miss might have hurt France had Brazil equalised, but just before the break with another header from another corner, Zidane scored his second goal of the tournament and the final to make it 2-0.

Brazil, shocked from the outcome of the first half, brought on Denilson for Leonardo. The change seemed to lift the team as they gained more of the possession after the restart.

Roberto Carlos looked to have set-up Ronaldo for Brazil's first goal of the match when the striker latched onto the cross and outplayed Guivarc'h to shoot from ten-yards out. But Barthez stood his ground to make yet another great save.

Brazil continued to advance. Bebeto picked up the loose ball in the 59th minute when Barthez fumbled an attempt to catch a cross. But this time Marcel Desailly was there to block the shot just in front of the goal-line.

France soon returned to their attacking mode. In the 63rd minute, Guivarc'h missed yet another clear chance when, unmarked, he picked up a long ball from Leboeuf, but with only Taffarel to beat he drove the volley over the bar. Coach Aime Jacquet had had enough and shortly after Guivarc'h was replaced by Dugarry.

Two minutes later France found themselves a man down when Desailly was sent off for his second bookable offence after a late challenge on Cafu.

The tables turned and Brazil tried once again to penetrate France's resilient defence. A cross from Cafu twenty minutes from time was met by Denilson whose volley flew high over the bar. But as time ticked away it soon became clear that Brazil were not even going to grab a consolation goal as France came closer to their first ever World Cup title.

Perhaps the change from Guivarc'h to Dugarry wasn't so inspired after all, because in the 82nd minute the subsitute also missed a clear-cut chance for France to seal the victory. After a sweet one-two with Zidane, Dugarry was clear through but his shot, needing just to pass Taffarel, went woefully wide.

In the final minute of play Denilson came close to halving the deficit when his left-footed shot just skimmed over the cross-bar.

But Petit assured a French victory after he blasted a pass from his Arsenal team-mate Patrick Vieira beyond a diving Taffarel's reach to make in 3-0 in injury time.

France are the 1998 World Champions. Chants of "Merci Mémé" were heard as the home crowd praised the French coach Aimé Jacquet.

Captain Didier Deschamps lifted the trophy, signifying the start of a new era in French football and the end of the 1998 World Cup.

France's first task as World Champions will be to try and qualify for the 2000 European Championship and of course in 2002, just a sweet four years away, they will be invited to defend their World Cup title in Japan and South Korea.

Merci France, et à bientôt.


Match Stats:

Brazil:
Claudio Taffarel; Cafu, Aldair, Júnior Baiano, Roberto Carlos; Leonardo (Denilson, 46th), Cesar Sampaio (Edmundo, 74th), Dunga, Rivaldo; Ronaldo, Bebeto.
Coach: Mario Jorge Lobo Zagallo

France:
Fabien Barthez; Lilian Thuram; Frank Leboeuf, Marcel Desailly, Bixente Lizarazu; Christian Karembeu (Alain Boghossian, 57th), Didier Deschamps, Zinedine Zidane, Emmanuel Petit; Youri Djorkaeff (Patrick Vieira, 76th), Stephane Guivarc'h (Christophe Dugarry, 65th).
Coach: Aimé Jacquet

Scorers:
France - Zidane (27, 45), Petit (90)

Yellow Cards:
Brazil - Júnior Baiano
France - Deschamps, Desailly (2), Karembeu

Red Card:
France - Desailly

Referee:
Said Belqola (Morocco)

Linesmen:
Achmat Salie (South Africa), Mark Warren (England)

Match Details:
Goal Attempts - Brazil 12, France 14
Shots On Target - Brazil 6, France 5
Offsides - Brazil 5, France 3
Fouls - Brazil 15, France 13

 

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