Argentina regained the UFWC title for the first time in almost two years courtesy of a first-half Lionel Messi penalty in this narrow World Cup qualifier win over Chile. It was Argentina’s 62nd UFWC title match win. Argentina must now defend their title as Unofficial Football World Champions against Bolivia in La Paz.Read More...
|ARGENTINA||SINCE 23/03/2017||DEFEATED CHILE|
* = won on penalties. + = click for match report.
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Chile retained the UFWC title and remain unofficial football world champions after this win over Iceland in the inaugural China Cup final. The four-team tournament, played at the Guangxi Sports Center in Nanning, had already seen China beat Croatia to finish in third place. Angelo Sagal’s first-half goal was enough to give Chile the win.Read More...
Chile defeated Croatia on penalties in this unusual China Cup game to retain the UFWC title and remain unofficial football world champions. Both sides fielded unfamiliar teams in Nanning, but the game was classified as an “A” international, and therefore a UFWC title match. The inaugural China Cup tournament also features Iceland and China. Iceland beat China yesterday, so Chile and Iceland will face each other in the China Cup final on Sunday.Read More...