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Spain vs. USA

Spain vs. USA

 
Visitors to Tahiti will witness first-hand the potential pitch ‘sandstorm’ in this year’s FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup. The Pacific island will play host to dozens of matches slated to underscore displays from different national teams across the globe. On September 19, USA and Spain will have their turn to demonstrate their abilities in the sand. Casual spectators, avid fans, analysts, and online bookies will all be focusing on both sides’ predatory faculties to see how this match will turn out.
 
From 2005 to 2007, the US beach soccer team were raging magnificent in the FIFA tournament. They were also regional giants, successfully bagging the top title in the 2006 CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship. However, their momentum was progressively put on peril after failing to make impression in the seasons outside that time bracket. Today, the American squad are making a smooth comeback in the competition, with their victory in the 2013 CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship providing them ticket to this year’s world competition. With the likes of Francis Farberoff and Mario Andrew Chimienti helping goal machine Nick Perera win scores for the side, the US can expect a sunny future ahead.
 
Spain are major beach soccer monsters in the European zone, having won the top continental titles for eight non-consecutive times. However, their presence on the global scene has barely been felt, with their best finish in the World Cup only at the fourth place in 2008. Their admission to this year’s tournament was brought by their 2012 triumph over the European title, and the side are stockpiling all their efforts to make a major impact in their stint in Tahiti. The Spanish squad have had major improvements in their ensemble as well, with veterans and young but talented players carpeting their floor.
 
Both the US and Spain have suffered shortcomings in the years past but are now ready to unleash massive retaliation. For this match, Spain might have the greater capacity to net more goals but the US will try really hard to convert opportunities into scores.
 
Predicted winners: Spain
 
 
Spain | Image source: beachsoccer.com

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