Soccer is the most popular sports in the world. Soccer is a sport played outdoor on a rectangular field. There are 11 player for each team, each match must have 2 teams to play the sport. The playing either have forward, midfield, defensive and goalkeeper. The aim of the game is to score the goal, which achieved by kicking or heading the ball to the opponent team goal. I like soccer because the game so interested to play and watch it too. Have many supported in the game, so the game can make us become united become one. Soccer become more interested when the team we a supported score a many goal and won the match.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Rising Liverpool star Jordon Ibe mustered a superb solo effort to equalise against a spirited Malaysia XI side on Friday (Jul 24) and salvage a draw as the Reds wrapped up an unbeaten Asia summer tour.
The 19-year-old winger, who has impressed during the Asia swing, took on three players before lashing the ball in from just inside the box in the 28th minute.
Liverpool struggled to get into a rhythm throughout the match despite summer signing James Milner and new captain Jordan Henderson pulling the strings to create several chances for the Reds. But Ibe repeatedly tormented his markers down Liverpool's right - he had two penalty claims turned down in the first 45 minutes - possibly burnishing his chances to replace Raheem Sterling, who joined Manchester City last week.
The Reds had won their three earlier matches against the Thai All Stars in Bangkok, and in Australia against the Brisbane Roar and Adelaide United.
The Malaysian XI squad started with five foreigners, and one of them - Liberian international striker Patrick Wleh, who goes by his middle name Ronaldinho - shocked the Reds by putting the hosts ahead in the 13th minute. Wleh capitalised on some shoddy defending to collect a through ball, scoring with a lob over Adam Bogdan.
The scoreless second half saw Liverpool labouring to create chances but with little actual menace.