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Re: World Cup 2010 South Africa

Post by venez on Sun Jul 11, 2010 3:54 am

tahniah Germany...

Uruguay - 2

* Edinson CAVANI (28')URU:GER - Edinson CAVANI (URU)
* Diego FORLAN (51')GER:URU - Diego FORLAN (URU)

Germany - 3

* Thomas MUELLER (19')URU:GER - Thomas MUELLER (GER)
* Marcell JANSEN (56')URU:GER - Marcell JANSEN (GER)
* Sami KHEDIRA (82')URU:GER - Sami KHEDIRA (GER)

Germany took bronze for the fourth time at the FIFA World Cup™ after beating Uruguay 3-2 in an entertaining play-off for third place. Sami Khedira got the winning goal with eight minutes remaining as Joachim Low's side repeated their success in this same match four years ago.

There was no shortage of goals as the rain came teeming down in Port Elizabeth with both sides eager to conclude impressive campaigns on a winning note. Thomas Muller and Edinson Cavani traded first half efforts before Diego Forlan and Marcell Jansen did likewise within ten minutes of the restart. Yet it was Germany who came out on top and, in the process, South Africa 2010's leading scorers reached the 16-goal mark, surpassing their total at Italy 1990, albeit falling one short of their tally in 1970, when they also pipped Uruguay to the bronze medal.

For two of the scorers, Muller and Forlan, their strikes took them to five for the tournament, level with David Villa and Wesley Sneijder at the top of the adidas Golden Boot standings. Forlan will rue the injury-time free-kick against the crossbar that denied him a sixth goal, while Miroslav Klose's absence with a back injury left him rooted on five too.

Both teams featured changed lineups after their semi-final losses. Germany coach Joachim Low went for a wholly new forward line from that which began against Spain with starting roles for the trio of Muller, Cacau and Jansen. Further back Dennis Aogo came in for Philipp Lahm and goalkeeper Hans-Jorg Butt for Manuel Neuer. As for Uruguay, they welcomed back captain Diego Lugano from injury together with Jorge Fucile and Luis Suarez, both suspended for last Tuesday's defeat by the Netherlands.

Muller made his mark early with his fifth goal in South Africa. The 20-year-old had already had one effort ruled out for offside when he fired Low’s side ahead in the 19th minute. Bastian Schweinsteiger sent in a shot from 30 yards that goalkeeper Diego Muslera, seemingly deceived by the swerve and dip, parried straight to Muller who had an easy task to score. A German breakthrough was hardly a surprise given by that stage they had also seen Arne Friedrich head a Mesut Ozil corner against the crossbar yet Oscar Tabarez's side soon responded.

Uruguay threatened in the 25th minute when Per Mertesacker got a block on Forlan's far-post header. Four minutes later, though, they had their equaliser from a swift counter. Diego Perez dispossessed Schweinsteiger just inside the Celeste half with a powerful challenge and fed Suarez who played in Cavani down the inside left-channel. The Palermo striker took one touch before prodding a low finish into the bottom corner. Suarez should then have put Uruguay ahead three minutes before the break when Forlan picked out his diagonal run but bearing down on Butt's goal from the right, he arrowed his shot wide of the far post.

Futher changes went begging moments after the restart when Butt saved at Cavani's feet and then got a hand to Suarez’s shot on the follow-up. Butt was left helpless when Forlan made it 2-1 after 51 minutes, however. The Atletico Madrid striker connected acrobatically with Egidio Arevalo's cross on the edge of the box, sending the ball into the rain-sodden turf and back up past Butt. Yet the lead lasted only five minutes before Muslera missed Jerome Boateng's deep cross and Jansen headed home.

The game was now wide open as both teams chased a third goal. Butt kept out a flying strike from Suarez and came out to save at the feet of Forlan. At the other end Muslera beat away a shot from Germany substitute Stefan Kiessling, who missed two other inviting chances. The winning goal, when it came, followed an Ozil corner. The ball bounced off Friedrich and then Lugano before rising fortuitously to Khedira who headed home.

p/s : Thomas MUELLER dipilih FIFA sbg man of the match

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Post by atreyudevil on Sun Jul 11, 2010 4:53 am

Tomas Mueller main mmg tara hal laa.

tp sian laka ku tgk Forlan punya last free kick dia tersasar, kalo tak mesti equalize

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Post by venez on Sun Jul 11, 2010 4:39 pm

mlm nih ingat nak tgk bola tapi esok pagi ada briefing plak, ngantuk2... belasah jerk ler... jom tgk bola, he3

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Post by atreyudevil on Sun Jul 11, 2010 5:29 pm

hehehe jom jom!

Ven, RvP sama Cecs ada main woo malam nih.
Aku all the way holland tp kalau walaupun Rvp kne Subs,

tp bila RvP subs dan Cecs masuk, aku sokong skit laa Espana!

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Post by samuraisan on Sun Jul 11, 2010 6:16 pm

Very Happy Salah satu pasukan menang jaring GOL dua2 aku sorak cheers

Harap2 permainan bagus di Persembahkan kedua2 pasukan..

Go Go Go Oranje & Espana cheers
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Post by tj on Sun Jul 11, 2010 9:20 pm

x tahan dah mata ni,nak tunggu 2.30 ni..
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Re: World Cup 2010 South Africa

Post by samuraisan on Mon Jul 12, 2010 12:13 am

Very Happy hak3 The Winner is Paul de Sotong hak3 alien

kenapalah tak German bukan Spain

Gratz Espana sunny
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Post by zulupapa on Mon Jul 12, 2010 3:43 am

Tahniah buat Tema Pilihan Kedua pak long Spain yang muncul menjadi Juara Piala Dunia kali pertama dan juga buat 1st team pak long Germany yang dpt tempat ke tiga .... jumpa lagi di Brazil 2014
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Post by yaminz on Mon Jul 12, 2010 4:36 am

Yeahhh, congratulation to Germany... 2014, aims for champion... lol! lol! lol!
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Post by zanmas on Mon Jul 12, 2010 8:24 am

yahuuuuuuuuuuuu...bagos2..yahuuuuu...yahuuuuuu....makcik kayo.......tenkyu spain......

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Post by atreyudevil on Mon Jul 12, 2010 9:19 am

Netherlands 0 - 1 Spain



Iniesta sinks Dutch with late strike

In a game when a record number of yellow cards were given and John Heitinga was sent off in extra-time, both sides missed great chances from Arjen Robben and Cesc Fabregas, but Andres Iniesta netted in the 116th minute to give European champions Spain their first World Cup title.

Iniesta struck with four minutes remaining to settle a tetchy encounter and crown Spain world champions, while Netherlands were left to rue Robben's missed opportunity to open the scoring in normal time.
The game will be noted for the flurry of cards - 14 in all - starting in the 14th minute when Howard Webb booked Robin van Persie.
Pretty soon combative midfield duo Mark van Bommel and Nigel de Jong joined him for challenges - a late lunge on Joan Capdevila and a kung fu kick on Xabi Alonso respectively - that could easily have ended their evening.
That Wesley Sneijder was not even cautioned for a similarly woeful attempt at stopping Pedro could only be put down to either Webb being unsighted or the Dutch playmaker diverting attention by claiming to be injured himself.
Spain were not complete innocents in all of this, but it was the European Champions who were feeling most aggrieved, which only intensified when Webb did not see a niggly second-half challenge from Van Bommel that sparked a reaction from Barcelona playmaker Iniesta.
It certainly made for unsightly viewing at times, but Vicente del Bosque's side did play some exquisite passing football at times, with Xavi and Iniesta helping Spain dominate possession. The best first-half chance fell to Sergio Ramos but his header from Xavi's cross was palmed away superbly by Maarten Stekelenburg.
Netherlands struggled to get into the game but in the second-half were handed a golden opportunity to take the lead; Spain skipper Iker Casillas making a quite brilliant save to deny Robben after the former Chelsea star had been set free by Sneijder.
Robben must have thought he had done everything right. Running at pace - past a stranded Carles Puyol - until he saw the whites of Casillas' eyes, he shaped to go one way, then placed his shot to the other corner. Casillas was committed in the other direction but stuck out a leg and turned the effort wide.
It was by some distance the best opportunity of the regulation 90 minutes, although Ramos had another decent opening himself heading umarked over the bar.
Robben threatened to sprint through again, only to be denied by Casillas, but losing possession did not come before Puyol had made a desperate grab for the Bayern Munich winger, who was convinced the Barcelona defender should have been sent off.
On as a substitute, with a point to prove after mustering the grand total of 93 minutes prior to tonight, Arsenal's Cesc Fabregas twice came close to breaking the deadlock in extra-time, when Xavi also had a penalty claim turned down.
John Heitinga was sent off for his second yellow card when he pulled back Iniesta, giving Spain the man advantage, yet the Dutch held firm and looked like taking the tie to penalties.
However, Spain were not to be denied. Fabregas slotted it through to Iniesta and after one touch to control it, his second was a crisp volley past Stekelenburg.
Del Bosque's side held on and the final whistle saw euphoric scenes as Spain's ecstatic players celebrated an inaugural World Cup triumph.

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