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Re: World Cup 2010 South Africa

Post by observateur on Sun Jun 13, 2010 9:06 am

Apakah england akan mengulangi reputasinya di kempen world cup sebelum2 ini?

Overhype under-achievers...

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Post by atreyudevil on Sun Jun 13, 2010 9:28 am

england overrated aaa Obs!

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Post by observateur on Sun Jun 13, 2010 9:31 am

atreyudevil wrote:england overrated aaa Obs!

heheh... kalo don fabio gagal gak, buleh kensel terus nama england neh (daripada senarai pasukan tersohor)....
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Post by powerw00t on Sun Jun 13, 2010 10:05 am

England ni gah pada pemain2 impot kat kelab2 dorang, bila dah semua takde mewakili negara masing2, dia dah mula rapuh. Dgn US yg sukan utama dorang not the 'foot based' pun cuma boleh draw aja.
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Post by observateur on Sun Jun 13, 2010 10:13 am

powerw00t wrote:England ni gah pada pemain2 impot kat kelab2 dorang, bila dah semua takde mewakili negara masing2, dia dah mula rapuh. Dgn US yg sukan utama dorang not the 'foot based' pun cuma boleh draw aja.

tu yg aku heran... apsal media banyak publicisekan dema? macam bagus sangat je...
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Re: World Cup 2010 South Africa

Post by atreyudevil on Sun Jun 13, 2010 5:58 pm

Power of media depa kuat dan establish.
1/2 Pundit dlm dunia nih mmg british mari, jadi mmg overrated aa
Spanish media orang mmg tau kuat main kotor!

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Post by venez on Sun Jun 13, 2010 6:09 pm

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Re: World Cup 2010 South Africa

Post by samuraisan on Sun Jun 13, 2010 7:09 pm

Very Happy Blitzkrieg....Deutschland
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Re: World Cup 2010 South Africa

Post by atreyudevil on Sun Jun 13, 2010 10:04 pm

Algeria 0 - 1 Slovenia


Chaouchi gifts Slovenia win



Algeria goalkeeper Faouzi Chaouchi followed Robert Green's lead as he gifted Slovenia a win that sees them go top of Group C. Robert Koren's speculative shot from 25 yards was let into the net by Chaouchi in the 80th minute in a game that offered precious little excitement.

Less than 24 hours after England's Green had let Clint Dempsey's shot slip from his grasp in the 1-1 draw in the group's opening, Chaouchi produced a similar howler.
Slovenia captain and former West Brom midfielder Koren's 25-yard shot was not particularly venomous but the Algeria goalkeeper allowed it to bounce up off his shoulder and into the net.
Only moments before that the Africans had been reduced to ten men when substitute Abdelkader Ghezzal's needless handball resulted in a second yellow card.
The win puts Slovenia top of the fledgling table and with a chance of qualifying for the knockout stages, an unlikely scenario before the tournament kicked off.
On this evidence it would seem unlikely either nation will cause Group C's 'big two' any problems but, as has so often been the case in the past, England have an unwelcome habit of stumbling over hard-working and resolute teams. And both Algeria and Slovenia reached the World Cup with play-off victories over Egypt and Russia, countries supposedly superior to them.
Portsmouth defender Nadir Belhadj presented an early threat when he forced Slovenia goalkeeper Samir Handanovic to tip over a third-minute curling free-kick from the edge of the penalty area. It was a rare moment of quality in a half littered with errors as both sides needlessly gave the ball away.
Valter Birsa's inswinging free-kick from the right touchline forced Chaouchi to punch clear Slovenia's first real chance in the 21st minute.
Algeria striker Rafik Djebbour was lucky to escape punishment after appearing to deliberately catch centre-back Marko Suler in the face with his shoulder on the half-hour. But Aleksandar Radosavljevic was booked by referee Carlos Batres for barging over Belhadj as he attempted to break down the left.
The resulting free kick signalled a few minutes of sustained pressure which ended with centre-back Rafik Halliche heading wide Algeria's best opportunity from Karim Ziani's corner.
Just before the interval Karim Matmour's left-foot half-volley flew narrowly over the crossbar at one end while Chaouchi had to acrobatically tip over Birsa's long-range effort at the other.
Both teams changed their strikers early in the second half; Slovenia sending on Zlatan Ljubijankic for the ineffective Zlatko Dedic and Algeria replacing Djebbour with Ghezzal.
But Belhadj's delivery remained the most likely weapon to create the breakthrough as Halliche had a free-kick snatched off his forehead by Handanovic.
Rangers centre-back Madjid Bougherra produced a perfectly-timed tackle to deny Milivoje Novakovic just as he was about to shoot 12 yards out.
Algeria's chances of victory diminished considerably in the 73rd minute when Ghezzal, having been booked with seconds of coming on for pulling Suler's shirt, received a second caution for handballing a long punt forward.
Six minutes later Slovenia captain Robert Koren punished the north Africans with a little help from Chaouchi.
The watching Zinedine Zidane, born in France to Algerian parents and considered a hero in the north African country, was not impressed.

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Re: World Cup 2010 South Africa

Post by atreyudevil on Sun Jun 13, 2010 10:06 pm

Serbia 0 - 1 Ghana



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Zdravko Kuzmanovic's stupid handball gifted Ghana a penalty in the final stages, as Serbia fell 1-0 in Group D. Asamoah Gyan netted from the spot, but Serbia were always struggling once Aleksandar Lukovic had been sent off in the 74th minute.

The impressive Gyan, who also hit the post twice for Ghana, fired home from the spot in 84th minute after Kuzmanovic had been adjudged to have handled a cross in the area.
That sealed a closely-fought Group D encounter at Loftus Versfeld stadium and puts Ghana in a promising position to progress through to the knockout phase in their second appearance at the World Cup finals.
For Serbia, who were playing with a man less since the 74th minute following the dismissal of Lukovic, they now have a mountain to climb as they face group favourites Germany in their next match.
The match pitted old friends and fellow Serbians Radomir Antic and Milovan Rajevac against each other on the respective benches of the two sides, and both seemed keen to take the game to their opponents.
Antic's Serbia had the first effort in the first 15 seconds when Marko Pantelic fizzed a 30-yard thunderbolt not too far wide. However, despite the best intentions of both sides, neither goalkeeper was seriously threatened in the first half.
Four-time African champions Ghana looked the more dangerous of the two, but they failed to find the target with their two best opportunities. The first saw Gyan curl a free-kick over from a dangerous position on the edge of the box, then captain John Mensah failed to get a decent connection on a header from a free-kick seven yards out.
Serbia's main threat before the break came from a couple of well-worked set-piece routines, neither featuring the anticipated high ball into the area looking for the head of giant striker Nikola Zigic.
The first saw one training-ground routine pick out the unmarked Pantelic inside the area, but poor control let him down and Ghana could breathe again. The second saw left-back Aleksandar Kolarov opt to go for goal from 30 yards out and the reported Real Madrid target, like Pantelic in the first minute, was not far away from finding the top corner with a well-struck shot.
The first opportunity of the second half should have resulted in the game's opening goal - but Andre Ayew headed wide. Prince Tagoe's cross from the right cleared Serbia centre-back Nemanja Vidic and fell perfectly for Ayew at the far post, but his downward header went wide.
Moments later at the other end Zigic missed a similarly gilt-edged chance for Serbia. Pantelic's cross into the middle picked out his strike partner but the 6ft 7in forward completely miscued his volley from six yards out. That was probably a better opening than Ayew's, and Ghana almost made Zigic pay for his profligacy by nearly taking the lead in the 60th minute.
Gyan climbed above Vidic to reach a long throw-in into the area, and the Rennes player was unfortunate to see his header hit the outside of the near post.
The introduction of experienced midfielder Stephen Appiah in the 72nd minute was well received by the noisy and sizeable contingent of Ghana fans, and they were given further cause for hope two minutes later when Serbia lost Lukovic to a red card.
Lukovic, who had been booked at the start of the period, was shown a second yellow card after pulling back Gyan.
Despite the setback Serbia looked the more dangerous side over the next five minutes. Milos Krasic brought a fine block out of Kingson, Vidic headed over from a corner and Branislav Ivanovic fired over as well.
Ghana survived that spell though, and in the 84th minute they were handed the chance to take the game when Kuzmanovic was adjudged to have handled a cross into the area, earning Rajevac's side a penalty.
Kuzmanovic protested his innocence but the decision stood and Gyan stepped up to slam his spot-kick past Stojkovic, to the delight of the Ghana fans.
Kuzmanovic had a chance to make amends soon after but he blazed over, while man of the match Gyan could have added a second late on but his shot rebounded back off the post.


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Re: World Cup 2010 South Africa

Post by samuraisan on Sun Jun 13, 2010 11:30 pm

cheers ich gratuliere Deutschland.... 4-0.. danke..

best game setakat ni.. puas hati cheers
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Re: World Cup 2010 South Africa

Post by venez on Mon Jun 14, 2010 2:33 am

mmg mantap Germany main smlm, walaupun tersengguk-sengguk tgk... tahniah... so far germany penjaring terbanyak utk peringkat awal nih, hu3

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Post by yaminz on Mon Jun 14, 2010 3:59 am

Go go go Germany... lol! lol! lol!
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Post by innocentti on Mon Jun 14, 2010 4:43 am

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Trasa rugi xtgk smlm, budget kol 10pm rupa nyer dlm kol 2am... Sad Sad Sad
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Post by samuraisan on Mon Jun 14, 2010 6:57 pm

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Re: World Cup 2010 South Africa

Post by atreyudevil on Tue Jun 15, 2010 2:43 am

Italy 1 - 1 Paraguay



Defending champions Italy had to come from behind to salvage a draw in their World Cup Group F opener against Paraguay in Cape Town.

Having played well in the first half at Green Point Stadium the 2006 winners were shocked when Wigan-bound defender Antolin Alcaraz rose to head home a 39th-minute free-kick.
But Italy's blushes were spared as Daniele De Rossi slid in to punish a mistake by Paraguay goalkeeper Justo Villar after 63 minutes and take a point from the match. As expected, Italy coach Marcello Lippi had left Serie A's top goalscorer Antonio Di Natale on the bench, instead selecting Alberto Gilardino with Vincenzo Iaquinta out wide.
Gerardo Martino also opted to leave out his two highest-profile forwards in Benfica's Oscar Cardozo and Manchester City man Roque Santa Cruz. Instead, Borussia Dortmund team-mates Lucas Barrios and Nelson Valdez were deployed in attack.
Claudio Morel had to be alert to stop Simone Pepe pouncing on a dangerous ball at the back post in the sixth minute as Italy set the early pace. Despite some neat passing moves, chances were few and far between.
Paraguay did exert some form of pressure midway through the half with two corners, before Riccardo Montolivo broke forward for Italy but could only hit a meek shot at Villar. In the 22nd minute Aureliano Torres mis-hit a shot which only just bobbled wide of Gianluigi Buffon's goal.
Italy were stunned six minutes before the break when Paraguay went in front from a set-piece. Torres' launched free-kick from deep was perfectly flighted and with Fabio Cannavaro and De Rossi flailing, Alcaraz headed past Buffon.
Buffon was surprisingly substituted at the break, replaced by Cagliari goalkeeper Federico Marchetti having reportedly suffered a back injury.
Enrique Vera had two sighters for Paraguay while Pepe missed with a spectacular bicycle kick attempt and Montolivo's weak shot was easily saved. Martino sent on midfielder Jonathan Santana for Torres while Lippi sacrificed Marchisio for Mauro Camoranesi to go 4-4-2 shortly before the hour mark.
Victor Caceres was booked for a late slide on Montolivo before Italy finally made the pressure tell to go level. Villar horribly missed Pepe's corner from the left, allowing a delighted De Rossi to simply stab the ball home.
Italy had a penalty shout denied by Mexican Benito Archundia when Montolivo went down under a robust shoulder challenge from Paulo Da Silva before, at the other end, Barrios found Santana who dragged his shot off target.
Santa Cruz was given his chance in the 68th minute when he came on for Valdez before Camoranesi was booked for a foul on Vera. Di Natale finally got his opportunity in the 72nd minute when he replaced Gilardino while Cardozo also had a taste when he came on for Barrios.
Good work from Di Natale set up Udinese team-mate Pepe for a half-decent shot while, at the opposite end, Cannavaro blocked a Santa Cruz header.
Montolivo did threaten with an 83rd minute long-range effort which brought out the best in Villar, who sprawled low to his right to save, but Italy were unable to complete the turnaround by snatching a winner.

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Post by observateur on Tue Jun 15, 2010 2:52 am

samuraisan wrote:cheers hooreeyyy Nippon Ichiban.. banzaiiii alien

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samuraisan wrote:cheers hooreeyyy Nippon Ichiban.. banzaiiii alien

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Brazil 2 - 1 North Korea

Brazil see off brave Koreans



Brazil began their quest for a sixth world crown with victory over North Korea at Ellis Park but it was far from a vintage display from Dunga's men against hard-working opposition.

The Koreans, ranked 85th in the world, kept Brazil at bay for 55 minutes until Maicon's cross-cum-shot swerved in at the near post and the three points were assured by a rare moment of magic as Robinho laid a second goal on a plate for former Manchester City team-mate Elano, although Ji Yun-nam gave them a late scare by halving the deficit.
The win took Brazil top of Group G, above Portugal and the Ivory Coast, but they did not look particularly convincing in living up to their tag of joint World Cup favourites alongside Spain.
The North Koreans were the first to have a shot on target after 10 minutes when Japan-born striker Jong Tae-se bustled past two markers and drilled in a left-footed shot which Julio Cesar was able to gather.
Brazil were dominating possession but struggling to pick the final pass and the Koreans were not purely sitting back as Cha Jong-hyok got forward to blast a left-footed shot wide after 15 minutes.
The South Americans threatened when Luis Fabiano slotted the ball through to Robinho in the box. The forward, on loan at Santos from Manchester City, was able to make room for a shot but North Korea goalkeeper Ri Myong-guk got well behind it.
The lack of genuine width seemed to be causing Brazil problems as North Korea's five-man defence ganged up on Kaka, Luis Fabiano, Robinho and Elano in a congested attacking third and Kim Jong-hun's team were content to burst forward in small numbers on the break.
Goalkeeper Ri parried away a Maicon drive at his near post in the 28th minute which was Brazil's best effort up to that point.
The North Koreans were making a fight of it and, following a corner, Pak Chol-jin cut the ball back from the right to Ri Kwang-chon but the defender scuffed a presentable shooting chance wide from 25 yards.
Not much was going Brazil's way as Michel Bastos' shot deflected off Pak Chol-jin and looped over the crossbar with Hungarian referee Viktor Kassai wrongly awarding a goal-kick, and Ri Kwang-chon made a vital header clear under pressure from Luis Fabiano as the half ended goalless, against all the odds.
The second half started in much the same vein as the first had ended as North Korea, to borrow Jose Mourinho's phrase, "parked the bus'' on the edge of the box and Brazil struggled to find a way through.
Michel Bastos blasted a free-kick wide from just outside the box in the 51st minute after Pak Chol-jin was penalised for a foul on Kaka. The Real Madrid star then chested the ball down for Robinho to shoot from 26 yards but his right-footed effort was again wayward.
The goal finally came on 55 minutes when Elano played the ball into the box for the overlapping Maicon and his shot beat Ri at the near post, with the goalkeeper seemingly expecting the Inter Milan full-back to cut the ball back rather than shoot.
Ri fisted clear another long-range drive from Michel Bastos and, as North Korea committed more men forward, they left gaps. On one counter-attack Robinho found Luis Fabiano, who beat defender Ri Jun-il in the box but blasted a left-footed shot over.
Brazil added a second in the 72nd minute and it was a thing of beauty as Robinho slipped a perfect through-ball to Elano advancing into the box on the right and the Galatasaray man made no mistake with a cool side-footed finish. The goalscorer was immediately substituted, with Dani Alves coming on.
Villarreal forward Nilmar, on for Kaka, drove in a right-footed shot which Ri gathered at the second attempt with 12 minutes left and he also had to field a Felipe Melo effort shortly afterwards.
Juan had to make a last-ditch tackle to deny Jong a late chance and Ji then burst through to score, sparking a wild celebration, although the points remained with Brazil.

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Post by atreyudevil on Wed Jun 16, 2010 2:26 am

Ivory Coast 0 - 0 Portugal

Cristiano Ronaldo was denied by the woodwork as Portugal and Ivory Coast had to make do with a point apiece in Port Elizabeth.



Ronaldo, who has not scored an international goal in 16 months, rattled a post with a blistering early strike, but that was as close as his side came to snatching victory on a frustrating afternoon at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
Even Didier Drogba's arrival as a second-half substitute, to the delight of a crowd of 37,034, could not separate the sides as each attempted to gain the upper hand in Group G ahead of their respective encounters with Brazil.
Ivory Coast boss Sven-Goran Eriksson was boosted ahead of kick-off when he was able to name captain Drogba among his substitutes just 10 days after he had broken a bone in his arm.
The Swede could not have failed to be satisfied too by the time he welcomed his players back to the dressing room at half-time with an opening 45 minutes in which they had more than matched their opponents.
However, for all that, they could have been behind after Ronaldo saw his spectacular 30-yard strike come back off the upright with keeper Boubacar Barry beaten just 11 minutes in.
In a frustrating first half for the European side, Ronaldo was booked along with defender Guy Demel as they went nose to nose after the winger had gone to ground all too easily, with Demel and Didier Zokora, who had himself earlier been cautioned for unceremoniously upending the Real Madrid star, leaving him in little doubt as to their thoughts on the matter.
But where he was Portugal's only real outlet with Danny and Liedson largely anonymous in a three-man frontline, Ivory Coast showed real enterprise before the break.
Gervinho, leading the line in Drogba's absence, proved a real handful, and with Aruna Dindane and Salomon Kalou similarly progressive, the Portuguese were repeatedly stretched.
That said, keeper Eduardo did not have a single save of any note to make in the opening 45 minutes with speculative efforts from Siaka Tiene and Ismael Tiote requiring only a watching brief.
Eduardo finally had to get his hands dirty two minutes after the restart when Gervinho blasted a shot across him, and Paulo Ferreira did just enough to prevent Kalou from reaching Dindane's cross seconds later.
The Braga keeper was called upon once again with 54 minutes gone when Yaya Toure cut inside at pace and fed Kalou, although the Chelsea man side-footed straight at Eduardo from the edge of the box.
Portugal coach Carlos Queiroz immediately replaced Danny with winger Simao, but it was Deco who provided the 58th-minute cross for Liedson's looping header, which was plucked out of the air by Barry.
Drogba's World Cup began in earnest when he replaced Kalou with 66 minutes gone, but with heavy rain falling, it was Portugal who finished the stronger, although crucially, without coming close to making the breakthrough.

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Re: World Cup 2010 South Africa

Post by powerw00t on Wed Jun 16, 2010 3:52 am

Semalam terbaca metro, FIFA nak menyiasat kenapa stadium banyak kosong bagi beberapa perlawanan yg sepatutnya world punya event perkara mcm tu tak boleh terjadi ... agaknya penonton hanya datang utk tengok team/game peberet aja. Kalo buat kat Msia, garenti hancus agaknya.

Mat salleh punya semangat kesukanan cukup tinggi, sukan yg ntah apa2 ntah pun patron ramai.
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Post by innocentti on Wed Jun 16, 2010 4:20 am

ronaldo sesuai masuk paskal..pakar dalam bidang diving.. Laughing
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Post by atreyudevil on Wed Jun 16, 2010 8:01 pm

Hahahaha.

byk orang kalah judi Spain kalah

hahaha


serius la, waktu Euro dlu aku nak carik member yg sokong Spain punya lah susah pasal Spain lama tak menang major tournament.

Skrg byk lak, naik menyampah aku!

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