Saturday, July 3, 2010

Germany - Argentina World Cup 2010 Highlights (3 July 2010)


RESULTS
Match 59 - Quarter-finals - 3 July 2010
Argentina 0:4 (0:1) Germany


MULLER (3')


KOLSE (68',89')


FRIEDRICH (74')
Summary
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Playlist of Highlights



Germany - Argentina World Cup 2010 Highlights (3 July 2010)
Germany crashed Argentina 4 : 0 (1 : 0) in spectacular style
and cruising forward towards the semi-finals of Word Cup.




Argentina [0-4] Germany All goals & Highlights 2010


RESULTS
Match 59 - Quarter-finals - 3 July 2010
Argentina 0:4 (0:1) Germany


MULLER (3')


KOLSE (68',89')


FRIEDRICH (74')
Summary
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Playlist of Highlights



Argentina [0-4] Germany All goals & Highlights 2010




Argentina vs Germany 0-4 Full hihglights & Goals world cup 2010


RESULTS
Match 59 - Quarter-finals - 3 July 2010
Argentina 0:4 (0:1) Germany


MULLER (3')


KOLSE (68',89')


FRIEDRICH (74')
Summary
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Playlist of Highlights



Argentina vs Germany 0-4 Full hihglights & Goals world cup 2010




Argentina Vs Germany (0-4) All goals & full Highlights July 3 2010


RESULTS
Match 59 - Quarter-finals - 3 July 2010
Argentina 0:4 (0:1) Germany


MULLER (3')


KOLSE (68',89')


FRIEDRICH (74')
Summary
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Playlist of Highlights



Argentina Vs Germany (0-4) All goals & full Highlights July 3 2010




Playlists Highlights Argentina 0 : 4 Germany - 2010 FIFA World Cup (3 July 2010)


RESULTS
Match 59 - Quarter-finals - 3 July 2010
Argentina 0:4 (0:1) Germany


MULLER (3')


KOLSE (68',89')


FRIEDRICH (74')
Summary
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Playlist of Highlights





Highlight # 1
Argentina Vs Germany (0-4) All goals & full Highlights July 3 2010





Highlight # 2
Argentina vs Germany 0-4 Full hihglights & Goals world cup 2010





Highlight # 3
Argentina vs Germany 0-4 Full hihglights & Goals world cup 2010





Highlight # 4
Germany - Argentina World Cup 2010 Highlights (3 July 2010)


Summary Argentina 0 : 4 Germany - 2010 FIFA World Cup ( 3 July 2010 )


RESULTS
Match 59 - Quarter-finals - 3 July 2010
Argentina 0:4 (0:1) Germany


MULLER (3')


KOLSE (68',89')


FRIEDRICH (74')
Summary
|
Playlist of Highlights


Summary Argentina vs Germany - 2010 FIFA World Cup (3 July 2010)

Germany are through to the semi-finals after producing another masterful performance to beat Argentina 4-0 at Cape Town’s Green Point Stadium. Diego Maradona’s Albiceleste came into this match with high hopes of avenging their quarter-final defeat in 2006 but they ultimately had no answer to a slick, powerful German side who will now face either Spain or Paraguay in the last four.

Games as eagerly-anticipated as this one often disappoint, but this particular encounter took just three minutes to catch fire as Joachim Low's side snatched an early advantage. Bastian Schweinsteiger provided the assist with a superbly judged inswinging free-kick, and with Sergio Romero caught in no man’s land, Thomas Muller applied the slightest of headed touches to flick the ball into the net. It was Germany’s 200th FIFA World Cup™ goal, their fastest in 32 years and the quickest so far at South Africa 2010. The only downside for Low’s side was that it left Argentina with 87 minutes to respond.

However, it was the Germans who continued to carve out the better chances, with Miroslav Klose - winning his 100th cap – firing wastefully over from the edge of the box after some outstanding, unselfish set-up play from Muller. Argentina attempted to grab a foothold, with Angel Di Maria and Gonzalo Higuain creating decent shooting positions, but on each occasion Manuel Neuer proved equal to their goal-bound efforts.

Nevertheless, as the match wore on, La Albiceleste relied increasingly on speculative long-range efforts, with the subdued Lionel Messi firing over just before the break and Di Maria missing the left-hand post by a matter of inches with a ferociously-struck 25-yard drive. Germany also remained a constant threat on the break, and Podolski – who had earlier come close to scoring himself – was to lead the counter-attack that provided Low’s team with their all-important second goal.

With the second half reaching its midway point, the Cologne forward broke clear on the left and, from a position where he would have been forgiven for shooting, he instead squared intelligently for Klose to tap home from inside the six yard box. The goal left Argentina with little option but to throw men forward, and with Diego Maradona’s side over-committed, Germany proceeded to pick them off on the break.

Within six minutes of Klose making it two, Arne Friedrich removed any lingering doubts over the outcome with another close-range finish, profiting on this occasion from a dazzling solo run from the excellent Schweinsteiger. There was even time for Klose to rub salt into Argentinian wounds, side-footing home Mesut Ozil's measured cross with a minute remaining to round off a memorable German win.

courtesy of fifa, worldcup.myfri3nd, Getty Images


Summary Argentina vs Germany - 2010 FIFA World Cup (3 July 2010)

Summary Argentina vs Germany - 2010 FIFA World Cup (3 July 2010)

Summary Argentina vs Germany - 2010 FIFA World Cup (3 July 2010)

Summary Argentina vs Germany - 2010 FIFA World Cup (3 July 2010)

Summary Argentina vs Germany - 2010 FIFA World Cup (3 July 2010)

Summary Argentina vs Germany - 2010 FIFA World Cup (3 July 2010)

Summary Argentina vs Germany - 2010 FIFA World Cup (3 July 2010)

Summary Argentina vs Germany - 2010 FIFA World Cup (3 July 2010)

Summary Argentina vs Germany - 2010 FIFA World Cup (3 July 2010)


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Match 59 - Round of 16 - 3 July 2010
Argentina vs Germany
Venue - Cape Town



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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Paraguay 0-0 Japan Full Highlights - Fifa World Cup 2010 Paraguay Vs Japan


RESULTS
Match 55 - Round of 16 - 29 June 2010
Paraguay 0:0 a.e.t. 5:3 PSO Japan
E. BARRETO

ENDO
LUCAS

HASEBE
RIVEROS

HONDA
H. VALDES


CARDOZO


Summary
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Playlist of Highlights






World Cup 2010 Paraguay vs Japan 0-0 Full Penalties 5-3


RESULTS
Match 55 - Round of 16 - 29 June 2010
Paraguay 0:0 a.e.t. 5:3 PSO Japan
E. BARRETO

ENDO
LUCAS

HASEBE
RIVEROS

HONDA
H. VALDES


CARDOZO


Summary
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Playlist of Highlights






Japan Vs Paraguay (5-3) All Goals & full Highlights June 29 2010 ! Paraguay vs Japan


RESULTS
Match 55 - Round of 16 - 29 June 2010
Paraguay 0:0 a.e.t. 5:3 PSO Japan
E. BARRETO

ENDO
LUCAS

HASEBE
RIVEROS

HONDA
H. VALDES


CARDOZO


Summary
|
Playlist of Highlights






Playlists Paraguay 5 : 3 Japan - 2010 FIFA World Cup ( 29 June 2010 )


RESULTS
Match 55 - Round of 16 - 29 June 2010
Paraguay 0:0 a.e.t. 5:3 PSO Japan
E. BARRETO

ENDO
LUCAS

HASEBE
RIVEROS

HONDA
H. VALDES


CARDOZO


Summary
|
Playlist of Highlights





Highlight # 1
Japan Vs Paraguay (5-3) All Goals & full Highlights June 29 2010 ! Paraguay vs Japan





Highlight # 2
World Cup 2010 Paraguay vs Japan 0-0 Full Penalties 5-3





Highlight # 3
Paraguay 0-0 Japan Full Highlights - Fifa World Cup 2010 Paraguay Vs Japan 0-0

Summary Paraguay 5 : 3 Japan - 2010 FIFA World Cup ( 29 June 2010 )


RESULTS
Match 55 - Round of 16 - 29 June 2010
Paraguay 0:0 a.e.t. 5:3 PSO Japan
E. BARRETO

ENDO
LUCAS

HASEBE
RIVEROS

HONDA
H. VALDES


CARDOZO


Summary
|
Playlist of Highlights


Summary Paraguay vs Japan - 2010 FIFA World Cup (29 June 2010)


Paraguay squeezed through to the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup™ for the first time in their history as Yuichi Komano's penalty miss sent Japan crashing out of the tournament. With the game goalless at the end of extra time in Pretoria, South Africa witnessed its first shoot-out and, after Komano had clipped the crossbar, Oscar Cardozo rolled home the winning spot-kick to give the South Americans a 5-3 win and a last-eight tie against either Spain or Portugal.

Neither side had ever reached a FIFA World Cup quarter-final, and perhaps the weight of expectation explained a largely uninspiring contest at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium. Paraguay enjoyed the majority of possession in the early stages but were struggling to find their range as much as their opponents. The game suddenly, albeit very briefly, exploded into life around the 20-minute mark when both goalkeepers were finally awoken from their slumbers. First, Paraguay's Lucas Barrios turned neatly in the penalty area to escape the attentions of two Japan defenders, before firing straight at Eiji Kawashima. Then, a minute later, Daisuke Matsui crashed a curled long-range effort against the crossbar.

Paraguay almost made their mark in the 29th minute when Roque Santa Cruz found himself unmarked in the area. The Manchester City forward looked surprised to find Claudio Morel's corner at his feet, and that moment of hesitation proved his undoing as he subsequently flashed his shot wide. Shortly after, Honda's ball into the box appeared threatening but Carlos Bonet was able to step in and steer the ball to safety. Yasuhito Endo then whipped in a free-kick at pace but Santa Cruz, now on defensive duty, was able to clear the danger with a diving header.

Minutes later, Japan broke at pace and should have done better in a promising situation, with three advancing forwards outnumbering the Paraguay defence. Matsui squared the ball to Keisuke Honda but the CSKA Moscow star chose to ignore the run of the unmarked Yoshito Okubo to his left, instead opting to try his luck from distance. Disappointingly, his left-footed drive finished wide of goalkeeper Justo Villar's post.

Takeshi Okada's side began the second half with a team huddle, aware they needed to break free of their first-half shackles if they were to make that crucial breakthrough. But it was Paraguay who fired the first statement of intent as Nestor Ortigoza did his best to change the pattern of the game but his mazy run into the box was eventually smothered by the Japanese defence. It was a rare moment of enterprise in a game that had so far failed to inspire. As Gerardo Martino's team picked up the pace, only the outstretched boot of Yuji Nakazawa prevented Edgar Benitez from finding the target, while Cristian Riveros could only plant his header into the palms of Kawashima. Marcus Tulio Tanaka was unlucky not to profit from Endo's dangerous corner or substitute Shunsuke Nakamura's knock-on, while Santa Cruz's looping header was easily beaten away as the game drifted towards extra time.

With another Japan huddle dismantled, Shinji Okazaki looped a header just over and Barrios's firm header was an easy collect for Kawashima, while Nelson Valdez's toe-poke was smothered. Edgar Barretto's hooked shot finished a yard over as both sides finally started to loosen up in the additional 30 minutes but after Okazaki went close with a header in the dying minutes, it was left to penalties to decide the seventh quarter-final place. Only one player of nine missed but victory was Paraguay's by this narrowest of margins.

courtesy of fifa.com, worldcup.myfri3nd, Getty Images


Summary Paraguay vs Japan - 2010 FIFA World Cup (29 June 2010)

Summary Paraguay vs Japan - 2010 FIFA World Cup (29 June 2010)

Summary Paraguay vs Japan - 2010 FIFA World Cup (29 June 2010)

Summary Paraguay vs Japan - 2010 FIFA World Cup (29 June 2010)

Summary Paraguay vs Japan - 2010 FIFA World Cup (29 June 2010)

Summary Paraguay vs Japan - 2010 FIFA World Cup (29 June 2010)

Summary Paraguay vs Japan - 2010 FIFA World Cup (29 June 2010)

Summary Paraguay vs Japan - 2010 FIFA World Cup (29 June 2010)

Summary Paraguay vs Japan - 2010 FIFA World Cup (29 June 2010)


FIFA Spain vs Portugal World Cup 2010 Prediction


Match 56 - Round of 16 - 29 June 2010
Spain vs Portugal

Spain and Portugal meet again to decide who will go through to the next round of the World Cup. Torres is yet to score, will he find his form now when his country need him? Can Ronaldo play to his full abilty against the country that he has made home?





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FIFA World Cup 2010 - Paraguay vs Blue Samurai Japan


Match 55 - Round of 16 - 29 June 2010
Paraguay vs Japan





PREVIEW :
FIFA World Cup 2010 - Paraguay vs Blue Samurai Japan

Group F winners Paraguay have reached the first knockout round in two of the last three World Cups, but they are hoping to go one step further after an unbeaten start in South Africa.

After a relaxed session the previous day, coach Gerardo Martino put his squad through their paces, stepping up preparations for the meeting with Japan 'the Blue Samurai?.

Paraguay have gone as far as the Round of 16 three times in their seven previous World Cup journeys, but have failed to make further in-roads on each occasion.

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World Cup 2010 Brazil vs Chile 1-0 Juan 35min Goal !!!!!!!


RESULTS
Match 54 - Round of 16 - 28 June 2010
Brazil 3:0 (2:0) Chile
JUAN (35')


LUIS FABIANO (38')


ROBINHO (59')


Summary
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Playlist of Highlights






Brazil vs Chile 2-0 Luis Fabiano Goal Brazil 2-0 Chile World Cup 2010 Goal Brazil v Chile [2-0]


RESULTS
Match 54 - Round of 16 - 28 June 2010
Brazil 3:0 (2:0) Chile
JUAN (35')


LUIS FABIANO (38')


ROBINHO (59')


Summary
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Playlist of Highlights






World Cup 2010 Brazil vs Chile 2-0 Fabiano 38min Goal !!!!!!!


RESULTS
Match 54 - Round of 16 - 28 June 2010
Brazil 3:0 (2:0) Chile
JUAN (35')


LUIS FABIANO (38')


ROBINHO (59')


Summary
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Playlist of Highlights






World Cup 2010 Brazil vs Chile 3-0 Robinho 59min Goal !!!!!!!


RESULTS
Match 54 - Round of 16 - 28 June 2010
Brazil 3:0 (2:0) Chile
JUAN (35')


LUIS FABIANO (38')


ROBINHO (59')


Summary
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Playlist of Highlights






Brazil vs Chile 3-0 Full Highlights & All Goals World Cup 2010


RESULTS
Match 54 - Round of 16 - 28 June 2010
Brazil 3:0 (2:0) Chile
JUAN (35')


LUIS FABIANO (38')


ROBINHO (59')


Summary
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Playlist of Highlights






Brazil Vs Chile (3-0) All Goals & full Highlights June 28 2010! Chile vs brazil


RESULTS
Match 54 - Round of 16 - 28 June 2010
Brazil 3:0 (2:0) Chile
JUAN (35')


LUIS FABIANO (38')


ROBINHO (59')


Summary
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Playlist of Highlights






Playlists Highlights Brazil vs Chile 2010 FIFA World Cup (27-June-10)


RESULTS
Match 54 - Round of 16 - 28 June 2010
Brazil 3:0 (2:0) Chile
JUAN (35')


LUIS FABIANO (38')


ROBINHO (59')


Summary
|
Playlist of Highlights





Highlisgt # 1
Brazil Vs Chile (3-0) All Goals & full Highlights June 28 2010! Chile vs brazil





Highlisgt # 2
Brazil vs Chile 3-0 Full Highlights & All Goals World Cup 2010





Highlisgt # 3
World Cup 2010 Brazil vs Chile 3-0 Robinho 59min Goal !!!!!!!





Highlisgt # 4
World Cup 2010 Brazil vs Chile 2-0 Fabiano 38min Goal !!!!!!!




Highlisgt # 5
Brazil vs Chile 2-0 Luis Fabiano Goal Brazil 2-0 Chile World Cup 2010 Goal Brazil v Chile [2-0]





Highlisgt # 6
World Cup 2010 Brazil vs Chile 1-0 Juan 35min Goal !!!!!!!