Wednesday, July 7, 2010

World Cup 2010 Spain vs Germany 1-0 [All Goals Full Highlights]


RESULTS
Match 62 - Semi-finals - 07 July 2010
Germany 0:1 (0:0) Spain


Carles PUYOL (73')



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Playlist of Highlights






Spain - Germany / World Cup 2010 SPAIN - WINNER!!!


RESULTS
Match 62 - Semi-finals - 07 July 2010
Germany 0:1 (0:0) Spain


Carles PUYOL (73')



Summary
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Playlist of Highlights






World Cup 2010 Germany vs Spain 0-1 [All Goals & Full Highlights]


RESULTS
Match 62 - Semi-finals - 07 July 2010
Germany 0:1 (0:0) Spain


Carles PUYOL (73')



Summary
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Playlist of Highlights






Germany 0 : 1 Spain World Cup 2010 Africa (7-July-2010)


RESULTS
Match 62 - Semi-finals - 07 July 2010
Germany 0:1 (0:0) Spain


Carles PUYOL (73')



Summary
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Playlist of Highlights






Playlists Germany 0 : 1 Spain World Cup 2010 Semi-finals (7-July-2010)


RESULTS
Match 62 - Semi-finals - 07 July 2010
Germany 0:1 (0:0) Spain


Carles PUYOL (73')



Summary
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Playlist of Highlights





Highlight # 1
Germany 0 : 1 Spain World Cup 2010 Africa (7-July-2010)





Highlight # 2
World Cup 2010 Germany vs Spain 0-1 [All Goals & Full Highlights]





Highlight # 3
Spain - Germany / World Cup 2010 SPAIN - WINNER!!!





Highlight # 4
World Cup 2010 Spain vs Germany 1-0 [All Goals Full Highlights]


Summary Germany 0 : 1 Spain World Cup 2010 Semi-finals (7-July-2010)


RESULTS
Match 62 - Semi-finals - 07 July 2010
Germany 0:1 (0:0) Spain


Carles PUYOL (73')



Summary
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Playlist of Highlights


Summary Germany vs Spain World Cup 2010 Semi-finals (7-July-2010)


First Europe and now, possibly, the world for Spain, who won through to the Final of South Africa 2010 with a 1-0 victory over Germany in Durban. Carles Puyol's 74th-minute header repeated the single-goal triumph over Germany that secured La Roja the European title two years ago and now only the Netherlands stand between them and a first FIFA World Cup™ title.

Whatever the outcome at Soccer City on Sunday, there will be history made with a new name on the Trophy after Spain produced their best performance of these finals to end Germany's hopes of an eighth Final appearance and secure their first. Joachim Low’s men, missing the suspended Thomas Muller, were unable to repeat the scintillating displays with which they swept aside England and Argentina and, as in 2006, suffered the anguish of semi-final defeat.

While Germany were playing in their 12th FIFA World Cup semi-final, this was Spain's first, although it was business as usual for Vicente del Bosque's side, who dominated possession. Indeed Spain might have had an early goal when Pedro, making his first start of the finals in place of Fernando Torres, slipped a through-ball to David Villa after just six minutes. Clear of the Germany defence, Villa produced a sliding finish but Manuel Neuer was out of his goal fast to deny the Spaniard.

There was another nervy moment to follow for Low's men after 14 minutes. From a short corner, Andres Iniesta drove in a centre that Puyol met with a flying header that, to the relief of the Germans, cleared the crossbar. Spain were dominating possession – more than 60 per cent in the game's first quarter – but Germany, happy to sit deep and continue the counter-attacking game that had brought them such reward in previous matches, began to offer a threat. Lukas Podolski played in Mezut Ozil on the left and he duly supplied Miroslav Klose on the edge of the box, but the Bayern Munich forward was crowded out.

Iker Casillas was called into action for the first time just after the half-hour to turn behind a low 30-yard drive from Piotr Trochowski, the man brought in to replace Muller. On the stroke of half-time, Germany finally picked a hole in the Spain defence when Ozil broke into the box on to a pass from Klose. As Sergio Ramos challenged, the German midfielder went to ground but referee Viktor Kassai waved play on.

The second half began like the first, with Spain threatening Neuer's goal as Xabi Alonso drove narrowly wide from 25 yards, then Villa curled another attempt wide of the same post. The pressure intensified with the hour approaching and Germany's goal was lucky to survive intact. Xavi's low shot drew a fingertip save from Neuer and as Per Mertesacker dawdled over his clearance, Iniesta nipped in and drove a low ball across goal that the lunging Villa was within a whisker of reaching at the far post. With Germany still unable to clear their lines, Pedro then fired wide.

Low sought to change things, sending on Marcell Jansen in place of Jerome Boateng and, later, Toni Kroos for Trochowski. It was Kroos who had Germany's first attempt of the second half in the 69th minute, meeting Podoski's far-post cross with a side-footed shot that Casillas beat away.
However, with 16 minutes remaining, the decisive goal came at the other end. From a corner by Xavi, Puyol leapt above team-mate Gerard Pique and powered a header past Neuer. Pedro could have ensured a bigger margin of victory in the closing stages but he allowed Arne Friedrich to dispossess him after bursting through in a two-on-one with substitute Torres. It did not matter in the end, Spain's third successive 1-0 win carrying them into their first Final.





Tuesday, July 6, 2010

World Cup 2010 Netherlands Uruguay afterparty London semi final


RESULTS
Match 61 - Semi-finals - 06 July 2010
Uruguay 2 : 3 (1:1) Netherlands
Diego FORLAN (41')

Giovanni VAN BRONCKHORST (18')
Maximiliano PEREIRA (90'+2)

Wesley SNEIJDER (70')


Arjen ROBBEN (73')
Summary
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Playlist of Highlights


World Cup 2010 Netherlands Uruguay afterparty London semi final




World Cup 2010 2:3 Uruguay - Netherlands Highlights / Goals HD


RESULTS
Match 61 - Semi-finals - 06 July 2010
Uruguay 2 : 3 (1:1) Netherlands
Diego FORLAN (41')

Giovanni VAN BRONCKHORST (18')
Maximiliano PEREIRA (90'+2)

Wesley SNEIJDER (70')


Arjen ROBBEN (73')
Summary
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Playlist of Highlights


World Cup 2010 2:3 Uruguay - Netherlands Highlights / Goals HD




World Cup 2010 Netherlands vs Uruguay 3-2 Barragan 90min Goal !!!!!!!!


RESULTS
Match 61 - Semi-finals - 06 July 2010
Uruguay 2 : 3 (1:1) Netherlands
Diego FORLAN (41')

Giovanni VAN BRONCKHORST (18')
Maximiliano PEREIRA (90'+2)

Wesley SNEIJDER (70')


Arjen ROBBEN (73')
Summary
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Playlist of Highlights


World Cup 2010 Netherlands vs Uruguay 3-2 Barragan 90min Goal !!!!!!!!




World Cup 2010 Netherlands vs Uruguay 3-1 Robben 73min Goal !!!!!!!!


RESULTS
Match 61 - Semi-finals - 06 July 2010
Uruguay 2 : 3 (1:1) Netherlands
Diego FORLAN (41')

Giovanni VAN BRONCKHORST (18')
Maximiliano PEREIRA (90'+2)

Wesley SNEIJDER (70')


Arjen ROBBEN (73')
Summary
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Playlist of Highlights


World Cup 2010 Netherlands vs Uruguay 3-1 Robben 73min Goal !!!!!!!!




Netherlands vs Uruguay 3-2 Full Highlights & All Goals World Cup 2010


RESULTS
Match 61 - Semi-finals - 06 July 2010
Uruguay 2 : 3 (1:1) Netherlands
Diego FORLAN (41')

Giovanni VAN BRONCKHORST (18')
Maximiliano PEREIRA (90'+2)

Wesley SNEIJDER (70')


Arjen ROBBEN (73')
Summary
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Playlist of Highlights


Netherlands vs Uruguay 3-2
Full Highlights & All Goals World Cup 2010




::HD:: Netherlands vs Uruguay (3-2) Full Highlights & Goals World Cup 2010


RESULTS
Match 61 - Semi-finals - 06 July 2010
Uruguay 2 : 3 (1:1) Netherlands
Diego FORLAN (41')

Giovanni VAN BRONCKHORST (18')
Maximiliano PEREIRA (90'+2)

Wesley SNEIJDER (70')


Arjen ROBBEN (73')
Summary
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Playlist of Highlights


Netherlands vs Uruguay [3-2]
All Goals & Highlights
World Cup 2010
::HD:: Netherlands vs Uruguay (3-2)
Full Highlights & Goals World Cup 2010




World Cup 2010: Netherlands - 3 Uruguay - 2


RESULTS
Match 61 - Semi-finals - 06 July 2010
Uruguay 2 : 3 (1:1) Netherlands
Diego FORLAN (41')

Giovanni VAN BRONCKHORST (18')
Maximiliano PEREIRA (90'+2)

Wesley SNEIJDER (70')


Arjen ROBBEN (73')
Summary
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Playlist of Highlights


World Cup 2010: Netherlands - 3 Uruguay - 2




Netherlands vs Uruguay [3-2] All Goals & Highlights World Cup 2010 Netherlands 3-2 Uruguay Goals


RESULTS
Match 61 - Semi-finals - 06 July 2010
Uruguay 2 : 3 (1:1) Netherlands
Diego FORLAN (41')

Giovanni VAN BRONCKHORST (18')
Maximiliano PEREIRA (90'+2)

Wesley SNEIJDER (70')


Arjen ROBBEN (73')
Summary
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Playlist of Highlights


Netherlands vs Uruguay [3-2]
All Goals & Highlights
World Cup 2010
Netherlands 3-2 Uruguay Goals




Playlists Highlights Uruguay 2 : 3 Netherlands World Cup 2010 Semi-finals (6-July-2010)


RESULTS
Match 61 - Semi-finals - 06 July 2010
Uruguay 2 : 3 (1:1) Netherlands
Diego FORLAN (41')

Giovanni VAN BRONCKHORST (18')
Maximiliano PEREIRA (90'+2)

Wesley SNEIJDER (70')


Arjen ROBBEN (73')
Summary

Playlist of Highlights





Highlight # 1
Netherlands vs Uruguay [3-2] All Goals & Highlights World Cup 2010 Netherlands 3-2 Uruguay Goals





Highlight # 2
World Cup 2010: Netherlands - 3 Uruguay - 2





Highlight # 3
::HD:: Netherlands vs Uruguay (3-2) Full Highlights & Goals World Cup 2010





Highlight # 4
Netherlands vs Uruguay 3-2 Full Highlights & All Goals World Cup 2010





Highlight # 5
World Cup 2010 Netherlands vs Uruguay 3-1 Robben 73min Goal !!!!!!!!





Highlight # 6
World Cup 2010 Netherlands vs Uruguay 3-2 Barragan 90min Goal !!!!!!!!





Highlight # 7
World Cup 2010 2:3 Uruguay - Netherlands Highlights / Goals HD





Highlight # 8
World Cup 2010 Netherlands Uruguay afterparty London semi final

Summary Uruguay 2 : 3 Netherlands World Cup 2010 Semi-finals (6-July-2010)


RESULTS
Match 61 - Semi-finals - 06 July 2010
Uruguay 2 : 3 (1:1) Netherlands
Diego FORLAN (41')

Giovanni VAN BRONCKHORST (18')
Maximiliano PEREIRA (90'+2)

Wesley SNEIJDER (70')


Arjen ROBBEN (73')
Summary
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Playlist of Highlights


Summary Uruguay vs Netherlands World Cup 2010 Semi-finals (6-July-2010)


The Netherlands will face either Spain or Germany in the Final of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ after beating Uruguay by the odd goal in five in the first of the tournament’s semi-finals at Cape Town’s Green Point Stadium. Bert van Marwijk’s side were worthy of their victory but were made to work hard for it in an eventful last four encounter punctuated by excellent goals from Giovanni van Bronckhorst, Diego Forlan, Wesley Sneijder, Arjen Robben and Maximiliano Pereira.

Having gone into this match on a record 24-match unbeaten streak, the Dutch started as favourites, and it was a tag they would justify during an entertaining first half. Van Marwijk’s side certainly began in positive fashion, with Robben darting beyond his marker at the first opportunity inside four minutes. Sneijder profited from his former Real Madrid team-mate’s dynamism, curling in a right-foot cross that, following an unconvincing punch from Fernando Muslera, was hurriedly controlled and volleyed just over by the lively Dirk Kuyt.

It was an early moment of concern for La Celeste, but they recovered admirably and, with the pace of the game dropping, looked to be comfortably holding the Oranje at bay. With the Dutch threat minimal, the Uruguayan defenders would have been forgiven for not sensing any immediate danger when Van Bronckhorst picked up the ball over 30 yards from goal, close to the left touchline. Yet it was from this seemingly unthreatening position that the Dutch captain unleashed a stunning left-foot shot that Muslera, despite applying a despairing touch, could only divert into the top corner via the inside of the post.

It was a magnificent strike, a cast-iron contender for goal of the tournament, and it gave the Netherlands an advantage they continued to prove worthy of as the half progressed. However, the Dutch were not the only team capable of conjuring a goal out of nothing, with Forlan providing an equally unexpected equaliser four minutes before the break.

Uruguay’s captain for the night had hitherto been relatively subdued, but the Dutch defence made the mistake of affording him too much space 25 yards from goal – and were ruthlessly punished. Shaping to spread the ball wide, Forlan instead turned inside on his left foot and curled in a superb left-foot shot that, thanks partly to a slight deflection off the head of John Heitinga, deceived the wrong-footed Maarten Stekelenburg.

Uruguay started the second half with something to build on, therefore, and they looked the more threatening of the two sides early on, with Van Bronckhorst forced to head off the line from a Pereira effort and Stekelenburg parrying clear a goal-bound Forlan free-kick.

The Dutch were unruffled, however, and their patient probing at the other end almost paid dividends when Robin van Persie’s intelligent reverse pass teed up substitute Rafael van der Vaart for a shot from the left-hand edge of the box. With the strike accurate and firmly struck, Muslera could only parry clear, but Robben proved unable to gobble up the rebound, blazing over from an acute angle.

Denied on this occasion, the Dutch moved in front a couple of minutes later, as Sneijder scored his fifth goal of the tournament, again benefiting from a telling deflection, this time off the thigh of Pereira, that sent his 20-yard shot spinning past Muslera. Uruguay needed a response, and quickly, but with 17 minutes remaining their hopes were all but ended when Robben doubled the Netherlands’ advantage.

A terrific goal it was too, with the Dutch winger sneaking in unnoticed to bullet a textbook header in off the base of the left-hand post from a measured Kuyt cross. Pereira did score an equally excellent consolation, converting expertly with a curling left-foot shot from a quickly-taken free-kick, but this injury-time effort was to prove too little, too late for the last of the non-European representatives.

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Summary Uruguay vs Netherlands World Cup 2010 Semi-finals (6-July-2010)

Summary Uruguay vs Netherlands World Cup 2010 Semi-finals (6-July-2010)

Summary Uruguay vs Netherlands World Cup 2010 Semi-finals (6-July-2010)

Summary Uruguay vs Netherlands World Cup 2010 Semi-finals (6-July-2010)

Summary Uruguay vs Netherlands World Cup 2010 Semi-finals (6-July-2010)

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