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Tuesday, July 6, 2010

European World Cup Takes Shape as Spain and Germany Advance

Is Spain the new Brazil? It sure seemed that way at the World Cup Tournament. The Spanish have never been known as World Cup contenders. In the history of the World Cup for example, the Spanish had never managed to reach the semi finals. Never mind that, they never managed to win four games in a row. And they have certainly never done what they did last night – beat out Paraguay to secure a spot in the quarter finals. So the question becomes, is this going to be a Spanish World Cup? Let’s examine what happened in the game to find out:
It was a close game for much of the time and almost came to an end as a tie game. However, the Spanish team finally pulled it out of the fire when the most prolific scorer for the 2010 World Cup, David Villa managed to pull off yet another goal (his fifth this World Cup) in order to put Spain ahead in the 83rd minute. This after Spaniards the world over spent the game biting their nails, knowing the Spanish team faced failure and a return home if they didn’t manage to win a game that was until then tied with no score.
As the Spanish team walked off the field, they held their heads proud and looked forward to a European matchup in their next game, since Germany managed to pull off a win against Argentina with a score of 4-0.

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