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This years world cup will be held in South Africa It starts with the first game on June 11 th South Africa vs. Mexico at 4PM The Final will be held only a month later on July 11 th
Germany-2006 ◦ Italy Korea/Japan-2002 ◦ Brazil France-1998 ◦ France USA-1994 ◦ Brazil Italy-1990 ◦ Germany
Brazil ◦ Record: 33 goals scored. 11 goals scored against 9 wins 7 draws 2 losses Spain 28 goals scored. 5 goals scored against ◦ 10 wins ◦ 0 draws ◦ 0 losses Argentina 23 goals scored. 20 goals against ◦ 8 wins ◦ 4 draws ◦ 6 losses
Brazil has been one of the most successful teams world cup history with five wins total. They have a total of 64 victories, 14 draws and 14 defeats in the 92 games they have played
Spain this year has the most promising record and the best looking team they have ever had. Although they have never won a world cup this past year they have won a few national tournaments so this one does look promising
Argentina have reached four FIFA World Cup Finals. They beat Netherlands in 1978 and Germany in 1986 but lost to Uruguay in 1930 and to the Germans in 1990. Diego Maradona played in four successive finals competitions between 1982 and 1994 will be the head coach this year
Each of these players said to be the best in the game…
The first World Cup goal he scored was in 1958, the 1-0 quarter-final win over Wales. He scored a hat-trick in the semifinal against France and two more in the final over host nation Sweden. At 17, Pelé became the youngest ever winner of the World Cup. In 1970 he again led Brazil to a record third title with what was said to be the best team ever.
He had captained Argentina to a second World Cup triumph in 1986. It was a World Cup that forever will be the same with Maradona. He scored 5 goals in that tournament. His scored probably the greatest goal ever scored in a World Cup game. Most amazing goal Most amazing goal Hand of god goal Hand of god goal
Ronaldinho participated in his first World Cup in 2002. He appeared in five matches and scored two goals. The first goal came in the group stage match against China, which Brazil won 4–0. The second goal was a match-winning goal in the quarterfinal against England on June 21. In the 50th minute, Ronaldinho took a free- kick from 35 metres, to give Brazil a 2–1 lead. He played in the final leading them to the Brazil’s 5 th World Cup win Best goal in history Best goal in history
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