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The world reacts to U.S. win
June 25th, 2009 7AM
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[USA-SPAIN] Beating the world's top team drew stunned the international press. For a collection of headlines from around the world ...

"No, we can't" (in English)
-- As (Spain)

"End of the Festival."
-- El Pais (Spain)

"USA puts Spain under a cloud"
-- La Voz de Galicia

"Made in the USA debacle ousts Spain"
-- ABC (Spain)

"USA sink Spanish armada"
-- The Times (South Africa)

"It's Yank El for senors"
-- The Sun (UK)

"How About That! Spain Stunned By Americans"

-- The Mirror (UK)

"Wow! Amis in Final"
-- Bild (Germany)

 

 



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