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Home > Special Edition > Monday, June 21, 2010
[PORTUGAL-NORTH KOREA] North Korea was unable to replicate its courageous performance while losing 2-1 to Brazil in its opening game, and suffered a 7-0 hammering by Portugal. Here's what we liked and didn't like about Portugal's win ... Read the whole story
[PREDICTIONS] The World Cup moves into the final stages of the first round when group matches will be played simultaneously. Mexico and Uruguay have the edge in Group A, while Argentina is all but assured of advancing to the knockout phase from Group B. For a look at Tuesday's four ... Read the whole story
[REFEREES] Malian referee Koman Coulibaly, who disallowed Maurice Edu's apparent winning goal against Slovenia, won't referee any of the first eight matches that will complete group play at the World Cup this week. FIFA's assignments announced Monday included the selection of Belgian Frank De Bleeckere to work the USA's deciding ... Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] The Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology shut down, suspending classes and emptying its dorms, after students fought over whether to cancel classes to watch the World Cup. Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] The 2010 World Cup finished with an average of 2.27 goals a game, the second lowest in history. Spain's eight goals in seven games were the fewest of any team to win the World Cup. For all the World Cup results and leading scorers ... Read the whole story

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"As South Africans, we need to pat ourselves on the back for having achieved something very special in terms of developing fantastic infrastructure, ensuring that it works, and uniting our people." -- Bishop Desmond Tutu ,who said that South Africa must consider how to "make the World Cup not an end, but a new beginning." (AP) ...More

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