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Netherlands Beat Brazil Eyes FIFA World Cup Soccer 2010 Closing Ceremony Podium in South Africa

Netherlands Beat Brazil Eyes FIFA World Cup Soccer 2010 Closing Ceremony Podium in South Africa

The Dutch legacy prevailed! Viva La Holland. I have all along said in my blogs that the Netherlands are going to clinch this world cup final. However, my loyal lies with Africa. I know that the Netherlands can will but I am hoping that Ghana will win. The Brazilians can now go home and relax for 2014.

Brazils samba soccer magic was not enough to mesmerize their worthy opponents from Holland. What a game, what a match up? Brazil could just not get things right because I think their reputation has gone to the heads of their players. They were collecting yellow and red cards like a poker dealer gathers the cards in a casino. The Brazilian players were just not relaxed enough to play their usual magical brand of soccer.

The Netherlands had an obvious game plan. Even a surprise first goal against the run of play early on did not deter them. It was not even a great goal by Brazilian standards. I was appalled at the standard of play by the Brazilians. They were ill disciplined and tried some sneaky stuff that counted against them in the end.

Ghana will beat Uruguay later today. Ghana will go ahead and play in the semi final against the Netherlands. That game will cause a sword to render my heart. I will not watch that game because the pressure will be unbearable. My two favorite teams playing each other in the semi final.

The other semi final will be Argentina versus Spain. Spain will eventually play Ghana in the final. Ghana will beat Spain and have the African Soccer World Cup Soccer Kingdom and adulation from the world as they ascend the Soccer throne.

Where can I watch the FIFA World Cup Closing ceremonies

Where can I watch the FIFA World Cup Closing ceremonies

Johannesburg: Breaking News! Thousands of people danced to the tunes of Shakira, when she performed ‘Waka Waka’ at the FIFA World Cup 2010 closing ceremony tonight. Shakira was accompanied by other African pop stars.

Shakira’s performance began soon after the firework and light show that delighted the crowd during the closing ceremony. However, Shakira’s performance along with the South African Afro fusion band, was the most happening event tonight.

The FIFA World Cup 2010 will come to an end tonight. The Netherlands will take on Spain in the title clash. Both teams are eying their maiden World Cup title. While Paul the Octopus has predicted Spain to be the winner, Mani the Parakeet has picked up the Netherlands as the winner.

The final will begin at 8:30 PM local time and 00:00 IST. Watch live action during the final between Spain and the Netherlands. ESPN will bring the live telecast of the match.

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Sunday, 11 July 2010 23:46

Johannesburg: Breaking News! Thousands of people danced to the tunes of Shakira, when she performed ‘Waka Waka’ at the FIFA World Cup 2010 closing ceremony tonight. Shakira was accompanied by other African pop stars.

Shakira’s performance began soon after the firework and light show that delighted the crowd during the closing ceremony. However, Shakira’s performance along with the South African Afro fusion band, was the most happening event tonight.

The FIFA World Cup 2010 will come to an end tonight. The Netherlands will take on Spain in the title clash. Both teams are eying their maiden World Cup title. While Paul the Octopus has predicted Spain to be the winner, Mani the Parakeet has picked up the Netherlands as the winner.

The final will begin at 8:30 PM local time and 00:00 IST. Watch live action during the final between Spain and the Netherlands. ESPN will bring the live telecast of the match.

Once again, Shakira will be performing her awesome football dedicated song “Waka Waka” during the closing ceremony of the 2010 World Cup.

Right after the final match, the closing ceremony will occur. The Spain vs Netherlands match is about to start 30 minutes from now and it will take place in Johannesburg at the the Soccer Stadium, the same stadium where Shakira peformed “Waka Waka” during the opening ceremony