Uploaded on Jul 1, 2009
USA VS BRAZIL 2-3 ALL GOALS AND HIGHLIGHTS - FINAL [FIFA CONFEDERATIONS CUP 2009 SOUTH AFRICA] 28/06/2009
I uploaded this for entertainment purposes only.
I want to say that USA did pretty good; they made it to the FINALS! CAN YOU BELIEVE THAT??
The most/or 1 of the most horrible team made it to the finals! THey finaly gave some time to the real football sport rather than wimpy sport they 'football/nfl" themselves.
Mi amigo Josh A. was bragging about how USA beat the top team Spain and that USA will beat Brazil in the finals. PSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHH...... WHAT WAS THE SCORE IN THE SEMI-FINALS??? 3 to NOTHING. GIVE YOU THAT ONE MORE 'GIN; 3 TO NOTHING!!.
but USA did good in the final; especiaally Landon Donovan (the first selected draft for the MLS). His goal was beautiful.
IDK why i am talking about the US when i hate them so much. jajajajajajajajaja.
TO WRAP THIS UP: BRASIL ALL DAY! ALL DAY BABY!
Score Of Departures :
01 - South Africa - Iraq 0-0
02 - New Zealand - Spain 0-5
03 - Egypt - Brazil 3-4
04 - USA - Italy 1-3
05 - Spain - Iraq 1-0
06 - South Africa - New Zealand 2-0
07 - USA - Brazil 0-3
08 - Egypt - Italy 1-0
09 - Spain - South Africa 2-0
10 - Iraq - New Zealand 0-0
11 - Italy - Brazil 0-3
12 - Egypt - USA 0-3
Semi Final :
Spain - USA 0-2
Brazil - South Africa 1-0
2010 World Cup South Africa :
South Africa has built five new football stadiums in preparation for the FIFA World Cup 2010. Be the first time the country's history that the region will have stadiums dedicated to football. Under the former government of Apartheid, the stadiums were built exclusively for the rugby and cricket.
South Africa has little tradition in football, participated in the 2002 Cup in Korea and Japan in Group B, being eliminated in the 1st phase of the crown in that group who participated in the selections of Spain, Slovenia and Paraguay, also participated in Cup 1998 in France.
A delegation of FIFA completed a first visit to South Africa after the country was chosen to host the World Cup of 2010. The leaders said then that several technical and legal aspects were discussed before the members of FIFA leaving the country.
"FIFA is looking meet whole process of the host country as quickly as possible and will build an office in South Africa at the beginning of next year," said Danny Jordaan, who heads the local committee.
A committee of four men, of which Jordaan is one of the members, was formed to set the local organization.
But the Cup can be exchanged for office because of the possibility of South Africa did not finish the work on time. If this occurs, it is likely that Germany hold the Cup, because the entire structure is mounted to the World Cup in 2006. Spain and Australia are also possibilities.
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Estádio: Ellis Park, Joanesburgo. Data: 28/06/2009. Árbitro: Martin Hansson (SUE). Auxiliares: Henrik Andren (SUE) e Fredrik Nilsson (SUE).
Cartões amarelos: Bocanegra (EUA), André Santos, Lúcio e Felipe Melo (BRA). Cartão vermelho: -.
Gols: Dempsey, aos 10, e Donovan, aos 27 minutos do primeiro tempo; Luis Fabiano, a 1 minuto e aos 29, e Lúcio, aos 39 minutos do segundo tempo.
FICHA TÉCNICO DO JOGO :
UNITED STATES : Howard, Spector, Onyewu, Demerit e Bocanegra; Clark, Feilhaber (Kljestan), Dempsey e Donovan; Altidore (Bornstein) e Davies.
Técnico: Bob Bradley.
BRAZIL : Julio César, Maicon, Lúcio, Luisão e André Santos (Daniel Alves); Gilberto Silva, Felipe Melo, Ramires (Elano) e Kaká; Robinho e Luís Fabiano.
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