Ronaldinho World Cup 2010

June 15, 2010 by USA Post 

world cup resultsRonaldinho World Cup 2010, Most of the world needs a right back, sometimes. After 56 minutes of Brazilians go nuts in a near-freeze in Johannesburg, it was left to break hearts Maicon North Korea-cons with a strange shot that whipped from the narrowest of angles.

He is Brazilian. I’d never accuse credit rating by accident. But God, that we needed that goal. Neither party has even been ranked as low as 105 in the world and qualified for the finals of the World Cup. Neither party has never had so many players in tears during the anthems.

But the Communists gravelly accordance with their nation, simply refused to accept the present world order (damn the capitalist imperialist running dogs). FIFA rankings may have five times world champions Brazil at the top, but it did not look that way for a night at the eleventh hour last night.

Only Maicon Douglas Sisenando (born July 26, 1981 in Novo Hamburgo, Rio Grande do Sul) has produced a little magic right-back, rushing on line to crash his shot before a Ri Myong-Guk goalkeeper perplexed.

We clearly anticipated, as all his teammates and most of the spectators, a cross from that angle. However, the BBC calling it “a target of great beauty.”

Like Ronaldinho free kick that beat David Seaman 150 miles in 1998, we will give another Brazilian benefit of the doubt.

There is no doubt about Second Elano on 72 minutes. The former Manchester City man made brilliantly by my man of the match Robinho, just pass the ball beyond Myong-Guk to seal the game. Beautiful.

There is still time for Ji Yun-Nam to pull one back for the Koreans, who were during the Ban Ki-moon. But despite all their efforts, and an end Kasper on the bar, the world order has prevailed. Shame.

But this is still only 23 goals in 14 games. The only shots outside the box has been scuffed effort which crept into the arms of goalkeeper, Robert Green as England and Algeria Fawzi Chaouchi may remember.

God it was terrible. Not a decent kick. One memorable shot along Cristiano Ronaldo, who hit the post in the largely uneventful 0-0 draw against Ivory Coast.

Many diving unpunished, three red cards, thousands of lateral passes, dozens of cross over and hit the corners.

Can we blame the ball? This is called Jabulani or happiness, but it seems to cause unhappiness when ball pompoms on the bar or on surfaces that appear to cut, especially on the coast. And we can not blame the altitude for the lack of excitement because this evening was the showdown fourth level of the sea

Showdown? Even that one gets carried away a bit. Siphiwe Tshabalala strike the left foot, the first tournament for the hosts against Mexico still ranks as the best, but you’d see a couple of them each week on the day after the game action on Saturday in the Premier League .

effort Ji-Sung Park, South Korea surprise victory over the Greeks was not bad, and there was drama in New Zealand last minute equalizer against Slovakia earlier in the day.

But in reality, with all the money they have spent all the effort they did, all the abuses they have made these poor Vuvuzela to blow the South Africans should ask themselves what they have to earn meager returns as on the ground.

Robinho multiple trimmings at Ellis Park has done little to heat a house near full at Ellis Park, where 55,000 attended temperatures dipping below three degrees. Kaka was kak, as one might say in South Africa, often losing possession and ridicule his £ 56m price tag.

Tomorrow we will have Spain, the world’s second best side and starred most people, play anonymous in Switzerland, ranked 24th, in Durban at 15:00. And the other two in the group G, Honduras (38) and Chile (18) play the first match in beautiful Mbobela Nelspruit at 12:30.

But perhaps we will have to wait until South Africa and Uruguay against the Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria in shock 7:30 p.m. to see real fireworks.

It is the first game in the second round group stage. These are the opening games nobody wants to lose. This is a case of throwing the first wind flamboyance security.

Germany and Argentina look the best teams around, but this is only the first shots of the excesses of war, I suppose. A war terribly funny.

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