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Tonight France vs Spain. Last time they met, it was a 1-1 draw, thanks to a last-gasp Giroud header. Hoping for a mouthwatering clash this time too....

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That should be a good match. I am hoping that the USA does well against Mexico at Azteca today. They won against Costa Rica the other day in really rotten conditions, so maybe they can do well.

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That should be a good match. I am hoping that the USA does well against Mexico at Azteca today. They won against Costa Rica the other day in really rotten conditions, so maybe they can do well.

 

 

As far as I know, there is bitter rivalry between Mexico and USA. Do not know whether the Americans think the same.

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Oh yes. Both countries love to hate each other. It is also helped by the fact that they've been the top two teams in Concacaf for decades. It will be a very...hot...game if you get my meaning.

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Spain are leading in France through Pedro.

EDIT: FT: France 0-1 Spain

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0-0 For Mexico vs USA

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The 0-0 score is a victory for the US honestly. That is only the second point they've gotten at Azteca in qualifying and it was a good performance. Especially by two center backs who had a combined total of 5 caps coming into the game.

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World cup going on

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Hey folks , here's a NEWSFLASH , there is no bitter rivalry between Mexico and the US when it come s to soccer . These are machinations of overactive  imaginations .

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Very Exciting tournament so far.

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So, It's an Europe vs America in the semi.

Brazil taking on Germany

 

and then Argentina to fight against the DUtch.

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I think Brazil will lose against the Germans

 

and Argentina against the Dutch.

 

Germany to win all the way...

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Can not wait for the match. 2 hrs remaining...

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Can not wait for the match. 2 hrs remaining...

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Just see the scoreline who has not seen yet!!!

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Brazil 1 - Germany 7 !! Just unbelievable.

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Holland and Argentina very cautious though.

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So, Argentina prevails in the penalty shootout against the Dutch. Well done Romero and Argentina.

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Brazil lost 3-0. More misery...

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Now the final between Argentina and Germany... Germany's world cup to loose IMHO...

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And Germany Wins it. A Magic moment from Goetze gives Germany the lead at extra time.

 

1-0 Full time.
 

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Germany World Cup Champions 2014!

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Who won the 2014 cup?

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