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Most of the 32 teams participating in the 2010 FIFA World Cup played their final warm-up matches during last weeks. So as followers and your favorate players’ fans , we have a pretty good idea of what to expect next week. Let me give you some insight about the south africa world cup and review the news in hot of the match.

World Cup 2010: Germany 4-0 Australia

Just hours after Ghana set the pace in Group D with their 1-0 win over Serbia, Germany and Australia looked to keep up with the Black Stars as they kicked off in Durban.

 


 

World Cup Player Ratings: Cote D’Ivoire 0-0 Portugal

The Albiceleste destroyed the Taegeuk Warriors with some superb attacking football.

 

Spain 0-1 Switzerland: Gelson Fernandes Goal Shocks La Furia Roja

Switzerland caused one of the great World Cup shocks in Durban, defeating European champions and competition favourites Spain 1-0.

 

World Cup 2010: Gabriel Heinze’s Argentina Strike Should Have Been Disallowed – FIFA

Argentina missed several gilt-edged chances on their way to a 1-0 reverse of Nigeria on Saturday. However, according to FIFA the one attack that did finish with the net bulging should have been disallowed by referee Wolfgang Stark.

 

Argentina 4-1 South Korea: Gonzalo Higuain Treble Sends Albiceleste Top

Argentina secured top spot in World Cup Group B courtesy of a 4-1 victory over South Korea in Johannesburg.

 


Argentina vs South Korea

 Portugal 7-0 North Korea : North Korea need to reflect their own mistakes about their football skill and spirit....

Definitely, every football or soccer addicts have their own idol attracting their eyes and minds to the world cup 2010. So do you know how do they cheer up their idols? Yes someone imitate the football stars tattoos on their body , or put the football stars’ tattoo stickers on their bodies.

Here’s DT‘s top five tattooed ballers to look out for during the tournament.

5. Sergio Ramos

Many of the Spaniard’s etchings are dates, including the birth dates of his parents and two brothers, plus the dates of the terrorist attacks in Madrid and New York. Pajero also has his lucky number seven tattooed on his left arm, which serves as a handy reminder for the number of times he needs to straighten his hair each day.

 


Sergio Ramos tattoo

 

4. Cesc Fabregas

Last year, however, he finally branded his right elbow with a design that Kickette describes as looking like a “stick-on”. Cesc had better move to Barcelona before Theo Walcott encourages him to sport a rub-on Transformers logo on his chest.


Cesc Fabregas tattoo

 

3. Jermain Defoe

Defoe has spent an impressive about of time in the tattoo parlour. Among his many designs are tributes to his mother, sister, brother and late grandmother, showing a rather likeable and sensitive side.


Jermain Defoe

 

2.Daniel Agger

Danish defender Agger’s skin displays a painstaking collection of incongruous symbols, tribal designs and haunting inscriptions. In addition to an impressively detailed sleeve design on his left arm, he has the name of his brother and sister on his chest, and a charming Nordic Viking on his right arm. He also has a selection of morbid quotes: one reads “Memento mori” (“Remember you will die”) and another “Mors certa hora incerta” (Death is certain, but the hour is uncertain”). Way to remind us of our mortality and the general pointlessness of existence


Daniel Agger tattoo

 

1. Kevin Prince Boateng

With the absence of the likes of David Beckham and Marco Materazzi, KPV is ibattling Agger for the coveted ‘Most skin covered by ink at a World Cup’ award. The German midfielder – who defected to Ghana prior to this tournament – has thirteen tattoos at last count, covering both his arms, his chest and his neck. The aesthetic highlights are two jokers, one laughing, and one crying. “It means laugh now, cry later,” the Ballack-wrecking Portsmouth star explains.


Kevin Prince Boateng

 


 


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