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B. 08-11 FIFA to probe N. Korean pressure North Korea
C. 07-27 Maradona out as Argentine coach Argentina
D. 07-12 Forlan named World Cup's best player South Africa
07-11 Spain win World Cup in extra time Johannesburg
F. 07-11 Fans pour into capital to watch World Cup Mogadishu, Somalia
G. 07-07 Spain reached the World Cup final Durban, South Africa
H. 07-06 Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final Cape Town
I. 07-05 Ghana welcomes football heroes Ghana
J. 07-05 Nigeria 'drops team ban threat' Nigeria

Fans pour into capital to watch World Cup. Somalia   Spain reached the World Cup final Map of Durban South Africa
FIFA to probe N. Korean pressure. North Korea   Maradona out as Argentine coach   Argentina: Diego Maradona's contract as coach of the Argentine national soccer team will not be renewed. Sergio Batista will temporarily coach the team Forlan named World Cup's best player. South Africa   Spain win World Cup in extra time

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  Johannesburg: Andres Iniesta scores with four minutes left in extra time to give Spain their first World Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands
 Nelson Mandela is in the crowd. A game littered with 13 yellow cards and one red is settled by a moment of magic. Spain: Iker Casillas (capt); Sergio Ramos, Carles Puyol, Gerard Pique, Joan Capdevila; Sergio Busquets, Xabi Alonso; Andres Iniesta, Xavi, Pedro; David Villa Coach: Vicente Del Bosque (ESP) Referee: Howard Webb (ENG)
   South Africa: A second-half header from Carles Puyol secured a narrow victory over Germany after an intriguing match

  Cape Town: The Netherlands reached their third World Cup final with a 3-2 win over Uruguay in a dramatic semifinal.    Sneijder scored his fifth goal in South Africa and van Bronckhorst added one of the goals. Robben ...
Jul.5 Ghana welcomes football heroes   Nigeria 'drops team ban threat'  The government has rescinded its decision to ban the national football team from all competitions, according to reports Jul.3   Spain wins over Paraguay
  Johannesburg: David Villa put the European champions into the semifinals for the first time with a hard-fought 1-0 victory as both teams missed a penalty
  Germans blow Argentina away 4-0
  Cape Town: Three-time champions marched into the semifinals of the World Cup after destroying Diego Maradona's highly-rated Argentina side
Jul.2   Dutch knock Brazil out of World Cup Map of Port Elizabeth South Africa   South Africa: The Netherlands came from a goal down to beat 10-man Brazil 2-1 in their quarterfinal clash. Melo was sent off for stamping on Robben   Uruguay beat Ghana on penalties  Johannesburg: Uruguay beat Ghana in a dramatic penalty shoot out to reach the semifinals of the World Cup where they will face the Netherlands Jun.30 Nigeria suspends soccer team Jun.29   Paraguay beat Japan on penalties, 5-3    South Africa: Paraguay booked a place in the last eight of the World Cup for the very first time in their history only after a dramatic penalty shoot out   FIFA apologizes to England, Mexico   South Africa: FIFA president Sepp Blatter has done a U-turn over the use of goal-line technology and apologized for controversial refereeing decisions Jun.28 Brazil storm into quarterfinals  Johannesburg: The five-time world champions turned on the style to defeat their South American rivals Chile 3-0   Dutch outclass Slovakia    South Africa: Arjen Robben and Wesley Sneijder fired the Netherlands into the quarterfinals of the 2010 World Cup with a 2-1 victory over Slovakia France soccer head resigns. Paris Jun.27   Argentina disposed of Mexico, 3-1  Johannesburg: Carlos Tevez scored twice. Replays showed he was offside when he received the ball   Germany thrash England Map of Bloemfontein South Africa   South Africa: England suffer their heaviest defeat at a World Cup finals as Germany crush them 4-1 to go through to the quarter-finals Jun.26   Uruguay advances over South Korea    South Africa: Uruguay is headed to the World Cup quarterfinals for the first time in 40 years after beating South Korea 2-1   Ghana seal win over US, 2-1    South Africa: Ghana became only the third African side to reach the quarter-final stage at a World Cup after Gyan smashed home an extra-time winner   Uruguay 2-1 South Korea    South Africa: Striker Luis Suarez scored a spectacular winner to earn Uruguay a place in the World Cup quarters-finals Jun.25   Spain beat Chile to top spot    South Africa: Spain beat ten-man Chile to finish top of Group H and avoid a last 16 clash with tournament favorites Brazil Jun.24   Japan beat Denmark to join last 16    South Africa: Japan have comfortably beaten Denmark 3-1 at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg to book their place in the last 16 of the World Cup   Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia  Johannesburg: Reigning champions were sensationally knocked out by Slovakia that clinched a place in the last 16 with victory in a match of incredible drama and tension Jun.23   U.S. and England qualify   South Africa: England saw off Slovenia 1-0 while the Americans scored an injury-time winner through Landon Donovan to beat Algeria 1-0 Jun.22 Argentina secure top spot. South Africa France's nightmare ends, hosts fall short. South Africa Jun.20 New Zealand hold Italy. South Africa French football turmoil after row. South Africa Jun.18 Germany stunned by Serbia at World Cup. South Africa Jun.17 Mexico sink sorry French. South Africa Jun.16 S. Africa's dream halted by Uruguay. South Africa Switzerland stun Spain. South Africa Jun.14 Italy stumble to Cup draw with Paraguay. Cape Town Jun.13 Ghana take first African win. South Africa Jun.12 Green blunder costs England victory vs US. South Africa Jun.11 South Africa ties Mexico in Cup opener  Johannesburg: Hosts opened the 2010 World Cup with a 1-1 draw with Mexico as the world's greatest sporting spectacle arrived on the African continent for the first time

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