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    South Africa 1 : 1 Mexico

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    France 0 : 0 Uruguay






















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    South Korea 2 : 0 Greece



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    Argentina v Nigeria 1-0

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    England vs USA 1-1

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    Default Algeria 0:1 Slovenia

    Slovenia sneak win to go top
    A late goal from Robert Koren handed Slovenia their first-ever FIFA World Cup victory as well as the top spot in Group C as they beat 10-man Algeria 1-0 in Polokwane.








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    Default Ghana snatch win as Serbia self-destruct

    SERBIA 0 GHANA 1


    Ghana emerged deserved winners over Serbia in their Group D opener, although they needed a little help from their opponents and a late penalty to seize the points.







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    Netherlands 2 - Denmark 0

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    Honda creates history for Japan


    Japan 1 - Cameroon 0

    Japan recorded their first FIFA World Cup win on foreign soil after Keisuke Honda's first-half goal downed Cameroon at the Free State Stadium.





















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    Default Italy 1 : 1 paraguay






    Italy and Paraguay share spoils
    Italy opened their FIFA World Cup™ defence with a come-from-behind 1-1 draw in Group F against Paraguay on a rainy Monday night in Cape Town.
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    New Zealand 1:1 Slovakia


    All Whites snatch last-gasp point

    A last-gasp Winston Reid header snatched New Zealand an improbable draw against a dominant Slovakia side in their Group F opener in Rustenburg.




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    Default Portugal 0 : 0 ivory coast








    The Group G stalemate was almost broken by Cristiano Ronaldo who thumped a post in the first half and then by Didier Drogba who crossed instead of shooting with a late chance.

    But in a result that favours Brazil, who play North Korea later in the Ellis Park stadium, neither side was able to break the deadlock.

    Coah Sven Goran Eriksson chose not to start with his captain Drogba who broke his arm on just before the World Cup. The Chelsea man started on the bench and Gervinho joined Aruna Dindane and Salomon Kalou in a three-pronged attack.

    For Carloz Quieroz’s Portugal, Real Madrid striker Ronaldo was wearing the captain’s armband and looking to end 15 months without an international goal.
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    Default Brazil 2 korea 1

    Brazil beat resilient Koreans
    Brazil secured an opening 2-1 victory over Korea DPR through goals from Maicon and Elano but the Asian outsiders made them work hard for their win.









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    South Africa 0 - Uruguay 3



    Group A looks too close to call after two draws on the opening day, but hosts South Africa and Uruguay should have a clearer idea of their destinies at this FIFA World Cup™ after what promises to be a hotly contested encounter in the heartland of Tshwane/Pretoria. While it is far-fetched to suggest that their Loftus Versfeld Stadium encounter will be decisive, a victory for either side would go a long way to booking a place in the Round of 16.





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    Spain-Switzerland



    Spain can expect some chilly temperatures in Durban when they take on Switzerland in what will be their 50th FIFA World Cup™ finals match. The heat will almost certainly be on the Swiss, however, who have yet to beat La Roja in 18 attempts.


    Swiss shock kings of Europe

    Switzerland pulled off the biggest surprise so far at this FIFA World Cup™ as Gelson Fernandes's second-half strike downed Spain.

    Spain 0:1 Switzerland





    Switzerland pulled off the biggest shock so far at this FIFA World Cup™ as Gelson Fernandes's strike against the run of play earned them a 1-0 win against European champions and joint-tournament favourites Spain. Vicente del Bosque's team predictably dominated possession but were hit on the break seven minutes into the second half as the Swiss recorded a first win over Spain in 19 attempts.

    Stylish Spain had all of the ball in the early stages in Durban, painting pretty patterns around the pitch with astounding ease as the Switzerland chased and harried. The Swiss hardly got a sniff of the ball in the first quarter-hour but were not unduly troubled either as Spain failed to turn their elegant control and ball play into concrete attempts on goal. Their first chance of any real substance came after 25 minutes. After coming forward for a free-kick, centre-back Gerard Pique remained in an advanced position and collected a brilliant through-ball from the lively Andres Iniesta, back from injury in time to make the starting XI. Turning his man with the acumen of a seasoned striker, the tall defender was only denied at the last by the legs of Diego Benaglio, who came roaring bravely off his line.






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    Honduras 0 Chile 1


    Beausejour ends Chile wait

    Chile ended a wait of almost half a century for a victory on the world stage by defeating Honduras 1-0 in their opening Group H game in Nelspruit.




    Chile ended a wait of almost half a century for a victory on the world stage by defeating Honduras 1-0 in their opening Group H game in Nelspruit.

    If there was a touch of fortune about Jean Beausejour's 34th-minute winner – Roger Espinoza's attempted clearance striking him as the pair slid in to meet a cross – it was the least Chile deserved for an impressive attacking display that had Honduras on the ropes for much of the 90 minutes at the Mbombela Stadium. For Chile, it was a victory exactly 48 years in the making – the South Americans had not won a FIFA World Cup™ match since defeating Yugoslavia in the match for third place on home soil on this very day in 1962. Moreover, they had never won outside their home continent but they showed here just why they were strong enough to finish second in South American qualifying.













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    Argentina-Korea Republic preview





    Group B's early pacesetters meet at Ellis Park knowing that a second victory could potentially seal their progress to the last 16. Argentina and Korea Republic won their respective opening games against Nigeria and Greece although both have different goals for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™, with the South Americans' sights fixed firmly on a third title and the South Koreans chasing qualification for the knockout rounds for the first time beyond their own shores.

    The match
    Argentina-Korea Republic, Group B, Johannesburg (Ellis Park), Thursday 17 June, 13.30 (local time)

    The two coaches are no strangers to each other having featured in their teams' meeting at Mexico 1986, where La Albiceleste ran out 3-1 winners. South Korean coach Hun Jung-Moo had the unenviable job of man-marking Diego Maradona that day – a thankless task for anybody in a tournament where today's Argentina coach inspired his country to their second FIFA World Cup triumph.

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    Lionel Messi v Park Ji-Sung

    After doing everything but score against Nigeria, Messi will hope for better luck in front of goal in his team's second outing at Ellis Park. If Messi is pivotal to Argentina's hopes, the same can be said of Park Ji-Sung, who underlined his talismanic status against Greece by sealing Korea Republic's victory with a wonderful solo strike of which Messi himself would have been proud.

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    4 –Argentina have reached four FIFA World Cup Finals, beating the Netherlands in 1978 and West Germany in 1986 but losing out to Uruguay in 1930 and the Germans in 1990. Korea Republic finished fourth on home soil eight years ago which remains the best-ever result by an Asian team on the world stage.

    What they say
    "Comparing ourselves with other teams, we have played some of the best football in the competition and created more chances than anybody else so far. Now we need to take the games as they come. We are still one of the favourites and that is why we are here – to win this World Cup," Gonzalo Higuain, Argentina forward.

    "To be honest we are a little nervous heading into the match-up with Argentina as they have some of the world's best players. But we are not intimidated by their qualities and we have unwavering confidence in ourselves. They may boast Messi, but we can count on captain Park Ji-Sung to lead us to a good result," Kim Nam-Il, Korea Republic midfielder.





    Higuain's hat-trick sinks South Koreans

    Argentina went on a scoring spree against Korea Republic with Gonzalo Higuain firing the first hat-trick of this FIFA World Cup to take a huge step towards the last 16.





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    france 0 mexico 2


    No margin for error in Polokwane

    After drawing their opening Group A matches, France and Mexico go into their meeting in Polokwane knowing that defeat could end their hopes of reaching the last 16.




    Mexico subs shoot down France




    Substitutes Javier Hernandez and Cuauhtemoc Blanco were on target as Mexico claimed a thoroughly deserved 2-0 win over France in Polokwane.









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    SOUTH AFRICA 0 URUGUAY 3

    Forlan silences South Africa

    A Diego Forlan double silenced the crowd for the first time during South Africa 2010 as Uruguay dealt the host nation's chance of reaching the last 16 of the FIFA World Cup a major blow.










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