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18 Jun 2010 10:17:16

NU Mad - World Cup Report - Friday

Fabio Capello insists he will forget all about Robert Green's woeful World Cup blunder.   Fabio Capello: "When I chose Green last week he was in good form. "He played very well in the first half of the friendly against Mexico. And even last week, the outcome was good for the team because usually you would lose the game after a mistake like that. "But I have to choose the value of different players, not just think about their mistakes. I have to justify selecting the keeper I choose. "In my first year in management, I would tell the players if they were playing on the day before. "I would speak with them after dinner. But three times someone got injured and then it was difficult to get the other player ready to play. So I stopped. I have not done it since." "I respect the Algeria. "They have scored a lot from counter-attacks and set-pieces and I have learned a lot about them. It would be a big mistake to think this game will be easy." Algeria coach Rabah Saadane hopes his side can take inspiration from Switzerland's shock win over Spain when they face England. Saadane: "I would like to do the same as Switzerland. "Obviously this is something trainers watch very closely, so there is lots to be learned from each match. But everybody plays with their own means, each team is different. "I think it will be an important match for both teams. I think we'll see a good match, it's the World Cup so undoubtedly it will be a fine spectacle and that's the interest of the tournament. "I have a lot of respect for Mr Capello and the England team. We don't have any questions to ask and we're looking forward to the match. "We've seen how they play, let me say again that we have no complexes (about being under-estimated), we will play as well as we can to produce a good performance and a good match. "I don't think we'll play like North Korea against Brazil or Switzerland against Spain, we'll play differently because we have different human components and we play according to our possibilities. "England are the team under pressure. "They are the ones who claimed that they came to win the World Cup. "England have their backs to the wall. We have nothing to lose and everything to win." ARGENTINA 4 SOUTH KOREA 1 Gonzalo Higuain scored the first hat-trick of the World Cup as Argentina all but assured themselves a place in the last 16 with an impressive 4-1 victory over South Korea at Soccer City. Diego Maradona's men were on top from the time they took the lead through a Park Chu-young own goal in the 17th minute. Higuain doubled the advantage after 33 minutes, but a lapse in concentration from Martin Demichelis on the stroke of half-time allowed Lee Chung-yong to give his side hope. After briefly threatening a comeback early in the second half, the Koreans faded thanks to a double from Real Madrid striker Higuain that handed his side maximum points from their opening two fixtures in Group B. The first real chance of the match fell to Higuain on the right after good build-up play involving Carlos Tevez and Lionel Messi, but the shot was lashed over. It did not take much longer, though, for the first goal to arrive, a nicely flighted free-kick from Barcelona forward Messi on the left caught out Park Chu-young as he deflected the ball into his own net. Almost immediately after the restart, another direct run from Messi saw the ball fall into the path of Maxi Rodriguez, who pulled his 20-yard strike wide. Ki Sung-yong tried to hit back for the Koreans, sending a dipping long-range strike narrowly over the crossbar. Walter Samuel, who hardly broke sweat in the opening quarter, was then forced off with what looked like a hamstring problem - the Inter Milan defender replaced by Nicolas Burdisso. Tevez almost doubled the advantage shortly before the half-hour mark when his fizzing 20-yard free-kick continued to rise and ended up in the north stand at Soccer City. But that lead was extended when a short free-kick on the left came to Rodriguez, whose ball into the box was flicked on by Burdisso to Higuain, who put his free header beyond the helpless Jung Sung-ryong. The Korean goalkeeper prevented his side from falling further behind in the 40th minute - first coming off his line to punch away a cross-shot from the right by Higuain. He then made a flying save to tip over Angel di Maria's shot from the edge of the box, but was beaten minutes before the break when Messi's enterprising skill ended with a curling shot beyond the right-hand post. As the seconds wound down, Demichelis took his eye off a header from Park Chu-young, allowing Bolton midfielder Lee to nip in and score. Argentina again looked threatening at the start of the second half, with Tevez and Di Maria combining to set up Higuain for a free header six yards out that was excellently tipped away by Jung. Manchester City striker Tevez then cut in from the left, before unleashing a low dipping shot that was well dealt with by the Korean keeper. Yeom Ki-hun should have drawn his side level after 55 minutes when he was put clean through on the right following a quick break, but found the side netting after opting to use his left foot instead of the right. The big chances dried up for the South Americans thereafter - Messi and Higuain firing straight at Jung - and Maradona threw in Sergio Aguero for Tevez. The moved proved an instant hit with the Atletico Madrid forward playing in Messi on the left - his initial shot was blocked by Jung and the rebound shot hit the base of the left upright and fell to Higuain for a simple tap-in. That was in the 76th minute and four minutes later the Real Madrid star completed his hat-trick after nodding in Aguero's cross at the back post. Messi, desperate to open his account in South Africa, and Aguero missed late chances to add to Korea's woes as the Albiceleste completed a commanding win. ARGENTINA: Romero, Gutierrez, Demichelis, Samuel (Burdisso 23),Heinze, Maxi, Mascherano, Di Maria, Higuain (Bolatti 82),Messi, Tevez (Aguero 75). Goals: Chu-Young Park 16 og, Higuain 33, 76, 80. SOUTH KOREA: Jung, Oh, Cho, Jung-Soo Lee, Young-Pyo Lee,Chung-Yong Lee, Ki (Nam-Il Kim 46), Jung-Woo Kim, Yeom,Ji-Sung Park, Chu-Young Park (Dong-Gook Lee 81). Goal: Chung-Yong Lee 45. GREECE 2 NIGERIA 1 A blunder by Vincent Enyeama handed Greece their first victory at the fifth attempt in two World Cup finals as they beat Nigeria 2-1. It also maintains their slim hopes of an appearance in the next stage although their final Group B game is against Argentina. Enyeama, whose side were down to 10 men following Sani Kaita's red card, failed to deal with a soft shot from Alexandros Tziolis in the 72nd minute. The rebound fell to Vasileios Torosidis, who toe-poked the ball home to give Greece victory. Nigeria now face an early exit. Yet the game had started so well for them. They took the lead after 16 minutes following a defensive howler by their opponents. Greece failed to cut out an inswinging free-kick from Kalu Uche and goalkeeper Alexandros Tzorvas was left rooted to the spot as the ball nestled in the net behind him. While Uche celebrated, Tzorvas was left shaking his head in disbelief. It was an early setback for Greece following their opening-day defeat by South Korea. They responded 13 minutes later when skipper Georgios Karagounis tried to chip Enyeama from distance but the goalkeeper was able to make a comfortable save. Then Karagounis floated in a corner only for Liverpool defender Sotirios Kyrgiakos to send his header high over the bar. The match took a dramatic twist in the 34th minute when Nigeria were reduced to 10 men. Kaita was handed a straight red card by referee Oscar Ruiz following a tussle with Torosidis. Kaita showed his studs to the defender and was immediately banished to the dressing room. Greece coach Otto Rehhagel reacted by bringing on striker Georgios Samaras instead of defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos two minutes later. And they almost drew level in the 39th minute only for Enyeama to superbly block a shot from Salpingidis. Greece stepped up the pace and Samaras then saw his effort cleared off the line by Lukman Haruna. Nigeria were finally breached a minute before the break when Salpingidis scored the equaliser, his effort deflecting off a defender after Konstantinos Katsouranis had played the ball into his path. It was a historic moment for Greece - their first goal in the finals. Nigeria made a confident start to the second half and Uche saw his clever cross palmed on to the roof of the net by Enyeama in the 48th minute. Greece hit back and Kyrgiakos sent a header at the back post into the arms of Enyeama seven minutes later following a corner from Karagounis. They kept pushing forward and Thefonais Gekas saw his close-range effort parried by the goalkeeper in the 59th minute. Nigeria launched a swift counter attack and Aiyegbeni Yakubu's shot was blocked by Tzorvas. The ball broke to substitute Chinedu Obasi but he somehow managed to find the wrong side of the post when it seemed easier to score. Nigeria were again grateful to Enyeama in the 68th minute when he clawed away a powerful header from Samaras. Then came the mistake by the goalkeeper although he did well to beat away Tziolis's effort in stoppage time to prevent Greece extending their lead. GREECE: Tzorvas, Kyrgiakos, Vyntra, Papadopoulos, Torosidis,Tziolis, Papastathopoulos (Samaras 36), Katsouranis,Karagounis, Gekas (Ninis 79), Salpingidis. Goals: Salpingidis 44, Torosidis 71. NIGERIA: Enyeama, Odiah, Yobo, Shittu, Taiwo (Echiejile 55),Kaita, Etuhu, Haruna, Uche, Yakubu,Odemwingie (Obasi Ogbuke 46), Echiejile (Afolabi 77). Goal: Uche 16. MEXICO 2 FRANCE 0 New Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez enhanced his burgeoning reputation with the opening goal as Mexico took a significant step towards qualification from Group A and hastened France's early exit with a 1-0 victory at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane. Just nine minutes after coming off the bench the 22-year-old, who will officially move to Old Trafford from Chivas in a £7million deal next month, sprang the offside trap to race on to Rafael Marquez's pass, round goalkeeper Hugo Lloris and coolly slot home. Veteran striker and cult hero Cuauhtemoc Blanco then sealed victory with a 79th-minute penalty. It was Mexico's first win over France at senior level and no less than they deserved after a performance full of vigour and attacking invention. For the French, winners on home soil in 1998 and runners-up four years ago, the prospect of ignominious failure looms large - a draw in the game between Mexico and Uruguay will take both teams through. Captain Patrice Evra may have shed a tear during the playing of La Marseillaise but there would have been many more Frenchman crying into their sauvignon blanc after another disappointing performance from Les Bleus. The Manchester United defender had dismissed claims of disharmony within the camp at the pre-match press conference. But everything about the team's demeanour spoke volumes: from the substitutes with what appeared to be tartan picnic rugs over their legs like a geriatrics' outing to coach Raymond Domenech's return to the dug-out a good minute before his players came out of the tunnel for the second half. Most of the fluid, attacking football was played by Mexico, particularly before the interval. Uruguay's win over South Africa to go top of the group had increased the pressure on both sides but they responded with some refreshingly open, if not decisive, play. Early on Franck Ribery's 35-yard free-kick bounced in front of Oscar Perez but, unlike Algeria's Faouzi Chaouchi who blundered on this semi-artificial pitch on Sunday, the Mexico goalkeeper collected easily. But whereas France were restricted to set-pieces, Mexico looked dangerous from open play. Marquez's ball over the top saw three team-mates set off in pursuit; Arsenal's Carlos Vela reached it first but could not keep his 12-yard volley down. Former West Ham striker Guillermo Franco was no closer when he all-too-easily turned William Gallas on the edge of the penalty area. Mexico left-back Carlos Salcido twice went close, drilling wide of Lloris' left-hand post and then shooting straight at the goalkeeper. Even the loss of Vela, being watched by Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, to injury just after the half-hour did not interrupt the North Americans' fluency as substitute Pablo Barrera was straight into the action when Lloris punched Salcido's cross against him and was fortunate to see the ball bounce wide. Giovani dos Santos flashed a shot wide before Jeremy Toulalan was booked in added time, ruling him out of France's final group match against South Africa. The second half began with Andre Pierre Gignac coming on for Nicolas Anelka and Chelsea team-mate Florent Malouda, restored to the starting line-up at the expense of Yoann Gourcuff, having a shot tipped over by Perez. But the introduction of Hernandez for Efrain Juarez soon after had an almost immediate impact. His pace took him clear of the defence and his talent did the rest. When Abidal brought down Barrera, Blanco side-footed home from the spot to spark wild Mexican celebrations. FRANCE: Lloris, Sagna, Gallas, Abidal, Evra,Govou (Valbuena 69), Toulalan, Diaby, Malouda, Ribery,Anelka (Gignac 46). MEXICO: Perez, Osorio, Moreno, Rodriguez, Salcido, Marquez,Giovani, Juarez (Hernandez 55), Torrado, Vela (Barrera 31),Franco (Blanco 62). Goals: Hernandez 64, Blanco 79 pen. GROUP A FIXTURES Friday, 11 June 2010SOUTH AFRICA 1 MEXICO 1 SOUTH AFRICA: Khune, Gaxa, Mokoena, Khumalo,Thwala (Masilela 45), Tshabalala, Dikgacoi, Letsholonyane,Modise, Pienaar (Parker 83), Mphela. Goal: Tshabalala 55. MEXICO: Perez, Aguilar (Guardado 56), Rodriguez, Osorio,Salcido, Torrado, Marquez, Juarez, Giovani,Franco (Hernandez 73), Vela (Blanco 69). Goal: Marquez 79. URUGUAY 0 FRANCE 0 URUGUAY: Muslera, Victorino, Lugano, Godin, Pereira,Maxi Pereira, Perez (Eguren 87), Arevalo Rios,Gonzalez (Lodeiro 63), Forlan, Suarez (Abreu 73). FRANCE: Lloris, Sagna, Gallas, Abidal, Evra, Govou (Gignac 85),Gourcuff (Malouda 75), Toulalan, Diaby, Ribery,Anelka (Henry 71). Wednesday, 16 June 2010SOUTH AFRICA 0 URUGUAY 3 SOUTH AFRICA: Khune, Gaxa, Mokoena, Khumalo, Masilela, Tshabalala, Dikgacoi, Letsholonyane (Moriri 57), Modise, Pienaar (Josephs 79), Mphela. URUGUAY: Muslera, Maxi Pereira, Lugano, Godin, Fucile (Alvaro Fernandez 71), Arevalo Rios, Perez (Gargano 90), Pereira, Suarez, Forlan, Cavani (Sebastian Fernandez 89). Goals: Forlan 24, 80 pen, Pereira 90. Thursday, 17 June 2010FRANCE 0 MEXICO 2 FRANCE: Lloris, Sagna, Gallas, Abidal, Evra,Govou (Valbuena 69), Toulalan, Diaby, Malouda, Ribery,Anelka (Gignac 46). MEXICO: Perez, Osorio, Moreno, Rodriguez, Salcido, Marquez,Giovani, Juarez (Hernandez 55), Torrado, Vela (Barrera 31),Franco (Blanco 62). Goals: Hernandez 64, Blanco 79 pen. Tuesday, 22 June 2010France v South Africa, 15:00Mexico v Uruguay, 15:00 GROUP B FIXTURES Saturday, 12 June 2010SOUTH KOREA 2 GREECE 0 SOUTH KOREA: Jung, Cha, Cho, Jung-Soo Lee, Young-Pyo Lee,Chung-Yong Lee (Jae-Sung Kim 90), Ki (Nam-Il Kim 74),Jung-Woo Kim, Ji-Sung Park, Chu-Young Park (Seung-Youl Lee 87),Yeom. Goals: Jung-Soo Lee 7, Ji-Sung Park 52. GREECE: Tzorvas, Torosidis, Papadopoulos, Vyntra, Seitaridis,Samaras (Salpingidis 59), Tziolis, Katsouranis,Karagounis (Patsatzoglou 46), Charisteas (Kapetanos 61), Gekas. ARGENTINA 1 NIGERIA 0 ARGENTINA: Romero, Gutierrez, Demichelis, Samuel, Heinze,Veron (Maxi 74), Mascherano, Di Maria (Burdisso 85), Tevez,Messi, Higuain (Milito 79). Goal: Heinze 6. NIGERIA: Enyeama, Odiah, Yobo, Shittu, Taiwo (Uche 74), Kaita,Etuhu, Haruna, Obasi Ogbuke (Odemwingie 60), Yakubu,Obinna (Martins 52). Thursday, 17 June 2010ARGENTINA 4 SOUTH KOREA 1 ARGENTINA: Romero, Gutierrez, Demichelis, Samuel (Burdisso 23),Heinze, Maxi, Mascherano, Di Maria, Higuain (Bolatti 82),Messi, Tevez (Aguero 75). Goals: Chu-Young Park 16 og, Higuain 33, 76, 80. SOUTH KOREA: Jung, Oh, Cho, Jung-Soo Lee, Young-Pyo Lee,Chung-Yong Lee, Ki (Nam-Il Kim 46), Jung-Woo Kim, Yeom,Ji-Sung Park, Chu-Young Park (Dong-Gook Lee 81). Goal: Chung-Yong Lee 45. GREECE 2 NIGERIA 1 Tuesday, 22 June 2010Greece v Argentina, 19:30Nigeria v South Korea, 19:30 GREECE: Tzorvas, Kyrgiakos, Vyntra, Papadopoulos, Torosidis,Tziolis, Papastathopoulos (Samaras 36), Katsouranis,Karagounis, Gekas (Ninis 79), Salpingidis. Goals: Salpingidis 44, Torosidis 71. NIGERIA: Enyeama, Odiah, Yobo, Shittu, Taiwo (Echiejile 55),Kaita, Etuhu, Haruna, Uche, Yakubu,Odemwingie (Obasi Ogbuke 46), Echiejile (Afolabi 77). Goal: Uche 16.   GROUP C FIXTURES Saturday, 12 June 2010ENGLAND 1 USA 1 ENGLAND: Green, Johnson, Terry, King (Carragher 46),Ashley Cole, Lennon, Lampard, Gerrard,Milner (Wright-Phillips 30), Heskey (Crouch 79), Rooney. Goal: Gerrard 4. USA: Howard, Cherundolo, DeMerit, Onyewu, Bocanegra, Dempsey,Bradley, Clark, Donovan, Findley (Buddle 77),Altidore (Holden 86). Goal: Dempsey 40. Sunday, 13 June 2010ALGERIA 0 SLOVENIA 1 ALGERIA: Chaouchi, Bougherra, Yahia, Halliche, Belhadj,Kadir (Guedioura 82), Lacen, Ziani, Yebda,Djebbour (Ghezzal 58), Matmour (Saifi 80). SLOVENIA: Samir Handanovic, Brecko, Suler, Cesar, Jokic, Kirm,Koren, Radosavljevic (Komac 87), Birsa (Pecnik 84), Novakovic,Dedic (Ljubijankic 52). Goal: Koren 79. Friday, 18 June 2010Slovenia v USA, 15:00England v Algeria, 19:30 Wednesday, 23 June 2010Slovenia v England, 15:00USA v Algeria, 15:00 GROUP D FIXTURES Sunday, 13 June 2010SERBIA 0 GHANA 1 SERBIA: Stojkovic, Ivanovic, Lukovic, Vidic, Kolarov, Krasic, Milijas (Kuzmanovic 62), Stankovic, Jovanovic (Subotic 76), Pantelic, Zigic (Lazovic 69). GHANA: Kingson, Pantsil, Vorsah, John Mensah, Sarpei, Tagoe, Annan, Kevin-Prince Boateng (Addy 90), Andre Ayew, Asamoah (Appiah 73), Gyan (Owusu-Abeyie 90). Goal: Gyan 84 pen. GERMANY 4 AUSTRALIA 0 GERMANY: Neuer, Lahm, Friedrich, Mertesacker, Badstuber,Schweinsteiger, Khedira, Muller, Ozil (Gomez 73),Podolski (Marin 81), Klose (Cacau 69). Goals: Podolski 8, Klose 27, Muller 68, Cacau 70. AUSTRALIA: Schwarzer, Wilkshire, Moore, Neill, Chipperfield,Valeri, Grella (Holman 46), Emerton (Jedinak 74), Culina,Garcia (Rukavytsya 64), Cahill. Friday, 18 June 2010Germany v Serbia, 12:30 Saturday, 19 June 2010Ghana v Australia, 15:00 Wednesday, 23 June 2010Australia v Serbia, 19:30Ghana v Germany, 19:30 GROUP E FIXTURES Monday, 14 June 2010HOLLAND 2 DENMARK 0 HOLLAND: Stekelenburg, Van Der Wiel, Heitinga, Mathijsen,Van Bronckhorst, Kuyt, Van Bommel, De Jong (De Zeeuw 88),Van der Vaart (Elia 67), Sneijder, van Persie (Afellay 77). Goals: Agger 46 og, Kuyt 85. DENMARK: Sorensen, Jacobsen, Agger, Kjaer, Simon Poulsen,Enevoldsen (Gronkjaer 56), Christian Poulsen,Kahlenberg (Eriksen 72), Jorgensen, Rommedahl,Bendtner (Beckmann 62). JAPAN 1 CAMEROON 0 JAPAN: Kawashima, Nagatomo, Nakazawa, Tanaka, Komano,Matsui (Okazaki 68), Honda, Abe, Hasebe (Inamoto 88), Endo,Okubo (Yano 81). Goal: Honda 38. CAMEROON: Hamidou, M'bia Etoundi, N'Koulou, Bassong,Assou-Ekotto, Matip (Emana 63), Makoun (Njitap 75), Enoh,Eto'o, Webo, Choupo-Moting (Idrissou 75). Saturday, 19 June 2010Netherlands v Japan, 12:30Cameroon v Denmark, 19:30 Thursday, 24 June 2010Cameroon v Netherlands, 19:30Denmark v Japan, 19:30 GROUP F FIXTURES Monday, 14 June 2010ITALY 1 PARAGUAY 1 ITALY: Buffon (Marchetti 46), Zambrotta, Cannavaro, Chiellini,Criscito, De Rossi, Marchisio (Camoranesi 59), Montolivo, Pepe,Gilardino (Di Natale 72), Iaquinta. Goal: De Rossi 63. PARAGUAY: Villar, Bonet, Alcaraz, Da Silva, Morel Rodriguez,Vera, Victor Caceres, Riveros, Torres (Santana 60),Haedo Valdez (Santa Cruz 68), Barrios (Cardozo 76). Goal: Alcaraz 39. Tuesday, 15 June 2010NEW ZEALAND 1 SOLVAKIA 1 NEW ZEALAND: Paston, Reid, Nelsen, Vicelich (Christie 78),Smith, Bertos, Elliott, Lochhead, Fallon, Smeltz,Killen (Wood 72). Goal: Reid 90. SLOVAKIA: Mucha, Zabavnik, Durica, Skrtel, Cech, Strba, Weiss,Sestak (Holosko 81), Hamsik (Kucka 90), Vittek (Stoch 84),Jendrisek. Goal: Vittek 50. Sunday, 20 June 2010Slovakia v Paraguay, 12:30Italy v New Zealand, 15:00 Thursday, 24 June 2010Paraguay v New Zealand, 15:00Slovakia v Italy, 15:00 GROUP G FIXTURES Tuesday, 15 June 2010IVORY COAST 0 PORTUGAL 0 IVORY COAST: Barry, Demel, Toure, Zokora, Tiene,Eboue (Romaric 88), Toure Yaya, Tiote, Gervinho (Keita 82),Dindane, Kalou (Drogba 65). PORTUGAL:  Eduardo, Ferreira, Bruno Alves, Carvalho, Fabio Coentrao, Deco (Tiago 62), Mendes,Raul Meireles (Ruben Amorim 85), Ronaldo, Liedson,Danny (Simao 55). BRAZIL 2 NORTH KOREA 1 BRAZIL: Julio Cesar, Maicon, Lucio, Juan, Michel Bastos,Felipe Melo (Ramires 84), Silva, Elano (Dani Alves 73),Kaka (Nilmar 78), Robinho, Luis Fabiano. Goals: Maicon 55, Elano 72. NORTH KOREA: Myong-Guk Ri, Cha, Chol-Jin Pak, Nam-Chol Pak,Kwang-Chon Ri, Mun (Kum-il Kim 80), Jun-Il Ri, Ji, Hong, Ahn,Jong. Goal: Ji 89. Sunday, 20 June 2010Brazil v Ivory Coast, 19:30 Monday, 21 June 2010Portugal v North Korea, 12:30 Friday, 25 June 2010North Korea v Ivory Coast, 15:00Portugal v Brazil, 15:00 GROUP H FIXTURES Wednesday, 16 June 2010HONDURAS 0 CHILE 1 HONDURAS: Valladares, Mendoza, Chavez, Figueroa, Izaguirre,Wilson Palacios, Guevara (Thomas 65), Alvarez,Nunez (Martinez 78), Espinoza, Pavon (Welcome 60). CHILE: Bravo, Isla, Medel, Ponce, Vidal (Contreras 81),Millar (Jara 52), Carmona, Fernandez, Sanchez,Valdivia (Gonzalez 87), Beausejour. Goal: Beausejour 34. SPAIN 0 SWITZERLAND 0 SPAIN: Casillas, Sergio Ramos, Puyol, Pique, Capdevila,Busquets (Torres 61), Silva (Jesus Navas 61), Alonso, Xavi,Iniesta (Pedro 77), Villa. SWITZERLAND: Benaglio, Lichtsteiner, Senderos (Von Bergen 35),Grichting, Ziegler, Barnetta (Eggiman 90), Inler, Huggel,Fernandes, Derdiyok (Yakin 79), Nkufo. Goal: Fernandes 52. Monday, 21 June 2010Chile v Switzerland, 15:00Spain v Honduras, 19:30 Friday, 25 June 2010Chile v Spain, 19:30Switzerland v Honduras, 19:30  


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