Tuesday, June 27, 2006

2nd Round: Games 5-8

I dont really want to talk about yesterdays games, and Ill talk about todays briefly. Ghana played really well against Brazil I think, but just didnt know how to finish, it was unfortunate. Brazil didnt look like Brazil much, apart from rare moments, and towards the end. Well, Ghana didnt deserve to win, but 3-0 is a little harsh. France and Spain...great game, France really looked a lot better than before, and Spain looked great too. But I was upset that Henry, my favourite player, had to resort to a dive to secure the 2nd goal. Oh well. Ribery was great though.

Posted by illogicist at 2:02 PM


  1. Blogger Samyah posted at 6/27/2006 05:38:00 PM  
    I saw a bit of the Spain/France game, it looked good! I caught the penalty Spain got when a French player knocked one down, and after that I kinda wanted them to win.. but oh well!
  2. Blogger illogicist posted at 6/28/2006 12:47:00 AM  
    I was kinda going for Spain, because theyve been more impressive in the tournament thus far. Actually, I dont really mind France winning. They looked good (Apart from Henry, who really needs Trezeguet partnering him up front). I just want a team that can beat Brazil - I didnt like how they played against Ghana. I'd like them to be beaten...
  3. Blogger NiGhTFaCe posted at 6/30/2006 03:05:00 PM  
    It was more to Spain giving the game to France rather than France winning them.

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