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World Cup 2010

Brazil got a pretty tough draw in World Cup 2010. Five-times world champion was hang out with two tough teams, Portugal and Côte d'Ivoire; North.
Gathering Korean plus Brazil, Portugal, Ivory Coast and North Korea in Group G were the most conspicuous of the draw which was held in Cape Town, Saturday (5 / 12 / 2009) dawn WIB.Instead Brazil, countries which also have excellent relatively tough group is Dutch. Oranje gather together Danish, Japan and Cameroon in Group E. Germany also got a lottery that is not easy though on paper they were seeded. Der Panzer joined in Group D along with Australia,

Serbia and dijumapi similar Ghana.Situasi by Argentina. Double world champion who had limped in qualifying that will serve Nigeria, South Korea and European champions in 2004, Greece in their Group B. In addition, countries other seed had a comfortable result. Like the British who joined with the United States, Algeria and Slovenia (Group C) and Spain in Group H which together with Switzerland, Honduras and Italy also survive Cile.Champion get calm enough draw. Gli Azzurri in Group F and will face opponents such as Paraguay, New Zealand and Slovakia.
 Here are the results of the 2010 World Cup draw:

Group A: South Africa, Mexico, Uruguay, France
Group B: Argentina, Nigeria, Korea Republic, Greece
Group C: England, USA, Algeria, Slovenia
Group D: Germany, Australia, Serbia, Ghana,
Group E: Netherlands, Danish, Japan, Cameroon
Group F: Italy, Paraguay, New Zealand, Slovakia
Group G: Brazil, Korea DPR, Côte d'Ivoire, Portugal
Group H: Spain, Switzerland, Honduras, Chile

Here is the schedule matches the World Cup finals in 2010:
Friday, June 11
Group A:
Mexico vs. South Africa, Johannesburg (Soccer City)
France vs. Uruguay, Cape Town
Saturday, June 12
Group B:
Argentina vs Nigeria, Johannesburg (Ellis Park)
Greece vs. South Korean, Port Elizabeth
Group C:
England vs. U.S., Rustenburg
Sunday, June 13
Group C:
Algeria vs Slovenia, Polokwane
Group D:
Germany vs. Australia, Durban
Serbia vs. Ghana, Pretoria
Monday, June 14
Group E:
Netherlands vs Danish, Soccer City
Japan vs. Cameroon, Bloemfontein
Group F:
Italy vs. Paraguay, Cape Town
Tuesday, June 15
Group F:
New Zealand vs Slovakia, Rustenburg
Group G:
Portugal vs. Ivory Coast, Port Elizabeth
Brazil vs. North Korea, Ellis Park
Wednesday, June 16
Group H
Honduras vs Chile, Nelspruit
Spain vs. Switzerland, Durban
Group A:
Uruguay vs South Africa, Pretoria
Thursday, June 17
Group A
France vs. Mexico, Polokwane
Group B
Greece vs. Nigeria, Bloemfontein
Argentina vs South Korea, Soccer City
Friday, June 10
Group D:
Germany vs Serbia, Port Elizabeth
Group C:
Slovenia vs. USA, Ellis Park
England vs. Algeria, Cape Town
Saturday, June 19
Group D:
Ghana vs. Australia, Rustenburg
Group E:
Netherlands vs. Japan, Durban
Cameroon vs Danish, Pretoria
Sunday, June 20
Group F:
Slovakia vs. Paraguay, Bloemfontein
Italy vs New Zealand, Nelspruit
Group G:
Brazil vs. Ivory Coast, Soccer City
Monday, June 21
Group G:
North Korea vs Portugal, Cape Town
Group H:
Switzerland vs. Chile, Port Elizabeth
Spain vs. Honduras, Ellis Park
Tuesday, June 22
Group A:
Mexico vs. Uruguay, Rustenburg
France vs South Africa, Bloemfontein
Group B:
Nigeria vs South Korea, Durban
Argentina vs. Greece, Polokwane
Wednesday, June 23
Group C:
Slovenia vs. England, Port Elizabeth
U.S. vs. Algeria, Pretoria
Group D:
Australia vs. Serbia, Nelspruit
Germany vs. Ghana, Soccer City
Thursday, June 24
Group F:
Slovakia vs. Italy, Ellis Park
Paraguay vs New Zealand, Polokwane
Group E:
Danish vs. Japan, Rustenburg
Netherlands vs Cameroon, Cape Town
Friday, June 25
Group G:
Portugal vs. Brazil, Durban
Korea vs Ivory Coast, Nelspruit
Group H:
Chile vs. Spain, Pretoria
Switzerland vs. Honduras, Bloemfontein

Knockout fall system:

16 large (26-29 June)
Quarterfinals (2 and July 3)
Semifinals (6 and 7 July)
The struggle for third place (10 July)
Final (July 11)


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