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Almost all the countries have now played their first game of the World Cup in South Africa. There hasn’t really been much offense and the games and the goals are few and far in between.
Someone has finally stepped forward at the World Cup and said “We are the Leaders” as Germany puts forth the first big bunch of goals in South Africa
Day 2 at the World Cup in South Africa held three great matches between some of the biggest contenders to win the Cup. Let’s take a look at what happened in each game…
The 2010 World Cup in South Africa kicked things off early Friday morning with the host country known as Bafana Bafana taking on Mexico in group A. Also those French cheaters, who got into World Cup unfairly by beating Ireland with a handball goal, faced off against Uruguay.
Chicago Blackhawks sniper Patrick Kane came through with the biggest goal that he has ever scored in his life… and now he has delivered the Stanley Cup to Chicago. After the Philadelphia Flyers scored with less than 5 minutes in the 3rd period to tie-up Game 6 of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals
Do you believe in a jinx? If you’re a Celtics fan, you better hope not and since the Celtics are covered in Shamrocks and Leprechaun mascots, there is a bit of irony to this story
Soccer might have the beautiful guys, but surfing has the hottest chicks. The ASP (Association of Surfing Professionals) Women’s World Tour Movistar Peru Classic took place in San Bartolo, Peru
The Boston Celtics and LA Lakers are all even up 1-1 in the best-of-7 game NBA Finals. The Series will shift to Boston now for games 3 and 4 where the Celtics have gained home-court advantage… that might give them just enough edge to win the championship.
The Chicago Blackhawks are one game away from winning the Stanley Cup against the Philadelphia Flyers. If the Hawks win game 6 in Philadelphia, they will end the longest current Stanley Cup drought for any city in the NHL, which dates back to 1961 when they beat the Detroit Red Wings
Every 4 years the most anticipated sporting event brings together the world for FIFA’s World Cup. This year, South Africa becomes the first ever African country to host the World Cup cementing soccer as the World’s Sport.
The 2010 FIFA World Cup kicks off on June 11. To get in the soccer spirit, we’re counting down the Top 10 Players to Watch this year. From Lionel Messi to Wayne Rooney to Cristiano Ronaldo, let us know if we’ve missed anyone!
Soccer players… what’s up with them? They play hard, they play fast, they play tough, they have tremendous skills, but even the best of them dive, cheat and act like babies.
After going down 2-0 in the 2010 NHL Stanley Cup Final Series, The Philadelphia Flyers are back in business winning game 3 in overtime 4-3 over the Chicago Blackhawks. The series is now 2-1 in favor of the Blackhawks, but the next game will stay in Philadelphia where the Flyers have won their last 6 games.
Jonathan Toews is the Chicago Blackhawks’ captain and franchise player. He became the 3rd youngest captain ever in the NHL when the Hawks made him captain at only the age of 20 years old.
Dustin Byfuglien isn’t your average hockey superstar. He was selected 245th in the 2003 NHL Draft. He doesn’t score pretty goals, and he isn’t fancy with the puck, but Dustin is an emerging hockey star in a revolutionary style of the way hockey is played.
Ray Allen is a great NBA player that is known for his amazing jump shot. He has been playing in the NBA since the Milwaukee Bucks drafted him 1st pick, then traded to the Seattle Supersonics and Boston Celtics where he finally won a championship
”Baby-Face” Patrick Kane is currently the best American hockey player in the NHL. Not only is he an amazing hockey player, but he also has Top-Model looks and personality of a generous and humble kid-at-heart.
Kobe puts it up with 3 seconds left… it’s short… air ball… Ron Artest jumps up and snatches the ball… he shoots at the buzzer… it’s in!!! Lakers Win!!!
Daniel Briere is one of the smallest players in the NHL, but his heart makes him rise above most other players. He has a funny French mustache and when he scores he has a trademark celebration pumping his arm on one knee.
Two of the biggest legendary names in hockey history are squaring up in the NHL finals. The Chicago Blackhawks are a huge favorite, but the Philadelphia Flyers have an amazing Cinderella story that might boost them all the way to victory.