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Thread: Group C: Argentina, Cote d'Ivoire, Serbia & Montenegro, Holland

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden
    Can`t see how you can have such a radically different view. I thought IC should have at least drawn, but in the end, New Zealand just dominated from the baseline and nailed the conversions before overtime.

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    Very entertaining first half, my 2-0 prediction still a possibility. Looks like this will be one of the more interesting groups judging by these two matches.


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    Holland look pretty dominant and likely to score again, S&M look like they could score on the break.
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    I detest Serbia, but they have really impressed me in this match. Quality football, especially in the second half, really confident stuff. And they`ve played really fair as well. Great to watch.
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    I went 2-1 Holland, pretty far off really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden
    I detest Serbia, but they have really impressed me in this match. Quality football, especially in the second half, really confident stuff. And they`ve played really fair as well. Great to watch.
    If you like watching teams that hardly look like scoring goals, i feel sorry for you.

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    Decent effort from Serbia at times, mostly in the first half and early in the second. The game really dropped off though, and finished as a pretty dull contest after a good start. Ivory Coast impressed far more, so far as chance for qualification from this group is concerned.

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    I think the heat is proving a big factor in the earlier kick-offs. There's been a very marked tailing off in both games so far. The players must be losing half a stone & more during the course of the match.
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    Those blazing 25 degree temperatures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
    Those blazing 25 degree temperatures.
    More like 30+....

    Even so it's very hot to play football in. I bet players cover a fair distance in the course of a match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden
    I detest Serbia

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