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

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    They're looking worryingly good are your Argentines. An absolutely magical second goal. 2-0 ahead & only just over half an hour on the clock.
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    Great goal. Look like the team to beat so far, super stuff.
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    Superb passing game from Argentina, especially the 2nd goal..
    Crespo was definitely onside and the goal should hav allowed imo
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    3-0. Super stuff.


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    3-0. Another great goal. Good work from Saviola to set it up.

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    Yet again more great passing gets another goal.. 3-0

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    Argentina- Simply Awesome, the second goal was out of this world.

    The Serbian defence which was so strong going into the World Cup, looks as brittle and as bad as anything on display, totally overawed.

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    Agree with that, one would think that the likes of Italy and England would defend a whole lot better. Taking nothing away from the Argies, some beautiful football being played.

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    Scary thought that Messi and Tevez are waiting in the wing. Talk about strength in depth.

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    Argentia again look like the team to beat.
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    They'll surely go second favourite with this performance, maybe they deserve to #1..

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    Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro Delgado
    Wow.
    Pretty good, eh?

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    It is raining out there in Germany.

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