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Thread: Group D: Mexico, Iran, Angola, Portugal

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    I'm very interested, backed Pauleta to be Golden Boot after seeing this group...*crosses fingers and hopes*

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    Quote Originally Posted by thewizard1o1
    I'm very interested, backed Pauleta to be Golden Boot after seeing this group...*crosses fingers and hopes*
    Never has great tournaments though, scored three against Poland in the last World Cup but other than that he has been woefully unimpressive in the big tournaments and games. However he has a chance of getting quite a few tonight against Angola, Portugal usually stick five or more away against their former colony.

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    Can't argue with that, thou this his close to his last chance on one of the 'big stages' and in this group i just think there is a good chance he could bag quite a few goals.

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    I wouldn't be too surprised to see Cristiano Ronaldo bring out one or two new items from his box of tricks this evening. Angola will certainly give him the opportunity.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis_Teh
    Mine?

    Why would anyone care about Mexico, Iran or Angola? Honestly?
    Well, people from Central America, The Middle East or Africa might just be slightly interested.

    Don't reveal your racist arrogance too early in the topic.

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    Wow, 1-1 after 36'. Heaps of scoring opportunities for both sides already, Iran really should've scored earlier on.

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    Tough luck for the Iranians but you knew as soon as Ali Karimi departed they were just going for the draw.

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    Mexico have truly put the game beyond doubt now.
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    if only Torrado had got the first, i'd be up £155
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    Think we know which two teams have gone through from this group now...
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    Ha, got a prediction right for once. Now for Angola to draw against Portugal.

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    Iran were pretty good I thought. 3-1 was harsh on them after a good first half, but in the second half Mexico dominated, and the result reflected that pretty well. Doubtful that Iran will qualify now, but Portugal will have to be careful against them anyway, as they're obviously capable of playing very well.

    First half was really entertaining too. Good match.
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    Anyone notice how the England game was easily the most boring of the games so far? I was more interested by this game between two middle-of-the-road sides than I was by our turgid effort.

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    If the first few seconds are anything to go by, Angolan GK will be in for a long night.

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    One nil Pauleta, this could get ugly.

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