It may have been exciting if they didn't show the entire match. I would have had no problem if they'd chucked in some of the diving etc. as well, but to show 3 and a half hours of the 1 sport, without so much as an update, is atrocious.
Messi scores on the rebound.
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Originally Posted by Adolf Grünbaum
Finally got to see it. Gutted, just played into the hands of the blokes who're fast over the final lap.
WOOO GOOO USA!
I just wished they showed highlights of the basketball games here in the states, so I could see how sweet is the american victory. They are killing opponents by an average of 25 points!
Yeah listen, to those moaning about us competing as UK. Have read plenty of posts from Aussies on this board claiming that England isn't a country, so make your bloody minds up. Oh, and there are Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish MPs who help decide how my taxes get spent, so I think it's fair to say that yes, they are the same country. It's not like if the EU competed as an entity.
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In any case, would only have meant GB would have nine track cyclists instead of three. Hardly a beneficial state of affairs.
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Boomers didn't git the rub of the green last night, which they needed to beat the US. Still they played very well and I think the score flattered the US.
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