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The Game Of Death
The Game Of Death

It was named the Group Of Death when the draw was done, and match 45 was the most anticipated match to watch since then. Brazil, Portugal, Ivory Coast and Korea DPR, are in Group G of the FIFA Soccer World Cup.
 
 
The match is set to take place at Durban's Moses Mabhida Stadium, and kick-off is at 16h00. It is possibly the most anticipated match so far.
 
 
Looking back at the history of the world cup, Brazil and Portugal were drawn in the same group at the 1966 World Cup. Portugal defeated Brazil 3-1 in that match, kicking the defending champions out. Portugal, though they did not win the world cup, won third place.
 
 
While we were all hoping to see one force against the other (Cristiano Ronaldo against Ricardo Kaka) on the field in today’s match, we won’t be. Due to two yellow cars in the previous match, Ricardo Kaka will not be on the field.
 
 
Today is the match that the world has been waiting for – the number one in the world – Brazil against the number 3 in the world – Portugal.
 
 
You’re either yellow and blue or green and red – what colour is your blood for the Brazil-Portugal match today?
 
Article By: Uvisha Hirjee




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