On Friday the U.S. beat Slovenia with a final score of 3-2. Oh wait, no they didn’t. In the 86th minute of the match the U.S. scored but the goal wasn’t counted because of a mystery foul.
Along with Spain and France, England has been one of the biggest disappointments at the 2010 World Cup. In addition to tying the U.S.
Is it just me or are blown calls affecting the outcome of a ton of games lately? Not long ago we had Jim Joyce’s missed call at first base that cost Armando Galarraga a perfect game.
If you have seen any coverage of the 2010 World Cup, you have probably seen a vuvuzela — one of those really long horn things that make an extremely obnoxious noise.
In soccer in general, and the World Cup specifically, scoring goals is a rarity and each one should be treasured.
The 2010 World Cup has opened with several blunders leading to critical goals. The biggest mistake of the tournament has been the goal allowed to Clint Dempsey by England goal keeper Robert Green.
In only three days of action, the 2010 World Cup has provided no shortage of embarrassing, game changing blunders.
World Cup official Carlos Simon has been under fire as of late due to his history of questionable calls and behavior during soccer matches.