We’ve had some crazy things happen already at the 2010 World Cup, and I don’t just mean on the field.
Man, I thought American sports and their leaders/organizers had things backwards.
The good news is we’re not the only country screwed over by bad calls during the 2010 World Cup. The bad news is someone else had to feel the same pain.
It’s amazing the way things can change so quickly. Landon Donovan gained hero status in the U.S. with a late goal to beat Algeria 1-0 giving the U.S. the Group C win.
Say what you will about the habitually controversial Diego Maradona, but the Argentinean soccer legend and current national team head coach has his squad in top form heading into the knockout stage of
I guess you could say I just feel like talking about U.S. Presidents this week.
It’s understandable that the Algerian players would be upset after Landon Donovan scored in stoppage time to keep them from advancing to the knockout round of the World Cup.
The World Cup officials once again made their best attempt at costing the United States a game. Luckily, they were unsuccessful.