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EURO 2012 : Who Will Lift The Trophy?

Not until today will only I write on Euro 2012. Living half across the world from Ukraine and Poland makes you have to get up in the middle of morning to watch every single game. I only watched a few games when the Orange, Germany and England were playing. They were my favorites. I thought either the Orange or England could win this time. And I always knew that the German had a good chance. But what a disappointment!

That’s the thing with football. You can’t expect anything which is wrote on paper will decide the game. Though the Netherlands were displaying such excellent performances but fate had never been on their side.

That went on Germany as well. What a tremendous campaign they had so far but they fumbled in the semis to the Azzuries. Yes, Italy played better. They outperformed the English boys and the Germans in their last two games. They cornered every single opponent when they entered their half. And they had good attackers as well. So scoring goals were nothing to them.

In conclusion only the best team will win. They need not only to display the best performance but also to have the best tactical, skills and quality players to outwit the opposition. After witnessing the Azzuries or the BLUES I strongly feel that they will rule the finals and win the championship to themselves. So best of luck guys.

ps- I’m not a fan of Balotelli but I think he is the man who will rip apart the defense of the Spaniards.

Good Start : Man Utd Charity Shield 2010 Winner

The score is 3-1, Manchester United overwhelmed Chelsea at Wembley to win themselves the Charity Shield 2010 title.

Javier Hernandez kicked and subsequently 'faced' the ball to make the score 2-0

Wayne Rooney despite sluggish performance in South Africa provided a classy cross for Antonio Valencia (41′) to send it home. They didn’t stop there. A brilliant lob over sleeping Cole had made room for Valencia to create an impressive cross beyond Hilario’s reach to make Javier Hernandez (76′) the second goal scorer.

Chelsea fought through the fiery United and got themselves a consolation goal as Salomon Kalou (83′) made the score 2-1.

The game is not over until the final whistle is blown. Dimitar Berbatov (90′) knew that and his excellent lob (I guess the best goal of the game) from 20-yard line passed over Hilario’s head had sealed the deal.

Victorious Man Utd marched to the podium to collect their 18th Charity Shield, witnessed by 84,623 crowds at Wembley to kick start a promising 2010/11 season.

Glory Glory Glory Man United!!!

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