Friday, June 09, 2006

World Cup: Great Start Underway

The World Cup is off to a great start. It's 25 minutes into the Germany match with Costa Rica and the action has been terrific. The score is 2-1 Germany, which is 14-7 in NFL football terms. KGW's Ron Pivo got our local coverage of World Cup soccer off to a shaky start last night by repeatedly referring to Argentina's Diego Maradona as being from Brazil. How can we put that into local terms for you, Ron? That'd be like saying the Winterhawks were from Moosejaw. Oh well, it's early and there's lots of time to get up to speed.


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At 5:10 PM, Blogger Idler said...

Indeed, a great start to the cup. Some beautiful goals by the hosts. Nice finishing from Costa Rica.

Delightful surprise by the Ecuadorians, though sorry it had to be inflicted upon the Poles.

Linesmen should probably have whistled offside on a couple of the goals but at least none of them affected the games' results.


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