FIFA 2010 World Cup South Africa – Monday 21st June game schedule

FIFA 2010 World Cup South Africa – Monday 21st June game schedule.

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Day 11 of the FIFA 2010 World cup in South Africa will be under way on Monday 21st June of the most watched sporting event in the world.

The competition starts to hot up with many surprises especially for European sides as Spain, England, Germany, Italy and France dropped unexpected points during the first two group stage matches played at the World Cup.

But another factor which made its mark on the competition was the amount of red cards seen by so many players. Just yesterday, Real Madrid and Brazil superstar Kaka was sent off for an alleged elbow on Ivory Coast’s Kader Keita.

Though it looked to be an accident, from the re-plays, the Ivory Coast winger made the most of the elbow that came towards his chest, dropping on the floor holding his face.

Sunday saw a total of three games played as usual. The first game of the day was between Slovakia Vs Paraguay where the Latin American side beat the Slovaks 2-0 to make their points go up to four and have an advantage against New Zealand as a draw is enough to guarantee progression to the knockout stages.

The second game of the day was between Italy Vs New Zealand which finished 1-1 though Italy, the last champions of the World Cup missed various chances, they could only manage a draw after falling behind against the Oceania side.

The final game of the day we between Brazil Vs Ivory Coast which finished 3-1 for one of the best teams in the world. The win put Brazil on six points and guaranteed admission to the knockout stages but for Portugal, Ivory Coast and North Korea, their fate will be determined in the final games.

Monday 21st June will see three games from Groups G and H marking the end of the second round matches.

Monday 21st June, FIFA 2010 World Cup South Africa schedule.

Portugal Vs. North Korea – 13:30pm local time

Portugal will be playing against North Korea in Group G’s fourth game and will be looking for a win against the Asian side as they will be facing a powerful Brazilian side on the final game of the tournament.

The first game of the day which marks the end of the second round matches for Group G, will be played at the 64,100 capacity Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, which was demolished and re-built for the World Cup. The game will be played at 1:30pm local time (TR time – 2:30pm : UK time 12:30pm).

Chile Vs. Switzerland – 4:00pm local time

The second game of the day will be between Chile Vs. Switzerland in Group H’s third game where both teams won their first games including the surprise Swiss win over Spain. However with expectation that Spain, one of the favorites of the competition will win the remaining games both teams will be seeking for a win.

The second game of the day will be played between Chile Vs. Switzerland at the 48,000 capacity Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth. The match will start at 4:00pm local time (TR time – 5:00pm : UK time 3:00pm).

Spain Vs. Honduras – 8:30pm local time

The Final game of the day and of the second round of the group stages will be between Spain Vs. Honduras. Spain will seek to put their acts together as the team received much criticism from their country and sports commentators alike. But it is expected for the European side to get back into character and beat Honduras, the Central American team who lost against fellow Latin American side, Chile.

The third and final game of the day will be played between Group H teams Spain and Honduras. The game will be played at the Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg also known as the Coca-Cola Park with a capacity of 62,567. The game will be played at 8:30pm local time (TR time – 9:30pm : UK time 7:30pm).

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