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World Cup Final 2010 Starting Lineups

The 2010 FIFA World Cup final was the final match of the 2010 World Cup, the 19th edition of FIFA's competition for national football teams. The match was played at Soccer City in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 11 July 2010, and was contested by the Netherlands and Spain. The event comprised hosts South Africa and 31 other teams who emerged from the qualification phase, organised by the six FIFA confederations. The 32 teams competed in a group stage, from which 16 teams qualified for the knockout stage. En route to the final, the Netherlands finished first in Group E, with three wins, after which they defeated Slovakia in the round of 16, Brazil in the quarter-final and Uruguay in the semi-final. Spain finished top of Group H with two wins and one loss, before defeating Portugal in the round of 16, Paraguay in the quarter-final and Germany in the semi-final. The final took place in front of 84,490 supporters, with more than 900 million watching on television, and was refereed by Howard Webb from England.

World Cup Final 2010 Starting Lineups


The 2010 FIFA World Cup was the 19th edition of the FIFA World Cup, FIFA's football competition for national teams, held between 11 June and 11 July 2010 in South Africa.[2][3] South Africa qualified for the finals automatically as tournament hosts, while 205 teams competed for the remaining 31 spots through qualifying rounds organised by the six FIFA confederations and held between August 2007 and November 2009.[4][5] In the finals, the teams were divided into eight groups of four with each team playing each other once. The two top teams from each group advanced to a knock-out phase.[3] The defending champions from the 2006 World Cup were Italy.[2]

The match ball for the 2010 FIFA World Cup final, revealed on 20 April 2010, was the Jo'bulani, a gold version of the Adidas Jabulani ball used for every other match in the tournament.[6] The name of the ball is a reference to "Jo'burg", a common nickname for Johannesburg, the match venue.[6] The gold colouring of the ball mirrors the colour of the FIFA World Cup Trophy and also echoes another of Johannesburg's nicknames: "the City of Gold".[6] The Jo'bulani became the second ball to be specifically produced for the FIFA World Cup final, after the Teamgeist Berlin was used for the 2006 final.[6]

Howard Webb of England was named as the referee for the final, along with fellow Englishmen Darren Cann and Michael Mullarkey who were the assistant referees. Webb was the first Englishman to referee a World Cup final since Jack Taylor officiated the 1974 final.[44] A former police officer from Rotherham, Webb was one of the English Select Group of referees, and had officiated Premier League matches since 2003.[45] He was appointed to the FIFA list of international match referees in 2005, and before the World Cup, he had taken charge of the 2010 UEFA Champions League Final and the 2009 FA Cup Final.[46] Webb had refereed three prior games at the 2010 World Cup.[44] Yuichi Nishimura and Toru Sagara, both from Japan, were the fourth and fifth officials respectively.[47]

FIFA estimated that 910 million viewers worldwide watched at least part of the final.[84] In Spain, the final attracted 15.6 million total Spanish viewers across three networks, which represents 86% share of the audience, becoming the highest rated TV broadcast in Spanish history.[85] Spain's previous record was set by the Euro 2008 quarter-final penalty shoot-out between Spain and Italy, which drew 14.1 million viewers.[85] In the Netherlands, 12.2 million people watched the final on television,[86] which was an estimated 74% of the total population of the country.[a]

There are no surprises for either team in the starting lineups for today's World Cup final between Spain and the Netherlands. Spain has gone with the same team that played against Germany on Wednesday while the Netherlands, with the return of the previously suspended Gregory van der Weil and Nigel de Jong, start the same, full-strength team that last appeared together against Slovakia in the Round of 16.

True to my word about constant reminders, here's how you get involved on World Cup final day: you tweet me @Stevo_football (what a day to crash through the 10,000 barrier this would be), you text me on 81111 (UK) and +44 7786200666 (worldwide), and you join up and join in on 606.

The world is waiting to find out whether the great Nelson Mandela will attend the final this evening. The 91-year-old, who shares a birthday with yours truly, has been put under "extreme pressure" by Fifa to appear, according to his grandson Mandla Mandela.

Right then folks, now the British GP has been won by an Australian, can I have your full attention? I need your involvement - it is World Cup final day after all. Get the texts in to 81111 (UK) and +44 7786200666 (worldwide), get tweeting me @Stevo_football and pop along to 606.

More than 700m people watched the last World Cup final, and I'm expecting roughly the same amount to get in touch with me over the next few hours as we build up to this one. You don't have to be Paul the psychic octopus to know the score here either - text me on 81111 (UK) or +44 7786200666 (worldwide), I'm on _bbc or you can always get involved on 606.

BREAKING TEAM NEWS: Fernando Torres has been left out of Spain's starting line-up, with Pedro getting the nod ahead of him just as in the semi-final win over Germany. Full line-ups to follow very shortly.

Ex-Oasis star Noel Gallagher will be at the final at Soccer City and he has also made his prediction. What's the story then Noel? "The Spanish are the best team in the world. Since the year leading up to the European Championships and subsequently from that they have been amazing." So, what's the, er, masterplan for a Spain victory? "The key part of the pitch is can Nigel de Jong and Mark van Bommel stop Andres Iniesta and and Xavi doing the business," added Gallagher. "De Jong plays at Man City and he's a stopper. Van Bommel, he's just destruction on legs. But the Spanish players face that a lot in the Champions League. I think it will be won and lost in the midfield."

It's now or never: you call. I'm around on Twitter @Stevo_football; I get texts on 81111 (UK) and +44 7786200666 (worldwide); and there's a 606 page too. Oh goodness me, the World Cup final teams are in the tunnel.

Trailing Japan 3-2 in the third inning with the bases loaded and no outs in a Super Round game that would send Team USA to the gold medal game with a win, a torrential downpour set the stage for what would become the 2022 USA Baseball International Performance of the Year. The 18U National Team called on Christian Rodriguez out of the bullpen for the restart the morning after. Rodriguez needed just 13 pitches to strike out the Japan side and strand his three inherited base runners to keep the game within one and the U.S. within striking distance of a berth in the final. He would follow his masterful third inning with four more shutout innings, striking out seven batters, before his teammates would rally for the 4-3 walk-off victory. Rodriguez's performance set the tone for Team USA on the final day of the WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup as the red, white, and blue capped off the event that afternoon with its ninth world championship following a 5-1 victory over Chinese Taipei in the finale.

For the second year in a row Youkilis might have been the best first-half first baseman in the American League, only to miss out on the starting lineup because of Ortiz. There was no other Red Sox omission, and even the choice of Ortiz over Youkilis was perfectly reasonable based on the numbers. Bonus Red Sox voting: reliever Hideki Okajima won the final roster spot through the Final Vote ballot.

After two losing seasons, the Red Sox were finally good again in 2016, and the All-Star voting reflected that success. Ortiz was elected to his 10th All-Star Game while Bogaerts, Betts and Bradley were each first-timers members of the starting lineup. All were well-deserved as the four Red Sox ranked among the top 11 in American League WAR in the first half. Fans missed a chance to elect a fifth Red Sox position player when Pedroia lost to Michael Saunders of the Blue Jays in the Final Vote. This was a year Chicago fans really flooded the online ballots. Five of the eight elected National League starters came from the Cubs.

Dike earned a pair of caps for Nigeria at the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada. Her first came as a reserve in a match against Australia, and in the Super Falcons' final tourney game, Dike was in the starting lineup against the eventual champion United States. She played 50 minutes against the U.S. before subbing out early in the second half.

Post-Match Notes - Freshman goalkeeper Abby Smith made her Texas debut after spending the first month of the season in Japan with the U.S. U-20 Women's National Team at the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup.- Smith's start makes it seven of Texas' nine freshmen who have started a match this season. - Smith became the first freshman Texas goalkeeper to record a shutout in her debut since Dianna Pfenninger against SMU on Aug. 26, 2005. Pfenninger played only the second half of the 1-0 victory over the Mustangs.- Senior Hannah Higgins' goal at 2:55 snapped the Longhorns' scoreless drought at 277:49. - Higgins' goal was the game-winner. She is the first player other than senior Kristin Cummins to tally a winner for the Longhorns this season. - Dating back to the 2011 season, Cummins had scored UT's last three game-winning goals. - Freshman Kelsey Shimmick scored her first career goal at 46:26. It was the first second-half goal for the Longhorns since sophomore Allison Smith scored at 71:27 versus Toledo on Aug. 26. - Junior midfielder Gabby Zarnegar took a career-high four shots in the contest. Her previous best was three against UTSA on Aug. 27, 2010. - UT scored three goals in the victory. The program has won 12-straight matches when scoring three or more goals. - Texas' three goals give the squad an average of 1.67 per home match this season, compared with 0.00 in three road contests. - During the first half, Texas attempted 10 shots. The team had tallied 12 shots in the previous two games, at BYU and Utah. - The Longhorns have used nine different starting lineups in nine matches this season. 041b061a72


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