@Netherlands (8/9/09)

@Netherlands (8/9/09)

Monday, July 12, 2010

The dream came through: Football United the World !!

Hello. Here is Atsushi.

Spain defeated the Netherlands 1-0 in extra time to win the World Cup for the first time.

Not only supporters of Spain and the Netherlands, both of which have made it the final,  but also soccer fans from all over the world came down to the stadium, which was packed with 84,490 spectators, to see this historical big match. 

I'd like to show the pictures of people from various countries in order to claim that the World Cup is "the world's biggest festival".

Dutch (upper left), Spain (upper right).
South Africa (bottom left), Mexico (bottom right).

France (upper left), Argentina (upper right).
England (bottom left), the U.S.(bottom right). 

Australia (upper left), Ghana (upper right).
Denmark (bottom left), Slovakia (bottom right).

Japan (upper left), New Zealand (upper right).
Brazil (bottom left), Portugal (bottom right).

Honduras (left), Chili (right). 

It took only 1 hour to meet 18 different nationalities out of 32 countries.

Add to these, supporters from the nations that didn't participate in the World Cup were also there.

Croatia (upper left), Poland (upper right).
Jamaica (bottom left), India (bottom right).

Vietnam (left), Saudi Arabia (right).

The following are only flags.

Algeria (upper left), Scotland (upper right).
Israel (bottom left), Finland (bottom right).

Finally, check out this abnormal Japanese.

A supporter of a judge? 

This guy was following the same action of the referee in the game.
If the referee in the game gave the card, this guy did , too.
His performance in front of the crowd made them big laugh.

In the final, many yellow cards were given. So he had lots of opportunities to perform!

By the way, I think the World Cup is the only worldwide sport competition that enchants this vast amount of people from various countries at the same time.

This is the very word's greatest sport festival!! 
I hope we can come back to here 4 years later.

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