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FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil

The Brazil World Cup is on and by the 12th July 2014, we will have new champion. Will Spain hold gold again? Or the Germans? Or Brazil? Most famous Sports betting sites like https://betway.com believe that Brazil is going to be the most likely team to win, with Argentina and Germany as the next favorites. Reigning champion Spain ranks on 4th.

What is certain is that the World Cup in Brazil is going to be a hell of a party as this is the first time football is returning to what people say is it's spiritual home country. Please check here for video about the World Cup, and not just about the football.

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Top strikers 2014

Symbol Players Goals
Goat James Rodriguez - COL 6
Snake Thomas Mueller - GER 5
Monkey Neymar - BRA 4
Rabbit Lionel Messi 4
Pig Arjen Robben - NED 3
Pig Robin van Persie - NED 3
Rabbit Karim Benzema - FRA 3

Top coaches 2014

Symbol Coaches Wins
Rat Juergen Loew - GER 6
Snake Alejandro Sabella - ARG 6
Rabbit Louis van Gaal - NED 6
Buffalo Jose Pekerman - COL 4
Rooster Marc Wilmots - BEL 4

Worst referees

Symbol Referees
Rat Yuichi Nishimura - JAP
Buffalo Marco Antonio Rodríguez - MEX
Goat Wilmar Roldan - COL

 

World Cup Stars

Symbol Goals The strikers Goals
Snake 22 Thomas Mueller - GER 5
    Charles Aránguiz - CHI 2
    Enner Valencia - ECU 2
    Toni Kroos - GER 2
    Sami Khedira - GER 1
    Giovani dos Santos - MEX 1
    André Ayew - GHA 1
    Sofiane Feghouli - ALG 1
    Daniel Sturridge - ENG 1
    Oscar Duarte - CRC 1
    Eduardo Vargas - CHI 1
    Moussa Sissoko - FRA 1
    André Ayew - GHA 1
    Ja-Cheol Koo - KOR 1
    Leroy Fer - NED 1
Rabbit 18 Lionel Messi - ARG 4
    Karim Benzema - FRA 3
    David Luiz - BRA 2
    Gonzalo Higuain - ARG 1
    Edinson Cavani - URU 1
    Dries Mertens - BEL 1
    Marouane Fellaini - BEL 1
    Jan Vertongheni - BEL 1
    Carlos Quintero - COL 1
    Gervinho - CIV 1
    Blaise Matuidi - FRA 1
    Gervinho - CIV 1
Tiger 17 Mario Mandzukic - CRO 2
    Jackson - COL 2
    Luis Suárez - URU 2
    Diego Godin - URU 1
    Pablo Armero - COL 1
    Keisuke Honda - JAP 1
    Shinji Okazaki - JAP 1
    Abdel Djabou - ALG 1
    Rafik Halliche - ALG 1
    Blerim Dzemaili - SVN 1
    Nani - POR 1
    Andres Guardado - Mex 1
    Olivier Giroud - FRA 1
    Marcelo Díaz - CHI 1
Goat 18 James Rodriguez - COL 5
    Xherdan Shaqiri - SVN 3
    Tim Cahill - AUS 2
    Admir Mehmedi - SVN 1
    Ivica Olic - CRO 1
    Joel Matip - CAM 1
    Rafael Marquez - Mex 1
    Aleksandr Kokorin - RUS 1
    Kevin De Bruyne -BEL 1
    Oscar - BRA 1
Dragon 17 Islam Slimani - ALG 2
    Bony - CIV 2
    Ivan Perišic' - CRO 3
    Alexis Sanchez - CHI 2
    Mats Hummels - GER 2
    Juan Manuel Mata - ESP 1
    Javier Hernandez - MEX 1
    Juan Cuadrado - COL 1
    Sokratis - GRE 1
    Mesut Ozil - GER 1
    Di Maria - ARG 1
Pig 16 Robin v. Persie - NED 4
    Arjen Robben - NED 3
    Clint Dempsey - USA 2
    Klaas Jan Huntelaar NED 1
    Jorge Valdivia - CHI 1
    Granit Xhaka - SVN 1
    Divock Origi - BEL 1
    Fred - Pig - BRA 1
    Paul Pogba - FRA 1
    Julian Green - USA 1
Monkey 15 Neymar - BRA 4
    Mario Goetze - GER 2
    Ahmed Musa - NIG 2
    Giliano Wijnaldum - NED 1
    Stefan de Vrij - NED 1
    Joel Campbel - CRC 1
    Haris Seferovic' - SVN 1
    John Brook - USA 1
    Granit Xhaka - SVN 1
    Heung-Min Son - KOR 1
Buffalo 14 Georgios Samaras - GRE 2
    Asamoah Gyan - GHA 2
    Bryan Ruiz - CRC 2
    Wayne Roney - ENG 1
    Lee Keun-ho - KOR 1
    Antonio Valencia - ECU 1
    Claudio Marchisio - ITA 1
    Varela - POR 1
    Fernandinho - BRA 1
    Teófilo Gutiérrez - COL 1
    Cristiano Ronaldo - POR 1
    Danny Blind - NED 1
Horse 8 Andre Schürle - GER 3
    Miro Klose - GER 2
    Marco Urena - CRC 1
    Mario Balotelli - ITA 1
    Marcos Rojo -ARG 1
Ratte 7 Edinson Cavani - URU 1
    Wesley Snijder - NED 1
    Vedad Ibisevic - BHI 1
    Mile Jedinak - AUS 1
    Mathieu Valbuena - FRA 1
    Fernando Torres 1
    Thiago Silva - BRA 1
Dog 5 Memphis Depay - NED 2
    Aleksandr Kerzhakov - RUS 1
    Oribe Peralta - MEX 1
    Carlo Costly - HON 1
Rooster 5 Xabi Alonso - ESP 1
    Peter Odemwingie - NGA 1
    ,Jermaine Jones - USA 1
    David Villa - ESP 1
    Romelu Lukaku - BEL 1
       
  Wins Coaches Wins
Rat 12 Juergen Loew - GER 6
    Felipe Scolari - BRZ 4
    Ottmar Hitzfeld - SVN 2
    Volker Finke - CAM  
Rooster 8 Marc Wilmots - BEL 4
    Cesare Prandelli - ITA
1
    Reinaldo Rueda - ECU 1
    Stephen Keshi - NGA 1
    Paulo Bento - POR 1
    Hong Myungbo - KOR 0
Buffalo 6 Jose Pekerman - COL 4
    Jorge Sampaoli - CHI 2
Rabbit 6 Louis van Gaal - NED 6
Horse 6 Alejandro Sabella - ARG 5
    Fernando Santos - GRE 1
Dragon 5 Jorge Luis Pinto - CRC 3
    Jürgen Klinsmann - USA 1
    Vahid Halilhodzic - ALG 1
Monkey 5 Didier Deschamps - FRA 3
    Miguel Herrera - MEX 2
Pig 3 Oscar Tabarez - URU 2
    Sabri Lamouchi - CIV 1
    James Akwasi Appiah - GHA 0
    Roy Hodgson - ENG 0
    Luis Fernando Suarez - HON
0
    Niko Kovac - CRO 0
Tiger 1 Vicente Del Bosque - ESP 1
Goat 1 Safet Sušic' - BHI 1
Snake   Carlos Queiroz - IRA 0
    Ange Postecoglou - AUS 0
    Alberto Zaccheroni - JPN 0
Dog   Fabio Capello - RUS 0
   

In the race: 6 Pige, 5 Roosters, 4 Rats, 4 Snakes, 2 Buffellos, 3 Dragons, 2 Monkeys, 1 Dog, 1 Goat, 1 Rabbit, 1 Horse and 1 Tiger.

 

 

World Cup 2010

See on videos what fans and celebrities had in mind in terms of their Dream Final at the FIFA World Cup 2010.

FIFA World Cup 2010

Watch Video 1 featuring

The Coronas, UK's King of the Jungle Phil Tufnell, Desmond Hughes, Arjan van Brueggen and former German top striker Martin Driller who had played with Lucio and others.

Watch Video 2 featuring

UK / Hollywood Movie star Gary Stretch and football fans from England, Spain, Israel, USA and South Korea.

 

Boy George Football World Cup South Africa

Boy George about the FIFA World Cup in South Africa

Boy George had suggested to boycott Africa in order to take a stand against putting gay lovers into jail as long as they get classified as being gay. Video

 

Remember South Africa with the Chinese Horoscope from Dr. Wu @ the World Cup 2010

 

 

The World Cup 2014 Blog

What an amazing 2014 World Cup we saw, with a full repeat of the final in 1990, which had also been a year of the Horse, similar to 2002, when Brazil had won against Germany.

So once again a close 1:0 victory for Germany over Argentina, who had only taken 3 goals during the entire tournament scored by the 2 Monkeys Mario Goetze from Germany and Ahmed Musa from Nigeria.

And once again the Rat symbol has emerged as the by far most successful coaches in the world with 3 recent champions. Felipe Scolari in 2002, Marcello Lippi in 2006 and now Juergen Loew in 2014, while 4 of the 12 symbols have never won a title.

 

The World Cup Final

World Cup history tells us, that Germany has won and lost 2 World Cup finals in years of the Horse and that Argentina has been a wonderful oponent for the Germans since several years.

Now the Germans have set up 3 more records with playing their 4rth consecutive semi-final and by having reached
a total of 8 finals. Further more German striker Miro Klose, took over the all time WC scoring record with 16 goals from Ronaldo.

In South Africa Rooster and Rat where the by far best striker symbol while this year Rooster is down with only 5 goals while Snakes rule with already 22 goals.

And in fact, the 3 German Snake players Mueller, Kroos and Khedira players have scored 8 of them to shift the team safely into the final.

On the contrary, the Argentinian game is built on the second best scoring symbol, the Rabbit, as their Messi and Higuain have scored 5 from the 7 Argentinian goals and from the total of all the 18 goals shot by the Rabbits.


Back in 2010 the 2 finalists Spain and Netherlands were both driven by the Rat symbol, featuring Snijder, Iniesta, Torres and a few more on both sides in alongside various Rooster like David Villa etc.

 

Outlook

So far not a single European team has ever been able to win a title on the American continents and usually defense wins championships, offense only some games.

On Sunday both of theses rules need to be broken by the Germans to win their 4rth title against a strong Argentinian side, which had only allowed 3 goals during the entire tournament, while the Germans have shot the by far most goals with 17.

 

Tip: 1:0 for Germany.

 

The small final

July 12, 2014
The Netherlands scored 3rd place with an easy 3:0 win against Brazil after they had made second place in South Africa back in 2010.

 

The semi-finals

July 8, 2014
The first semi-final had been a repeat of the 2002 final between Brazil and Germany which brought a stunning 7:1 victory for the Germans.

The tip was: a close win for Germany with 2:1

 

July 9, 2014
The second semi-final saw Argentina with Messi & Higuain moving on over the Netherland with the predicted close 4:2 win after penalty shoot out..

The tip was: a close win for Argentina with 1:0

 

The quarter-finals

July 4, 2014
The first quarter-finals saw a 2:1 victory for Brazil over Columbia during which Neymar got kicked brutaly out of the tournament. Earlier it was another shoot out between France and Germany which ended 0:1 through the second goal of Mats Hummels.

July 5, 2014
The second quarter-finals saw a close win for the mighty Netherlands vs. the super underdogs from Costa Rica after a penalty shoot out while Argentina managed to defeat Belgium with 1:0.

 

Last 16

June 28, 2014
The first finals brought a lucky 3:2 win for Brazil against Chile by a penalty shoot out after a 1:1 while Uruguay went out against Columbia with a 0:2 without sanctioned striker Luis Suarez.

June 29, 2014
The second finals saw an unlucky loss for Mexico losing the mighty Netherlands by 1:2 after they were leading until the 86th minute with 1:0. The second match between the brave Costa Ricans and the minimalists from Greece brought a 1:1 after 123 minutes and after the penalty shoot out it was a 5:4 for Costa Rica.

June 30, 2014
The third finals began with a 2:0 by France vs. Nigeria before Germany scored a lucky 2:1 win against Algeria.

July 1, 2014
The fourth finals led Argentina to a 1:0 in overtime against Switzerland while also Belgium had opted for overtime to defeat the USA with 2:1.

 

The group shoot out

June 23, 2014
The first shoot outs on Game day 12 began with a 2:0 victory for the Netherlands against Chile while Spain won with 3:0 against the Aussies. After that Brazil won against Cameroon with 3:1 while Croatia lost against Mexico with 1:3.

June 24, 2014
The second shoot outs on Game day 13 saw a rough clash between Uruguay and Italy which ended 1:0 after the Mexican referee went one sided with a ridiculous red card for Marchisio and by allowing notorious Vampire Suarez some dirty head kick and a bite. At the same time Costa Rica and England delivered a dismal 0:0.

After that Colombia defeated Japan with 4:1 while the Ivory coast went out after a 1:2 against the Greeks.

June 25, 2014
The third shoot outs on Game day 14 saw a great 3:2 win for Argentina against Nigeria and a 3:1 for Bosnia against the Iran. After that Ecuador scoreds a 0:0 against France while Switzerland moved through with a 3:0 against Honduras.

June 26, 2014
The fourth shoot outs on Game day 15 brought a 0:1 loss for the USA vs. Germany and Portugal defeated Ghana with 2:1. Later Russia scored a 1:1 against Algeria dfeated Southkorea with 1:0.

 

Those were the group matches

June 22, 2014
Game day 11 did start with a 1:0 for Belgium against Russia before Southkorea went out with a 2:4 loss against Algeria. In the 3rd team USA had almost clinched the next round with a 2:2 draw against Portugal with legendary Ronaldo.

June 21, 2014
Game day 10 opened up with a dismal 1:0 for Argentina against Iran by a Messi goal in extra time, while Germany had scored a lucky 2:2 against Ghana and Bosnia left the competition with a 0:1 loss against the Super Eagles from Nigeria.

June 20, 2014
Game day 9 saw another sensational 1:0 win for underdog Costa Rica against Italy giving us the very first shoot out at group stage between the Italians and Uruguay. After that Switzerland got thrashed 2:5 by France and Ecuador won with 2:1 against Honduras.

June 19, 2014
Game day 8 brought a 2:1 victory for Colombia against Ivory Coast before England lost 1:2 against Uruguay through 2 tremendous goals by Luis Suárez while Wayne Rooney had only managed to convert 1 out of 3 prime opportunities. In the third game Japan and Greece showed a dismal 0:0.

June 18, 2014
Game day 7 had started with a close 3:2 win for the Netherlands against the brave Australians. After that Spain was sent home with a 0:2 loss against Chile before Croatia kicked out Cameroon with 4:0.

June 17, 2014
Game day 6 began with a 2:1 victory for Belgium against Algeria and a 0:0 between Brazil and Mexico with their superb goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa. After that Korea Republic and Russia did achieve a 1:1 aiming to challenge Germany in the next round.

June 16, 2014
Game day 5 brought a 0:4 loss for Portugal vs. Germany with Ronaldo on the field against a sensational Thomas Mueller, who had scored 3 goals. After that Nigeria and Iran came up with the most boring 0:0 of the tournament while the USA managed to score a close 2:1 win against Ghana.

June 15, 2014
Game day 4 saw close 2:1 victories for Argentina against Bosnia and for Switzerland against Ecuador while France defeated Honduras with 3:0 featuring 2 goals by Karim Benzema.

June 14, 2014
Game day 3 began with a 3:0 win for Colombia against a weak Greece before Uruguay got demolished with 3:1 by an amazing underdog team from Costa Rica, what was followed by an exciting match between England and Italy, which went 2:1 for the Squadra Azurri with top striker Mario Balotelli, who had scored the match breaking goal.

Japan lost 1:2 against Didier Drogba and Ivory Coast.

June 13, 2014
Game day 2 brought an epic 1:5 loss for Spain against the Netherlands with Robben and van Persie in top shape, and another dubious referee performance by Colombian Wilmar Roldan when Mexico was refused 2 clear goals at their 1:0 win against Camaroon.

June 12, 2014
Game day 1 saw a lucky 3:1 win for Brazil in São Paulo against Croatia with a disgraceful referee call from Japanese Yuichi Nishimura and 2 goals from Neymar.

 

The World Cup Champion Coaches

So far 5 Championships were won by Dogs some long time ago whilst in recent years Rats, Goats, Rats and Rabbits have conquered 3 titles each.

 

All FIFA World Cup Titles

2010 Tiger Del Bosque Spain
2006 Rat Marcello Lippi Italy
2002 Rat Felipe Scolari Brazil
1998 Snake Aimé Étienne Jacquet France
1994 Goat Carlos Alberto Pereira Brazil
1990 Rooster Franz Beckenbauer Germany
1986 Rabbit Carlos Bilardo Argentina
1982 Rabbit Enzo Bearzot Italy
1978 Tiger César Luis Menotti Argentina
1974 Rabbit Helmut Schoen Germany
1970 Goat Mário Zagallo Brazil
1966 Goat Alf Ramsey England
1962 Rat Aymoré Moreira Brazil
1958 Dog Vicente Feola Brazil
1954 Dog Sepp Herberger Germany
1950 Monkey Juan López Fontana Uruguay
1938 Dog Vittorio Pozzo Italy
1934 Dog Vittorio Pozzo Italy
1930 Dog Alberto Suppici Uruguay

Not a single title for Dragons, Pigs, Buffaloes and Horses.

Brazilian Girls

Brazilian Girls

One attraction of the FIFA World Cup are the Brazilian girls who will scream, shout and dance for their Seleção around Neymar and all the other super players.


Real Video

 

Pre game World Cup Stories

Confederation Cup 2013

An exciting team from Brazil had dominated the tournament against Spain and Italy during the absence of Germany and probably one out of these 4 teams will have the best chances for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Besides them it might be the Netherlands and Uruguay who might always be good for an upset.

Look back here at a very special FIFA World Cup 2010 Blog from Dr. Wu

 

World Cup History

FIFA World Cup 2006

Nick Halling Fox Sports

Fox Sports' Nick Halling had defined the British hopes for the World Cup with Wayne Rooney, Michael Owen and David Beckham, but Portugal had been too strong for them. Real Video

 

Here's more from the German Football World Cup in 2006

 

FIFA World Cup 2002

Football World Cup 2002

Already back in 2002 web62.com had been a place to watch fan videos.

These were comments from fans from all over the world during the Football World Cup 2002. Real Video 1 | Real Video 2 | Real Video 3

More from the Asian Football World Cup in 2002

 

 

Groups and Scores

Final

GER 1 : ARG 0

Small Final

BRA 0 : NED 3

Semi-finals

BRA 1 : GER 7

ARG 4 : NED 2

Quarterfinals
BRA 2 : COL 1
FRA 0 : GER 1
NED 4 : CRC 3
ARG 1 : BEL 0
Last 16
BRA 3 : CHI 2
COL 2 : URU 0
NED 2 : MEX 1
CRC 6 : GRE 5
FRA 2 : NIG 0
GER 2 : ALG 1
ARG 1 : SVN 0
BEL 2 : USA 1
GROUP A
Brazil 7
Mexico 7
Croatia 3
Cameroon 0
GROUP B
Netherlands 9
Chile 6
Spain 3
Australia 0
GROUP C
Colombia 6
Greece 4
Côte d’Ivoire 3
Japan 1
GROUP D
Costa Rica 7
Uruguay 6
Italy 3
England 0
GROUP E
France 7
Switzerland 6
Ecuador 4
Honduras 1
GROUP F
Argentina 9
Nigeria 4
Bosnia-Herzegovina 3
Iran 1
GROUP G
Germany 7
USA 4
Portugal 4
Ghana 1
GROUP H
Belgium 9
Algeria 4
Russia 2
Korea Republic 1

 

Look back at :
World Cup 2002
World Cup 2006
World Cup 2010

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