World Cup 2010 -- Group A

World Cup 2010, Uruguay Vs. South Africa: Two Goals From Diego Forlan Give Uruguay 3-0 Win Over Hosts

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Five days after sitting back for ninety minutes in a 0-0 draw with France, Uruguay got a brace from Diego Forlan and a stoppage time goal from Alvaro Periera to beat hosts South Africa 3-0. The win...

World Cup 2010, Uruguay Vs. South Africa: Diego Forlan Goal Keeps La Celeste In Control At Half

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Diego Forlan, playing in a withdrawn role from forwards Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani, has been the dominant player of the first half, creating scoring opportunities for La Celeste and adding the...

World Cup 2010, South Africa Vs. Uruguay: Steven Pienaar Picks-Up Quick, Cheap Yellow Card

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South Africa's Steven Pienaar has picked-up a yellow card in the sixth minute of Bafana Bafana's match with Uruguay. Pienaar charged a direct kick from Diego Forlán before the attacker had struck...

South Africa Vs. Mexico World Cup 2010 Preview: The Bafana Bafana Get Things Started On Home Soil

African history will be made on Friday when South Africa, hosting the first major sporting event staged on African soil, kicks off World Cup 2010 against Mexico. SB Nation Soccer editor Richard Farley looks at the opening match of the world's biggest sporting event.

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