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BY JAMES OH

Monday, July 12, 2010

WORLD CUP 2010 - IS THE FIRST TIME WINNER SPAIN 1 -0 OVER HOLLAND WITHIN YOUR EXPECTATION

Dear Folks,


Wow! What was just a wonderful moment as another record was made.

Spain for the very first time claims its historical win in regaining the World Cup title. Big congratulation to them and many of us agree that they really deserved it. Their hard work at last paid off handsomely.

This affirms any country can also achieve it so long as they never quit or give up. Learn from the Champ. They have sweet and sad stories to share. No surprise that they have a big celebration on the streets with hundred thousand of their supporters full of deafening sounds. They are so happy and full of emotions reflecting their happiness and joys.

To the losing team, Holland, they should celebrate too as they have tried their best despite not winning the game. It is a known fact that the second place will not be remembered but gaining the second place wasn't easy at all. Win or lose is part of the game. So failure too is part of the success. There will not be any success without failure. Accept the result and keep on improving, and I am sure success is on its way. Holland, work harder and see you in next world cup 2014. I am sure lots of people do enjoy watching your spectacular performances during this cup tournament. Thank you very much for contributing to the quality of this sport.


To all supporters, we are virtually certain that you all were enjoying the game very well. We hope that you too learn some valuable lessons from this cup performance. What is more important is that it helps you to cope with your life better.

Please share your experience you have learned from this world cup and how could this sport be improved further. Thank you in advance.

In this connection, we wish everyone to live their life to its fullest and stay connected to be lifted up at all times, as the name of this blog suggested.

Seeing you again.

By Agence France-Presse, Updated: 7/11/2010

Spain's first World Cup sparks nationwide fiesta

A thunderous roar erupted across the Spanish capital and fans danced in the streets chanting "Viva Espana!" as the country's first ever World Cup trophy sparked a nationwide fiesta.

Spain's first World Cup sparks nationwide fiesta

The centre of Madrid was a sea of the red and gold national colours as Spain celebrated its nailbiting 1-0 extra-time win over Holland Sunday.

The deafening sounds of cheering, klaxons, firecrackers and cars horns rang out as the World Cup's perennial underachievers won the trophy in their first appearance in the final thanks to a late goal from Andres Iniesta.

In temperatures of 37 C (99 F), more than 150,000 supporters watched the match on massive screens in a giant "fan park" in a one-kilometre (half-mile) stretch of the city's main thoroughfare.

At the final whistle, the crowd chanted "Spanish, Spanish, We are Spanish" and "Viva Espana", at the start of a fiesta that was set to last throughout the night.

"We are very proud and very happy, I thought it would go to penalties, Iniesta saved us," said Raul, 18. "We deserved it after winning the European championship in 2008."

Said Adolfo, 25, "It's an extraordinary feeling, of happiness and nerves."

Others crammed into bars or stayed home for the match, which left the country paralysed Sunday evening.

Many were wrapped in the Spanish flag, wore the red team shirts or red wigs, or had their faces painted red and gold.

One young woman was disguised as an octopus, in tribute to Paul, the now famous clairvoyant cephalopod in Germany who predicted Spain's victory.

Thousands of fans had earlier poured into the capital from other parts of the country to soak up the atmosphere, many travelling all night and planning to leave the next morning after a night of revelry.

More than 2,000 police officers were on duty in the capital in case of incidents, along with medical teams.

Almost all towns and cities throughout the country installed giant screens for people to watch the match.

Even in Catalonia, a region with its own distinct culture and language and which has traditionally been disdainful of the Spanish national team, there was excitement.

Authorities in the Catalan capital of Barcelona set up a giant outdoor fan park for the final for the first time during the tournament, where authorities said around 75,000 people watched the match.

The crowd erupted with joy and waved Spanish flags, with many in tears at the historic victory.

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James Oh

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