Liveblogging: South Africa vs Mexico (11 Jun 2010)

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Thanks you for joining me. Hope to see you again in the next game, LivebloggingMilo.

South Africa (1) vs Mexico (1)

94′ Time stoppage
89′ MPhela had a chance to score another goal. Hit the post.
88′ Blanco left shot goal from top of the box deflected
88′ Mexico pushing to score another one. Hernandez and Blanco almost had a nice play
85′ Mexico fumbled chances, South Africa failed to push and now Mexico has another chance
— Mexican Blanco setting up play
83′ Parker replaces Pienaar (South Africa)
— Mexico has the ball
80′ O Perez from Mexico saves the shot
— South Africa defense exposed on that goal with 3 Mexicans on formation
79′ Rafael Marquez broke the hearts of South Africa.
78′ GOOAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLL SCORED
— Blanco offside, he looks like his getting a heart attack. 37 yrs old, too old
75′ South Africa killing time with crisp passing
72′ Mexico made a number of changes, J Hernandez replaces G Franco. Last stance by Mexico
70′ Mexico setting up play from midfield
70′ O Perez from Mexico wonderful save
69′ C Blanco, the veteran replaces the young C Vela.
67′ Dikgacoi (South Africa) penalised because of a foul
65′ South Africa on a counterattack but SA failed to score another breakaway chance
— Giovani pressured to come up with a goal for Mexico
63′ Goal by South Africa being replayed, Carlos Parreira jumping up and
down.
63′ Mexican O Perez comes up with his own save.
61′ Khune another spectacular save
— South Africa attacking again
60′ Spectacular save by Khune (South Africa) to deny Giovani with a goal. The Mexican thought the goal was written all over it.
57′ Torrado get yellow card (Mexico)
55′ Mexico (0) – South Africa (1)
55′ Tshabalala scores
55′ GOOAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLL SCORED
— Mexico sets up play in midfield
52′ F Rodriguez (Mexico) penalised of a foul
— Possession goes back to Mexico
— Free kick for South Africa, but lost possession.
— Teams exchanging possession at midfield
48′ Letsholonyane penalised because of a foul (South Africa)
— South Africa has the ball
46′ Masilela repalces Thwala (South Africa)

Recap – half The South Africa 2010 first goal is still being contested. South Africa has pushed the ball and has missed a number of near goal success. Mexico had a goal scored only to be called offside by the referee. That was a good call.

45′ End of the half
— Mexico pushed towards South Africa goal but called offside.
— Rodriguez of Mexico making plays at center field
44′ Mphela almost got the header to the goal, South Africa knocking on that goal
— South Africa on their fourth corner of the game
— South Africa was inches away on a side kick that could have gone it
42′ Gaxa forced that corner kick
42′ South Africa hitting a corner kick
40′ South Africa, Franco, is pushing the ball running towards the goal
— Mexico with a header shot just above the goal
37′ Mexico almost scored a goal but was ruled offside.

8 Comments

  1. i’v got faith in south africa’s ability to win this game but lets be honest!! SA didn’t even qualify for the world cup pipol…its just in the world cup coz its the hosting countries team.bt ja anyway they’v proven me wrong many times lets just hope being victorious over mexico is anther. GO SA!!! i predict a 1-0 loss or a draw..

  2. feel it but u can touch it, after 4 so long time thanks 2 Tata Madiba. I fill Bafana bafana will make us proud by 2-1 against mexico. From Sello Silas Mabebo @ Manamakgoteng (Rustenburg)

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