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  • In the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Ghana became the third African country to reach the quarter-final stage of the World Cup after Cameroon in 1990 and Senegal in 2002.Ghana-Wikipedia
  • South Africa hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup, and FIFA president Sepp Blatter awarded South Africa a grade 9 out of 10 for successfully hosting the event.South Africa-Wikipedia
  • Uruguay performed very creditably in the 2010 FIFA World Cup, having reached the semi-final for the first time in 40 years.Uruguay-Wikipedia
  • The east-west line from the airport to Sandton opened in June 2010 in time for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, while the north–the south line opened on 2 August 2011, except for Park Station, which opened in 2012.Johannesburg-Wikipedia
  • For example, a record was set during the 2010 FIFA World Cup when fans wrote 2,940 tweets per second in the thirty-second period after Japan scored against Cameroon on June 14.Twitter-Wikipedia
  • Cape Town was also a host city to the 2010 FIFA World Cup from 11 June to 11 July 2010, further enhancing its profile as a major events city.Cape Town-Wikipedia
  • Cape Town has recently enjoyed a booming real estate and construction market, because of the 2010 FIFA World Cup as well as many people buying summer homes in the city or relocating there permanently.Cape Town-Wikipedia
  • South Africa hosted the 2010 World Cup tournament, becoming the first African country to do so.Africa-Wikipedia
  • The country's national football team won the UEFA European Football Championship in 1964, 2008 and 2012 and the FIFA World Cup in 2010, and is the first team ever to win three back-to-back major international tournaments.Spain-Wikipedia
  • Nigeria's national football team, known as the "Super Eagles", has made the World Cup on Six occasions 1994, 1998, 2002, 2010, 2014, and most recently in 2018.Nigeria-Wikipedia
  • Since 1993, the Slovak national football team has qualified for the FIFA World Cup once, in 2010.Slovakia-Wikipedia
  • The report also said leaked documents had indicated $4.4 million in secret bonuses had been paid to the committee members following the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.FIFA-Wikipedia
  • Several large-scale league and cup games are played at Soccer City the venue of the 2010 FIFA World Cup final.Johannesburg-Wikipedia
  • The Algeria national football team qualified for the 1982 FIFA World Cup, 1986 FIFA World Cup, 2010 FIFA World Cup and 2014 FIFA World Cup.Algeria-Wikipedia
  • For example, the winner of the Oceanian zone and the fifth-placed team from the Asian zone entered a play-off for a spot in the 2010 World Cup.FIFA World Cup-Wikipedia
  • The national football team, Chollima, competed in the FIFA World Cup in 2010, when it lost all three matches against Brazil, Portugal and Ivory Coast.North Korea-Wikipedia
  • The Korea Republic national team (as it is known) has qualified for every World Cup since Mexico 1986, and has broken out of the group stage twice: first in 2002, and again in 2010, when it was defeated by eventual semi-finalist Uruguay in the Round of 16.South Korea-Wikipedia
  • A completely refurbished Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup final.Johannesburg-Wikipedia
  • During the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, Germany had three captains.Captain (association football)-Wikipedia
  • In 2010, England suffered its most resounding World Cup defeat, 4–1 to Germany, in the Round of 16 stage.England national football team-Wikipedia
  • England won all but one of their qualifying games for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, but at the tournament itself, England drew their opening two games; this led to questions about the team's spirit, tactics and ability to handle pressure.England national football team-Wikipedia
  • The BBC showed the 2010 FIFA World Cup, splitting the group stage matches with ITV.BBC One-Wikipedia
  • But the overwhelming majority of Germans today are not chauvinistic in nationalism, but in 2006 and again in 2010, the German National Football Team won third place in the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cups, ignited a positive scene of German pride, enhanced by success in sport.Germans-Wikipedia
  • In an effort to prepare Johannesburg for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, local government enlisted the help of Rudy Giuliani, former Mayor of New York City, to help bring down the crime rate, as the opening and closing matches of the tournament were played in the city.Johannesburg-Wikipedia
  • South Africa became the first African nation to host the World Cup in 2010.FIFA World Cup-Wikipedia
  • After being re-elected as president of FIFA, Sepp Blatter responded to the allegations by promising to reform FIFA in wake of the bribery scandal, with Danny Jordaan, CEO of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, saying there is great expectation for reform.FIFA-Wikipedia
  • Two hundred teams entered the 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification rounds; 198 nations attempted to qualify for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, while a record 204 countries entered qualification for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.FIFA World Cup-Wikipedia
  • Argentina won a World Cup in North America in 1986, while Spain won in Africa in 2010.FIFA World Cup-Wikipedia
  • These teams are Ajax Cape Town, which formed as a result of the 1999 amalgamation of the Seven Stars and the Cape Town Spurs and resurrected Cape Town City F.C. Cape Town was also the location of several of the matches of the FIFA 2010 World Cup including a semi-final, held in South Africa.Cape Town-Wikipedia
  • This followed a high-profile incident during a second-round game in the 2010 FIFA World Cup between England and Germany, where a shot by Englishman Frank Lampard, which would have levelled the scores at 2–2 in a match that ultimately ended in a 4–1 German victory, crossed the line but was not seen to do so by the match officials, which led FIFA officials to declare that they would re-examine the use of goal-line technology.FIFA-Wikipedia

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