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2010 temII¸nse BZytKmÄ t\SnbXmcw?

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2010 temII¸v ^pSpt_mÄ aÕc¯n F{X Gjy³cmPy§Ä ]s¦Sp¯p?

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Famous player’s of football David Beckham Steven Gerrard Wayne Rooney Kaka

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David Beckham

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First Goal in The History of world cup football ? temII¸vNcn{X¯nseBZytKmÄ?

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eqknb³vtemdâv The first World Cup was held in Uruguay in 1930. Many believed American Bart McGee scored the first goal in the World Cup, against Belgium in the 40th minute. But a dispute erupted and FIFA, soccer's governing body, determined the first goal was scored by Frenchman Lucien Laurent in the 19th minute against Mexico on July 13, 1930.

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2010 temII¸nse BZy hnPbw t\Snb Sow?

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First Red Card ? temII¸ vNcn{X¯nse BZy Nph¸vImÀUv e`n¨ Ifn¡mc³?

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The red and yellow card system was not introduced until the 1970 World Cup. The first player to receive a red card was Chile's Carlos Caszely in 1974 in a match against West Germany in the 67th minute. ImÀtemkvtIkven

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2010 temII¸v DZvLmS\ aXvkcw \S¶ tÌUnbw?

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2010 temII¸nse BZy lm{Sn¡ vt\Snb Ifn¡mc³?

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temII¸ vNcn{X¯n Gddhpw IqSX tKmÄ t\Snb Sow? Top Scoring Team

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Hungary scored 27 goals in the 1954 World Cup. Hungary made the finals that year but lost to West Germany 3-2. lwKdn

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2002 sImdnb, P¸m³

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. The official song of the FIFA world cup-2010 is? 2010 temII¸nse HutZymKnIKm\w?

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“Waka Waka”. The song is based upon a traditional African soldiers' song named Zangalewa. h¡mh¡

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“Waka Waka”.The song is presented by the Colombian singer Shakira and the band Freshlyground from South Africa, and is sung in both English and Spanish. The song is based upon a traditional African soldiers' song named Zangalewa.

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Ivory coast

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temII¸v ^pSvt_mÄ aÕc¯n Gddhpw A[nIw ImWnIÄ D­mbncp¶ aÕcw GXvhÀjw?

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Largest Attendance The highest attendance for one match was in the 1950 final. The official attendance was 199,854 for the match between Brazil and Uruguay in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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Stephen Appiah

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From 1930 to 1970, the World Cup Football Trophy was known as? 1970 hsc thÄUvI¸v ^pSvt_mÄ t{Sm^n GXv t]cn Adnbs¸«p?

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“Jules Rimet Cup” 1930-1970 bqÄ dnsa I¸v

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Gddhpw \ÃIfn¡mc\ v\ÂIp¶k½m\w?

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Who won the Golden Shoe award as top scorer with eight goals in the 2002 World Cup? 2002 temII¸v tKmÄU³_q«v t\Snb Ifn¡mc³?

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Name of the Official Mascot for the 2010 FIFA World Cup? 2010 temII¸nse `mKy NnÓw?

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Zakumi, He is an anthropomorphised leopard with green hair, presented on 22 September 2008. His name comes from "ZA", the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for South Africa, and "kumi", a word that means ten in various African languages. k¡pa n

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First Golden Ball ?

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First Golden Ball ?

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Which award is given for the Best Goalkeeper in World Cup Football tournaments? ).

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The Yashin Award. The Yashin Award was first awarded in 1994. The award is named in honor of the late goalkeeper Lev Yashin (USSR)

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The match ball for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, manufactured by Adidas, is named as?

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The match ball for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, manufactured by Adidas, is named as? The Jabulani, which means "bringing joy to everyone"

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Gddhpw IqSpXÂ tKmÄ t\Snb Ifn¡mc³? Who is the all-time top scorer in the history of the World Cup

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Ronaldo 15 goals for Brazil between 1998 and 2006?

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2006 temII¸v tKmfSn¡m¯ Sow?

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Which referee showed sixteen yellow cards and four red cards in a single match in Football World Cup 2006?

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Valentin Ivanov

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what will be the name of the football used in the final match of south africa 2010 2010 temII¸v ^pS vt_mÄ ss^\Â aÕc¯n\ vD]tbmKn¡p¶ t_mfnsât]cv?

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Which country withdrew from the World Cup Football held in Brazil in 1950 because FIFA refused to let their team play barefoot?

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Name of the Indian who is selected as a member of the Appeals Committee of the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA)?

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P.P. Lakshmanan

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In which year the World Cup Football first televised?. temII¸v ^pSpt_mÄ aÕcw sSenhnj³ kwt{]£Ww XpS§nbXv GXvhÀjw?

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The trophy is 36 cm (14.2 in) high ( made of solid 18 carat (75%) gold and weighs 6.175 kg (13.6 lb).

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Name of the Colombian footballer who was shot and killed due to his own goal in the 1994 FIFA World Cup, which caused gambling losses to several powerful drug lords? skÂ^vtKmfnsâ t]cn sImÃs¸« Ifn¡mc³?

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Andrés Escobar. Escobar's infamous own goal occurred in a match against the United States on 22 June during the 1994 World Cup. Stretching to cut out a cross from U.S. midfielder John Harkes, he deflected the ball into his own net in the second match of Group A. The USA won the game 2–1, and as a result, Colombia was eliminated from the tournament in the first round. B³{Uokv Fkvt¡m_mÀ

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South Africa is 3.5 hours behind India.

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