2010 FIFA World Cup Official Film


2010

An in-depth documentary looking back on the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, which saw Spain lift the trophy for the first time.


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having seen their team lose.

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Officials were, I suppose, a target for some of that frustration

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because we had been heavily involved because of the type of game it was.

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-ANNOUNCER:

-And now, please welcome to the stage,

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the runners-up...

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..the Netherlands.

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Now, ladies and gentlemen,

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please welcome to the stage,

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the winners of the FIFA 2010 World Cup South Africa, Spain.

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CHEERING

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FIREWORKS EXPLODE

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# Campeones, campeones... #

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THEY SPEAK SPANISH

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# Campeones, campeones

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# Ole, ole, ole... #

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Tomorrow, our country is going to be a lonely place.

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Like every party, the party must end.

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# Campeones, campeones... #

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It's like a dream come true for me.

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I've always wished I could be there

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and now I'm here, I'm proud of my country.

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# Eviva Espana

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# Espana... #

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THEY SING IN SPANISH

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We're not celebrating Spain. We're just celebrating all the teams.

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All the teams. All of them that took part in this World Cup.

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HE SHOUTS

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An in-depth documentary looking back on the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, which saw Spain lift the Jules Rimet trophy for the first time.

Having won Euro 2008 and sailed through qualification, Spain were heavy favourites in South Africa, and they didn't disappoint. After losing their opening game of the tournament to Switzerland, the Spaniards went on a six-game winning run, failing to concede a single goal in the knock-out stages. Their impressive form - and their tika-taka style - eventually saw them beat the Dutch 1-0 in the final thanks to Andres Iniesta's extra-time goal.


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