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Ivory Coast’s Bonaventure Kalou, left, kisses the ball before his penalty kick during the Ivory Coast v Serbia & Montenegro. (Daniel Maurer / AP)
Richard Kingston of Ghana tips the ball past the U.S.'s Brian McBride. (Friedemann Vogel / Bongarts / Getty Images)
A supporter of Ghana and the United States with both nation’s flags painted on her face. (Ron Scheffler / US PRESSWIRE)
Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari from Portugal celebrates with teammates after the group D match between Portugal and Mexico. (Felix Heyder / EPA)
Angolan defender Jamba heads the ball during the World Cup 2006 group D football match between Iran and Angola at Leipzig stadium. (Behrouz Mehri / AFP/Getty Images)
Carlos Tevez (L) of Argentina and Tim de Cler of the Netherlands fight for the ball during the group C match of the 2006 FIFA World Cup between the Netherlands and Argentina in Frankfurt, Germany. (Ronald Wittek / EPA)
Germany’s Miroslav Klose (11) scores his second goal in the first half past Ecuador goalie Cristian Mora (12) and Giovanny Espinoza (17). (Armando Franco / AP)
English forward Peter Crouch (2nd L) and defender John Terry (C) vie with Swedish opponents during the Sweden vs. England match. (John MacDougall AFP/Getty Images)
Swedish midfielder Freddie Ljungberg (R) vies with English defender Jamie Carragher during the opening round Group B World Cup football match Sweden vs. England in Cologne, Germany. The final score is 2 to 2. (Sven Nackstrand AFP/Getty Images)
Polish defender Michal Zewlakow (R) heads the ball in front of Costa Rican forward Paulo Wanchope (L) during the World Cup 2006 group A football game, Costa Rica vs. Poland. (Yuri Cortez AFP/Getty Images)
Paraguayan defender Denis Caniza (L) clashes with Trinidad and Tobago’s forward Kenwyne Jones (R) during the opening round Group B World Cup football match between Paraguay and Trinidad and Tobago at Kaiserslautern’s Fritz-Walter Stadium. (Aris Messinis AFP/Getty Images)
From the top left, clockwise: Japan’s Alessandro Santos, left, and Croatia’s Ivica Olic challenge for the ball during the World Cup Group F soccer match between Japan and Croatia; Japan’s goal keeper Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi makes a save on a penalty kick by Croatia’s Dado Prso during the first half of their match in Nuremberg; Brazil’s goalkeeper Dida makes a save during the Brazil vs Australia soccer match in Munich; Brazil’s Fred celebrates after scoring the second goal for his team during the match between Brazil and Australia; South Korea players celebrate after Park Ji-Sung (7) scored a goal in the second half of the match between France andSouth Korea at the Central Stadium in Leipzig, Germany; and France’s Zinedine Zidane (10) and South Korea’s Kim Young-Chul (2) compete for the ball during their match. (Associated Press)
South Korea’s Lee Ho (17) is carried off the field in the second half of the France-South Korea Group G match at the Central Stadium in Leipzig, Germany, Sunday. (MARKUS SCHREIBER / AP)
France’s Claude Makelele (6) and South Korea’s Lee Ho (17) vie for a head ball in the first half of the Group G World Cup match at the Central Stadium in Leipzig, Germany, Sunday. (MARKUS SCHREIBER / AP)
Goalkeeper Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi, left, of Japan, saves the attempt on goal by Ivan Klasnic No. 17 of Croatia during the Group F match at the Frankenstadion in Nuremberg, Germany. (Mike Hewitt, Getty Images)
Referee Jorge Larrionda shows the red card to USA’s Eddie Pope during their Group E match with Italy. (EMILIO MORENATTI / AP)
Olly Goethe, Siggy Bar and Tina Sailua watch the World Cup soccer match between Italy and USA at the Step of Rome cafe and bar in San Francisco and are shocked at USA’s 1-1 tie with Italy. (David Paul Morris, Getty Images)
Iranian fans cheer while watching a giant video screen set up in the Main river during the Group D match with Portugal in Frankfurt, Germany. (HASAN SARBAKHSHIAN, Associated Press)
Iranian fans react while watching a giant screen set up in Main river during the Group D soccer match between Iran and Portugal in Frankfurt, Germany. (HASAN SARBAKHSHIAN / AP)
Argentina’s Esteban Cambiasso, left, celebrates with teammate Maxi Rodriguez after scoring during the World Cup, Group C soccer match between Argentina and Serbia and Montenegro. (Mark J. Terrill / AP)
USA’s Eddie Pope (23) takes down Italy’s Alberto Gilardino during the second half of their World Cup Group E soccer match. (Kevork Djansezian / AP)
U.S. captain Claudio Reyna, left, challenges Italy’s Alessandro del Piero during their World Cup Group E soccer match. (Andrew Medichini / AP)
Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring against Iran as Mohammad Nosrati looks dejected. (Michael Probst / AP)
Ivory Coast’s Jean-Jacques Tizie, left, and Kolo Toure, center, battle for the ball with Ruud Van Nistelrooy during the Netherlands vs. Ivory Coast Group C soccer match. (Daniel Maurer / AP)
Dutch players Edwin van der Sar, right, and Giovanni van Bronckhorst, center, celebrate at the end of the Netherlands vs. Ivory Coast Group C soccer match. (Christof Stache / AP)
Angolan goalkeeper Joao Ricardo catches the ball in front of Angolan defender Kali during the 2006 World Cup Group D football match Mexico vs. Angola in Hanover, Germany. The match ended in a 0-0 draw. (John MacDougall AFP/Getty Images)
Angolan midfielder Mendonca (L) fight for the ball with Mexican defender Mario Mendez during the end of the 2006 World Cup Group D football match between Mexico vs. Angola. (Gabriel Bouys AFP/Getty Images)
Mexican player Guillermo Franco (L) talks to Ze Kalanga from Angola after he’s been injured during the group D preliminary match between Mexico and Angola (Kay Nietfeld / EPA)
England’s Peter Crouch, left, scores the opening goal against Trinidad and Tobago during their World Cup Group B match. (Nick Potts / AP)
England midfielder Joe Cole plays against Trinidad and Tobago in 1st round group B action of the 2006 FIFA World Cup at Franken-Stadion in Nuremberg. England defeated Trinidad and Tobago 2-0. (Ron Scheffler / US Presswire)
Paraguayan goalkeeper Aldo Bobadilla (C) eyes the goal of Swedish midfielder Freddie Ljungberg (not on picture) next to Paraguayan defender Carlos Gamarra (R) during the World Cup 2006 group B. (Oliver Lang / AFP/Getty Images)
Sweden’s Marcus Allbaeck (L) vies for the ball with Carlos Humberto Paredes of Paraguay. (Muchael Kappeler / AFP/Getty Images)
Paraguay’s Dante Lopez (C) reacts in front of Swedih players celebrating at the end of the World Cup game between Sweden and Paraguay at Berlin stadium. (Johannes Eisele / AFP / DDP)
Ecuador’s scorer Agustin Delgado, left, kisses Ivan Kaviedes, right, after he scored the third goal during the Ecuador vs Costa Rica, Group A, World Cup 2006 match. (Luca Bruno / AP)
Ecuador’s Carlos Tenorio, right, celebrates after scoring past Costa Rica’s goalie Jose Porras. (Fabian Bimmer / AP)
Spain forward Fernando Torres, right, and the Ukraine’s Vladyslav Vashchuk (17) vie for the ball in the first half during the Spain v Ukraine Group H World Cup soccer match. (Jasper Juinen / AP)
Spain’s David Villa, left, celebrates with teammates Fernando Torres (9), Senna Marcos (16), and Alonso Xabi, right, after scoring Spain’s second goal in the first half during the Spain v Ukraine Group H World Cup soccer match. (Julie Jacobson / AP)
Tunesia"s Hatem Trabelsi, left, and Saudi Arabia’s Hussein Abdul Ghani, on ground, challenge for the ball. (Daniel Maurer / AP)
Saudia Arabia’s players bow to celebrate the second goal for their team during the Tunisia vs. Saudi Arabia soccer match. (Christof Stache / AP)
Dejected Pawel Brozek from Poland walks of the field after the team’s group A match with Germany in Dortmund, Germany. Germany won 1:0. (Roland Weihrauch / EPA)
Two girls kiss each other as German soccer fans watch giant video screen set up at Main River during the World Cup 2006 soccer match between Poland and Germany in Frankfurt. Germany won the match 1-0. (HASAN SARBAKHSHIAN, Associated Press)
A soccer fan is arrested during clashes after Germany beat Poland 1-0, about 250 violent supporters were arrested. (Carsten Koall, Getty Images)
Togo’s keeper Kossi Agassa looks to the ball bouncing in the net after Korea’s Le Chun Soo scored his side’s first goal. (Michael Probst / AP)
France’s Patrick Vieira, left, comforts Switzerland’s defender Ludovic Magnin, right, after the France vs. Switzerland soccer match. (Diether Endliecher / AP)
South Korea’s Lee Chun Soo celebrates after scoring against Togo during the Group G match between South Korea and Togo. (Anja Niedringhaus / AP)
Switzerland’s goal keeper Pascal Zuberbuehler reacts during the France v Switzerland Group G soccer match. (Daniel Maurer / AP)
France’s Thierry Henry holds his leg while laying on the ground during the France v Switzerland Group G soccer match. (Cristof Stache / AP)
Australia’s John Aloisi celebrates after he scored his side’s third goal during their World Cup Group F win against Japan. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
Jan Koller of the Czech Republic goes down injured as he tangles with Oguchi Onyewu of the U.S. (Laurence Griffiths / Getty Images)
Italian player Vincenzo Iaquinta celebrates after scoring the second goal during the group E action during Italy’s win over Ghana. (EPA/RAINER JENSEN)
Action and fans from three matches in Leipzig, Nuremberg and Cologne, Germany on June 11. From top left clockwise: Netherlands fans celebrate the 1-0 win over Serbia and Montenegro in a Group C match in Leipzig; Netherlands’ Arjen Robben, right, scores past Goran Gavrancic (6) and goalie Dragoslav Jevric (1) in the first half. Mexico’s Zinha celebrates Mexico’s third goal in the second half of their Group D match and win over Iran in Nuremberg; Portugal’s Pauleta, right, celebrates with teammate Cristiano Ronaldo after Pauleta scored the opening goal during their Group D win over Angola in Cologne; Two fans in Portugal colors smile prior to the match between Angola and Portugal. A Mexican fan punches the air as he waits for the start of the match between Mexico and Iran in Nuremberg. (AP Photos)
Trinidad and Tobago’s goalie Shaka Hislop, center, celebrates with teammates Dennis Lawrence, right, and Brent Sancho at the end of the Sweden vs Trinidad and Tobago, Group B. The match ended 0-0.USAGE OUT (Michael Sohn / AP)
Sweden’s Christian Wilhelmsson, right, goes airborn to anticipate Trinidad and Tobago’s Brent Sancho during the Poland vs. Ecuador, Group A match on June 9. (MICHAEL SOHN / Associated Press)
Argentinian player Gabriel Heinze, left, fights for the ball with Didier Drogba from Ivory Coast during group C action on Saturday, June 10. (EPA / Rainer Jensen)
A Swedish supporter waits for the start of the Sweden vs.Trinidad and Tobago, Group B action on June 10. (MARTIN MEISSNER / Associated Press)
Argentina midfielder (5) Esteban Cambiasso challenges Ivory Coast forward (11) Didier Drogba during the second half of their match in first round group C action. (Ron Scheffler / US Presswire)
Team captain Didier Drogba from Ivory Coast scores the 1:2 during the group C preliminary match of 2006 FIFA World Cup between Argentina and the Ivory Coast in Hamburg (Maurizio Gambarini / EPA)
Poland’s Radoslaw Sobolewski, right, towers over Ecuador’s players during the Group A match at the World Cup stadium, Gelsenkirchen, Germany, Friday, June 9, 2006. Ecuador beat Poland 2-0. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
England’s Rio Ferdinand, left, celebrates with captain David Beckham after England scored the opening goal during the group B match of the soccer World Cup 2006 between England and Paraguay. (Eugene Hoshiko / AP)
England’s Peter Crouch kicks in front of Paraguay’s Julio Cesar Caceres during Group B action on June 10. (LIONEL CIRONNEAU / Associated Press)
Members of the Tri Service Complex at Mount Pleasant in the Falkland Islands, Britain, cheer on England in the newly-opened sports bar in their first match against Paraguay (AP / British Army, Al Marsh, HO)
A German supporter is seen as the 2006 World Cup group A game Germany vs. Costa Rica. (GABRIEL BOUYS / AFP/Getty Images)
German soccer fans at Olympiapark, the 1972 Munich Olympics complex, celebrate Germany’s 4-2 televised win over Costa Rica, on the opening day of the World Cup. (Ron Scheffler / US PRESSWIRE)