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22/06/201017 - WeatherClear
1:2 (0:2)
  • Florent MALOUDA (70')
  • Bongani KHUMALO (20')
  • Katlego MPHELA (37')

Summary

Bafana beat Bleus, both bow out

South Africa gave everything to try and stay in their own FIFA World Cup™ but in the end their victory was in vain as they and France both exit the competition.

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Line-ups

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Coaches

Raymond DOMENECH (FRA)
(BRA) Carlos Alberto GOMES PARREIRA

Officials

Referee: Oscar Julian RUIZ ACOSTA (COL)Assistant Referee 1: Abraham GONZALEZ (COL)Assistant Referee 2: Humberto CLAVIJO (COL)Fourth official: Hector Walter BALDASSI (ARG)Fifth official: Ricardo CASAS (ARG)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 371)


Latest Comments:
F1GOLDBULL
13/12/2012 at 00:29
F1GOLDBULL (Poland)
Poor South AFRICA. they were close to the round of 16.
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Timster1994
04/07/2010 at 15:29
Timster1994 (Great Britain)
South Africa played really well and deserved to go through to the last 16. France were pathetic
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Icy_Shots
24/06/2010 at 18:53
Icy_Shots (United Arab Emirates)
Well, South Africa deserve to win! Hehehe
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Statistics

10Shots19
3Corner kicks5
1Yellow cards0
0Second yellow card and red card0
1Red Cards0
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  • Bongani Khumalo of South Africa celebrates scoring the opening goal
  • Florent Malouda of France scores his team's first goal
  • Steven Pienaar of South Africa challenges William Gallas of France
  • Raymond Domenech head coach of France brings on Thierry Henry as a substitute
  • Bongani Khumalo of South Africa leaves the field
  • Carlos Alberto Parreira head coach of South Africa reacts

"We didn’t fall too far short of qualifying. Even though I think at 2-0 we should have killed the game off by scoring a third goal, I’m happy to have seen my players make progress. They’ve made the whole country proud," Carlos Alberto Parreira, South Africa coach.