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When the players were leaving the pitch after the match, Matisyahu’s “One Day” was being played over the speakers at the stadium.
Argentina, I’ve got my vuvuzela ready as well as my World Cup tee from 1990. And my 2006 World Cup cap.
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Ah, the sweetness of revenge.
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I knew you’d get Wembley, Tom…
Muffti hopes the hand of God doesn’t interfere for the Argentinians as it has for them against the English…
Having the Hand of God as coach might change your plans, froylein…
(why on shabbat! WHY???)
To test you, Ezequiel, why else?
Both teams have been successful so far. Argentina’s got Messi, but the German team is better at working together plus they’ve got a lot of young players that left proud, old England exhausted.
As we’ve seen so far, the choice of referee can matter a lot, too.
I’m looking forward to a great match on Saturday.
Argentina, I promise that if you lose, I’ll quit calling Maradona a bumping tenderloin steak with dyed hair.