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Don't cry for me Argentina.... Ole... ole... Ole!

Last Friday, we trooped to Greenbelt in the hope of watching the Argentinia vs. Germany match on a big TV screen at NSG. Imagine having the face of Ballack in all its glory on a full screen TV. But alas, the stars were against us, as there were many people who were already standing outside of this resto to watch the game.

I must admit, I watch football for its poging players, but that night I think all the Manila expats were there. I even saw a Weasley twin look-a-like waving the German flag. Promise! He looked like them, even the hair!

We went to Red Box first to watch the game, imagine, we went to Red Box to watch a football game. Mga adik!

Then, I found out how business can be cruel. We were scheduled until 1 AM but the game was extended to 30 mins. So what are we to do? We went to NSG and amidst all the people who were shouting "Argentina, Argentina.." I can only wave a fist when Germany makes a goal during the penalty kick. (Germany has more good looking players).

It all boiled down to the kickoff. Germany won over Argentina. It might be an all-European team match-up during the quarter-finals.

Watching the world cup can be very educational. I now know the flag of Germany and Argentina. Yes, the educational system has failed me.

I love Ballack!


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