Germany beats 10-man Australia 4-0 at World Cup

Full story: El Paso Times
Germany scored two goals in each half and Tim Cahill was sent off as three-time champion Germany beat Australia 4-0 Sunday in Group D of the World Cup. Full Story
Chip

El Paso, TX

#1 Jun 15, 2010
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Someone out there:

I played US football and other sports growing up and soccer sometimes in school.

Now I really don't know soccer except for the occasional watching of the sport.

The question I have is why does every match have that fly buzz sound during the games?

Each time the World Cup happens I watch it and get the fever all the fans get. Good sport.

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Since: Jun 10

Guildford, UK

#2 Jun 16, 2010
Tim Cahill should never have been sent off for nothing more than a clumsy challenge. There really should be a drive to get ex-players to becomes referees as they understand the game so well and would make more informed decisions. Whether they would be fit enough by the time they retire is another question and there would be a question mark over their wages. I'm not sure a referee is ever going to earn 100K a week. Not even a year.

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