Saturday, July 3, 2010
MESSI AND THE BOYS FROM BUENA AIRES, MESSED UP BY THE GERMANS!
When we thought that we have heard the last of the German’s destructive world cup squad, out they came roaring against the Diego Maradona instructed Argentine team led by Lionel Messi. The result, an un-replied 4-0 demolition of the boys of Buena Aires by the German side. The German team has by this victory against Lionel Messi and his side, now made four goals their signature trademark in this world cup - against Team Australia it was 4-0, Team England was handed down a 4-1 trashing, and now their roasting of Team Argentina 4-0 today, July 3, 2010! Their take no prisoner mentality, fueled by a scorching tactic of overwhelming mass attack mass defence is what any well tuned and oiled world cup machine side requires to get to the promised land of soccer glory. With this annihilating demolition of the Argentines, Icheoku says, the Germans are ready to rumble all the way to the final victory and clinch the cup. Echoing German Coach Joachim Loew’s sentiments, Icheoku agrees that the German team has the “will of champions”; and sure look unstoppable at this juncture from lifting the world cup golden trophy. All the "boys" now matured into men are very good, as fit as fiddle, and contests all balls, aerial and ground. They tirelessly run the field thereby stretching their opponents to unimaginable tiresome 90 minutes experience. With youth, energy and stamina on their side, coupled with a cool as cucumber coach Joackim Loew, Icheoku does not see any team beating them, now that they are coast-free of their most menacing nemesis, Lionel Messi and the boys from Argentina. Congratulations Team Germans, and as your Miloslav Klose closed off Argentina with his two goals from the South Africa World Cup 2010 run, let us pray that their four goals fiesta wining streak will continue. The only bad news and downside of this defeat of Argentina by the German football machine is that the world will miss the opportunity of seeing Coach Diego Maradona streak as promised; but hey, who knows the shock and awe his exposed tiny whinny might have wrought on the world’s psyche?