Olympic Men's Soccer 2012: Predicting the Medal Winners After Two Rounds

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Olympic Men's Soccer 2012: Predicting the Medal Winners After Two Rounds
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Two rounds of the men's soccer event at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London have been played. We have seen some sublime football from Brazil, some upsets with Spain going out after two consecutive defeats and some goal-scoring heroes for their nations in Jerry Bengtson and Moussa Konate.

With one round left to play before the knockout rounds begin, teams will be concentrating hard on giving their all in their final round match. Spain and the United Arab Emirates are the two teams that have been knocked out, while Japan and Brazil will surely play in the next round. The 12 remaining teams have still to play for in the remaining group game.

Let us then get to predicting what the the remaining matches will hold for everyone and who will be the medal winners in London. 

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