Who Will Win The 2010 Fifa World Cup?

Denholm OliverContributor IJune 26, 2010

With the second round of the FIFA world cup being played today the question to be asked is who is going to win. Will it be Argentina, Brazil, England, Spain or will one of the under dogs like the United States or Chile win? 

Argentina has been in fantastic form in the group stages winning ever single match. In the first round Argentina only let in 1 goal and with arguably the best player in the world Messi on there team, it looks likes the Argentines are going to be the ones to beat. 

Brazil were playing average soccer in the first round. They were defiantly no where near there best. Brazil won 2 from three in the first round and drew against Portugal they had 5 goals for them and 2 against. There not nearly as good as there last world cup. That is probably because they don't have a player as good as what Renaldo was 4 years ago.

In the first round Uruguay was absolutely fantastic. They didn't concede 1 goal and kicked 4. With 2 wins and a Draw in the first round i think that Uruguay might have a little chance to take out the 2010 FIFA world cup. 

Spain were no where near playing to there best ability in there first round winning 2 and loosing a match to the Swiss. Spain only had 4 goals for them and 2 goals against them. However they were in a fairly good group and they still managed to finish on top of the table!

There is also a great chance for the US to win the tournament finishing above of England on the table. However they didn't Finnish ahead of them by much and England still have a great chance to take out the tournament.

Germany also finished at the top in there table and were very impressive in the first round. Germany played especially with a 4-0 win over Australia. Australia went on to beat Serbia and draw to Ghana. However they did not qualify. 

I think that there are a lot of teams that have a chance to win it. But with Argentina having a great forward like Messi i think that they will take out the 2010 FIFA world cup. 

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