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Derek W. Hayes Stanislav Sokolov. Tamra Davis. Demian Lichtenstein. Albert Hughes Allen Hughes. Helikopter w ogniu. Ralph Ziman. Teraz albo nigdy.
Lars Büchel. Robin Budd Donovan Cook. Iain Softley. Eric Bross. Pascale Bailly. Gregory Hoblit. Dziewczyna na urodziny. Jez Butterworth.
Stephen T. Henry Bean. Tom Dey. Ultimate X. Bruce Hendricks. Fabien Onteniente. Richard Eyre. Epoka lodowcowa. Chris Wedge Carlos Saldanha.
Benito Zambrano. Gary Fleder. Krwawa niedziela. Chris Weitz Paul Weitz. Dean DeBlois Chris Sanders. Steve Beck. Michael Davis.
Randall Wallace. Asterix i Obelix: Misja Kleopatra. David Clark Al Giddings. John Dahl. Hrabia Monte Christo. Cuba Gooding Jr. Emmet Walsh.
Freddie Prinze Jr. Phil Alden Robinson. Roger Kumble. Leon Ichaso. Gil Junger. Gray Hofmeyr. Stacja kosmiczna.
Toni Myers. Rob Minkoff. Michael J. Jusuf Szahin Ken Loach i in. Afera naszyjnikowa. Jay Roach. The Wash: Hiphopowa myjnia. This was the final World Cup in which the defending champions qualified automatically.
Four nations qualified for the finals for the first time: China , Ecuador , Senegal and Slovenia. Turkey qualified for the first time since , Poland and Portugal both qualified for the first time since and Costa Rica and Uruguay qualified for the first time since All seven previous World Cup-winning nations Argentina , Brazil , England , France , Germany , Italy , and Uruguay qualified, which broke the record of most previous champions at a tournament before the record was broken again in The highest ranked team not to qualify was Colombia ranked 4th , while the lowest ranked team that did qualify was China PR ranked 50th.
The following 32 teams, shown with final pre-tournament rankings,  qualified for the final tournament:.
South Korea and Japan each provided 10 venues, the vast majority of them newly built for the tournament. Notably, no matches were played in Tokyo , making it the second after Bonn in capital of a host country not to have a World Cup venue although there were matches played in cities close to or part of the Tokyo metropolitan area, such as Saitama and Yokohama.
There was much controversy over the refereeing in the tournament. This was the first World Cup that featured squads of 23 players, an increase from 22 previously.
Of the 23 players, 3 must be goalkeepers. The eight seeded teams for the tournament were announced on 28 November The seeds comprised Pot A in the draw.
Since , the host nation has automatically drawn to Group A. Before the draw, it was arranged that the last three teams in Pot B would be drawn into four groups which did not already contain two European teams and one would be left without a second European team.
This was ultimately Group C. No group could contain more than two European teams, no unseeded South American team could be drawn with Brazil or Argentina and no unseeded Asian team could be drawn with South Korea or Japan.
One of the two South American seeds Brazil and Argentina had to play in a group played in South Korea and the other had to play in a group played in Japan.
On 1 December , the draw was held and the group assignments and order of fixtures were determined. Group F was considered the group of death , as it brought together Argentina, England, Nigeria and Sweden.
In the original version of the rules for the final tournament, the ranking criteria were in a different order, with head-to-head results taking precedence over total goal difference.
The rules were changed to the above in advance of the tournament, but older versions were still available on the FIFA and UEFA websites, causing some confusion among those trying to identify the correct criteria.
The World Cup started with a 1—0 defeat of France, playing without the injured Zinedine Zidane , by tournament newcomers Senegal in the tournament's opening match held in Seoul , South Korea.
A 2—0 defeat by Denmark in their last group game in Incheon sealed France's elimination from the World Cup. France went out of the Cup without even managing to score a goal and earned the unwanted record of the worst World Cup performance by World Cup holders other than Uruguay in , which refused to defend the title.
Senegal drew with Uruguay to clinch their place in the second round, despite Uruguay coming back from 3—0 down to draw 3—3, in their last group game in Suwon.
The South Americans could not find the fourth goal that would have kept them in the Cup and thus were out of the tournament.
Uruguay were eliminated with 2 points and holders France with 1 point. Spain in Group B became one of only two teams to pick up maximum points, seeing off both Slovenia and Paraguay in Gwangju and Jeonju respectively 3—1 before defeating South Africa 3—2 in Daejeon.
Paraguay advanced over a late goal, winning 3—1 over newcomer Slovenia in Seogwipo to tie with South Africa on goal difference they were already tied with four points, having drawn 2—2 in their opening game against each other in Busan.
As a result, Paraguay advanced to the second round on the goals scored tiebreaker, scoring six goals compared to South Africa's five.
United States shocked group favorites Portugal the next day, defeating them 3—2 in Suwon. South Korea and United States then faced off in Daegu, where excellent goalkeeping by Brad Friedel and Lee Woon-jae resulted in a 1—1 draw, while a hat-trick by Pauleta gave the Portuguese a comfortable 4—0 win against Poland in Jeonju.
In the final round of group games, South Korea eliminated Portugal in Incheon thanks to a 70th-minute goal by Park Ji-sung , finishing the game 1—0 victors, while Poland defeated the United States 3—1 in Daejeon to gain a consolation victory.
South Korea topped the group and advanced beyond the first round for the first time ever with seven points, while the United States placed second with four points.
Portugal and Poland were eliminated with three points each in third and fourth places respectively. In Ibaraki , Germany held a 1—0 lead over the Republic of Ireland thanks to a 19th-minute goal by Miroslav Klose , only to draw 1—1 due to a sensational 92nd-minute equaliser by Robbie Keane.
Saudi Arabia bowed out of the tournament with a 1—0 defeat against Cameroon in Saitama , thanks to a second-half goal by Samuel Eto'o.
Germany advanced with seven points and Ireland followed along with five points, while Cameroon was eliminated with four points.
Saudi Arabia produced the poorest performance of all the teams at the tournament, being eliminated without a single point or goal and conceding 12 goals.
Argentina won their opening game in Ibaraki 1—0 against Nigeria thanks to a second-half goal by Gabriel Batistuta , while in Saitama England and Sweden drew 1—1 thanks to goals by Sol Campbell and Niclas Alexandersson.
Sweden and England advanced from Group F, first and second respectively with five points each, at the expense of Argentina's four points, while Nigeria finished last with one point.
This was the first time since that Argentina had failed to advance to the second round. Later that night in Sapporo, Italy defeated newcomers Ecuador 2—0 with ease, having both goals scored by Christian Vieri.
Italy and Croatia faced off a few days later in Ibaraki, where Croatia pulled off a surprise 2—1 victory over Italy. The next day saw Mexico earn a vital 2—1 victory over Ecuador in Miyagi.
Mexico won Group G with seven points, while Italy survived with four points. Croatia and Ecuador were eliminated with three points in third and fourth places respectively, with the former failing to repeat its surprise performance from despite their victory against Italy.
Japan earned their first World Cup points in a spectacular 2—2 draw against Belgium in Saitama, while Russia earned a 2—0 victory over Tunisia in Kobe.
In the final matches of Group H, Japan defeated Tunisia with ease, winning 0—2 in Osaka, while Belgium survived against Russia in Shizuoka, winning 3—2.
Japan won Group H with seven points, while Belgium advanced with five points. Russia was eliminated with three points and Tunisia was eliminated with one point.
Daegu , South Korea, hosted the third-place match while Yokohama , Japan, hosted the final. England defeated Denmark in Niigata 3—0, with all goals occurring in the first half of the game.
Spain and Ireland played in Suwon, where Spain led most of the match 1—0 until a late penalty kick scored by Robbie Keane made the match go to extra time, where Spain emerged victorious in a penalty shoot-out.
Brazil defeated Belgium 2—0 in Kobe, with an amazing volley by Rivaldo and a splendid counter-attack goal by Ronaldo.
Turkey ended co-hosts Japan's run with a 1—0 win in Miyagi, thanks to a Ümit Davala goal in the 12th minute.
The other co-hosts, South Korea, defeated Italy 2—1 in extra time in Daejeon with a goal by Ahn Jung-hwan in the th minute, after a match filled with many controversial refereeing decisions.
In the quarter-finals, England and Brazil squared off in Shizuoka, where Ronaldinho scored a free-kick goal over England's David Seaman early in the second half as Brazil won 2—1.
South Korea got another success in Gwangju in a controversial manner, overcoming Spain 5—3 on penalties after a 0—0 draw in which the Spaniards twice thought they had scored while onside; however, the efforts were disallowed by the referee with controversial decisions.
The semi-finals saw games; the first semi-final, played in Seoul, saw Michael Ballack's goal suffice for Germany to eliminate South Korea.
However, Ballack had already received a yellow card during the match before, which forced him to miss the final based on accumulated yellow cards.
In the final match held in Yokohama, Japan, two goals from Ronaldo secured the World Cup for Brazil as they claimed victory over Germany.
Brazil became the only team since Argentina in to win the trophy without needing to win a penalty shoot-out at some stage during the knockout phase and the total number of penalty shoot-outs 2 was the lowest since the four-round knockout format was introduced in Brazil's captain Cafu , who became the first player to appear in three successive World Cup finals, accepted the trophy on behalf of the team.
Ronaldo won the Golden Shoe after scoring eight goals. In total, goals were scored by players, with three of them credited as own goals. Two of those own goals were in the same match, marking the first time in FIFA World Cup history that own goals had been scored by both teams in the same match.
Source: FIFA . After the tournament, FIFA published a ranking of all teams that competed in the World Cup finals based on progress in the competition, overall results and quality of the opposition.
The original domestic ticket allocation had fully sold out and the organising committee completed sales of tickets returned from the international allocation by the end of April.
However, it was obvious at the opening matches that there were a significant number of empty seats. Turkey match in Miyagi in particular, although it was reported by both parties that all tickets had been sold, some seats remained empty.
The tournament was criticized for many poor and questionable refereeing decisions. During the flag art festival, hand-painted flags from global artists were displayed as a greeting to international guests in a manner that was designed to promote harmony Flag Art Festival Executive Committee.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see World Cup disambiguation. Countries qualified for the World Cup. Country did not qualify.
Countries that did not enter the World Cup. Country not a FIFA member. Third place. Fourth place. Round of Group stage.
Jeju World Cup Stadium , Seogwipo. Referee: Carlos Batres Guatemala. Niigata Stadium , Niigata. Referee: Markus Merk Germany.
Referee: Ubaldo Aquino Paraguay. Suwon World Cup Stadium , Suwon. Referee: Anders Frisk Sweden.
Jeonju World Cup Stadium , Jeonju. Kobe Wing Stadium , Kobe. Referee: Peter Prendergast Jamaica. Miyagi Stadium , Miyagi.
Referee: Pierluigi Collina Italy. Daejeon World Cup Stadium , Daejeon. Referee: Byron Moreno Ecuador. Shizuoka Stadium , Shizuoka.
Referee: Felipe Ramos Mexico. Munsu Cup Stadium , Ulsan. Referee: Hugh Dallas Scotland. Gwangju World Cup Stadium , Gwangju. Referee: Gamal Al-Ghandour Egypt.
Nagai Stadium , Osaka. Seoul World Cup Stadium , Seoul. Referee: Urs Meier Switzerland. Saitama Stadium , Saitama. Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen Denmark.
Daegu World Cup Stadium , Daegu. Referee: Saad Mane Kuwait. International Stadium Yokohama , Yokohama. Source: [ citation needed ].
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