World Cup football: Trinidad and Tobago vs. England 0-2

Trinidad and Tobago football team, the Soca warriors

At the World Cup football in Germany, today Trinidad and Tobago vs. England, in Nurenberg.

At half time, it was still both teams at zero goals.

Ten minutes into the second half time, Wayne Rooney was substituted by the English coach for Owen.

Also a substitute for Trinidad and Tobago: Glen, playing in Los Angeles in the USA.

Then, Downing from Middlesborough as a substitute for Joe Cole in the England team.

Glen then came in front of the English keeper, but his shot was not a goal.

Shaka Hislop, the Trinidad and Tobago goalie, saved a shot by Lampard.

Another shot by Lampard, after 77 minutes play, was wide.

Shaka Hislop then saved an attempt by Ashley Cole.

A shot by Edwards from Trinidad just missed the English goalpost.

Eight minutes from the end, a header by Crouch from Liverpool meant 1-0 for England.

Dutch TV said: that goal should bever have been allowed.

As TV replay showed Crouch had pulled his opponent by the hair.

Then, a corner kick for Trinidad and Tobago.

It went wide.

The attacker Wise was substituted for back Theobald in Trinidad and Tobago.

Then, Steven Gerrard made it 2-0 for England.

A goal by Trinidad and Tobago, just before the end, was disallowed.

The final score: 2-0.

Iranian team at World Cup: here.

A World Cup guide: here.

World’s smallest soccer field: here.

6 thoughts on “World Cup football: Trinidad and Tobago vs. England 0-2

  1. it has already gone you will have to look forward to the next competition and by the special grace of God you will come out in flying colours.
    N.B- I will like to join your under 15 team .i will be looking forward towards your response
    Thanks and be blessed.


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