This World Cup, as we know was a very special occasion for all the African people, as it was the first FIFA world cup to take place on the African continent. And South Africa has become the first country to successfully host the it first FIFA World Cup. On this occasion the South African President, Jacob Zuma, has never been so delighted to see the success and efficiency of this tournament which his country has hosted for the first time.
Now speaking about the matches, FIFA is still not over. There are still two more exciting matches to go, of which, one is the World Cup Finals which is to played between, Netherlands and Spain on Sunday this week. The second match will be held for the third place standings in the World Cup, which scheduled on the 10th of July, played between Germany and Uruguay.
On the 11th, when the finals is going to take place, Shakira, is all set to entertain the crowd at the Soccer City Stadium, with her famous song ‘Waka Waka’ which has been the theme song for this years World Cup. On Sunday, both the European soccer giants are set to clash, to gain the 2010 World Cup Title.