Posted by sean on November 12, 2005 at 9:42 pm in England with No Comments

Well what a great game of football!

I couldn’t really have asked for much for entertainment wise, England winning 3-2 with Michael Owen grabbing two late goals coming from behind against Argentina, one of the strongest teams in the world.

I’m not going to start saying we will win the World Cup or anything like that but today’s performance did prove that the England players can play very well against a top side and come back to win from behind.

The performance today was the best I have seen by England in a long time. If they play like that during EVERY game of The World Cup and are fortunate with injuries and suspensions I cannot see any reason why England cannot win the competition. The major factor is, as always England keeping their excellent performance for 90 minutes and into extra time. In so many previous, crucial games, England have let themselves down by not playing at their best. They must overcome this problem.

Anyway, well done to all of the England boys today, you did so well, now play every game like that! Oh and finally I predicted a win for England (see below)! :o)

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