Posted by sean on June 27, 2010 at 12:15 pm in England with No Comments

This afternoon it is the second round of the World Cup and England take on ‘Ye Olde Enemy ‘ – the Germans.

As we all know, the rivalry between England and Germany dates back many years. In 2001, we beat them 5-1. In 1990 and 1996, they knocked us out of two separate competitions on penalties. In 1966, we beat them in the World Cup Final.

Perhaps England’s most famous victory and memorable triumph over Germany happened over 65 years ago, when we twice destroyed their nation. It was a very proud occasion for England and one we will never forget. It is just a shame The International Tiddlywinks Tournament was abolished soon after, so we have never had chance to beat them at it again.

Oh… I almost forgot the most important bit… COME ON ENGLAND!!!!!!

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