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Friday, September 11, 2009

'England could champion'

Lampard (left) and Gerrard Nadi success of England yesterday.

LONDON - England are can mencongak target at the final 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

Early yesterday morning, Kenda-lian squad Fabio Capello was confirmed ticket to South Africa after membelasah Croatia 5-1 at Wembley in qualifying action.

More sweet, at once saw the success that England managed to pay revenge on Croatia, the team that restrict them to the final played at European Championship (Euro) 2008.

"Now England can win the tournament (World Cup)," said Capello after witnessing the action star of five children fruit yesterday.

"If we can maintain fitness and best played with high spirit as against Croatia, then we can put as the main opponents."

Eight wins from eight matches was enough to give passage to England was perfectly qualified for the final 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

In the action felt, Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard respectively explode two goals, while Wayne Rooney added a goal to enable England advanced to the final 2010 World Cup qualifying action when two matches still remaining.

Currently, the UK collect a maximum of 24 points and eight victories in the competition results qualifying Group Six,

Croatia is in second place seven points behind when the martial-kang England.

"We are one of the world's best pot-kan and we can against any team out there," added Capello.

"Our target is higher in South Africa but later we will be played to win because we know we are England.

"We have reached our first target to advance to pusi kat-end and now, our able-nyai time to prepare for the World Cup.

"Moreover, all the players in this team is the best and I am happy with them."

For the Croatia coach, Slaven Bilic, he admitted that the children were displaying fruits action worst in the history of football country felt when losing to England.

"It is not only a defeat but an insult was pot-kan," said Bilic. - Agencies

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