Normally I would ignore this stuff but I'll admit - I'm looking for more reasons to go against Brazil. And here comes one more: Team Xbox, whoever they are (safe guess is they're trying to sell something), are calling - well, let's forget who they're calling, but let's also say it's not Brazil:
The Final itself was an epic battle where the Czech Republic's resilient defense was pitted against Brazilian flair, with the Czech Republic ultimately winning 2-1 to capture its first FIFA World Cup. Goals from Ronaldo and Tomas Rosicky kept the game tied 1-1 going into the second half. The difference between the teams was Czech forward Pavel Nedved, who unlocked a weaker Brazilian backline in the 77th minute for Milan Baros to score his sixth goal of the tournament, and secure the trophy for the Czechs.
To which I say: Bring it on, carpal-tunnel afflicted brothers and sisters! These nerds are on the same page as me, and give 'em credit: their price hasn't been knocked down by a bogus result against inferior opposition. I may just throw a mark or two on Nedved and the lads, after all, even if they're older than Damon Allen.