25. Danny. Got ahead of Heinze to turn Arshavin cross wide of Casillas
Real Madrid top their group after a 1-2 win against Zenit in Saint Petersburg. Bernd Schuster's side went ahead in only the third minute when Hubocan turned Van der Vaart's cross in to his own net, and although Danny turned in Arshavin's cross to equalise twenty minutes later, Van Nistelrooy soon restored the lead after Van der Vaart's initial effort was blocked. After that though the Russian side monopolized the play, and only some frantic defending and the woodwork prevented them from levelling the scores once again.
Group of death in world cup history review: Each FIFA world cup, some teams were balloted to be in the group death. Today www.bwo888**** will guide you to review the groups of death in the passed world cup matches. Concern on www.bwo888****, concern on the FIFA world cup, let us together to review the groups of death as following: 1958 Group 4 Brazil/USSR/England/Austria, The 1958 World Cup in Sweden witnessed the first true Group of Death, with three traditional soccer powers competing and the USSR and England, Brazil ultimately won the Cup and Austria, overmatched by the three titans of the group; 1966 Group A England/Uruguay/France/Mexico, This Group of Death was marked by low-scoring, slug-fest matches, as England and Uruguay moved on despite having scored only six goals between them in six matches, tied for the fewest by advancing first round teams since 1950; 1970 Group 3 England/Brazil/Romania/Czechoslovakia, Brazil and England were again members of a Group of Death in Mexico's 1970 affair, as they were saddled together with Romania and Czechoslovakia in Group 3. 1978 Group 1 Italy/Argentina/France/Hungary, The Group of Death sobriquet was attached to Group 1 in 1978, when upstarts France and Hungary, Italy defeated Argentina 1-0 in the group's final match to win the group, but the hosts had the last laugh, as Italy finished fourth and the Argentines won their first World Cup. 1982 Group C (Second Round) Italy/Brazil/Argentina, In the last World Cup that featured a second-round group stage, Group C was the epitome of a Group of Death.1990 Group B Argentina/Romania/Cameroon/USSR,The first match of Italy '90 both symbolized and foreshadowed the shocking nature of Group B, which unpredictably became the Group of Death. 1994 Group E Italy/Ireland/Mexico/Norway, All four teams in Group E finished the first round with four points and all four had equal goal differentials of zero, the only time that has ever happened in World Cup history; 1998 Group D Spain/Nigeria/Paraguay/Bulgaria Having expanded from 24 to 32 teams at France '98, each group could now definitively only send its top two teams on to the second round; 2002 Group F Argentina/England/Nigeria/Sweden,From the moment the tournament draw took place for Korea/Japan 2002, Group F was regarded incontrovertibly as the Group of Death. 2006 Group C Argentina/Netherlands/Ivory Coast/Serbia, Germany's 2006 event featured two strong Group of Death candidates, with Group E and Group C; 2010 Group G Brazil/North Korea/Ivory Coast/Portugal, Two countries ranked in the top five in FIFA's world rankings and the second highest-ranked team from Africa make Group G the Group of Death for South Africa 2010.