2002 FIFA World Cup in South Korea/Japan. By: Al-Muthanna Al-Ani 7B. History of the World Cup. The FIFA World Cup started in the year 1930. Every 4 years they hold the matches. The only time they haven’t had a World Cup was 1942 and 1946, because of World War II. 8. 8.
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2002 FIFA World Cup in South Korea/Japan By: Al-Muthanna Al-Ani 7B
History of the World Cup The FIFA World Cup started in the year 1930. Every 4 years they hold the matches. The only time they haven’t had a World Cup was 1942 and 1946, because of World War II.8 8
The FIFA world competition I chose to research is the FIFA 2002 World Cup. It was held on the 31st of May 2002 to the 30th of June 2002. It was held in South Korea and Japan. 1 3
This was the first World Cup, and still the only World Cup, to be hosted by two different countries.2 5 4
The finalists in the competition were Brazil and Germany. The winner of the World Cup was Brazil with the score of:1 Brazil: 2 2 Germany: 0 2 Ronaldo scored the 2 goals. 6 7
Ronaldo’s full name is RonaldoLu`isNaz`ario de Lima. He was born on the 18th of September 1976. He was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Ronaldo is one of footballs most famous players. He has played in many different teams, like14: 1993: Cruzeio 1994-1996: PSV Eindhoven 1996-1997: Barcelona 14 And so on. He has also participated in several World Cup competitions, including:14 1998 World Cup 2002 World Cup 2006 World Cup 14 14
In the scoring sequence, Ronaldo scored both goals in the tournament to make his team win the World Cup.9 10 11
The goal that took my attention is the wining goal for the Brazilian team. That happened when Rivaldo took the ball from a square ball pass that Kl`eberson did and then gave it to Ronaldo. Ronaldo then took the ball to the edge of the box and scored a goal from there.9 A square ball pass is a parallel pass through the middle of the field. The pass goes to the player on the other side. 12 15
The defending team could have marked players on the other team, that way it would be harder for the attacking team to shoot a goal. Marking players is when players on the other team try to stop the player that they have been assigned and take the ball away from them during the whole game. 13
Brazil’s winning strategy was when the 2 players were attacking, on the right or left wing, some of the other good players were behind them in case they could not pass the other teams defense. That way they had to backup and then turn around and pass it to the player behind them. That would then keep the other team from trying to get the ball from the wrong person.
There were no “off the ball” movements in the game to help get the goal. Off the Ball means when a player on a team does actions when he does not have the ball and his actions help the person with the ball.
Check out this video to see how Ronaldo scored the winning goal in the final match. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBYXU7jUBHM
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