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Greece 2010 WORLD CUP Away kit Small

Greece 2010 WORLD CUP Away kit Small

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This fanela was used in the 2010 Fifa World Cup by Hellas, it features Adidas Clima Cool Technology and it's a size Small. The win against Nigeria in the 2010 FIFA World Cup was important for Greece, as it was their only victory in the tournament.

Greece participated in the 2010 FIFA World Cup, which was held in South Africa. They were placed in Group B along with Argentina, South Korea, and Nigeria.

Greece had a difficult time in the group stage and finished at the bottom of their group. They lost 2-0 to South Korea, 2-0 to Argentina, and managed to secure a 2-1 victory over Nigeria. However, their performance was not sufficient to advance to the knockout stage, and they were eliminated from the tournament in the group stage.

Some of the key players for Greece during that tournament included:

  1. Giorgos Karagounis: Karagounis was the captain of the Greek national team during the 2010 World Cup. He was a central midfielder known for his leadership on the field and his ability to control the game.

  2. Angelos Charisteas: Charisteas was a striker who became a hero for Greece during the 2004 European Championship when he scored the winning goal in the final. He was an experienced player and an important part of Greece's attack.

  3. Kostas Katsouranis: Katsouranis was a versatile midfielder who could contribute both defensively and in attack. He was an experienced player and played a crucial role in Greece's midfield.

  4. Sokratis Papastathopoulos: Sokratis, as he is commonly known, was a young and talented defender who later went on to have a successful club career in top European leagues. He was a key part of Greece's defense during the 2010 World Cup.

  5. Theofanis Gekas: Gekas was a striker known for his goal-scoring ability. He played an important role in Greece's attack during the tournament and was one of the team's key forwards.

  6. Vassilis Torosidis: Torosidis was a versatile player who could play as a right-back or in midfield. He provided defensive stability and also contributed to the team's attacking efforts.

  7. Alexandros Tziolis: Tziolis was a midfielder who played a key role in the center of the pitch, helping control the game and providing defensive support.

  8. Dimitris Salpingidis: Salpingidis was a winger who added pace and creativity to Greece's attack. He was known for his work rate and ability to create scoring opportunities.

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