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England fans react after defeat

06-28-2010 09:24 BJT Special Report: World Cup 2010 |

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Back to London, the English football fans watched the thrilling round of 16 World Cup match in the pub.

In the hot summer day, the football fans gathered to support their team against the arch-rivals Germany. They had a nail-biting feeling when they appeared to have equalised in the first half, but Frank Lampard's goal was not given.After the disappointing 4-1 defeat, there was still much discussion for the disallowed goal.

Back to London, the English football fans watched the thrilling round of 16 World Cup match in the pub.
Back to London, the English football fans watched the thrilling round of 16 World 
Cup match in the pub.

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