Moonmoon Ghosh

Tonight it comes to an end. The month-long tournament, 32 teams, two left standing and fighting for the prized scalp — lifting the coveted World Cup trophy. Read more

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Raghav Sikka

The world will remember Africa’s first World Cup and it’s final for two very special reasons. Firstly because neither Netherlands nor Spain have ever lifted the greatest prize in football and secondly due to the fact that no European nation until date has gone ahead to win the Cup outside of Europe. Read more

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Dhiman Sarkar

Participating in a radio programme two years ago, I was told by an English journalist that the best way to get around in South Africa was to drive through the country. Read more

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Raghav Sikka

The moment we are all waiting for is finally here, so do expect some cracking goals along with fast-paced attacking football between Germany and Argentina. History has repeated itself as the two sides collide once again for a place in the final four. Read more

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Dhiman Sarkar

Dhiman Sarkar

One of the first things that strike you in most European countries is how life goes on with minimum of noise. First impressions of Germany four years ago were as if someone had pressed the mute button on a giant remote. Read more

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Moonmoon Ghosh

He is 232 days old, but has a wicked sense of humour. He introduces himself as the “youngest Twitter scribe in the world.” He is an infant, who probably hasn’t even learnt to walk or hold himself upright, but tweets everyday. Read more

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Raghav Sikka

England’s recent performance against Algeria (0-0) has probably been one of the most dreadful ones we have witnessed so far. Capello and company were successful in the World Cup qualifiers but their start in South Africa has proved to be a major disappointment. Read more

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