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Lothar Matthaeus, the 1991 FIFA player of the year, has been hired as Bulgaria's national team coach,
Bob Bradley led the U.S. men to an upset of World Cup champion Spain, their first appearance in a final at a major FIFA tournament and the top spot in their group in South Africa.
Japan lost its place as the world's No. 2 economy to China in the second quarter as receding global growth sapped momentum and stunted a shaky recovery.
In 1968 Mercedes-Benz manufactured 23,885 280Sl sports cars. Each one had a 2.8-liter, in-line, six-cylinder engine with two valves per cylinder and a single overhead cam. The powerplant produced 170 horsepower while delivering 19 miles per gallon of gas. Additionally, the sophisticated suspension assured precise handling. The base price was about $7,800.
Andres Iniesta scored with four minutes of extra time remaining Sunday to give Spain a deserved 1-0 win over the Netherlands and a first World Cup title.
The Netherlands turned on the style in the second half and reached its third World Cup final with a 3-2 victory over Uruguay on Tuesday.
David Villa finished off a move of Spanish perfection to finally break down Portugal's defensive wall Tuesday, giving the European champions a 1-0 win and a spot in the World Cup quarterfinals.