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Brentside High's alternative World Cup

Sulaymaan from Brentside High School in Ealing, London.
Sulaymaan provided World Cup commentary in Ealing.

"England, South Africa and France are all in the quarter finals of the World Cup!" That might not ring true - but we are talking about Brentside High's own World Cup tournament.

Pupils at the London school are battling it out to lift the ultimate football trophy. They have everything the World Cup has - players, team captains, commentators and journalists. But the results are significantly different, as Ravika explains:

In this World Cup, South Africa are in the lead. Zain is their captain. Here are his tips for success:

Keeping an eye on the games is commentator Sulaymaan. He reckons there haven't been as many poor refereeing decisions as in the real World Cup:

Roshni has been spending her time making sure the fans look the part:

Mica and Nada have been capturing all the action on camera:


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