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Paraguay 2-0 Trinidad and Tobago
Tuesday, 20 June 2006

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2235: dave
Trinidad & Tobago should be proud of what they've achieved but their problem has been a lack of cutting edge in front of goal. The same applies for Paraguay but that is rather disappointing considering the experience they have at the World Cup.

2207: SoZeKeySer
T&T can leave Germany with their heads high. They were competitive in every game and did better than everyone expected. It would be nice to make it to South Africa in 2010, but probably unlikely. Wish they had scored a goal, as they deserved that much. Go Soca Warriors!

2204: rivaldo_9
I am very pround of what T&T accomplished. Well done boys better luck next time!

1930: faiweirafma
I can see T&T nicking this, quite possibly a frenzied finale with goals at both ends in the final few minutes.

1920: moorcat17
T&T will come out hard and fast and frustrate Paraguay. That I don't doubt. Their technical ability is what I do. They have to chase the game, at least in the second half, if Sweden are losing to have any chance, and I think they are going to be punished for it.

1912: quarters at best
I'd like to think Trinidad could win, then knock out Germany, but even if they do win I can't see England beating Sweden. I predict a diplomatic 1-1 which will stop T&T qualifying even if they won. But if I'm wrong and they do get through, I think with their manager they have half a chance of shocking.


  England 3 3 7
  Sweden 3 1 5
  Paraguay 3 0 3
  Trin & Tob 3 -4 1


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