Saturday, September 5, 2009

Mexico Wins in World Cup

by Mike Tolochko

Mexico Is Brilliant in Road Victory in Costa Rico
Giovani Dos Santos Scores and Assists

The economy is in the the tank for all of Mexico and and Central America, but the fortunes of Mexico are shining bright in the quest to qualify for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

Going into the latter part of the second half of the game tonite between Mexico and Costa Rico, the Mexican team has a 3 to zero lead.

20-year old, Giovani Dos Santos scored the first goal and assisted on the second and third.

This is another major step for futballer, Dos Santos, who at the very young age of 20 years old is staging a remarkable comeback recovery. Three years ago he was the toast of Mexico with a stunning break into the limelight. He scored important goals and assisted even more so in major soccer games.

Then he went to the professional leagues of Europe and fell prey to the difficulties of success. His career was over to many in the soccer world.

He made a complete turnaround in this life.

Dos Santos is the son of a Brazilian father and Mexican mother.

The 2010 World Cup is certain to attract more attention than any in the past.