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Item #18427
  1. Relive South Africa
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Relive South Africa

This DVD contains 15 short features from the 2010 world championships in South Africa. It covers everything from the Opening Ceremony to the trophy presentation. 90 minutes.

Includes:

Opening Ceremony

Opening Match Highlights

Top Goals and Saves

Best Passes

Best Match

Managers

Fans

Magic Moments

adidas Golden Ball

Bloopers

Closing Ceremony

The Finalists

The Final

On Camera

Musical Tribute


Este DVD incluye 15 cortometrajes con lo mejor del Mundial de Sudáfrica 2010. Cubre prácticamente todo, desde la ceremonia de apertura hasta la entrega del trofeo. 90 minutos.

Incluye:

Ceremonia de apertura

Lo destacado del partido inaugural

Los mejores g

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