First Goal in FIFA World Cup 2010
Today in Soccer City Stadium, Johannesburg, Siphiwe Tshabalala scored the first goal in FIFA World Cup 2010 on 55 minutes in the opening match against Mexico, the goal that put the host nation in front. A great show of talent and creativity in front of almost eighty five thousand spectators. It was an emotional moment for him, his team and his nation, and they celebrated joyfully afterwards. See those moments in the video below. Tshabalala is South Africa talented player who born in 1984 and played as winger for Kaizer Chiefs in the Premier Soccer League in South Africa. Tshabalala was part of the South African squad at 2006 African Nations Cup, 2008 African Nations Cup and the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup. Mexico later tied the game 1 – 1 but it did not diminish the specialty of this goal. And as it is posted in the web, using current technology, it can be viewed in your laptops, desktop computers or mobile phones, practically anywhere anytime.