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My Hetalia WC2010 Scribbles 2 by sawamura-sama My Hetalia WC2010 Scribbles 2 by sawamura-sama
Woot~! Second scribbles! :D
Oh this second part is more messy than the first, beware, haha :D

Other Hetalia World Cup 2010 Scribbles:
part 1 [link]
part 3 [link]
part 4 [link]
part 5 [link]
part 6 [link]
part 7 [link]
part 8 [link]
part 9 [link]

Oh btw, did a mistake in drawing South Korea before, there souldn't be any pony tails ^^;
And here's something to get you busy with, LOL:

Netherland VS Denmark: 2-0
The first own goal in this WC, by Poulsen from Denmark team ^^;
And as for the Neds, people were expecting something excellent from them but the match turned out to be so-so.
And their coach said something of shouldn't be arrogant though they're one of the most looked up teams this year.

Japan VS Cameroon: 1-0
Woot~! Perhaps lots of people thought Cameroon was gonna win it, but then it went the opposite.
About the drawing in the box there, that's how I saw the defences from both team: sloppy XD
Everytime the ball went in a defending team area, everyone from both team started ineffectively crowdeling over it just like little kiddies XD

Italy VS Paraguay: 1-1
Bad start from the 2006 World Champ (but not like it's the first time from Italy XD).
How did grandpa Rome ended up in this drawing? Well, it's because Italy has many senior players (maybe more than needed??).
I heard even the Italians were confused (and some were upset) by Lippi's choice of players :p

Extra: Vuvuzula
What's the hottest topic in WC 2010? That's right! VUVUZULA!! :dance:
The plastic horn thingy succeeded in annoying many people world wide.
The non-stopping intense buzzing noise made viewers who watched the games from TV irritated.
At least some countries' national TV stations reported so (such as France and South Korea, etc).
Alas, David Villa (Spain striker) said that the sound has some kind of ambience, but still it makes the players difficult to communicate in the field due to the intense blaring noise.
While Jamie Carragher (England defender) said his kids were asking him to buy those horns as souvenirs ^^;

As for myself, I think it's fine to make loud noises in a football game. But I agree that it is much more exciting to hear "aahh-oohh" and singing from the crowd instead of non-stoppping un-melodic buzzing sound.
And what FIFA thinks about this? They permitted it :D

Hetalia Axis Powers (c) Hidekaz Himaruya
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dbzspeed Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2010
This just makes me love soccer even more!Your so awsome at drawing too!!!!
does the 10 on everybodies jersey's mean 2010 or do you just like ten?
MsRiachuD Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2013
Football is pretty kick ass, no pun intended.
sawamura-sama Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2010
well, simply it's beacuse 10 is some kind of a sacred number in soccer.
players wearing that number is usually considered as the ace of the team :D
dbzspeed Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2010
Ah!So that's what it was!Thanks For telling me!!!^_^
kamy1non1 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i don't like vuvuzula >.<
sawamura-sama Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010
well, I'm still fine with those horns,
but yeah, many ppl dislike it ^^:
violetblossom Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2010
I love Vuvuzula they aren't really a bother when i watch a game
sawamura-sama Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2010
yeah, and when u get use to it, it wont bother u anymore ^^
(i want a vuvuzela of my own :la:
violetblossom Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2010
nope i went to the cup(day1) they didn't even bother me there either they are awesome
Sochiiaaa Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2010  Student Interface Designer the granpa part! :love:
horn souvenir??? so, that's called vuvuzula...
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