Most Shocking World Cup Moments (2010)

Originally aired by the BBC shortly before the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, this two-hour documentary highlights some of the most wonderful, ridiculous and bizarre moments of the previous four or five World Cup competitions. From Maradona’s “Hand of God” to Romania’s strange team bonding activities to Germany’s almost ludicrously efficient penalty-taking abilities (compared to England’s complete inability to win a game by penalties) to Diana Ross (just watch the film), this documentary film gives a pretty decent account of why the World Cup is the most popular sporting tournament on the planet.

And the soundtrack isn’t too bad either………



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