What’s At Stake in World Cup Games?

June 29, 2010

According to ESPN’s coverage of today’s Spain-Portugal match, the two former colonial powers stand to gain more than just a ticket to the quarterfinals with a victory:

Here’s a closer look:

So much for the Treaty of Tordesillas.


One Response to “What’s At Stake in World Cup Games?”

  1. Your mother's ex said

    As treaties go, 516 years is nothing to sneeze at, especially when, geographically speaking, they were practically sleeping with each other and, as we all know, familiarity breeds contempt..

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