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Stiff competition in World Cup race

Published: Monday 7 June 2010, 9.00CET
Ahead of Friday's kick-off at the 2010 FIFA World Cup we ask Lionel Messi, Kaká, Tim Cahill, Steven Pienaar and Franz Beckenbauer who they think will lift the trophy on 11 July.

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Published: Monday 7 June 2010, 9.00CET

Stiff competition in World Cup race

Ahead of Friday's kick-off at the 2010 FIFA World Cup we ask Lionel Messi, Kaká, Tim Cahill, Steven Pienaar and Franz Beckenbauer who they think will lift the trophy on 11 July.

Ahead of the FIFA World Cup finals, 32 nations have dreams of glory but only one can take the prize home from South Africa. UEFA.com turned to five household names from all corners of the globe – Lionel Messi, Kaká, Steven Pienaar, Tim Cahill and Franz Beckenbauer – to hear who they think could lift the trophy in Johannesburg on 11 July.

Last updated: 31/10/12 16.55CET

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