Apr 9, 2009, 5:02 AM
Ghanians have indeed made the whole of Africa proud by trashing the Serbian team 1-0 during the third day game of the World Cup, which is currently taking place in
Meanwhile, football fever is said to be spreading throughout the world. It manifests itself in different ways and can lead to anything from singing and dancing in the streets to driving furiously and displaying national colours.
The funny thing is that by looking at someone you can't notice it from their appearance. It also takes different forms in different countries. In
The only place this doesn't happen is in the pubs, which is somehow strange. One pub in
It's not all bad news though, the Russians were able to announce a 70% fall in crime rates, while their team was in action during
Brazilian banks, on the other hand, have been told they can close if they want during matches to avoid any chances of raids on their branches and vans, as
Algeria's sales of plasma TVs have hit the roof in preparation for their first appearance in 24 years, with some people retiring early so that they wouldn't miss a minute of the action.
In 2006, the inhabitants of Khartoum in Sudan, sat in the dark and watched the matches after their local power company warned of power cuts, if they overused some of their household appliances. So, watch out for outbreaks of this deadly disease.