a hideous monstrosity of a museum dedicated to what appears to be his record collection.
I'm getting the feeling you don't like canadians, do tell?
CARSON, Calif. (Reuters) - Germany lifted the soccer's Women's World Cup for the first time on Sunday after a golden goal from substitute Nia Kuenzer gave them a 2-1 victory over Sweden.
The match had gone into extra time when Kuenzer rose to meet a free kick from midfielder Renate Lingor in the 98th minute and headed home from 12 yards out.
Sweden had taken the lead in the 41st minute when forward Hanna Ljungberg was put clear by a fine pass from midfielder Victoria Svensson and calmly slotted the ball past onrushing German keeper Silke Rottenberg.
Germany equalized just 45 seconds into the second half when forward Maren Meinert fired home after being put clean through by a pass from fellow striker Birgit Prinz.
I didn't even know this was on. There's been no publicity about it at all. And that's pretty unusual in this sports mad country.
The team's nickname? I don't know of any. (Actually, nicknaming teams isn't soooo popular here as in the Anglo-Saxon countries.)