2nd leg analysis:
Eliminated by the math:
Failures Art (no comments).
McGentrix cannot make any more points.
Don Camilo: A hat-trick by Messi, and no other chosen striker scoring would put him in 21 points... but RJB would have 22.
ehbeth: If El Niño Torres wakes up with a lot of goals, RJB would still defeat her; if its Higuaín who scores, several players would be ahead of her.
lmur: His only remaining strikers, Villa and Higuaín, are in a higher position in osso's picks.
Francis: His only remaining striker, Higuaín, is in a higher position with Robert Gentel.
Scarse or only theoretical possibility:
ossobuco needs a weird combination of goals by Villa, Higuaín, Klose and Messi (Villa to score at least 2 goals, and at least one more goal than Higuaín, plus Klose and Messi to score twice each) AND Tévez and Podolski not to score.
Calamity Jane needs Higuaín and Klose to combine for 6 goals AND Özul, Podolski and Villa not to score.
fbaezer needs Klose to score at least two goals AND at least one more than Villa and Higuaín AND Tévez and Podolski not to score.
Realjohnboy needs a hat-trick by Messi and no other chosen striker to score (except for Torres), or 2 goals by Messi and 2 goals by Torres, and no other chosen striker to score (except for one Özil goal, at the most).
Walter Hinteler needs 2 goals by Özil and Podolski not to score, or 3 goals by Özil and 1 by Podolski AND, in both cases, Villa and Tévez no to score.
George only needs 2 goals by Higuaín AND for Villa, Tévez and Podolski not to score AND Özil to score less than 3 goals.
So the race looks now between:
Pantalones, who has Podolski on the top of his list.
Sjaradona, who has Tévez in place number two...
... and Robert Gentel, who has Higuaín in place number 3.
The three of them have Villa, but the one who benefits the most is Sjaradona, who has him at the top (Villa's second for Pantos, 4th for Robert).
A goal by Higuaín, and none by Podolski, Tévez or Villa will give the medal to Robert. But... for every Villa goal, he'd need another one by Higuaín. A goal by Tévez or Podolski, would force Higuaín to score 3.
Sjaradona has lots of chances: a goal by Tévez means a phase win IF Podolski doesn't score and Higuaín doesn't make a hat-trick. A goal by Villa means the win IF Podolski doesn't score.
Pantalones only needs Podolski to score (OR Villa, Tévez and Higuaín NOT to score AND Özil no to score twice). If Podolski scores once and Villa, Tévez or Higuaín score at least twice, then it's Sjaradona's or Robert's win.
I'm sure you all noticed that I made it as simple as I could.