During the World Cup Finals, we've seen a lot of good matches, but none have been more exciting than Japan vs Greece. Here we are with live commentary from Barry Testes and Gary Ovum.
Barry: Whether you like the Japanese game or you prefer it Greek style, we've got plenty on show for you tonight. You join us for the second half kick-off, the game currently standing at an exhilarating 0-0. And it's Hitoshoti with the ball, he's dribbling down his flank. What do you make of it, Gary?
Gary: Well, I have to say I still fancy the Greeks. They've got good penetration, they've got width and they've got depth, it's just a question of whether they can get it in.
Barry: Greece's Kebabopoulis has come at Hitoshoti from behind. He's got between the forward's legs and shown him his very impressive tackle.
Gary: His tackle made contact with the ball, so the referee has not interrupted.
Barry: It's gone out for a corner now. Shitto is squatted over the corner and he's curled one out and it's landed right on the head of the centre forward. The goalkeeped managed to mop it up though.
Gary: Yes, that was good keeping. The goalkeeper Moussaka has been diving at Japanese balls all night and he's handled most of them, but occasionally some will leak in.
Barry: The goalmouth is still lying open, expectant and empty. Although we've certainly seen a load of shots across its face.
Gary: Yes, and that's typical of the Japanese shooting style, but the Greek goalie seems to be enjoying it. The balls are swinging over his head but yet again he's managed to knock one out.
Barry: Greece on the attack now, they're trying to find a way in. Here's Tzatziki, and he's managed to get through at the back.
Gary: He's really stretched the Japanese rear. Somehow he's found himself in the hole with a chance to tear them open. He's just got to keep on plugging.
Barry: That's right, but there's no happy finish this time for Tzatziki. He's slipped and got covered in mud.
Gary: That's what happens when you try to go too deep and you don't have any cover.