South Africa Mexico Draw The First 2010 World Cup Score

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Don Shapiro
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South Africa World Cup

The South Africa team scored the first goal but Mexico came back to tie it, keeping both Group A teams very much in the mix.  The draw would pay out over US$20 for every US$10 bet.

Veteran Rafael Marquez tied the game for Mexico following winger Siphiwe Tshabalala giving South Africa the first goal.

South Africa is a huge underdog to win the 2010 World Cup at 100/1 odds. 

The next game goes off at 2:30 pm EST in the US on ESPN, 7:30 pm in London:  Uruguay vs. France.

France would pay out US$12 for every US$10 bet with a win.  Uruguay would pay out US$24.50 for every US$10 bet.  The draw pays US$22.

France was getting 70 percent of the public backing coming into their match with Uruguay. 

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