Raahil Chopra
Jun 11, 2010

Catch the online FIFA World Cup buzz

The World Cup opening ceremony is just a few hours away now. For all of those who are sitting in their offices, biting their nails in anticipation waiting for the carnival from South Africa to begin, just to make the fever sink in a little more, here is a collection of videos that will raise the adrenaline rush in your body, just that bit more. For those who don't think the World Cup will make any difference to your life, have a look at this and you might want to change your mind.

Catch the online FIFA World Cup buzz

The World Cup opening ceremony is just a few hours away now. For all of those who are sitting in their offices, biting their nails in anticipation waiting for the carnival from South Africa to begin, just to make the fever sink in a little more, here is a collection of videos that will raise the adrenaline rush in your body, just that bit more. For those who don't think the World Cup will make any difference to your life, have a look at this and you might want to change your mind. As for the last Gudang Garam spot, we're not sure how many of the players in South Africa will be in contention for the fair play awards but here goes. Enjoy the videos and tell us what you think. 

 
World Cup 2010 video list: Watch the spots here
 
Shakira's official World Cup 2010 anthem
 
 
Coca Cola featuring Wayne Rooney
 
Nike - Write the future
 
Sony World Cup 2010 Commercial
 
 
 
Castrol Magnatec
 
Wavin' Flag by K'naan
 
Adidas orignals featuring David Beckham
 
ESPN
 
Budweiser crowd
 
Castle beer

 

Gudang Garam 

Source:
Campaign India

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