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Deccan Herald » Sports
It’s celebration time for gritty Italy
Francesco Totti, Marco Materazzi and Fabio Grosso playfully mauled each other in a dog pile. Multimillion-dollar athletes jumped around like little kids, and goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon ....
Lippi and wards overjoyed
Italy came into the World Cup in Germany under a cloud, with four top clubs including reigning champions Juventus embroiled in a match-fixing scandal, but the team gained in strength with each round of the tournament.
Grosso’s moment

He was provoked, says agent
The former French captain was sent off in the World Cup final – his last game before retirement – after driving his head into the chest of Materazzi in extra time. But Zidane's agent, Migliaccio, claims Materazzi insulted Zidane, the French-born son of Algerian immigrants.
Zidane apologised to mates

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