Two of the nations under the most scrutiny going into the 2010 World Cup are England and the United States, and not only are they paired together in Group C, but they’re also set to face off in what should …
Slovenia national football team played their first international football match in 1992 against Estonia after their split from Yugoslavia in 1991. Their first major tournament came in 2000 when they qualified for the Euros. They drew two out of the three group stage games and ended up at the bottom of their group.
Then with an astonishing home record of 13 goals scored to one conceded in six games, Slovenia qualified for the World Cup 2010. Being on top of a group, which had England, USA and Algeria with them, they failed to progress to the Round of 16 after they lost to England and USA beat Algeria.