The 2002 FIFA World Cup in Japan and Korea promised to be the biggest and most fiercely competed in the history of the tournament, with 32 of the world's best teams competing in 20 spectacular stadiums. The competition did not fail to deliver. The official 2002 FIFA World Cup Review tells the story of, arguably, the most unpredictable and exciting World Cup in the history of the tournament. From the opening day defeat of the reigning World Champions, France, by a sensational Senegal side, to Brazil's brilliant win over Germany in the final, the competition was packed with shocks, upsets and fabulous football. This will go down as one of the most dramatic World Cups ever. It features South Korea's remarkable success, Turkey's amazing run to the semi-final and England's historic victory over arch enemies Argentina. This unique DVD looks back at all the most magical moments from the tournament, with highlights from each of the 64 games. This programme will bring the memories flooding back.