Don Riddell is an anchor and correspondent for ‘World Sport’, hosting the show from CNN’s world headquarters in Atlanta. Since joining CNN in 2002 he has traveled extensively; filing stories from dozens of different countries and interviewing many of the world’s top sports names including Tiger Woods, Roger Federer and Michael Schumacher. He covered Spain’s 2010 World Cup victory from Madrid and has broadcast live from the Ryder Cup, the Open Championship, the Rugby World Cup, the Tour de France, the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and five consecutive Champions League finals.
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THE WORLD CUP GAME BETWEEN THE U.S.A and GERMANY was a GOOD GAME between the teams, UNFORTUNELY I CAN NOT SAY THE SAME FOR THE MAIN REFEREE, WHO GOT IN THE WAY OF THE U.S.A TEAM DURING THE GAME AND SAW ONLY FOULS THE U.S.A MADE AND SOME OF THOSE CALLS WERE QUESTIONABLE. THE MAIN REFEREE DID NOT "SEE," QUOTE UNDQUOTE THE FOULS THAT GERMANY MADE FOR A LONG TIME IN THE GAME (1ST HALF & Beginning 2ND HALF) . JUST ASK JERMAINE JONES, OMAR GONZALEZ , BEASLEY AND OTHER PLAYERS ON THE U.S. TEAM HOW TIMES THEY GOT LITERALLY GOT KNOCK DOWN IT WAS OBIVOUS THAT THE US TEAM PLAYED AGAINST AN EXCELLENT OPPONENT, BUT GERMANY GOT SOME HELP FROM THE REFEREEE. IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE REVIEW THE ENTIRE GAME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!!!!!! I THINK THE SAME HAPPENED AGAINST MEXICO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...........SOMEBODY NEEDS TO TALK TO THIS REFEREE………….REALLY !!!!!!!!!!!!