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eWorld Cup soccer title goes Germany's way

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eWorld Cup soccer title goes Germany's way

eWorld Cup soccer title goes Germany's way

Germany's Mohammed 'Mo Auba' Harkous defeats defending champion Mosaad 'Msdossary' Aldossary to win the FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final.

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eWorld Cup soccer title goes Germany's way

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MOHAMMED 'MO AUBA' HARKOUS (GREEN SHIRT) WALKING OUT FOR THE FINAL 2.

MOSAAD 'MSDOSSARY' ALDOSSARY (BLACK/DARK BLUE SHIRT) WALKING OUT FOR THE FINAL 3.

PLAYERS SHAKE HANDS 4.

AUDIENCE WATCHING 5.

VARIOUS OF FINAL IN PROGRESS WITH MOHAMMED 'MO AUBA' HARKOUS WINNING (8 SHOTS) 6.

VARIOUS OF MOHAMMED 'MO AUBA' HARKOUS WITH THE TROPHY WHICH WAS PRESENTED BY WILFRIED ZAHA (WHITE T-SHIRT) (5 SHOTS) STORY: Germany's Mohammed 'Mo Auba' Harkous claimed the $250,000 first prize as he beat defending champion Mosaad 'Msdossary' Aldossary to win the FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final in London, UK on Sunday (August 4).

Harkous, one of the most experienced players of the EA Sports simulation in the tournament but not one of the favourites, won 3-2 over two legs at London's O2 Arena.

The first leg, played on the Xbox format ended 1-1 but Harkous edged the PlayStation leg 2-1.

Millions of players around the world had started off hoping to reach the London finals where the top-32 have been in action since Friday (August 2) -- the 58 hours of action streamed live in six languages across social media and leading broadcasters.

Harkous, a professional gamer for Werder Bremen, paraded around the stage holding with the trophy presented by Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha.

Harkous is Germany's first champion of the tournament that began in 2004.

(Production: Mike Brock)




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