Preview: Of the six teams making their World Cup debut in 2006, Trinidad and Tobago is perhaps the biggest underdog.  Sportsbooks list the squad at 1000/1 to win it all, but what matters most is the tiny Caribbean nation of 1 million getting a chance to see themselves on the world stage.

Many of the Trinidad and Tobago players play abroad in England, Scotland, and the United States, and can rely on the veteran leadership of former Manchester United star Dwight York as well as experienced Dutch coach coach Leo Beenhakker.

Result: In earning their first World Cup point ever, Trinidad & Tobago achieved and surpassed the dreams and aspirations of their fans.  For the first 175 minutes of World Cup play they seemingly defied the laws of sports in keeping England and Sweden scoreless.