You have used information about the soccer World Cup from this Web site.
MLA tells you to include:
Author (if known). “Title of article/page”. Name of Web site. Date of publication or last update. Name of any sponsoring organization. Medium of publication. Date you accessed the Web site.
Note: URLs are no longer required. "You should include a URL as supplementary information only when the reader probably cannot locate the source without it or when your instructor requires it." (p. 182)
So you write:
Pouya, Farid and David Sasaki. “World Cup: Iran and Mexico”. Global
Voices. 11 June 2006. Berkman Center for Internet and
Society, Harvard Law School. Web. 11 June 2006.
Tip: Where do you find the "sponsoring organization?" It is not who might have bought advertisement on the page. Click on “About” or “About us”. Web sites often tell you about their purpose or mission and will list institutions or companies that support it.
Note: This Web site has a search function which allows you to easily search for the authors or the title of the contribution you are referencing. Thus the URL is not essential for the citation.