Iniesta’s Shot Saved it All

The first all-European World Cup final ended up with Spain’s first win with a 1-0 victory. over Netherlands. Click here for full summary. The myth is now broken as Spain wins out of Europe. The match was full of excitement right from the beginning.

Netherlands played extremely hush and didn’t even apologise for the rough arm tactics. Nigel De Jong became the fifth player receiving a yellow card after planting his foot on Xabi Alonso’s chest. Gerard Pique looked poised to follow up only to be denied by a combination of Joris Mathijsen and Dirk Kuyt. Most of their shooting were near-to-goals.  After the near-to-goals, the exciting part came when Fabregas passed the ball to Torres and he passed the ball back at Fabregas and to Iniesta. Iniesta would not be denied, however, and his fine late strike put Spain into the history books  that left  the Dutch ‘s dream shattered.

The match ended up with fourteen yellow cards (9 for the Netherlands and 4 for the Spaniards) and 1 red card for John Heitinga (Netherlands). So, Paul the octopus Oracle made a 100% correct prediction the 2010 World Cup.

WE DID IT!!!

One of David Villa's near-to-goal

Nigel De Jong (Netherlands) kicks Xabi Alonso (Spain)

Sergio Busquets (Spain 16) speaks to referee, Howard Webb after Xabi Alonso who lies injured after being kicked by Netherlands' Nigel De Jong.

Spain’s goalkeeper, Iker Cassilas catches the ball over fallen Carles Puyol

 

 

The Netherlands players receive their medals

Receiving the World Cup Trophy...

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