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  • BLUNDERS THAT CHANGED WORLD CUP 2010 GAMES
  • LAMPARD DENIED (Eng vs Ger, last 16)
  • Frank Lampards 20-yard strike eluded German custodian Manuel Neuer, crashed into the bar's underside and landed well inside the line
  • ….before bouncing back to play. The linesman missed it all…
  • BEHRAMIS RED CARD (Sui vsChile,Group H)
  • Khalil Al Ghamdi
    Swiss medioValonBehrami was given a red card by the referee Khalil Al Ghamdi when it should have been a yellow. Reduced to 10 men and totally demoralised, the Swiss lost 0-1
  • TEVEZ OFFSIDE (ArgvsMexico,last 16)
  • Carlos Tevez scored the first goal from a clearly offside position. The Mexicans, until then matching Argentina shot for shot, lost heart and concentration , and lost the game eventually.
  • Late goal disallowed US vsSvn,Group C
  • Down 0-2,US fought back to 2-2.Then,Maurice Edu scored for the US, but was unfairly ruled offside
  • KLOSE SEND-OFF (Ger vsSerb,Group D)
  • The first and major upset in the beginning of the tournament, is , sending off Klose.
    Spanish referee Mallenco sent off striker MiroslavKlose for a harmless challenge.Germany almost immediately conceded a goal and lost the game
  • Brazils striker Luis Fabiano used his hand twice to guide the ball before slotting it home,killingDrogba & Cos hopes of making a comeback
  • Still the show went on, in its own pace, unveiling new heroes
    And proclaim to the World, that, Spain reigns over the world
    Andres Iniestas goal gave Spain its first-ever World Cup triumph