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  • Howard Webb unable to control the uncontrollable
  • 12/07/2010 by Telegraph.co.uk
  • English referee sets record for bookings but shows only one red in Holland-Spain World Cup final marred by fouling. Game over: Howard Webb issues the red card to Holland's Johnny Heitinga on a night of foul behaviour This was not how it was supposed to happen. When Howard Webb blew the whistle at the end of extra t View more »
  • Netherlands 0-1 Spain (AET): Andres Iniesta Goal Wins World Cup For La Furia Roja
  • 12/07/2010 by Goal.com
  • The Barcelona midfielder's 116th-minute strike makes Spain the world champions for the first time. Spain are champions of the world after Andres Iniesta's goal deep into extra-time gave them victory over Netherlands in the World Cup final at Soccer City after a goalless first 105 minutes. Iniesta netted as Spain bro View more »
  • Iniesta secures Spanish glory
  • 11/07/2010 by PA
  • Andres Iniesta grabbed a late winner in extra-time as Spain won the World Cup for the first time. Iniesta struck with four minutes remaining to settle a tetchy encounter which saw English referee Howard Webb brandish a record 12 yellow cards, plus a red for Everton's John Heitinga on a night when Holland shamed the 'T View more »
  • Holland 0 Spain 1
  • 12/07/2010 by Telegraph.co.uk
  • He shoots, he scores: Andres Iniesta breaks the deadlock in Soccer City Stadium  A final so far removed from the Beautiful Game, so far out of keeping with such a largely upbeat tournament, was settled four minutes from the end of extra time by Andres Iniesta, so crowning Spain champions of the world for the fir View more »
  • Uruguay 2 Germany 3: match report
  • 11/07/2010 by Telegraph.co.uk
  • Last gasp: Sammy Khedira's goal gives germany the victory and seals a third-place finish The rule book may already have been well and truly shredded at this World Cup, but there was still time for one more twist in a wet and wild Port Elizabeth on Saturday night: a third-placed play-off brimming over with entertainme View more »
  • Germans fight back to finish third again
  • 11/07/2010 by Reuters
  • * Germany claim third place at finals again * Uruguay denied best finish since winning in 1950 * Mueller and Forlan move joint top of scoring charts (Writes through with quotes, detail) Dejected and Pleased PORT ELIZABETH, July 10 (Reuters) - Germany showed their legendary resilience on Saturday when they came fro View more »
  • Uruguay 2–3 Germany: Late Sami Khedira Header Gives Die Mannschaft Third Place
  • 11/07/2010 by Goal.com
  • Germany have won third place at the World Cup, claiming the bronze medal position after a fine match against Uruguay. A lively opening period saw the teams go into the break level. Die Mannschaft impressed early and moved ahead thanks to a predatory strike from Thomas Mueller but Edison Cavani had tied the scores by t View more »
  • Germany survive five-goal thriller
  • 10/07/2010 by PA
  • Thomas Muller staked his claim for the Golden Shoe award as the World Cup's top scorer as Germany secured the third-place consolation prize. The 20-year-old midfielder currently leads the race after his fifth goal of the tournament - the same as Diego Forlan, David Villa and Wesley Sneijder but with more `assists'. V View more »
  • Germany v Spain: Joachim Low backs Spain to win World Cup final
  • 08/07/2010 by Telegraph.co.uk
  • Germany coach Joachim Low believes Spain have the talent to overcome Holland in their first World Cup final. Gracious: Germany coach Joachim Low conceded Spain were better than his side in the World Cup semi final. A second-half header from Carles Puyol secured Spain's 1-0 win over Germany in the semi-finals of the  View more »
  • Germany v Spain: supporters miss World Cup semi-final due to flight delays
  • 08/07/2010 by Telegraph.co.uk
  • Five planeloads of football fans headed for the World Cup semi-final between Spain and Germany suffered severe delays on Wednesday at Durban's King Shaka international airport, forcing some to miss the match. Four planes from Johannesburg and one from Cape Town thought to be carrying around 400 passengers in total  View more »
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