The 2010 World Cup
Dancers perform behind a giant dung beetle at the opening ceremony.
Siphiwe Tshabalala of South Africa scores the first World Cup goal.
England's goalkeeper Robert Green reacts after spilling a shot into his own net against the USA.
North Korea's striker Jong Tae-Se welled up before his national anthem.
New Zealand defender Winston Reid celebrates after scoring to give New Zealand their first ever point.
Italy captain Fabio Cannavaro reacts as his side slipped out in the group stages.
Greece head coach Otto Rehhagel went out in the groups, with some of the most boring football ever seen.
Michael Bradley of the United States shouts at referee Koman Coulibaly after he disallowed a goal against Slovenia.
France captain Patrice Evra sits on the bench after he was dropped. More farce was to follow.
Netherlands' Wesley Sneijder celebrates and brings back memories of Diego in 1994.
Ghana defender John Pantsil celebrates as his side sealed progress to the second round.
Argentina head coach Diego Maradona celebrates with an assistant as his side looked the team to beat early on.
Brazil's midfielder Kaka reacts as his side went out to Holland in the quarter-finals.
England's Wayne Rooney failed to fire and the Three Lions went out to Germany.
Arne Friedrich of Germany celebrates scoring against Argentina, but the Germans would lose out to Spain.
It was less subtle, and Uruguay's Luis Suarez was sent off, but he cruelly stopped Ghana going through to the semis.
Look who won the Golden Ball award. Uruguay's striker Diego Forlan had a great tournament and led his side to fourth place.
Spain's Andres Iniesta celebrates scoring in the 116th minute of the final against Netherlands.
Captain Iker Casillas celebrates Spain becoming a world champion for the first time.
Fireworks are seen over Soccer City stadium as the World Cup drew to a close.