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Monday, July 12, 2010
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Soccernet World Cup Podcast

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Spain defeat a dogged Dutch side, but was it a victory for football? Dan, Dale and JHB look back at the final and review the best moments from the World Cup.

Also on the show:

• A goal in extra-time from Andres Iniesta sees Spain lift the World Cup trophy for the first time in their history. Dan Mason, Jonathan Harris-Bass and Dale Johnson look back at a controversial final. Was it a victory for football, or were both sides just as guilty of ruining the spectacle?
• Meanwhile, Germany complete the podium by finishing third - their victory against Uruguay saw Thomas Muller win the Golden Boot on assists, a move that is less than popular in the pod.
• Phil Ball and John Brewin join us on the phone to assess the reaction back in Spain and review the emotional closing ceremony.
• Plus, with the football now finished, we reveal our Best and Worst XIs (and no, we're not allowed to pick the whole England team) ...

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