South Africa 2010 Soccer World Cup Summary
Information related with the soccer World Cup South Africa 2010 including all the scores, top scorers, statistics, champion and more.
Results: Schedule and Results
Final Round: Fixture and All the Scores
- National Teams: 32
- Stadiums: 9
- Games: 64
- Goals: 145
- Goal Average: 2.27
- Top Scorer: Diego Forlan (Uruguay), Thomas Müller (Germany), Wesley Sneijder (Holland), David Villa (Spain) - 5 goals
- Biggest margin of victory:
- Game with more goals:
- Red Cards:
The 19th Soccer World Cup was played between June 11 and July 11, 2010 in South Africa.
All the Champions were there: Brazil, Germany, Italy, Argentina, England, France and Uruguay, while the only National team to play in a World Cup for the first time was Slovakia.
Everybody witnessed the end of a negative streak for one of the most traditional national soccer teams. Playing great soccer Spain took the trophy home for the first time in history.
With a goal scored by Iniesta in the final game, Spain defeated Holland, a team that forgot to play an though that aggression was the right strategy. But they did nothing but lost their third World Cup final.