World Cup 2010

Format: 32 teams in eight groups of four with two from each qualifying to the round of 16 before the Quarter Finals, Semi Finals and Final.

Friday 11th June 2010

Group A: South Africa 1-1 Mexico (Johannesburg)

Group A: Uruguay 0-0 France (Cape Town)

Saturday 12th June 2010

Group B: South Korea 2-0 Greece (Port Elizabeth)

Group B: Argentina 1-0 Nigeria (Johannesburg)

Group C: England 1-1 USA (Rustenburg)

Sunday 13th June 2010

Group C: Algeria 0-1 Slovenia (Polokwane)

Group D: Serbia 0-1 Ghana (Pretoria)

Group D: Germany 4-0 Australia (Durban)

Monday 14th June 2010

Group E: Netherlands 2-0 Denmark (Johannesburg)

Group E: Japan 1-0 Cameroon (Bloemfontein)

Group F: Italy 1-1 Paraguay (Cape Town)

Tuesday 15th June 2010

Group F: New Zealand 1-1 Slovakia (Rustenburg)

Group G: Ivory Coast 0-0 Portugal (Port Elizabeth)

Group G: Brazil 2-1 North Korea (Johannesburg)

Wednesday 16th June 2010

Group H: Honduras 0-1 Chile (Nelspruit)

Group H: Spain 0-1 Switzerland (Durban)

Group A: South Africa 0-3 Uruguay (Pretoria)

Thursday 17th June 2010

Group A: France 0-2 Mexico (Polokwane)

Group B: Argentina 4-1 South Korea (Johannesburg)

Group B: Greece 2-1 Nigeria (Bloemfontein)

Friday 18th June 2010

Group C: Slovenia 2-2 USA (Johannesburg)

Group C: England 0-0 Algeria (Cape Town)

Group D: Germany 0-1 Serbia (Port Elizabeth)

Saturday 19th June 2010

Group D: Ghana 1-1 Australia (Rustenburg)

Group E: Netherlands 1-0 Japan (Durban)

Group E: Cameroon 1-2 Denmark (Pretoria)

Sunday 20th June 2010

Group F: Slovakia 0-2 Paraguay (Bloemfontein)

Group F: Italy 1-1 New Zealand (Nelspruit)

Group G: Brazil 3-1 Ivory Coast (Johannesburg)

Monday 21st June 2010

Group G: Portugal 7-0 North Korea (Cape Town)

Group H: Chile 1-0 Switzerland (Port Elizabeth)

Group H: Spain 2-0 Honduras (Johannesburg)

Tuesday 22nd June 2010

Group A: Mexico 0-1 Uruguay (Rustenburg)

Group A: France 1-2 South Africa (Bloemfontein)

Group B: Nigeria 2-2 South Korea (Durban)

Group B: Greece 0-2 Argentina (Polokwane)

Wednesday 23rd June 2010

Group C: Slovenia 0-1 England (Port Elizabeth)

Group C: USA 1-0 Algeria (Pretoria)

Group D: Ghana 0-1 Germany (Johannesburg)

Group D: Australia 2-1 Serbia (Nelspruit)

Thursday 24th June 2010

Group E: Denmark 1-3 Japan (Rustenburg)

Group E: Cameroon 1-2 Netherlands (Cape Town)

Group F: Slovakia 3-2 Italy (Johannesburg)

Group F: Paraguay 0-0 New Zealand (Polokwane)

Friday 25th June 2010

Group G: Portugal 0-0 Brazil (Durban)

Group G: North Korea 0-3 Ivory Coast (Nelspruit)

Group H: Chile 1-2 Spain (Pretoria)

Group H: Switzerland 0-0 Honduras (Bloemfontein)

Final Standings: Group A: 1 Uruguay (Q), 2 Mexico (Q), 3 South Africa, 4 France. Group B: 1 Argentina (Q), 2 South Korea (Q), 3 Greece, 4 Nigeria. Group C: 1 USA (Q), 2 England (Q), 3 Slovenia, 4 Algeria. Group D: 1 Germany (Q), 2 Ghana (Q), 3 Australia, 4 Serbia. Group E: 1 Netherlands (Q), 2 Japan (Q), 3 Denmark, 4 Cameroon. Group F: 1 Paraguay (Q), 2 Slovakia (Q), 3 New Zealand, 4 Italy. Group G: 1 Brazil (Q), 2 Portugal (Q), 3 Ivory Coast, 4 North Korea. Group H: 1 Spain (Q), 2 Chile (Q), 3 Switzerland, 4 Honduras.

Saturday 26th June 2010

Round of 16: Uruguay 2-1 South Korea (Port Elizabeth)

Round of 16: USA 1-2 Ghana (Rustenburg) aet

Sunday 27th June 2010

Round of 16: Germany 4-1 England (Bloemfontein)

Round of 16: Argentina 3-1 Mexico (Johannesburg)

Monday 28th June 2010

Round of 16: Netherlands 2-1 Slovakia (Durban)

Round of 16: Brazil 3-0 Chile (Johannesburg)

Tuesday 29th June 2010

Round of 16: Paraguay 0-0 Japan (Pretoria) Paraguay won 5-3 on pens aet

Round of 16: Spain 1-0 Portugal (Cape Town)

Friday 2nd July 2010

Quarter Finals: Netherlands 2-1 Brazil (Port Elizabeth)

Quarter Finals: Uruguay 1-1 Ghana (Johannesburg) Uruguay win 4-2 on pens aet

Saturday 3rd July 2010

Quarter Finals: Argentina 0-4 Germany (Cape Town)

Quarter Finals: Paraguay 0-1 Spain (Johannesburg)

Tuesday 6th July 2010

Semi Finals: Uruguay 2-3 Netherlands (Cape Town)

Wednesday 7th July 2010

Semi Finals: Germany 0-1 Spain (Durban)

Saturday 10th July 2010

Third/Fourth Playoff: Uruguay 2-3 Germany (Port Elizabeth)

Sunday 11th July 2010

Final: Spain 1-0 Netherlands (Johannesburg) aet

Spain 4-3-2-1 Iker Casillas (c) – Sergio Ramos, Gerard Pique, Carles Puyol, Joan Capdevila – Sergio Busquets, Xavi, Xabi Alonso (Cesc Fabregas 87) – Andres Iniesta, Pedro (Jesus Navas 60) – David Villa (Fernando Torres 106). Coach: Vicente del Bosque.

Netherlands 4-2-3-1 Maarten Stekelenbrg – Gregory van der Wiel, John Heitinger, Joris Mathijsen, Giovanni van Bronckhorst (c) (Edson Braafheid 105) – Nigel de Jong (Rafael van der Vaart 99), Mark van Bommel – Arjen Robben, Wesley Sneijder, Dirk Kuyt (Eljero Elia 71) – Robin van Persie. Coach: Bert van Marwijk.

Goal: 1-0 Iniesta (Spain) 116

Sent Off: Heitinger (Netherlands) 109

Referee: Howard Webb (England)

Attendance: 84,490

Venue: FNB Stadium (Johannesburg)

Host Country: South Africa

Stadiums Used: Cape Town Stadium (Cape Town), Durban Stadium (Durban), Ellis Park (Johannesburg), FNB Stadium (Johannesburg), Free State Stadium (Bloemfontein), Loftus Versfeld Stadium (Pretoria), Mbombela Stadium (Nelspruit), Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium (Port Elizabeth), Peter Mokaba Stadium (Polokwane), Royal Bafokeng Stadium (Rustenburg)

Top Goalscorers: David Villa (Spain), Diego Forlan (Uruguay), Thomas Muller (Germany), Wesley Sneijder (Netherlands) 5

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