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Three most dramatic moments of the World Cup



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CRYING FOOTBALLER: North Korea striker Jong Tae-se, a resident of Japan, cries his heart out as he hears the national anthem before the game against Brazil.

Three most dramatic moments of the World Cup

July 10, 2010


CRYING FOOTBALLER: North Korea striker Jong Tae-se, a resident of Japan, cries his heart out as he hears the national anthem before the game against Brazil.

CAST AWAY: Despite breaking a bone near the elbow a week earlier, Ivory Coast striker Didier Drogba plays with a special cast on his arm against Portugal.

Three most dramatic moments of the World Cup

July 10, 2010


CAST AWAY: Despite breaking a bone near the elbow a week earlier, Ivory Coast striker Didier Drogba plays with a special cast on his arm against Portugal.

GHANA AND 2010'S HAND OF GOD: Striker Luis Suarez's handball saves Uruguay from losing in the extra-time's final minute. Ghana falters in the shoot-out causing heartbreak all over Africa.

Three most dramatic moments of the World Cup

July 10, 2010


GHANA AND 2010'S HAND OF GOD: Striker Luis Suarez's handball saves Uruguay from losing in the extra-time's final minute. Ghana falters in the shoot-out causing heartbreak all over Africa.

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