In a game that will be remembered more for the thirteen yellow cards and less for the football, European Champions Spain edged out Holland in the World Cup final. An Andres Iniesta strike in the dying moments of extra time was enough for Spanish to be crowned champions of the world.
In a match made in footballing heaven, Germany take on Spain in the second semifinal in a repeat of the Euro 2008 final. Germany will be looking for revenge and a shot at their fourth title while the Spanish will be hoping to qualify for their first World Cup final.
In a fairly uneventful game of football, Spain edged past Paraguay 1-0. A solitary David Villa goal was enough for Spain to send the South Americans packing and book a date against Germany in the semis.
In a match that got better as it progressed, Spain got the better of Portugal to move into the quarterfinals. A solitary David Villa goal was enough to see off the Portuguese and ensure a match up against Paraguay in the quarter final.
In a must win clash, Spain scraped past 10 man Chile in a well contested encounter. Goals from David Villa and Andres Iniesta saw Spain top Group H and book a meeting with fellow Iberians Portugal.
Tournament favourites Spain put in a classy performance as they defeated Honduras in a thoroughly one sided contest. Two goals from David Villa were enough to see off the challenge of Honduras and put Spain's World Cup campaign back on track. THT's Jayant Srivastava takes a look back at all the action that unfolded.
In what was the biggest upset of the World Cup, Switzerland edged out favourites and European Champions Spain in a game dominated by the latter. A Gelson Fernandes goal in the 52nd minute was enough to see Switzerland go joint top of Group H. The Hard Tackle’s Jayant Srivastava takes a look back at all the action.
Does Cesc Fabregas fit in at Barcelona ? Ever since Francesc Fabregas decided to leave FC Barcelona for Arsenal FC as a starry eyed 16 year old, debate has raged on about the manner of his departure and his inevitable return. THT's Jayant Srivastava looks at the reasons why now might not be the right time to bring Cesc Fabregas to the Camp Nou.
FC Barcelona made a huge stride towards the Liga title with a 2-0 victory over Real Madrid. In a game of two halves, goals from Lionel Messi and Pedro proved enough for the Catalans to move three points clear of Los Blancos in the race for the title.
Barcelona displayed an amazing brand of football in a 4-1 demolition of Arsenal at the Camp Nou. Arsenal took a surprise lead through a Nicklas Bendtner goal but it was the Lionel Messi show from there on as the Argentine scored four goals to ensure Barcelona progressed to the semi finals for a show down with Inter Milan.