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Now that the dust from the 2014 FIFA World Cup has settled, TheHardTackle takes a look at the Top 5 goals from the most memorable international tournament in recent football history, ranked in no particular order.
The 2014 World Cup ended with Germany crowned champions of the world. THT picks the best performers, through the entire tournament, with this World Cup Best XI.
While the FIFA World Cup has been a treat for all football fans so far and with a lot more still to come, there surely have been a few upsets and moments that may have caused a few heartbreaks.
The outcome of Brazil V Colombia is likely to be decided by the key battles: Neymar V Christian Zapata, Fernandinho V James Rodriguez, Marcelo V Juan Cuadrado.
Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev has dismissed rumours suggesting Colombian duo Radamel Falcao and James Rodriguez could be on their way to Real Madrid.
Colombian star James Rodriguez has expressed his desire to play in La Liga, while revealing that he would prefer a move to Real Madrid over Barcelona.
James Rodriguez scored what might be considered the best goal of this world cup final as they knock out a Suarez less Uruguay out of the competition.
The eighth day of the 2014 World Cup saw a young Columbian showcase his immense talent, another poor World Cup performance from England, some fine finishes from Luis Suarez, a lack of finishing and poor shot selection from Japan, and a concussion that should give FIFA reason to review its concussion policy.