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Spain wins World Cup final, makes history with Iniesta extratime goal
World Cup final: Can Netherlands' Wesley Sneijder win the Cup, the Golden Ball, and Golden Boot?
The Netherlands vs Spain: Three reasons why the Netherlands will win
Uruguay vs Germany: Three reasons why Uruguay will win
Morning after: The Netherlands' World Cup fans euphoric in Cape Town
Uruguay-Netherlands semifinal: Historic Holland win sets up an all-European final
Netherlands vs Uruguay: Three reasons why the Netherlands will win
Netherlands vs Brazil: 3 reasons why The Netherlands will win
Netherlands vs Slovakia: Shades of Clockwork Orange as Arjen Robben returns
Japan-Denmark: Japan joins The Netherlands in Final 16
Netherlands vs. Japan: Easy 1-0 win for the Dutch
Netherlands vs. Denmark: Dutch dark horses cruise to victory after Dane's own goal
World Cup schedule Monday: Netherlands vs. Denmark, and two more matches
Holland vs. Denmark: Will the men in orange perform in this World Cup?
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