Top 10 goals of the 2010 SWC

2010-07-14 14:49
Cape Town - FIFA has decided on the nominees for the Top 10 goals of the 2010 SWC and Siphiwe Tshabalala's scorcher against Mexico is among them.



1) Siphiwe Tshabalala's dream goal against Mexico in the Group Stage, Johannesburg - Soccer City, 11 June 2010 (AP Photo)

VIDEO: Siphiwe Tshabalala goal




2) Mesut Oezil's stunning strike against Ghana in the Group Stage, Johannesburg - Soccer City, 23 June 2010 (AFP Photo)

VIDEO: Mezut Oezil goal



3) Fabio Quagliarella's out-of-this-world effort against Slovakia in the Group Stage, Ellis Park, 24 June 2010 (AFP Photo)

VIDEO: Fabio Quagliarella goal




4) Giovanni van Bronckhorst's wonder-goal against Uruguay in the semi-final, Cape Town, 6 July 2010 (AFP Photo)

VIDEO: Giovanni van Bronckhurst goal




5) Carlos Tevez long-range strike against Mexico in the Round of 16, Johanneburg - Soccer City 27 June 2010 (AFP Photo)

VIDEO: Carlos Tevez goal




6) Luis Suarez's thunderous strike against Korea in the Round of 16 Port Elizabeth - Nelson Mandela stadium, 26 June 2010 (AFP Photo)

VIDEO: Luis Suarez goal



7) Sulley Muntari's magical ranged shot against Uruguay in the quarter-final, Johannesburg - Soccer City 2 July 2010 (AFP Photo)

VIDEO: Sulley Muntari goal



8) Gabriel Heinze silky-skilled pearler against Nigeria in the Group Stage, Johannesburg - Soccer City 12 June 2010 (AFP Photo)

VIDEO: Gabriel Heinze goal



9) Lukas Podolski's amazing solo-effort against England in the Round of 16 at Bloemfontein - Maungaung 27 June 2010 (AFP Photo)

VIDEO: Lukas Podolski goal




10) Diego Forlan's first strike scissor-kick against Germany in the third place playoff against Germany in Port Elizabeth - Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium 10 July 2010 (AFP Photo)

VIDEO: Diego Forlan goal


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