THE moment of the 2010 SWC

2014-06-11 09:40
Cape Town - With only one day remaining until the 2014 Soccer World Cup kicks off in Brazil, we look back at THE one outstanding moment of the 2010 SWC.

Yesterday, we looked back with nostalgia on five of the most memorable moments of the 2010 Soccer World Cup (read the story here).

The World Cup kicks off tomorrow and we have swapped Jozi and the Mother City for the Copacabana and Soccer City for Arena de Sao Paulo.

Only time will tell whether the Brazilian edition lives up to Africa's World Cup.

The 2010 Soccer World Cup produced one of soccer's most memorable moments. 

Watch the video with full sound, listen to the sound of the vuvuzela and the roar of the crowd as Teko Modise threads a wonderful through-ball for Siphiwe Tshabalala. 

The rest is history...

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