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Spain 1-0 Netherlands, World Cup 2010: In Lego Football

For some reason, it’s more visually appealing watching the replays of the Dutch committing their dirty fouls in Lego than it is on television. It’s quite more elegant than reality.

So in all of it’s splendor, here are the highlights of the 2010 World Cup Final featuring Spain and Netherlands in the wonderful stop-motion photography created by LegoFussball.

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3 Responses to Spain 1-0 Netherlands, World Cup 2010: In Lego Football

  1. JW says:

    I wish I just would’ve watched this and not spent 2 & 1/2 hours of a beautiful Sunday in front of a TV.

  2. UpTheBlues says:

    “dirty fouls”

    More like disgraceful diving.

  3. RedDevil says:

    I agree that there was alot of awful diving during that game.

    Am I the only person of the opinion that, this was one of the most boring world cups. other world cups have been more enjoyable i believe.

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