VENUE: FNB Stadium
|126'||And that will do it for tonight. Thanks for your company. It has been a pleasure bringing you coverage of the World Cup from the last month and we hope you've enjoyed it. For me, the best team have won the trophy. Stay tuned for all the post-match reaction and we'll meet you back here in July 2014 for the World Cup in Brazil! Bye for now.|
Iniesta reacts as you'd expect him to after scoring the goal that finally broke his country's World Cup duck.
|126'||The Dutch make a guard of honour as Spain come down from the stairs. A nice touch from the losing side.|
Shots (on Goal)
Robson: People will lose interest in a biennial World Cup
Stewart Robson feels it would be a mistake to host the World Cup every two years.
UEFA nations could quit FIFA over World Cup row - report
European nations are considering quitting FIFA as a last resort in the fight to prevent biennial World Cups, sources told the AP.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino highlights 'advantages' of biennial World Cup
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has highlighted the advantages of having a World Cup every two years for men and women.
FIFA assemble advisory board to develop women's football
FIFA announced that consultations will be held with clubs, leagues and member associations "to take informed ideas to a broader audience."
IOC voices Olympic concern at FIFA's biennial World Cup plan
The International Olympic Committee said on Saturday that it has "concerns'' about FIFA's push for soccer World Cups every two years.
Football lawmakers to discuss Super Bowl-style half time shows
A request to increase half time for Super Bowl-style entertainment shows will be discussed this month, football's lawmakers IFAB said on Friday.