10. Siphiwe Tshabalala vs Mexico in group stages: Opening the 2010 World Cup with the first goal in his home country, Tshabalala's left-footed screamer caused a mass number of those infamous vuvuzelas to go off.
9. Luis Suarez vs. South Korea in group stages: The Uruguayan striker fulfills his boyhood dream of scoring in a World Cup with a dazzling, off-balance curler into the upper corner of the net.
8. Mesut Ozil vs. Ghana in group stages: Germany's Mesut Ozil breaks the tie with a left-footed, one-hopper volley from outside of the box, which ultimately was the game-winner.
7. Keisuke Honda vs. Denmark in group stages: Taking a page from Cristiano Ronaldo's book, the up-and-coming Japanese forward struck a long distance knuckler off a free kick.
6. David Villa vs. Honduras in group stages: The Spanish striker showed off his cheeky dribbling skills and valiant effort, escaping several defenders with this must-see goal from a fan's perspective.
5. Fabio Quagliarella vs Slovakia in group stages: At the edge of the box, the Italian striker got his "chip" on, fooling everyone with this wonder goal.
4. Maicon vs. North Korea in group stages: The soccer world is still unsure whether he meant to pass or shoot the ball, but either way the Brazilian defender scores a fantastic goal from a near impossible angle.
3. Andres Iniesta vs. Netherlands in the finals: With just a few minutes left in extra time, midfielder Iniesta comes through with a clutch goal to help Spain win their first World Cup.
2. Diego Forlan vs. Germany in third place game: Playing for third place doesn't mean the quality of soccer diminishes. Just ask the Uruguayan forward, whose side-volley shot left Germany's keeper at a standstill.
1. Giovanni Van Bronkhurst vs. Uruguay in semi-finals: From 41 yards out, the Dutch defender sailed a beauty strike right into the upper corner of the net.