Spain managed to clinched the World Cup for the first time in their history thanks to Andres Iniesta’s who was the late scorer in a match that went into extra-time.

The Barcelona midfielder fired home a close-range shot after substitute Cesc Fabregas had split the Holland defence with a killer pass after 116 minutes.

Several hundred football fans turn at Soccer City anticipating a fiesta, but instead fans in Johannesburg and those who clung to their television were audience to a final match that been described in social media sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, as either ‘boring’ or ‘bruising’.

The Dutch was reduce to 10-men after John Heitinga picked up two yellow cards, while an astonishing 12 players were give yellow cards — a record for a World Cup final.

Like a fire of magic Spain in the person of Iniesta finally fired home to see the reigning European champions adding football’s most prestigious trophy to their collection.

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