Netherlands v Spain, 11 July 2010

Score1-0 to Spain
RefereeHoward Webb
CompetitionFIFA World Cup Final
VenueSoccer City, Johannesburg
Attendance84,490
Kick Off: 20:30 Local (19:30 BST) Man of the Match: Andrés Iniesta (Spain) Assistant referees: Darren Cann (England) Mike Mullarkey (England) Fourth official: Yuichi Nishimura (Japan) Fifth official: Toru Sagara (Japan) After Extra Time - 0-0 after 90 minutes The 2010 FIFA World Cup Final was known as the Battle of Johannesburg With both the Netherlands and Spain attempting to win their first FIFA World Cup, the 2010 final became the sixth final to be contested between non-former champions after 1930, 1934, 1954, 1958, and 1978. The Netherlands had been beaten in the final in 1974 and 1978, while Spain's best performance had been fourth place in 1950. It was the second consecutive all-European final, and marked the first time a European team has won the trophy outside Europe. It will also be remembered for the amount of cards handed out by the referee - 14 Yellow and 1 Red card. [Netherlands 8 yellows' and 1 red, Spain 5 yellows']

0  Netherlands

Manager: Bert Van Marwijk

1  Spain

Manager: Vicente Del Bosque

Goals:

Goals:

Andres Iniesta 116 G

Starting lineup:

Defender Johnny Heitinga
Defender Joris Mathijsen
Midfielder Nigel de Jong
Midfielder Arjen Robben
Midfielder Wesley Sneijder
Midfielder Mark van Bommel
Midfielder Giovanni van Bronckhorst (captain)
Midfielder/Forward Dirk Kuyt

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Iker Casillas (captain)
Defender Capdevila
Defender Gerard Piqué
Defender Carlos Puyol
Defender Sergio Ramos
Midfielder Andres Iniesta
Midfielder Pedro
Midfielder Sergio Busquets
Midfielder Xabi Alonso
Midfielder Xavi
Forward David Villa

Substitutions:

Eljero Elia for Dirk Kuyt 70
Rafael van der Vaart for Nigel de Jong 99
Edson Braafheid for Giovanni van Bronckhorst 105

Substitutions:

Jesús Navas for Pedro 60
Cesc Fabregas for Xabi Alonso 86
Fernando Torres for David Villa 106

Cards:

Robin van Persie 15 Y
Mark van Bommel 22 Y
Nigel de Jong 28 Y
Giovanni van Bronckhorst 54 Y
Johnny Heitinga 56 Y
Arjen Robben 83 Y
Johnny Heitinga 109 Y
Johnny Heitinga 109 R
Gregory van der Wiel 111 Y
Joris Mathijsen 117 Y

Cards:

Carlos Puyol 17 Y
Sergio Ramos 22 Y
Capdevila 67 Y
Andres Iniesta 118 Y
Xavi 120 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Sander Boschker
Goalkeeper Michel Vorm
Defender Edson Braafheid
Defender Andre Ooijer
Midfielder Ibrahim Afellay
Midfielder Demy de Zeeuw
Midfielder Stijn Schaars
Midfielder/Forward Eljero Elia
Forward Ryan Babel

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Pepe Reina
Goalkeeper Victor Valdés
Defender Álvaro Arbeloa
Defender Marchena
Midfielder David Silva
Midfielder Cesc Fabregas
Midfielder Javi Martinez
Midfielder Jesús Navas
Midfielder Juan Mata
Midfielder Raúl Albiol
Forward Fernando Torres