The story of Mesut Ozil and the 4 Stars at the 2010 World Cup: Who Remembers?


The story of Mesut Ozil and the 4 Stars at the 2010 World Cup: Who Remembers?

Arjen Robben has recorded a total of 37 goals from 97 matches with the Dutch national team. Called up from 2003 to 2017, Robben was the key to the success of the Dutch national team advancing to the 2010 World Cup final and third place in the 2014 World Cup

The 2010 World Cup brought its own blessings for Mesut Ozil. After the biggest football tournament in South Africa, Ozil was in the sights of many flashy European clubs. However, it was Real Madrid who managed to attract the former Werder Bremen to the Santiago Bernabeu.

Real Madrid is not wrong. At the 2010 World Cup , Ozil performed well with the German national team which earned him a Golden Ball Award nomination.

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The Best Young Player went to his teammate, Thomas Müller. But Ozil was still flooded with praise for his outstanding talent throughout the tournament.

Germany’s success in scoring 16 goals throughout the tournament, including 4-1 over England in the round of 16, cannot be separated from the contribution of the man born on October 18, 1988. Not a few have predicted that Ozil, who visited Indonesia some time ago, has a bright future.

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2. Mesut Ozil – The best creator after performing brilliantly to bring Germany in third place at the 2010 World Cup. This achievement makes big European clubs want to get you a contract hand from Ozil

Sure enough, his arrival to Real Madrid was not in vain. From 2010 to 2013, Ozil won one La Liga, Copa del Rey and Spanish Super Cup. Arsenal also used his services, from 2011 to 2021, before finally continuing his career to Turkey with Fenerbahçe and stanbul Başakşehir.

Ozil was not the only one in the spotlight at that time. Want to know who else? Let’s look at four of them below:

Asamoah Gyan

The joy of two goalscorers Andre Ayew (right) and Asamoah Gyan who helped Ghana beat Mali 2-0 in the African Nations Cup Group D party in France

Some people may not know him anymore. However, 12 years ago in South Africa, Gyan was one of the stars of the game. The 36-year-old striker helped Ghana reach the quarter-finals before falling 2-4 against Uruguay in a penalty shootout.

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The most dramatic moment that made an impression on the hearts of the people of Ghana was when Gyan missed a penalty following a handball by Uruguay striker Luis Suarez in extra time. If only Gyan could hit the round skin, it is certain that Ghana won 2-1 and qualified for the next phase.

Arjen Robben

Dutch national team winger Arjen Robben trains with his teammates ahead of the match against Japan in Group E of the 2010 World Cup in Durban

Robben will be remembered as a brilliant player who has colored the journey of modern football. The man who is known for his lightning strikes from the left wing was a mainstay of the Netherlands at the 2010 World Cup. He scored the first goal in a 2-1 win in the last 16 over Slovakia, and a 3-2 victory over Uruguay in the semifinals.

Unfortunately, in the final, Robben and colleagues had to lose painfully to Spain. It hurts, because before the tournament, the Dutch were predicted to come out as champions and at the same time end failure after failure at the biggest football party. In the 1974 and 1978 editions, De Oranje also fell in the top party.

Bastian Schweinsteiger

German national team midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger trains ahead of the 2010 World Cup final 16 against England in Bloemfontein

For Manchester United fans, Schweinsteiger does not deserve to be remembered as a great legend like George Best, Roy Keane, Gary Neville, or the dandy David Beckham. However, for the people of Germany, Schweinsteiger is still an idol worthy of thumbs up.

At the 2010 World Cup, Schweinsteiger was toxic. He had a big role in bringing Panzer Europe to the semifinals, although in the end he had to be willing to finish in third place. His best performance was presented when Germany crushed four goals without replying.

David Villa

Since being brought in from Valencia in 2010, David Villa has immediately set up with Lionel Messi on the Blaugrana’s front lines. Villa recorded 199 appearances by scoring 48 goals, of which 25 percent (12) of his goals were assists from Lionel Messi

After 1964, Spain was never again on the throne of champions. Long awaited, Team Matador back on the podium of honor at the 2010 World Cup.

A long wait that pays off legit. Who is the most meritorious? All! But one that deserves to be praised as high as the sky is David Villa.

She is charming. Top performance. The Barcelona legend scored five of Spain’s eight goals on the way to his glory. At its peak, he took part in lifting the trophy at the end of the battle after defeating the Netherlands in the final.


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