Here's a look at the top ten players, most of them uncelebrated (or under-celebrated), who rocked the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
David Villa: He is addicted to goals! The favourite player of the tournament has netted 43 goals in 63 appearances for Spain, one shy of Raul's record. The striker's sophistication inside the penalty area makes him implausibly gifted. The goal machine helped Spain convert their ability into accomplishment in South Africa. The quick and voracious striker has the knack of scoring whenever he wants with threatening impudence. Spain's most valuable striker besides Fernando Torres has netted five times this World Cup.
Wesley Sneijder: The clever Dutchman always comes up with a little bit extra to shock his opponents. After leaving Real Madrid for Inter Milan last summer, Wesley Sneijder has developed immensely under Jose Mourinho helping his team win the treble. The gifted playmaker's dangerous cross and his ability to slip into any defenceRead More »from Top Players of WC 2010