2010 World Cup collated results

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Following are the 2010 World Cup collated results, standings and fixture after Saturday's third-place playoff on Saturday:


Third place playoff

At Port Elizabeth

Uruguay 2 (Cavani 28, Forlan 51) Germany 3 (Mueller 19, Jansen 56, Khedira 82)



At Johannesburg (Soccer City)

Netherlands vs Spain 1830GMT


At Durban

Spain 1 (Puyol 73) Germany 0

At Cape Town

Netherlands 3 (Van Bronckhorst 18, Sneijder 70, Robben 73) Uruguay 2 (Forlan 41, M. Pereira 90+2)


At Port Elizabeth

Netherlands 2 (Sneijder 53, 68) Brazil 1 (Robinho 10)

At Johannesburg (Soccer City)

Ghana 1 (Muntari 45+2) Uruguay 1 (Forlan 55)

after extra time. Score after 90 minutes: 1-1

Uruguay win 4-2 on penalties

At Cape Town

Germany 4 (Mueller 3, Klose 68, 89, Friedrich 74) Argentina 0

At Johannesburg (Ellis Park)

Spain 1 (Villa 83) Paraguay 0

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