A selection of the best photos from South Africa, including from Germany and Australia's clash in Durban.
Cacau, whose name means 'hot chocolate' in German, watches on as his effort beats the despairing dive from Mark Schwarzer, who was left with a torn pair of shorts to go with the goal after doing the splits.
A kangaroo's foot to cry on. This poor Australia fan was left inconsolable as he watched the Socceroos take a fearful pummelling at the hands of the rampant Germans in Durban. Still, at least he can perform a mournful drone on his vuvuzela.
Luke Wilkshire looks as though he has just seen a keg of XXXX tipped over the turf at the Mabhida stadium, while Lucas Neill has not looked this disgusted since Blackburn asked him to take a five per cent pay cut.
They say you are either a tracksuit 'training ground' coach, or a slick suit-sporting manager, but Germany's Joachim Low defies both categories and instead opts to go for a blue cashmere sweater and beige slacks from Debenhams.
This photo has it all: a referee brandishing the red card with unbridled relish, an apoplectic appealing team-mate, an imaginary card-waving opponent, a clearly crippled victim of the tackle, and an incredulous recipient of the dismissal.
It has often been said that Tim Cahill 'leaps like a salmon', and the Australia midfielder showed his aerial prowess once more with a sentimental touch of the Harold Schumacher about this challenge.
This devoted member of the 'South African Evertonians Club' proudly explains that, despite the fact that she is in fact German, she is a rather big fan of Tim Cahill's. She looks as though she might cry at any second.
Classy, classy, classy. This trio give German fans a very good name as they flaunt three frankly epic manes.
Pimp my vuvuzela! This Danny Baker lookalike lets rip with his heavily-customised horn. Is that ban on the cards or is it just a dream?
There is conviction and there is impatience as a goalkeeper attempting to save a penalty. This is the trouble with diving before the taker has begun his backlift, as Serbia's Vladimir Stojkovic learnt when he was forced to watch Asamoah Gyan's spot-kick fly into his own net in helpless fashion.