Sunday, May 25, 2014

Look Back: the Most Impressed Highlights of Last World Cup

Now, 2014 World Cup is around the corner. Fans are looking forward to the magnificent opening ceremony held after 24 days and show their predictions on who will win 2014 World Cup and if there will be a new World Cup winner. During this waiting period, let's have a happy review on the last World Cup highlights, which left deep impression on us.

2010 World Cup 4 Highlights

In 2010 World Cup, we witnessed too many excited, moved and sad moments and I conclude the following 4 highlights which were considered as the most memorable scenes.

1.       Jong's Tears

On June 16, 2010, 2:30 AM, the second match of G group: Brazil against North Korea was started. The moment national anthems of these two countries were played, the North Korean striker, Jong Tae Se was seemed to be very excited and wept. In the match, Jong Tae Se performed very strong and powerful. Even though North Korean lost the game because of the overmatched opponent, fans were completely shocked by their sportsmanship that they never gave up.

2.       Henry's Back

As anticipated, Zidane didn't appear on the field so that French and fans put their hopes on Henry, the French team leader. But, 2010 World Cup is proved to be the most depressed World Cup for French. They even didn't get through group match for they just got 1 point. And Henry’s sad back became the most unforgettable moments for fans.

3.       Messi's Amazing Skills

The third match of B group, Argentina vs. South Korea was played on June 17, 2010. In this match, Argentina defeated South Korea with a comprehensive victory: 4-1. Although Messi didn't score any goal, he showed us his brilliant skills while he passed by 6 South Korean players successively and reminded fans of Manadora in his heyday.

4.       Championship - Spain

In my mind, the most impressive highlight in World Cup 2010 is the Final, Spain vs. Netherland, both of whom had never won World Cup in history. Maybe they took this match too important so that they presented very carefully in the match time and entered into a deadlock. Time flied and the score kept 0-0 till match time was over. In the overtime, Spain midfielder Iniesta scored one goal to lead Spain to win 2010 World Cup and claimed their first World Cup title.

Play 2010 World Cup Highlight Videos on Portable Devices

As a faithful football fan, you may watch 2010 World Cup highlight videos again and again from YouTube or other online website. However, if you would like to play these World Cup highlight videos on portable devices, such as iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy S5, without any ads and buffering, you may need download and convert 2010 World Cup highlight videos. And, the powerful YouTube downloader and converter: WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe will be a good helper. Then, I will present the steps to download World Cup highlight video from YouTube and convert to play on iPhone smoothly. At the beginning, please download and install WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe on PC.

1. Click YouTube URL. Paste video URL to address bar and click Anaylze.
2. Choose one result of analysis and click OK.

3. Video will be auto added in convert list and the Output Profile dialog pops up. Move to Device Profile - Apple Device - to iPhone Video - iPhone 5s, 5c (H264).
4. Click Browse to set Destination Folder and Run to start conversion.

Please connect your phone with PC and transfer the converted video to phone. Then, you can enjoy 2010 World Cup highlight videos on the go. 

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