Ten incredible photos from the 2014 FIFA World Cup Group stage matches
The group stage matches of the 2014 FIFA World Cup has come toan end now, and there have been quite a few beautiful moments captured oncamera.
In this article, we try to bring you the ten best photos fromthe World Cup 2014
Even though Mark Bresciano’s other photo of him bending down to help tie the shoe laces of a boy on crutches during Australia’s Group B tie against Chile went viral all over the internet for his gesture, this photo catches the eye.
Not the tallest player around, France’s midfielder Mathieu Valbuena celebrated his goal against Switzerland by getting a ride on the back from Olivier Giroud.
Despite Japan’s loss to Colombia, Japanese fans made sure to clean up all the trash left behind in the stadium after the match.
Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera has gained attention for his energetic and passionate goal celebrations, and is perhaps the most passionate manager in this edition of the World Cup.
Arjen Robben of Netherlands celebrating with a grinning smile as Iker Casillas of Spain looks dejected their Group B encounter.
Miroslav Klose doing his trademark flip celebration after scoring his teams second goal during their Group G tie against Ghana has to be one of the tournament’s most iconic photos.
Colombia players embracing Yuto Nagatomo of Japan after the Group C match between Japan and Colombia.
In spite of all the events that followed post this incident for Luis Suarez, this photo
Pretty sure you have never seen a high-five as grand as this one.
Netherlands’ Indi giving Spanish striker Diego Costa a creepy stare is perhaps the most over-used photo from the 2014 FIFA World Cup, yet how ironic is it that I couldn’t even find a standar quality photo of this incident.