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Iniesta's goal won Spain the World Cup.
If you've followed the career of Iniesta at all, you won't be surprised to see this hailed as his best moment in a Spain shirt.
It will stay with him for the rest of his life.
Deep in extra time, with the score 0-0 against Holland, Spain broke away.
During the buildup Iniesta back-heeled the ball to a team-mate around the halfway line and continued his run towards the box.
Eventually Fabregas saw him in space and popped the ball through.
Iniesta's first touch teed it up into the air, away from him. The ball bounced. Iniesta waited.
As it rose, he half-volleyed it firmly into the bottom-left corner.
It was a brilliant finish, and Spain won the World Cup.
Iniesta ran toward the left-hand corner of the stadium in sheer ecstasy. He whipped off his shirt, revealing a tribute message to late footballer Dani Jarque.
In this, his biggest moment, he hailed somebody else.
He said afterwards, per El Pais (h/t Goal.com):
Making the millions of people who have suffered with the national team happy pleased me a lot. The happiness of the people is priceless. I never dreamed of scoring a goal in a World Cup final. In that moment I just was thinking about how to hit the ball and where I wanted to put it. After the first control of the ball, I knew it was a goal. I knew the defence was not arriving, neither the goalkeeper... I just had to wait for the falling ball and fulfill Newton's law, only this time the apple was the ball and Newton's head, my feet.