Despite losing their captain, Michael Ballack and number one goalkeeper, Rene Adler, ahead of the tournament, Germany had an impressive run in South Africa.
Mannschaft humiliated Australia 4-0 in their opening match, finished first in Group D, and then scored four goals against both England and Argentina during the knockout stages before falling to Spain in the semi-finals.
Uruguay topped Group A, where they outscored their opponents 4-0, and didn't lose a single match in the 2010 World Cup until the semi-finals, where the Netherlands beat them 3-2.
These two countries have five World Cup championships between them, but they'll have to settle for third and fourth as two teams who have never won the competition (Netherlands and Spain) battle it out for the championship.
Tune in to see who will take third place in the 2010 World Cup . The match kicks of at 2:30 p.m. EST on Saturday, July 10 at Nelson Mandela Bay in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.