Luis Suarez probably became the first player to go off the field in all smiles after being red-carded, and why shouldn't he. His intentional handling of the ball ultimately paved the way for his nation to make it to the semis, defeating Ghana in the penalties. He starred in "Hand of God II" and won it for his nation.
His country was staring at defeat as a head from Dominic Adiyiah in the 120th minute was heading goalwards. With nothing between the ball and the goal, Suarez intentionally used his hand to stop the ball, in full view of the referee and the whole world.
He got red-carded for his offense and had to leave the field. But he had done his contribution for his nation, as Asamoah Gyan missed the ensuing penalty and Uruguay went went ahead to the semis, defeating Ghana in the tie-breakers.
His excited jump of celebration as he watched Gyan miss the penalty will be the defining moment of this World Cup. While Suarez became a national hero, his opponent Gyan turned the villain as he blasted Ghana's dream of creating history over the goal.