Wed, April 16, 2014
Best and worst of the 2010 World Cup
LOW: Tragedy struck the World Cup before it even began. On the eve of the the opening match between South Africa and Mexico, 13-year-old Zenani Mandela (right), great-granddaughter of Nelson Mandela (left), was killed in a car accident. The incident caused the African icon to skip the tournament's kick off in Soccer City, while an entire nation mourned alongside him. (Reuters/Nelson Mandela Foundation/Handout)
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