Former Netherlands midfielder Wesley Sneijder recalled the 2010 World Cup final against Spain in South Africa. "Furia Roja won in extra time thanks to a goal by Andres Iniesta in the 116th minute.
"Some Spanish players were not worried at all because they knew they had the perfect team. But still, losing that match three minutes before the penalty was a very hard blow.
I still have pleasant moments from the final. I remember how after the match Sergio Ramos, when his whole team was celebrating the victory, came to my locker room and the two of us sat on the floor and drank beer. We sat together for about 45 minutes, and I will never forget it. We talked about everything, he knew how sad I was at that moment. When people ask me about this World Cup, it's the first thing I remember," Relevo quoted Sneijder as saying.
It is worth reminding that Sergio Ramos and Wesley Sneijder defended the colors of Real Madrid in 2007 and 2009.