South Africa 2010 World Cup is one of the most memorable tournaments in world football, producing mind-blowing scenes, fans won’t soon forget.
From the very first goal scored by Siphiwe Tshabalala to that iconic goal scored by Robin van Persie against Spain.
One of those unforgettable moments was when high-flying Asamoah Gyan schooled Germany captain, Philip Lahm on the touchline.
Dribbling past him with ease, in a scene which the Germany legend would not want to playback anytime soon.
Baby Jet wriggled and turned in the presence of German players, tossed Lahm inside out like a salad, leaving him scrambling, turned him again and then nutmegged the captain before being brought down.
— ASAMOAH GYAN (@ASAMOAH_GYAN3) January 5, 2021