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These World Cup 2014 Moments May Hurt Your Eyes. They Are 8-bit drawings.

Matheus Toscano – an old-school 8-bit video games lover and the author of this drawings believes the drawings have just enough information to communicate the players and the scene.

When France played Honduras in the group stages, a shot from France’s Karim Benzema led to the first-ever use of FIFA’s new goal-line technology. The verdict? Goal. Just barely.
Spain, among the favorites to win the Cup, were one of the first teams eliminated in the group stages. Spain was sad.
Colombia’s James Rodriguez was one of the stars of the tournament, scoring six goals – including this beautiful chip shot against Japan – en route to winning the Golden Boot as the Cup’s leading scorer.
In a game that ended in a 2-2 tie, Clint Dempsey scored for the US by thrusting his belly at the ball. It worked.
Uruguay’s Luis Suarez bit Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini, and was subsequently banned from the rest of the World Cup. It was a weird moment.
Diving became a topic of much conversation at the World Cup, but when Jermaine Jones ran into a referee he didn’t fake it. He fell. Hard.
In the quarterfinal against Costa Rica, Netherlands goalkeeper Tim Krul subbed in just before penalty kicks – and then saved two shots to win the game for the Dutch.
In a heated quarterfinal matchup, Colombia’s Juan Camilo Zuniga kneed Brazil star Neymar in the back. Neymar never came back onto the field, and Brazil never recovered.
Germany and Argentina faced off in a tense, 1-0 World Cup final that ended in extra time on a remarkable German goal.
In the 113th minute of the final, Mario Gotze scored an incredible, off-balance goal to give Germany the 2014 World Cup.


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