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

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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.
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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.
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Spain, among the favorites to win the Cup, were one of the first teams eliminated in the group stages. Spain was sad.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Germany and Argentina faced off in a tense, 1-0 World Cup final that ended in extra time on a remarkable German goal.
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In the 113th minute of the final, Mario Gotze scored an incredible, off-balance goal to give Germany the 2014 World Cup.

(h/t: theverge.com)

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