Spain has a quarter-final date with Paraguay by beating Portugal 1-0 in Cape Town. A 63rd-minute David Villa goal proving the difference between the two sides.

David Villa of Spain celebrates scoring the opening goal. -best playerjpeg

David Villa,  maybe the best player in the world???

In 2010 he moved to Barcelona for €40 million. Worth it now!

David Villa’s odds to be World Cup 2010 Top Goalscorer are listed at 3.0 while Gonzalo Higuain is priced at 3.5. Brazil’s Luis Fabiano is priced at 5.5 and then the odds take a big jump to 12.0 for Uruguay’s Luis Suarez. Germany’s Thomas Muller can be backed at 17.0 while Asamoah Gyan and Carlos Tevez can be backed at 21.0.

Germany’s Miroslav Klose and Uruguay’s Diego Forlan share a 23.0 price. Lionel Messi and Lukas Podolski are both at 34.0 and Robin Van Persie is sitting at 41.0. You’re looking at 81.0 for Fernando Torres or Robinho while Arjen Robbem, Dirk Kuyt, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, Wesley Sneijder and Mesut Ozil are all priced at 101.0. Cacau trades at 151.0.

Higuain and Villa have scored four goals apiece while Robert Vittek of Slovakia also notched four goals. If both Higuain and Villa go scoreless in the next potential three games then a bet on Vittek would make sense I guess (he is listed at 21.0).

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