Wesley Sneijder nets 12 Fantasy League points in 2-1 win over five-time World Champions. The Dutch midfielder scored both goals as the Netherlands came from a goal down to beat Brazil to move into the last-four.
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Barcelona's attacking right-back Dani Alves started the tournament warming the bench, struggling to get into the side ahead of powerful, marauding Inter full-back Maicon. Injury has given him his chance now and he is the Attacking Player of the Week as a result.
In a tournament where many of the star names have been mere shadows of their normal selves, Spain’s goalscorer supreme David Villa has performed at his very best.
So, just eight sides remain. Brazil and Uruguay should progress to the semis when they take on an un-tested Netherlands side and a goal-shy Ghanaian outfit respectively. Elsewhere Argentina's strike-force should have too much for a German side who are poor defensivly.
Forward David Villa scored the only goal of the day as Spain beat Portugal 1-0 and Paraguay and Japan played out a 0-0 draw.
Brazil defenders Juan and Maicon scored 12 and 10 Fantasy League points respectively for their involvement in the opening goal of Monday's 3-0 win over Chile.
Wesley Sneijder scored one and made the other as the Netherlands moved into the quarter-finals with a 2-1 win over Slovakia. The midfielder earned 10 Fantasy League points for his efforts.
Germany's Thomas Muller bagged 16 points for two goals and an assist against England while Uruguay's Luis Suarez and Argentina's Carlos Tevez also scored big over the weekend.
Switzerland's 0-0 draw against Honduras meant that Chile and Spain both qualified for the knockout stages, despite Chile's 2-1 defeat to the Spaniards in Pretoria on Friday night. Forward David Villa scored five Fantasy League points after scoring the first Spanish goal and making the other.
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