Be it Joachim Low nose-picking immediately before shaking hands with Cristiano Ronaldo or Alejandro Sabella's failed trust fall — it's all in our compilation of the World Cup's funniest, most hilarious moments.
World Cup 2014 ended with Germany lifting their fourth title — and here's the Worst XI of the tournament.
With the result, the Netherlands finishes a World Cup unbeaten in regular play for the first time, having lost to Argentina on penalties in the semifinals.
Brazil are taking part in their fourth third-place playoff at the World Cup.
Lionel Messi has scored four of Argentina's eight goals, while Dutch forwards Arjen Robben and Robin van Persie have each notched three.
These delightful infographics have been doing the rounds on social media, so we thought we would share them with those of our readers who had missed them
The stakes certainly are high enough. Belgium has not reached the quarterfinals since 1986 and the U.S. team has already exceeded expectations by emerging from a tough opening group and wants to ride that momentum.
Portugal will be sweating on Ronaldo's fitness after the Real Madrid star limped off from another training session.
Regular people would first go down and then ask for a foul, but here is Marcelo's attempt to go down, scream, appeal and look ridiculously funny all at the same time.
Germany coach Joachim Loew poured praise on make-shift striker Thomas Mueller after his hat-trick in Monday's 4-0 rout of Portugal at the World Cup, then hinted at making changes.
Muller's is the first WC hat trick for a German player since Klose got one vs. Saudi Arabia in 2002.
Mueller scored either side of Mats Hummels' headed goal as Germany took a 3-0 lead at the break, and added his third goal in the 81st.
It's Germany vs Portugal, Iran vs Nigeria and Ghana vs USA on matchday five of the FIFA World Cup 2014.
After just two days of the World Cup, the match officials have planted themselves firmly at the center of most conversations about the tournament in Brazil.
With one disastrous result, Spain's World Cup campaign and overall footballing identity is suddenly facing a crisis.
Louis van Gaal believes his Netherlands side can still improve on their historic 5-1 drubbing of Spain in their World Cup opener on Friday.
Blatter, who ignored calls made this week by European countries not to run again in next year's FIFA election, enjoys the support of enough delegates to have his way, even if doesn't run unopposed.
We don't want to spoil everything for you — but we recommend that you watch the whole video, because at the end of it all comes Zlatan Ibrahimovic — the real danger.