"I said that I would walk the Saint James Way (pilgrimage route) and I will do it. I didn't say when." - Spain's goalscorer Andres Iniesta
Soccer City erupts in light for World Cup closer
Musicians and singers perform during the closing ceremony prior to the 2010 World Cup football final between the Netherlands and Spain on July 11, 2010 at Soccer City stadium in Soweto, suburban Johannesburg. NO PUSH TO MOBILE MOBILE USE SOLELY WITHIN EDITORIAL ARTICLE - AFP PHOTO STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN
South Africa's Soccer City erupted in lights for the World Cup closing ceremony, with singers performing a melody of local music from urban hip-hop to a cappella chorals.
Shakira performed her song "Waka Waka", Grammy winning South African a cappella act Ladysmith Black Mambazo sang "Rain Rain Beautiful Rain" and performers marched across the field with lights leaving a trail of national flags behind them.
The ceremony was broadcast live to 215 countries and territories, with more than 700 million people expected to watch.