Here Are the Best World Cup Moments Told Through GIFs

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The World Cup has reached its final days and there have been lots of amazing moments across Brazil over the past four weeks.

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Here is a quick refresher on the best moments told through GIFs.

Flying Dutchman

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PHOTO: Robin van Persie, of the Netherlands, scores a goal with a header

Robin van Persie scored one of the best goals on a header in World Cup history against Spain to help the Netherlands to a 5-1 rout of defending champion Spain.

Dempsey's Toughness

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U.S. captain Clint Dempsey is tough, there's no question about that. His goal against Ghana got things started for the U.S. in what was an epic 2-1 win. Even a kick to the face couldn't stop Dempsey from playing.

Top Goal From Down Under

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Australia may have lost to the Netherlands, but Tim Cahill's goal against the Dutch rivaled van Persie's strike against Spain. You be the judge which was the better goal.

Goals Don't Lie

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PHOTO: The Colombian national team celebrates with a dance after Juan Quintero (#20) scores the team's second goal against Ivory Coast on June 19, 2014.

Colombia has been one of the most entertaining teams at the World Cup -- and not just for its goals. A 2-1 win over Ivory Coast was also a chance to rejoice with a dance. The players channeled Shakira to celebrate both goals.

Shock and Draw

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Silvestre Varela scores a goal in stoppage time to give Portugal a 2-2 tie against the United States, June 22, 2014.

The U.S. was 30 seconds away from reaching the knockout round, but suffered a minor setback after Portugal tied the game 2-2 in the fifth minute of stoppage time.

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