World Cup 2010, Spain Vs. Paraguay: Oscar Cardozo Penalty Kick Saved By Iker Casillas

It was the perfect save by Iker Casillas, who guessed correctly on Oscar Cardozo's penalty kick, keeping Spain's match with Paraguay scoreless.

Cardozo had drawn the penalty (and a yellow card) on Gerard Piqué, the Spain defender pulled Cardozo's arm as the kick was taken.

Cardozo, who converted the final kick in Paraguay's penalty shootout against Japan, went right.  Casillas guess correctly and caught the ball in his chest, saving the shot in the 59th minute.

Spain and Paraguay remain scoreless.

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