Play-acting: Football's most memorable dives
Tuesday 22 June 2010
Unfortunately the 2010 World Cup has been hit by a spate of play acting.
The reaction of Kader Keita following his altercation with Kaka was laughable, while invisible elbows have been appearing all over South Africa, particular in Italy's match with New Zealand and in the sending off of Switzerland's Behrami in their match with Chile.
Although it's disappointing, diving and simulation are nothing new, as this guide proves.
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