Uruguay's Diego Forlan has won the Fifa Golden Ball as the outstanding player at the World Cup.
Forlan, the Atletico Madrid striker, scored five goals, including two outstanding strikes against South Africa and Germany, as Uruguay exceeded expectations to reach the semi-finals and then lose the third-place play-off 3-2 to Germany.
Forlan finished in a four-way tie with Thomas Muller, Wesley Sneijder and David Villa for the Golden Boot with five goals - an award Muller took on a tie-break thanks to having more assists.
Muller also picked up the Best Young Player award, while Spain captain Iker Casillas can add the Golden Glove award to his World Cup winners' medal.
Germany's Thomas Müller has won the Golden Boot after finishing as the World Cup 2010 top scorer and been named as the young player of the tournament.
The Germany attacker claimed the accolade after Holland's Wesley Sneijder and Spain's David Villa failed to hit the net during Spain's 1-0 win at the Soccer City stadium.
The 20 year-old German starlet was also named Young Player of the World Cup, capping an incredible tournament in South Africa, having scored five goals from his five shots on target.
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