JOHANNESBURG - Netherlands' playmaker
Wesley Sneijder has been credited with his team's opening goal
in their 2-1 quarter-final victory over Brazil by FIFA's
Technical Study Group.
The goal had originally been awarded to Brazilian midfielder
Felipe Melo, who flicked the 53rd minute goal-bound cross from
Sneijder into his own net to level the scores at 1-1.
Sneijder now has four goals in the tournament, the joint
highest with Slovakia's Robert Vittek, Argentine Gonzalo Higuain
and Spain's David Villa.
Sneijder has the opportunity to add to his tally in
Tuesday's semi-final against Uruguay in Cape Town.
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