World Cup Archives: Argentina's 26-pass goal in 2006

We continue our countdown to Brazil by looking back at some of the greatest goals and moments in World Cup history.

Eight years ago, Argentina looked destined for glory when the 6-0 drubbing of Serbia sent them top of Group C ahead of the Netherlands.

The game's second goal, rounded off by Esteban Cambiasso after a passage of 26 slick passes, remains one of the finest team goals produced on the biggest stage.

Sadly, the South Americans bowed out at the quarter-final stage on penalties, despite playing some fancy football, following a 1-1 draw against Germany.