David Villa owns South Africa.
That's right, according to EA Sports' World Cup simulation using the artificial intelligence behind the game "2010 FIFA World Cup: South Africa," not only does Villa win the Golden Boot for scoring seven goals in the tournament, but his two goals in the final game help Spain defeat Brazil 3-1 to become the new champs.
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