Argentina vs. England • 1986
Diego Maradona's opening goal in the quarterfinal blatantly came off his hand—the most famous blown call in soccer history. The Hand of God proved decisive in a 2--1 win over England, helping Argentina win its second Cup in three years.
U.S. vs. Germany • 2002
Germany's Torsten Frings preserved his team's quarterfinal lead with a clear handball on the goal line. The U.S. lost 1--0.
Argentina vs. Mexico • 2010
Carlos Tevez was obviously offside when he headed in Argentina's first goal in a 3--1 round-of-16 win.
Italy vs. Australia • 2006
Down to 10 men, eventual champion Italy advanced on a late penalty kick after Fabio Grosso's dubious fall in the box.
West Germany vs. Argentina • 1990
Argentina saw red on a dive by future U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann. Up a man, the Germans won 1--0.