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South Africa 2010: Twitter Buzz
We had great fun during the 2010 World Cup watching the stars shine on CNN's Twitter Buzz. The more a player, team or topic was tweeted, the bigger their picture on the screen. Updating every few seconds, players would rise and fall with every goal or red card, along with referees, celebrity fans and of course the vuvuzelas. During the tournament, we curated more than 11 million World Cup-related tweets. And at its peak, the interactive processed more than 13,000 tweets a minute when England played the U.S. on June 12. Here's your chance to track the tournament again, from the opening ceremony to the night Spain lifted the World Cup.
Top tweets from CNN's World Cup team:
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