If you followed the 2014 World Cup, you saw some amazing games and even more amazing plays. You saw Robin Van Persie’s mile-long header, Guillermo Ochoa put on a save clinic, and even some cannibalism from Luis Suarez.

The pictures in the gallery below show some of the highlights from the World Cup this year in Brazil, all drawn by Brazilian Matheus Toscano. He first started using MS Paint, but now uses the Sprite Something app with his stylus and iPad. You can see more of his work on his site, 8-bit football.

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Via [The Verge]

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