The 15 Most Important Hairstyles Of The 2014 World Cup

So many styles.

1. Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal with the “Swoop of Destiny”.

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2. David Luiz of Brazil with the “Valderrama Forever”.

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3. Kyle Beckerman of the United States with the “Khal Drogo”.

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4. Keisuke Honda of Japan with the “Ellen.”

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5. Andrés Guardado of Mexico with the “Julius Caesar.”

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6. Antonio Nocerino of Italy with the “Ricky Martin.”

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7. Robin Van Persie of The Netherlands with the “almost silver fox.”

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8. Georgios Samaras of Greece with the “Fabio-in-training.”

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9. Michael Essien of Ghana with the “patch of grass.”

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10. Stephan El Shaarawy of Italy with the “stegosaurus.”

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11. David de Gea of Spain with the “tidal wave.”

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12. Mario Balotelli of Italy with the “happy trail.”

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13. Miguel Veloso of Portugal with the “almost pretty boy.”

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14. Marouane Fellaini of Belgium with the “broccoli.”

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15. And Vorsah Isaac of Ghana with the “Sisqo.”

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