6) Fernando Torres, Chile vs Spain (2010)
Despite having been outplayed by Marcelo Bielsa’s men for the opening half an hour, Spain boasted a two-goal lead by half time with Chile's Marco Estrada shown a second yellow card 37 minutes in. But what for, you ask? As the midfielder is tracking back, a cheeky Torres darts across his path – disrupting the referee's line of sight – before tripping himself on the edge of the box and getting his unsuspecting opponent into the naughty book. If Estrada's early bath was bad enough, the same move produced Spain's second through Andres Iniesta. Rats.