Fans of the Netherlands are celebrating after their team beat Uruguay 3-2 to make it through to their first World Cup final for 32 years.
Dutch captain Giovanni van Bronckhorst celebrates scoring Netherlands' first goal after striking the net from more than 30 metres away! He's retiring from footie after this World Cup.
Uruguay's striker Luis Suarez watches the action from the side. He had to sit out of the match after he used his hands to stop a goal from Ghana during his team's quarter final.
Diego Forlan from Uruguay equalises at the end of the first half, taking the score to 1-1 at half time.
Wesley Sneijder takes his side back into the lead in the 70th minute...
...and just three minutes later, his teammate Arjen Robben celebrates after netting his country's third goal of the game.
The Netherlands have never won the World Cup, but they have made the final twice before.
With Uruguay now two goals behind, it looks like it's pretty much over for the South American side.
But Uruguay's Maximiliano Pereira gives the Netherlands a scare with a goal in the 92nd minute. It wasn't enough though.
Dutch and Everton defender John Heitinga carries teammate Wesley Sneijder - he'll be hoping he gets the chance to carry the World Cup trophy after Sunday's final.