Reaction from all the World Cup semi-finalists.
Spain coach Vicente del Bosque praised his extraordinary players after reaching the country's first World Cup Final.
"All of our players were extraordinary but we still have a match to play. We know Dutch football and it will be very tough in the Final."
He added: "From defence through to attack, I think we played a great game. We've got another game in front of us. Let's see if we are able to control the ball. We're in good shape physically, so let's see if we can win."
And Spain forward David Villa added:
"We've shown that in the big moments we've risen to the occasion. It's the best game we've played. We deserved to score more but a Puyol goal put us in the Final and we're exultant.”
Philip Lahm, Germany’s captain, said:
"It was very difficult tonight. We knew Spain were a favourite to win the tournament. Spain is a very strong team. We didn't play courageously enough in the first half. We had a chance in the second but weren't able to use it. It's a huge disappointment. We wanted to do a lot and didn't succeed.”
After his side reached the World Cup Final, Holland coach Bert Van Marwijk said:
“It's amazing that we have managed to do this. It's been 32 years. It is unbelievable. We can be very proud for such a small country."
Man of the Match Wesley Sniejder added:
"It was a hard match, but all that is forgotten now and we are in the Final. The most important thing now is to win. We are so close. There is nothing bigger than the World Cup. This is tremendous, fantastic."
Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez said:
"I'm proud of the team. They've played on an equal footing with the Netherlands. You couldn't ask for more from these players. We went very far, no one expected it, so that helps the sadness of defeat."