Watch the best World Cup goals in stunning flip book form
With 171 goals scored across 64 matches played over 32 days, it's fair to say that the World Cup in Brazil has been one of the most entertaining tournaments in recent memory.
If you're starting to suffer from World Cup withdrawal, however, Stabilo might have a quick fix for you.
The German stationery makers have lovingly recreated their three best goals of the tournaments in stunning flip book animation form.
Here's Tim Cahill's wicked volley against Holland:
The James Rodriguez rocket against Uruguay:
And last but not least, Robin van Persie's out-of-this-world diving header against Spain:
Watch the full Stabilo video in the gallery above!
That said, Stabilo weren't the only one to use flip books to pick their best goals though as YouTuber etoilec1 showcased his take on the five best goals of the tournament.
Sources: YouTube, 101GreatGoals