His other main rivals, five-goal stars Wesley Sneijder of the Netherlands and Spain's David Villa, meet in the final on Sunday.It's unsurprising given the impact he has had in South Africa that suitors will soon come calling for his services.When Uruguay meet Germany in the 2010 FIFA World Cup's third place play-off game on Saturday, one player with little left to prove will be Diego Forlan, the star of the South American team's stunning campaign.

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Goal scoring exploits put Diego in the shop window It's even possible that he could finish the tournament with another accolade if he can add to his World Cup tally against the Germans.

Forlan currently has four goals, equal to Germany's Miroslav Klose who he will face on Saturday, and has maintained during the tournament his scoring average of a goal in every 2.5 games for Uruguay.

Lionel Messi was the difference as Argentina edged a crucial World Cup qualifier against Chile.

Elsewhere, an unlikely hattrick hero inspired Brazil to an emphatic win over Uruguay that moved them closer to Russia 2018.

It took him eight months and 27 games to score his first goal and his woeful return led to sections of the British press dubbing him "Diego Forlorn." Despite winning the English title with Man United in the 2002/03 season, Forlan was sold to Villareal in 2004 with his reputation in tatters. However, an amazing rehabilitation took place during his first season in Spain.

Forlan ended the campaign as the top scorer in La Liga and shared the 2004/5 European Golden Boot award with Thierry Henry.

Forlan's form also led the Yellow Submarine into the Champions League for the first time in their history.

Forlan hits the heights with Atletico Madrid Forlan moved on to Atletico Madrid in 2007 to fill the striking vacancy created by local hero Fernando Torres's departure to Liverpool.

At 31, his chances to win something with his nation are certainly running out and the almost desperate way he applies himself in every game suggests he is battling the passage of time itself.