The World Cup In An Hour
History In An Hour, 29/05/2010
South Africa 2010 - the nineteenth FIFA World Cup. 80 years ago, in 1930, Uruguay hosted the first soccer World Cup. The stars of yesteryear were as much revered as they are now. Leonidas, Ademir, Puskas, Fontaine were as famous in their day, as Pele, Beckenbauer and Cruyff were in recent decades and as Messi, Ronaldo, Drogba and Kaka are now. In one hour read the history of the World Cup.
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Argentina Argentineans Austria beat Sweden beaten beating Italy Bobby Charlton Brazil Brazil beat Cameroon captain Chile consecutive World Cup Czechoslovakia defeat despite Dutch England beat equalised extra-time FIFA final group game football four groups France Franz Beckenbauer Gerd Muller Germany beat goalkeeper goalscorer Golden Goal group stage group winners hat-trick Holland Home Nations hosts Hungary Italians Italy's Jules Rimet Jules Rimet trophy knock-out stages last game Lineker lost Maradona match Mexico Northern Ireland Olympic Champions opening game Pele penalty shoot-out play-off played players Portugal Puskas quarter finals quarter-finals referee reigning champions Republic of Ireland Romania Ronaldo Ronaldo scored Round of Sixteen saw West Germany Scotland second game second round semi semi-final sending-off South Korea Spain stadium Sweden teams topped their group tournament Uruguay USSR victory Vittorio Pozzo West Germany whilst Brazil win the World World Champions World Cup Final World Cup goal World Cup history Yugoslavia Zidane