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1930 12' (Uruguay)first goal scorer in a world cup final, played for River Plate (1931-1935)
1930 20' (Argentina)won four Argentine Championships with River Plate (1932, 1936, 1937 and 1941)
1930 37' (Argentina)1930 World Cup Top Scorer (8 goals)
1930 57' (Uruguay)two-time Olympic Gold Medalist (1924 and 1928), national coach (1940-41), Uruguay's leading scorer at the 1930 World Cup
1930 68' (Uruguay)known as 'the Canary', scored two goals during 1930 World Cup
1930 89' (Uruguay)1928 Olympic Gold Medalist, enjoyed successful coaching career, winning the Uruguayan Championship on five occasions
1934 76' (Czechoslovakia)played 61 matches from 1926-39 and he's the all-time Czechslovak top scorer with 35 goals
1934 81' (Italy)won five serie a championships with Juventus and a Olympic silver medal at 1928 Olympics
1934 95' (Italy)played whole career at Bologna winning four Serie A championships
1938 6' and 35' (Italy)scored four goals at the 1938 World Cup
1938 8' (Hungary)coached Egyptian national team, 1959-61
1938 16' and 82' (Italy)1942-43 Seie A top scorer, all-time top scorer in Serie A history (274 goals)
1938 70' (Hungary)Captained 1938 team, coached at clubs like Juventus and AS Roma
1954 6' (Hungary)football legend, triple European Cup winner, Olympic Gold Medalist, a Mighty Magyar
1954 8' (Hungary)a Mighty Magyar, Olympic Gold Medalist, won two La Liga titles with Barcelona
1954 10' (West Germany)FC Nuremberg legend, home stadium was named in his honor (1995-2006)
1954 18' and 84' (West Germany)German football legend, profilic scorer at international level with 21 goals rom 41 matches!
1958 4' (Sweden)one-third of the Gre-No-Li, Olympic Gold Medalist and was voted Swedish Player of the Millenium
1958 9' and 32' (Brazil)9 World Cup goals, two-time World Cup champion (1958 and 1962)
1958 55' and 90' (Brazil)FIFA Player of the Century
1958 68' (Brazil)One of two players to win the World Cup as a player and coach (1958,1962 as player, 1970 coach)
1958 80' (Sweden)scored four goals during 1958 World Cup
1962 15' (Czechoslovakia)1962 European Footballer of the Year
1962 17' (Brazil)'The White Pele', won Scudetto with Fiorentina in 1969
Final InfoGoal ScorerHints
1962 69' (Brazil)played 733 games for Santos from 1952 to 1967
1962 78' (Brazil)first player to score in two World Cup finals
1966 12' (West Germany)1964 Serie A Footballer of the Year, 3 Scudettos (1964 with Bologna, 1972, 1973 Juventus)
1966 18', 101' and 120' (England)Easy one......
1966 78' (England)a European Cup-Winners cup winner with West Ham and UEFA Cup winner with Tottenham
1966 90' (West Germany)a central defender, scored one of his two international goals in the 1966 final, FC Koln player (1963-1978)
1970 18' (Brazil)Triple World Champion (1958, 1962 and 1970)
1970 37' (Italy)UEFA Cup, Serie A and Coppa Italia winner with Juventus
1970 66' (Brazil)Best player of the 1970 final
1970 71' (Brazil)legend with a afro, one of three players to score a goal in every game of a tournament
1970 86' (Brazil)one of the best defenders of all-time, captain in 1970
1974 2' (penalty) (Netherlands)won three European Cups with Ajax (1971-73)
1974 25' (penalty) (West Germany)European Championship winner in 1972, European Cup Winner in 1974
1974 43' (West Germany)14 World Cup Goals, 1970 European Footballer of the Year, Football Legend
1978 38' and 105' (Argentina)1978 World Cup Golden Boot
1978 82' (Netherlands)First substitute to be sent off, Roda JC all-time top scorer (107 goals)
1978 116' (Argentina)played in both victorious Argertine teams (1978 and 1986), played for Napoli and Fiorentina
1982 57' (Italy)1982 World Soccer Player of the Year and European Footballer of the Year
1982 69' (Italy)Won five Scudettos with Juventus
1982 81' (Italy)Played 466 Matches for Inter Milan
1982 83' (West Germany)Seven Bundesliga Titles with Bayern Munich, a football legend
1986 23' (Argentina)scored his only international goal in the 1986 final
1986 55' (Argentina)won 1985 and 1986 UEFA Cups with Real Madrid
1986 74' (West Germany)runner-up in 1982 and 1986 World Cups, two-time European Footballer of the Year
Final InfoGoal ScorerHints
1986 80' (West Germany)German Football Legend, won Champions' League in 1993 and lead Germany (as coach) to the final in 2002
1986 83' (Argentina)participated in every 1990 Argentine match
1990 85' (penalty) (West Germay)played in Euro, European Cup, UEFA Cup and World Cup finals
1994 penalty shootout (Brazil)1994 FIFA Player of the Year
1994 penalty shootout (Italy)five-time European Cup/Champions League winner with AC Milan, Euro and World Cup runner-up, also played with Barcelona
1994 penalty shootout (Brazil)played 72 matches for Brazil (1985-95), 1989 Copa America Winner
1994 penalty shootout (Italy)During his 13 year career at AC Milan, he won three Serie A's, two European Cups and two Italian Super Cups
1994 penalty shotout (Brazil)captained Brazil to 1994 World Cup
1998 27 and 45'+1 (France)this one is very easy....
1998 90' (France)Premier League, Ligue 1, FA Cup and Euro 2000 winner, has a ponytail
2002 67' and 79' (Brazil)this is even easier....
2006 7' (penalty) (France)1998, 2000 and 2003 FIFA World Player of the Year, good with his head!
2006 19' (Italy)UEFA Champions League winner, 2010
2006 penalty shootout (Italy)2006 Final Man of the Match, AC Milan great
2006 penalty shootout (France)Euro 2000, Confederations Cup, Ligue 1, English Premier League and FA Cup winner, plays for FC Metz
2006 penalty shootout (Italy)Was involved in a infamous collision with a certain Frenchman
2006 penaty shootout (Italy)2009 Italian Footballer of the Year, future Italian captain
2006 penalty shootout (France)Currently playing with Barcelona, where he's won the La Liga, Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, Copa del Rey and Supercopa de Espana
2006 penalty shootout (Italy)World Cup, Champions League, Serie A and UEFA Super Cup winner, Juventus legend
2006 penalty shootout (Fance)played for Bayern Munich from 2000 to 2009
2006 penalty shootout (Italy)Serie A and Ligue 1 winner, currently playing for Juventus
2010 116' (Spain)Player of the 2010 FIFA World Cup final, regarded as one of the best midfielders in the world (currently plays for Barcelona)

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