Did Pele score in the 1958 World Cup?
At 17 years and 239 days, Pele is the youngest player to have ever scored at the World Cup when he found the back of the net against Wales in the quarterfinals. He is also the youngest player ever to win the World Cup and is the only player to win three World Cups ( 1958 , 1962 and 1970).
Who won 1958 Worldcup?
Сборная Бразилии по футболу
Which country won the FIFA World Cup in 1958?
Who scored record 13 goals in the 1958 World Cup?
McParland: I was only a goal behind Pele at Sweden 1958. The 1958 FIFA World Cup™ is synonymous with Just Fontaine’s record 13-goal haul, a 17-year-old Pele announcing himself to the world and Brazil claiming their first-ever world title.
Who is the youngest World Cup winner?
Who scored 16 goals in one football match?
“Olympos Xylofagou’s striker, Panagiotis Pontikos, banged in 16 goals against SEK Ayios Athanasios FC at the weekend,” writes Tinashe Shoko.
Which country will host the 2022 World Cup?
Who scored for Brazil against Germany?
Which country has won the World Cup the most?
When did Italy win the World Cup?
Italy is one of the most successful national teams in the history of the World Cup, having won four titles ( 1934, 1938, 1982, 2006 ) and appearing in two other finals ( 1970, 1994 ), reaching a third place ( 1990 ) and a fourth place ( 1978 ).
Which year Brazil won the World Cup?
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Who won the 1956 World Cup?
Who won the World Cup in 1966?
England national football team
Which Test playing nation has never won any World Cup?
New Zealand has yet to win the World Cup , but has been runners-up two times (2015 and 2019). The best result by a non- Test playing nation is the semi-final appearance by Kenya in the 2003 tournament; while the best result by a non- Test playing team on their debut is the Super 8 (second round) by Ireland in 2007.
Has Sweden won the World Cup before?
Sweden have been one of the more successful national teams in the history of the World Cup , having reached 4 semi-finals, and becoming runners-up on home ground in 1958. The two countries have met each other seven times but Sweden never won , with five victories for the Brazilian side and two draws.