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Classic World Cup moments

Queen Elizabeth II presents the World Cup trophy to England captain Bobby Moore at Wembley Stadium, 1966. 


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Queen Elizabeth II presents the World Cup trophy to England captain Bobby Moore at Wembley Stadium, 1966. Action Images/via REUTERS

Queen Elizabeth II presents the World Cup trophy to England captain Bobby Moore at Wembley Stadium, 1966. Action Images/via REUTERS
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Argentina's Diego Maradona celebrates as referee Romualdo Arppi Filho blows the final whistle during their World Cup Final against West Germany, 1986.  



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Argentina's Diego Maradona celebrates as referee Romualdo Arppi Filho blows the final whistle during their World Cup Final against West Germany, 1986. Action Images/via REUTERS

Argentina's Diego Maradona celebrates as referee Romualdo Arppi Filho blows the final whistle during their World Cup Final against West Germany, 1986. Action Images/via REUTERS
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England's Geoff Hurst completes a hat trick as he scores England's fourth goal against West Germany in the final, 1966. 
 

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England's Geoff Hurst completes a hat trick as he scores England's fourth goal against West Germany in the final, 1966. Action Images/via REUTERS

England's Geoff Hurst completes a hat trick as he scores England's fourth goal against West Germany in the final, 1966. Action Images/via REUTERS
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Brazil's coach Luiz Felipe Scolari gestures to Bernard during their semi-final after Germany scored seven goals in a row, 2014. The 7-1 loss was the largest margin of defeat in the history of World Cup semi-finals. 
 
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Brazil's coach Luiz Felipe Scolari gestures to Bernard during their semi-final after Germany scored seven goals in a row, 2014. The 7-1 loss was the largest margin of defeat in the history of World Cup semi-finals. REUTERS/David Gray

Brazil's coach Luiz Felipe Scolari gestures to Bernard during their semi-final after Germany scored seven goals in a row, 2014. The 7-1 loss was the largest margin of defeat in the history of World Cup semi-finals. REUTERS/David Gray
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England's Bryan Robson reacts after missing an open goal during their Group D match against Czechoslovakia, 1982. 


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England's Bryan Robson reacts after missing an open goal during their Group D match against Czechoslovakia, 1982. Action Images/via REUTERS

England's Bryan Robson reacts after missing an open goal during their Group D match against Czechoslovakia, 1982. Action Images/via REUTERS
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Team USA players celebrate as Colombia's Andres Escobar scores an own goal at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles, 1994. Escobar was murdered upon returning home, possibly in retaliation for the goal. 
  

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Team USA players celebrate as Colombia's Andres Escobar scores an own goal at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles, 1994. Escobar was murdered upon returning home, possibly in retaliation for the goal. Action Images/via REUTERS

Team USA players celebrate as Colombia's Andres Escobar scores an own goal at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles, 1994. Escobar was murdered upon returning home, possibly in retaliation for the goal. Action Images/via REUTERS
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Italy's Giorgio Chiellini shows his shoulder, claiming he was bitten by Uruguay's Luis Suarez, during their Group D match, 2014. 


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Italy's Giorgio Chiellini shows his shoulder, claiming he was bitten by Uruguay's Luis Suarez, during their Group D match, 2014. REUTERS/Tony Gentile

Italy's Giorgio Chiellini shows his shoulder, claiming he was bitten by Uruguay's Luis Suarez, during their Group D match, 2014. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
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England captain Bobby Moore swaps shirts with Pele of Brazil after their Group C match, 1970.  

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England captain Bobby Moore swaps shirts with Pele of Brazil after their Group C match, 1970. Action Images/via REUTERS

England captain Bobby Moore swaps shirts with Pele of Brazil after their Group C match, 1970. Action Images/via REUTERS
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World Cup champions Argentina, led by Diego Maradona,  play Cameroon in Group B action, 1990. Cameroon stunned the world by defeating Argentina, heralding a new era in African soccer.  



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World Cup champions Argentina, led by Diego Maradona, play Cameroon in Group B action, 1990. Cameroon stunned the world by defeating Argentina, heralding a new era in African soccer. Action Images/via REUTERS

World Cup champions Argentina, led by Diego Maradona, play Cameroon in Group B action, 1990. Cameroon stunned the world by defeating Argentina, heralding a new era in African soccer. Action Images/via REUTERS
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Argentina's Nery Pumpido and Daniel Passarella celebrate after victory over England in the quarter final, 1986.    



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Argentina's Nery Pumpido and Daniel Passarella celebrate after victory over England in the quarter final, 1986. Action Images/Tony Marshall/via REUTERS

Argentina's Nery Pumpido and Daniel Passarella celebrate after victory over England in the quarter final, 1986. Action Images/Tony Marshall/via REUTERS
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Italy's Paolo Rossi scores against West Germany in the final, 1982. 

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Italy's Paolo Rossi scores against West Germany in the final, 1982. Action Images/via REUTERS

Italy's Paolo Rossi scores against West Germany in the final, 1982. Action Images/via REUTERS
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Italy's captain Dino Zoff lifts the trophy after defeating West Germany in the final, 1982. The 40-year-old goalkeeper is the oldest ever World Cup winner. 


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Italy's captain Dino Zoff lifts the trophy after defeating West Germany in the final, 1982. The 40-year-old goalkeeper is the oldest ever World Cup winner. Action Images/via REUTERS

Italy's captain Dino Zoff lifts the trophy after defeating West Germany in the final, 1982. The 40-year-old goalkeeper is the oldest ever World Cup winner. Action Images/via REUTERS
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An aerial view of the first World Cup final, in Uruguay, 1930. 


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An aerial view of the first World Cup final, in Uruguay, 1930. Action Images/via REUTERS

An aerial view of the first World Cup final, in Uruguay, 1930. Action Images/via REUTERS
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Brazil's Pele celebrates after scoring the opening goal against Italy in the final, 1970. The finals were the first to be broadcast live around the world in color. 



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Brazil's Pele celebrates after scoring the opening goal against Italy in the final, 1970. The finals were the first to be broadcast live around the world in color. Action Images/via REUTERS

Brazil's Pele celebrates after scoring the opening goal against Italy in the final, 1970. The finals were the first to be broadcast live around the world in color. Action Images/via REUTERS
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West Germany scores the winning penalty against Argentina in the final, 1990. It was the last World Cup to feature two German teams, as the country was reunified later in the year.   

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West Germany scores the winning penalty against Argentina in the final, 1990. It was the last World Cup to feature two German teams, as the country was reunified later in the year. Action Images/via REUTERS

West Germany scores the winning penalty against Argentina in the final, 1990. It was the last World Cup to feature two German teams, as the country was reunified later in the year. Action Images/via REUTERS
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Germany celebrates after winning the final against Argentina, 2014. 

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Germany celebrates after winning the final against Argentina, 2014. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

Germany celebrates after winning the final against Argentina, 2014. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
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Brazil's captain Dunga leads his victorious team on their lap of honor after winning the final against Italy, 1994. 

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Brazil's captain Dunga leads his victorious team on their lap of honor after winning the final against Italy, 1994. Action Images/via REUTERS

Brazil's captain Dunga leads his victorious team on their lap of honor after winning the final against Italy, 1994. Action Images/via REUTERS
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