7 Most Difficult Records To Break in World Cup History
|Polish player Ernest Wilimowski|
1.At the 1962 World Cup, Brazil was crowned champion when it only brought out a total of 12 players, out of 22 names registered for the tournament. It is very difficult to have a team break this record in the future.
|World Cup 1962|
2.Juan Jose Tramutola, far right, is the youngest coach in the World Cup. In the 1930 World Cup, he was the leader of the Argentina team at the age of 27. FIFA once put this record in the group that is very difficult to be surpassed.
3.Roger Milla, the symbol of the Cameroon team, holds 2 World Cup records. He scored his first World Cup goal at the oldest age (38 years and 19 days, 1990 World Cup). Milla is also the oldest player to ever score at a World Cup (42 years and 39 days, 1994 World Cup).
4.Mario Gotze scored to help Germany beat Argentina 1-0, thereby winning the 2014 World Cup. Gotze is the only player in history to score his first World Cup goal in the context of being a substitute in the final match. conclude.
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5.At the 1994 World Cup, Cameroon's youngest players were Rigobert Song, pictured left, (17 years and 358 days) and Roger Milla (42 years and 35 days). This is the largest age difference between players on a team in World Cup history.
6.Tim, a former Brazilian player, attended the 1938 World Cup. At the 1982 World Cup, Tim re-appeared as coach of the Peruvian team. Tim set a different World Cup record when it took 44 years to return to the biggest football festival on the planet.
7.Ernest Wilimowski of Poland once scored 4 goals in a match at the 1938 World Cup, but the home team still lost the match.
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