History of FIFA World Cup
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A series of illustrations celebrating the FIFA World Cup. Every image refers to the most important goal scored in the final match.
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Uruguay, 1930: Uruguay-Argentina 4-2
Hector Castro scores the last goal.
Italy, 1934: Italy - Czechoslovakia 2-1
Angelo Schiavio scores the match point.
France, 1938: Italy - Hungary 4-2
Gino Colaussi marks the temporary 3-1.
Brazil, 1950: Uruguay - Brazil 2-1
Alberto Schiaffino scored the temporary 1-1.
Switzerland, 1954: West Germany - Hungary 3-2
Helmut Rahn scores the match point.
Sweden, 1958: Brazil - Sweden 5-2
Pelé scores his first of two personal goals.
Chile, 1962: Brazil - Czechoslovakia 3-1
Amarildo equalizes the temporary advantage of the Czechs.
England, 1966: England - West Germany 4-2
Geoffrey Hurst scores the "ghost goal" in extra times.
Mexico, 1970: Brazil - Italy 4-1
Pelé scores the first goal heading in a cross by Rivelino.
West Germany, 1974: West Germany - Netherlands 2-1
Gerd Müller scores the last goal.
Argentina, 1978: Argentina - Netherlands 3-1
Mario Kempes scores his second personal goal.
Spain, 1982: Italy - West Germany 3-1
Marco Tardelli scores the temporary 2-0.
Mexico, 1986: Argentina - West Germany 3-2
Jorge Burruchaga scores the last goal.
Italy, 1990: West Germany - Argentina 1-0
Andreas Brehme doesn't miss the penalty kick.
USA, 1994: Brazil - Italy 3-2 (0-0)
Romario scores his penalty kick.
France, 1998: France - Brazil 3-0
Zinedine Zidane scores the first goal.
South Korea-Japan, 2002: Brazil - Germany 2-0
Ronaldo beats Kahn and scores the first goal.
Germany, 2006: Italy - France 5-3 (1-1)
Marco Materazzi equalizes the match with a header.
South Africa, 2010: Spain - Netherlands 1-0
Andres Iniesta gives Spain their first world title.
Brazil, 2014: Germany - Argentina 1-0
Mario Götze scores in the extra-time.