days, players | Mario Kempes
The 1978 FIFA World Cup brought a first title for hosts AFA - Selección Argentina. The star of the tournament was Mario Kempes, whose six goals – including two in the Final – saw him earn the adidas Golden Boot as the competition’s top scorer.
days, players | Andrés Iniesta
The midfielder delivered the telling blow in Selección Española de Fútbol (SeFutbol) football’s finest moment, scoring the extra-time winner against the Netherlands in the South Africa 2010 decider that secured the FIFA World Cup Trophy so long coveted by the nation’s supporters.
days, players | Johan Cruyff
Although he won no international honours with the OnsOranje and only appeared at one FIFA #WorldCup, in 1974, when the Dutch reached the Final, he is nevertheless regarded as one of the most brilliant players of all time.