Haiti among 7 insane moments in World Cup history | Voxxi


zinedine-zidaneItaly was on the wrong end of another memorable goal, scored by Brazil’s Alberto Carlos in the 1970 final — one that many still regard as the greatest-ever goal in the tournament. Its biggest rival for that title is Maradona’s lengthy dribble and shot against England in 1986, mentioned above.But while the Argentine’s was a brilliant solo effort, Carlos Alberto’s was the ultimate team goal, with the ball being passed out from the back and almost every member of the Brazil team touching it before Alberto’s thunderous strike. Note the samba step-over in the build-up. via  World Cup history | Voxxivoxxilogo2 .

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