Who won the World Cup in the 80s?

Who won the World Cup in the 80s?

Italy The tournament was won by Italy, who defeated West Germany 3-1 in the final, which was held in the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid, Spain. Italy won their third World Cup, but their first since 1938. They were crowned champions for the second time in three years, after winning the 1986 World Cup.

What is the best country to live in? According to where you live, this list will differ. But according to how many years she has been ranked high on the list, there's one country that stands out above all others: Switzerland. Switzerland has been ranked number 1 by Mercer for 14 consecutive years. It's a remarkable record that shows how well living in Switzerland can suit your needs.

Switzerland has a strong economy and an efficient government system. Its location is also something people love about it. As well as being near most European countries, it's also not too far away from Asia or North America either. This means there's a lot for tourists to see and do here. If you're looking for a safe place to live with good public services, then you should consider moving to Switzerland.

There are different ways to get a Swiss residence permit. For example, if you have a job offer, you can apply for a work permit. Or you can go through an employment agency and they will be able to find you a job in Switzerland.

Who was the first country to win back-to-back World Cups?

On the pitch, Italy became the first country to win back-to-back World Cups, defeating Hungary in the final, which would go on to become a world football powerhouse in the years after the war. 1934, Italy: Giuseppe Meazza, Dario Bonetti, Bruno Ferrari, Eraldo Monzani, Luigi Riva, Felice Colombo, Pietro Rava, Armando Picchi, Giancarlo Marone.

Off the pitch, it was Argentina who drew first blood when they defeated Italy at the World Cup by a score of 1-0 in their opening match. But instead of building upon that success, they went out and lost their next two matches, finishing last of the four teams involved.

Then again, we should probably thank them for giving us one of the all-time great World Cup finals. The 1954 tournament was held in Switzerland and France, with both countries trying to win their first World Cup. It came down to this final match between these two rivals who had been feuding with each other all year. Italy won its second consecutive title thanks to a goal from Pier Paolo Pasolini. Eraldo Monzani scored first for Italy but this is where things get interesting: the referee apparently didn't see the ball cross the line before he blew his whistle, allowing France time to counterattack and score a late goal of their own.

Who won the 3rd World Cup?

The 1938 FIFA World Cup was the third edition of the quadrennial international football tournament for senior men's national teams, and it was held in France from June 4–19, 1938. In the 1938 FIFA World Cup final, Italy defended its championship by defeating Hungary 4-2.

Coupe du Monde 1938
Top scorer(s)Leônidas (7 goals)
← 1934 1950 →

Was there a World Cup in 1982?

The 1982 FIFA World Cup was the 12th FIFA World Cup, a quadrennial football competition for men's senior national teams held in Spain from June 13 to July 11, 1982. They beat France 2-1 in the final at Madrid's Camp Nou stadium.

What is the record attendance for a World Cup match?

100,000 people attended the final match of the 1934 World Cup which was played between Germany and Argentina at Berlin's Olympic Stadium. The game ended in a 2-2 draw - the only time these two countries have ever been tied on goal difference. The match was known as the "Game of the Century" because it was the most watched television event up to that point in time. (In 2016, the same stadium saw a world record breaking crowd of 74,829 people watch Brazil defeat Germany by 3-2.)

Who holds the all time World Cup scoring record?

Franz Beckenbauer is the all time top scorer at the World Cup with five goals. He scored four times during the 1974 tournament in Germany and also once in the final when his team defeated Sweden 4-2. Zico has the second highest number of goals with four. He scored three times during the 1958 tournament in Sweden and also once when he played against England at Wembley.

Who was the last country to win the World Cup twice?

Die Mannschaft won the World Cup in Brazil in 2014, when Mario Gotze scored the game-winning goal in extra time after coming on as a substitute. Argentina and Uruguay, both from South America, have won the event twice.

Italy has four FIFA World Cup victories. It is the team's second-highest total. Italy is tied for second position with Germany. Brazil took first place, having won the title five times. Argentina and Uruguay each won two times. The FIFA World Cup has been won by England, France, and Spain each once. Italy won the World Cup four times: in 1934, 1938, 1982, and 2006.

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