Ten different World Cups. Ten different nations. Ten different players. The World Cup has seen many great goals over the years and each tournament has been graced with some stunning strikes. The 2010 World Cup in South Africa is bound to see some more cracking goals, but what have been the best goals in the last ten tournaments? We have selected one goal from each of the past ten World Cups, and on top of that have selected players from ten different countries. Take a look at the videos below, pick your favourites and then write your top 3 in order in the comments box at the bottom of the page. If your selection matches ours then you will be in with a chance of winning One Night in Turin on DVD.
One Night in Turin looks back on the 1990 World Cup in Italy. Italia ’90 is England’s best World Cup performance in recent years, but yet again ended in heartbreak, with England having trouble on and off the field throughout the tournament. Produced by an award winning team, One Night in Turin tells the inside story of the World Cup of 1990 and is based on the best-selling book “All Played Out” by Pete Davies. To see what we thought of the DVD take a look at our One Night in Turn Review. And remember to get your hands on a free copy of the DVD, enjoy watching some of the finest World Cup goals below and then let us know your favourite 3 goals in the comments box! Here are the 10 goals, starting with the earliest:
Carlos Alberto – BRAZIL v Italy 1970:
Paul Breitner – WEST GERMANY v Chile 1974:
Archie Gemmill – SCOTLAND v Holland 1978:
Marco Tardelli – ITALY v West Germany 1982:
Diego Maradona – ARGENTINA v England 1986:
David Platt – ENGLAND v Belgium 1990:
Saeed Al-Owairan – SAUDI ARABIA v Belgium 1994:
Dennis Bergkamp – HOLLAND v Argentina 1998:
Dario Rodriguez – URUGUAY v Denmark 2002:
Darijo Srna – CROATIA v Australia 2006:
Don’t forget to let us know your top 3 to be in with a chance of winning a copy of One Night in Turin on DVD!