Beerschot's Nicoletta den Ridder somehow manages to scoop a rebound over the bar from a yard against Ajax. Oops
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You've read the words, you know the names. Now watch the legends come alive for you
Watch Brazil’s 4-1 triumph over Italy in 1970 in glorious technicolor, as Pele leads magical team full of No.10s to most widely-celebrated World Cup win.
A collection of England captain Bobby Moore's finest tackles as the World Cup holders took on champions elect Brazil in Mexico, 1970.
The greatest ever save? Some disagree, but few have pulled off better. Gordon Banks leaps to his right to keep out Pele's seemingly goalbound header.
Not literally, sadly, but this endlessly watchable compilation stacks together the geniuses’ great moments in
a friendly competition.
At 17, most young men are down the pub. Pele was in Sweden, scoring two goals
in a World Cup final and being carried triumphantly off the field. You
don't see that in Skins.
In 1974, Pele scored his two final goals in Brazilian football: a wanger from downtown before a dubious penalty allowed him to finish with a flourish.
And so to America. Tune in to this pleasingly produced showreel (with disco backing, natch) of the
king’s three-year reign in New York.
Nice little honey-voiced documentary
on O Milesimo, the great man’s great milestone. Note the opponent digging up the penalty spot.
See Chelsea’s Carlo in his title-winning playing days at Roma in the 1980s – fresh-faced and suave after bursting into the box to score a ‘Lampard’ goal.
Manchester United’s £7.4m newest recruit, aka “Who?”. You've read the interview, now watch the video to see why they may have found a diamond.
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