The best ever goals in World Cup finals, from Pele, Maradona, Baggio, Bergkamp and... Negrete?!
Gazza's goal against the Scots ain't so great. It turns out he copied it from this chap: Pele. One name, like Cher. Apparently he scored tons of goals.
The evidence here certainly suggests that the kid had talent. Watch him trap that rocket of a pass on his chest, clip it over the advancing defender and execute an inch-perfect volley as it drops, rifling it into the bottom corner.
An irresistibly classy goal for a World Cup final - and he was only 17 at the time. He remains the youngest ever scorer in a World Cup final. But who was better, him or Maradona...?
Maradona shocked the world when he was kicked out of USA 94 after failing a drug test. But after watching this effort against Greece, you can understand why the doping squad were knocking on his hotel room door so quickly.
In a move so blindingly quick you'd have to be on something to be able to pull it off, the Argentinian attack buzz like wasps around the Greece box. Fernando Redondo plays one-twos with Maradona and Claudio Caniggia in the blink of an eye before setting up Diego to curl the ball, left-footed, into the top corner.
Editor's legal note: Only Maradona failed a drug test. OK?
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