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What happened in the 1986 World Cup?

What happened in the 1986 World Cup?

The 1986 FIFA World Cup Final was the final and deciding game of the 1986 FIFA World Cup, held in Mexico. The match was held at the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City on 29 June 1986 and had an attendance of 114,600. It was contested by Argentina and West Germany. Argentina won the match 3–2 in normal time.

When did Italy beat Brazil in World Cup?

The match was won by Italy 3–2, with Italian striker Paolo Rossi scoring a hat-trick….Italy v Brazil (1982 FIFA World Cup)

The Estadi de Sarrià held the match
Event 1982 FIFA World Cup
Date 5 July 1982
Venue Estadio Sarriá, Barcelona
Referee Abraham Klein (Israel)

Why was 1986 World Cup held Mexico?

Mexico became the first nation to host two World Cups, as it had hosted the 1970 FIFA World Cup. A severe earthquake in September 1985, eight months before the tournament, cast doubt over Mexico’s ability to organize the event, but the stadiums were not affected and it was decided to go ahead with the preparations.

Who won the Worldcup in 1986?

Argentina national football team
1986 FIFA World Cup/Champion

What did Brazil do in the 1986 World Cup?

The Brazilian national football team participated in the 1986 FIFA World Cup, and in doing so maintained their record of being the only team to enter every World Cup Finals. Brazil played until the Quarter Finals, where they were defeated by France on penalties. 1 Qualifying.

What was the score of Italy v Brazil in 1982?

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When did Brazil play Italy in the World Cup?

Italy v Brazil (1982 FIFA World Cup) Italy v Brazil was a football match that took place between Brazil and Italy at Estadio Sarriá, Barcelona on 5 July 1982.

Who was eliminated from the World Cup in 1986?

Italy were the defending champions, but were eliminated by France in the Round of 16. The 1986 World Cup saw the appearance of an audience phenomenon dubbed the Mexican wave, which was popularised worldwide after featuring during the tournament.