There is so much to look forward to about this summer’s World Cup, and here at The Equalizer, we will be covering that in depth. Equally, though, there are so many players to honor from tournaments past. In this series, we attempt to do just that.
We’ve hit the books, analyzed the games and dug out the memorabilia. The end result is a series that we hope will offer a unique insight into World Cup history and the players who shaped it.
This is World Cup Legends, Part 4, featuring the players ranked Nos. 20-11. You can find the entire series here.
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