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      The final

      Statistical Kit

      Status after the 2010 FIFA World Cup™




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      Final matches since 1930

     Match date        Host / City                      Match                                              Venue                  Att.

      13.07.2014       Brazil

      11.07.2010       South Africa / Johannesburg      Netherlands – Spain 0-1 AET                        Soccer City            84,490

      09.07.2006       Germany / Berlin                 Italy – France 1-1 AET 5-3 PSO                     Olympiastadion         69,000

      30.06.2002       Korea/Japan - Yokohama           Germany – Brazil 0-2                               Intl. Stadium          69,029

      12.07.1998       France / Saint-Denis             Brazil – France 0-3                                Stade de France        80,000

      17.07.1994       USA / Los Angeles                Brazil – Italy 0-0 AET 3-2 PSO                     Rose Bowl              94,194

      08.07.1990       Italy / Rome                     Germany FR – Argentina 1-0                         Olimpico               73,603

      29.06.1986       Mexico / Mexico City             Argentina – Germany FR 3-2                         Azteca                 114,600

      11.07.1982       Spain / Madrid                   Italy – Germany FR 3-1                             Santiago Bernabeu      90,000

      25.06.1978       Argentina / Buenos Aires         Argentina – Netherlands 3-1 AET                    Monumental             71,483

      07.07.1974       Germany / Munich                 Netherlands – Germany FR 1-2                       Olympiastadion         78,200

      21.06.1970       Mexico / Mexico City             Brazil – Italy 4-1                                 Azteca                 107,412

      30.07.1966       England / London                 England – Germany FR 4-2 AET                       Wembley                96,924

      17.06.1962       Chile / Santiago de Chile        Brazil – Czechoslovakia 3-1                        Nacional               68,679

      29.06.1958       Sweden / Solna                   Brazil – Sweden 5-2                                Rasunda                49,737

      04.07.1954       Switzerland / Berne              Germany FR – Hungary 3-2                           Wankdorf               62,500

      16.07.1950       Brazil / Rio de Janeiro          Uruguay – Brazil 2-1 *                             Maracanã               173,850

      19.06.1938       France / Paris-Colombes          Italy – Hungary 4-2                                Olympique              45,000

      10.06.1934       Italy / Rome                     Italy – Czechoslovakia 2-1 AET                     Nazionale del PNF      55,000

      30.07.1930       Uruguay / Montevideo             Uruguay – Argentina 4-2                            Centenario             68,346

      * decisive match of Final Round


      Final Match Synopsis                                                            Attendance Summary
      Final matches played                         19                                 Total (all Finals)              1,552,047
      Matches decided in regular time              13                                 Average                         81,687
      Matches decided after extra-time             4 (1934, 1966, 1978, 2010)         Highest                         173,850 - 1950
      Matches decided by penalty-shootout          2 (1994, 2006)                     Lowest                          45,000 - 1938


     Disciplinary
     Number of yellow cards                          54
     Number of red cards                             5 (1990: Monzon, Dezotti; 1998: Desailly; 2006: Zidane; 2010: Heitinga)
     Players with two yellow cards in two Finals     1 (1986/1990: Maradona)


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      FIFA World Cup Finals facts and figures

      Four World Cup Finals have gone to extra time: Italy’s 2-1 defeat of Czechoslovakia in 1934 after a 1-1 draw in
      regular time; England’s 4-2 victory over Germany FR in 1966 when England scored twice in the added half hour
      to win the match, Argentina’s 3-1 defeat of the Netherlands in 1978 when the hosts ended the 1-1 stalemate in
      extra time thanks to two goals and finally Spain’s 1-0 victory over the Netherlands in 2010 when Spain ended
      the goalless draw of regular time with a goal at the 116th minute.
      Two Finals have been settled by penalty shoot outs and both involving Italy. In 1994 Brazil beat them to win the
      match after 120 minutes without goals. Italy were again faced with penalties after equalising 1-1 with France
      but this time the Azzurri secured match victory.
      Germany FR-Argentina in 1990 was the only Final decided by a single penalty.
      The World Cup goal average is 3.7. Only one match, Brazil-Italy in 1994 was a scoreless draw. The Final with the
      most goals was Brazil-Sweden 5-2 in 1958.
      On eight occasions a team that scored first in the Final did not continue its lead to win the title including
      Czechoslovakia who did so twice in 1934 v Italy and again in 1962 v Brazil and Hungary who were leading by a
      margin of two goals before being defeated 3-2 by Germany FR in 1954.
      Uruguay are the only team to win a title even though their opponent was leading at half time. In 1930 they
      were down 1-2 after 45 minutes against Argentina before coming back in the second half to win the match 4-2.



      FIFA World Cup Champions: 1930 - 2010


                                                               Champions
                                                                                                             8
                                                               Finals
                 7                         7

                              6

             5

                          4                            4

                                       3

                                                   2          2 2                     2

                                                                         1 1      1           1 1

                                                                                                         0

             BRA           ITA         GER         ARG        URU        ENG      FRA         ESP       other*
            other: HUN 2 / TCH 2 / NED 3 / SWE 1



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        FIFA World Cup Finals: 1930 - 2010


          Europe 10           South America 9
         URU




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                                                                                             ARG
                                                          ENG
                                            BRA


                                                   BRA




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                                     FRG




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                                                                                                                  FRA




                                                                                                                                          ESP
                ITA


                       ITA




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  1st

  2nd

 Year    1930   1934   1938   1950   1954   1958   1962   1966   1970   1974   1978   1982   1986   1990   1994   1998   2002   2006      2010




           •    Europe is in a 10-9 lead in the neck-and-neck-race with South America - the first time since 1954.
           •    The trophy remains on the same continent for the first time since 1962.
           •    Including 2010, there have been 10 continental team clashes in the Final of the FIFA World Cup: eight
                European and two South American clashes. The first intercontinental encounter was in 1958 (Brazil-
                Sweden).
           •    Europe’s representation in all of the Final’s to date is 25 teams as opposed to 13 from South America.
           •    Europe has always been present in the Final since 1954.
           •    Excluding Brazil no South American team has qualified for the Final since 1990 (Argentina).
           •    Netherlands-Spain was the second consecutive all-European Final, the first time since 1934/38.
           •    Spain are the twelfth finalist and the ninth from Europe. The last newcomer to a Final was France in
                1998.
           •    No European team was in the Final in 1930 and 1950
           •    No South American team was in the Final in 1934, 1938, 1954, 1966, 1974, 1982, 2006 and 2010.




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      Matches for third place throughout the years
       Date                      City (Country)            Team A           Team B                         Result
                                 NELSON MANDELA BAY/PORT
       10.07.2010                                          Uruguay          Germany                          2:3
                                 ELIZABETH (RSA)
       08.07.2006                STUTTGART (GER)           Germany          Portugal                         3:1
       29.06.2002                DAEGU (KOR)               Korea Republic   Turkey                           2:3
       11.07.1998                PARIS (FRA)               Netherlands      Croatia                          1:2
       16.07.1994                LOS ANGELES (USA)         Sweden           Bulgaria                         4:0
       07.07.1990                BARI (ITA)                Italy            England                          2:1
       28.06.1986                PUEBLA (MEX)              France           Belgium                        4:2 AET
       10.07.1982                ALICANTE (ESP)            Poland           France                           3:2
       24.06.1978                BUENOS AIRES (ARG)        Brazil           Italy                            2:1
       06.07.1974                MUNICH (FRG)              Brazil           Poland                           0:1
       20.06.1970                MEXICO CITY (MEX)         Germany FR       Uruguay                          1:0
       28.07.1966                LONDON (ENG)              Portugal         Soviet Union                     2:1
       16.06.1962                SANTIAGO DE CHILE (CHI)   Chile            Yugoslavia                       1:0
       28.06.1958                GOTHENBURG (SWE)          France           Germany FR                       6:3
       03.07.1954                ZURICH (SUI)              Austria          Uruguay                          3:1
       1950 - No match for third place in calendar
       19.06.1938                BORDEAUX (FRA)            Brazil           Sweden                           4:2
       07.06.1934                NAPLES (ITA)              Germany          Austria                          3:2
       1930 - No match for third place played




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      Players in World Cup Finals
      Players to have appeared in finals              411
      Players in two FIFA World Cup finals            50
      Players in three FIFA World Cup finals          1 (Cafu)
      Most minutes played                             279’ (Cafu)
                                                      210’ (Beckenbauer, Ferrari, Haan, Jongbloed, Krol, Meazza, Monti,
                                                      Neeskens, Overath, Aldair, Bebeto, Dunga, Taffarel, Barthez,
                                                      Thuram)
      Least minutes played                            1’ (Causio, Trobbiani)
      Number of goalscorers                           56
      Players who have scored two goals               6 (Rahn, Breitner, Piola, Colaussi, Kempes, Ronaldo)
      Players who have scored three goals             4 (Hurst, Pelé, Vava, Zidane)
      Players who scored twice in same final          8 (Rahn, Piola, Colaussi, Kempes, Vava, Pelé, Zidane, Ronaldo)
      Players who scored a hat-trick                  1 (Hurst)
      Players who have scored in two finals           4 (Pelé, Vava, Breitner, Zidane )
      Multiple World Champions                        3 (Pelé)
                                                      2 (Castilho, Bellini, Gilmar, Didi, Zagallo, Djalma Santos, Zozimo,
                                                      Garrincha, Nilton Santos, Mauro, Zito, Vava, Pepe, Ferrari, Meazza,
                                                      Monzeglio, Masetti, Passarella, Cafu, Ronaldo)
      Players who appeared in three successive        Cafu (1994-2002)
      finals
                                                      Matthäus (player 1986-1990, substitute 1982)
                                                      Ronaldo (player 1998-2002, substitute 1994)
      World Champion as player and as coach           Zagallo (BRA), 1958, 1962 & 1970
                                                      Beckenbauer (FRG), 1974 & 1990
      Oldest player in a Final (and oldest            40y 133d – Dino Zoff (ITA) in 1982 (DOB:28.02.1942)*
      champion!)
      Youngest player in a Final (and youngest        17y 249d – Pelé (BRA) in 1958 (DOB: 23.10.1940)*
      champion!)
      *Pelé and Zoff met in the 1970 World Cup final: Pelé scored Brazil´s opener, while Zoff was on the bench




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      FIFA World Cup Champion coaches
      FIFA World Cup           Winning coach                             Winning team
      South Africa 2010        Vicente DEL BOSQUE, ESP                   Spain
      Germany 2006             Marcello LIPPI, ITA                       Italy
      Korea/Japan 2002         Luiz Felipe SCOLARI, BRA                  Brazil
      France 1998              Aimé JACQUET, FRA                         France
      USA 1994                 Carlos Alberto PARREIRA, BRA              Brazil
      Italy 1990               Franz BECKENBAUER, GER                    Germany
      Mexico 1986              Carlos BILARDO, ARG                       Argentina
      Spain 1982               Enzo BEARZOT, ITA                         Italy
      Argentina 1978           Cesar Luis MENOTTI, ARG                   Argentina
      Germany FR 1974          Helmut SCHOEN, FRG                        Germany FR
      Mexico 1970              Mario ZAGALLO, BRA                        Brazil
      England 1966             Alfred RAMSEY, ENG                        England
      Chile 1962               Aymore MOREIRA, BRA                       Brazil
      Sweden 1958              Vincente FEOLA, BRA                       Brazil
      Switzerland 1954         Sepp HERBERGER, FRG                       Germany FR
      Brazil 1950              Juan LOPEZ, URU                           Uruguay
      France 1938              Vittorio POZZO, ITA                       Italy
      Italy 1934               Vittorio POZZO, ITA                       Italy
      Uruguay 1930             Alberto SUPPICI, URU                      Uruguay


      Winning captains
      FIFA World Cup           Winning captain                           Winning team
      South Africa 2010        Iker CASILLAS                             Spain
      Germany 2006             Fabio CANNAVARO                           Italy
      Korea/Japan 2002         CAFU                                      Brazil
      France 1998              Didier DESCHAMPS                          France
      USA 1994                 DUNGA                                     Brazil
      Italy 1990               Lothar MATTHAEUS                          Germany
      Mexico 1986              Diego MARADONA                            Argentina
      Spain 1982               Dino ZOFF                                 Italy
      Argentina 1978           Daniel PASSARELLA                         Argentina
      Germany FR 1974          Franz BECKENBAUER                         Germany FR
      Mexico 1970              CARLOS ALBERTO                            Brazil
      England 1966             Bobby MOORE                               England
      Chile 1962               MAURO                                     Brazil
      Sweden 1958              BELLINI                                   Brazil
      Switzerland 1954         Fritz WALTER                              Germany FR
      Brazil 1950              Obdulio VARELA                            Uruguay
      France 1938              Giuseppe MEAZZA                           Italy
      Italy 1934               Giampiero COMBI                           Italy
      Uruguay 1930             Jose NASAZZI                              Uruguay

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      Goals Overview
       Goals scored                        70
       1st half / 2nd half / extra-time    29 / 35 / 6
       Penalty goals                       4 (1974: 2; 1990: 1; 2006: 1)
       Average number of goals             3.68
       Highest number of goals             1958: Brazil – Sweden 5-2
       Lowest number of goals              1994: Brazil – Italy 0-0


      The 70 goals in FIFA World Cup Finals at a glance
        #    Date          City           Match          Player                  Team             Notes      Min        Period
        70   11.07.2010 Johannesburg      NED v. ESP     Andres INIESTA          Spain                       116         E2H
        69   09.07.2006 BERLIN            ITA v. FRA     Marco MATERAZZI         Italy                       19           1H
        68   09.07.2006 BERLIN            ITA v. FRA     Zinedine ZIDANE         France            Penalty    7           1H
        67   30.06.2002 YOKOHAMA          GER v. BRA     RONALDO                 Brazil                      79           2H
        66   30.06.2002 YOKOHAMA          GER v. BRA     RONALDO                 Brazil                      67           2H
        65   12.07.1998 SAINT-DENIS       BRA v. FRA     Emmanuel PETIT          France                      93          O2H
        64   12.07.1998 SAINT-DENIS       BRA v. FRA     Zinedine ZIDANE         France                      46          O1H
        63   12.07.1998 SAINT-DENIS       BRA v. FRA     Zinedine ZIDANE         France                      27           1H
        62   08.07.1990 ROME              FRG v. ARG     Andreas BREHME          Germany FR        Penalty   85           2H
        61   29.06.1986 MEXICO CITY       ARG v. FRG     Jorge BURRUCHAGA        Argentina                   84           2H
        60   29.06.1986 MEXICO CITY       ARG v. FRG     Rudi VOELLER            Germany FR         Sub      81           2H
        59   29.06.1986 MEXICO CITY       ARG v. FRG     Karl Heinz RUMMENIGGE   Germany FR                  74           2H
        58   29.06.1986 MEXICO CITY       ARG v. FRG     Jorge VALDANO           Argentina                   56           2H
        57   29.06.1986 MEXICO CITY       ARG v. FRG     Jose BROWN              Argentina                   23           1H
        56   11.07.1982 MADRID            ITA v. FRG     Paul BREITNER           Germany FR                  83           2H
        55   11.07.1982 MADRID            ITA v. FRG     Alessandro ALTOBELLI    Italy              Sub      81           2H
        54   11.07.1982 MADRID            ITA v. FRG     Marco TARDELLI          Italy                       69           2H
        53   11.07.1982 MADRID            ITA v. FRG     Paolo ROSSI             Italy                       57           2H
        52   25.06.1978 BUENOS AIRES      ARG v. NED     Daniel BERTONI          Argentina                   115         E2H
        51   25.06.1978 BUENOS AIRES      ARG v. NED     Mario KEMPES            Argentina                   105         E1H
        50   25.06.1978 BUENOS AIRES      ARG v. NED     Dick NANNINGA           Netherlands        Sub      82           2H
        49   25.06.1978 BUENOS AIRES      ARG v. NED     Mario KEMPES            Argentina                   38           1H
        48   07.07.1974 MUNICH            NED v. FRG     Gerd MUELLER            Germany FR                  43           1H
        47   07.07.1974 MUNICH            NED v. FRG     Paul BREITNER           Germany FR        Penalty   25           1H
        46   07.07.1974 MUNICH            NED v. FRG     Johan NEESKENS          Netherlands       Penalty    2           1H
        45   21.06.1970 MEXICO CITY       BRA v. ITA     CARLOS ALBERTO          Brazil                      86           2H
        44   21.06.1970 MEXICO CITY       BRA v. ITA     JAIRZINHO               Brazil                      71           2H
        43   21.06.1970 MEXICO CITY       BRA v. ITA     GERSON                  Brazil                      66           2H
        42   21.06.1970 MEXICO CITY       BRA v. ITA     Roberto BONINSEGNA      Italy                       37           1H
        41   21.06.1970 MEXICO CITY       BRA v. ITA     PELE                    Brazil                      18           1H


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        40   30.07.1966 LONDON           ENG v. FRG   Geoff HURST          England                    120          E2H
        39   30.07.1966 LONDON           ENG v. FRG   Geoff HURST          England                    101          E1H
        38   30.07.1966 LONDON           ENG v. FRG   Wolfgang WEBER       Germany FR                  89           2H
        37   30.07.1966 LONDON           ENG v. FRG   Martin PETERS        England                     78           2H
        36   30.07.1966 LONDON           ENG v. FRG   Geoff HURST          England                     18           1H
        35   30.07.1966 LONDON           ENG v. FRG   Helmut HALLER        Germany FR                  12           1H
        34   17.06.1962 SANTIAGO         BRA v. TCH   VAVA                 Brazil                      78           2H
        33   17.06.1962 SANTIAGO         BRA v. TCH   ZITO                 Brazil                      69           2H
        32   17.06.1962 SANTIAGO         BRA v. TCH   AMARILDO             Brazil                      17           1H
        31   17.06.1962 SANTIAGO         BRA v. TCH   Josef MASOPUST       Czechoslovakia              15           1H
        30   29.06.1958 SOLNA            BRA v. SWE   PELE                 Brazil                      90           2H
        29   29.06.1958 SOLNA            BRA v. SWE   Agne SIMONSSON       Sweden                      80           2H
        28   29.06.1958 SOLNA            BRA v. SWE   ZAGALLO              Brazil                      68           2H
        27   29.06.1958 SOLNA            BRA v. SWE   PELE                 Brazil                      55           2H
        26   29.06.1958 SOLNA            BRA v. SWE   VAVA                 Brazil                      32           1H
        25   29.06.1958 SOLNA            BRA v. SWE   VAVA                 Brazil                      9            1H
        24   29.06.1958 SOLNA            BRA v. SWE   Nils LIEDHOLM        Sweden                      4            1H
        23   04.07.1954 BERNE            FRG v. HUN   Helmut RAHN          Germany FR                  84           2H
        22   04.07.1954 BERNE            FRG v. HUN   Helmut RAHN          Germany FR                  18           1H
        21   04.07.1954 BERNE            FRG v. HUN   Max MORLOCK          Germany FR                  10           1H
        20   04.07.1954 BERNE            FRG v. HUN   Zoltan CZIBOR        Hungary                     8            1H
        19   04.07.1954 BERNE            FRG v. HUN   Ferenc PUSKAS        Hungary                     6            1H
        18   16.07.1950 RIO DE JANEIRO   URU v. BRA   Alcides GHIGGIA      Uruguay                     79           2H
        17   16.07.1950 RIO DE JANEIRO   URU v. BRA   Juan SCHIAFFINO      Uruguay                     66           2H
        16   16.07.1950 RIO DE JANEIRO   URU v. BRA   FRIACA               Brazil                      47           2H
        15   19.06.1938 COLOMBES         ITA v. HUN   Silvio PIOLA         Italy                       82           2H
        14   19.06.1938 COLOMBES         ITA v. HUN   Gyorgy SAROSI        Hungary                     70           2H
        13   19.06.1938 COLOMBES         ITA v. HUN   Gino COLAUSSI        Italy                       35           1H
        12   19.06.1938 COLOMBES         ITA v. HUN   Silvio PIOLA         Italy                       16           1H
        11   19.06.1938 COLOMBES         ITA v. HUN   Pal TITKOS           Hungary                     8            1H
        10   19.06.1938 COLOMBES         ITA v. HUN   Gino COLAUSSI        Italy                       6            1H
         9   10.06.1934 ROME             ITA v. TCH   Angelo SCHIAVIO      Italy                       95          E1H
         8   10.06.1934 ROME             ITA v. TCH   Raimundo ORSI        Italy                       81           2H
         7   10.06.1934 ROME             ITA v. TCH   Antonin PUC          Czechoslovakia              71           2H
         6   30.07.1930 MONTEVIDEO       URU v. ARG   Hector CASTRO        Uruguay                     89           2H
         5   30.07.1930 MONTEVIDEO       URU v. ARG   Victoriano IRIARTE   Uruguay                     68           2H
         4   30.07.1930 MONTEVIDEO       URU v. ARG   Pedro CEA            Uruguay                     57           2H
         3   30.07.1930 MONTEVIDEO       URU v. ARG   Guillermo STABILE    Argentina                   37           1H
         2   30.07.1930 MONTEVIDEO       URU v. ARG   Carlos PEUCELLE      Argentina                   20           1H
         1   30.07.1930 MONTEVIDEO       URU v. ARG   Pablo DORADO         Uruguay                     12           1H




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      Goals by headers
      Year     Match                                           Name                     Team         Scoreline      Minute
      2006     Italy – France (1-1 AET, 5-3 PSO)               Marco MATERAZZI           ITA               1-1        19
      1998     Brazil – France (0-3)                           Zinedine ZIDANE           FRA               0-2        45
      1998     Brazil – France (0-3)                           Zinedine ZIDANE           FRA               0-1        27
      1986     Argentina – Germany FR (3-2)                    Rudi VOELLER              FRG               2-2        82
      1986     Argentina – Germany FR (3-2)                    José Luis BROWN          ARG                1-0        23
      1982     Italy – Germany FR (3-1)                        Paolo ROSSI               ITA               1-0        57
      1978     Argentina – Netherlands (3-1 AET)               Dick NANNINGA             NED               1-1        82
      1970     Brazil – Italy (4-1)                            PELE                      BRA               1-0        18
      1966     England – Germany FR (4-2 AET)                  Geoff HURST               ENG               1-1        18
      1962     Brazil – Czechoslovakia (3-1)                   ZITO                      BRA               2-1        69
      1958     Sweden – Brazil (2-5)                           PELE                      BRA               2-5        90


      Goals by penalties
      Year     Match                                           Name                     Team         Scoreline      Minute
      2006     Italy – France (1-1 AET, 5-3 PSO)               Zinedine ZIDANE           FRA            0-1           7
      1990     Germany FR – Argentina (1-0)                    Andreas BREHME            FRG               1-0        85
      1974     Netherlands – Germany FR (1-2)                  Paul BREITNER             FRG               1-1        25
      1974     Netherlands – Germany FR (1-2)                  Johan NEESKENS            NED               1-0        2


      Referees
      Year      Referee                            Country            DOB        Age     Final
      2010      Howard WEBB                          ENG          14.07.1971      39     Netherlands - Spain
      2006      Horacio ELIZONDO                     ARG          04.11.1963      42     Italy – France
      2002      Pierluigi COLLINA                     ITA         13.02.1960      42     Germany – Brazil
      1998      Said BELGOLA                         MAR          30.08.1956      42     Brazil – France
      1994      Sandor PUHL                          HUN          14.07.1955      39     Brazil – Italy
      1990      Edgardo Codesal MENDEZ               MEX          06.02.1951      39     Germany FR – Argentina
      1986      Romualdo Arppi FILHO                 BRA          01.07.1939      47     Argentina – Germany FR
      1982      Arnaldo COELHO                       BRA          15.01.1943      39     Italy – Germany FR
      1978      Sergio GONELLA                        ITA         23.05.1933      45     Argentina – Netherland s
      1974      John TAYLOR                          ENG          21.04.1930      44     Netherlands – Germany FR
      1970      Rudolf GLOECKNER                     GDR          20.03.1929      51     Brazil – Italy
      1966      Gottfried DIENST                      SUI         09.09.1919      47     England - Germany FR
      1962      Nickolaj LATYCHEV                    URS          21.11.1913      49     Brazil – Czechoslovakia
      1958      Maurice GUIGUE                       FRA          04.08.1912      46     Brazil – Sweden
      1954      William LING                         ENG          01.08.1908      46     Germany FR – Hungary
      1950      George READER                        ENG          22.11.1896      54     Uruguay – Brazil
      1938      George CAPDEVILLE                    FRA          30.10.1899      39     Italy – Hungary
      1934      Ivan EKLIND                          SWE          15.10.1905      29     Italy – Czechoslovakia
      1930      Jan LANGENUS                         BEL          08.12.1891      39     Uruguay – Argentina



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      World Cup Final match round-ups
      2010 – South Africa Netherlands v. Spain 0:1 AET
      Johannesburg / Soccer City - 11.07.2010 Kick-off time: 20:30, Attendance: 84,490, Referee: Howard WEBB (ENG)
      Netherlands: 1 Maarten STEKELENBURG 2 Gregory VAN DER WIEL 3 John HEITINGA 4 Joris MATHIJSEN 5 Giovanni VAN
      BRONCKHORST 6 Mark VAN BOMMEL 7 Dirk KUYT 8 Nigel DE JONG 9 Robin VAN PERSIE 10 Wesley SNEIJDER 11 Arjen
      ROBBEN
      Spain: 1 Iker CASILLAS 3 Gerard PIQUE 5 Carles PUYOL 6 Andres INIESTA 7 David VILLA 8 XAVI 11 Joan CAPDEVILA 14 XABI
      ALONSO 15 SERGIO RAMOS 16 Sergio BUSQUETS 18 PEDRO
      Scorer 0-1 116' Andres INIESTA (6)


      2006 – Germany Italy – France 1-1 AET (1-1, 1-1) 5-3 PSO
      Berlin / Olympiastadion – 09.07.2006, Kick-off time: 20:00, Attendance: 69,000, Referee: Horacio ELIZONDO (ARG)
      Italy: 1 Gianluigi BUFFON, 3 Fabio GROSSO, 5 Fabio CANNAVARO, 8 Gennaro GATTUSO, 9 Luca TONI, 10 Francesco TOTTI, 16 Mauro
      CAMORANESI, 19 Gianluca ZAMBROTTA, 20 Simone PERROTTA, 21 Andrea PIRLO, 23 Marco MATERAZZI, Coach: Marcello LIPPI
      France: 16 Fabien BARTHEZ, 3 Eric ABIDAL, 4 Patrick VIEIRA, 5 William GALLAS, 6 Claude MAKELELE, 7 Florent MALOUDA, 10 Zinedine
      ZIDANE, 12 Thierry HENRY, 15 Lilian THURAM, 19 Willy SAGNOL, 22 Franck RIBERY, Coach: Raymond DOMENECH
      Scorers: Zinedine ZIDANE (FRA) 7' Pen., Marco MATERAZZI (ITA) 19'
      PSO: ITA 5: Andrea PIRLO (goal), Marco MATERAZZI (goal), Daniele DE ROSSI (goal), Alessandro DEL PIERO (goal),
      Fabio GROSSO (goal), FRA 3: Sylvain WILTORD (goal), David TREZEGUET (crossbar), Eric ABIDAL (goal), Willy SAGNOL (goal)


      2002 - Korea/Japan: Germany – Brazil 0-2 (0-0)
      Yokohama / International Stadium Yokohama – 30.06.2002, Kick-off time: 20:00, Attendance: 69,029, Referee:Pierluigi
      COLLINA (ITA)
      Germany: 1 Oliver KAHN, 2 Thomas LINKE, 5 Carsten RAMELOW, 7 Oliver NEUVILLE, 8 Didi HAMANN, 11 Miroslav KLOSE, 16 Jens
      JEREMIES, 17 Marco BODE, 19 Bernd SCHNEIDER, 21 Christoph METZELDER, 22 Torsten FRINGS, Coach: Rudi VOELLER
      Brazil: 1 MARCOS, 2 CAFU, 3 LUCIO, 4 ROQUE JUNIOR, 5 EDMILSON, 6 ROBERTO CARLOS, 8 GILBERTO SILVA, 9 RONALDO, 10 RIVALDO,
      11 RONALDINHO, 15 KLEBERSON, Coach: Luiz Felipe SCOLARI
      Scorers: RONALDO (BRA) 67, RONALDO (BRA) 79


      1998 – France: Brazil – France 0-3 (0-2)
      Saint-Denis / Stade de France – 12.07.1998, Kick-off time: 21:00, Attendance: 80,000, Referee: Said BELQOLA (MAR)
      Brazil: 1 TAFFAREL, 2 CAFU, 3 ALDAIR, 4 JUNIOR BAIANO, 5 CESAR SAMPAIO, 6 ROBERTO CARLOS, 8 DUNGA, 9 RONALDO, 10 RIVALDO,
      18 LEONARDO, 20 BEBETO, Coach: ZAGALLO
      France: 16 Fabien BARTHEZ, 3 Bixente LIZARAZU, 6 Youri DJORKAEFF, 7 Didier DESCHAMPS, 8 Marcel DESAILLY, 9 Stephane GUIVARCH,
      10 Zinedine ZIDANE, 15 Lilian THURAM, 17 Emmanuel PETIT, 18 Frank LEBOEUF, 19 Christian KAREMBEU, Coach: Aimé JACQUET
      Scorers: Zinedine ZIDANE (FRA) 27, Zinedine ZIDANE (FRA) 46+, Emmanuel PETIT (FRA) 90


      1994 – USA: Brazil – Italy 0-0 AET 3-2 PSO
      Los Angeles / Rose Bowl – 17.07.1994, Kick-off time: 12.30, Attendance: 94,194, Referee: Sandor PUHL (HUN)
      Brazil: 1 TAFFAREL, 2 JORGINHO, 5 MAURO SILVA, 6 BRANCO, 7 BEBETO, 8 DUNGA, 9 ZINHO, 11 ROMÁRIO (Romário de Souza Faria), 13
      ALDAIR, 15 MARCIO SANTOS, 17 MAZINHO, Coach: Carlos Alberto PARREIRA
      Italy: 1 Gianluca PAGLIUCA, 3 Antonio BENARRIVO, 5 Paolo MALDINI, 6 Franco BARESI, 8 Roberto MUSSI, 10 Roberto BAGGIO, 11
      Demetrio ALBERTINI, 13 Dino BAGGIO, 14 Nicola BERTI, 16 Roberto DONADONI, 19 Daniele MASSARO, Coach: Arrigo SACCHI
      PSO: BRA 3: MARCIO SANTOS (saved), DUNGA (goal), BRANCO (goal), ROMARIO (goal), ITA 2: Daniele MASSARO (saved), Roberto BAGGIO
      (missed), Demetrio ALBERTINI (goal), Alberigo EVANI, (goal), Franco BARESI (missed)




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      1990 – Italy: Germany FR – Argentina 1-0 (0-0)
      Rome / Olimpico – 08.07.1990, Kick-off time: 20:00, Attendance: 73,603, Referee: Edgardo CODESAL MENDEZ (MEX)
      Germany FR: 1 Bodo ILLGNER, 3 Andreas BREHME, 4 Juergen KOHLER, 5 Klaus AUGENTHALER, 6 Guido BUCHWALD, 7 Pierre LITTBARSKI,
      8 Thomas HAESSLER, 9 Rudi VOELLER, 10 Lothar MATTHAEUS, 14 Thomas BERTHOLD, 18 Juergen KLINSMANN, Coach: Franz
      BECKENBAUER
      Argentina: 12 Sergio GOYCOCHEA, 4 Jose BASUALDO, 7 Jorge BURRUCHAGA, 9 Gustavo DEZOTTI, 10 Diego MARADONA, 13 Nestor
      LORENZO, 17 Roberto SENSINI, 18 Jose SERRIZUELA, 19 Oscar RUGGERI, 20 Juan SIMON, 21 Pedro TROGLIO, Coach: Carlos BILARDO
      Scorers: Andreas BREHME (FRG) 85 Pen.



      1986 – Mexico: Argentina – Germany FR 3-2 (1-0)
      Mexico City / Azteca – 29.06.1986, Kick-off time: 12:00, Attendance: 114,600, Referee: Romualdo ARPPI FILHO (BRA)
      Argentina: 18 Nery PUMPIDO, 2 Sergio BATISTA, 5 Jose BROWN, 7 Jorge BURRUCHAGA, 9 Jose CUCIUFFO, 10 Diego
      MARADONA, 11 Jorge VALDANO, 12 Hector ENRIQUE, 14 Ricardo GIUSTI, 16 Julio OLARTICOECHEA, 19 Oscar RUGGERI , Coach: Carlos
      BILARDO
      Germany FR: 1 Harald SCHUMACHER, 2 Hans-Peter BRIEGEL, 3 Andreas BREHME, 4 Karl-Heinz FOERSTER, 6 Norbert EDER, 8 Lothar
      MATTHAEUS, 10 Felix MAGATH, 11 Karl Heinz RUMMENIGGE, 14 Thomas BERTHOLD, 17 Ditmar JAKOBS 19 Klaus ALLOFS, Coach: Franz
      BECKENBAUER
      Scorers: Jose BROWN (ARG) 23, Jorge VALDANO (ARG) 55, Karl-Heinz RUMMENIGGE (FRG) 74, Rudi VOELLER (FRG) 80, Jorge
      BURRUCHAGA (ARG) 83


      1982 – Spain: Italy – Germany FR 3-1 (0-0)
      Madrid / Santiago Bernabeu – 11.07.1982, Kick-off time: 20:00, Attendance: 90,000, Referee: Arnaldo COELHO (BRA)
      Italy: 1 Dino ZOFF, 3 Giuseppe BERGOMI, 4 Antonio CABRINI, 5 Fulvio COLLOVATI, 6 Claudio GENTILE, 7 Gaetano SCIREA, 13 Gabriele
      ORIALI, 14 Marco TARDELLI, 16 Bruno CONTI, 19 Francesco GRAZIANI, 20 Paolo ROSSI, Coach: Enzo BEARZOT
      Germany FR: 1 Harald SCHUMACHER, 2 Hans-Peter BRIEGEL, 3 Paul BREITNER, 4 Karl-Heinz FOERSTER, 5 Bernd FOERSTER, 6 Wolfgang
      DREMMLER, 7 Pierre LITTBARSKI, 8 Klaus FISCHER, 11 Karl Heinz RUMMENIGGE, 15 Uli STIELIKE, 20 Manfred KALTZ, Coach: Jupp DERWALL
      Scorers: Paolo ROSSI (ITA) 57, Marco TARDELLI (ITA) 69, Alessandro ALTOBELLI (ITA) 81, Paul BREITNER (FRG) 83


      1978 – Argentina: Argentina – Netherlands 3-1 AET (1-1, 1-0)
      Buenos Aires / Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti – 25.06.1978, Kick-off time: 15:00, Attendance: 71,483, Referee: Sergio
      GONELLA (ITA)
      Argentina 5 Ubaldo FILLOL, 2 Osvaldo ARDILES, 4 Daniel BERTONI, 6 Americo GALLEGO, 7 Luis GALVAN, 10 Mario KEMPES, 14 Leopoldo
      LUQUE, 15 Jorge OLGUIN, 16 Oscar ORTIZ, 19 Daniel PASSARELLA, 20 Alberto TARANTINI, Coach: Cesar Luis MENOTTI
      Netherlands 8 Jan JONGBLOED, 2 Jan POORTVLIET, 5 Ruud KROL, 6 Wim JANSEN, 9 Arie HAAN, 10 Rene VAN DE KERKHOF, 11 Willy VAN
      DE KERKHOF, 12 Rob RENSENBRINK, 13 Johan NEESKENS, 16 Johnny REP, 22 Ernie BRANDTS, Coach: Ernst HAPPEL (AUT)
      Scorers: Mario KEMPES (ARG) 38, Dick NANNINGA (NED) 82, Mario KEMPES (ARG) 105, Daniel BERTONI (ARG) 116


      1974 - Germany FR: Netherlands – Germany FR 1-2 (1-2)
      Munich / Olympiastadion – 07.07.1974, Kick-off time: 16:00, Attendance: 78,200, Referee: John TAYLOR (ENG)
      Netherlands: 8 Jan JONGBLOED, 2 Arie HAAN, 3 Wim VAN HANEGEM, 6 Wim JANSEN, 12 Ruud KROL, 13 Johan NEESKENS, 14 Hendrik
      Johannes CRUIJFF, 15 Rob RENSENBRINK, 16 Johnny REP, 17 Wim RIJSBERGEN, 20 Wim SUURBIER, Coach: Rinus MICHEL
      Germany FR: 1 Sepp MAIER, 2 Berti VOGTS, 3 Paul BREITNER, 4 Hans Georg SCHWARZENBECK, 5 Franz BECKENBAUER, 9 Juergen
      GRABOWSKI, 12 Wolfgang OVERATH, 13 Gerd MUELLER, 14 Uli HOENESS, 16 Rainer BONHOF, 17 Bernd HOELZENBEIN, Coach: Helmut
      SCHOEN
      Scorers: Johan NEESKENS (NED) 2 Pen., Paul BREITNER (FRG) 25 Pen., Gerd MUELLER (FRG) 43




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      1970 – Mexico: Brazil – Italy 4-1 (1-1)
      Mexico City / Azteca – 21.06.1970, Kick-off time: 12:00, Attendance: 107,412. Referee: Rudi GLOECKNER (GDR)
      Brazil: 1 FELIX, 2 BRITO, 3 WILSON PIAZZA, 4 CARLOS ALBERTO, 5 CLODOALDO, 7 JAIRZINHO, 8 GERSON, 9 TOSTAO, 10 PELÉ (Edson
      Arantes do Nascimento), 11 RIVELINO, 16 EVERALDO, Coach: Mario ZAGALLO
      Italy 1 Enrico ALBERTOSI, 2 Tarcisio BURGNICH, 3 Giacinto FACCHETTI, 5 Pierluigi CERA, 8 Roberto ROSATO, 10 Mario BERTINI, 11 Gigi
      RIVA, 13 Angelo DOMENGHINI, 15 Sandro MAZZOLA, 16 Giancarlo DE SISTI, 20 Roberto BONINSEGNA, Coach: Ferruccio VALCAREGGI
      Scorers: PELE (BRA) 18, Roberto BONINSEGNA (ITA) 37, GERSON (BRA) 66, JAIRZINHO (BRA) 71, CARLOS ALBERTO (BRA) 86



      1966 – England: England – Germany FR 4-2 AET (2-2, 1-1)
      London / Wembley – 30.07.1966, Kick-off time: 15:00, Attendance: 96,924, Referee: Gottfried DIENST (SUI)
      England: 1 Gordon BANKS, 2 George COHEN, 3 Ray WILSON, 4 Nobby STILES, 5 Jack CHARLTON, 6 Bobby MOORE, 7 Alan
      BALL, 9 Bobby CHARLTON, 10 Geoff HURST, 16 Martin PETERS, 21 Roger HUNT, Coach: Alfred RAMSEY
      Germany FR: 1 Hans TILKOWSKI, 2 Horst-Dieter HOETTGES, 3 Karl-Heinz SCHNELLINGER, 4 Franz BECKENBAUER, 5 Willi SCHULZ, 6
      Wolfgang WEBER, 8 Helmut HALLER, 9 Uwe SEELER, 10 Sigi HELD, 11 Lothar EMMERICH, 12 Wolfgang OVERATH, Coach: Helmut SCHOEN
      Scorers: Helmut HALLER (FRG) 12, Geoff HURST (ENG) 18, Geoff HURST (ENG) 101+, Martin PETERS (ENG) 78, Wolfgang WEBER (FRG) 89,
      Geoff HURST (ENG) 120


      1962 – Chile: Brazil – Czechoslovakia 3-1 (1-1)
      Santiago De Chile / Nacional – 17.06.1962, Kick-off time: 14:30, Attendance: 68,679, Referee: Nikolaj LATYCHEV (URS)
      Brazil: 1 GILMAR (Gilmar Dos Santos Neves), 2 DJALMA SANTOS, 3 MAURO RAMOS, 4 ZITO, 5 ZOZIMO, 6 NILTON, SANTOS, 7 GARRINCHA,
      8 DIDI, 19 VAVA, 20 AMARILDO, 21 ZAGALLO, Coach: Aymore MOREIRA
      Czechoslovakia: 1 Viliam SCHROJF, 3 Jan POPLUHAR, 4 Ladislav NOVAK, 5 Svatopluk PLUSKAL, 6 Josef MASOPUST, 8 Adolf SCHERER, 11
      Josef JELINEK, 12 Jiri TICHY, 17 Tomas POSPICHAL, 18 Josef KADRABA, 19 Andrej KVASNAK, Coach: Rudolf VYTLACIL
      Scorers: Josef MASOPUST (TCH) 15, AMARILDO (BRA) 17, ZITO (BRA) 69, VAVA (BRA) 78


      1958 – Sweden: Brazil – Sweden 5-2 (2-1)
      Solna / Rasunda – 29-06.1958, Kick-off time: 15:00, Attendance: 49,737, Referee:Maurice GUIGUE (FRA)
      Brazil: 3 GILMAR (Gilmar Dos Santos Neves), 2 BELLINI, 4 DJALMA SANTOS, 6 DIDI, 7 ZAGALLO, 10 PELÉ (Edson Arantes do Nascimento), 11
      GARRINCHA, 12 NILTON SANTOS, 15 ORLANDO, 19 ZITO 20 VAVA, Coach: Vincente FEOLA
      Sweden: 1 Kalle SVENSSON, 2 Orvar BERGMARK, 3 Sven AXBOM, 4 Nils LIEDHOLM, 6 Sigge PARLING, 7 Kurt HAMRIN, 8 Gunnar GREN, 9
      Agne SIMONSSON, 11 Lennart SKOGLUND, 14 Bengt GUSTAVSSON, 15 Reino BORJESSON, Coach: George RAYNOR (ENG)
      Scorers: Nils LIEDHOLM (SWE) 4, VAVA (BRA) 9, VAVA (BRA) 32, PELE (BRA) 55, ZAGALLO (BRA), 68, Agne SIMONSSON (SWE) 80, PELE
      (BRA) 90


      1954 – Switzerland: Germany FR – Hungary 3-2 (2-2)
      Berne / Wankdorf – 04.07.1954, Kick-off time: 17:00, Attendance: 62,500, Referee: William LING (ENG)
      Germany FR: 1 Toni TUREK, 3 Werner KOHLMEYER, 6 Horst ECKEL, 7 Jupp POSIPAL, 8 Karl MAI, 10 Werner LIEBRICH, 12 Helmut RAHN, 13
      Max MORLOCK, 15 Ottmar WALTER, 16 Fritz WALTER, 20 Hans SCHAEFER, Coach: Sepp HERBERGER
      Hungary: 1 Gyula GROSICS, 2 Jeno BUZANSZKY, 3 Gyula LORANT, 4 Mihaly LANTOS, 5 Jozsef BOZSIK, 6 Jozsef ZAKARIAS, 8 Sandor
      KOCSIS, 9 Nandor HIDEGKUTI, 10 Ferenc PUSKAS, 11 Zoltan CZIBOR, 20 Mihaly TOTH, Coach: Gusztav SEBES
      Scorers: Ferenc PUSKAS (HUN) 6, Zoltan CZIBOR (HUN) 8, Max MORLOCK (FRG) 10, Helmut RAHN (FRG) 18 & 84




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      1950 – Brazil: Brazil – Uruguay 1-2 (0-0)*
      Rio De Janeiro / Estádio do Maracanã – 16.07.1950, Kick-off time: 15:00, Attendance: 173,850, Referee: George READER
      (ENG)
      Uruguay: Roque MASPOLI, Alcides GHIGGIA, Eusebio TEJERA, Juan SCHIAFFINO, Julio PEREZ, Matias GONZALEZ, Obdulio VARELA, Oscar
      MIGUEZ, Ruben MORAN, Schubert GAMBETTA, Victor RODRIGUEZ ANDRADE, Coach: Juan LOPEZ
      Brazil: BARBOSA, ADEMIR, AUGUSTO, BAUER, BIGODE, CHICO, DANILO ALVIM, FRIACA, JAIR, JUVENAL, ZIZINHO, Coach: Flavio COSTA
      Scorers: FRIACA (BRA) 47', Juan SCHIAFFINO (URU) 66', Alcides GHIGGIA (URU) 79'


      *decisive match of Final Round


      1938 – France: Italy – Hungary 4-2 (3-1)
      Paris/Colombes / Olympique – 19.06.1938, Kick-off time: 17:00, Attendance: 45,000, Referee: George CAPDEVILLE (FRA)
      Italy: Aldo OLIVIERI, Alfredo FONI, Amedeo BIAVATI, Gino COLAUSSI, Giovanni FERRARI, Giuseppe MEAZZA, Michele ANDREOLO, Pietro
      RAVA, Pietro SERANTONI, Silvio PIOLA, Ugo LOCATELLI, Coach: Vittorio POZZO
      Hungary: Antal SZABO, Antal SZALAY, Ferenc SAS, Gyorgy SAROSI, Gyorgy SZUCS, Gyula LAZAR, Gyula POLGAR, Gyula ZSENGELLER, Jeno
      VINCZE, Pal TITKOS, Sandor BIRO, Coach: Alfred SCHAFFER-Karoly DIETZ
      Scorers: Gino COLAUSSI (ITA) 6, Pal TITKOS (HUN) 8, Silvio PIOLA (ITA) 16, Gino COLAUSSI (ITA) 35, Gyorgy SAROSI (HUN) 70, Silvio PIOLA
      (ITA) 82


      1934 – Italy: Italy – Czechoslovakia 2-1 AET (1-1, 0-0)
      Rome / Nazionale PNF – 10.06.1934, Kick-off time: 17:30, Attendance: 55,000, Referee:Ivan EKLIND (SWE)
      Italy: Giampiero COMBI, Angelo SCHIAVIO, Attilio FERRARIS, Enrique GUAITA, Eraldo MONZEGLIO, Giovanni FERRARI, Giuseppe MEAZZA,
      Luigi ALLEMANDI, Luigi BERTOLINI, Luis MONTI, Raimundo ORSI, Coach: Vittorio POZZO
      Czechoslovakia:Frantisek PLANICKA, Antonin PUC, Frantisek JUNEK, Frantisek SVOBODA, Jiri SOBOTKA, Josef CTYROKY, Josef KOSTALEK,
      Ladislav ZENISEK, Oldrich NEJEDLY, Rudolf KRCIL, Stefan CAMBAL, Coach: Karel PETRU
      Scorers: Antonin PUC (TCH) 71', Raimundo ORSI (ITA) 81', Angelo SCHIAVIO (ITA) 95'



      1930 – Uruguay: Uruguay – Argentina 4-2 (1-2)
      Montevideo / Centenario – 30.07.1930, Kick-off time:15:30, Attendance: 68,364, Referee: Jan LANGENUS (BEL)
      Uruguay: Enrique BALLESTRERO, Alvaro GESTIDO, Ernesto MASCHERONI, Hector CASTRO, Hector SCARONE, Jose ANDRADE, Jose NASAZZI,
      Lorenzo FERNANDEZ, Pablo DORADO, Pedro CEA, Victoriano IRIARTE, Coach: Alberto SUPPICI
      Argentina: Juan BOTASSO, Carlos PEUCELLE, Fernando PATERNOSTER, Francisco VARALLO, Guillermo STABILE, Jose DELLA TORRE, Juan
      EVARISTO, Luis MONTI, Manuel FERREIRA, Mario EVARISTO, Pedro SUAREZ, Coach: Juan TRAMUTOLA-Francisco OLAZAR
      Scorers:Pablo DORADO (URU) 12, Carlos PEUCELLE (ARG) 20, Guillermo STABILE (ARG) 37, Pedro CEA (URU) 57, Victoriano Santos IRIARTE
      (URU) 68, Hector CASTRO (URU) 89




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