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Football’s Greatest Stage

Celebrating the World Cup’s greatest teams, players and stories.

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Football's Greatest Stage Episode 004

West Germany's Gerd Müller was a footballer for the people. Marcello Lippi - tasked with lifting Italy’s fortunes, delivered the Azzurri a famous victory in 2006. German keeper Oliver Kahn played hero and villain in 2002, but we have to return to 1966 to witness true heroics on Football’s Greatest Stage.

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Football's Greatest Stage Episode 003

The story of England’s Bobby Moore is one to behold, as is that of Italy’s famed yet controversial back-to-back World Cup triumphs of 1934 and 1938. And then there were the three World Cup-winning Brazilian captains of ‘58, ‘62 and ‘70. And in more modern times, the revered Italian stopper Gianluigi Buffon.

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Football's Greatest Stage Episode 002

Argentina's Diego Maradona is one of the game's all-time greats. Flawed, yet adored across the globe. His footprint on football is unparalleled. The World Cup of 1974 - where Beckenbauer and Cruyff stole the show in West Germany. The heroics of Spain’s Iker Casillas, to the horror of Luis Suarez’s bite.

Watch Football’s Greatest Stage Episode 001 now

Football's Greatest Stage Episode 001

When Brazil's Ronaldo weaved his magic, no one could get near him. Hungary's Ferenc Puskas was controversially injured in 1954. Russia's Lev Yashin - the only goalkeeper to win the Ballon d'Or. And Paolo Rossi'e heroics to lead Italy to World Cup glory in 1982.

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