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Just four players have scored in two FIFA World Cup™ Finals, and only one has managed it in successive editions. That man was Vava, and in the process of helping Brazil to glory in 1958 and 1962, he proved to be the ultimate big-game player.

Of his 15 goals for A Seleção , spread over nine years, nine came at the World Cup. Of those, seven were scored in the Final (3), semi-final (3) or quarter-final (1). The other two saved his team from an unthinkable group-stage exit in 1958. Put simply: the more significant the occasion, the more likely it was that Vava would find the net.

The goal he is pictured celebrating in this image was the last of his nine World Cup strikes, and it was well worth savouring. Vava’s close-range effort, the striker having pounced on a goalkeeping error, confirmed that Brazil would retain their crown. It also completed a fine comeback after the holders had fallen a goal down to Czechoslovakia.

Shorn of Pele, who had been injured during the group phase, and with Garrincha ill and off form in the Final, Brazil had needed the team’s less-heralded heroes to step forward. Men such as Vava, Mario Zagallo and Zito all responded to secure a memorable 3-1 win. “It was such a mature and experienced side that not even the absence of Pele could upset us,” said Zagallo. “There was no way we were going to lose that title.”

As for Vava, a player whose immense physical strength earned him the nickname ‘Peito de Aço’ (Steel Chest), he left Chile as the tournament’s joint-top scorer. He also departed having etched his name into World Cup folklore – and the tournament’s record books.

Did you know?
The FIFA World Football Museum in Zurich features an exhibition on the 1962 FIFA World Cup, and among the items of interest are original matchboxes from Brazil with player portraits – including Vava’s.

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Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup finals LIVE on FIFA.com – FIFA on GBP Sports

Teams from all over the globe have been competing for the 80th edition of the Blue Stars / FIFA Youth Cup. Ten men’s sides and eight women’s outfits have faced off in respective competitions to reach today’s final.

Who will succeed Olympique Lyonnais as winners of the men’s edition: Young Boys Bern or Dinamo Zagreb? And who will be victorious in the inaugural women’s final: YB Bern or Valencia?

Even if you cannot attend the Buchler Sports Complex in person, you can still experience the two finals – women’s and men’s – LIVE on FIFA.com from 15:20 CET!

After the men’s final has taken place, a whole host of FIFA legends including Zvonimir Boban, Marco van Basten, Hakan Yakin and Christian Jimenez will be showcasing their skills in an exhibition match. Plenty of other big footballing names will also be taking part, including Nuno Gomes, Hugo Viana, Ivan Ramiro Cordoba and Pascal Zuberbuhler.

Follow the Blue Stars / FIFA Youth Cup 2018 finals as well as the Legends game LIVE on FIFA.com. On Thursday (10 May) from 15:20 CET (women’s final) and 16:40 CET (men’s final) you can watch the matches on their respective live streams. The FIFA Legends game will begin after the second final has concluded.

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Legends match to mark Blue Stars finale – FIFA on GBP Sports

The anniversary edition of the Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup has a special treat in store for the fans. After the final on 10 May, a whole host of FIFA legends including Zvonimir Boban, Marco van Basten, Hakan Yakin and Christian Jimenez will be showcasing their skills in an exhibition match. 

Plenty of other big footballing names will also be taking part, including Nuno Gomes, Hugo Viana, Ivan Ramiro Cordoba and Pascal Zuberbuhler.

“I personally never played in this tournament but I’m delighted that at last I can be a part of this great story,” said former Swiss goalkeeper Zuberbuhler, who will feature in one of the legends teams along with international team-mates from back in the day Alex Frei and Matias Delgado.

You can watch the match live via streaming on FIFA.com or on our YouTube channel. Click here for the full list of players taking part.

The Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup is being held on 9/10 May at the Buchlern sports complex. Entry is free.

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Red Devils return to the ranking’s upper reaches  – FIFA on GBP Sports

Belgium fans do not need to look at the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking to know they are witnessing potentially their greatest ever era – their team sheet screams it.

However, while names like Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne, Thibaut Courtois and Jan Vertonghen spell out the quality they possess, the Red Devils’ return to the ranking podium, for the first time in almost two years shows why they remain one of the outside favourites to clinch the FIFA World Cup™ crown.

They will arrive in impressive shape, too, having not tasted defeat since shaking their UEFA EURO 2016 hangover, where a quarter-final exit to Wales preceded a 2-0 loss at the hands of Spain – head coach Roberto Martinez’s first game in charge.

But now they are 16 games unbeaten, a run which has seen them climb back into the top three after dipping to as low as tenth ten months ago – featuring eight wins in their last nine games.

Goal rush
The addition of assistant coach Thierry Henry also seems to be working wonders, as the goals have been pouring out of the Belgians since he joined the team alongside Martinez. They’ve notched up 57 in that time, scoring at least three in no fewer than ten of those unbeaten games, though 23 were racked up across three matches with Gibraltar and Estonia.

Foremost in the goalscoring stakes has been Manchester United No9 Romelu Lukaku. In his last 11 starts he has clocked up a superb 16 in a 3-4-3 system which he says has “freed me from prison”. Having sparkled at Brazil 2014 – scoring the goal that sent them into the quarter-finals — Lukaku looks set to shine on the global stage once again.

“Rom is someone who has taken that maturity over the last few months to a different level,” Martinez explained following their latest victory – a 4-0 defeat of fellow Russia-bound side Saudi Arabia. “His understanding of the game is evolving all the time. His back-to-goal play has been very good. His focus and trying to be very unselfish in the box is something he is developing really well.”

A central cog
Equally impressive is the array of scorers – 14 in all – as Belgium became the first European side to join Russia on the list of qualified nations. However, what seems like almost an anomaly is that only one of them has been netted by Kevin De Bruyne.

Having hit four and five respectively in sending the Red Devils to Brazil and EURO 2016, De Bruyne has been redeployed by Martinez at the heart of everything Belgium do, giving the likes of Hazard freedom and license to bear down on goal. Seven assists in 11 starts, compared to eight in his last 20 under Marc Wilmots, presents a clear change in focus.

“I don’t think you’ll find another midfielder in European football with the impact he has had on a team,” Martinez said of his No7’s influence in guiding Manchester City to the English Premier League title.

Steely test awaits
Ahead of the final two pre-World Cup ranking updates (on 17 May and 7 June), Group G stands as the only section to have three of its teams inside the top 15: Belgium (3), England (13), Tunisia (14). With Panama making up the quartet, they are left with a challenging proposition in Russia.

Even so, some of the tournament favourites know they cannot be overlooked. “I think Belgium has an excellent team and can be a surprise in this World Cup,” admitted Neymar. And should they find themselves turning their ranking podium spot into a place on the World Cup equivalent, they will be the best Belgian performers in history.

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EL CLASICO – Did Real Madrid Deserve to End Valverde’s Barcelona’s Unbeaten League Run? Tactics

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Dinamo, Young Boys and Internacional shine on Wednesday – FIFA on GBP Sports

  • Dinamo Zagreb won both of their matches
  • Two wins and one defeat apiece for Young Boys and Internacional
  • Hosts get off the mark with a draw

On the opening day of the 80th edition of the Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup in Zurich, one of the premier U-19 tournaments in the world, the headlines went to the youngsters from Dinamo Zagreb, BSC Young Boys and SC Internacional, who each recorded two wins in their group matches.

In the past, players such as Gerard Pique, Kaka and David Beckham have cut their teeth at this international event, and who knows, perhaps some of the talent on show this year will go on to showcase their skills in some of the biggest stadiums in the world.



One of those players could very well be Dinamo Zagreb’s Roko Baturian, who bagged a brace in his side’s 3-0 win over a strong West Ham United side. Team-mate Antonio Marin was on the scoresheet twice himself in an entertaining 3-2 win over SC Braga. West Ham’s Alfie Lewis also nabbed a pair in the Londoners’ 3-0 win over FC Blue Stars, but the host club managed a goalless draw against FC Zurich – a fine result against a team, who finished third in last year’s tournament.



Results
Group A
Espanyol 0-2 BSC Young Boys
FC Cologne 2-1 SC Internacional
BSC Young Boys 3-1 Grasshopper Club
Espanyol 3-1 FC Cologne
SC Internacional 2-0 BSC Young Boys

Group B
SC Braga 0-0 FC Zurich
West Ham United 3-0 FC Blue Stars
Dinamo Zagreb 3-2 SC Braga
FC Blue Stars 0-0 FC Zurich
West Ham United 0-3 Dinamo Zagreb
SC Braga 2-1 FC Blue Stars



Group B sees Dinamo Zagreb top of the table and the only team in the competition yet to concede a point, followed by Braga, who have four points from three games. West Ham (three points) and FC Zurich (two points), meanwhile, have a game in hand on the top two. Zurich have played out two goalless draws thus far, while hosts Blue Stars are fifth with a point from three matches.

Things are more difficult to predict in Group A. Young Boys, whose first team were recently crowned as Swiss champions, got off to a flyer with victories over Espanyol (2-0) and Grasshoppers (3-1), before coming unstuck against Brazilian outfit Internacional in the last match on Wednesday, as they fell to a 2-0 defeat. The team from Porto Alegre had previously beaten Grasshoppers 2-0 before falling 2-1 to FC Cologne.

What that all means is that Internacional and Young Boys have six points from three matches played in Group A, while Espanyol and Cologne, who have three points each, have a game in hand and are poised to strike. Pointless Grasshoppers, meanwhile, will be hoping to open their account on Thursday.



OVERVIEW
The fixture list for the remaining group games and matches for fifth, seventh and ninth place can be found on the official tournament website, which also features the group standings.

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You can watch the women’s and men’s finals, as well as the Legends’ match, via live streaming on FIFA.com or on our YouTube channel, where you will also find the highlights of matches from the tournament.

The Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup is being held on 9 and 10 May at the Buchlern Sports Complex in Zurich, Switzerland. Entry is free.

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First-ever women’s tournament off to a good start – FIFA on GBP Sports

One of the main highlights of the 80th Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup is the inaugural hosting of a women’s tournament. Valencia, Inter Milan, FC Zurich, Grasshoppers, Young Boys and Blue Stars are the six U-19 teams from Switzerland and abroad, who are battling it out to be the maiden winners of the tournament, and who provided fans with plenty of exciting football on the opening day.

Group A saw FC Zurich on top form on Wednesday, starting the tournament with an easy victory. In recent years, Zurich have been the leading lights of women’s football in Switzerland. The main women’s team achieved four doubles between 2012 and 2016, while the club’s U-21 side are near the top of National League B (the second tier of Swiss women’s football). Their main competition for a final spot are Spanish representatives Valencia, who also won their opening game. The last match of the group stage saw the two teams battle it out, with Zurich edging a 2-1 victory to finish top of the table.

Things were a lot closer in Group B. The opening match saw Inter Milan and BSC Young Boys finish goalless, and the same result was what the fans got in the second game between Young Boys and Grasshoppers. The semi-final spots and a chance to keep their hopes of silverware alive came down to the third match at the end of the day, with Grasshoppers defeating Inter Milan 1-0, courtesy of a Claudia Budimir strike. Four points gave the Hoppers top spot, ahead of Young Boys and Inter Milan.

Results
Group A
Valencia CF 2-0 FC Blue Stars
FC Blue Stars 0-7 FC Zurich
FC Zurich 2-1 Valencia CF

Group B
Inter Milan 0-0 BSC Young Boys
BSC Young Boys 0-0 Grasshopper Club
Grasshopper Club 1-0 Inter Milan

Finals day – 10 May 2018
Semi-final 1, 12:30pm (local time)
FC Zurich – BSC Young Boys

Semi-final 2, 12:50 pm (local time)
Grasshopper Club – Valencia CF

5th place match, 12:50 pm (local time)
FC Blue Stars – Inter Milan

3rd place match, 3:20 pm (local time)
Loser SF1 – Loser SF2

Final, 3:20 pm (local time)
Winner SF1 – Winner SF2

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You can watch the women’s and men’s finals and the Legends’ match live via streaming on FIFA.com or on our YouTube channel.

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