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Youngest World Cup Winners All Stars



The selected players have won a World Cup between 17 and 23 years of age. Only those who played at least one game in their respective World Cup have been chosen. Priority has been given to those who played most matches as regular starter with an exception for the goalkeepers since Bodo Illgner is the only one who won a World Cup and played at least one match (he played all of them). At least one player per winning national team is part of the 23-men squad. Giuseppe Meazza is set as captain because he's the only player amongst the selected ones who won a World Cup as captain, even though he had that role in his second World Cup win.




Coach: :URU: Alberto SUPPICI (the youngest coach ever to win a World Cup)




GOALKEEPERS:

:BRA: ÉMERSON LEÃO
:GER: Bodo ILLGNER


DEFENDERS:

:ITA: Giuseppe BERGOMI
:GER: Paul BREITNER
:URU: Ernesto MASCHERONI
:SPA: Gerard PIQUÉ
:ITA: Pietro RAVA
:GER: Stefan REUTER
:ARG: Alberto TARANTINI


MIDFIELDERS:

:URU: Víctor Rodríguez ANDRADE
:GER: Rainer BONHOF
:ARG: Jorge BURRUCHAGA
:SPA: Sergio BUSQUETS
:BRA: CLODOALDO
:GER: Horst ECKEL
:GER: Uli HOENEß


STRIKERS:

:URU: Alcides GHIGGIA
:ARG: Mario KEMPES
:FRA: Kylian MBAPPÉ
:ITA: Giuseppe MEAZZA
:BRA: PELÉ
:BRA: TOSTÃO


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RESERVES:


GOALKEEPERS:

:BRA: ADO
:ARG: Luis ISLAS
:GER: Heinz KUBSCH


DEFENDERS:

:BRA: ÂNDERSON POLGA
:ARG: Néstor CLAUSEN
:FRA: Presnel KIMPEMBE
:FRA: LUCAS Hernandez
:BRA: MARCO ANTÔNIO
:FRA: Benjamin MENDY
:GER: Shkodran MUSTAFI
:BRA: ORLANDO PEÇANHA
:FRA: Benjamin PAVARD


MIDFIELDERS:

:ARG: Sergio BATISTA
:BRA: CAJU
:ITA: Daniele DE ROSSI
:GER: Julian DRAXLER
:SPA: Cesc FÁBREGAS
:ARG: Américo GALLEGO
:URU: Álvaro GESTIDO
:GER: Mario GÖTZE
:BRA: KAKÁ
:BRA: KLÉBERSON
:GER: Christoph KRAMER
:ITA: Ugo LOCATELLI
:SPA: Javi MARTÍNEZ
:SPA: Juan MATA
:GER: Andreas MÖLLER
:ENG: Martin PETERS
:ARG: Carlos TAPIA
:FRA: Corentin TOLISSO
:ARG: José Daniel VALENCIA
:FRA: Patrick VIEIRA


STRIKERS:

:BRA: José ALTAFINI
:BRA: AMARILDO
:ARG: Daniel BERTONI
:ITA: Amedeo BIAVATI
:ITA: Felice Placido BOREL
:ARG: Claudio BORGHI
:FRA: Ousmane DEMBÉLÉ
:URU: Pablo DORADO
:BRA: EDU
:ITA: Alberto GILARDINO
:ITA: Enrique GUAITA
:FRA: Thierry HENRY
:FRA: Thomas LEMAR
:URU: Óscar MÍGUEZ
:URU: Rubén MORÁN
:SPA: PEDRO Rodríguez
:BRA: RONALDINHO
:GER: André SCHÜRRLE
:FRA: David TRÉZÉGUET
:BRA: VAVÁ





THE BEST EVER XI:

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GK ILLGNER
CB BERGOMI
CB PIQUÉ
RB REUTER
LB BREITNER
DMF BUSQUETS
DMF ECKEL
AMF TOSTÃO
SS MEAZZA ©
SS PELÉ
CF KEMPES

Captain: Giuseppe Meazza
Short free kick: Tostão
Long free kick: Tostão
Free kick 2: Pelé | Mario Kempes
Right corner: Sergio Busquets
Left corner: Sergio Busquets
Penalty: Pelé | Giuseppe Meazza


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Wed Feb 26, 2020 2:17 pm
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I’m really not sure to be honest, it’s all up for debate. Götze, Peters and Ball all have strong claims to be in the first team, especially if you want a player from each nationality.


Wed Feb 26, 2020 11:01 pm
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StuartBannigan wrote:
I’m really not sure to be honest, it’s all up for debate. Götze, Peters and Ball all have strong claims to be in the first team, especially if you want a player from each nationality.

Exactly but if you replace Peters with Götze, the team would have no English players in the first squad. That's why I say Peters or Ball, unless you replace also Eckel. Gurkenjoe though surely can say more about him.


Wed Feb 26, 2020 11:04 pm
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Eckel didn't miss a single minute in the 1954 WC and proved to be one of the key players in the Miracle of Bern by neutralizing Hidegkuti almost completely during that match. Usually Fritz Walter (as the captain), Toni Turek (because of his incredible saves) and Helmut Rahn (don't need to explain that, everybody knows the story of the "Boss" in the final) are named first when it comes to the heroes of Bern but the defensive contribution of Mai (against Kocsis), Liebrich (against Puskas) and Eckel (against Hidegkuti) was very important as well (of course you can't control one of the best attacking trios of all time for the whole game but Liebrich, Mai and Eckel did an excellent job there).
I'd even dare to say that Eckel was more crucial for Germany's WC win in 1954 than Busquets was in 2010 or Clodoaldo in 1970.


Thu Feb 27, 2020 12:59 am
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