I Scored a Goal in the FIFA World Cup Final

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I Scored a Goal in the FIFA World Cup Final

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I Scored a Goal in the FIFA World Cup Final is a series of short films about memorable goals in the history of the World Cup finals told by the players themselves. ESPN interviews the 26 different players and has them go back to the stadium and talk about serious of events that led up to them scoring the decisive goal for their respective teams. Players ranging from Josef Masopust, who references what it was like to be an athlete under Czechoslovakia's communist regime and scored his country's only goal in its 1962 loss to Brazil, to Marco Materazzi, who tied up the 2006 World Cup Final for Italy with the help of a ray of light and his deceased mother, all tell heartfelt, intimate stories. Each man, in hist native tongue, relates what it was like to be a hero in the world's biggest game.

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Soccer, cerebral, for sports nuts