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On July 30th World Cup Final Day - Englands Bobby Moore and West Germanys Uwe Seeler led their teams out onto the Wembley turf before an expectant crowd of 96,000.
What followed is part of footballing legend. In one hundred and twenty minutes of raw and emotion-fuelled play, the performance of both sides became a contest of pace, power, strength, stamina and iron will. Exhilarating, unpredictable and inspirational, a late goal from Germany levelled the scores and took the contest into extra time, but it was Englands boys who were on course to create history. In a nail-biting climax, after a disputed England goal, Geoff Hurst became the first man ever to score a hat-trick in a World Cup Final. Forty years on, the English players are still being awarded honours simply for having taken part. Moments in the game are imprinted in the memories of all who witnessed it and the match is regarded in awe by subsequent footballing generations.
It's time the documentary film called GOAL was released on to DVD..what's the problem???Published 5 months ago by R. Lang
This dvd just shows this countries greates ever sporting moment, excellent, need i say more?Published on 21 July 2010 by James Soper