We’re back once again with a new edition of FIFA’s “Stats of the Day” feature.
Here is an excerpt from FIFA’s “Stats of the Day”:
- 1974 – Yugoslavia defeat Zaire 9-0 in Gelsenkirchen in the most emphatic victory in FIFA World Cup history at that time.
- 1982 – Argentina beat Hungary 4-1 in Alicante. The second and third goals, struck by Diego Maradona, are the first of eight FIFA World Cup goals scored by the Argentinian during his FIFA World Cup career (1982-1994).
- 2010 – American Michael Bradley becomes the first FIFA World Cup goalscorer to be coached by his own father when he equalises for the USA against Slovenia.
To read more click here: FIFA Stats of the Day: June 18