Welcome to World Cup Venn!
We've got two legendary footballers for you today.
As ever, the question is the same: who are they, and what is the World Cup link between them?
The answer will be revealed at half-time of the quarter-final between Brazil and the Netherlands.
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How did you get on yesterday?
Picking the four players should have been a cakewalk: they were Gary Lineker (left), Bobby
Charlton (top), Geoff Hurst (right) and Michael Owen (bottom).
And the link between
them? They are the only England players to have scored more than three goals in
World Cup tournaments.
Moore and Owen have four each, Hurst five and Lineker
10. Five players, incidentally, have three goals apiece: David Beckham, Steven Gerrard, Roger
Hunt, Nat Lofthouse and David Platt.
Just for comparison, and possibly to make
you feel even more depressed, there are 18 German (including West German)
players who have scored four or more goals in World Cup tournaments - and four
with 10 or more.