Yesterday we brought you two World Cup stars from yesteryear.
Today, it's two very different stars.
The question, as ever, is simple: who are these two people, and what is the World Cup link between them?
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Yesterday was a bit of a tricky one.
The players were Alcides Ghiggia
of Uruguay (left) and Jairzinho of Brazil.
And the link? They are the only two players ever to score
in every match of the tournament at a single World Cup, including the final.
Ghiggia did it in 1950 and
Jairzinho in 1970. Both their sides won the tournaments that year - yet neither
picked up the golden boot despite their heroics.
Ghiggia's feat, however, is lessened
by the fact that his team played only one group stage match: the withdrawl of
Scotland and Turkey from the tournament meant that the Uruguay had just one
group match, against Bolivia, which they won 8-0.