It's our simplest World Cup Venn so far... well, simple in that there are only two players involved, but not so simple in terms of the answer. Unless you are a perfect combination of John Motson and Norris McWhirter, that is.
Today's question focuses on a pair of players who burst out from behind the iron curtain as European Communism fell to bits in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
As ever, the question couldn't be simpler: who are they, and what is the link between them?
Find out the answer at half-time of today's clash between Ivory Coast and Portugal.
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Yesterday's brain-freezing conundrum was based around four inconic World Cup venues, three of which are household names. And the other of which is in America.
Those four venues: London's Wembley Stadium (pictured left - the proper one, the one that had a decent pitch); the astonishing Azteca in Mexico City (top); the iconic Maracana in Rio de Janeiro (bottom); and, er, the somewhat less iconic (in football terms at least) Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California (right).
The answer? These four venues have the honour of attracting the biggest crowds in World Cup history as they hosted the final of 1994 (Rose Bowl - 94,000 people), 1966 (Wembley - 96,924 people), 1986 (Azteca - 114,590 people) and 1950 (Maracana - 199,854 people).
That's right: not much less than a quarter of a million people were in the ground to witness the 1950 final. And you thought the view from the cheap seats at the new Wembley was bad...