We're a week in to the greatest footballing show on earth: World Cup Venn!
The tournament itself hasn't been bad either, but no doubt you've all decided that this is where the real action lies.
And today we've got a quartet of World Cup greats, and as ever we're asking you to figure out what the connection is.
It shouldn't be too hard figuring out who they are: these guys are among the greatest ever players to wear the shirts for their countries.
But what special feat links the four of them?
Find out the answer at half-time of today's clash between Greece and Nigeria.
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Yesterday we gave you a quartet of players who wore the Three Lions during the 1986
World Cup in Mexico: they were Peter Beardsley (left), Terry Fenwick
(top), Steve Hodge (right) and Terry Butcher (bottom).
Could you figure out what linked them? The answer was that they all played an unfortunate part in the greatest goal ever scored at a World Cup: they were the four players that Maradona beat on his way to scoring his second (and non-handball) goal against England in their 1986 quarter-final.
The goal came just three minutes after he had opened the scoring in the match with the equally famous "Hand of God" goal - confirming him as both the undisputed hero and villain of a footballing generation in the space of 180 seconds.