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Published 09/06/2014 | 02:30

1 1930: Jules Rimet (former FIFA President, France); 1958: Just Fontaine (France); 1962: Viva (Brazil); 1966: Eusebio (Portugal); 1970: Jairzinho (Brazil); 1974: Gerd Muller (Germany); 1978: Mario Kempes (Argentina); 1982: Paolo Rossi (Italy); 1986: Manuel Negrete (Mexico); 1990: Roger Milla (Cameroon); 1994: Romario (Brazil); 1998: Davor Suker (Croatia); 2002: Oliver Kahn (Germany); 2006: Marco Materazzi (Italy); 2010: Xavi (Spain); 2 Uruguay; 13; 3 Brazil (5); 4 18; 5 Gerd Muller; 6 West Germany; 7 40; 8 Columbia; 9 Pedro Monzon (Argentina); 10 Oleg Salenko (Russia); 11 France (1998); 12 Oliver Kahn (Germany); 13 Twice (Italy 1934/38 & Brazil 1958/62); 14 10; 15 Japan; 16 Egypt; 17 Italy; 18 Portugal and Netherlands; 19 New Zealand; 20 Twice (1994 & 2006); 21 Brazil; 22 Lothar Matthäus (Germany); 23 Ronaldo (Brazil); 24 Mário Zagallo (Brazil, 1958, 1962 & 1970) and Franz Beckenbauer (West Germany, 1974 & 1990); 25 Vittorio Pozzo (with Italy in 1934 & 1938); 26 Netherlands (1974 & 1978), West Germany (1982 & 1986); 27 1966; 28 Italy (1934); 29 Bora Milutinovic (Mexico 1986; Costa Rica 1990; USA 1994; Nigeria 1998; China 2002); 30 El Salvador (6); 31 Pele (1958, 62 & 70); 32 Diego Maradona (16); 33 Norman Whiteside (Northern Ireland – 17 years and 41 days); 34 Roger Millla (Cameroon – 42 years and 39 days); 35 Three; 36 Peter Shilton (England); 37 Hakan Sukur (11 seconds, Turkey v 41 South Korea, 2002); 38 Juventus (24); 39 Thomas Muller (Germany – five goals); 40 South Africa (2010); 41 Paraguay; 42 Diego Forlan (Uruguay); 43 Carles Puyol; 44 Five (Algeria, Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast & Nigeria); 45 Bosnia and Herzegovina; 46 1958 (Sweden); 47 Detroit (1994); 48 Zero; 49 1970; 50 Laurent Blanc (France)

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