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FIFA World Cup 1966

FIFA World Cup 1966By Adeeba Ahmad 7A

The HostsQuestion 1The FIFA World Cup 1966 was held in England. It was the eighth staging of the World Cup and 16 countries attended. It was held from the 11th of July to the 30th of July. England was chosen to host on August 22nd, 1960, in Rome, Italy. Ten countries from Europe qualified, four from South America, one from Asia and one from North and Central America. This was the first times North Korea and Portugal qualified for the Cup.

Countries qualified for World CupCountry failed to qualifyCountries that did not enter World CupCountry not a FIFA memberThe FinalsQuestion 2The Finalist were England and Germany. England won the match 4-2. They were the first host to win the Cup since Italy in 1934. Question 3aHaller scored a goal for Germany in the 12th minute. In the 18th minute Horst scored for England. And then in the 78th minute, Peters scored for England. In the 89th minute Weber scored for Germany, making the score a tie by the 90th minute. Thirty minutes extra time were added. In the 101st minute and the 120th minute Horst scored two goals for England, winning the match. There is much argument on whether the third goal for England should have been given or not.

Player PositionsEnglandGK 1 Gordon BanksRB 2 Geoff CohenCB 5 Jack Charlton CB 6 Bobby MooreLB 3 Ray WilsonDM 4 Nobby StilesAM 7 Alan Nall AM 9 Bobby Charlton AM 16 Martin PetersCF 10 Geoff HurstCF 21 Roger HuntManager Alf Ramsey

West GermanyGK 1 Hans TilkowskiRB 2 Horst-Dieter HottgesCB 5 Willi SchulzCB 6 Wolfgang WeberLB 3 Karl-Heinz SchnellingerCM 4 Franz BeckenbauerCM 12 Wolfgang OverathRW 8 Helmut HallerCF 9 Uwe SeelerCF 10 Siegfried HeldLW 11 Lothar EmmerichManager Helmut Schon The TerminologyQuestion 3bThe ball was passed to Hurst, from which he shot it onto goal line, but right after it was kicked away by the goalie. There was a lot of conflict on the grounds so the referees had to consult the ration lines before awarding the goal. Personally I dont think the ball went in. Question 3cThe defense werent very active. They should have marked the attacking teams players, so that they wouldnt have had room to kick the ball. Also, they could also have tried to simply tackle Horst and get the ball back.

The Attacking TeamQuestion 3dHorst had the ball, efficiently avoiding the defenders. He kicked the ball in the to goal and the ball bounced off the post and onto the goal line. The referee had the consult the someone else before awarding the goal. Question 3eMost of the other players on the attacking team were running towards the goal, just incase the ball didnt go in and and they should kick it in. Bibliographyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fifa_world_cup_1966http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSlKfpS_uZM&feature=relatedhttp://www.zagasi.com/russia-and-qatar-win-2018-and-2022-world-cup-bids/221229/http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1966_FIFA_World_Cup_Finalhttp://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/world_cup_2006/4946840.stmhttp://www.aspexdesign.co.uk/england.htmhttp://www.german-flag.org/http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:1966_world_cup_qualification.pnghttp://www.go2010.co.za/story/0,27111,17518_5688091,00.html