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World Cup stunning moments: Josimar charms the world at Mexico 86 | Rob Smyth

The right-back was unknown, uncapped and unemployed before scoring two monstrous goals – but his fairytale became a cautionary taleIn the summer of 1964, England took part in the Little World Cup in Brazil. It was a simple four-team league involving Portugal, Argentina and the hosts. England finished joint-bottom with Portugal. In their first match they were plugged 5-1 by Brazil in Rio. They commiserated with a night on the town, and were staggering around Copacabana beach the following morning when they were challenged to a game by some local...

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Published By: theguardian.com - Tuesday, 15 May