The oldest goal scorer in the World Cup
was Roger Milla, who was 42 in 1994 when he scored a goal for Cameroon against Russia.
Germany's biggest investment bank, Deustche bank conducted a study to determine the winner of 2014 FIFA World Cup
The last team to host and win a World Cup
was Zinedine Zidane's French squad in 1998 as the last three World Cup
tournaments were won by visiting teams, Anadolu Agency reports.
Here is Mirror Sport's guide to the World Cup
movers and shakers.
10) Which European country hosted the 1954 World Cup
15pm Ski Jumping World Cup
, Lillehammer (Eurosport)
Saturday afternoon at Home Depot Center, Bornstein and fellow 21- year-olds Justin Mapp and Kenny Cooper began the repair job by leading the United States past Denmark 3-1 in a friendly that marked the team's debut under interim coach Bob Bradley and the start of its buildup to the 2010 World Cup
in South Africa.
A truly global event, the FIFA Interactive World Cup
2006 saw 38 qualifying events take place around the world, while the Xbox Live[R] part of the tournament gave gamers from 25 countries the opportunity to compete for their place in the final.
Federico Addiechi, FIFA's ``head of corporate social responsibility,'' opened his segment Monday with a stirring highlight video from the World Cup
specials: 7 Brazil to beat England, 15-2 England to beat Portugal, 12 England to beat Brazil, 14 Portugal to beat England' first Premiership stadium Scolari visits as England manager: 13-2 Stamford Bridge, Anfield, Old Trafford, 15-2 Emirates, 10 White Hart Lane, 14 bar.
EURO CHAMPS Oct 1990 (h) Won 2-0 WORLD CUP
Oct 1989 (a) Drew 0-0
Scotland 1 - Sweden 0 World Cup
qualifier 10/11/96 Scotland 1 - Finland 0 Euro 96 qualifier 6/9/95 Scotland 2 - France 0 World Cup
qualifier 8/3/89 Scotland 2 - Australia 0 World Cup
play-off 21/11/85 Scotland 1 - England 0 Rous Cup 25/5/85 Scotland 3 - Spain 1 World Cup
qualifier 14/11/84 Scotland 4 - Portugal 0 European Championship qualifier 26/3/80 Scotland 3 - Czechoslovakia 1 World Cup
qualifier 21/9/77 Scotland 2 - England 1 Home International Championship 15/5/76 Scotland 2 - Czechosolovakia 1 World Cup