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Monday, 15 April, 2002, 08:32 GMT 09:32 UK
Chile 1962
The 1962 Brazilian World Cup team
The mighty Brazilians retained the World Cup in Chile
Brazil became the third team to win two consecutive finals after beating surprise package Czechoslovakia in the 1962 final.

Football had developed into a tougher and more physical game by the time Chile hosted the seventh World Cup, after consecutive tournaments in Europe.

And the finals were marred by violence throughout, not all of it on the pitch.

A fan threw a bottle at Brazilian Garrincha, hitting him on the head, after he was sent off during the semi-final against Chile.

Brazil's Zito leaps for joy after scoring in the final
Brazil's Zito leaps for joy after scoring in the final

He replied by parading the Chilean flag after Brazil won the final, but there was plenty of violence involving the teams as well.

It started in the opening round, with the worst trouble occurring in the game between Italy and hosts Chile, which became known as the "Battle of Santiago".

Italy's Ferrini was sent off and had to be dragged from the pitch by police when he refused to walk.

Team-mate Mario David was also ordered off when he retaliated to a punch in the face by kicking his opponent's neck.

Chile finally won 2-0 and Italy failed to make the last eight, but there was no such trouble for Czechoslovakia.

They managed a goalless draw against Brazil in the first round and qualified for the quarter-finals, where they knocked out Hungary.

They went on to beat Yugoslavia in the semis and set up an unexpected rematch against defending champions Brazil, who knocked out Chile.

Despite failing to produce the form which swept them to the title in 1958, and losing Pele in the second game to injury, Brazil managed to come from a goal down to win the final 3-1.


Group 1 results:
Uruguay 2-1 Colombia
USSR 2-0 Yugoslavia
USSR 4-4 Colombia
USSR 2-1 Uruguay
Yugoslavia 5-0 Colombia

Group 2 results:
Chile 3-1 Switzerland
West Germany 0-0 Italy
Chile 2-0 Italy
West Germany 2-1 Switzerland
West Germany 2-0 Chile
Italy 3-0 Switzerland

Group 3 results:
Brazil 2-0 Mexico
Czechoslovakia 1-0 Spain
Brazil 0-0 Czechoslovakia
Spain 1-0 Mexico
Brazil 2-1 Spain
Mexico 3-1 Czechoslovakia

Group 4 results:
Argentina 1-0 Bulgaria
Hungary 2-1 England
England 3-1 Argentina
Hungary 6-1 Bulgaria
Hungary 0-0 Argentina
England 0-0 Bulgaria

Quarter-finals results:
Chile 2-1 USSR
Czechoslovakia 1-0 Hungary
Yugoslavia 1-0 West Germany
Brazil 3-1 England

Semi-finals results:
Brazil 4-2 Chile
Czechoslovakia 3-1 Yugoslavia

3rd/4th place play-off:
Chile 1-0 Yugoslavia

World Cup Final:
Brazil 3-1 Czechoslovakia

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