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Monday, 27 May, 2002, 06:08 GMT 07:08 UK
Quiz: 27 to 30 May
World Cup quiz
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Who shares the record of 21 World Cup finals appearances with Argentina's Diego Maradona?
  A: Lothar Matthaus (West Germany & Germany)
  B: Franz Beckenbauer (West Germany)
  C: Pele (Brazil)
 
Who, with 13 goals, is the top-scorer for a single World Cup finals?
  A: Gary Lineker
  B: Gerd Muller
  C: Just Fontaine
 
Germany have won all three of the World Cup penalty shoot-outs in which they have taken part. Which other country has won three out of three shoot-outs?
  A: Argentina
  B: Holland
  C: Sweden
 
Why did India withdraw from the 1950 World Cup?
  A: They did not want to travel to Brazil
  B: They did not have enough players
  C: They did not want to wear football boots
 
In which tournament did England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales all compete for the only time?
  A: Switzerland 1954
  B: Sweden 1958
  C: England 1966
 
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