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Monday, 24 June, 2002, 01:42 GMT 02:42 UK
Quiz: Day 25
World Cup quiz
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Along with Mexico’s Antonio Carbajal, who is the only man to have appeared in five World Cup tournaments?
  A: Lothar Matthaus (West Germany/Germany)
  B: Diego Maradona (Argentina
  C: Thomas Ravelli (Sweden)
 
What nationality was the referee who awarded two penalties in the 1974 final between Holland and West Germany?
  A: English
  B: French
  C: Italian
 
What nationality was the referee for the 1998 World Cup final?
  A: American
  B: Moroccan
  C: Russian
 
Aged 42 years and 39 days, who is the oldest player to have scored in the World Cup finals?
  A: Roger Milla (Cameroon)
  B: Jan Heintze (Denmark)
  C: Uwe Seeler (West Germany)
 
Who won the first ever World Cup match?
  A: France
  B: Mexico
  C: Uruguay
 


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