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1978 FIFA WORLD CUP Copa del Mundo de 1978
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1978 WORLD CUP - ARGENTINA  
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  1978 WORLD CUP
                   

The 1978 FIFA World Cup took place in Argentina from 1 June to 25 June 1978. For the first time in 16 years, the tournament returned to South America. 16 teams from 5 confederations participated in the final tournament: 10 from Europe (UEFA), 3 from South America (CONMEBOL), 1 from North America, Central America and Caribbean (CONCACAF), 1 from Africa (CAF), and 1 from Asia (AFC). Two teams made their first World Cup presentation (Iran and Tunisia).

There were some interesting facts in this World Cup. Tunisia made history becoming the first African team to win a game in a World Cup after beating Mexico 3-1. Tunisia then tied the world champion West Germany 0-0, but their effort was not enough to advance to the next stage. Iran, another World Cup debutant, gained a point against Scotland. Rob Rensenbrink of the Netherlands scored the goal number 1000 in World Cup history. On the other hand, Willie Johnston from Scotland was expelled from the World Cup after he was found to have taken a banned stimulant in the game against Peru.

There were some on-field controversies as well. One of them happened during the game between Brazil and Sweden. Brazil was awarded a corner kick that resulted in a goal. However, this was not awarded because the referee Clives Thomas from Wales whistled the end of the game while the ball was headed to the network. The other one happened in the game between Argentina and Peru. It was stated that Argentine President, the dictator Jorge Rafael Videla, struck a deal with the government of Peru that ensured Argentina would proceed to the final. Argentina would provide a ship full of grain to Peru, while Peru had to allow Argentina to win with a margin that was large enough to advance to the final. The Peruvian goalkeeper, Ramón Quiroga, was born in Argentina and that added more controversy to the issue. Argentina needed to win by four goals to reach the final when they thumped Peru 6-0. In February 2012, several media outlets reported that FIFA will start an inquiry concerning the Argentina Peru game; however, FIFA officially denied this.

Regarding games, one of the biggest surprises happened when the legendary Hans Krankl fired Austria to a first victory over West Germans, a match that would become known as the Miracle of Cordoba.  Austria beat West Germany 3-2, which marked their end as World Champions. Both Austria and West Germany had already given a notice in the first round. West Germany finished second in the group behind Poland, while Austria finished ahead of Brazil in Group 3. Brazil went home undefeated. Another surprise in the first round happened in group 4. Peru pushed the Netherlands into second place. The Netherlands drew with Peru 0-0, and lost to Scotland 3-2 in one of the best games of the tournament. Archibald Gemmill of Scotland scored two goals, and the second one is among the best ever scored at the World Cup. The goal is so famous that it sometimes overshadows a successful career in which he won three English league titles. The Netherlands only could beat Iran 3-0 in the first round. However, it is worth noting the Dutch began to show their class, played very well in the second round, and reached the final.

The 1978 FIFA World Cup was contested at Estadio Monumental, Buenos Aires, before a crowd of 75,000 impassioned and vociferous followers, for the hosts, Argentina led by Mario Kempes, and the Netherlands and their Total Football, although without its star Johan Cruyff who had chosen to miss the finals. Argentina beat the Netherlands 3-1 after extra time winning the first World Cup title. Rob Rensenbrink hit the woodwork in the last minute of regulation time, denying the Dutch their first world title. Mario Kempes, El Matador, who finished top scorer of the tournament and made the difference in Argentina, scored twice in the final, including the winner in extra time. The game was also controversial, as the Dutch accused the Argentines of using stalling tactics to delay the match, while Argentines claimed the legality of a plaster cast on René van de Kerkhof's wrist. The Netherlands, because of the controversial game events and adding another controversy, refused to attend the post-match ceremonies after the match ended -1-. This was the fifth time the host country wins the World Cup.

The top scorer (Golden Shoe) of the tournament was Mario Kempes of Argentina, who would go on to score six goals. Antonio Cabrini of Italy was elected best young player. Argentina, on the other hand, received the FIFA Fair Play award. The names that people probably remember from those times are: Ubaldo Fillol (Argentine goalkeeper), Dino Zoff (Italian goalkeeper), Sepp Maier (German goalkeeper), Berti Vogts (German defender), Ruud Krol (Dutch defender), Nelinho (Brazilian defender), Alberto Tarantini (Argentine defender), Antonio Cabrini (Italian defender and best young player), Héctor Chumpitaz (Peruvian defender), Daniel Passarella (Argentine defender), Władysław Żmuda (Polish defender), Michel Platini (French midfielder), Kazimierz Deyna (Polish midfielder), René Houseman (Argentine midfielder), Osvaldo Ardiles (Argentine midfielder), Johan Neeskens (Dutch midfielder), Toninho Cerezo (Brazilian midfielder), Dirceu (Brazilian midfielder), Zico (Brazilian midfielder), Archibald Gemmill (Scottish midfielder), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (German striker), Hugo Sánchez (Mexican striker), Kenny Dalghlish (Scottish striker), Daniel Bertoni (Argentine striker), Rob Rensenbrink (Dutch striker), Leopoldo Luque (Argentine striker), Teófilo Cubillas (Peruvian striker), Grzegorz Lato (Polish striker), Hans Krankl (Austrian striker), Roberto Bettega (Italian striker), Paolo Rossi (Italian striker), and Mario Kempes (Argentine striker and Golden Shoe).

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  1 June 1978 to 25 June 1978
  
  Matches
  38
  Venues
  6
  Attendance
  1,545,791 (average 40,678)
  Goals Scored
  102 (2.68 per match)
                                     
                                     
ARGENTINA 3-1 NETHERLANDS
  Champion
 Golden shoe
1
6
  Runner-up
2
5
  Third place
  Brazil
5
  Fourth Place
  Italy
  
   Best young player
 Fair play award
 Argentina
                     
                     
  Antecedents
                                   

Argentina was chosen to host the 1978 FIFA World Cup, the 11th staging of the FIFA World Cup, at the FIFA Congress in London, England, on 6 July 1966. The hosts for the World Cups of 1974, 1978 and 1982 were awarded at the same conference. There were two bids to host the 1978 FIFA World Cup: Argentina, and Mexico. However, Mexico agreed to withdraw from the bidding process as they had won hosting for the 1970 FIFA World Cup.

Argentina suffered a military coup just two years before the World Cup and was under a state of siege and a brutal dictatorship headed
by General Videla. Thousands of people have been killed, including General Omar Actis president of the World Cup Organizing Committee, with many more jailed and tortured. For that reason, some countries, including the Dutch who talked openly about boycotting the tournament, considered publicly whether they should participate in the cup in protest against Videla's totalitarian regime and its violation of human rights. However, Videla avoided the potential embarrassment by guaranteeing there would be no bloodshed during the tournament, and finally all teams took part in the World Cup. The 11th World Cup went happily by without a major incident of violence.

 

   

 
  Qualification
                                   
Participating countries:
105
Withdrew:
8
Qualified automatically:
2
Teams that played at least one qualifying match:
95
Matches:
252
Total goals:
723 (2.87 per match)

A total of 105 teams signed up to participate in the 1978 World Cup qualification rounds setting a new record number for the qualifying tournament. Argentina, as the hosts, and West Germany, as the defending champions, qualified automatically, leaving 14 spots open for competition.

Some very important teams had problems in the qualification rounds, and finally failed to qualify for the final tournament. They were England, the European champion Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, and Soviet Union. The 14 available spots were distributed in continental zones as shown below:

 

Europe (UEFA): 9.5 spots. 31 teams competed for 8 direct places. The winner of the other 0.5 place would progress to the international playoff against a team from CONMEBOL. West Germany, as the defending champion, qualified directly.
South America (CONMEBOL): 3.5 spots. 9 teams competed for 2 direct places. The winner of the other 0.5 place would progress to the international playoff against a team from UEFA. Argentina, as the hosts, qualified automatically.
North America, Central America and Caribbean (CONCACAF): 1 spot. 16 teams competed for only 1 direct place.
Africa (CAF): 1 spot. 26 teams competed for only 1 direct place. Central African Republic, Sudan, Tanzania and Zaire withdrew.
Asia (AFC) and Oceania (OFC): 1 spot. 21 teams competed for 1 direct place. Sri Lanka, North Korea, Iraq and United Arab Emirates withdrew.

Bolivia, from CONMEBOL, and Hungary, from UEFA, advanced to the international play-off. Hungary defeated Bolivia twice. The first time 6-0 in Budapest on 29 October 1977, and the second time 3-2 in La Paz on 30 November 1977. Hungary, therefore, qualified for the World Cup.

A total of 95 teams played at least one qualifying match, 252 qualifying matches were played, and 723 goals were scored establishing three new records.

           
           
1978 WORLD CUP STANDINGS
 
 
Pos
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Perf.
Sum(P/Nt)
Title
Pt
Ap.
1
 Argentina
7
5
1
1
15
4
11
11
1.57
0.0625
16.00
C
7
2
 Netherlands
7
3
2
2
15
10
5
8
1.14
0.1250
8.00
F
4
3
 Brazil
7
4
3
0
10
3
7
11
1.57
0.1875
6.00
TP
11
4
 Italy
7
4
1
2
9
6
3
9
1.29
0.2500
4.00
FP
9
5
 Poland
6
3
1
2
6
6
0
7
1.17
0.3125
2.00
2R
3
6
 West Germany
6
1
4
1
10
5
5
6
1.00
0.3750
2.00
2R
9
7
 Austria
6
3
0
3
7
10
-3
6
1.00
0.4375
2.00
2R
4
8
 Peru
6
2
1
3
7
12
-5
5
0.83
0.5000
2.00
2R
3
9
 Tunisia
3
1
1
1
3
2
1
3
1.00
0.5625
1.00
1R
1
10
 Spain
3
1
1
1
2
2
0
3
1.00
0.6250
1.00
1R
5
11
 Scotland
3
1
1
1
5
6
-1
3
1.00
0.6875
1.00
1R
4
12
 France
3
1
0
2
5
5
0
2
0.67
0.7500
1.00
1R
7
13
 Sweden
3
0
1
2
1
3
-2
1
0.33
0.8125
1.00
1R
7
14
 Iran
3
0
1
2
2
8
-6
1
0.33
0.8750
1.00
1R
1
15
 Hungary
3
0
0
3
3
8
-5
0
0.00
0.9375
1.00
1R
7
16
 Mexico
3
0
0
3
2
12
-10
0
0.00
1.0000
1.00
1R
8
   
     
TOURNAMENT SUMMARY
 
 
First Round - Group 1
 
 
Pos
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1
 Italy
3
3
0
0
6
2
4
6
2
 Argentina
3
2
0
1
4
3
1
4
3
 France
3
1
0
2
5
5
0
2
4
 Hungary
3
0
0
3
3
8
-5
0
 
 
Match 1
2-1
France
Date: 2 June 1978 B. Lacombe 1'
Stadium: Estadio José María Minella  
Venue: Mar del Plata    
Attendance: 42,373  
Referee: Nicolae Rainea (Romania)  
 
Match 2
2-1
Hungary
Date: 2 June 1978 K. Csapó 10'
Stadium: Estadio Monumental  
Venue: Buenos Aires  
Attendance: 71,615    
Referee: Antonio Garrido (Portugal)  
 
Match 3
3-1
Hungary
Date: 6 June 1978 A. Tóth 81'
Stadium: Estadio José María Minella  
Venue: Mar del Plata  
Attendance: 26,533  
Referee: Ramón Barreto (Uruguay)  
 
Match 4
2-1
France
Date: 6 June 1978 M. Platini 60'
Stadium: Estadio Monumental  
Venue: Buenos Aires    
Attendance: 71,666    
Referee: Jean Dubach (Switzerland)  
 
Match 5
3-1
Hungary
Date: 10 June 1978 S. Zombori 41'
Stadium: Estadio José María Minella  
Venue: Mar del Plata  
Attendance: 23,127  
Referee: Arnaldo Cézar Coelho (Brazil)  
 
Match 6
1-0
Argentina
Date: 10 June 1978  
Stadium: Estadio Monumental
 
Venue: Buenos Aires    
Attendance: 71,712  
Referee: Abraham Klein (Israel)  
First Round - Group 2
   
 
Pos
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1
 Poland
3
2
1
0
4
1
3
5
2
 West Germany
3
1
2
0
6
0
6
4
3
 Tunisia
3
1
1
1
3
2
1
3
4
 Mexico
3
0
0
3
2
12
-10
0
 
 
Match 7
0-0
Poland
Date: 1 June 1978      
Stadium: Estadio Monumental      
Venue: Buenos Aires    
Attendance: 67,579      
Referee: Ángel Norberto Coerezza (Argentina)  
 
Match 8
Tunisia
3-1
Mexico
Date: 2 June 1978 A. Vázquez Ayala 45'
Stadium: Estadio Gigante de Arroyito  
Venue: Rosario  
Attendance: 17,396  
Referee: John Gordon (Scotland)  
 
Match 9
6-0
Mexico
Date: 6 June 1978  
Stadium: Estadio Chateau Carreras  
Venue: Córdoba
K. Rummenigge 38', 73'
 
Attendance: 35,258
H. Flohe 44', 89'
 
Referee: Farouk Bouzo (Syria)  
 
Match 10
Poland
1-0
Tunisia
Date: 6 June 1978    
Stadium: Estadio Gigante de Arroyito
   
Venue: Rosario    
Attendance: 9,624      
Referee: Ángel Franco Martínez (Spain)  
 
Match 11
0-0
Tunisia
Date: 10 June 1978    
Stadium: Estadio Chateau Carreras    
Venue: Córdoba    
Attendance: 30,667  
Referee: César Guerrero Orosco (Peru)  
 
Match 12
Poland
3-1
Mexico
Date: 10 June 1978
Z. Boniek 43', 84'
V. Rangel 52'
Stadium: Estadio Gigante de Arroyito  
Venue: Rosario    
Attendance: 22,651  
Referee: Jafar Namdar (Iran)  
First Round - Group 3
 
 
Pos
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1
 Austria
3
2
0
1
3
2
1
4
2
 Brazil
3
1
2
0
2
1
1
4
3
 Spain
3
1
1
1
2
2
0
3
4
 Sweden
3
0
1
2
1
3
-2
0
 
 
Match 13
Austria
2-1
Spain
Date: 3 June 1978   Dani 21'
Stadium: Estadio José Amalfitani    
Venue: Buenos Aires    
Attendance: 40,841      
Referee: Károly Palotai (Hungria)  
 
Match 14
1-1
Sweden
Date: 3 June 1978 T. Sjöberg 37'
Stadium: Estadio José Maria Minella    
Venue: Mar del Plata    
Attendance: 32,569  
Referee: Clive Thomas (Wales)  
 
Match 15
Austria
1-0
Sweden
Date: 7 June 1978  
Stadium: Estadio José Amalfitani    
Venue: Buenos Aires    
Attendance: 41,424  
Referee: Charles Corver (Netherlands)  
 
Match 16
0-0
Spain
Date: 7 June 1978      
Stadium: Estadio José Maria Minella      
Venue: Mar del Plata    
Attendance: 34,771      
Referee: Sergio Gonella (Italy)  
 
Match 17
1-0
Sweden
Date: 11 June 1978  
Stadium: Estadio José Amalfitani
 
Venue: Buenos Aires    
Attendance: 42,132  
Referee: Ferdinand Biwersi (West Germany)  
 
Match 18
1-0
Austria
Date: 11 June 1978  
Stadium: Estadio José Maria Minella    
Venue: Mar del Plata    
Attendance: 35,221  
Referee: Robert Wurtz (France)  
First Round - Group 4
 
 
Pos
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1
 Peru
3
2
1
0
7
2
5
5
2
 Netherlands
3
1
1
1
5
3
2
3
3
 Scotland
3
1
1
1
5
6
-1
3
4
 Iran
3
0
1
2
2
8
-6
1
 
   
Match 19
Peru
3-1
Scotland
Date: 3 June 1978   J. Jordan 14'
Stadium: Estadio Chateau Carreras
T. Cubillas 71', 77'
   
Venue: Córdoba    
Attendance: 37,927      
Referee: Ulf Eriksson (Sweden)  
 
Match 20
3-0
Iran
Date: 3 June 1978
R. Rensenbrink 40', 62', 79'
 
Stadium: Estadio Ciudad de Mendoza    
Venue: Mendoza    
Attendance: 33,431  
Referee: Alfonso González Archundia (Mexico)  
 
Match 21
Scotland
1-1
Iran
Date: 7 June 1978 I. Danaeifard 60'
Stadium: Estadio Chateau Carreras    
Venue: Córdoba    
Attendance: 7,938  
Referee: Youssou N'Diaye (Senegal)  
 
Match 22
0-0
Peru
Date: 7 June 1978      
Stadium: Estadio Ciudad de Mendoza      
Venue: Mendoza    
Attendance: 28,125      
Referee: Adolf Prokop (East Germany)  
 
Match 23
Peru
4-1
Iran
Date: 11 June 1978 H. Rowshan 41'
Stadium: Estadio Chateau Carreras
T. Cubillas 36', 39', 79'
 
Venue: Córdoba    
Attendance: 21,262  
Referee: Alojzy Jarguz (Poland)  
 
Match 24
Scotland
3-2
Netherlands
Date: 11 June 1978 R. Rensenbrink 34'
Stadium: Estadio Ciudad de Mendoza
A. Gemmill 47', 68'
J. Rep 71'
Venue: Mendoza    
Attendance: 35,130  
Referee: Erich Linemayr (Austria)  
Second Round - Group A
 
 
Pos
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1
 Netherlands
3
2
1
0
9
4
5
5
2
 Italy
3
1
1
1
2
2
0
3
3
 West Germany
3
0
2
1
4
5
-1
2
4
 Austria
3
1
0
2
4
8
-4
2
 
 
Match 25
5-1
Austria
Date: 14 June 1978   E. Obermayer 79'
Stadium: Estadio Chateau Carreras  
Venue: Córdoba
J. Rep 36', 53'
 
Attendance: 25,050  
Referee: John Gordon (Scotland)    
 
Match 26
0-0
West Germany
Date: 14 June 1978    
Stadium: Estadio Monumental    
Venue: Buenos Aires    
Attendance: 67,547    
Referee: Dušan Maksimović (Yugoslavia)    
 
Match 27
2-2
West Germany
Date: 18 June 1978 R. Abramczik 3'
Stadium: Estadio Chateau Carreras D. Müller 70'
Venue: Córdoba    
Attendance: 40,750    
Referee: Ramón Barreto (Uruguay)  
 
Match 28  
1-0
Austria
Date: 18 June 1978    
Stadium: Estadio Monumental
 
Venue: Buenos Aires    
Attendance: 66,695  
Referee: Francis Rion (Belgium)  
 
Match 29
Austria
3-2
West Germany
Date: 21 June 1978
B. Vogts o.g. 59'
  K. Rummenigge 19'
Stadium: Estadio Chateau Carreras
H. Krankl 66', 87'
B. Hölzenbein 68'
Venue: Córdoba    
Attendance: 38,318  
Referee: Abraham Klein (Israel)    
 
Match 30
2-1
Italy
Date: 21 June 1978 Brandts 18' (o.g.)
Stadium: Estadio Monumental  
Venue: Buenos Aires    
Attendance: 67,433    
Referee: Angel Franco Martínez (Spain)    
Second Round - Group B
 
 
Pos
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1
 Argentina
3
2
1
0
8
0
8
5
2
 Brazil
3
2
1
0
6
1
5
5
3
 Poland
3
1
0
2
2
5
-3
2
4
 Peru
3
0
0
3
0
10
-10
0
 
 
Match 31
3-0
Peru
Date: 14 June 1978
Dirceu 15', 28'
 
Stadium: Estadio Ciudad de Mendoza
Zico 73'
 
Venue: Mendoza
 
Attendance: 31,278    
Referee: Nicolae Rainea (Romania)  
 
Match 32  
2-0
Poland
Date: 14 June 1978
M. Kempes 16', 71'
   
Stadium: Estadio Gigante de Arroyito
 
Venue: Rosario    
Attendance: 37,091  
Referee: Ulf Eriksson (Sweden)  
 
Match 33
Poland
1-0
Peru
Date: 18 June 1978  
Stadium: Estadio Ciudad de Mendoza
 
Venue: Mendoza
 
Attendance: 35,288    
Referee: Pat Partridge (England)  
 
Match 34  
0-0
Brazil
Date: 18 June 1978      
Stadium: Estadio Gigante de Arroyito    
Venue: Rosario    
Attendance: 37,326  
Referee: Károly Palotai (Hungary)  
 
Match 35
3-1
Poland
Date: 21 June 1978 Lato 45'
Stadium: Estadio Ciudad de Mendoza  
Venue: Mendoza
 
Attendance: 39,586    
Referee: Juan Silvagno Cavanna (Chile)  
 
Match 36  
6-0
Peru
Date: 21 June 1978
M. Kempes 21', 48'
   
Stadium: Estadio Gigante de Arroyito  
Venue: Rosario
L. Luque 50, 72'
 
Attendance: 37,315  
Referee: Robert Wurtz (France)  
Third-place match
 
Match 37
2-1
Italy
Date: 24 June 1978 F. Causio 38'
Stadium: Estadio Monumental
Dirceu 72'
 
Venue: Buenos Aires    
Attendance: 69,659    
Referee: Abraham Klein (Israel)    
Final
   
  a.e.t.
Match 38
3-1
Netherlands
Date: 25 June 1978
M. Kempes 38', 105'
  D. Nanninga 82'
Stadium: Estadio Monumental  
Venue: Buenos Aires    
Attendance: 71,483  
  Referee: Sergio Gonella (Italy)  
       
       
GOALSCORERS
 
 
Player
Country
Flag
Goals
 M. Kempes  Argentina
6
 T. Cubillas  Peru
5
 R. Rensenbrink  Netherlands
5
 L. Luque  Argentina
4
 H. Krankl  Austria
4
 J. Rep  Netherlands
3
 P. Rossi  Italy
3
 Roberto Dinamite  Brazil
3
 K. Rummenigge  West Germany
3
 Dirceu  Brazil
3
 E. Brandts  Netherlands
2
 R. Bettega  Italy
2
 A. Gemmill  Scotland
2
 H. Flohe  West Germany
2
 D. Bertoni  Argentina
2
 Nelinho  Brazil
2
 A. Haan  Netherlands
2
 D. Müller  West Germany
2
 G. Lato  Poland
2
 Z. Boniek  Poland
2
 B. Hölzenbein  West Germany
1
 F. Causio  Italy
1
 W. van de Kerkhof  Netherlands
1
 R. Houseman  Argentina
1
 K. Csapó  Hungary
1
 A. Tarantini  Argentina
1
 R. Benetti  Italy
1
 D. Nanninga  Netherlands
1
 A. Eskandarian (Iran) o.g.  Scotland
1
 W. Schachner  Austria
1
 H. Müller  West Germany
1
 J. Velásquez  Peru
1
 D. Rocheteau  France
1
 V. Rangel  Mexico
1
 K. Deyna  Poland
1
 Zico  Brazil
1
 R. van de Kerkhof  Netherlands
1
 M. Berdoll  France
1
 Dani  Spain
1
 S. Zombori  Hungary
1
 J. Asensi  Spain
1
 Reinaldo  Brazil
1
 B. Vogts (West Germany) o.g.  Austria
1
 T. Sjöberg  Sweden
1
 A. Kaabi  Tunisia
1
 R. Abramczik  West Germany
1
 Brandts (Netherlands) o.g.  Italy
1
 J. Jordan  Scotland
1
 N. Ghommidh  Tunisia
1
 D. Passarella  Argentina
1
 C. Lopez  France
1
 A. Szarmach  Poland
1
 M. Dhouieb  Tunisia
1
 B. Lacombe  France
1
 E. Obermayer  Austria
1
 M. Platini  France
1
 A. Vázquez Ayala  Mexico
1
 A. Tóth  Hungary
1
 I. Danaeifard  Iran
1
 R. Zaccarelli  Italy
1
 C. Cueto  Peru
1
 K. Dalglish  Scotland
1
 H. Rowshan  Iran
1
 
   
  
          Last updated: 22 April 2016
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