The globe views football as more than simply a game; for some, it’s a religion. Of course, not in the literal sense that they worship it; rather, they embrace it as a facet of their soul, their feelings, and their daily lives.
People may be unable to hold their adrenaline levels in check during this month of football because of the intense competition.
A considerable proportion of matches have ended with a final score with only one or two goals separating the winners in a few games in some of the previous seasons. Who knows if the upcoming World Cup 2022 would be any different.
This collection of high-scoring World Cup games is for the benefit of football enthusiasts everywhere.
France vs Paraguay
France and Paraguay fought until the hour mark in a high-scoring group-stage affair that was gripping, to say the least.
Paraguay took the lead in the 20th minute through Florencio Amarilla’s goal. Before the half-hour mark, Just Fontaine scored two goals in 7 minutes to allow France a 2-1 advantage. At the stroke of halftime, Amarilla netted the penalty to leave the game 2-2.
After the break, both teams proceeded to score, with Paraguay’s Jorge Romero helping his country recover the lead in the 50th minute. It was only two minutes, though, until Roger Piantoni tied the game 3-3 in France. In the 61st minute, France’s Maryan Wisnieski struck to give his team a 4-3 lead.
Hungary vs Germany
All the attention has been on the 1952 Olympic champions Hungary, who came to Switzerland undefeated in their last 31 games in the World Cup’s highest-scoring campaign (140 goals in 26 matches).
Everyone anticipated Hungary to thrash Germany once more, and when they went up 2-0 early on, it seemed a foregone conclusion. However, the “Miracle of Bern” was presented to the startled throng in a series of spectacular scenes.
The Germans stunned Hungary with two quick goals from Helmut Rahn and Max Morlock to level the score.
Right up until the last six-minute stretch, stylishster this game had been a dead heat. Rahn scored the winning goal for West Germany when the Hungarian goalkeeper stumbled on the pitch during a frantic period of play. For the first time, West Germany was crowned World Champion.
Austria vs Switzerland
During the sweltering heat of the 26th of June 1954, Austria and Switzerland created a World Cup record that has never been broken. This was one of the most memorable matches in World Cup history, dubbed as the “battle in the heat of Lausanne” (also known as “Hitzeschlacht von Lausanne”).
Host nation Switzerland opened the scoring with a goal by Robert Ballaman from outside the penalty area in the 16th minute of play. One minute after the opening goal, attacker Josef Hugi made a second, and in the 19th minute, he added a third to make it 3-0.
Although the United States had an early lead, it would not last long as Austria scored three unanswered goals in the next three minutes to tie the game. It was Austria’s Erich Probst, who scored the game’s final goal to give his team a 7-5 victory in a thrilling contest.
Hungary vs El Salvador
Hungary and El Salvador met in one of the tournament’s most lopsided encounters in 1982 when it was staged in Spain.
Despite the civil violence tearing the country apart, El Salvador qualified for the 1982 World Cup. Laszlo Kiss, a substitute, scored a hat trick in seven minutes to become the first and only non-starter to do so in a finals, as well as the fastest player to do so.
Just after group matches, however, Hungary and El Salvador were eliminated as Argentina and Belgium advanced.
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