Brazil Italy 1970

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The 1971 final saw Brazil facing Italy in a masterclass of the beautiful game at the Estadio Azteca. Brazil won all six matches before the final and secured its third World Cup title, becoming the most successful national team at the time with players like the legendary Pelé, Jairzinho, Gérson and Rivellino.

Coached by a former player Mário Zagallo, Brazil showcased a powerhouse of the beautiful game that Italy could not stop. The 4-1 win shows the difference between both sides and why Brazil took the Jules Rimet trophy, making this an iconic football moment, topped by Pele´s memorable leap of joy after scoring.

Italy, on the other side, with the defensive style of play, and organised attack showcased by names like Dino Zoff, Riva, Boninsegna, Mazzola and Rosato could not be the opponent the world of football needed to beat Brazil.
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80% Combed Cotton | 17% Polyamide | 3% Elastane

Made in Portugal


Wash the socks inside out at temperatures not higher than 40ºC (140ºF). Don't dry, dry clean or iron.

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