Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollections

World Cup Usa '94 / The Final : Facts And Figures

July 18, 1994

CHAMPIONSHIP At Rose Bowl

Brazil: 0

Italy: 0

Brazil wins on penalty kicks, 3-2

SCORING SUMMARY

Italy: 0 0 0--0

Brazil: 0 0 0--0

*

First half scoring--None.

Second half scoring--None.

Overtime--None.

Penalty kicks--Italy 2 (Baresi NG, Albertini G, Evani G, Massaro NG, RBaggio NG); Brazil 3 (Marcio Santos NG, Romario G, Branco G, Dunga G).

Shots on goal--Italy: 8 (RBaggio 4, Albertini, Donadoni, Massaro, Evani); Brazil: 22 (Romario 5, Bebeto 3, Branco 3, Cafu 2, Dunga 2, Mauro Silva 2, Viola 2, Zinho 2, Mazinho).

Fouls--Italy: 18 (Apolloni 4, DBaggio 3, Berti 3, Donadoni 2, Massaro 2, Albertini, RBaggio, Baresi, Maldini); Brazil: 18 (Mauro Silva 3, Romario 3, Bebeto 2, Branco 2, Dunga 2, Mazinho 2, Romario 2, Aldair, Branco).

Times Fouled--Italy: 18 (Donadoni 5, Berti 3, Apolloni 2, RBaggio 2, Baresi 2, Maldini 2, Massaro 2); Brazil: 18 (Romario 5, Marcio Santos 3, Mazinho 3, Branco 2, Aldair, Dunga, Jorginho, Taffarel, Zinho).

Offsides--Italy: 3 (Massaro 3); Brazil: 9 (Bebeto 6, Romario 2, Aldair).

Yellow Cards--Italy (Apolloni 42nd, Albertini 43rd); Brazil (Mazinho 4th, Cafu 87th).

Red Cards--None.

Referee: Puhl, Hungary. Linesmen--Zarate, Paraguay; Fanei, Iran.

Attendance--94,194.

LINEUPS

Italy--Gianluca Pagliuca; Roberto Mussi (Luigi Apolloni 35th), Franco Baresi, Antonio Benarrivo, Paulo Maldini; Demetrio Albertini, Dino Baggio (Alberigo Evani 95th), Nicola Berti, Roberto Donadoni; Roberto Baggio, Daniele Massaro.

Brazil--Claudio Taffarel; Jorginho (Cafu 21st), Branco, Aldair, Marcio Santos, Mazinho, Mauro Silva, Dunga, Zinho (Viola 106th); Bebeto, Romario.

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME SCORES

Year Site Score 1930 Uruguay Uruguay 4, Argentina 2 1934 Italy Italy 2, Czechoslovakia 1, OT 1938 France Italy 4, Hungary 2 1950 Brazil Uruguay 2, Brazil 1 1954 Switzerland West Germany 3, Hungary 2 1958 Sweden Brazil 5, Sweden 2 1962 Chile Brazil 3, Czechoslovakia 1 1966 England England 4, West Germany 2, OT 1970 Mexico Brazil 4, Italy 1 1974 West Germany West Germany 2, Netherlands 1 1978 Argentina Argentina 3, Netherlands 1, OT 1982 Spain Italy 3, West Germany 1 1986 Mexico Argentina 3, West Germany 2 1990 Italy West Germany 1, Argentina 0 1994 U.S.A. Brazil 0, Italy 0 (Brazil won, 3-2, on penalty kicks)

LEADING SCORERS

Year Player, Country Goals 1930 Guillermo Stabile, Argentina 8 1934 Angelo Schiavo, Italy 4 Oldrich Nejedly, Czechoslovakia 4 Edmund Conen, Germany 4 1938 Leonidas, Brazil 8 1950 Ademir, Brazil 7 1954 Sandor Kocsis, Hungary 11 1958 Just Fontaine, France 13 1962 Drazan Jerkovic, Yugoslovia 5 1966 Eusebio, Portugal 9 1970 Gerd Muller, West Germany 10 1974 Grzegorz Lato, Poland 7 1978 Mario Kempes, Argentina 6 1982 Paolo Rossi, Italy 6 1986 Gary Lineker, England 6 1990 Salvatore Schillaci, Italy 6 1994 Oleg Salenko, Russia 6 Hristo Stoitchkov, Bulgaria 6

ATTENDANCE

Yearly attendance for final tournaments with year, site, total games, attendance and average attendance per match:

Year Site GP Att Avg 1930 Uruguay 18 434,500 24,138 1934 Italy 17 395,000 23,235 1938 France 18 483,000 26,833 1950 Brazil 22 1,337,000 60,772 1954 Switzerland 26 943,000 36,270 1958 Sweden 35 868,000 24,800 1962 Chile 32 776,000 24,250 1966 England 32 1,614,677 50,458 1970 Mexico 32 1,673,975 52,311 1974 West Germany 38 1,774,022 46,684 1978 Argentina 38 1,610,215 42,374 1982 Spain 52 1,766,277 33,967 1986 Mexico 52 2,199,941 42,307 1990 Italy 52 2,510,686 48,282 1994 U.S.A 52 3,567,415 68,604

SCORING

Goal totals for all World Cup final tournaments with year, site, games played, goals andaverage:

Year Site GP G Avg. 1930 Uruguay 18 70 3.88 1934 Italy 17 70 4.11 1938 France 18 84 4.66 1950 Brazil 22 88 4.00 1954 Switzerland 26 140 5.38 1958 Sweden 35 126 3.60 1962 Chile 32 89 2.78 1966 England 32 89 2.78 1970 Mexico 32 95 2.96 1974 West Germany 38 97 2.55 1978 Argentina 38 102 2.68 1982 Spain 52 146 2.80 1986 Mexico 52 132 2.53 1990 Italy 52 115 2.21 1994 United States 52 142 2.73 Totals 516 1581 3.06

KEY: GP--Games played; G--Goals

Advertisement
Los Angeles Times Articles
|
|
|