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first_imgAlso read: FIFA WC 18: Argentina Vs Croatia ReviewFIFA World Cup 2018: Stats of the Day – Day 7 AdvertisementGood afternoon, readers! We bring to you today’s edition of FIFA’s “Stats of the Day”.Players of Germany DR celebrating after winning against Germany FR in 1974; photo credits: FIFA.comHere is an excerpt from FIFA’s “Stats of the Day”: 1974 – Australia win their first point at a FIFA World Cup after drawing 0-0 with Chile.               Germany FR and Germany DR play each other in Hamburg, with Jurgen                         Sparwasser scoring the only goal of the game in the 77th minute to give                       Germany DR a 1-0 victory.1986 – Argentina defeat England 2-1 in a historic quarter-final match in Mexico City.                 Diego Maradona nets both Argentinian goals, the first of which as remembered               as the infamous “Hand of God” goal, while the second remains one of the                       greatest goals ever seen in FIFA World Cup history.2002 – A golden goal against Senegal by Ilhan Mansiz in the 94th minute ensures                     Turkey reach a historic semi-final.2006 – Ghana become the only newcomers in the 2006 tournament to advance to the               second stage, courtesy of their 2-1 victory over the USA, with fellow debutants               Angola, Cote d’ Ivoire, Togo and Trinidad and Tobago all eliminated at the end               of the group stage.                                                                                                     In the group-stage match between Brazil and Japan, Carlos Alberto Parreira                   becomes the first coach in FIFA World Cup history to have faced national teams             from all six confederations.2010 – Ten days after beating Cesare Maldini’s record as the oldest coach in the history             of World Cup, Greece’s German coach Otto Rehhagel sets a new record at the                 age of 71 years and 317 days in his team’s 2-0 defeat by Argentina.To read more click here: FIFA Stats of the Day: June 22 center_img Advertisementlast_img read more