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The six seeded teams for the tournament were announced on 7 December The seeds were decided by FIFA, primarily based on the nations' performance in the World Cup , with the World Cup also considered as a secondary influence.
Six of the final eight in had qualified for the tournament, the missing nations being Mexico quarter-final in and France third place.
Italy — who were seeded first as hosts — had not reached the final eight in and this left FIFA needing to exclude one of the three qualified nations who were eliminated in the quarter-finals: Brazil, England or Spain.
Owing to their performance in but also to their overall World Cup record, Brazil were seeded third and not considered to drop out of the seedings.
Spain had only been eliminated in on penalties, albeit by fourth-placed Belgium, while England had been defeated in 90 minutes by eventual winners Argentina; both countries had also reached the second stage in the event, playing in the same group in the second group stage with England ending up ahead of Spain, but Spain had also appeared in the event , while England had failed to qualify.
Spanish officials believed the seeding was contrived to ensure England would be placed in Group F, the group to be held off the Italian mainland, in a bid to contain England's hooliganism problems.
So they invented this formula". England merited the sixth position. This is in no way a concession to English hooliganism". Meanwhile, the Netherlands also had an argument that on grounds of recent footballing form, they should be seeded, as the winners of the European Championship , in which both Spain and England had been eliminated in the group stages, while Belgium fourth in the World Cup after beating Spain, and thus seeded in had failed to even qualify: but this argument was countered by the fact that the Netherlands had themselves failed to qualify for both the and World Cups, which was considered the most important factor in the decision not to seed them.
As it happened, the two teams considered the most unlucky not to be seeded, namely Spain and the Netherlands, were both drawn in groups against the two teams considered the weakest of the seeded nations, namely Belgium and England: and the arguments over the seeding positions fizzled out.
England could be said to have justified their seeded position by narrowly winning their group ahead of the Netherlands: while Spain seemed to have made their own point about being worth a seeded position, by defeating Belgium to top their own group, in doing so gaining a measure of revenge for the fact that it was Belgium who had eliminated them in On 9 December the draw was conducted at the Palazzetto dello Sport in Rome, where the teams were drawn out from the three pots to be placed with the seeded teams in their predetermined groups.
The only stipulation of the draw was that no group could feature two South American teams. The event also featured the official mascot of this World Cup, Ciao , a stick figure player with a football head and an Italian tricolor body that formed the word "ITALIA" when deconstructed and reconstructed.
The finals tournament began in Italy on 8 June and concluded on 8 July. The format of the competition remained the same as in : 24 qualified teams were divided into six groups of four.
The top two teams and four best third-place finishers from the six groups advanced to the knockout stage, which eliminated the teams until a winner emerged.
In total, 52 games were played. The tournament generated a record low goals-per-game average and a then-record of 16 red cards were handed out. Two exceptions were the eventual champions West Germany and hosts Italy, the only teams to win three of their four knockout matches in normal time.
There were four penalty shoot-outs, a record subsequently equalled in the , and tournaments. Eight matches went to extra time, a record equalled in the tournament.
Ireland and Argentina were prime examples of this trend of cautious defensive play; the Irish team fell behind in two of their three group matches and only equalised late in both games.
Losing finalists Argentina, meanwhile, scored only five goals in the entire tournament a record low for a finalist.
Argentina also became the first team to advance twice on penalty shoot-outs and the first team to fail to score and have a player sent off in a World Cup final.
Largely as a result of this trend FIFA introduced the back-pass rule in time for the tournament to make it harder for teams to time-waste by repeatedly passing the ball back for their goalkeepers to pick up.
Three, rather than two points would be awarded for victories at future tournaments to help further encourage attacking play. Cameroon reached the quarter-finals, where they were narrowly defeated by England.
Their success was fired by the goals of Roger Milla , a year-old forward who came out of international retirement to join the national squad at the last moment after a personal request from Cameroonian President Paul Biya.
Milla's four goals and flamboyant goal celebrations made him one of the tournament's biggest stars as well as taking Cameroon to the last eight.
In reaching this stage, they had gone further than any African nation had ever managed in a World Cup before; a feat only equalled twice since by Senegal in and Ghana in Their success was African football's biggest yet on the world stage and FIFA subsequently decided to allocate the CAF qualifying zone an additional place for the next World Cup tournament.
Despite the performances of nations such as Cameroon, Colombia, Ireland, Romania and Costa Rica, the semi-finalists consisted of Argentina, England, Italy and West Germany, all previous World Cup winners, with eight previous titles between them.
After the tournament , this is only the second time in the history of the World Cup this has occurred. The teams which finished first, second and third had also contested both the two previous World Cup Finals between themselves.
The Group stage saw the twenty-four teams divided into six groups of four teams. Each group was a round-robin of six games, where each team played one match against each of the other teams in the same group.
Teams were awarded two points for a win, one point for a draw and none for a defeat. The teams coming first and second in each group qualified for the Round of The four best third-placed teams would also advance to the next stage.
Typical of a World Cup staged in Europe, the matches all started at either or in the evening; this allowed for the games to avoid being played in the heat of an Italian summer, which would soar past 86F 30C all over Italy.
Hosts Italy won Group A with a percent record. A second 1—0 victory followed against a United States team already thumped 5—1 by Czechoslovakia.
The Czechoslovaks ended runners-up in the group, while the USA's first appearance in a World Cup Finals since ended with three consecutive defeats.
Cameroon defeated reigning champions Argentina. In their second game the introduction of Roger Milla was the catalyst for a 2—1 win over Romania , Milla scoring twice from the bench making him the oldest goalscorer in the tournament.
With progression assured, Cameroon slumped to a 4—0 defeat in their final group game to the Soviet Union in what would be their last World Cup due to the dissolution of the Soviet Union , who were striving to stay in the tournament on goal difference after successive 2—0 defeats.
Argentina lost their veteran goalkeeper, Nery Pumpido, to a broken leg during their victory over the USSR: his replacement, Sergio Goycochea, proved to be one of the stars of their tournament.
In the final match, a 1—1 draw between Romania and Argentina sent both through, equal on points and on goal difference but Romania having the advantage on goals scored: Romania were thus second, Argentina qualified as one of the best third-placed teams.
Costa Rica beat Scotland 1—0 in their first match, lost 1—0 to Brazil in their second, then saw off Sweden 2—1 to claim a place in the second round.
Brazil took maximum points from the group. They began with a 2—1 win over Sweden, then beat both Costa Rica and Scotland 1—0. Scotland's 2—1 win over Sweden was not enough to save them from an early return home as one of the two lowest-ranked third-placed teams.
Group D featured the most goals of all the groups, most due to two large wins of West Germany and defensive inadequacies of a United Arab Emirates team that lost 2—0 to Colombia , 5—1 to West Germany and 4—1 to Yugoslavia.
The West Germans topped the group after a 4—1 opening victory over group runners-up Yugoslavia. Belgium won their first two games against South Korea and Uruguay to ensure their progress; Uruguay's advance to the second round came with an injury time winner against South Korea to edge them through as the weakest of the third-placed sides to remain in the tournament.
In the six group games, no team managed to score more than once in a match. England beat Egypt 1—0, the only match with a decisive result, and that was enough to win the group.
England took the lead with an early goal for Lineker against Ireland, but Sheedy's late equalizer secured a draw. The Netherlands drew with Egypt: they had taken a 1—0 lead, but Egypt equalised with a penalty by Abdelghani.
England then drew 0—0 with the Netherlands; a goal from a free-kick by Pearce was disallowed. For the second World Cup in succession, however, England lost their captain Bryan Robson to an injury which put him out of the tournament, just over halfway through their second match.
Ireland missed a number of scoring opportunities in the second half of the other 0—0 draw against Egypt.
England's victory over Egypt, thanks to a 58th-minute goal from Mark Wright , put them top of the group: in the other match, Gullit gave the Netherlands the lead against Ireland, but Niall Quinn scored a second-half equalizer and the two teams finished in second and third, still with identical records.
Both teams qualified but they had to draw lots to place the teams in second and third place. Ireland won the drawing of lots against the Netherlands for second place in Group F: the Netherlands were the only third-placed team not to have won any matches - or lost any: they progressed with three draws 3 points.
The knockout stage involved the 16 teams that qualified from the group stage of the tournament. There were four rounds of matches, with each round eliminating half of the teams entering that round.
The successive rounds were: round of 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals, final. For each game in the knockout stage, any draw at 90 minutes was followed by 30 minutes of extra time ; if scores were still level there would be a penalty shoot-out five penalties each, if neither team already had a decisive advantage, and more if necessary to determine who progressed to the next round.
Scores after extra time are indicated by aet and penalty shoot-outs are indicated by p. Two of the ties — Brazil vs Argentina and Italy vs Uruguay — pitted former champion countries against each other and West Germany met the Netherlands in a rematch of the World Cup Final.
The all-South American game was won for Argentina by a goal from Claudio Caniggia with 10 minutes remaining after a run through the Brazilian defence by Diego Maradona and a strong performance from their goalkeeper Sergio Goycochea.
It would later come to light that Branco had been offered water spiked with tranquillisers by Maradona and Ricardo Giusti during half time, to slow him down in the second half.
Initially discredited by the press, Branco would be publicly proven right years later, when Maradona confessed the episode on a TV show in Argentina.
After 22 minutes Rudi Völler and Rijkaard were both dismissed after a number of incidents between the two players, including Rijkaard spitting on Völler.
As the players walked off the pitch together, Rijkaard spat on Völler a second time. Early in the second half, Jürgen Klinsmann put the West Germans ahead and Andreas Brehme added a second with eight minutes left.
A Ronald Koeman penalty for the Netherlands in the 89th minute narrowed the score to 2—1 but the Germans saw the game out to gain some revenge for their exit to the Dutch in the previous European Championship.
Meanwhile, in Cameroon v. Colombia, Roger Milla was introduced as a second-half substitute with the game goalless, eventually breaking the deadlock midway in extra time.
Though the deficit was soon reduced to 2—1, Cameroon held on to become the first African team ever to reach the World Cup quarter-finals.
The Republic of Ireland's match with Romania remained goalless after extra time and the Irish side won 5—4 on penalties.
David O'Leary converted the penalty that clinched Ireland's place in the quarter-finals. Ireland thus became the first team since Sweden in to reach the last eight in a World Cup finals tournament without winning a match outright.
England were the final qualifier against Belgium, as midfielder David Platt 's swivelling volley broke the stalemate with the game moments away from a penalty shoot-out.
The first game of the last 8 saw Argentina and a Yugoslav side, reduced to 10 men after only half an hour, play out a goalless stalemate.
The holders reached the semi-finals after winning the penalty shoot-out 3—2, despite Maradona having his penalty saved. A second Argentine miss by Pedro Troglio looked to have eliminated them until goalkeeper Sergio Goycochea — playing because first choice Nery Pumpido broke his leg during the group stage — rescued his side by stopping the Yugoslavs' final two spotkicks.
In , the FIWC first appeared in the Guinness World Records  — but it was not until that the competition saw the current record of more than 2.
For the first time in the history of the competition Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players competed against each other. With the integration of the new consoles the number of participants increased significantly, compared to previous years when the FIWC was only available on PlayStation 3.
The semi-finals and final took place on 4 August The players qualify via the console playoffs where the top 16 players make it through to the eWorld Cup finals.
The participants are divided into four groups two for each console with the top 16 players moving on to the knockout stage.
The Grand Final is a multi-day event with draw and competition being broken up into three days. The winner is crowned in a live show at the end of the event.
The broadcast was shown in more than countries around the world. Fox Sports 1 showed the Final live in the United States.
The show was moderated by host Kay Murray. The trophy was handed over by former Spanish International David Villa.
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