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first_img 2 Bobby Moore kisses the Jules Rimet trophy in 1966 MORE ICONIC PLAYERS: GERD ‘DER BOMBER’ MULLERtalkSPORT is your home of the 2018 World Cup. Tune in all throughout the summer to hear live commentary of every game, and visit talkSPORT.com for expert views and analysis of the big games and key moments from Russia. Look at that, Russia 2018 starts in a week and talkSPORT.com is into the final seven icons of its World Cup coutdown.The list featuring Pele, Diego Maradona and Zinedine Zidane, looks at the greatest moments from the most iconic footballers – from great goal scorers and majestic defenders to sensational scoundrels and those who just didn’t know the rules.7) Bobby Moore: England, defender (1962, 1966 and 1970)So iconic, there was even a film released about him to mark 50 years since England won the World Cup. Bobby Moore was more than just one of the most immaculate central defenders ever to grace the World Cup. He was a captain who led with regal authority. In 1966, he even provided two assists in the final: a quick free-kick to West Ham mucker Geoff Hurst to make it 1-1 against West Germany; then later, as the clock ticked down in extra-time, calmly stroking a long pass to Hurst, who made it 4-2. He just had time to wipe his hands clean on his shorts before shaking the hand of the Queen as she presented him with the Jules Rimet Trophy. He was sublime again in 1970, not letting the scandal of the nicked bracelet (evidence: zilch) impact his form. But we’ll always picture him in 1966: smiling, held aloft by his team-mates. English football’s most beloved son. 2last_img read more

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