The 11th edition of the FIFA World Cup™ was held in 1978, and it brought a first title for hosts Argentina.

The star of the tournament was Mario Kempes, whose six goals – including two in the Final – saw him earn the Golden Boot as the competition’s top scorer.

In the history of the World Cup, only one other Argentinian has won this particular award, and perhaps surprisingly it is not Diego Maradona. That honour belongs to Guillermo Stabile, who scored eight times in just four appearances at the inaugural edition in 1930 and yet, remarkably, was never picked for his country again.