Fans choose four more #WorldCupAtHome matches to be re-broadcast
World Cup games: Nigeria v Italy (1994), Netherlands v Mexico (2014) & France v Argentina (2018)
Women’s World Cup game: Germany v Sweden (2003)
Given a choice of games from the USA 1994, Brazil 2014 and Russia 2018 editions of the FIFA World Cup™, and the FIFA Women’s World Cup USA 2003™, fans voted on Twitter to relive some remarkable games, sprinkled with fine individual performances and late drama.
Kylian Mbappe’s coming-of-age World Cup performance is the headline act this weekend. The then-teenage France starlet delivered a performance of devastating and ruthless pace and precision to put Argentina to the sword at Russia 2018. That showing is complemented by some injury-time and extra-time drama in the other full games to be shown, with Roberto Baggio’s heroics in 1994 against Nigeria and the Netherlands’ remarkable turnaround against Mexico at Brazil 2014 completing the World Cup line-up.
The Women’s World Cup will also showcase some extra time theatre on Monday, with the #WorldCupAtHome set to bear witness to its first Golden Goal in the 2003 Final between Germany and Sweden.
The schedule for this weekend (FIFATV on YouTube): Friday 20:00 CET: Nigeria v Italy – USA 1994 Round of 16 Saturday 18:00 CET: France v Argentina – Russia 2018 Round of 16 Sunday 18:00 CET: Netherlands v Mexico – Brazil 2014 Round of 16 Monday 20:00 CET: Germany v Sweden – USA 2003 Final
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