1-The First Time an Oriundi represented Italy was on January 18, 1920, when Ermano Aebi represented Italy in a Friendly vs. France (9 to 4 win).
Aebi’s father was Swiss though he was born in Italy.
He also scored three goals in this match, therefore he is the first Oriundi to score for Italy as well.
Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, 1978(Ermano Aebi, January 18, 1920, Italy 9-France 4)
2- The First Time that a pair of brothers appeared and won in the World Cup was in 1954 with West Germany’s Walter brothers (Fritz and Ottmar).
The second pair of brothers were England’s Charlton brothers (Jackie and Bobby) in 1966.
Photo From: Deutschlands Fussball Landerspiele, Eine Dokumentation von 1908-1989(Fritz Walter)
Photo From: Deutschlands Fussball Landerspiele, Eine Dokumentation von 1908-1989
Photo From: Voetbal International , August 24, 1985(Charlton Brothers August 1985)
3- The First Time a player scored a hat trick in an official International match was on March 2, 1878, when Scotland’s John Mc Dougall scored three goals vs. England in a 7 to 2 win.
Photo From: A Scottish Soccer Internationalists' Who's Who, 1872-1986, Author: Douglas Lamming(Scotland squad, John McDougall is standing at the back row, on the right, March 2, 1878, Scotland 7-England 2))
4- The First Time a substitute ever scored a hat trick was on June 15, 1982, during the World Cup Finals when Hungary’s Laszlo Kiss scored three goals in eight minutes vs. El Salvador in their record 10 to 1 victory.
Photo From: Mondial, Hors Serie, 1982(Hungary’s Laszlo Kiss)
Photo From: World Soccer, August 1973(England Manager Alf Ramsey)