Sunday, November 4, 2018

Iconic Photographs of the Game, Part Three

These are about the most Iconic Photographs related the game.
These may also be Photographs that have been reproduced in many outlets and have significance.

I. Photo A

Photo From: World Soccer, September 1991
(Bobby Moore lifting the World Cup along with his England teammates, July 30, 1966, World Cup, England 4-West Germany 2)

Photo From: Soccer Monthly, Annual 1983

Date and Location:
July 30, 1966 at Wembley Stadium at London, England


This photo was taken after the 1966 World Cup Final between England and Germany. It is England Captain Bobby Moore hoisted by his teammates with the World Cup Trophy.

 II. Photo B

Photo From: Kicker Sportsmagazin, 100 Jahre Deutsche Landerspiele
(Frank Rijkaard spitting on Rudi Voeller, June 24, 1990, World Cup, West Germany 2-Holland 1)

Date and Location:
June 24, 1990 at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (San Siro) at Milan, Italy

Martina Hellmann/dpa

This photograph shows the instant that Dutchman Frank Rijkaard spat on West Germany striker Rudi Voeller. In the lead-up to this action, Rijkaard had been booked for a foul on Voeller and would have been suspended for the next round. After continuous altercation, both players were sent off. As they were leaving the field, Rijkaard spat on Voeller.

 III. Photo C

Photo From: Daily Telegraph, March 3, 2015
(Dave Mackay and Billy Bremner)

Date and Location:
August 20, 1966, White Hart Lane, London, England

Monte Frisco, British Photographer (Daily Mirror)

It was an English League match between Tottenham and Leeds United. Dave Mackay had recently recovered from breaking the same leg twice in nne months. Billy Bremner kicked the same leg during the match and Mackay felt he had done it on purpose and tried to take to take him to task. (August 20, 1966, Tottenham 3-Leeds United 1).


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