Last Updated: 14/05/10 11:11am
This fellow made quite the impact at the first ever World Cup, which was hosted by Uruguay way back in 1930.
Despite not having played for Argentina before, Stabile was handed a call-up to the squad for the 1930 World Cup.
Stabile did not feature in his country's first game of the tournament, which saw them triumph 1-0 over France.
However, against Mexico, Stabile was handed his international debut in the absence of first-choice striker Roberto Cherro.
Stabile made an astonishing impact as he grabbed a hat-trick that helped inspire a 6-3 triumph over the Mexicans.
Argentina's final group game saw them see off Chile 3-1, with Stabile scoring a brace during the encounter.
The South American giants then met the USA in the semi-finals, and they strolled to a 6-1 success as Stabile added a further two goals to his tally.
Argentina then locked horns with hosts Uruguay in the final, and they led 2-1 at the break after Stabile had grabbed their second of the match.
Stabile's side ultimately lost the final 4-2, but he was awarded the Golden Boot for his eight goals scored in four appearances.