HOW TO STOP DIEGO?
Never mind the 'Hand of God', Diego Maradona also scored one of the all-time great World Cup goals in Argentina's quarter-final win over England in 1986
But CLICK HERE to find out if it could have been different had Sir Bobby Robson gone ahead with his plan to man-mark the little genius
Why I Love the World Cup - Hoddle
Glenn Hoddle tells Sky Sports Why he Loves the World Cup
Throughout World Cup history, many games have produced incredible drama but rarely has a match created the emotion of England's showdown with Argentina in 1998
A long-standing rivalry, Beckham's red card, Owen's boy wonder, penalties and those fine margins created English melancholy like never before. CLICK HERE to relive the drama
Ones to watch
No.45 - Sergio Aguero
Manchester City's Argentine frontman started the season in exceptional form before a series of niggles stopped him in full flow early in 2014. However, when fit and firing Aguero is undoubtedly a world-class performer and, with defenders being drawn to Lionel Messi, the former Atletico Madrid man is sure to make the most of any extra space he is afforded
Who to follow
No.45 - @InfostradaLive
One of the better providers of football statistics and that will not stop for the World Cup. An example of a recent tweet they shared with the world: 'Carlo Ancelotti joins José Mourinho as coaches that have won the FA Cup, the Coppa Italia and the Copa del Rey', gives you a taste of what they have on offer if you want to impress your mates
World Cup greats
No.45 - Gordon Banks
As a World Cup-winning goalkeeper with England, Banks does not need much of an introduction and is a football icon. From lifting the Jules Rimet trophy to spectacular saves from Pele, the former Leicester City and Stoke City player was one of the greatest of his generation. Banks kept 35 clean sheets in his 73 appearances for his country.