uruguay 1930 world cup

Uruguay, which was happy after a centenary of independence from Spanish ruling, and had twice won the Olympics in soccer, eventually won 4-2 in the final of the 1930 world cup, but not before enduring the drama of a half time 1-2 deficit after a dodgy goal from Stabile. The team was skippered by Jose Nasazzi, the Uruguayans proved a much more durable side, Pedro Ceo scoring a memorable equaliser in the final.

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