A quiz about England at World Cups that's so tough that even Chuck Norris only got 11 out of 10.
1. Easy one to start off with. Only three players scored for England at the 1990 World Cup in Italy. Gary Lineker got four, David Platt scored three. Who scored the other?
After England’s famous goal in 1966 that evidence suggests didn’t cross the line, Germany got their own back. Frank Lampard’s shot appeared to cross the line but wasn’t given in a second round match. At which World Cup?
At the 1966 World Cup England beat Argentina in the quarter-finals 1-0 in an ill-tempered affair that saw Argentina skipper Antonio Rattin sent off. What reason did referee Kreitlein later give for sending him off?
In 2014 England crashed out at the Group Stages, finishing bottom. But who topped Group D?
England drew 1-1 with Sweden at the 2002 World Cup. Sweden had Henrik Larsson upfront but which English club did he play for on loan?
England experienced all three results at the group stages of the 1986 World Cup losing to Portugal (1-0), drawing with Morocco (0-0) and beating Poland (3-0). So how many points did they end up with?
At the 1982 World Cup England needed to beat Spain to progress from the second group stage. They ended up drawing 0-0 despite which star players making their one and only appearances at the tournament as substitutes in the match?
England lost 2-1 to Romania in the group stages of the 1998 World Cup. Which one-time Premier League player scored Romania’s 90th minute winner?
In that same World Cup England lost on penalties to Argentina. We know who missed the two and you’ll remember that Alan Shearer and Michael Owen scored from the spot. But which other player converted a penalty?
These are the players with most appearances in World Cup games. Shilton (14), Butcher (14), Bobby Charlton (14), Bobby Moore (14). All legends. But which other player boasts 14 appearances?