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Unresolved mysteries in football history



There are many mysteries in football history that will forever go unanswered when even the main character does not know what really happened.

What happened to Ronaldo?
If you are a veteran football fan, you will definitely not forget the sporting event in the 1998 World Cup final between Brazil and France. The betting game Ku casino site recounted that this was also the most mysterious loss for the bettors who had put their faith in Brazil. Before the match, Ronaldo was suddenly removed from the list by coach Mario Zagallo. When the reporters and TV units did not understand what was going on, Ronaldo was given the name to replace Edmundo. Despite great expectations, Ronaldo played poorly in the final and Brazil lost to France 0-3.

The Brazilian players later recalled that at noon on the day of the final, Ronaldo had epilepsy, convulsions and foam in the room. He was then taken to the examination, injected with drugs and guaranteed fitness to compete in the final. This story is so unbelievable that a series of Brazilian players have to testify before the government of this country to find out the truth after Brazil lost the match. However, the truth about Ronaldo's seizures remains a mystery. Ronaldo himself admitted he "does not remember anything" about this incident.



Unjust Eduard Streltsov
Soviet football fans still believe that if Streltsov appears at the 1958 World Cup, Pele will not win the world championship with Brazil and football history will change. On the threshold of the World Cup in Sweden, Streltsov was a big star in the Soviet attack line when he won the men's football gold medal at the 1956 Olympics. However, during the rally ahead of the World Cup, Streltsov was accused of raping a woman named Mariana Lebedeva at a party. Streltsov was sentenced to seven years in prison, despite Lebedeva's subsequent withdrawal of the denunciation.

No one knew for sure what really happened that day, except for Streltsov and Lebedeva. Streltsov always asserted that he was innocent, but he spent 7 years in prison for this charge. And Lebedeva has been silent ever since. There have been rumors that Streltsov was retaliated for refusing to marry the daughter of an important figure at the time. However, the most surprising thing was that after serving seven years in prison, Streltsov still maintained his form and helped Torpedo Moscow club to win the Soviet Union twice. Streltsov died in 1990 of nasopharyngeal cancer. The day after Streltsov's death, witnesses confirmed Lebedeva visited his grave in Moscow.

European Championship and disappears
Helmuth Duckadam was the hero who helped Steaua Bucharest win the European Cup in 1986 by successfully pushing four penalty shoot-outs from Barca players. However, Duckadam disappeared three years later. There were many rumors that day about Duckadam being cut off because it made the bettors lose money by the final against Barca. In reply to Fourfourtwo in 2019, Duckadam revealed that after the final that year, he was forced to participate in the match-fixing but refused. Soon after, he was fined by the club and the doctor revealed that he had an aneurysm in his right hand and was unable to play. Duckadam's career ends at the top in such a mysterious way. Many people are skeptical about whether Duckadam really had an aneurysm.

The death of Sandor Kocsis
The Hungarian team player scored 11 goals at the 1954 World Cup and is the only player in history to score two hat-tricks in a single world cup. According to MLSZ, in 1974, Kocsis had to amputate part of his left leg due to the effects of cancer. Thus, he became deeply depressed. A few months later, Kocsis died after falling from a hospital window. Until now, the police still cannot determine if Kocsis committed suicide or had an accident.

1970 World Cup: Gordon Banks suffering from beer poisoning?
Banks is the official goalkeeper in the trip to conquer the 1966 World Cup of the Three Lions. Four years later, before a confrontation with West Germany in the quarterfinals, Banks drank a few sips of beer and suffered severe abdominal pain. That situation repeated up to 2 days. Finally, head coach Ramsey had to enter the name of goalkeeper Peter Ponetti into the starting lineup. Worst scenario happened, the first time he was caught in the World Cup match, Ponetti had the worst performance of his career. As a result, England lost to West Germany.




1990 World Cup: Argentina's "Holy Water"
In the 1/8 World Cup match in 1990 when Brazil faced Argentina, the match was forced to pause when a Tango player was in pain. During that time, Argentina's medical staff Lorenzo gave a bottle of water to defender Branco (Brazil) to drink. Moments later, when the match came back, Branco felt dizzy and dizzy, unable to keep up with Maradona. In the 80th minute, Maradona himself passed the ball to Caniggia to score the only goal of the match.

After the above events, there have been many conspiracy theories. Many people believe that the water that Branco drank has been sedated. Whether right or wrong, this is still considered a mystery with no solution !

World Cup 1998 : Brazil ceding the championship to France?
An email from the source TV Globo revealed the secret that Selecao had a tacit agreement with FIFA about the 1998 World Cup at the price of 23 million USD !
Specifically, Brazil "helped" France win the World Cup to please the new FIFA president, Sepp Blatter; at the same time soothed the unstable social situation of France at that time. Four years later, FIFA made Brazil's path to victory easier than ever. In addition, Brazil will be hosting the largest soccer tournament on the planet within the next decade.

Do you believe it, when all of the above have come true? In World Cup 1998, Brazil unexpectedly lost to France in the final. The following World Cup, the Selecao were crowned champions after overcoming Germany in the final. And yet, in 2014, Brazil officially hosted the biggest football tournament on the planet.

The mystery was why only Banks got poisoned, while his teammates drank the same beer. "Up to now, I still do not understand why I got poisoned. Everyone drinks the same beer, but only me has a stomachache, it's unbelievable!". Banks told Sportsmail in 2016.

Football really has a strong charm filled with mystery and passion. The relationship between betting and football, money, and fame makes many people want to be behind "driving" this lucrative market. So, if you are one of the people who are betting your money on it, you have to be smart. download app kubet now to play betting as well as know how to choose the type of game that suits you best.










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