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Starting with the most obvious, the World Cup final is the pinnacle of any player's career.
Appearing in the major competition is a marvellous achievement in itself, but winning the trophy remains a distant dream to all but eight nations since the inaugural tournament took place in 1930.
Now consider winning it twice.
Only five countries have achieved such an amazing feat. Without peeking, can you name them?
Brazil currently have five titles to their name, closely followed by Italy with four. Germany have three titles, while Argentina and Uruguay have two each.
Just think about that Brazil stat for one second.
Five wins in 19 tournaments produces a ridiculous rate of success. Having failed to land the famous trophy in their last two competitions, the 2014 World Cup on home soil could quite easily finish with the Samba Boys winning an unprecedented sixth title.