Unforgettable Latino Goals In World Cup History

06/03/2014 11:07 am ET | Updated Jun 03, 2014
  • Omar Porcayo The Huffington Post
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Great Latino players have been written into the golden pages of the World Cup's history.

Just weeks before the start of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, we take a look at 15 of the best goals in the history of our teams. The scores that we will never forget and those that thrilled our parents and grandparents.

Check out the list and let us know if we missed one:

  • 16 Carlos Tévez
  • Argentina - Mexico (South Africa 2010)
  • 15 Ronaldinho
  • Brazil - England (Japan - Korea 2002)
  • 14 Claudio Caniggia
  • Argentina - Brazil (Italy 90)
  • 13 Esteban Cambiasso
  • Argentina - Serbia (Germany 2006)
  • 12 Francisco Arce
  • Paraguay - South Africa (Japan - Korea 2002)
  • 11 Cuauhtémoc Blanco
  • Mexico - Belgium (France 98)
  • 10 Diego Forlán
  • Uruguay - Holland (South Africa 2010)
  • 9 Careca
  • Brazil - France (Mexico 86)
  • 8 Teófilo Cubillas
  • Peru - Scotland (Argentina 78)
  • 7 Diego Forlán
  • Uruguay - Senegal (Japan - Korea 2002)
  • 6 Manuel Negrete
  • Mexico - Bulgaria (Mexico 86)
  • 5 Maxi Rodríguez
  • Argentina - Mexico (Germany 2006)
  • 4 Carlos Alberto
  • Brazil - Italy (Mexico 70)
  • 3 Pelé
  • Brazil - Sweden (Sweden 58)
  • 2 Diego Maradona
  • Argentina - England (Mexico 86)
  • 1 Marcos Coll
    Colombia - Soviet Union (Chile 62)
  • It has been the only "Olympic Goal" scored in the FIFA World Cup.

EDITOR's NOTE: A previous version of this article was titled "15 Unforgettable Latino Goals In World Cup History." We have added Marcos Coll's "Olympic Goal" and have changed the headline.

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