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1994 D World Cup Soccer Commemorative Silver Coin $1 NGC MS 69 MS69 PL

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Item details

Condition
NGC Graded MS69 PL
Material
Silver
Mint
Denver
Numeric Grade
MS69 PL
Certification
NGC
Certification Number
2352213-005
Grade
MS 69
Year
1994
Denomination
$1
Circulated/Uncirculated
Uncirculated
Strike Type
Proof
Mint Location
Denver
Composition
Silver
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
UPC
NA
MPN
NA

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1994 D World Cup Soccer Commemorative Silver Coin $1 NGC MS 69 MS69 PL (Proof Like)

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1994 D World Cup Commemorative $1 Silver Coin
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Extremely Rare Grade MS69 PL Proof Like
This Is Not A Regular 1994 World Cup Coin
PL Coins Are Very Rare

Population Of The NGC MS69 PL Last Time I Checked Is A Mere 91 Specimens




 

Brazil and Italy played the final of the 1994 World Cup. This time, not even Romário could help Brazil win. For the first time in the History of World Cups, a final ends in 0 x 0, and must be decided in penalty kicks. This happened because both Brazil and Italy had a scheme which privileged first the defense, and, luck allowing, the attack.
Brazil won in the penalties. The Italians missed three of four kicks.
Brazil was four times champion. Brazilians refer to this cup as the Cup that Romário won for Brazil.

 

The second round of the cup, brought few shocks. Most notable was Argentina's elimination by the tough squad of Romania. As mentioned before, Maradona's suspension had an enormous effect on the Argentine squad while the Romanians played on top of their game. Brazil defeated the US with a narrow 1-0 victory. The close result was mainly due to a superb performance by the American goalkeeping. Sweden put an end to Saudi Arabia's 15 minutes of fame. Similarly, Spain blew away Switzerland with a classic 3-0 victory. Germany continued their march over Belgium (3-2) who complained of being ripped off with an overlooked penalty. Jurgen Klinsmann solidified himself as a centre figure in the German team, scoring his fifth goal of the tournament. With little flair, Holland defeated the Irish 2-0. Bulgaria also managed to sneak to the next round with a victory over talented Mexico. The game finished in a 1-1 draw with an explosive goal from Hristo Stoichkov. The Bulgarians prevailed in the penalty shootout.

 

Quarterfinals

9.7.1994

Italy

Spain

2 - 1

 

Brazil

Holland

3 - 2

10.7.1994

Bulgaria

Germany

2 - 1

 

Sweden

Romania

2 - 2 (5-4)

 

 

Conversely to the previous round, the quarterfinals produced far more exciting football. Former champion Germany was sent home by newcomer Bulgaria who up to this tournament had never won a World Cup match. In a tremendous battle, the Bulgarians enforced their creative play and brought Jurgen Klinsmann and his teammates to tears. In another dramatic clash, Brazil defeated Holland 3-2. Resolution came late in the even game from a free kick, which the Brazilian converted for the final 3-2. Spain was beaten by Italy thanks to Roberto Baggio's decisive goal scoring. Suspicious refereeing might have also favored Italy in the match. Romania and Sweden produced another thriller, which was eventually decided by a penalty shootout. Unfortunately for Romania, Ravelli, the Swedish keeper had a good field day.

 

Semi-finals

13.7.1994

Italy

Bulgaria

2 - 1

 

Brazil

Sweden

1 - 0

 

 

When Italy and Bulgaria met, it was a clash of two very different teams. Hristo Stoichkov of Bulgaria was leading a relatively green squad whereas Roberto Baggio was backed by number of street-smart veterans. With Baresi and Maldini at the back, the Italians easily enforced their tempo. With two early goals by Baggio, Italy were ready to put the game away. Bulgaria appealed for unjust refereeing, but the final result remains: 2-1. Brazil also put away their opponent through caution. Dangerous Sweden had not reached the semifinal by chance. Romario showed his stuff by producing the lone goal in the match. It was all that Brazil needed.

3rd Place

16.7.1994

Sweden

Bulgaria

4 - 0

 

 

The concept of a 3-rd place match is somewhat peculiar, for it does not exist in other soccer tournaments. To further complicate matters, both semi-finalists are awarded with Bronze medals. Sweden, deservedly won 3-rd place, mainly because Bulgaria came out prepared for a friendly encounter.

 

Final Brazil - Italy

Time

July 17, 1994

Venue

Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Los Angeles

Attendance

94,194

Referee

Sandor Puhl (Hungary)

 

 

Brazil

 

03

Taffarel

 

 

Jorginho

21' Out

 

Aldair

 

 

Marcio Santos

 

 

Branco

 

 

Dunga

 

 

Mauro Silva

 

 

Mazinho

 

 

Zinho

109' Out

 

Bebeto

 

 

Romario

 

 

 

 

 

Cafu

21' In

 

Viola

109' In

 

 

 

 

 

Italy

 

02

Pagliuca

 

 

Mussi

34' Out

 

Maldini

 

 

Baresi

 

 

Benarivo

 

 

Donadoni

 

 

D.Baggio

101' Out

 

Albertini

 

 

Berti

 

 

R.Baggio

 

 

Massaro

 

 

 

 

 

Apolloni

34' In

 

Evani

101' In

 

 

 

 

 

Champion Brazil

Second Italy

Third Sweden

Fourth Bulgaria