It is difficult to imagine a collective exhibition of greatness to match Brazil’s fourth and final goal in the 1970 World Cup final. It was the goal, that would live most vividly in the memory of everybody watching. Scarcely four minutes remained when, early in a move that would encompass 10 men, Clodoaldo, perhaps seeking atonement, set off on a fantastic, mazy dribble. He passed forward to Jairzinho, who moved it on to Pele. Carlos Alberto was coming through on an angled run with the intimidating directness of a torpedo. Pele, seeing him come, turned unhurriedly and rolled the ball into his path with a relaxed precision. Without having to check, deviate or adjust his stride, Carlos Alberto smashed the ball with his right foot low into the side-net behind Albertosi’s right-hand post.
Here is a 16×12 inch photo of Carlos Alberto celebrating after scoring “The greatest team goal” in World Cup history. during the 1970 World Cup Final helping Brazil to an historic 4-1 victory.
The photo was personally signed at signing sessions carried out and attended by Allstarsignings.
The item comes with an Allstarsignings certificate of authenticity which will have photographic proof inserted into it and our tamper-proof hologram.