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USA 94

USA 94 in images: 25 years on

Gheorghe Hagi of Romania was one of the star's of the tournament, after which he was signed by Barcelona.

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Mexico keeper Jorge Campos will forever be remembered for his colourful and perhaps slightly ill-fitting shirt.

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Paolo Maldini of Italy and AC Milan was deputy captain for Frano Baresi and played in all seven matches up to the final.

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Brazil with the trophy after beating Italy in the final. A young Ronaldo Nazario can be seen at the front.

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Diego Maradona will be remembered for one of the most infamous World Cup goal celebrations as he ran towards one of the sideline cameras shouting with a distorted face and bulging eyes.

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Roberto Baggio's famous ponytail was one of the iconic styles of the tournament.

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The event marked a turning point for American soccer, which was played at stadiums that were only used to hosting NFL games.

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Andrés Escobar was tragically murdered upon his return to Colombia for scoring an own-goal against the USA, which contributed to his team's elimination from the tournament.

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Roberto Baggio after he missed his penalty in the final shootout against Brazil.

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Nigeria's infamous away kit is regarded as one of the ugliest in history.

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In 1994, Bolivia reached the World Cup for the first time in 44 years. They have yet to feature at a tournamnent since USA 94.

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Host nation the USA were handed the tournament by Fifa in an attempt to reinvigorate Stateside soccer. One journalist likened Fifa's decision to “holding a major skiing competition in an African country.” However the tournament will forever be fondly remembered, producing some of football's most enduring memories.

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Cameroon's Roger Milla, who became the oldest player ever to score a goal in World Cup history at 42, with Russia's Oleg Salenko.

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Thomas Brolin of Sweeden scored three goals at the tournament that earned him a place in the competition's World Cup All Star Team.

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Brazil striker Bebeto, who put his diffences aside with Romario to allow the pair to form the most potent striking partnership at the tournament.

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Romario of Brazil, who scored five goals in the tournament.

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Luis Enrique of Spain, who suffered a bloody broken nose in the 1994 World Cup when he was elbowed in the face by Italy's Mauro Tassotti.

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Saudi Arabia qualified for the tournament for the first time in 1994, along with Greeca and Nigeria.

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Colombia's Carlos Valderamma in action against host nation USA.

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