Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Netherlands; reaching the final twice without ever winning?
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Originally Posted by Henk Westbroek
Since Vimes hasn't posted a question, here's another.
This World Cup winning country is unique for 2 reasons. What country am I talking about, and what is unique about them?
Is it related to geography?
Related to winning the world cup outside their home continent?
This may have too much to do with World Cup performances, but Brazil because:
1. The only team to have won the World Cup on a continent that wasn't their own
2. The only Cup-winning country never to have won a World Cup that it hosted
Also the only country to have played in every tournament.
Yeah, that's actually a much more obvious one TBH!
Sadly I didn't think this through and answered without a question in mind, so if anyone has a question to ask please go right ahead.
Brewing one up just now, gimme 5 minutes or so.
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