Bobby Moore in 1966 World Cup
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Bobby Moore sets up two of England 1966 World Cup goals

Bobby Moore, who has become the first footballer to be awarded a blue plaque, played a key part in the 1966 World Cup final against West Germany.

The West Ham star not only captained the squad but also set up two of Geoff Hurst's goals, including the infamous fourth goal.

He then led his team up the steps at Wembley to receive the Jules Rimet trophy from the Queen.

Footage courtesy of British Pathe

  • 26 Jul 2016
  • From the section London
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