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Are you a World Cup nerd?

PUBLISHED: 12:00 26 June 2018

Football fans and tourists in front of the Mamayev Kurgan in Volgograd. Photo: Owen Humphreys / PA

Football fans and tourists in front of the Mamayev Kurgan in Volgograd. Photo: Owen Humphreys / PA

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The group stages are almost complete, but how much of a World Cup nerd are you?

Can you name the two teams who have won the World Cup in consecutive tournaments?

Who holds the record for most goals scored in a World Cup tournament with 13?

Which national team has the most finishes in the top two?

Which player has won the most championships?

Which team has conceded zero goals in an entire tournament?

All these questions and more are in our World Cup quiz. How much of a World Cup nerd are you?

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