Alan Ball was the youngest player for the victorious England national football team during the 1966 World Cup Final against West Germany. During the game, Ball made a pass that Martin Peters recieved and went on to score a goal that gave England the lead. Later, during extra time, Ball made a cross to Geoff Hurst, who then made a shot that proved to be the deciding goal. (PROSE: Extra Time)

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