Paul "Gazza" Gascoigne became a legendary player for England in the 1990 World Cup and even more so when a yellow card against Germany denied him the chance to potentially play in the World Cup final. Although England ultimately lost to Germany and failed to advance, the image of a heart-broken Gazza made him a loveable character in England. Butson said the shot brings back a simpler time in sports when "they were very much sports people first and celebrities second, and that sort of has changed with time."
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Gazza's Tears: July 4, 1990
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