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On This Day - Apr 12 1941: England's World Cup-winning captain Bobby Moore was born

Bobby Moore (left) along with actors Michael Caine and Sylvester Stallone during the filming of Escape to Victory  
ON THIS DAY 1913: Leeds became the first rugby league team to score 100 points when they beat Coventry 102-0. 1924: England played their first international at Wembley, drawing 1-1 with Scotland. Their first goal at the new stadium was scored by Billy Walker. 1930: Wilf Rhodes became the oldest man to play in a Test match for England at the age of 52 years and 165 days. The match, against the West Indies at Kingston, Jamaica, was Rhodes' 58th and final Test. 1941: England's World Cup-winning captain Bobby Moore was born. He played for his country a then-record 108 times [...]
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