The World Cup went into its second week with a return to form by the scorer giants of the world.
First Match: W. Germany V Chile: W. Germany playing from left to right in white and black shorts.
GV PAN/SV West Germany scores through Rummenigge after goalkeeper error. (2 SHOTS)
GV PAN Second Half: Rummenigge scores from close range with header. (2 SHOTS)
GV PAN Third goal to Rummenigge (2 SHOTS)
GV/SV Reinders scores for W. Germany. (3 SHOTS)
GV/SV Moscoso scores for Chile. (2 SHOTS)
Yugoslavia V Spain: Yugoslavia playing in white from left to right.
SV/GV Yugoslavia score through Gudelj with header. (3 SHOTS)
GV Spain awarded hotly-disputed penalty and score through Juanito with low shot to the keeper's right. (6 SHOTS)
Second Half: GV Corner to Spain, from which Sauro shoots home. (3 SHOTS)
Argentina V. Hungary: Argentina playing from left to right in blue and white stripe.
GV/SV Argentina score through Daniel Bertoni. (5 SHOTS)
GV/SV Maradona scores from close range. (4 SHOTS)
Second Half: GV/SV Maradona scores. (4 SHOTS)
GV PAN Ardiles scores after defensive error. (5 SHOTS)
GV/SV Hungary scores through Poloskei. (2 SHOTS)
Scotland V Brazil: Scotland in blue and white shorts, playing from left to right.
GV/SV Scotland score through Narey (No. 14). (2 SHOTS)
GV/SV Free kick to Brazil, score through Zico's free kick. (3 SHOTS)
Second Half: GV/SV Oscar scores headed goal from Brazilian corner. (2 SHOTS)
GV/SV Brazil score through Eder (chipped shot). (2 SHOTS)
GV Brazil's fourth goal scored by Falcao. (2 SHOTS)
SV Referee blows final whistle.
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Background: The World Cup went into its second week with a return to form by the scorer giants of the world. Leading the revival was West Germany, which had been humbled last week by lowly-rated Algeria. But on June 20, the Group Two favourites shot to the top of their section on goal difference with a 4-1 win over Chile. Hero of the match was one of West German striker Karl Heinz Rummenigge, the European Footballer of the Year. He scored three of West Germany's goals, although he had been declared fit only an hour before the game. The other scorers were West German substitute Uwe Reinders and Chile's Gustavo Moscoso. In June 20's other big match, the home country, Spain, boosted its chances in Group Five with a 2-1 victory over Yugoslavia. The visitors scored first when Vladimir Petrovic curled a free kick towards the edge of the goal, presenting Ivan Gudelj with an easy header. Spain equalised later in a controversial manner. Miguel Alonso was brought down outside the penalty area, but the referee awarded a penalty, not a free kick. When Roberto Lopez Ufarte took the penalty, he amazed the crowd by missing the net. However, the referee ordered the kick to be retaken because he said the Yugoslav keeper had moved too soon. This time, Juanito took the shot, and made no mistake. In the 66th minute, Enrique Sauro scored the winning goal for Spain with a header from a corner by Juanito. On June 18, the holders, Argentina, recovered the form they missed in their 1-0 defeat by Belgium. At Alicante, they beat Hungary 4-1. Hero of the match was Diego Maradona, whose dynamic attacks went some way towards justifying the multi-million dollar fee. Barcelona has paid for his services. The first goal came in the 27th minute, when Daniel Bertoni scored after help from Mario Kempes and Pasarella. Just one minute later, a Bertoni shot rebounded for Maradona to score. Maradona scored again ten minutes later. Oswaldo Ardiles was Argentina's last scorer. Hungary's only goal was scored by Gabor Poloskei. The favourites, Brazil easily beat Scotland 4-1, in Seville on June 18. Scotland scored first, with a goal by Narey from a break by John Wark. Then Brazil struck back. Zico scored first, then Oscar headed his side's second goal. Then, after a break by Serghino and Socrates, Eder chipped a high shot over Rough, the Scottish keeper. Falcao scored Brazil's last goal.