During the broadcast in Mexico, circa 1970 Malcolm Allison: “How do you spell Pelé?” Pat Crerand: “Easy, G-O-D.”
For Brazil, Pelé has come to mean hero. The man who gave the country three World Cups in 1958, when he was just 17 years old, then again in 1962, and then again in 1970. People joke about important athletes being national treasures — Pelé was literally declared a national treasure in Brazil. By the 1970 World Cup, he had changed the game completely and was the most celebrated athlete in the world.
Durante a transmissão de uma partida no México, em 1970 Malcolm Allison: “Como se soletra Pelé?” Pat Crerand: Fácil, D-E-U-S.”
Para o Brasil, Pelé ganhou o significado de herói. O homem que presenteou o seu país com três Copas do Mundo, em 1958 quando ele era apenas um garoto de 17 anos, e de novo em 1962, e mais uma vez em 1970. As pessoas brincam sobre como jogadores importantes são o verdadeiro tesouro de seus países - Pelé foi literalmente declarado um tesouro nacional do Brasil em 1961. Na Copa do Mundo de 1970, ele já tinha revolucionado o futebol completamente e era o atleta mais celebrado do mundo.
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