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Our 13th Issue features an exclusive interview and photo shoot with David De Gea who graces cover and many other notable stories including: • RocknRolla: Manchester United’s David de Gea has become the undisputed No. 1 goalkeeper. Can he help lead Spain to a second World Cup victory in eight years? By Kade Krichko & Roger Neve • The Greatest Game Ever Lost: At the 1982 World Cup, only one team could beat Brazil—and it wasn’t Italy. By David Hirshey & Joe Morse • Mo Salah for President: The Egyptian striker has won the hearts and minds of the Liverpool faithful. Is there any goal he can’t achieve? By Neil Atkinson • 20 World Cup–Winning Goals: Whoever scores the tournament-winning goal in Russia will become an instant legend. We present five unforgettable moments of magic from the past 88 years that are seared into our collective memory. • Grizi-Ball: Antoine Griezmann’s delightful brand of footballing innocence could cast him as the surprise French star of the World Cup. By Corley Miller & Vivien Lavau • Free Your Mind: Leroy Sané is becoming the player Pep Guardiola always imagined. By Raphael Honigstein • War of the Worlds: The World Cup has always been about more than soccer. Governments of all stripes have used the tournament to suppress opposition, advance political agendas, and promote nationalism. By Jon Spurling & Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo

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