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Cafu — Mazinho Winter, Wouters. The principle of the draw was that each group must have at least two European teams, USA and Mexico could not be drawn in the same group, and Brazil and Argentina could not be drawn with another South American team.
The draw for the tournament took place at the Las Vegas Convention Center on December 19, , officiated by general-secretary Sepp Blatter.
Teams were drawn by German legend Franz Beckenbauer , heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield and comedian and actor Robin Williams.
Despite the controversy, the U. To this day, the total attendance for the final tournament of nearly 3. The format of the competition stayed the same as in the World Cup : 24 teams qualified, divided into six groups of four.
Sixteen teams would qualify for the knockout phase: the six group winners, the six group runners-up, and the four third-placed teams with the best records.
This was the last time this format was used, due to the expansion of the finals tournament in to 32 teams. This World Cup was the first in which three points were awarded for a win instead of two.
FIFA instituted this feature to encourage attacking soccer after the defensive display of many teams at Italia ' The tournament saw the end of Diego Maradona 's World Cup career, having played in the , , and World Cups , and leading Argentina to the World Cup title and the final of the World Cup.
Maradona was expelled from the tournament after he failed a drug test which uncovered ephedrine , a weight-loss drug, in his blood.
Colombia , despite high expectations due to their style and impressive qualifying campaign, failed to advance from the round robin.
The team was supposedly [ by whom? On the field, Bulgaria was one of the biggest surprises of the tournament.
The Bulgarians had never won a game in five previous World Cup finals but, led by Hristo Stoichkov who eventually shared the tournament lead in scoring , they made a surprising [ to whom?
Bulgaria then faced the reigning world champions, Germany , in the quarter-finals, where goals from Stoichkov and Yordan Letchkov gave them a 2—1 victory.
Bulgaria went on to finish in fourth place after losing to Italy and Sweden, in the semi-finals and third-place game, respectively.
The United States, relatively new to professional football [ disputed — discuss ] , advanced to the second round as one of the best third-place teams.
They played Brazil on Independence Day and, despite a 1—0 defeat, the United States' performance was considered a great success [ by whom?
Brazil's win over the hosts helped take them to the final against Italy. Brazil's path was relatively smooth though not easy [ clarification needed ] , as they defeated the Netherlands in the quarter-finals and Sweden in the semis.
The Italians meanwhile had made hard work of reaching the final. During the group stage, Italy struggled and narrowly advanced to the next round, despite losing 1—0 to the Republic of Ireland.
During the Round of 16 games against Nigeria , Italy was trailing 1—0 in the dying minutes when Baggio scored the tying goal, forcing the game into extra time.
He scored again with a penalty kick to send Italy through. Baggio carried the Italians from there, scoring the game-winning goal in the quarter-final against Spain , and both goals in Italy's semi-final victory over Bulgaria.
The third-place playoff was set between Bulgaria and Sweden, the team which scored more goals than any other in this World Cup [ quantify ].
These teams had also previously met in the qualifying group. Sweden won, 4—0. Swedish forward Tomas Brolin was named to the All-star team.
The final game at the Rose Bowl was tense but devoid of scoring chances. It was the second time in 24 years that the two nations had met in a final.
Despite the strategies implemented by FIFA to promote offensive play [ clarification needed ] , both teams failed to produce a goal.
After goalless minutes, the World Cup was decided for the first time by a penalty shoot-out. After four rounds, Brazil led 3—2, and Baggio, playing injured, had to score to keep Italy's hopes alive.
The tournament's Golden Boot went jointly to Bulgaria's Stoichkov and Oleg Salenko of Russia , the latter becoming the first player to score five goals in a game, coming in a 6—1 victory against Cameroon.
Both players scored six goals in the tournament. The ceremony was emceed by Oprah Winfrey , who fell off the dais in introducing Diana Ross , who gave a musical performance.
Ross was also supposed to kick a football into the goal from the penalty spot at the beginning of her performance, with the goal then splitting in two as part of a pre-orchestrated stunt.
She kicked the ball wide to the left, missing the goal, but the goalposts were collapsed anyway in accordance with the stunt plans.
In addition, Daryl Hall and Jon Secada also gave musical performances. The Group A game between the United States and Switzerland was the first to take place indoors, played under the roof at the Pontiac Silverdome.
Victories against Colombia and the United States in front of a crowd of 93, were enough to see Romania through as group winners, despite a 4—1 hammering by Switzerland in between.
The magnitude of that victory allowed Switzerland to move ahead of the United States on goal difference, although the hosts qualified for the second round as one of the best third-placed teams.
Switzerland's 4—1 victory over Romania came nearly 40 years to the date of Switzerland's last World Cup victory, also a 4—1 victory, on that occasion over Italy.
Group B produced two of the four semi-finalists of this World Cup — Brazil and Sweden — and was also one of the two groups in which only two, rather than three, sides progressed to the second round.
Ferrari's Jean Alesi had injured his back in a testing crash at Mugello and was replaced by Nicola Larini who immediately caused controversy when he told the Italian media that he had used the now-banned traction control in practice, though both the team and driver later denied this.
At the start, Schumacher got ahead of Senna and Häkkinen got past Hill. Häkkinen tried to attack Senna but ran into the back of him.
Senna spun and was hit by Larini, taking both out. Hill was frustrated at seeing Schumacher pull away and attacked Häkkinen on lap 4. Hill messed up, spun, and dropped back to ninth.
He charged back up, passing Brundle on lap It was time for the pit stops during which Hill got ahead of Barrichello. Häkkinen retired when his gearbox failed on lap While Schumacher pulled away, Hill closed in on Berger.
During the second round of pit stops, Hill got by Berger and Brundle got by Barrichello. However, Hill retired on lap 50 when his transmission failed and Brundle also went out on lap 68 when his engine overheated.
However, the weekend got off to a bad start as Rubens Barrichello had a major crash during practice and was knocked unconscious.
Coming too fast into Variante Bassa, his car was launched into the air by the kerb. Less than a yard from that kerb was a tyre wall, which almost instantly stopped the car's forward motion.
His car was flipped over and landed upside down. Barrichello had swallowed his tongue and his life was only saved by quick action from the medical team.
He would be back at the circuit on the Saturday afternoon with a fractured nose, bandaged arm and cut lip. Barrichello has never been able to recall anything from the incident.
In qualifying, a front wing flap fell off Roland Ratzenberger 's car, causing major suspension damage and worsened aerodynamics. His Simtek S was severely damaged, and he suffered a basal skull fracture caused by the impact and was pronounced dead at Bologna's Maggiore Hospital shortly afterwards.
During the race morning's driver meeting, all the drivers were talking about Ratzenberger's crash and were determined to improve safety for drivers, resulting in the inauguration of the Grand Prix Drivers' Association GPDA.
Senna offered to take the role of leader as he was the most senior driver. Debris from the crash, including Lamy's right front tyre, flew into the grandstand and injured four spectators and a policeman.
Lamy was unhurt but Lehto received a light arm injury. The safety car—a sports variant of an Opel Vectra whose pace would later be criticized as being inadequate  to help maintain the competitors' tyres up to temperature—was called out with Senna leading Schumacher, Berger, Hill, Frentzen and Häkkinen.
The race restarted at the end of lap 5. Senna tried immediately to pull away from Schumacher, whilst Berger in 3rd was already 2.
At the start of the 7th lap, Senna lost control, for reasons that are still the subject of controversy, and his car went straight on at Tamburello into an unprotected concrete wall.
The suspension of the Williams broke on impact, the right front tyre flying backwards and hitting Senna on the head. The car slid to a halt on the circuit, with Senna motionless.
From the helicopter pictures, a slight movement of Senna's head gave a hint of hope. Doctor Sid Watkins was on the scene in less than two minutes.
Senna was airlifted to hospital but nothing could be done and Senna was pronounced dead later that evening.
After the race, a moving detail was revealed when an Austrian flag was found in the Brazilian's cockpit because it is thought Senna had planned to pay tribute to Ratzenberger after the race.
The race was immediately stopped after Senna's crash. During the red flag period, the Larrousse team mistakenly released their driver Erik Comas from the pit lane, and Comas was marshalled to a stop at Tamburello corner.
Commentating for Eurosport, former F1 driver John Watson described the Comas incident as the "most ridiculous incident I have seen at any time in my life, that a Grand Prix driver is allowed to exit the pits whilst the race is stopped".
At the second restart, German Heinz-Harald Frentzen stopped in the Sauber and had to start from the pit lane. When it restarted, Berger took the lead on track but Schumacher who collided with Damon Hill, forcing the Briton in the Williams to stop for a new front wing was still leading in the aggregate standings, with Berger, Häkkinen, Larini, Wendlinger and Katayama following.
On the 12th Lap in total, Schumacher did take the lead on the circuit from Berger, but pitted immediately afterwards.
When Berger stopped on lap 15, Häkkinen took the lead for McLaren. Berger retired on lap 17 with a suspension failure, whilst Häkkinen pitted a bit later, rejoining fourth.
On Lap 21, Schumacher led although driving behind Larini on aggregate ahead of the Italian with Fittipaldi who pitted on lap 23 in third, Häkkinen, Frentzen who pitted a bit shorter as well and Wendlinger making up the top six.
From about lap 45 until lap 55, Damon Hill, Ukyo Katayama and Christian Fittipaldi battled for 5th, 6th and 7th, with first Fittipaldi and then Hill passing the Japanese in the Tyrrell on aggregate, Hill himself passed Fittipaldi on lap 49, only to lose the position two laps later.
Fittipaldi did not finish the race; he retired with brake problems on lap Damon Hill gained fifth, but lost it again to Katayama with two laps to go, and only kept a one-second lead over Heinz-Harald Frentzen to score the last point in the San Marino Grand Prix.
Another incident followed when Michele Alboreto 's Minardi lost its right rear wheel while exiting the pits. Alboreto had already accelerated to a significant speed, and thus the wheel caused severe injuries to a member of the Ferrari pit crew.
Alboreto's car came to a halt just outside the pits. The incident would lead to two major rule changes in Formula One:. Schumacher won ahead of Larini, Häkkinen, Wendlinger, Katayama and Hill but there were no celebrations on the podium and all the talk after the race centred on Senna and Ratzenberger.
Alesi returned as the mourning F1 field moved to Monaco where there would be more bad news as Wendlinger crashed heavily into the Nouvelle Chicane wall at high speed during the first free practice session.
Quick action from the marshals saved his life but he was in a coma for three weeks, and recuperation from his head injuries ruled him out for the remainder of the season.
Frentzen's Sauber was withdrawn for the Monaco event in response as a mark of respect. The FIA responded quickly and introduced changes to the regulations as follows: .
At the start, with the first two grid positions left empty and painted with the Brazilian and Austrian flags, out of respect for Senna and Ratzenberger Williams and Simtek not fielding their second cars for the race , Hill got ahead of Berger and attacked Häkkinen into the first corner.
There was contact and both spun off into the escape road and were out. Schumacher pulled away while Brundle used a good strategy during the stops, pitting earlier than the others to get ahead of Fittipaldi and Alesi.
Katayama went out on lap 39 with gearbox failure and sixth place went to his teammate Mark Blundell. However, Blundell's engine failed two laps later, spreading oil across the track.
Schumacher slid and nearly hit a wall while Berger went down an escape road and dropped behind Brundle.
Fittipaldi retired on lap 48 with a gearbox failure. During the second stops, Andrea de Cesaris was able to get ahead of an exhausted Alesi who was struggling with neck pain.
Alessandro Zanardi was also in at Lotus alongside Johnny Herbert as Pedro Lamy had suffered a massive testing accident at Silverstone which resulted in him sustaining two dislocated legs and a broken wrist.
He would be out for the majority of the season. Eddie Irvine returned to Jordan after serving his 3 race ban.
Sauber fielded only one car for Frentzen. A temporary tyre chicane was installed at the "Nissan" corner to reduce speeds before the "La Caixa" hairpin.
In Saturday morning's free practice session Andrea Montermini , who had replaced Ratzenberger in the Simtek, had a huge crash exiting the high-speed final corner.
In light of recent events, the paddock breathed a sigh of relief when it was announced Montermini had escaped with only a broken ankle and chipped heel.
As Simtek and Sauber both fielded only 1 car for the race, both Pacific cars were able to qualify for the race by default as they did in Monaco.
Beretta's engine failed on the formation lap meaning the Larousse driver failed to start. Meanwhile, at the start, Alesi got ahead of both Barrichello and Lehto with Coulthard getting ahead of Barrichello as well.
Schumacher pulled away until he began to have gear selection problems and was stuck in fifth gear. During the stops, Schumacher amazingly was able to pull away without stalling.
Behind, there was action in the pits as Coulthard stalled and Alesi had troubles, dropping down four places.
Schumacher, still in the lead, was struggling and was passed by Hill. During the second round of pit stops, Barrichello spun off near the pit entry and Schumacher was once again able to make a pitstop and not stall the car.
Häkkinen was right with him but did not have a chance to attack as his engine failed on lap Lehto took up third, but his engine failed as well five laps later.
Brundle took the place, but his transmission failed with six laps to go. The new regulations introduced during the Monaco weekend to modify amongst other things the airboxes of the cars were now in effect and were visibly shown as teams had to cut holes in the engine covers.
Another temporary chicane was installed prior to the flat-out left-right kink leading to the start-finish straight to slow the cars down.
Benetton introduced a revised rear wing assembly and Ferrari had new side pods for their cars. Andrea de Cesaris was back in action, now with Sauber, and celebrated his th Grand Prix start.
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