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Full name  Lucien Laurent
Role  Football player
Place of death  Besancon, France
Height  1.6 m

Years  Team
Weight  62 kg
Name  Lucien Laurent
Playing position  Inside forward
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Date of birth  (1907-12-10)10 December 1907
Place of birth  Saint-Maur-des-Fosses, France
Date of death  11 April 2005(2005-04-11) (aged 97)
Died  April 11, 2005, Besancon, France

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Lucien Laurent (10 December 1907 – 11 April 2005) was a French association football player. He is famous for having scored the first ever FIFA World Cup goal.

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Career

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Laurent was born in Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, Val-de-Marne, near Paris.

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Between 1921 and 1930, he played for the semi-professional team Cercle Athlétique de Paris, before being taken on by Sochaux, then a works team for the car manufacturer Peugeot, where he worked. As an amateur player, he only received basic expenses from the French Football Federation while at the tournament in Uruguay.

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It was in Uruguay, at the Club Atletico Peñarol Stadium, called "Estadio de Pocitos" that Laurent made history by scoring the first ever World Cup goal: a volley in the 19th minute of a game against Mexico on 13 July 1930. France won the game 4–1, but lost their remaining group matches to Argentina and Chile, and were thus eliminated. Laurent was ruled out of the third game due to injury.

Injury then also denied Laurent a place in the squad for the 1934 World Cup and he moved to Rennes, playing for them until 1937, then for RC Strasbourg until 1939. In all, Laurent played 10 times for France, but scored only one other goal.

When World War II came, Laurent was called up to join the armed forces and was taken prisoner by the Germans. He spent three years as a POW, was released in 1943 and played the remaining two years of wartime football for Besançon. In 1946, Laurent retired from playing and went on to become a trainer and youth coach. He was the only surviving member of the 1930 French team to see France lift the 1998 World Cup on home soil, and died seven years later at the age of 97 in Besançon.

International goals

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References

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