Penalties are often considered sure goals.
But with the pressure of a nation on their shoulders, footballer’s legs often turn to jelly when they reach the spot.
Here are the five worst World Cup penalties.
Diego Maradona v Yugoslavia, 1990 (1:05 minutes)
Even the best can’t be perfect every time. Argentina progressed but Maradona’s penalty was so poor we’re surprised it was the man himself.
Michel Platini v Brazil, 1986
Just four years earlier, Platini did the same. France went through but the midfielder got away with one.
Chris Waddle v Germany, 1990
West Germany and England played out an incredibly tense game but Waddle’s penalty proved costly. The Germans went on to win the tournament.
Roberto Baggio v Brazil, 1994
The most heartbreaking miss of all. After an incredible tournament, Baggio skied his penalty in the final shootout as Brazil were crowned world champions.
England v Portugal, 2006
Take your pick! We can’t separate these three dreadful efforts as England collapsed against Portugal.