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File:Pelé 1960.jpg

English: Pelé dribbling past a defender during Malmö-Brazil 1-7 (Pelé scored 2 goals) at Malmö city stadium.
Français : Pelé dribble un défenseur durant le match Malmö-Brazil de 1960 au stade de Malmö. Score 7-1 pour le Brésil, dont deux buts de Pelé.
Svenska: Pelé på Malmö stadion 1960. Matchen mellan Brasiliens landslag och Malmö FF slutade 7–1 och Pelé gjorde två mål
Date 8 May 1960
Source Nationalencyklopedin

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55° 35′ 9.64″ N, 12° 59′ 21.07″ E

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