The reference and the stiletto of that Hungarian Army team was a short, plump man, named Ferenc Puskas. He had no use for his right leg and never finished with the head, but owned the best left Europe has ever seen. In 7 years (1949-1955), he won 5 league titles for Budapest Honvéd.
Puskas was a nightmare for defenders across Europe. His shot was devastating, his changes of pace left them sitting, and, despite his physical appearance, his speed was diabolical.
Between 1950 and 1956, he led the "Mighty Magyars", one of the best national teams in history. They played 51 matches with a result of 43 wins and seven draws. Their only defeat came in the 1954 World Cup final against Germany (3-2). In 84 international games, Puskas scored 83 goals.
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