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Geoff Hurst recalls being ‘booed off the field’ after opening the 1966 World Cup with goalless draw


Geoff Hurst predicts it could prove to be a good omen if England get booed off at the World Cup – after they began victorious 1966 campaign by being jeered following a bore draw with Uruguay

  • Geoff Hurst has said a poor start to England’s World Cup should not deter fans
  • He recalled being booed after the first game of his 1966 World Cup campaign
  • England went on to win the tournament after a hattrick from Hurst in the final 
  • The 80-year-old is ‘hopeful’ for England in Qatar ahead of their opening game
  • Hurst felt Harry Kane would need teammates to ‘share the goalscoring burden’
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