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Gascoigne – OUT NOW – Gazza’s Best Goals

15 June 2015

With 25th Anniversary of Italia ’90 World Cup comes the incredible story of one of the football’s greatest ever players. Gascoigne – is told by the man himself and is a must-see for any football fan.

Italia ’90 World Cup was a renaissance for English football, watched by millions of people across the UK. Its leading figure was the young Paul Gascoigne – a player who had come to prominence with his hometown club Newcastle United and who now, upon England’s semi-final exit, captured the hearts of the nation.

Gascoigne returned home to a hero’s welcome and became a superstar of international football. With his irrepressible spirit and extraordinary skills he was for a generation of players and fans the most captivating footballer they had ever seen.

Gascoigne is the definitive story – in his own words – behind the inspired play on the pitch and the personal struggles and controversies off it. With revealing contributions from Gary Lineker, Jose Mourinho and Wayne Rooney, it tells one of sport’s most remarkable tales.

Paul Gascoigne was one of the standout players at the Italia ‘90 World Cup in Italy and to celebrate its 25th Anniversary this June, GASCOIGNE is released in cinemas for one night only 8th June and on Blu-ray and DVD 15th June.

The feature film see’s the player talk about his incredible career so to coincide; we take a look back at some of his best goals to remind us why we love Gazza so much...



Gazza’s unbelievable hat-trick for Rangers Vs Aberdeen in 1996




Gazza’s marvellous solo goal for Lazio in ‘93 where he controlled the ball for 35 yards, centrally and zigzagged through the Piacenza defence as they came at him.




That sublime strike against Scotland at Euro 96




FA Cup semi-final free-kick v Arsenal in 1991. With just five minutes gone on the clock, Spurs were awarded a free-kick and Gazza unleashed an unstoppable drive into the top corner of the net.




Gazza’s cracking goal vs. Moldova 1997. Already 2-0 up, Gazza made it three ten minutes from the end by putting a smooth finish to a stealing counter-attack that left the Moldovan defence in two.



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