World Cup or Champions League.

Both represent the peak of international football, but which is harder to win?

What would happen if the World Cup winners had played the Champions League winners each year?

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You can’t all take it

We’ve delved into the archives for you to bring you a verdict on every World Cup year going back to 1994.

Ronaldo v Zinedine Zidane, Fabio Cannavaro v Ronaldinho, Samuel Eto’o v Walter Samuel – the clashes are beautiful.

Let’s take a look…

1994 – Brazil v AC Milan

Maldini retired in 2009 at 41

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Maldini retired in 2009 at 41

This was not exactly the free-flowing Brazil side we know and love. Excluding strikers Romario and Bebeto, this Selecao was more solid than sexy.

Dunga marshalled the midfield and if you saw any games from his recent stint as Brazil manager, you’ll understand what this team were about.

They beat the US, Holland and Sweden on their way to a final with Italy – coming through on penalties after Roberto Baggio missed the last spot kick.

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Celebration goals

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Celebration goals

The 1994 Champions League winning AC Milan side was a classic Italian defence-led team with Paolo Maldini and Filippo Galli in central defence and Marcel…

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