How To Complete History Mystery Lesson

The Black Friday Promo is well underway and with that we have seen one of the most original Objectives in a while called History Mystery.

All Six History Mystery Objectives

The Blow of Maracanã
Clue: An international game that broke an all time record that still holds to this day. Reenact the match!

Referring to the game between Uruguay and Brazil in the 1950 World Cup, Uruguay went on to win the game 2-1, the full story is here if you want to read about it.

To Complete: Score 2 goals with Uruguay players.

FIFA 2014 World Cup

Hometown Shocker
Clue: The host nation was eliminated with an unexpected final score leaving the world stunned. Recreate this match!

Brazil hosted the World Cup in 2014 and were well beaten 7-1 during their semi-final with Germany.

To Complete: Score 5 or more goals in 1 game.

Clue: This last minute finesse goal ensured victory against the host nation and guaranteed a spot in the final of the world’s biggest tournament. Recreate the final goal of that match!

During the 2006 World Cup Semi Final between Germany and Italy, Del Piero scores a the second goal in as many minutes for Italy to send them through to the final.

To Complete: Score a finesse goal with an Italian player.

A 1950 Miracle on Grass

Clue: Who doesn’t like an underdog story? Relive it!

This is describing the match between USA and England where the even though they were an amateur team, America won the game 1-0

To Complete: Score a goal with USA players.

The Heat Battle of Lausanne

Clue: A match with 12 goals and extreme conditions of 104 °F degrees with an exciting performance shared by two players, one from each team. What did the two players have in common?

On 26 June 1954, in a quarter final match of the 1954 FIFA World Cup, Austria beat Switzerland 7–5 in Lausanne, Switzerland. The 12 goals scored in the match set a World Cup record, unequalled to date, for the highest scoring match ever. The match is known by its German name, Hitzeschlacht von Lausanne (roughly translated to "The heat battle of Lausanne"), due to the high temperature that it was played under, 40 °C (104 °F).

To Complete: Score a hattrick with both an Austrian and a Swiss player in the same game.


Clue: This player has scored in every international world tournament he has played in from 2002-2014, and he is only one of four players to do so. Recreate his journey!

This is referring to the World Cups all time leading goalscorer Miroslav Klose with 16 goals in 24 appearances across four World Cups from 2002 to 2014.

To Complete: Score a goal with a German player in 4 separate matches.

1 x 84+ RARE GOLD PLAYER PACK (Untradeable)
2 x PREMIUM GOLD PACK (Untradeable)