The second edition of our 'World Cup Reds' feature, examining the impact of Liverpool players on the tournament in years gone by, turns the clock back to 1958 and a vintage tournament in Sweden.

That year's competition was a famous one for Brazil - with a 17-year-old Pele as their spearhead, A Selecao were crowned champions for the first time following a final victory against the hosts.

Elsewhere, France's Just Fontaine set a goalscoring record for the World Cup that still stands to this day - his 13 goals helped the French finish in third place.

As for the Liverpool involvement, two players from Phil Taylor's squad made the journey to Scandinavia to represent their countries: Alan A'Court for England and Tommy Younger for Scotland.

The former helped the Three Lions take on the eventual winners during their campaign, while the latter became the Reds' first World Cup captain.

To find out more about their exploits, check out the second episode of 'World Cup Reds' below. If you have not already signed up, click here to join now.

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