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Guillermo Stabile Guillermo Stabile ( Buenos Aires, Argentina, January 17, 1905 – December 27, 1966), Argentine footballer. Stabile is famous for being the first scorer in the history of the World Cup, scoring 8 goals in a total of 4 games in the World Cup 1930, held in Uruguay. Stabile did not participate in the first match of Argentina in the World Cup, emerging from the second game as a replacement for Roberto Cherro. Stabile played as a member of Club Atl tico Hurac n between 1920 and 1930 seasons, then migrating to Genoa (1934-1935), in Napoli (1935-1936) and Red Star of Paris (1936-1939). After his retirement, headed the selection Stabile Argentina between 1939 and 1960, with a total of 127 games. Thus, Stabile is one of the few coaches in history who have conducted more than 100 international matches, which do not exceed the dozen. Stabile won the Copa America as coach on seven occasions: 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1955 and 1957.Furthermore, a Panamerican Championship in 1960.