“Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I assure you, it’s much more serious than that,” Liverpool great Bill Shankly had once said. The sport may seem more of a business in the current era, but it literally was the matter of lives at one point in time. During the 1930s -1950s football, majorly in Europe and South America was at its peak. The likes of Brazil, Argentina, Italy and the Netherlands who partly dominated the footballing world. In the midst of this, one man created history not by scoring goals or through his antics, but by becoming the first and only player till date to play in two World Cup with two different countries. His name, Luis Felipe Monti. Monti first started with Argentina and guided them in the first ever World Cup final in 1930, before moving to Italy and playing for Azzurri in the 1934 Final. That being said, here we bring you the story of Luis Felipe Monti, who played the World Cup Finals despite receiving death threats on both occasions.