Recent World Cups have been disappointing, notably the last three which have failed to excite. It’s about time that FIFA delivered a good tournament. The last one to capture the imagination was 1998 – it seems a long time ago! 90 on 90: Nessun dorma and out we go – UK public tolerance 90% The tournament that kick-started English football’s revival. Once more, a slow start, Roger Milla of Cameroon steals the show in the early stages and scares England in the last eight. Host nation Italy rely on a balding second-tier striker, Toto Schillaci, and it works, while West Germany power their way through. England reach the semi-finals, draw 1-1 with Germany and lose [famously] on penalties. Gazza cries. Argentina snarl their way…