IT IS the largest city of the world’s most successful and sometimes overlooked national football team. No, it is not Berlin, Madrid or Brasilia, but Uruguay’s capital, Montevideo. Uruguay is the smallest country to have won the World Cup, it has a population of just over three million and Montevideo accounts for around half of them. According to the Mercer report on the quality of living in 2017, the city is the best place to live in South America. It certainly has a growing reputation as a tourist destination and for possessing a carefree atmosphere. As a football city, Montevideo is something of a heritage site. It was, after all, the location of the first FIFA World Cup in 1930, which Uruguay won 4-2…