The former Brazil captain Carlos Alberto has died, aged 72. He is sadi tohave had heart attack. Alberto was the skipper of Brazil’s 1970 World Cup winning side and netted the iconic fourth goal in the final against Italy when he blasted home Pele’s cool layoff. The right-back played 53 times for his country, scoring eight goals. He played the majority of his career in his native Brazil, turning out for Santos over 400 times, before finishing his career in America.