Enrique Ballestrero just played multiple times for Uruguay, procuring his second cap with a spotless sheet against Peru in the country's very first World Cup game.
Four years later, Italian goalkeeper Gianpiero Combi lifted the Jules Rimet trophy having almost retired months before the 1934 World Cup kicked off.
The Italians would proceed to procure a second progressive World Cup win in 1938, helped between the sticks by Aldo Olivieri.
WWII brought about the shortfall of the World Cup for a 12-year time span. Once more when it returned in 1950, it was the Uruguayans that ran out victors.
Antonio Carbajal is not a World Cup winner, but he’s certainly a World Cup legend.