I just saw "The Game of Their Lives". In the movie, Stan Mortensen travelled to the US for a series of friendly matches. After one match against the USMNT, he insulted the entire American team for the upcoming match in the 1950 WC Finals during a banquet organized by the USSF. He sounded liked an insensitive snob from the English gentry. Of course, the American players were pissed and Mortensen became the loathsome opponent from the typical Hollywood sport movies. In reality, Mortsensen played in the 1950 WC match against the US, but was not part of the team that went to the USA for the friendly matches. It was Stanley Matthews, not Mortensen, who went to the USA. Hollywood just needed a villain and Mortensen became the victim. Why can't Hollywood create a fake charactor so that a real person was not portrayed in a negative way?