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Jean Laurent

Jean Laurent, born 30 December 1906 in Maisons-Alfort, died 14 May 1995, was a French international footballer. He played as a defender. He was the elder brother of Lucien Laurent, who was also an international footballer, and scored the first goal in the history of the Football World Cup.

Jean Laurent played for CA Paris, FC Sochaux, Club Français, Stade Rennais, and Toulouse FC (1937). He played for France between 1930 and 1932 and won a total of 9 caps. He took part in the 1930 World Cup.

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