The 1954 World Cup final is often referred to as 'the Miracle of Bern' and with good reason.
In 1954, Hungary were indisputably the best team in the world. They were unbeaten in six years. They were the Olympic football champions. They had scored over 120 goals in their previous 30 games leading up to the 1954 tournament.
Hungary had great players such as Kosics, Tichy and the legendary Ferenc Puskas.
Hungary had become the first foreign side to win at Wembley when they defeated England 6-3.
Nobody gave poor West Germany much chance going into the game, especially as Hungary had already defeated the sorry Germans 8-3 in the group stages.
However, German coach Sepp Herberger had a few tricks up his sleeve and played a side that contained several changes from their first encounter.
Hungary raced into a two goal lead through Puskas and Zoltan Czibor.
Max Morlock and Helmut Rahn then scored for West Germany to make it 2-2 at half time.
Then in the 84th minute, Rahn struck again to give West Germany a 3-2 lead.
There was controversy in the last few minutes when a Puskas effort was ruled out for offside.
West Germany held on to win their first ever World Cup and cause the biggest upset in World Cup history.