It’s been dubbed the game of the century but, truth be told, you’re on safer ground calling it the finest extra-time ever seen. An incredible five goals were scored over those 30 minutes as regulation play left Italy and West Germany at one goal apiece in the 1970 semi-final. The Germans were fortunate to even get to extra-time, needing defender Karl-Heinz Schnellinger to volley his side level with the only goal of his 47 appearances for his country. “Schnellinger, of all people,” the German commentator said without a trace of irony. Those extra 30 minutes found legendary German player Franz Beckenbauer with his arm heavily strapped but his team took the lead for the only time in the match thanks to prolific striker Gerd Muller, nicknamed “Der Bomber.” Back came Italy, through Tarcisio Burgnich and Luigi Riva, to lead once again. Muller equalized with his 10th goal of the tournament, but Italy charged back down to the other end to score the winner through Gianni Rivera.