The Euro tournament debuted in 1960. What a way for it to kick off. The first day saw this nine-goal thriller, which remains the competition’s highest-scoring match. The host country, France, threw away a 4-2 lead. Two late goals in a minute from GNK Dinamo Zagreb striker Dražan Jerković meant that the vast majority of the Parc des Princes crowd went home unhappy, yet still surely aware that they’d been privileged to watch a truly special match.