World Cup 1954 Final.
Referee: Ling (England).
West Germany: Turek, Posipal, Kohlmeyer, Eckel, Liebrich, Mai, H. Rahn, Morlock, O. Walter, F. Walter, Ha. Schäfer.
Hungary: Grosics, Lantos, Buzanszky, Bozsik, Lorant, Zakarias, M. Toth, Kocsis, Hidegkuti, Puskas, Czibor.
Goals: 0:1 Puskas (6.), 0:2 Czibor (8.), 1:2 Morlock (10.), 2:2 H. Rahn (19.), 3:2 H. Rahn (85.).
** First World Cup title. **
** The 1954 FIFA World Cup Final was the final match of the 1954 FIFA World Cup, the fifth FIFA World Cup. The match was played at the Wankdorf Stadium in Bern, Switzerland, on 4 July 1954. The game saw the underdogs West Germany beat the largely favoured Hungary 3–2. In Germany, it is referred to as “Das Wunder von Bern” (“The Miracle of Bern”). The game was the subject of a 2003 German film of the same name. The unexpected win evoked a wave of euphoria throughout Germany, which was still suffering in the aftermath of World War II. This was also the first time since the Second World War that the German national anthem was played in public (Wikipedia). **