World Cup first round.
Referee: Valentine (Scotland).
West Germany: Schumacher, Kaltz, Stielike, Kh. Förster, Briegel, Dremmler, Breitner, Magath, Kh. Rummenigge (67. Matthäus), Littbarski, Hrubesch (69. K. Fischer).
Austria: Koncilia, Krauss, Obermayer, Pezzey, Degeorgi, Prohaska, Hattenberger, Hintermaier, Weber, Schachner, Krankl.
Goal: 1:0 Hrubesch (11.).
** West Germany versus Austria was a 1982 FIFA World Cup game that changed the rules of future World Cup tournaments. In German the match is known as Nichtangriffspakt von Gijón (lit. Non-aggression pact of Gijón) or Schande von Gijón (lit. Shame of Gijón). In Algeria it is known as the Anschluss.The match was the last game of the first-round Group 2, with Algeria and Chile having played already the day before. With that game already decided, a win by one or two goals for West Germany would result in both sides qualifying, at the expense of Algeria, which had beaten Germany in the first game. After 10 minutes, Germany scored the 1–0 lead. As the game progressed, both teams seemed to be content with the result, giving the impression of both sides having an unspoken agreement to play for a 1–0 German win. FIFA ruled that in the future both final group matches must start on the same day at the same time, so as to prevent such an event ever occurring again (Wikipedia). **