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Hungary goalkeeper Gyula Grosics makes a save against England at Wembley in 1953 Featured February Print

Hungary goalkeeper Gyula Grosics makes a save against England at Wembley in 1953

Football - 1953 / 1954 season - England 3 Hungary 6
Hungary goalkeeper Gyula Grosics jumps to make a save, with England's Stan Mortensen, right, at Wembley. Jozsef Zakarias and Jeno Buzanszky are in the background.
The British press referred to it as the "Match of the Century" - the originators of the game, against the finest team in the world at that time, the Magical Magyars'. However England's were defeated at home for the first time to a side from outside of the British Isles, and were shown to be technically and tactically inferior to the Hungarian side. The result led to a review of the antiquated training and tactics used by the England team, and the subsequent adoption of continental practices at an international and club level in the English game.
25/11/1953

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Englands Chris Oti is mobbed by fans after his hat-trick against Ireland - 1988 Five Nations Featured February Print

Englands Chris Oti is mobbed by fans after his hat-trick against Ireland - 1988 Five Nations

Rugby Union - 1988 Five Nations Championship - England 35 Ireland 3
England's Chris Oti, scorer of three tries, is congratulated by fans and teammates Will Carling, left, and Simon Halliday at Twickenham.
Prior to this game England had scored just one try at Twickenham in the previous two years. They were trailing 0-3 at half-time, however they then ran in six second-half tries, and as Oti completed his hat-trick a group from the Benedictine Douai school began to sing their own first XV anthem, "Swing Low Sweet Chariot". It has remained a Twickenham and England rugby standard from that point on

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Marc Girardelli, Alberto Tomba and Kjetil Andre Aamodt - 1992 Albertville Winter Olympics - Mens Giant Slalom Featured February Print

Marc Girardelli, Alberto Tomba and Kjetil Andre Aamodt - 1992 Albertville Winter Olympics - Mens Giant Slalom

Alpine Skiing - 1992 Albertville Winter Olympics - Men's Giant Slalom Medal Presentation
Left to right, Luxembourg's Marc Girardelli (silver), Italy's Alberto Tomba (gold), and Norway's Kjetil Andre Aamodt (bronze) at Val d'Isere, France

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