English defender Jack Charlton (L) stretches his leg and stops the approach of German forward Siegfried Held (R) who has the ball during the 1966 World Cup final Germany against England at Wembley Stadium in London, UK on 30 July 1966. Germany lost the World Cup final in extra time by a score of 2-4 against England. It was the first World Cup title for England.

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English defender Jack Charlton (L) stretches his leg and stops the approach of German forward Siegfried Held (R) who has the ball during the 1966 World Cup final Germany against England at Wembley Stadium in London, UK on 30 July 1966. Germany lost the World Cup final in extra time by a score of 2-4 against England. It was the first World Cup title for England.
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