Defending champions England were handed a tough group in the 1970 World Cup against Czechoslovakia, Romania and tournament favourites Brazil.
The Brazilians and the English both won their opening fixtures, setting up a crunch game between the two teams. Brazil started brightly, and their early dominance saw them carve out a great chance after ten minutes.
Jairzinho scampered down the right wing and floated in a cross that was met by Pele, whose bullet header sent the ball hurtling towards the bottom right corner of the net.
Pele turned away to celebrate a fine goal, but England goalkeeper Gordan Banks dived low to his right and amazingly managed to flick the ball up and over the goal to make a memorable save, even if it was is vain as Brazil went on to win 1-0.