Who remembers what happened in 67th minute of Chile’s group stage match with West Germany at the 1974 FIFA World Cup™?

No-one? Well, Chile’s Carlos Caszely certainly will, as that was when he became the first player in World Cup history to pick up a red card.

Yellow and red cards had been introduced at Mexico 1970 but no-one was sent off, leaving Caszely to claim an unwanted piece of tournament history four years later thanks to his foul on Berti Vogts.