20-year-old Franz Beckenbauer breaks away from Bobby Charlton during the 1966 FIFA World Cup Final™ at Wembley. Charlton would have the last laugh, however, with England running out 4-2 winners against West Germany. The tournament was Beckenbauer’s first World Cup. He played every match and his four goals at the tournament earned him a place alongside Geoff Hurst (England), Ferenc Bene (Hungary) and Valeriy Porkuyan (USSR) as joint third-top scorers for England 1966. Beckenbauer would go on to feature at the 1970 and 1974 World Cup editions.