On this day: Today is the 40th anniversary of Antonín Panenka's famous penalty which sealed Czechoslovakia's 1976 triumph while in 2008 Turkey halted Croatia celebrations.
Czechoslovakia 2-2 West Germany aet, Czechs win 5-3 on pens
(Švehlík 8, Dobiaš 25; Müller 28, Hölzenbein 89)
1976 final, Belgrade
West Germany came from two goals down to force extra time in this thrilling final as Dieter Müller and Bernd Hölzenbein, in the dying seconds, cancelled out first-half strikes from Ján Švehlík and Karol Dobiaš.
It had been almost the same in the semi-final against hosts Yugoslavia – this time, though, Franz Beckenbauer and Co were unable to conjure a third goal in the additional half-hour and for the first time a major international tournament final went to penalties. The first seven spot kicks found their target before Uli Hoeness fired over for the holders; Antonín Panenka achieved immortality with the manner he converted the winner.
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Other EURO fixtures on 20 June
1964 third-place play-off: Hungary 3-1 Denmark (aet)
1984 group stage: West Germany 0-1 Spain
1984 group stage: Portugal 1-0 Romania
2000 group stage: England 2-3 Romania
2000 group stage: Portugal 3-0 Germany
2004 group stage: Spain 0-1 Portugal
2004 group stage: Russia 2-1 Greece
2008 quarter-finals: Croatia 1-1 Turkey, Turkey won 3-1 on pens