On this day: Only one previous tie has taken place on this date, with the Soviet Union coming from behind to be crowned inaugural champions thanks to Viktor Ponedelnik's extra-time winner.
Soviet Union 2-1 Yugoslavia (aet)
(Metreveli 49, Ponedelnik 113; Galić 43)
1960 final, Paris
Appearing in the inaugural final courtesy of a dramatic 5-4 comeback win against France in the last four, Yugoslavia's flair came to the fore once more in the showpiece. Milan Galić put them ahead in scrappy fashion and thereafter it was only the heroics of 30-year-old goalkeeper Lev Yashin that denied them.
Yugoslav counterpart Blagoje Vidinić, by contrast, had dropped Valentin Bubukin's long shot and allowed Slava Metreveli to equalise. Viktor Ponedelnik then wrote his name into Soviet folklore with the decisive second. "There are matches and goals which are really special, sort of the climax of a player's sporting life," he said later.
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