May 27, 1987: The Hungarian raptor is devised to steel Pfaff and give Porto C1

35 years ago, in the final of the Champions Club Cup, Algerian Rabah Madjit deceived Jean-Marie Pfaff with a heel that went down in history. Like that big-eared trophy that Porto raised in the nose and beard of the great Bayern…

It was certainly one of the gestures that distinguished the European Cup for the Champions League finals. Thirty-five years ago, in Vienna, on May 27, 1987, Rabah Madjer prevented Jean-Marie Pfaff from winning the C1 race thanks to an artistic gesture that today bears the name of its Algerian writer!

But Bayern Munich is the biggest candidate for this Austrian final. That season, the Bavarians Udo Lattek crushed everything in their path. In the quarter, they beat Anderlecht, before dominating Real Madrid and reaching the final. . With Lothar Matthaus, Andreas Brehme, Klaus Augenthaler, Dieter Hoeness and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, the Teutonic machine runs at full speed…

The Germans advanced logically thanks to Ludwig Kugel’s header in the 25th minute. They are then satisfied with the management of the meeting. In the break, Porto coach Arthur Jorge drifts with his players, paralyzed by the challenge. “Why don’t you dare? Why don’t you dare?” The famous mustache shouts. His message may still be echoed in Rabah Madjer’s head in the 78th minute. The moment the Algerian striker chose to enter football history thanks to an unusual artistic gesture. instinct gesture. In the middle, Portro’s No. 8 tricked our compatriot Zan-Marie with an impressive heel strike that was made on the move.

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