Besides several notable matches, the most outstanding achievement of the Golden Team is also called as the Match of the Century, that was realised in 1953 at the Wembley Stadium in London where the Magical Hungarians defeated England – unbeaten for 90 years – for 6-3.
Ferenc Puskás takes the prime with his four goals that were scored in the 7-3 final, won against Frankfurt in 1960.
The record goal-scoring of Puskás can be continued along with Alberto Di Stefano, with whom they played in Real Madrid at the time. Both of the footballers scored seven goals in the final of the most prestigious European Cup series that has not been beaten since then.
Besides being the oldest player ever to play for Real Madrid; proudly, he is the team’s oldest goal scorer, as he scored his last goal at the age of 38 and 233 days.