BBC Sport shows the classic European Championship game throughout our Euro Rewind series throughout June – but who has scored the most goals?
There are great single efforts, brilliant team goals and nerve-wracking finishes but which of our star lists will you place first?
We’ve come up with a short list of 12, you can see each one below, then vote for your choice at the bottom of the page, the winner will be published here and will be published on Sunday 26th June at 16:10 BST on BST ON.
Find out your selections here #bbcfootball And share your list below:
Antonin Panenka – Czechoslovakia v West Germany, 1976
Imagine how it would feel to win the European Championship in a shootout against the power of the ruling world champions with Dink Penalt against one of the best goalkeepers in the world? Legendary things.
Antonin Panenka went ahead, the former bohemian Prague midfielder who was carrying ice through his veins and he would become synonymous with a fragile sink in the middle.
Roy Wilkins – ENGland v Belgium, 1980
As the central midfielders went, Ray Wilkins was always present to keep up with the chaos of the situation. So his indomitable and elegant goal against Belgium made him a goal.
Gathering possession at the edge of the Belgian penalty area, he calmly picked up the ball over several offensive defenders before casually shaking over Belgian goalkeeper Jean-Marie Fuff.
Ronnie Hillan – Republic of Ireland vs. USSR 1988
The best Shind effort of all time? We will leave it up to you to decide. Part of the talented but realistic Jack Charlton, Ronnie Hillary’s efforts were a combination of both.
From Mick McCarthy’s long throw, Whelan sent a great volley from 18 yards out, surpassing USSR’s highest-rated goalkeeper, Rinat Dasayev. Irish fans of a certain age can still picture it now with their eyes closed.
Marco van Basten – Netherlands v. USSR, 1988
It’s remarkable, really, that it came from an overheated cross of one of the most tangible moments of a major final.
Arnold Muhren’s high pass forced Marco van Basten a lot wider. What happened next was jaw-dropping, the Dutch forward sensitively pushing a volley from a tight corner in the top left corner.
Thomas Brolin – Sweden v England, 1992
The game is often remembered for Gary Lineker’s reaction to the change of screen in his international career, but who can forget the brilliance of Thomas Brolin?
A crowd of one or two gathered in courtesy of the English defense, a memorable BBC commentary by Barry Davis – “Brolin, Dahlin, Brolin, Bright!” Capturing the moment perfectly, the ball landed in the top right corner to send home to Graham Taylor.
Paul Gascoigne – ENGland vs. Scotland, 1996
Paul Gascoigne and England were firmly pressured as the “dentist-chair” stunt on falls and alcohol turned around.
However, one of the best goals in the Gaza Three Lions, from midfield to Colin Hendry, picked up the ball and planted a well for Scotland goalkeeper Andy Graham.
Karel Pobarsky – Czech Republic vs. Portugal, 1996
Karel Pobarski was a Premier League winner with Manchester United and also got fruitful spells with Slavia Prague, Benfica and Lazio.
However, his first international goal was his best moment in the controversy, with goalkeeper Vittor Bayer proudly scooping up several Portuguese defenders before scoring.
Alan Shearer – ENGland vs. Netherlands, 1996
On a great night for English football when they provided a goal of real beauty the Terry Venables team already had two goals in their final group game.
Teddy Sheringham unselfishly before the ball square before the ball square by Alan Shearer, Steve McMannaman and Gosquin were both on the left.
Manchester – Portugal vs. Netherlands, 2004
Maniche was one of the stars of Portugal’s run in the Euro 2004 final. And that’s why his semi-final winner against the Netherlands overwhelmed him.
Cristiano Ronaldo quickly picked up a short corner, Maniche was selected to get the goal pop from the left corner of the box and the ball bounced into the left right corner, losing to stunned Edwin van der Sar.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Sweden vs. France, 2012
Ibrahimovic’s acrobatic volley against France added at least a few moments to Sweden’s exit from Euro 2012 in the group stage.
Ibrahimovic demonstrated exemplary tactics as he removed, and Sebastian Larsson’s right-hand cross matched a stunning finish that found the bottom left corner from 18 yards out.
Sheherdan Shakiri – Switzerland vs Poland, 2016
When you score an overhead kick from 18 yards, you expect it to be enough to place your team in the quarterfinals.
Sadly this did not happen in the case of Switzerland’s Jordan Shakiri but his goal against Poland helped illuminate the tournament.
Hal Robson-Kanu – Wales vs Belgium, 2016
At the moment Wales reached the ground of dreams, Hal Robson-Kanu – a second tier player in English football – set their way to the semi-finals.
To bring down Aaron Ramsey’s cross, Robson-Kanu channeled his insider Johan Cruyff with a twist that bamboozled two Belgian defenders before running past the equally astonished Thaibat Cortois.
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