- Gordon Banks's most famous moment was in the 1970 World Cup, when his dive to prevent Pele's header became known as the save of the century.
In the crowd of 66,000 people in Mexico were newlyweds Barry and Sheila McHugh from Leicester.
The couple were actually on honeymoon - and they'd chosen to be there over buying their first house.
They'd been at the 1966 World Cup final at Wembley, and Barry knew he had to go to Mexico to watch England defend their title.
Like most people, they thought that Pele shot had gone in, but miraculously, Banks had flipped it over the bar.
England may have lost that day, but Gordon Banks had made his mark.