On this day - 18 June

Sir Trevor Brooking netted for England as they defeated Spain in the group stage of Euro 1980 on this day 35 years ago.

Brooking's 19th minute opener - his third goal for the Three Lions in his 39th appearance - paved the way for England's only victory of the tournament.

Having drawn with Belgium and suffered a 1-0 defeat to hosts Italy, England knew they had to win in Naples and rely on the other result to go their way for them to come second in the group and claim a place in the third-place play-off.

Both Belgium and Italy had three points, so the 0-0 draw they subsequently battled out took them to four and left England helpless a point behind.

Nevertheless, they ensured the Euros would end on a positive note, as Tony Woodcock made it 2-1 after Dani's penalty had cancelled our Brooking's goal, giving England both points.

Belgium reached the final, but were defeated 2-1 by West Germany, while Italy lost out on third place as they succumbed to Czechoslovakia in a penalty shoot-out.