Brazil had played their last group game the day before, leaving hosts Argentina knowing that they needed to win by four clear goals to qualify for the final. (Yep, you went straight into the final from the a group stage back in '78.) Argentina, a country ruled at the time by a military junta, faced up against Peru—who happened to have a Argentine-born goalkeeper. The hosts got six in the end, and the words "bribe" and "fix" appeared frequently. And not for the last time in World Cup history...