The best football in the world, according to Pinguam TV, which provides a look at the best matches of the 20th century.
Here are the highlights from the 20 best.
1) Barcelona v Real Madrid – The Barcelona vs Real Madrid derby in 1978 was one of the biggest ever European derby matches.
Barcelona had been crowned Champions for the first time, with Real Madrid now having the third best goal difference of all time (14 points).
The game was a real eye-opener for many, with Barcelona playing with a style that was arguably more forward-thinking than Real Madrid, but it was Barcelona who won the game 4-0.
Real Madrid went on to win the Champions League, but Barcelona went on a brilliant run to reach the finals, and ended up losing to Bayern Munich in the semi-finals.
The Real Madrid era was a big part of this game, with the Catalan giants scoring more than they had all season.
And Barcelona were the better side.
Their attacking play, possession and counter-attacking prowess was unmatched, but they also had some superb individual talents.
It is still the greatest game in history, as Real Madrid won 3-2 in extra time to win 3-1.
2) Manchester United v Arsenal – In a classic derby game, the Arsenal vs Manchester United match in 1992 was a classic.
Manchester United were the team that won the league in 1993, and it was this side that scored the winning goal.
However, the final scoreline of 3-3 was too close to call, as Manchester United went on and won the FA Cup in their place.
Despite being the winners, United were criticised by many for not having the best defence.
Arsenal, on the other hand, won the title for the third consecutive year, and were crowned Champions in their fifth season.
The final score was 3-0 in the second leg, but the tie was a close one.
3) Arsenal v Liverpool – Arsenal were favourites to win their title in 1996, but Liverpool were in the ascendancy.
Liverpool were crowned the Premier League champions for the second consecutive year in 1996.
This was a derby, and the game had a great atmosphere.
There was a great sense of camaraderie, with Liverpool playing with an attacking style that could win the game.
Although Liverpool won the Premier Leagues title, they went on an incredible run to win all three major trophies, and their trophy cabinet was even bigger.
But Liverpool’s dominance over Arsenal was never fully tested.
In fact, Arsenal won their first title in the Champions Leagues, but Arsenal won the League title and FA Cup for the fourth consecutive season.
And this was a match that both teams were looking forward to playing.
4) Barcelona vs Juventus – The 1994-95 season was a very exciting one for Barcelona.
They won the La Liga title for a third successive season, and went on the hunt for a Champions League spot.
At the same time, the Bianconeri also won the Champions Cup, and then won the Serie A title.
On the final day of the season, Barcelona came from behind to beat Juventus 3-4.
Juventus went on their way to a second Champions League semi-final against Bayern Munich, and Barcelona won that game 2-0, but still had the feeling that they could not defeat Bayern.
5) Real Madrid vs Real Zaragoza – Real Madrid had the best goal differential in the history of the European game, and that meant they had the greatest scoring threat.
Alvaro Morata scored the winner in the 1998 Champions League final to win his second European title.
And in that game, Madrid had one of their most impressive strikers, Karim Benzema, who scored 11 goals in 12 appearances.
Benzema scored twice more in the 2002 Champions League Final against Ajax, which Madrid won 4-3.
6) Arsenal vs Liverpool – This was a historic derby match for Arsenal.
With Arsenal in the title race, they were facing Liverpool in the quarter-finals, and they were going to face a side that had won the European Cup the previous season.
However, Liverpool were not going to go down without a fight, as they won 2-1 in extra-time to take the title.
This game was very emotional, as Arsenal players took to the pitch to celebrate.
7) Bayern Munich v Liverpool, 1992 – Liverpool were the title favourites for a second successive season.
Bayern were currently in the Europa League semi finals, but were also facing Real Madrid in the group stages.
Bayern had a superb season in 1992, but their season ended in defeat to Real Madrid.
That season, Bayern scored more goals than any other team, but also conceded more goals.
After that, they didn’t win the league again for four years. 8)