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A reader writes:

One of my all-time favorite lines by a sportswriter was published in 1966, the day before England met Germany in the World Cup final. If this isn’t exact, it’s very close:

“Tomorrow, Germany will attempt to defeat us at our national game. It would only be fair if they should do so, for twice in this century, we have defeated them at theirs.”

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