In 1950, the American men's soccer team wasn't much better than they are now. However, at the time, the English team was known as the "Kings of Football." Going into the 1950 World Cup match against the Americans, the English team had a post-war record of 23 wins, 4 losses, and 3 draws. The Americans, on the other hand, was a lazily assembled team of part time players, most of whom were not professional. The American team had lost their previous seven internaional games by the combined score of 45-2. What did American coach Bill Jeffrey say of their chances going against England? "We have no chance," he said. His team were "sheep ready to be slaughtered." Miraculously, the Americans beat the English 1-0, scored by the U.S.'s Haitian-born centre forward Joe Gaetjens. Do you believe in miracles?