22 BORUSSIA DORTMUND 3 JUVENTUS 1
“You go on and score the decisive goal,” coach Ottmar Hitzfeld instructed Dortmund’s midfielder Lars Ricken just before replacing Stephane Chapuisat in the 1997 final. It took the one-club man 16 seconds to follow his manager’s orders, his delicious chip – with his first touch – securing a famous 3-1 win. It had been a game of substitutes, Alessandro Del Piero replacing Sergio Porrini at the break to re-energise the Old Lady after Karl-Heinz Riedle’s first-half double. Riedle (left) had his own premonition, waking at 3.30am on the day of the game in a cold sweat. “I just dreamt that I’ll score two goals,” he panted.