These days it's repeatedly emphasized winning the centre field wins you games. FC Liverpool, with its cental midfield pairing of Callaghan - McDermott, even numerically, barely stood a chance against a weathered, mobile and stratified German midfield composed of holder Schaeffer, the wide mid Wimmer, CMs Wohlers and Bonhof, enhanced by the trequartista Stielike, right playmaking winger Simonsen and left winger Heynkes. En route to the final in Rome, Borussia beat Dynamo Kyiv famous for their impeccable physical fitness and clockwork mobility of their midfield four (except for their anchorman Kon'kov, the other three had no set positions whatever! How did it happen that Liverpool, their lineup too unsophisticated to even describe i.e. flat Case - Callaghan - Mc Dermott - R. Kennedy formation beat a stacked Moenchegladbach side that had several world champoins and the Berty Vogts the conqueror of Cruijff? The set piece that lead to the Tommy Smith header and Kevin Keegan's ball magic? Not enough... What else? Just curious.