Glenn's England side travelled to Rome requiring a point to seal automatic qualification for France 98 - the toughest of assignments given that Italy were presumed to be impregnable at the Olympic Stadium. Like Germany, Italy had already sealed a single-goal victory at Wembley.
England now head for a similar fortress - Germany haven't lost in Munich since 1973, and this time it is the opposition that require only a point.
Asked if the task is similar to the one faced in Rome, Glenn responded: "The German game? Yes, without a doubt. I would say that is exactly how it is.
"They (Italy) hadn't been beaten, they hadn't even drawn, Italy had won 18 out of 18 in Rome and that was a great England performance.
"We need the same sort of performance in Munich, that's for sure."
So can England pull off another heroic performance?
"We'll see, it's going to be a tough task, they'll have to play well to do it."
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As England prepare to meet their World Cup destiny in Saturday evening's humdinger in Munich, Glenn Hoddle agreed, when it was put to him, that the game has more than a slight feel of Rome about it.