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1960 European Cup Final

1960 European Cup Final
Event 1959–60 European Cup
Date 18 May 1960
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Referee Jack Mowat (Scotland)
Attendance 127,621

The 1960 European Cup Final was the fifth final in the history of the European Cup, and was contested between Real Madrid of Spain and Eintracht Frankfurt of Germany. It is widely regarded as one of the greatest football matches ever played.[1] Madrid won 7–3 in front of a crowd of over 127,000 people at Glasgow's Hampden Park. Frankfurt reached the final through an impressive 12–4 aggregate victory over Scottish champions Rangers, whereas Madrid overcame their bitter rivals FC Barcelona 6–2 over two legs.[2]

The match was initially in doubt as the German FA had banned their clubs from taking part in matches with any team containing Ferenc Puskás after the Hungarian had alleged the West German team had used drugs in 1954. Puskás had to make a formal written apology before the match could take place.[3]

Puskás and Di Stefano are two of only three players to have scored a hat-trick in a European Cup or Champions League final, with the other being Pierino Prati for A.C. Milan in their 4–1 victory over AFC Ajax in the 1969 European Cup Final. Puskás repeated the feat in the 1962 European Cup Final.

Match details

18 May 1960
19:30 BST
Real Madrid 7–3 Eintracht Frankfurt
Di Stéfano Goal 27'30'73'
Puskás Goal 45+1'56' (pen.)60'71'
Report Kreß Goal 18'
Stein Goal 72'75'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 127,621
Referee: Jack Mowatt (Scotland)
Real Madrid
Eintracht Frankfurt
GK 1 Rogelio Domínguez
RB 2 Marquitos
CD 5 José Santamaría
LB 3 Pachín
MF 4 José María Vidal
MF 6 José María Zárraga (c)
RW 7 Canário
FW 8 Luis del Sol
FW 9 Alfredo Di Stéfano
FW 10 Ferenc Puskás
LW 11 Francisco Gento
Manager:
Miguel Muñoz
GK 1 Egon Loy
DF 2 Friedel Lutz
DF 3 Hermann Höfer
MF 4 Hans Weilbächer (c)
DF 5 Hans-Walter Eigenbrodt
MF 6 Dieter Stinka
FW 7 Richard Kreß
FW 8 Dieter Lindner
FW 9 Erwin Stein
FW 10 Alfred Pfaff
FW 11 Erich Meier
Manager:
Paul Oßwald

See also

External links

  • European Cup 1959/60 from UEFA
  • European Cup 1959/60 from RSSSF
  • "European Champion Clubs’ Cup – History" (PDF). UEFA. p. 165. Retrieved 26 May 2011. 

References

  1. ^ "The greatest matches of all time".  
  2. ^ "1959/60: Dazzling Madrid crush Frankfurt". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. Retrieved 25 February 2013. 
  3. ^ Hesse-Lichtenburger, Ulrich (2003). Tor! The Story of German Football. p. 141.  
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