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1958 European Cup Final

1958 European Cup Final
1958 European Cup Final
Match programme cover
Event 1957–58 European Cup
After extra time
Date 28 May 1958
Venue Heysel Stadium, Brussels
Referee Albert Alsteen (Belgium)
Attendance 67,000

The 1958 European Cup Final was a football match which took place at Heysel Stadium in Brussels, Belgium on 28 May 1958. It was contested by Real Madrid of Spain and Milan of Italy. Real Madrid won 3–2 after extra time to claim their third European Cup in a row.

After the match, the Real Madrid players were presented with their winners' medals by a 21-year-old Warren Beatty.[1]

Contents

  • Match details 1
  • Match statistics 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Match details

28 May 1958
Real Madrid 3–2 (a.e.t.) Milan
Di Stéfano Goal 74'
Rial Goal 79'
Gento Goal 107'
Report Schiaffino Goal 59'
Grillo Goal 77'
Heysel Stadium, Brussels
Attendance: 67,000
Referee: Albert Alsteen (Belgium)
Real Madrid
Milan
GK 1 Juan Alonso (c)
RB 2 Ángel Atienza
CB 5 José Santamaría
LB 3 Rafael Lesmes
CM 4 Juan Santisteban
CM 6 José María Zárraga
RW 7 Joseito
RF 8 Raymond Kopa
CF 9 Alfredo Di Stéfano
LF 10 Héctor Rial
LW 11 Francisco Gento
Manager:
Luis Carniglia
GK 1 Narciso Soldan
RB 2 Alfio Fontana
CB 5 Cesare Maldini
LB 3 Eros Beraldo
RM 8 Nils Liedholm (c)
CM 4 Mario Bergamaschi
CM 6 Luigi Radice
LM 10 Ernesto Grillo
RW 7 Giancarlo Danova
CF 9 Juan Alberto Schiaffino
LW 11 Tito Cucchiaroni
Manager:
Giuseppe Viani

Match statistics

Real Madrid Milan
Goals scored 3 2
Total shots 20 17
Shots on target 14 10
Ball possession 75% 25%
Corner kicks 4 3
Fouls committed 5 8
Offsides 1 4
Yellow cards 0 0
Red cards 0 0

See also

References

  1. ^ Simpson, Paul; Hesse-Lichtenberger, Uli (October 2005). Sleight, Hugh, ed. "50 Things You Never Knew About... The European Cup".  

External links

  • European Cup 1957/58 from UEFA
  • European Cup 1957/58 from RSSSF
  • "European Champion Clubs’ Cup – History" (PDF). UEFA. p. 164. Retrieved 25 May 2011. 


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