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459 vs. West Germany
Sunday, 14 June 1970
The IX campeonatomundial de futbol Finals Second Phase Quarter final match four
 
West Germany 3 England 2
[0-1]ᴭᵀ
2-2 after ninety minutes
 

Estadio de Guanajuato, La Martinica, León de los Aldama, Mexico
Kick-off
(CST): 12noon 7.00pm BST
Attendance: 23,357

Gerd Müller kicked-off  122 minutes
45:25 & 46:01; 14:58 & 16:05 
Colin Bell kicked off ET
   [0-1] Alan Mullery 31 30:55
 right-footed into the net from 7 yards following a low Newton thro' ball 
 
 
 
[1-2] Franz Beckenbauer 68
67:47
 rounded Mullery to shoot with right-foot from outside the area underneath Bonetti

[2-2] Uwe Seeler header 82 81:19
 Schnellinger's high cross was met by Seeler's head, facing away from goal, from 7 yards looped over the stranded Bonetti
 [0-2] Martin Peters 50 49:18
right-footed placed shot from 6 yards ahead of Vogts at the near post after another Newton cross
   
[3-2] Gerd Müller volley 108 107:56
 right-footed volley from 2 yards after Seeler headed back Grabowski's cross


[3-2] Geoff Hurst tap-in Lee ruled offside 109:15
 

Gerd Müller
17 16:50
Franny Lee 10 9:28
   
  World Cup Grandstand - Commentator - David Coleman with Don Revie and Joe Mercer
 

"TOO MUCH WORK FOR TOO FEW" - The Guardian

Officials

Germany Squad

Type

England Squad

Referee
Ângel Norberto Coerezza
Argentina
  Goal Attempts  
  Attempts on Target  
Linesmen   Hit Bar/Post  
José María Ortiz de Mendebil
43 (11 October 1926), Portugalete, Spain
Guillermo Velasquez
Colombia
  Corner Kicks Won  
  Offside Calls Against  
    Fouls Conceded  
  Possession  
 

West Germany Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking;
EFO ranking

ELO rating 3rd to 2nd
Colours: White v-necked aertex jerseys with black collar/cuffs, black shorts, white socks
Capt: Uwe Seeler Manager: Helmet Schön (15 September 1915)
West Germany Lineup
1 Maier, Josef D. 26 28 February 1944 G FC Bayern München eV 23 GA
7 Vogts, Hans-Hubert 23 30 December 1946 RB Borussia VfL 1900 eV Mönchengladbach 28  
11 Fichtel, Klaus 25 19 November 1944 RCB FC Gelsenkirchen-Schalke 04 eV 17  
3 Schnellinger, Karl-Heinz 31 31 March 1939 LCB AC Milan, Italy 44  
2 Höttges, Horst-Dieter, off 46th min. 26 10 September 1943 LB Sv Werder Bremen von 1899 eV 43  
12 Overath, Wolfgang 26 29 September 1943 RM 1. FC. Köln 01/07 eV 53  
4 Beckenbauer, Franz A. 24 11 September 1945 LM FC Bayern München eV 42  
14 Libuda, Reinhard, off 57th min. (56:41) 26 10 October 1943 RAM FC Gelsenkirchen-Schalke 04 eV 18  
9 Seeler, Uwe 33 5 November 1936 RF Hamburger SV eV 69 43
13 Müller, Gerhard 24 3 November 1945 LF FC Bayern München eV 23  
17 Löhr, Johannes 27 5 July 1942 LAM 1. FC Köln 01/07 eV 17  
West Germany Substitutes
5 Schulz, Willi, on 46th min. for Höttges 31 4 October 1938 LB Hamburger SV eV 65  
20 Grabowski, Jürgen, on 57th min. (56:31) for Libuda 25 7 July 1944 RAM Eintracht Frankfurt eV 11  

unused substitutes:

10-Siegfried Held, 16-Max Lorenz, 22-Horst Wolter.
 
4-2-4 Maier -
Vogts, Fichtel, Schnellinger, Höttges (Schulz) -
Overath, Beckenbauer -
Libuda
(Grabowski), Seeler, Müller, Löhr

Averages:

Age - Appearances/Goals - -

 

England Team

 
Current World Champions Colours: The 1970 Umbro World Cup away uniform - Red crew necked short-sleeved aertex jerseys, white shorts, red socks.

Rank:

No official ranking;
EFO ranking

ELO rating 2nd to 3rd
Capt: Bobby Moore, 66th captaincy Manager: Sir Alfred Ernest Ramsey, 50 (22 January 1920), appointed 25 October 1962, effective part-time 31 December, full from May 1963.
83rd match, W 52 - D 19 - L 12 - F 172 - A 78.
England Lineup
12 Bonetti, Peter P. 28 27 September 1941 G Chelsea FC 7 4ᵍᵃ
final app 1966-70
2 Newton, Keith R. 28 23 June 1941 RB Everton FC 27 0
final app 1966-70
5 Labone, Brian 30 23 January 1940 RCB Everton FC 26 0
final app 1962-70
6 Moore, Robert F.C. 29 12 April 1941 LCB West Ham United FC 84 2
3 Cooper, Terence 25 12 July 1944 LB Leeds United AFC 12 0
4 Mullery, Alan P. 28 23 November 1941 DM Tottenham Hotspur FC 31 1
8 Ball, Alan J. 25 12 May 1945 RM Everton FC 45 5
11 Peters, Martin S., off 81st min. (80:20) 26 8 November 1943 LM Tottenham Hotspur FC 42 15
9
Charlton, Robert, off 69th min.
 

32
246 days

11 October 1937

AM
 

Manchester United FC

106 49
final app 1958-70
most apps 1970
most goals 1968-70
7 Lee, Francis H. 26 29 April 1944 RF Manchester City FC 17 6
10 Hurst, Geoffrey C. 28 8 December 1941 LF West Ham United FC 41 20
England Substitutes
19 Bell, Colin, on 69th min. (68:49) for Charlton 24 26 February 1946 AM Manchester City FC 14 11 2
3
18 Hunter, Norman, on 80th min. (79:07) for Peters 26 29 October 1943 LM Leeds United AFC 14 12 1
2

unused substitutes:

13-Alex Stepney, 14-Tommy Wright, 21-Allan Clarke.

substitute notes:

Colin Bell has now been used as an England substitute for a record three occasions.
Bobby Charlton is the oldest and most experienced player to be replaced by a substitute, so far.
Charlton joins Francis Lee and Keith Newton in being replaced as a substitute a record five teams each, making over half of all the 29 replacements so far in the twenty years of substitutions.

A record sixteen substitutions have been made throughout the 1969-70 season.
 
4-4(1-2-1)-2 Bonetti -
Newton, Labone, Moore, Cooper -
Mullery -
Ball, Peters
(Hunter) -
Charlton
(Bell) -
Lee, Hurst

Averages:

Age - Appearances/Goals - -

 

    Match Report by Mike Payne

 

    Match Report by Norman Giller

There was a huge blow to England when at the last minute goalkeeper Gordon Banks had to withdraw because of a stomach upset. Montezumah's revenge had never been harsher, robbing England of the best goalkeeper in the world. Peter Bonetti, who had not played a full competitive match since the end of the previous club season, was called in as emergency deputy. England were in command for sixty nine minutes thanks to goals from Alan Mullery and Martin Peters in stifling conditions. Franz Beckenbauer pulled the Germans back into the game with a shot that Bonetti would have saved nine times out of ten. Sir Alf Ramsey immediately sent on Colin Bell as substitute for Bobby Charlton, who was being saved for a semi-final that never came England's way. German substitute Jurgen Grabowski was running rings round exhausted left-back Terry Cooper, and Ramsey decided on a second substitution, sending on Norman Hunter for Peters in a bid to stiffen the defence. With Charlton and Peters off, it meant England had lost their two most composed players and suddenly they were looking disjointed. A freak header by Uwe Seeler sent the ball on an arc over the wrong-footed Bonetti to send the game into extra-time just as in the 1966 World Cup final, but this time it was the Germans who came out on top. Geoff Hurst had a goal disallowed, and then Gerd Muller rammed in the winner after Grabowski had beaten Cooper and crossed for Loehr to head the ball down into 'Der Bomber's' path. England's reign as world champions was over, as was the great international career of Bobby Charlton after a record 106 caps. Several of the England players were in tears, and Sir Alf was shell shocked.  He did not believe it possible that any team could come back from two goals down against the England defence. How different it might have been had Gordon Banks been fit, and how different it might have been had Sir Alf not made a mess of his substitutions. He had never used substitutes throughout his club managerial career, and was never comfortable with the system.  Now the knives were out for him at home. The Football Association officials he had too often treated with contempt were plotting their revenge.

Source Notes

TheFA.com
Original newspaper reports
Rothman's Yearbooks
Mike Payne's England: The Complete Post-War Record (Breedon Books Publishing Company, Derby, U.K., 1993)
Norman Giller
, Football Author

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