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Saturday, 26 May 1984
Home International Championship 1983-84 (89th & Final) Final Match

Scotland 1 England 1 [1-1]
 

 

Match Summary
Scotland Squad
England Squad

Hampden Park, Kinghorn Drive, Mount Florida, Glasgow, Strathclyde
Attendance: 73,064
;
Kick-off: tbc BST
Live on ITV (UK) -
Commentator: Brian Moore and Trevor Brooking

Scotland - Mick McGhee
England - Tony Woodcock (36)
 
Results 1980-1985

? kicked-off. ? minutes (? & ?).

 

Match Summary

Officials

Scotland

Type

England

Referee (-) - tbc
x (-).

Linesmen - tbc

  Goal Attempts  
  Attempts on Target  
  Hit Bar/Post  
  Corner Kicks Won  
  Offside Calls Against  
  Fouls Conceded  
  Possession  

Scotland Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking;
EFO ranking

ELO rating 17th
Colours: Made by Umbro - Navy v-neck jerseys with white collars/cuffs/piping, white shorts with navy trim, red socks with white Umbro diamond trim.
Capt:   Manager:  
Scotland Lineup
1       G     GA
2              
3              
4              
5              
6              
7              
8              
9              
10              
11              
Scotland Substitutes
1              

unused substitutes:

-
 
- -

Averages:

Age - Appearances/Goals - -

 

England Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking;
EFO ranking

ELO rating 4th
Colours: The 1984 Umbro home uniform - White v-necked jersey with shadow pin-stripes, blue collar/cuffs with white/red trim and thin blue stripe along shoulder, blue shorts, with white seams with blue/red trim, white socks with blue Umbro diamond trim.
Capt: Bryan Robson, eighth captaincy Manager: Robert W. Robson, 51 (18 February 1933), appointed 7 July 1982,
19th match, W 9 - D 6 - L 4 - F 32 - A 11.
England Lineup
1 Shilton, Peter L. 34 18 September 1949 G Southampton FC 59 39 GA
2              
3 Sansom, Kenneth G. 25 26 September 1958 LB Arsenal FC 40 0
4 Wilkins, Raymond C. 27 14 September 1956 M Manchester United FC 58 3
5 Roberts, Graham P. 24 3 July 1959 CD Tottenham Hotspur FC 5 0
6 Fenwick, Terence W. 24 17 November 1959 CD Queen's Park Rangers FC 2 0
7              
8 Robson, Bryan 27 11 January 1957 M Manchester United FC 32 9
9 Woodcock, Anthony S. 28 6 December 1955 F Arsenal FC 33 13
10              
11              
England Substitutes
1 Lineker, Gary W., on 73rd min. for Woodcock 23 30 November 1960 CF Leicester City FC 1 0
1 Hunt, Stephen K., on 75th min. for Chamberlain 27 4 August 1956 F West Bromwich Albion FC 1 0

unused substitutes:

-
 
4-2-4 Shilton -
-
Robson, Wilkins -
Chamberlain (Hunt), Woodcock (Lineker), x, Barnes

Averages:

Age - Appearances/Goals - -

 

    Match Report by Mike Payne

 

    Match Report by Norman Giller

Bobby Robson responded to all the criticism by reverting to the 4-2-4 system in which he had been a key man for England as a player a quarter of century earlier. For the midfield role he shared with Johnny Haynes, he called in Manchester United partners Bryan Robson and Ray Wilkins, and for his old-style wingers he selected Mark Chamberlain and John Barnes. Loose marking let McGhee in for an early goal that was cancelled out by a spectacular thirty-sixth minute equaliser from the edge of the box by Tony Woodcock. Peter Shilton kept England in the match with a series of marvelous saves, and the heavily abused manager could feel satisfied with his bold experiment at the final whistle. A young striker called Gary Lineker won his first cap when he substituted for injured Tony Woodcock in the seventy-third minute. Steve Hunt came on for Chamberlain to win the first of his two caps. It was fitting that this final match in the Home Championship between the auld enemy should finish all square. For the record, of the 102 England-Scotland Home Championship matches England won 40. Scotland 39 and 23 were drawn. England scored 185 goals to 166 by the Scots.

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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