V OLYMPIC FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT (AMSTERDAM 1928)

GAME DETAILS

(From 27-05-1928 to 13-06-1928)

 

 

PRELIMINARY ROUND

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 27-05-1928 (15:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.309

REFEREE: Youssouf Mohammed (EGY)

GOALS: 0-1 (Subiabre 14’); 0-2 (Carbonell 30’); 1-2 (Vítor Silva 38’); 2-2 (Pepe 40’); 3-2 (Pepe 50’); 4-2 (Valdemar Mota 63’)

[Incidents: FIFA credits Saavedra with the first Chilean goal.]

POR

Portugal

Portugal - Chile

Chile

CHI

4-2 (2-2)

PORTUGAL

António Roquete

Carlos Alves, Jorge Vieira (c)

César Matos, Augusto Silva, Tamanqueiro

J.M. Martins, A. Martins, Vítor Silva, Pepe, Valdemar Mota

COACH: Cândido Oliveira

CHILE

Ibacache

Morales, Chaparro

Torres, Saavedra (c), Contreras

Schneeberger, Alfaro, Subiabre, Carbonell, Olguín

COACH: Frank Powell

 

FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 27-05-1928 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.834

REFEREE: Lorenzo Martínez (ARG)

GOALS: 0-1 (R. Braine 12’); 0-2 (Versyp 20’); 0-3 (Moeschal 23’); 1-3 (Schütz 32’); 2-3 (J.P. Weisgerber 42’); 3-3 (Theissen 44’); 3-4 (Moeschal 68’); 3-5 (R. Braine 74’)

LUX

Lëtzebuerg

Luxembourg - Belgium

België

BEL

3-5 (3-3)

LUXEMBOURG

Scharry

Kolb, Kirsch (c)

A. Reuter, Feierstein, Fischer

Schütz, J.P. Weisgerber, Theissen, Kirpes, Weber

COACH: Gustave Jacquemart

BELGIUM

Caudron

Lavigne, Hoydonckx

P. Braine, Van Halme (c), Boesman

Versyp, Devos, R. Braine, Moeschal, Diddens

COACH: Viktor Löwenfeld

 

FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 28-05-1928 (14:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 16.158

REFEREE: Willem Eijmers (NED)

GOALS: 0-1 (R. Hofmann 17’); 0-2 (Hornauer 42’); 0-3 (R. Hofmann 75’); 0-4 (R. Hofmann 85’)

SWI

Schweiz / Suisse

Switzerland - Germany

Deutschland

GER

0-4 (0-2)

SWITZERLAND

Séchehaye

Weiler, Ramseyer

De Lavallaz, Pichler, Fässler

Tschirren, Willy Jäggi, Dietrich, Abegglen (c), Bailly

COACH: Teddy Duckworth

GERMANY

Stuhlfauth

Weber, Beier

Leinberger, Kalb (c), Knöpfle

L. Hofmann, Hornauer, Pöttinger, R. Hofmann, Albrecht

COACH: Otto Nerz

 

FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 28-05-1928 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.744

REFEREE: Marcel Slawick (FRA)

GOALS: 0-1 (Ismail Houda [p.] 20’); 0-2 (Riyadh 27’); 0-3 (Mahmoud R. Mokhtar 46’); 0-4 (Mahmoud R. Mokhtar 50’); 0-5 (Ismail Houda 53’); 0-6 (Mahmoud R. Mokhtar 63’); 1-6 (Bekir 71’); 1-7 (El-Zobair 86’)

[Incidents: FIFA credits El-Hassani with the first Egyptian goal.]

TUR

Türkiye

Turkey - Egypt

مصر

EGY

1-7 (0-2)

TURKEY

Ulvi

Kadri, Burhan

Cevat, Nihat, İsmet

Mehmet, Alaeddin, Zeki (c), Bekir, Muslih

COACH: Béla Tóth

EGYPT

Hamdi

Abaza, A. Salem

El-Soury, El-Hassani (c), Soliman

I. Houda, Riyadh, M. Houda, Mahmoud R. Mokhtar, El-Zobair

COACH: Jim McCrae

 

FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 29-05-1928 (14:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.509

REFEREE: Henri Christophe (BEL)

GOALS: 1-0 (Brouzes 15’); 2-0 (Brouzes 17’); 2-1 (Rossetti 19’); 2-2 (Levratto 39’); 2-3 (Banchero 43’); 2-4 (Baloncieri 60’); 3-4 (Pavillard 61’)

[Incidents: The official Olympic report states that the score at halftime was 2-2. FIFA credits Dauphin with the last French goal.]

FRA

France

France - Italy

Italia

ITA

3-4 (2-3)

FRANCE

Thépot

Domergue, Wallet

Villaplane, Dauphin, Chantrel

Langiller, Pavillard, Nicolas (c), Brouzes, Dewaquez

COACH: Peter Farmer

ITALY

De Prà

Rosetta, Caligaris

Pietroboni, Bernardini, Janni

Rivolta, Baloncieri (c), Banchero, Rossetti, Levratto

COACH: Augusto Rangone

 

FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Oude Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 29-05-1928 (16:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 1.226

REFEREE: Alfred Birlem (GER)

GOALS: 0-1 (Vítor Silva 25’); 1-1 (Bonačić 40’); 1-2 (Augusto Silva 90’)

[Incidents: Ivković and Valdemar Mota were both sent off in minute 80.]

YUG

Југославија

Yugoslavia - Portugal

Portugal

POR

1-2 (1-1)

YUGOSLAVIA

Šifliš

Mitrović, Ivković (c)

Đorđević, Premerl, Arsenijević

Giler, Cindrić, Bonačić, Bek, Sotirović

COACH: Ante Pandaković

PORTUGAL

António Roquete

Carlos Alves, Jorge Vieira (c)

Tamanqueiro, Augusto Silva, César Matos

Valdemar Mota, João Santos, Vítor Silva, Pepe, J.M. Martins

COACH: Cândido Oliveira

 

FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 29-05-1928 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.848

REFEREE: Paul Ruoff (SWI)

GOALS: 1-0 (Ferreira 9’); 2-0 (Tarasconi 24’); 3-0 (Ferreira 29’); 4-0 (Orsi 41’); 5-0 (Cherro 47’); 6-0 (Cherro 49’); 6-1 (Kuntner 55’); 7-1 (Cherro 57’); 8-1 (Tarasconi 63’); 9-1 (Tarasconi 66’); 10-1 (Orsi 73’); 10-2 (O’Carroll 75’); 11-2 (Tarasconi 89’)

[Incidents: The US goalkeeper Cooper dressed like a jockey in this game, which caused much hilarity in the crowd.]

ARG

Argentina

Argentina - USA

United States of America

USA

11-2 (4-0)

ARGENTINA

Bossio

Paternóster, Bidoglio

Monti, Calandra, Médici

Orsi, Cherro, Ferreira (c), Tarasconi, Carricaberry

COACH: José Lago

USA

Cooper

Duffy, Smith

Ryan (c), Lyons, Aitken

Findlay, Deal, Kuntner, O’Carroll, Gallagher

COACH: George Burford

 

FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Oude Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 30-05-1928 (14:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.344

REFEREE: Gábor Boronkay (HUN)

GOALS: 1-0 (Luis Regueiro 12’); 2-0 (Yermo 22’); 3-0 (Luis Regueiro 43’); 4-0 (Yermo 63’); 5-0 (Marculeta 66’); 6-0 (Mariscal 70’); 6-1 (Carreño 76’); 7-1 (Yermo 80’)

[Incidents: The originally appointed referee for this game was Italo-Brasilian Aquiles Gama Malcher, but he was replaced by Hungarian Gábor Boronkay as the winner would advance to play Italy.]

SPA

España

Spain - Mexico

México

MEX

7-1 (3-0)

SPAIN

Jáuregui

Vallana (c), Quincoces

Amadeo, Gamborena, Trino

Mariscal, Luis Regueiro, Yermo, Marculeta, Kiriki

COACH: José Ángel Berraondo

MÉXICO

Bonfiglio

Garza Gutiérrez (c), Ojeda

L. Cerrilla, Suinaga, Hernández

Garcés, Contreras, Sota, Carreño, Terrazas

COACH: Jesús Salgado

 

FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 30-05-1928 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 24.727

REFEREE: Jean Langenus (BEL)

GOALS: 0-1 (Scarone 20’); 0-2 (Urdinarán 86’)

NED

Nederland

Netherlands - Uruguay

Uruguay

URU

0-2 (0-1)

NETHERLANDS

Van der Meulen

Dénis (c), Van Kol

Van Boxtel, Massy, Van Heel

Elfring, Buitenweg, Freese, Ghering, Weber

COACH: Bob Glendenning

URUGUAY

Mazali

Arispe, Nasazzi (c)

Gestido, Fernández, Andrade

Arremón, Cea, Tito, Scarone, Urdinarán

COACH: Primo Giannotti

 

1/4 FINAL

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 1-06-1928 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.388

REFEREE: Domingo Lombardi (URU)

GOALS: 0-1 (Zaldúa 11’); 1-1 (Baloncieri 63’)

ITA

Italia

Italy - Spain

España

SPA

1-1 (0-1;1-1)

ITALY

Combi

Caligaris, Rosetta

Pietroboni, Pitto, Janni

Levratto, Rossetti, Schiavio, Baloncieri (c), Rivolta

COACH: Augusto Rangone

SPAIN

Jáuregui

Zaldúa, Quincoces

Amadeo, Antero, Legarreta

Mariscal, Luis Regueiro, Yermo (c), Marculeta, Kiriki

COACH: José Ángel Berraondo

 

1/4 FINAL

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 2-06-1928 (16:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 16.399

REFEREE: Aquiles Gama Malcher (ITA)

GOALS: 1-0 (Tarasconi 1’); 2-0 (Ferreira 4’); 3-0 (Tarasconi 10’); 3-1 (R. Braine 24’); 3-2 (Van Halme 28’); 3-3 (Moeschal 53’); 4-3 (Tarasconi 75’); 5-3 (Orsi 81’); 6-3 (Tarasconi 89’)

ARG

Argentina

Argentina - Belgium

België

BEL

6-3 (3-2)

ARGENTINA

Bossio

Paternóster, Bidoglio

Orlandini, Monti, Médici

Orsi, Cherro, Ferreira (c), Tarasconi, Carricaberry

COACH: José Lago

BELGIUM

De Bie

Ruyssevelt, Hoydonckx

P. Braine, Van Halme (c), Boesman

Devos, De Spae, R. Braine, Moeschal, Diddens

COACH: Viktor Löwenfeld

 

1/4 FINAL

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 3-06-1928 (16:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 25.131

REFEREE: Youssouf Mohammed (EGY)

GOALS: 0-1 (Petrone 35’); 0-2 (Petrone 39’); 0-3 (Castro 63’); 1-3 (R. Hofmann 81’); 1-4 (Petrone 84’)

[Incidents: The official Olympic report states that the score at halftime was 0-1 for Uruguay. Kalb (min. 37), Nasazzi (min. 87) and Richard Hofmann (min. 87) were all sent off.]

GER

Deutschland

Germany - Uruguay

Uruguay

URU

1-4 (0-2)

GERMANY

Stuhlfauth

Beier, Weber

Knöpfle, Kalb (c), Leinberger

Albrecht, Hornauer, Pöttinger, R. Hofmann, L. Hofmann

COACH: Otto Nerz

URUGUAY

Mazali

Arispe, Nasazzi (c)

Gestido, Fernández, Píriz

Cámpolo, Cea, Petrone, Castro, Urdinarán

COACH: Primo Giannotti

 

1/4 FINAL — TIE-BREAK

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 4-06-1928 (14:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.770

REFEREE: Hans Boekman (NED)

GOALS: 1-0 (Magnozzi 14’); 2-0 (Schiavio 15’); 3-0 (Baloncieri 18’); 4-0 (Bernardini 40’); 4-1 (Yermo 47’); 5-1 (Rivolta 72’); 6-1 (Levratto 76’); 7-1 (Levratto 77’)

ITA

Italia

Italy - Spain

España

SPA

7-1 (4-0)

ITALY

Combi

Caligaris, Rosetta

Pitto, Bernardini, Janni

Levratto, Magnozzi, Schiavio, Baloncieri (c), Rivolta

COACH: Augusto Rangone

SPAIN

Jáuregui

Zaldúa, Quincoces

Amadeo, Gamborena, Trino

Bienzobas, Cholín, Yermo (c), Marculeta, Robus

COACH: José Ángel Berraondo

 

1/4 FINAL

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 4-06-1928 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.448

REFEREE: Giovanni Mauro (ITA)

GOALS: 0-1 (Mahmoud R. Mokhtar 15’); 0-2 (Riyadh 48’); 1-2 (Vítor Silva 76’)

[Incidents: FIFA lists Soliman instead of Gamal in the Egyptian line-up.]

POR

Portugal

Portugal - Egypt

مصر

EGY

1-2 (0-1)

PORTUGAL

António Roquete

Carlos Alves, Jorge Vieira (c)

Tamanqueiro, Augusto Silva, César Matos

Valdemar Mota, Pepe, Vítor Silva, A. Martins, J.M. Martins

COACH: Cândido Oliveira

EGYPT

Hamdi

A. Salem, Abaza

Gamal, El-Hassani (c), El-Soury

El-Zobair, Mahmoud R. Mokhtar, M. Houda, Riyadh, I. Houda

COACH: Jim McCrae

 

1/2 FINAL

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 6-06-1928 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 7.887

REFEREE: Pedro Escartín (SPA)

GOALS: 1-0 (Cherro 10’); 2-0 (Ferreira 32’); 3-0 (Tarasconi 37’); 4-0 (Tarasconi 54’); 5-0 (Tarasconi 61’); 6-0 (Ferreira 82’)

[Incidents: Riyadh missed a penalty shot (min. 85), saved by Díaz.]

ARG

Argentina

Argentina - Egypt

مصر

EGY

6-0 (3-0)

ARGENTINA

Díaz

Paternóster, Bidoglio

Evaristo, Monti, Médici

Orsi, Cherro, Ferreira (c), Tarasconi, Carricaberry

COACH: José Lago

EGYPT

Rostam

Abaza, A. Salem

El-Soury, El-Hassani (c), A. Hassan

I. Houda, Riyadh, M. Hassan, Mahmoud R. Mokhtar, El-Zobair

COACH: Jim McCrae

 

1/2 FINAL

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 7-06-1928 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 15.230

REFEREE: Willem Eijmers (NED)

GOALS: 1-0 (Baloncieri 9’); 1-1 (Cea 17’); 1-2 (Cámpolo 28’); 1-3 (Scarone 31’); 2-3 (Levratto 60’)

ITA

Italia

Italy - Uruguay

Uruguay

URU

2-3 (1-3)

ITALY

Combi

Rosetta, Caligaris

Janni, Bernardini, Pitto

Rivolta, Baloncieri (c), Schiavio, Magnozzi, Levratto

COACH: Augusto Rangone

URUGUAY

Mazali

Arispe, Canavesi

Gestido, Fernández, Andrade

Cámpolo, Cea, Petrone, Scarone (c), Urdinarán

COACH: Primo Giannotti

 

PLACES 3-4

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 9-06-1928 (16:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 6.378

REFEREE: Jean Langenus (BEL)

GOALS: 1-0 (Schiavio 6’); 1-1 (Riyadh 12’); 2-1 (Baloncieri 14’); 2-2 (Riyadh 16’); 3-2 (Banchero 19’); 4-2 (Banchero 39’); 5-2 (Schiavio 42’); 6-2 (Banchero 44’); 7-2 (Baloncieri 52’); 8-2 (Schiavio 58’); 8-3 (El-Ezzam 60’); 9-3 (Magnozzi 72’); 10-3 (Magnozzi 80’); 11-3 (Magnozzi 88’)

[Incidents: Bernardini missed a penalty shot (min. 85).]

ITA

Italia

Italy - Egypt

مصر

EGY

11-3 (6-2)

ITALY

Combi

Caligaris, Bellini

Genovesi, Bernardini, Pitto

Levratto, Magnozzi, Schiavio, Banchero, Baloncieri (c)

COACH: Augusto Rangone

EGYPT

Hamdi

Shemais, Abaza

A. Hassan, El-Hassani (c), El-Soury

El-Zobair, El-Ezzam, M. Houda, Riyadh, I. Houda

COACH: Jim McCrae

 

FINAL

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 10-06-1928 (16:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 25.250

REFEREE: Johannes Mutters (NED)

GOALS: 1-0 (Petrone 23’); 1-1 (Ferreira 50’)

[Incidents: After a 1-1 tie at the end of regulation and extra-time, a replay of the final was scheduled three days later.]

URU

Uruguay

Uruguay - Argentina

Argentina

ARG

1-1 (1-0;1-1)

URUGUAY

Mazali

Arispe, Nasazzi (c)

Gestido, Fernández, Andrade

Cámpolo, Cea, Petrone, Castro, Urdinarán

COACH: Primo Giannotti

ARGENTINA

Bossio

Bidoglio, Paternóster

Médici, Monti, Evaristo

Carricaberry, Tarasconi, Ferreira (c), Gainzaraín, Orsi

COACH: José Lago

GAME SUMMARY

In an all-South-American olympic final, Uruguay and Argentina, two teams who knew each other well, played to a 1-1 draw after regulation and extra-time, and for the first time in history the olympic tournament could not finish on the scheduled date, as a replay will be needed to decide the gold medal (penalty shoot-outs had not yet been introduced in international football).

 

The final between arch-rivals Uruguay and Argentina was not as attractive as expected because both teams cancelled each other out with their mutual knowledge of virtues and faults. The absence of Scarone was a serious handicap for the offensive ambitions of the Uruguayans, who were slightly favorites before the final, and the opening minutes saw a close fight with neither team clearly in control of the game. Then, in minute 23, Uruguay opened the score after some beautiful interpassing between Urdinarán, Castro and Petrone which the latter finished with a low shot from close range. The disadvantage seemed to encourage the Argentinians, who launched a series of eager attacks, but the Uruguayan defense, led by a magnificent Nasazzi, stood firm.

 

In the second half, with tailwind, Argentina continued pressing for the equalizer, which they achieved after five minutes, when a high cross from Carricaberry produced a scramble in the Uruguayan area that Ferreira finished with a hard shot into the net. The speed of the Argentines seemed to disorient their neighbors temporarily, and a mistake of Mazali almost cost his team a second goal. As the half progressed, Uruguay could finally settle down and retook their control of the game. Urdinarán blasted the ball against the crossbar with a powerful drive and then Petrone sent his shot wide off the post. Petrone again had the best Uruguayan chance in all the game, but he incredibly missed in front of a gaping goal after Bossio had fumbled Castro’s shot. With 1-1 tie at the end of regulation, a 30-minute extra-time was needed to decide the olympic winner. During this additional period, both teams had chances to score the winner, but fatigue took its toll and in the end they had to settle for a draw and a replay game three days later.

 

FINAL — TIE-BREAK

STADIUM: Olympisch Stadion (Amsterdam)

DATE: 13-06-1928 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 25.110

REFEREE: Johannes Mutters (NED)

GOALS: 1-0 (Figueroa 17’); 1-1 (Monti 28’); 2-1 (Scarone 73’)

URU

Uruguay

Uruguay - Argentina

Argentina

ARG

2-1 (1-1)

URUGUAY

Mazali

Arispe, Nasazzi (c)

Gestido, Píriz, Andrade

Figueroa, Cea, Tito, Scarone, Arremón

COACH: Primo Giannotti

ARGENTINA

Bossio

Bidoglio, Paternóster

Médici, Monti, Evaristo

Carricaberry, Tarasconi, Ferreira (c), Perducca, Orsi

COACH: José Lago

GAME SUMMARY

Three days after the original final, Uruguay and Argentina met again in a replay game to decide the olympic champion. The Uruguayans, using five fresh players, dominated the early stages of the first half and took the lead in minute 17, when Figueroa latched onto a long pass from Tito to beat Bossio. An Argentine reaction followed, and near the half-hour mark Monti volleyed home a Carricaberry’s cross for the equalizer. Carricaberry then had a chance to score a second goal with a double shot, as Argentina kept their neighbors pinned back with constant attacks.

 

The Argentine domination continued during the second half, but Mazali was the savior for his team. Then, in minute 73, much against the run of play, Uruguay took the lead when Scarone finished a counterattack with a distant shot. Argentina tried to press for the equalizer, but the Uruguayan defense stood firm. Ferreira should have scored though when he found himself in front of goal, but he blasted his shot over the crossbar. The Argentine frustration grew as the end of the game approached and some violent challenges ensued, but Uruguay held on to their lead to claim a second olympic title.

 

CONSOLATION SERIES — FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Het Kasteel (Rotterdam)

DATE: 5-06-1928 (14:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 20.000

REFEREE: Aquiles Gama Malcher (ITA)

GOALS: 1-0 (Ghering 4’); 2-0 (Smeets 6’); 3-0 (Tap 63’); 3-1 (P. Braine 85’)

NED

Nederland

Netherlands - Belgium

België

BEL

3-1 (2-0)

NETHERLANDS

Van der Meulen

Dénis (c), Van Kol

Kools, Van Heel, Krom

Elfring, Smeets, Tap, Ghering, Weber

COACH: Bob Glendenning

BELGIUM

De Bie

Lavigne, Hoydonckx

Van Averbeke, Hellemans, Boesman

P. Braine (c), Bierna, R. Braine, Moeschal, Verhulst

COACH: Viktor Löwenfeld

 

CONSOLATION SERIES — FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Monnikenhuize (Arnhem)

DATE: 5-06-1928 (14:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.000

REFEREE: Johannes Mutters (NED)

GOALS: 0-1 (López 15’); 1-1 (Subiabre 24’); 2-1 (Subiabre 48’); 3-1 (Subiabre 89’)

[Incidents: FIFA lists Guevara and Contreras instead of Hernández and Mejía in the Mexican line-up and credits Sota with the first Mexican goal.]

CHI

Chile

Chile - Mexico

México

MEX

3-1 (1-1)

CHILE

Ibacache

Morales, Chaparro

Torres, Saavedra (c), Riveros

Schneeberger, Alfaro, Subiabre, Arias, Olguín

COACH: Frank Powell

MÉXICO

Bonfiglio

Garza Gutiérrez (c), Ojeda

L. Cerrilla, Suinaga, Hernández

Garcés, Mejía, Sota, Carreño, López

COACH: Jesús Salgado

 

CONSOLATION SERIES — FINAL

STADIUM: Het Kasteel (Rotterdam)

DATE: 8-06-1928 (14:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 18.000

REFEREE: Guillermo Comorera (SPA)

GOALS: 0-1 (Bravo 55’); 1-1 (Ghering 59’); 2-1 (Smeets 66’); 2-2 (Alfaro 89’)

[Incidents: Netherlands won by the drawing of lots and were presented with a consolation trophy, but they decided to donate it to Chile as a courtesy to their South American visitors.]

NED

Nederland

Netherlands - Chile

Chile

CHI

2-2 (0-0;2-2)

NETHERLANDS

Van der Meulen

Dénis (c), Van Kol

Kools, Van Heel, Krom

Elfring, Smeets, Tap, Ghering, Weber

COACH: Bob Glendenning

CHILE

Ibacache

Chaparro (c), Linford

Riveros, Torres, Morales

Arias, Subiabre, Bravo, Alfaro, Carbonell

COACH: Frank Powell

 

 

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