Samiksha Jaiswal

1965 European Cup Winners' Cup Final

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Referee  István Zsolt (Hungary)
Date  19 May 1965
Attendance  97,974
Champion  West Ham United F.C.
Venue  Wembley Stadium
1965 European Cup Winners' Cup Final httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediaenffd196
Event  1964–65 European Cup Winners' Cup
Similar  1992 European Cup Winn, 1981 European Cup Winn, 1979 European Cup Winn, 1974 European Cup Winn, 1977 European Cup Winn

West ham united vs 1860 munchen 1965 european cup winners cup final


The 1965 European Cup Winners' Cup Final was a football match between West Ham United of England and TSV 1860 Munich of West Germany. The final was held at Wembley Stadium in London on 19 May 1965. It was the final match of the 1964–65 Cup Winners' Cup tournament and the fifth European Cup Winners' Cup Final since the competition's inception.

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West Ham began the game brightly, but despite chances at both ends, there was no score at half-time. The breakthrough came in the 70th minute when Ronnie Boyce threaded a pass between two defenders and Alan Sealey scored from a difficult angle. Two minutes later, a free kick to West Ham was not cleared; Bobby Moore crossed the ball, Radenkovic failed to collect the ball and Sealey scored a second goal to seal the match for West Ham.

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1965 European Cup Winners' Cup Final Wikipedia


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