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1958 Scottish League Cup Final

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1958 Scottish League Cup Final

1958 Scottish League Cup Final
Event 1958–59 Scottish League Cup
Date 25 October 1958
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance 59,960

The 1958 Scottish League Cup Final was played on 25 October 1958 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and it was the final of the 13th Scottish League Cup competition. The final was contested by Hearts and Partick Thistle. Hearts won the match 5–1, thanks to goals by Willie Bauld, Johnny Hamilton and Jimmy Murray.

Match details

25 October 1958
Heart of Midlothian 5 – 1 Partick Thistle
Bauld Goal 5'28'
Murray Goal 10'38'
Hamilton Goal 60'
Smith Goal 46'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 59,960
GK England Gordon Marshall
FB Scotland Bobby Kirk
FB Scotland George Thomson
RH Scotland Dave Mackay
CH Scotland Freddie Glidden
LH Scotland John Cumming
RW Scotland Johnny Hamilton
IF Scotland Jimmy Murray
CF Scotland Willie Bauld
IF Scotland Jimmy Wardhaugh
LW Scotland Ian Crawford
Scotland Tommy Walker
GK Scotland Tom Ledgerwood
FB Scotland Joe Hogan
FB Scotland Frank Donlevy
RH Scotland David Mathers
CH Scotland Jimmy Davidson
LH Scotland Alex Wright
RW Scotland Johnny McKenzie
IF Scotland Lawrie Thomson
CF Scotland George Smith
IF Scotland Davie McParland
LW Scotland Tommy Ewing
Scotland David Meiklejohn

External links

  • Soccerbase
  • London Hearts

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