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1959 Scottish League Cup Final

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1959 Scottish League Cup Final

1959 Scottish League Cup Final
Event 1959–60 Scottish League Cup
Date 24 October 1959
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance 57,994

The 1959 Scottish League Cup Final was played on 24 October 1959 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and it was the final of the 14th Scottish League Cup competition. The final was contested by Hearts, who had won the previous year's final, and Third Lanark. Third Lanark had led 1–0 at half time thanks to an early goal by Joe McInnes, but Hearts turned things around and won 2–1 to retain the cup thanks to second half goals by Johnny Hamilton and Alex Young. Hearts would later go on to complete a League and League Cup double – the only non Old Firm side to achieve such a double.

Match details

24 October 1959
Heart of Midlothian 2 – 1 Third Lanark
Hamilton Goal 57'
Young Goal 59'
McInnes Goal 2'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 57,994
GK England Gordon Marshall
FB Scotland Bobby Kirk
FB Scotland George Thomson
RH Scotland Andy Bowman
CH Scotland John Cumming
LH Scotland Billy Higgins
RW Scotland Gordon Smith
IF Scotland Ian Crawford
CF Scotland Alex Young
IF Scotland Bobby Blackwood
LW Scotland Johnny Hamilton
Scotland Tommy Walker
GK Scotland Jocky Robertson
FB Scotland Billy Lewis
FB Scotland John Brown
RH Scotland Jim Reilly
CH Scotland George McCallum
LH Scotland Willie Cunningham
RW Scotland Joe McInnes
IF Scotland Bobby Craig
CF Scotland Dave Hilley
IF Scotland Matt Gray
LW Scotland Ian Hilley
Scotland George Young

External links

  • Soccerbase
  • London Hearts

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