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1970 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final

1970 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final
Event Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 1969–70
First leg
Date 22 April 1970
Venue Constant Vanden Stock Stadium, Anderlecht
Referee Rudolf Scheurer (Switzerland)
Attendance 37,000
Second leg
Date 28 April 1970
Venue Highbury, London
Referee Gerhard Kunze (East Germany)
Attendance 51,612
1969
1971

The 1970 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final was the final of the twelfth season of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. It was played on 22 and 28 April 1970 between Anderlecht of Belgium and Arsenal of England. Arsenal won the tie 4–3 on aggregate; after trailing 3–1 in the first leg, Arsenal mounted a comeback in the second with a 3–0 victory.

Match details

First leg

22 April 1970
Anderlecht Belgium 3 – 1 England Arsenal
Devrindt Goal 25'
Mulder Goal 30'74'
Kennedy Goal 82'
ANDERLECHT:
GK 1 Belgium Jean-Marie Trappeniers
RB 2 Belgium Georges Heylens
3 Belgium Jean Cornelis Substituted off 68'
4 Sweden Tomas Nordahl
5 Belgium Roland Velkeneers
6 Belgium Julien Kialunda
7 Belgium Gerard Desanghere
8 Belgium Johan Devrindt
FW 9 Netherlands Jan Mulder
FW 10 Belgium Paul Van Himst (captain)
11 Belgium Wilfried Puis
Substitutes:
12 Belgium Alfons Peeters Substituted in 68'
Manager:
France Pierre Sinibaldi
 
ARSENAL:
GK 1 Scotland Bob Wilson
FB 2 England Peter Storey
FB 3 England Bob McNab
CM 4 Scotland Eddie Kelly
CB 5 Scotland Frank McLintock (c)
CB 6 England Peter Simpson
RM 7 England George Armstrong
CM 8 England Jon Sammels
FW 9 England John Radford
FW 10 England Charlie George Substituted off 77'
LM 11 Scotland George Graham
Substitutes:
FW 12 England Ray Kennedy Substituted in 77'
Manager:
England Bertie Mee

Second leg

28 April 1970
Arsenal England 3 – 0 Belgium Anderlecht
Kelly Goal 25'
Radford Goal 75'
Sammels Goal 76'
Highbury, London
Attendance: 51,612
Referee: Gerhard Kunze (East Germany)
ARSENAL:
GK 1 Scotland Bob Wilson
FB 2 England Peter Storey
FB 3 England Bob McNab
CM 4 Scotland Eddie Kelly
CB 5 Scotland Frank McLintock (c)
CB 6 England Peter Simpson
RM 7 England George Armstrong
CM 8 England Jon Sammels
FW 9 England John Radford
FW 10 England Charlie George
LM 11 Scotland George Graham
Manager:
England Bertie Mee
RSC ANDERLECHT:
GK 1 Belgium Jean-Marie Trappeniers
RB 2 Belgium Georges Heylens
3 Belgium Maurice Martens
4 Sweden Tomas Nordahl
5 Belgium Roland Velkeneers
6 Belgium Julien Kialunda
7 Belgium Gerard Desanghere
8 Belgium Johan Devrindt
FW 9 Netherlands Jan Mulder
FW 10 Belgium Paul Van Himst (c)
11 Belgium Wilfried Puis
Manager:
France Pierre Sinibaldi
Arsenal won 4–3 on aggregate.

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