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Wembley Stadium

Wednesday, May 7th, 1969

Home International Championship
Attendance: 72,000

England

Wales
2
1

Bobby Charlton (58), Francis Lee (72)
 
Ron Davies (18)
     
     
     

Managers
View complete set Alf Ramsey
View complete set Dave Bowen

Players
 
ENGLAND
 
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 01  Gordon West (G)
Cap number 2
Everton
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 02  Keith Newton (FB)
Cap number 15
Blackburn Rovers
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 03  Terry Cooper (FB)
Cap number 2
Leeds United
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 04  Bobby Moore (Capt.) (CD)
Cap number 68
West Ham United
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 06  Norman Hunter (CD)
Cap number 12
Leeds United
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 05  Jack Charlton (CH)
Cap number 31
Leeds United
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 08  Colin Bell (M)
Cap number 5
Manchester City
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 11  Alan Ball (M)
Cap number 31
Everton
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 07  Francis Lee (F)
Cap number 4
Manchester City
 72
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 09  Jeff Astle (CF)
Cap number 1
West Bromwich Albion
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 10  Bobby Charlton (CF)
Cap number 92
Manchester United
 58
WALES
 
1Gary Sprake
2Peter Rodrigues
3Rod Thomas
4Alan Durban (Capt.)
5David Powell
6Ollie Burton
7Barrie Jones
8Ron Davies (18)
9John Toshack
10Wyn Davies
11Graham Moore
1968 /69

Francis Lee missed a penalty in the first half when Ron Davies stopped a Jeff Astle header with his hand. Astle then knocked the ball home for what would have been a debut goal but the referee had already pointed to the spot.

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Match no. 110. Wales led 1-0 at half-time through a header by the great Ron Davies. England won it with second half goals from Francis Lee and Bobby Charlton. There was a great atmosphere in the stadium, the post-1966 euphoria was still evident.

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