Match No. 513 - Sunday, 12th June 1977

  • Daniel Bertoni, 15'
    • 1
    • Héctor BaleyHéctor Rodolfo Baley.
      Born 16th Nov 1950, Bahia Blanca.
    • 2
    • Daniel KillerDaniel Pedro Killer.
      Born 21st Dec 1949, Rosario.
    • 3
    • Daniel PassarellaDaniel Alberto Passarella.
      Born 25th May 1953, Chacabuco.
    • 4
    • Vicente PerníaVicente Alberto Pernía.
      Born 25th Apr 1949, Tandil.
    • 5
    • Alberto TarantiniAlberto César Tarantini.
      Born 3rd Dec 1955, Ezeiza.
    • 6
    • Osvaldo ArdilesOsvaldo César Ardiles.
      Born 3rd Aug 1952, Cordoba.
    • 7
    • Ricardo BochiniRicardo Enrique Bochini.
      Born 25th Jan 1954, Zarate.
    • 55'
    • 8
    • Américo GallegoAmérico Rubén Gallego.
      Born 25th Apr 1955, Morteros.
      (c)
    • 9
    • Daniel BertoniRicardo Daniel Bertoni.
      Born 14th Mar 1955, Bahia Blanca.
      83' "The game was proceeding to a draw when Cherry made a mild challenge from behind on Bertoni, spread his palms wide as the Argentinian turned and received a blow in the mouth for his trouble. The referee's back was turned but a linesman had spotted the incident although his version must have been a little awry because after Bertoni had been sent off an amazed Cherry, mouth starting to bleed, followed him. Afterwards it was learned that Cherry had lost two front teeth."
    • 83'
    • 10
    • Leopoldo LuqueLeopoldo Jacinto Luque.
      Born 3rd May 1949, Santa Fe.
    • 11
    • Oscar Alberto OrtizOscar Alberto Ortiz.
      Born 8th Apr 1953, Chacabuco.
    • 55'
    • Omar LarrosaOmar Ruben Larrosa.
      Born 18th Nov 1947, Lanus.
    • 55'
    • Juan Ramón RochaJuan Ramón Rocha.
      Born 8th May 1954, Santo Tome.
    • 55'
  • Assist: Mick Channon. "Within three minutes...Greenhoff's quickly taken free kick on the right found Channon in space, a precise centre swerved towards he near post and Pearson, throwing himself in front of Killer, glanced the ball back past Baley to give England the lead." Stuart Pearson4th of 5 goals, 3'
    • 1
    • Ray ClemenceLiverpool, 29th of 61 caps
      28 years, 10 months, 7 days
    • 2
    • Phil NealLiverpool, 6th of 50 caps
      26 years, 3 months, 20 days
    • 3
    • Trevor CherryLeeds, 11th of 27 caps
      29 years, 3 months, 18 days
      83' "The game was proceeding to a draw when Cherry made a mild challenge from behind on Bertoni, spread his palms wide as the Argentinian turned and received a blow in the mouth for his trouble. The referee's back was turned but a linesman had spotted the incident although his version must have been a little awry because after Bertoni had been sent off an amazed Cherry, mouth starting to bleed, followed him. Afterwards it was learned that Cherry had lost two front teeth."
    • 83'
    • 5
    • David WatsonMan City, 24th of 65 caps
      30 years, 8 months, 7 days
    • 6
    • Emlyn HughesLiverpool, 46th of 62 caps
      29 years, 9 months, 15 days
    • 7
    • Kevin KeeganHamburg, 31st of 63 caps
      26 years, 3 months, 26 days
      (c)9th captaincy
    • 8
    • Mick ChannonSouthampton, 44th of 46 caps
      28 years, 6 months, 14 days
    • 10
    • Ray WilkinsChelsea, 6th of 84 caps
      20 years, 8 months, 28 days
    • 11
    • Brian TalbotIpswich, 4th of 6 caps
      23 years, 10 months, 22 days
    • Ray KennedyLiverpool, 9th of 17 caps
      25 years, 10 months, 15 days
    • HT

Notes

  • Bertoni & Cherry: Red Cards"The game was proceeding to a draw when Cherry made a mild challenge from behind on Bertoni, spread his palms wide as the Argentinian turned and received a blow in the mouth for his trouble. The referee's back was turned but a linesman had spotted the incident although his version must have been a little awry because after Bertoni had been sent off an amazed Cherry, mouth starting to bleed, followed him. Afterwards it was learned that Cherry had lost two front teeth."

Sources

  • England: The Complete Post-War Record by Mike Payne (Breedon Books Publishing Company 1993)
  • The Guardian "England catch Latin mood", Monday 13th June 1977, page 17.

Managers

  • England Don Revie
  • Argentina Cesar Luis Menotti

Referee

  • Uruguay Ramón Barreto Ruiz

Attendance

  • 60,000

Half Time Score

ELO Ratings

  • No change in rank, gaining 3 ranking points to 1910 points England - 10th
  • Argentina - 8th