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World Cup 1970

FINALS IN MEXICO - MAY 31 TO JUNE 21

England automatically qualified for the Finals as the current World Cup holders.

England's squad: Goalkeepers: Gordon Banks (#1), Peter Bonetti (#12), Alex Stepney (#13); Defenders: Keith Newton (#2), Terry Cooper (#3), Alan Mullery (#4), Brian Labone (#5), Bobby Moore (#6), Tommy Wright (#14), Jackie Charlton (#17), Norman Hunter (#18); Midfielders: Francis Lee (#7), Alan Ball (#8), Martin Peters (#11), Nobby Stiles (#15), Emlyn Hughes (#16), Colin Bell (#19); Forwards: Bobby Charlton (#9), Geoff Hurst (#10), Peter Osgood (#20), Allan Clarke (#21), Jeff Astle (#22). Coach: Sir Alf Ramsey.


FINALS GROUP 3
Date Fixture Venue Result 'Home' Team
Scorers
'Away' Team
Scorers
Att
02.06.1970 Romania V England Jalisco Stadium,
Guadalajara
0-1 Hurst 65' 50,560
03.06.1970 Czechoslovakia V Brazil Jalisco Stadium,
Guadalajara
1-4 Petras 11' Rivelino 24'
Pele 59'
Jairzinho 61', 81'
52,879
06.06.1970 Romania V Czechoslovakia Jalisco Stadium,
Guadalajara
2-1 Neagu 52'
Dumitrache 75' - pen
Petras 5' 57,818
07.06.1970 England V Brazil Jalisco Stadium,
Guadalajara
0-1 Jairzinho 59' 66,843
10.06.1970 Brazil V Romania Jalisco Stadium,
Guadalajara
3-2 Pele 19', 67'
Jairzinho 22'
Dumitrache 34'
Dembrowski 84'
50,804
11.06.1970 England V Czechoslovakia Jalisco Stadium,
Guadalajara
1-0 Clarke 50' - pen 49,292

Country Pl W D L F A Pts
Brazil 3 3 0 0 8 3 6
England 3 2 0 1 2 1 4
Romania 3 1 0 2 4 5 2
Czechoslovakia 3 0 0 3 2 7 0

Brazil and England qualified for the quarter-finals.


QUARTER-FINALS
Date Fixture Venue Result 'Home' Team
Scorers
'Away' Team
Scorers
Att
14.06.1970 Uruguay V Soviet Union Azteca,
Mexico City
1-0
(aet)
Esparrago 116' 26,085
14.06.1970 Italy V Mexico Luis Dosal,
Toluca
4-1 og Pena 25'
Riva 63', 76'
Rivera 70'
Gonzalez 13' 26,851
14.06.1970 Brazil V Peru Jalisco Stadium,
Guadalajara
4-2 Rivelino 11'
Tostao 15', 52'
Jairzinho 75'
Gallardo 28'
Cubillas 70'
Unknown
14.06.1970 West Germany V England Guanajuato,
Leon
3-2
(aet)
Beckenbauer 68'
Seeler 82'
Muller 108'
Mullery 31'
Peters 49'
23,357

England did not progress.
Brazil won the competition.