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Hungary vs Yugoslavia international football match report

Date, kick-off time:
Wednesday, 5 October 1977, 18:00 (UTC+01:00)
National teams, score:
Hungary
4-3
Yugoslavia
Competition:
International Friendly
Referee:
Valentin Lipatov, Moscow /
Soviet Union
Attendance, venue:
15 000, Népstadion, Budapest
Goals:
1-0 (18') Zoltán Kereki, 2-0 (43') András Törőcsik, 2-1 (44') Safet Sušić, 3-1 (54') Béla Váradi (pen.), 4-1 (68') András Törőcsik, 4-2 (83') Safet Sušić, 4-3 (86') Dušan Nikolić
Hungary football team line-up in match Nr.522
Managed by association captain Lajos Baróti
Player
Caps
Age
Club
Yugoslavia football team line-up in match Nr.395
Managed by selection commission: Marko Valok, Stevan Vilotic, Gojko Zec
Player
Caps
Age
Club
Match stats
National team
Players
Average caps
Average age
Clubs
Goals
Cautions
Expulsions
Hungary
nan
nan
0
4
0
0
Yugoslavia
nan
nan
0
3
0
0
Historical data sources
Népsport (Budapest), №237, 06 Oct 1977; Arcanum Digitheca
Comments

Zsorzsinju - posted on 31 January 2015 at 20:02:56

Hungary captain:
Fazekas László (link: )
Hungary vs Yugoslavia post-match head-to-head
P
27
W
14
D
9
L
4
GF
53
GA
34
Av. goals
3.222
Av. attendance
38 608
Top Hungary goal scorers
1. Ferenc Puskás (1945 - 1956) - 84 goals
2. Sándor Kocsis (1948 - 1956) - 75 goals
... Béla Váradi (1972 - 1977) - 8 goals
... Zoltán Kereki (1976 - 1977) - 6 goals
... András Törőcsik (1977) - 4 goals
(correct as of October 5, 1977)
Top Yugoslavia goal scorers
1. Stjepan Bobek (1946 - 1954) - 38 goals
2. Milan Galić (1959 - 1965) - 37 goals
3. Blagoje Marjanović (1927 - 1938) - 36 goals
... Safet Sušić (1977) - 2 goals
... Dušan Nikolić (1977) - 1 goal
(correct as of October 5, 1977)
Brief match report
Wed. 05 Oct 1977
Népstadion, Budapest
Hungary 4-3 Yugoslavia
Goals: 18, 43, 44, 54, 68, 83, 86

Att: 15 000,
Ref: Lipatov (Soviet Union)

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