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England vs Scotland international football match report

Date, kick-off time:
Saturday, 14 April 1951, 15:00 (UTC+0:00)
National teams, score:
England
2-3
Scotland
Referee:
George Mitchell, Falkirk /
Scotland
Attendance, venue:
98 750, British Empire Exhibition Stadium, Wembley → London
Goals:
1-0 (26') Harold Hassall, 1-1 (33') Bobby Johnstone, 1-2 (47') Lawrie Reilly, 1-3 (53') Billy Liddell, 2-3 (63') Tom Finney
England national team line-up in match Nr.262
Managed by team manager Walter Winterbottom
Player
Caps
Age
Club
14
31
Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, Wolverhampton
12
31
Tottenham Hotspur FC, Tottenham
3
25
Blackburn Rovers FC, Blackburn
3
31
Blackpool FC, Blackpool
3
28
Portsmouth FC, Portsmouth
33
36
Blackpool FC, Blackpool
Wilf Mannion   11' injured
25
32
Middlesbrough FC, Middlesbrough
22
29
Blackpool FC, Blackpool
1
22
Huddersfield Town AFC, Huddersfield
30
29
Preston North End FC, Preston
34
27
Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, Wolverhampton
Scotland national team line-up in match Nr.215
Managed by selection committee
Player
Caps
Age
Club
16
24
Morton FC, Greenock
24
28
Rangers FC, Glasgow
10
27
Rangers FC, Glasgow
10
23
Celtic FC, Glasgow
16
31
Rangers FC, Glasgow
3
29
Motherwell FC, Motherwell
9
30
Rangers FC, Glasgow
1
21
Hibernian FC, Edinburgh
9
22
Hibernian FC, Edinburgh
21
27
Dundee FC, Dundee
14
29
Liverpool FC, Liverpool
Match stats
National team
Players
Average caps
Average age
Clubs
Goals
Cautions
Expulsions
England
11
16.364
29.585
8
2
0
0
Scotland
11
12.091
26.980
7
3
0
0
Historical data sources
Evening Times (Glasgow), №23391, 14 Apr 1951; Google Newspapers
The Glasgow Herald (Glasgow), №90, 16 Apr 1951; Google Newspapers
The Manchester Guardian (Manchester), №32600, 16 Apr 1951; Newspapers.com
Comments

Chris01010 - posted on 17 October 2011 at 21:59:27

Stan Mortensen was injured in the first half and did not initally come out after half time. When Scotland went 2-1 ahead, Mortensen returned to the field. (link: )

Chris01010 - posted on 17 October 2011 at 22:04:22

The referee was Thomas Mitchell from Northern Ireland.

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Chris010 - posted on 22 May 2015 at 16:17:42

Wilf Mannion went off after 11 minutes with a fractured cheekbone. (link: )

db - posted on 4 September 2018 at 10:20:13

England V Scotland (1951)
Wembley Stadium, London.
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dudd - posted on 13 December 2019 at 15:19:20

Linesmen - I.C. Inglis, Edinburgh, and W.H. Quinn, Dumfries (link: )

dudd - posted on 13 December 2019 at 15:21:58

Attendance: 98 000
correct is
Attendance: 98 750 (link: )

db - posted on 8 December 2022 at 13:10:16

England plays Scotland in football at Wembley (1951)
GAUMONT BRITISH NEWSREEL (REUTERS)
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England vs Scotland post-match head-to-head
WP
42.7
P
68
W
21
D
16
L
31
GF
109
GA
127
GF/P
1.603
GA/P
1.868
Av attendance
56 206
WP - winning percentage, P - played, W - wins, D - draws, L - losses, GF - goals for, GA - goals against, Av - average
England national team matches
Previous match:
Friendly International
England vs Yugoslavia 2-2
London, Wednesday 22 November 1950
Next match:
Friendly International
England vs Argentina 2-1
Wembley, Wednesday 9 May 1951
Scotland national team matches
Previous match:
Friendly International
Scotland vs Austria 0-1
Glasgow, Wednesday 13 December 1950
Next match:
Friendly International
Scotland vs Denmark 3-1
Glasgow, Saturday 12 May 1951
Top England goal scorers
1. Steve Bloomer (1895 - 1907) - 28 goals
2. Vivian Woodward (1903 - 1911) - 28 goals
3. Tommy Lawton (1938 - 1948) - 22 goals
... Tom Finney (1946 - 1951) - 19 goals
... Harold Hassall (1951) - 1 goal
(correct as of April 14, 1951)
Top Scotland goal scorers
1. Hughie Gallacher (1925 - 1930) - 23 goals
2. Robert Hamilton (1899 - 1911) - 15 goals
... Lawrie Reilly (1948 - 1951) - 6 goals
... Billy Liddell (1946 - 1951) - 4 goals
... Bobby Johnstone (1951) - 1 goal
(correct as of April 14, 1951)
Brief match report
Sat. 14 Apr 1951
British Empire Exhibition Stadium, Wembley → London
England 2-3 Scotland
Goals: Hassall 26, Johnstone 33, Reilly 47, Liddell 53, Finney 63

England: Williams, Ramsey, Eckersley, Johnston, Froggatt, Matthews, Mannion, Mortensen, Hassall, Finney, Wright (c). Managed by Winterbottom.

Scotland: Cowan, Young (c), Cox, Evans, Woodburn, Redpath, Waddell, Johnstone, Reilly, Steel, Liddell. Managed by selection committee.

Att: 98 750,
Ref: Mitchell (Scotland)

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