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  • England's 16th consecutive match without defeat
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  • England vs Ireland H2H: England national team's 13th victory in 14 matches

England vs Ireland international football match report

Date, kick-off time:
Saturday, 9 March 1895, 15:30 (UTC+0:00)
National teams, score:
England
9-0
Ireland
Referee:
James Robertson, Partick → Glasgow /
Scotland
Attendance, venue:
10 000, County Cricket Ground, Derby
Goals:
1-0 (3') Sam Torrans (own goal), 2-0 (4') Steve Bloomer, 3-0 (15') Frank Becton, 4-0 (30') Billy Bassett, 5-0 (36') Rab Howell, 6-0 (58') Steve Bloomer, 7-0 (60') Frank Becton, 8-0 (65') John Goodall, 9-0 (87') John Goodall
England football team line-up in match Nr.53
Managed by selection committee
Player
Caps
Age
Club
2
26
Bolton Wanderers FC, Bolton
2
23
Burnley FC, Burnley
7
27
Preston North End FC, Preston
1
27
Sheffield United FC, Sheffield
1
22
The Wednesday FC, Sheffield
2
28
Stoke FC, Stoke-upon-Trent
12
26
West Bromwich Albion FC, West Bromwich
1
21
Derby County FC, Derby
10
31
Derby County FC, Derby
3
24
Stoke FC, Stoke-upon-Trent
1
21
Preston North End FC, Preston
Ireland football team line-up in match Nr.38
Managed by selection committee
Player
Caps
Age
Club
2
27
Linfield FC, Belfast
1
21
Linfield FC, Belfast
14
26
Linfield FC, Belfast
1
17
Cliftonville FC, Belfast
Bob Milne  Captain 
4
24
Linfield FC, Belfast
4
23
Glentoran FC, Belfast
1
21
Glentoran FC, Belfast
14
26
Linfield FC, Belfast
23
26
Distillery FC, Lisburn
1
22
Cliftonville FC, Belfast
1
22
Linfield FC, Belfast
Match stats
National team
Players
Average caps
Average age
Clubs
Goals
Cautions
Expulsions
England
11
3.818
25.486
8
9
0
0
Ireland
11
6.000
23.654
4
0
0
0
Historical data sources
The Belfast News-Letter (Belfast), №24854, 11 Mar 1895; Newspapers.com
The Daily Telegraph (London), №12425, 11 Mar 1895; Newspapers.com
The Leeds Mercury (Leeds), №17762, 11 Mar 1895; Newspapers.com
The York Herald (York), №13655, 11 Mar 1895; Newspapers.com
The Pall Mall Gazette (London), №9348, 11 Mar 1895; Newspapers.com
Comments

dudd - posted on 25 December 2023 at 12:42:08

Goals:
...4-0 (30’) Tom Gordon (own goal)
from a grand side shot by Bassett, Gordon, in clearing. put the ball through his own goal’; Bassett, from almost off the line, put in an electric centre, which Gordon partially saved, put his efforts to clear from the corner of the goalpsosts failed and the fourth goal was registered somewhat luckily’; ’goalkeeper caught the ball but fumbled it against the post and allowed it to slip into the net (link: )
England vs Ireland post-match head-to-head
WP
96.5
P
14
W
13
D
1
L
0
GF
90
GA
9
GF/P
6.429
GA/P
0.643
Av attendance
6 624
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:
British Championship 1894
Scotland vs England 2-2
Glasgow, Saturday 7 April 1894
Next match:
British Championship 1895
England vs Wales 1-1
London, Monday 18 March 1895
Ireland national team matches
Previous match:
British Championship 1894
Ireland vs Scotland 1-2
Belfast, Saturday 31 March 1894
Next match:
British Championship 1895
Ireland vs Wales 2-2
Belfast, Saturday 16 March 1895
Top England goal scorers
1. Tinsley Lindley (1886 - 1891) - 13 goals
... John Goodall (1888 - 1895) - 10 goals
... Billy Bassett (1889 - 1895) - 5 goals
... Steve Bloomer (1895) - 2 goals
... Frank Becton (1895) - 2 goals
... Rab Howell (1895) - 1 goal
(correct as of March 9, 1895)
Brief match report
Sat. 09 Mar 1895
County Cricket Ground, Derby
England 9-0 Ireland
Goals: Torrans 3 (OG), Bloomer 4, Becton 15, Bassett 30, Howell 36, Bloomer 58, Becton 60, Goodall 65, Goodall 87

England: Sutcliffe, Crabtree, Holmes (c), Howell, Crawshaw, Turner, Bassett, Bloomer, Goodall, Schofield, Becton. Managed by selection committee.

Ireland: Tom Gordon, Hugh Gordon, Torrans, McKee, Milne (c), Burnett, Morrison, Gaffikin, Stanfield, Sherrard, Jordan. Managed by selection committee.

Att: 10 000,
Ref: Robertson (Scotland)

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