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  • Austria suffered its 3rd consecutive defeat

Austria vs Czechoslovakia international football match report

Date, kick-off time: Sunday, 27 October 1946, 14:30 (UTC+01:00)
National teams, score:
Austria
-
Czechoslovakia
3:4
Competition:International Friendly
Referee:
Laurent Franken, Brussels
/
Belgium
Attendance, venue:56 000, Praterstadion (Wiener Stadion), Vienna
Goals:0:1 (19') Vojtech Zachar, 1:1 (40') Franz Binder, 2:1 (55') Franz Binder, 2:2 (65') Jaroslav Cejp, 2:3 (71') Jaroslav Cejp, 2:4 (86') Vojtech Zachar, 3:4 (90') Franz Kaspirek
Austria national football team line-up in match Nr.199
Managed by team manager Edi Bauer
PlayerCapsClub
Josef Spale   32' 4FK Austria, Wien
32' Leopold Grimme   1FC Wien, Wien
Franz Pavuza   3FC Wien, Wien
Engelbert Smutny   3SK Rapid, Wien
Leopold Gernhardt   6SK Rapid, Wien
Ernst Sabeditsch   18' 5First Vienna FC, Wien
18' Leopold Mikolasch   3FK Austria, Wien
Siegfried Joksch   5FK Austria, Wien
Ernst Melchior   3FK Austria, Wien
Karl Decker   7First Vienna FC, Wien
Franz Binder  Captain  16SK Rapid, Wien
Wilhelm Hahnemann   13SC Wacker, Wien
Franz Kaspirek   1SK Rapid, Wien
Czechoslovakia national team line-up in match Nr.140
Managed by association captain Jiří Pichler
PlayerCapsClub
Karel Horák   2AC Sparta, Praha
Stanislav Kocourek   2SK Slavia, Praha
Karel Senecký   11AC Sparta, Praha
Ladislav Koubek   3AC Sparta, Praha
Otakar Nožíř   2SK ASO, Olomouc
Josef Ludl   10AC Sparta, Praha
Jan Říha   19AC Sparta, Praha
Ladislav Kubala   1ŠK Bratislava, Bratislava
Jaroslav Cejp   1AC Sparta, Praha
Josef Bican  Captain  9SK Slavia, Praha
Vojtech Zachar   2ŠK Žilina, Žilina
Match stats
National teamPlayersAverage capsAverage ageClubsGoalsCautionsExpulsions
Austria135.38528.3515300
Czechoslovakia115.63627.1085400
Historical data sources
Neue Zeit (Linz), №250, 28.10.1946; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Salzburger Tagblatt (Salzburg), №248, 28.10.1946; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Oberösterreichische Nachrichten (Linz), №250, 28.10.1946; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Weltpresse (Vienna), №249, 28.10.1946; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Wiener Kurier (Vienna), №249, 28.10.1946; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Neue Zeit (Graz), №247, 29.10.1946; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Neues Österreich (Vienna), №466, 29.10.1946; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Österreichische Zeitung (Vienna), №250, 29.10.1946; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Wiener Zeitung (Vienna), №252, 29.10.1946; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Rudé právo (Prague), №250, 30.10.1946; Moravská zemská knihovna
Svobodné slovo (Prague), №248, 30.10.1946; Moravská zemská knihovna
Národná obroda (Bratislava), №248, 30.10.1946; Univerzitná knižnica v Bratislave
Naše pravda (Zlín), №250, 30.10.1946; Národní archiv
Svobodné noviny (Prague), №249, 30.10.1946; Moravská zemská knihovna
Rovnost (Brno), №250, 30.10.1946; Moravská zemská knihovna
Nová Svoboda (Ostrava), №250, 30.10.1946; Vědecká knihovna v Olomouci
Comments

Zsorzsinju - posted 19.12.2011 11:13:49

Captain:
Austria: Franz Binder "Bimbo" (link: )
Austria vs Czechoslovakia post-match head-to-head
PlayedWonDrawnLostGoalsPoints/Match
1847727 - 310.833
Austria v Czechoslovakia match-by-match record
Austria matches
Previous match:
Friendly International
Hungary vs Austria 2-0
Budapest, Sunday 6 October 1946
Next match:
Friendly International
Switzerland vs Austria 1-0
Bern, Sunday 10 November 1946
Czechoslovakia matches
Previous match:
Friendly International
Yugoslavia vs Czechoslovakia 4-2
Belgrade, Sunday 29 September 1946
Next match:
Friendly International
Czechoslovakia vs Yugoslavia 3-1
Prague, Sunday 11 May 1947
Austria top scorers
1. Hans Horvath (1924 - 1934) - 29 goals
2. Toni Schall (1927 - 1934) - 27 goals
3. Matthias Sindelar (1926 - 1937) - 26 goals
... Franz Binder (1933 - 1946) - 13 goals
... Franz Kaspirek (1946) - 1 goal
(correct as of October 27, 1946)
Czechoslovakia top scorers
1. Antonín Puč (1926 - 1939) - 35 goals
2. Oldřich Nejedlý (1931 - 1939) - 29 goals
3. Josef Silný (1925 - 1933) - 28 goals
... Jaroslav Cejp (1946) - 2 goals
... Vojtech Zachar (1946) - 2 goals
(correct as of October 27, 1946)
Brief match report
Sun. 27 Oct 1946
Praterstadion (Wiener Stadion), Vienna
Austria 3-4 Czechoslovakia
Goals: Zachar 19, Binder 40, Binder 55, Cejp 65, Cejp 71, Zachar 86, Kaspirek 90

Austria: Spale (Grimme 32), Pavuza, Smutny, Gernhardt, Sabeditsch (Mikolasch 18), Joksch, Melchior, Decker, Binder (c), Hahnemann, Kaspirek. Managed by Bauer.

Czechoslovakia: Horák, Kocourek, Senecký, Koubek, Nožíř, Ludl, Říha, Kubala, Cejp, Bican (c), Zachar. Managed by Pichler.

Att: 56 000
Ref: Franken (Belgium)

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