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  • Poland suffered its 3rd consecutive defeat

Poland vs Hungary international football match report

Date, kick-off time:
Sunday, 19 September 1948, 16:00 (UTC+02:00)
National teams, score:
Poland
2-6
Hungary
Referee:
Jaroslav Vlček, Prague /
Czechoslovakia
Attendance, venue:
40 000, Stadion Wojska Polskiego, Warsaw
Goals:
0-1 (20') József Bozsik, 0-2 (25') Nándor Hidegkuti, 0-3 (29') Ferenc Szusza, 1-3 (37') Józef Kohut, 2-3 (68') Gerard Cieślik, 2-4 (69') Ferenc Deák, 2-5 (72') Mátyás Tóth, 2-6 (81') Nándor Hidegkuti
Poland football team line-up in match Nr.95
Managed by selection committee, association captain Zygmunt Alfus, coach Wacław Kuchar
Player
Caps
Age
Club
Hungary football team line-up in match Nr.263
Managed by selection committee, association captain Gusztáv Sebes, association captain Béla Mandik, association captain Gábor Kléber
Player
Caps
Age
Club
Match stats
National team
Players
Average caps
Average age
Clubs
Goals
Cautions
Expulsions
Poland
nan
nan
0
2
0
0
Hungary
nan
nan
0
6
0
0
Historical data sources
Trybuna Robotnicza (Katowice), №244, 20 Sep 1948; Śląska Biblioteka Cyfrowa
Życie Warszawy (Warsaw), №260, 20 Sep 1948; Biblioteka Główna Województwa Mazowieckiego
Dziennik Łódzki (Łódź), №260, 20 Sep 1948; Biblioteka Regionalia Ziemi Łódzkiej
Przegląd Sportowy (Warsaw), №81, 20 Sep 1948; Biblioteka Uniwersytecka w Warszawie
Népsport (Budapest), №187, 20 Sep 1948; Arcanum Digitheca
Robotnik (Warsaw), №260, 21 Sep 1948; Biblioteka Narodowa - Polona
Képes Sportlap (Budapest), №40, 21 Sep 1948; Arcanum Digitheca
Comments

- posted on 2 May 2009 at 16:06:22

Warsaw, Sept. 19, 1948. The Poland-Hungary soccer match 6:2 (3:1) at the stadium of Legia Military Sport Club at 3 Lazienkowska Street. Pictured: Hungarian team (from left): Ferenc Szusza, Gyula Grosics, Sandor Balogh, Janos Borzsei, Nandor Hidegkuti, Matyas Toth, Bela Egresi, Ferenc Rudas, Jozsef Zakarias, Ferenc Deak, Jozsef Bozsik.
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- posted on 2 May 2009 at 16:07:51

Warsaw, Sept. 19, 1948. The Poland-Hungary soccer match 6:2 (3:1) at the stadium of Legia Military Sport Club at 3 Lazienkowska Street. Pictured: the Polish team (from left): Mieczyslaw Gracz, Tadeusz Wasko, Jozef Kohut, Gerard Cieslik, Eugeniusz Kubicki, Henryk Janduda, Antoni Barwinski, Henryk Bobula, Mieczyslaw Szczurek, Antoni Janik, Tadeusz Parpan and sideline referee Michalik and linesman Vicek.
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stringer - posted on 9 January 2011 at 17:15:11

The second Hungary goal is often credited to Hidegkuti, rather than Deak. (link: )

Zsorzsinju - posted on 15 January 2012 at 16:04:29

Managed by association captain
(...)

Zsorzsinju - posted on 15 January 2012 at 16:20:15

In 1948, Sebes, along with Béla Mandik and Gábor Kompóti-Kléber, was part of a three-man committee that took charge of the Hungary national football team.
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Zsorzsinju - posted on 18 January 2013 at 18:14:39

Hungary Captain:
Szusza Ferenc

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naguso - posted on 10 October 2018 at 20:57:56

1948 [95] Polska v Węgry [2-6] Poland v Hungary
1948 [95] Polska v Węgry [2-6] Poland v Hungary
mecz towarzyski
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Poland vs Hungary post-match head-to-head
P
8
W
1
D
0
L
7
GF
7
GA
27
Av. goals
4.250
Av. attendance
16 322
Poland national team matches
Previous match:
Balkan and Central European Championship 1948 (Not finished)
Poland vs Yugoslavia 0-1
Warsaw, Wednesday 25 August 1948
Next match:
Balkan and Central European Championship 1948 (Not finished)
Poland vs Romania 0-0
Chorzów, Sunday 10 October 1948
Hungary national team matches
Previous match:
Balkan and Central European Championship 1948 (Not finished)
Hungary vs Romania 9-0
Újpest, Sunday 6 June 1948
Next match:
Friendly International
Hungary vs Austria 2-1
Újpest, Sunday 3 October 1948
Top Poland goal scorers
1. Ernest Wilimowski (1934 - 1939) - 21 goals
2. Józef Nawrot (1930 - 1934) - 16 goals
3. Leonard Piątek (1937 - 1939) - 11 goals
4. Wawrzyniec Staliński (1923 - 1928) - 11 goals
5. Gerard Cieślik (1947 - 1948) - 9 goals
6. Gerard Wodarz (1934 - 1938) - 9 goals
... Józef Kohut (1948) - 1 goal
(correct as of September 19, 1948)
Top Hungary goal scorers
1. Imre Schlosser (1906 - 1921) - 58 goals
... Ferenc Deák (1946 - 1948) - 15 goals
... Ferenc Szusza (1942 - 1948) - 14 goals
... Nándor Hidegkuti (1945 - 1948) - 7 goals
... Mátyás Tóth (1939 - 1948) - 6 goals
... József Bozsik (1948) - 1 goal
(correct as of September 19, 1948)
Brief match report
Sun. 19 Sep 1948
Stadion Wojska Polskiego, Warsaw
Poland 2-6 Hungary
Goals: 20, 25, 29, 37, 68, 69, 72, 81

Att: 40 000,
Ref: Vlček (Czechoslovakia)

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