England V Wales 1964

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    Full title reads: "Wembley. England V Wales".

    Wembley Stadium, London. England beat Wales 2-1 in international football match.

    SV Ron Flowers and Mike England as Flowers spins coin and England wins the toss. GV Crowd. GV England kick off. GV The ball is passed across field. GV ball goes to Peter Thompson. SV Peter Thompson beats the back and centres. Ball is headed by England player then by another and it goes wide. SV Crowd. GV Alan Hinton on the left wing with the ball, he centres. GV Ball coming in and Tony Millington punches the ball out. GV Terry Henessey passes out to the left wing where Wyn Davies runs onto the ball. He passes inside. GV Welsh player with the ball. He shoots. Tony Waiters collects the ball easily and throws up field. GV Mike Bailey with the ball. He centres. GV The ball coming in. Frank Wignall and Stewart Williams go up for the ball but it runs on to Alan Hinton, who puts the ball back in the middle it bounces off Mike England. SV The ball bouncing out to Hinton who puts it back in the middle Wignall gets his head to it and the ball goes in the net. GV Crowd. GV Wales attack. Graham Williams centres. GV ball comes in. Ron Davies chests it down and shoots the ball goes over the bar. CU Man in crowd. GV Peter Thompson with the ball, he centres. Hinton heads the ball towards goal. Millington saves. GV Crowd at half time. GV Wales kick off. GV Ronny Rees centres and Waiters moves out and takes the ball and throws up field. GV England attacking, the ball is centred. GV England player going through with the ball, he is tackled by Stewart Williams. GV The ball runs to Frank Wignall who shoots and Millington tips it over. CU Crowd. GV Wales attack. Ronnie Rees centres the ball is blocked. SV Ron Davies and two England defenders going for the ball it runs loose towards the goal Waiters kicks clear. GV Crowd. GV Hinton with the ball. He centres Wignall heads and the ball goes in the net. GV Crowd. GV Graham Williams tries a shoot, but it goes behind. GV Crowd. GV Wales on the attack. GV Ron Davies passes to Cliff Jones, who shoots and scores. GV Crowd. GV England in mid-field. Bobbie Thompson and Hinton one two, Thompson centres. GV Roger Hunt heads it but it goes just wide. GV Crowd. GV Teams shaking hands at end of game. (Orig.Neg.)

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    24/11/1964
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    54838
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    1775.19
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:02:39:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:26:27:00 / 01:29:06:00
    Canister:
    64/95
    Sort Number:
    64/095
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