Hampden Park - Scotland V. Wales 1953

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    Hampden Park

    GV game in progress. SV Scotland attacking goal to the right McKenzie passes ahead his pass is intercepted but as the Welshman runs with the ball, McKenzie upends him. SV crowd. LV Scotland attacking. Ball runs loose along goal mouth. Ray Daniel just pushes it clear of Laurie Reilly, ball goes to Roy Clarks. He runs up the wing. Clarkes reaches centre. Davies... Davies shoots and Farm is lucky to scramble it away. SV McKenzie running with ball, passes to Reilly. Reilly beats Sherwood by cutting inside. He sends a perfect pass through to A. Brown ....Brown runs onto ball and places it in goal past Ron Howells. First goal for Scotland. SV crowd. SV Scotland attack. Brown running with ball, he passes to Johnstone. Johnstone beats three Welshmen, and fires in - Scotland's second goal. SV pan, crowd cheering. Half time 2-0. LV Wales scoring their first goal - Clarke taking a corner, ball seems safe from Scottish goal until Roy Paul dashes through, slips the ball to Billy Foulkes who centres for Charles - terrific shot. SV ball boy kicking ball back of net. LV crowd. LV Scotland attacking. SV Howells dancing about, in goal. SV Reilly running with ball. He evades slide tackle and fires in Scotland's third goal. CU crowd. LV sustained Scottish pressure until when ball is booted up field. SV Allchurch running through and scoring - score 3-2. LV crowd. SV Welsh attack - Charles receives, races towards goal, draws Farm out of goal, crosses the ball but a team mate footballers heads over empty goal. Young climbs goal post. SV Young getting down from post. SV crowd. SV Charles racing through and equalising. Scotland v Wales 3-3.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    09/11/1953
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    28956
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    126.06
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:02:26:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:05:00:00 / 01:07:26:00
    Canister:
    53/86
    Sort Number:
    53/086
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