Portsmouth 3 Newport 2 Aka Giant Killer… 1949

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    Full title reads: "Portsmouth 3 - Newport 2".

    Fratton Park, Portsmouth, Hampshire.

    LV Elevated kick-off (1st 8' for super title). MV Barlow receives ball in midfield and passes to Peter Harris whose shot goes over the line. GV Pompey supporters with banner. MV Clarke passes to Len Phillips, who scores goal. MV Supporters cheering.

    GV Newport County sweep down-field to attack & Butler punches out. MV Harper dribbles through. GV Newport win a corner. GV Newport supporters. LV Elev. Newport takes corner. Harper scores goal pan to players congratulating. MV Supporters.

    GV Midfield play. MV Carr scores Newport's 2nd goal and Portsmouth defend a lunge into goal. MV Players congratulating. Pan. LV Supporters cheering.

    2nd HALF:

    MV Portsmouth attack sent away by Scouler. Issac Clarke receives ball, is blocked by goalie. Ball rebounds to Jack Froggatt whose shot is headed off the line and whose second attempt goes out. CU Supporters cheering. MV Newport free kick sails into Portsmouth goal mouth, is cleared by Phillips. Clarke heads it back to Phillips. Phillips races forward, passes to Harris, who beats his man and passes to Clarke, who races on, beats outcoming goalie and sends ball over line. GV Crowd.

    MV Newport get corner, saved by goalie and cleared. MV Supporters cheering. SV Barlow takes penalty kick, saved by Grant and cleared. MV Supporters cheering. SV Harris races down wing, centres and Froggatt scores winning goal. Player picks ball out of net and pan to players congratulating. MV. Crowd.

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    01:40:38:00 / 01:43:13:00
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