Semi-Finals Leicester V Liverpool 1963

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    Sheffield, Yorkshire.

    Start of the FA (Football Association) Cup semi-final match between Leicester City and Liverpool at Hillsborough stadium, Sheffield. SV. Liverpool taking the field. GV. Crowd. SV. Two captains at the centre line for the toss up. Appelton of Leicester on left, Ronnie Yeats of Liverpool on right. Referee Holland spins the coin, Yeats wins the toss and the referee hands the coin to the young Liverpool mascot. SV. Crowd. GV. Leicester kicking off from left to right in long sleeved shirts. Kick off. SV. Riley with the ball. GV. Riley centres the ball is headed out and finally cleared by Gordon Milne. GV. Liverpool attacking, the ball is tossed from the right wing. SV. The ball coming across the goal. Kevin Lewis gets his head to the ball but it goes wide. SV. Crowd. GV. Liverpool attacking, Lewis shoots. SV. Gordon Banks takes the ball throws up field. GV. Leicester attacking, Ken Keyworth chases the ball, gets a foot to it and Tom Lawrence saves at close range. SCU. Crowd. GV. Riley taking free kick. Mike Stringfellow heads the ball and the ball goes towards goal. CU. Ball going into net. GV. Crowd cheering. GV. Liverpool corner being taken on the right. SV. As the ball comes across, Banks dives for it. Liverpool player gets a foot to it but the ball hits the post. GV. Crowd at half time. GV. Liverpool kicking off for second half the ball is kicked up into the Leicester half. SV. Crowd. GV. Liverpool attacking. Roger Hunt shoots and Banks makes a good save. He throws up field. GV. Liverpool in possession, the ball is passed to Byrne who passes the ball forward. CU. Boy in crowd. GV. Lewis with the ball. He is tackled by Richie Norman and Ian King and the ball goes behind for a corner. GV. Ian Callaghan taking the corner but the ball is cleared by Frank McLintock. GV. Players chasing ball. CU. Boy in crowd. SV. Leicester attacking. Leicester player tries to put the ball across the goal but Liverpool player intercepts and the ball goes behind for a corner. SCU. Crowd. GV. Liverpool attacking Lewis tries a long shot and Banks saves. GV. Masses crowds at end of game. Final score Leicester City 1, Liverpool 0.

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