Wolves Devour Manchester U. 1949

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    Full title reads: "Wolves Devour Manchester U.".

    Goodison Park, Liverpool, Merseyside.

    Wolverhampton Wanderers beat Manchester United 1-0 in football FA Cup semi-final replay.

    LV crowd. MV Wolves criss-cross passing takes them down to Manchester Utd. goal area. MV Jimmie Mullen centres to Billy Wright, who kicks ball out but Wolves claim corner. MV Sammy Smyth pass intercepted by C Aston who kicks up-field to Harry Cockburn, who sends ball into goal mouth. MV & CU Towards, ball hits post and Jimmie Delaney crashes into side netting. He is attended by team mates. LV Elev. Crowd.

    (2nd Half)

    MV Wolves attack. Ball goes out to Jimmy Mullen, who centres. GV. Ball goes out to Johnny Hancocks, whose shot hits the bar and bounces off. MV. Crowd cheering. MV Dann sends ball down-field. MV Jessie Pye receives ball. His shot bounces off Crompton and Smyth heads in. Players congratulate Smyth.

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    01:35:16:00 / 01:36:24:00
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