World Cup 1966 Chile V. Italy 1966

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  • The game was played on 13 July 1966.

    The game was played at Roker Park.

    The referee, seen at 00:22, is Gottfried Dienst of Switzerland.

    The first Italian goal, seen at 00:37, is scored by Sandra Mazzola.

    The second Italian goal is not captured. Italy won the game 2-0.

    jamied 3rd May 2012
  • Thanks.

    British Pathé 23rd May 2012

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