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    STUTTGART, WEST GERMANY & BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

    Bayern Munich defeatist West German champions Stuttgart 3-1 in a first division soccer match in Stuttgart on September 5.Bayern Munich in red uniforms, took early control of the game, and had notched up a two-nil lead when the sides went in at half-time.The first goal came in the 37th minute, when Hans Pfluegler scored for Bayern Munich after a series of passes down field.The Bavarian side's second goal came just seven minutes later, when a slow build-up from mid-field ended in a curving shot from Bernd Duernberger which eluded the goalkeeper's desperate grasp.In the second half, Stuttgart fought back, with Hermann Ohlicher putting home a strong goal in the 68th minute.But the visiting side soon reasserted its dominance, scoring one more in the final minute of the game, through Roland Wohlfarth's power shot.In Brussels, Argentina, playing an aggressive game, had little trouble defeating an unsettled Belgian team 2-0 on September 5.The first goal came after only nine minutes, when Marcelo Trobbiani scored from inside the penalty area after an Argentine free kick.In the thirty-seventh minute, Argentine defender Oscar Ruggeri scored his team's second goal with a header from the corner by Trobbiani.It was the last goal of the game, but in the second half Argentina fell back on defensive play to protect its lead.The policy backfired somewhat when Ruggeri was sent off after a foul on Belgian forward Frank Vercauteren.The game was good practice for the Argentines, who face up to Franz Beckenbauer's West German team in the next few days.

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    1. ARD: BAYERN MUNICH (IN RED) GV After teammates set up shot with passes, Hans Pfluegler (on ground) slides in goal (2 shots) 0.21
    2. GV Munich players pass along midfield, Bernd Durnberger hits curving shot over goalie's hands for second goal (2 shots) 0.45
    3. GV Action by Stuttgart threatening Bayern Munich, No. 8, Hermann Ohlicher takes pass, smashes ball into net for score (2 shots) 0.54
    4. GV Ohlicher being congratulated by teammates 0.58
    5. GV Stuttgart attacking, missed play gives ball to Bayern Munich who advance toward Stuttgart, with ball taken by Roland Wohlfarth who beats goalie for score, crowd cheers (3 shots) 1.19
    6. BRT ARGENTINA (BLUE AND WHITE SHIRTS) AGAINST BELGIUM GV & CU Argentina take free kick, ball is worked into goal area, goal scored by Marcelo Trobbiani (3 shots) 1.41
    7. GV Corner by Argentina, goal hit by Argentine Oscar Ruggeri (3 shots) 1.55
    InitialsASG/PM

    SPORT: SOCCER
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    Background: STUTTGART, WEST GERMANY & BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

    Bayern Munich defeatist West German champions Stuttgart 3-1 in a first division soccer match in Stuttgart on September 5.Bayern Munich in red uniforms, took early control of the game, and had notched up a two-nil lead when the sides went in at half-time.The first goal came in the 37th minute, when Hans Pfluegler scored for Bayern Munich after a series of passes down field.The Bavarian side's second goal came just seven minutes later, when a slow build-up from mid-field ended in a curving shot from Bernd Duernberger which eluded the goalkeeper's desperate grasp.In the second half, Stuttgart fought back, with Hermann Ohlicher putting home a strong goal in the 68th minute.But the visiting side soon reasserted its dominance, scoring one more in the final minute of the game, through Roland Wohlfarth's power shot.In Brussels, Argentina, playing an aggressive game, had little trouble defeating an unsettled Belgian team 2-0 on September 5.The first goal came after only nine minutes, when Marcelo Trobbiani scored from inside the penalty area after an Argentine free kick.In the thirty-seventh minute, Argentine defender Oscar Ruggeri scored his team's second goal with a header from the corner by Trobbiani.It was the last goal of the game, but in the second half Argentina fell back on defensive play to protect its lead.The policy backfired somewhat when Ruggeri was sent off after a foul on Belgian forward Frank Vercauteren.The game was good practice for the Argentines, who face up to Franz Beckenbauer's West German team in the next few days.

    Source: ARD & BRT

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    Film ID:
    VLVA1QFHTY9GXLV7J9USCQ2NU98JC
    Media URN:
    VLVA1QFHTY9GXLV7J9USCQ2NU98JC
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    06/09/1984
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:01:55:00
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    Canister:
    N/A

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