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    MADRID & BARCELONA, SPAIN

    France ended Northern Ireland's unexpected World Cup run with a 4-1 victory at the Madrid stadium on July 4.

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    N. IRELAND V FRANCE (FRANCE IN BLUE SHIRTS /WHITE SHORTS)
    1. GV France attack (playing right to left) the ball is passed to Giresse in penalty area who shoots and scores, crowd cheers. (3 SHOOTS) 0.14
    2. GV Second half kick-off 1-0 score superimposed over pictures crowd applaud as Rocheteau runs with ball into penalty area and scores second goal, crowd cheer, players celebrate. (4 SHOTS) 0.34
    3. GV France free kick passed to Rocheteau who dribbles inside penalty area evading defenders tackles and scores third goal. (2 SHOTS) 0.42
    4. GV Norman Whiteside crosses ball from left wing into France penalty area, French goalkeeper fails to collect the ball and Armstrong moves in and scores. (2 SHOTS) 1.05
    5. GV Ball is crossed from the right wing into N. Ireland penalty area and Giresse heads goal. (3 SHOTS) 1.21
    6. BLACK. 1.31
    POLAND V USSR (POLAND IN ALL RED)
    7. GV First half kick off (USSR playing right to left). 1.38
    8. GV Crowd holding up giant Italian flag. 1.42
    9. GV Soviet Union attack, ball is passed from left wing into Poland penalty area Sulakvelidze runs in an heads over bar. (3 SHOTS)
    10. GV Buncol takes free kick and shoots directly at goal from well outside penalty area, goalkeeper Dasayev saves comfortably. (3 SHOTS) 2.14
    11. GV Second half USSR attack down centre field, ball is flicked into Sulakvelidze's path who shoots towards goal but keeper saves. (2 SHOTS) 2.27
    12. GV Poland attack down centre of field the ball is chipped into Soviet penalty area, Soviet defender kicks ball out of play narrowly missing own goal. (2 SHOTS)
    InitialsRdeL/JRS

    SPORT: SOCCER
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    Background: MADRID & BARCELONA, SPAIN

    France ended Northern Ireland's unexpected World Cup run with a 4-1 victory at the Madrid stadium on July 4. The French needed only a draw to reach the semi-finals in Seville and dominated most of the game, shrugging off their erratic first-round form. It was Michel Platini who set up the first goal for Alain Giresse in the 34th minute and France were never seriously challenged after that. Two goals by Dominique Rocheteau and another from Giresse completed the rout although Northern Ireland salvaged a measure of self-respect when Gerry Armstrong slotted home his third goal of the finals. France's semi-final opponents will be West Germany, winners of Group B. Poland eliminated the Soviet Union from the finals when they held their opponents to a goalless draw at Barcelona's Nou Camp stadium. The Soviet team pushed forward with the urgency of a side facing elimination but never really looked like scoring. It was Poland who came closest to breaking the deadlock when after 64 minutes they forced Soviet goalkeeper Renat Dasayev to make two fine saves within 30 seconds. One of the more exciting incidents happened off the pitch when the Spanish police moved into the terraces to roll up a vast Solidarity banner. The Poles will face Italy in the Barcelona semi-final on July 8.

    Source: TELEVISIONE ESPANA

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    Film ID:
    VLVA5E2MEDYZ5HUG88MSXFYLUDXY9
    Media URN:
    VLVA5E2MEDYZ5HUG88MSXFYLUDXY9
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    05/07/1982
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:02:40:00
    Time in/Out:
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    Canister:
    N/A

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