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    The Soviet Union team, noted for its soccer prowess, played in England for the first time October 22, failed to score against the Anglo-Saxons' 5 goals.

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    SHOT BOEING 707 TAXI-ING IN......S.O.F.


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    SHOT TURNILL TO CAPTAIN...."CAPTAIN RICHARD VERALL, YOU'RE OUR CAPTAIN TO-DAY"............


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    GV.of WEMBLEY STADIUM.


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    SV. BOTH TEAMS WALKING ONTO FIELD.


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    SV. RUSSIAN TEAM WALKING PAST IN DARK SHIRTS.


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    LV. CROWD.


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    Top V.OF KICK OFF - START OF GAME. RUSSIAN KICK OFF.


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    SV. RUSSIAN PASSING BALL.


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    LV. RUSSIANS ATTACK-ENGLISH GOALIE SAVES, BALL OUT OF PLAY.


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    CU. CROWD.


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    SV. ENGLISH PLAYER CHARLTON WITH BALL.


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    GV. ENGLAND SCORES 1st GOAL, BY T. HAYNES.


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    SV. ENGLISH PLAYERS SHAKING HANDS.


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    GV. CROWD.


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    LV. HAYNES SCORES 2nd GOAL.


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    SV. CROWD CHEER.


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    Top V. ENGLAND ATTACKING.


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    Top V. HAYNES SCORES 3rd. Goal.


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    SV. CROWD CHEER.


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    SV. ENGLISH PLAYERS ATTACKING.


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    LV. DOUGLAS BEING TRIPPED IN PENALTY AREA.


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    CU. CROWD.


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    LV. ENGLAND SCORES 4th GOAL BY PENALTY. (BY CHARLTON).


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    CU. CROWD.


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    SV. ENGLAND ATTACKING.


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    Top V. LOFTHOUSE SCORES ENGLAND'S 5th GOAL.


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    SV. CROWD.


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    Top V. FINISH OF MATCH.




    Initials JRG JWH/VCW


    SPORT: SOCCER

    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: The Soviet Union team, noted for its soccer prowess, played in England for the first time October 22, failed to score against the Anglo-Saxons' 5 goals.


    On the way to the giant Wembley pitch where a 100,000-strong crowd were queuing
    to see the Bear V Lion hassle, the Russians received a shaking up but were
    unhurt when their coach was in collision with a Londoner's car.

    The British 5-0 victory looked to the fans to be ample revenge for England's
    defeat by the Soviet Union in last summer's World Cup. This time, the Russian
    performance disappointed the fans who had hoped for more than a lop-sided game.

    In short Russia was zero that day.

    For England, the man who made victory clear was inside-left Johnny Haynes with
    three goals.

    Johnny set the Lion roaring down victory's lane with a first goal in the dying
    seconds of the first half, then struck again in the 62nd minute. Ten minutes
    before Russia's final defeat he shot in the third.

    Inside right Charlton scored a fourth with a penalty in the 85th minute. Nat
    Lofthouse with typical dash from his centre forward position scored the fifth
    with a fine left-foot drive.

    Maybe because of the accident jolt, Russia made three important team changes
    thirty minutes before kick off. Kuznetsov was at left back instead of Sherbakov,
    Mazlenkin took over from centre-half Khrizhevsky and Mamedov came in for
    inside-left Voroshilov.

    At the start: one unusual feature for an international at Wembley - there was no
    traditional presentation of the teams.

    England won the toss, was one up at half time.

    Teams: England - McDonald; Howe, Shaw; Clayton, Wright (captain), Slater;
    Douglas, Charlton, Lofthouse, Haynes, Finney.

    Russia - V. Belyayev (Moscow Dynamo); K. Kosarev (Dynamo), B. Kuznetsov
    (Dynamo); Y. Voinov (Kiev Dynamo), B. Maslyonkin (Spartak), V. Tearev (Moscow
    Dynamo); S. Metrevli (Moscow Torpedo)m V. Ivanov (Torpedo), N. Simonyan
    (captain) (Spartak), Namedov (Locomotive), A. Ilyin (Spartak).

    Tailpiece. Moscow Radio's comment on the match: "England played excellently."

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    Film ID:
    VLVA6A45KXUFGV5PRSWWJFQ9B8OWI
    Media URN:
    VLVA6A45KXUFGV5PRSWWJFQ9B8OWI
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    22/10/1958
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    MXF
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:01:35:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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