Burnley v Liverpool 3-3 (League match: September 3, 1894)

September 3, 1894
Match: Football League, First Division, at Turf Moor, kick-off: 17:00.
Burnley – Liverpool 3-3 (1-1).
Attendance: 9,000; gate receipt: £182.
Referee: Mr J. Lewis.
Burnley (2-3-5): Jack Hillman, Tom Nicol, Tom McLintock, Stuart Munn, Jimmy Crabtree, Archie Livingstone, Tom Morrison, Walter Place jnr, William Egan, Billy Bowes, Jimmy Hill.
Liverpool (2-3-5): William McCann, Andrew Hannah, Duncan McLean, John McCartney, Joe McQue, Matt McQueen, Patrick Gordon, Malcolm McVean, John Givens, Harry Bradshaw, Hugh McQueen.
The goals: 0-1 Gordon (15 min.), 1-1 Crabtree (40 min.), 2-1 Hill (46 min.), 2-2 Bradshaw (48 min.), 3-2 Egan (50 min.).
** Different accounts to Liverpool’s third goal. Local media is split between Bradshaw and H. McQueen, while Burnley Express credits McQue with the equaliser.
** Liverpool had three disallowed goals in the second half, two from in-direct free kicks that went straight into goal without touching another player, and one for charging Hillman, the Burnley goalkeeper into the net.

Match report from the Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, September 4 – 1894.
1894 Burnley v LFC 1 1894 Burnley v LFC 2

Jack Hillman, Burnley F.C. (Lancashire Evening Post: December 3, 1898).

Jimmy Crabtree, Burnley (Lloyd’s Weekly News: February 3, 1895):

Tom McLintock, Burnley F.C. (Lancashire Evening Post: November 16, 1901).

Archie Livingstone, Burnley F.C. (Lancashire Evening Post: December 17, 1898).

Harry Bradshaw, Liverpool (Illustrated Police Budget: November 11, 1899):

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