England v Czechoslovakia 5-4 (International: December 1, 1937)


December 1, 1937
International: Friendly, at White Hart Lane.
England – Czechoslovakia 5-4 (3-2).
Attendance: 45,879.
Referee: Mr. John Langenus (Belgium).
England (2-3-5): Vic Woodley (Chelsea), Bert Sproston (Leeds United), Sam Barkas (Captain, Manchester City), Jack Crayston (Arsenal), Stan Cullis (Wolves), Wilf Copping (Arsenal), Stanley Matthews (Stoke City), Willie Hall (Tottenham Hotspur), George Mills (Chelsea), Len Goulden (West Ham United), John Morton (West Ham United).
Czechoslovakia (2-3-5): František Plánička (Captain, Slavia Praha), Josef Košťálek (Sparta Praha), Ferdinand Daučík (Slavia Praha), Antonín Vodička (Slavia Praha), Jaroslav Bouček (Sparta Praha), Karel Kolský (Sparta Praha), Jan Říha (Sparta Praha), František Kloz (Kladno), Josef Zeman (Sparta Praha), Oldřich Nejedlý (Sparta Praha), Antonín Puč (Slavia Praha).
The goals: 1-0 Crayston (10 min.), 1-1 Puč (12 min.), 2-1 Morton (19 min.), 3-1 Matthews (28 min.), 3-2 Nejedlý (45 min.), 4-2 Matthews (55 min.), 4-3 Zeman (60 min.), 4-4 Nejedlý (75 min.), 5-4 Matthews (83 min.).

Birmingham Daily Gazette: December 2, 1937.

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