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29.10.1961 at 00:00 Stahove Stadium, Prague Attendance: 30000
Czechoslovakia 7 - 1 Republic of Ireland
Referee: Lundell (Sweden) World Cup Qualifier-match

Goalscorers
Kvasnak 8,36,
Scherer 24,75,
Jelinek 30,
Popichal 57,
Masopust 61,
Amby Fogarty (56)
Opening squads
Schroif,
Hledik,
Tichy,
Pluskal,
Popluhar,
Masopust,
Pospichal,
Scherer,
Kvasnak,
Adamec,
Jelinek,
Noel Dwyer
Phil Kelly
Mick Mc Grath
Ronnie Nolan
Charlie Hurley
Noel Cantwell
Frank O'Neill
Amby Fogarty
Joe Haverty
John Giles
Peter Fitzgerald
Substitutes
Substitutions
None None.
Yellow cards
None None.
Red cards
None None.
Match report


Pictures from the match
Match 87
Sunday, October 29th, 1961

Statto:
10th Cap for both Noel Dwyer and Mick Mc Grath
Ireland's heaviest competitive defeat
Czechoslovakia needed a win to force a play off with Scotland for a place in the World Cup Finals.

Czechoslovakia 7 (Kvasnak 2, Scherer 2, Jelinek, Pospichal, Masopust)
Republic of Ireland 1 (Fogarty)

Ireland: Noel Dwyer (Swansea Town), Phil Kelly (Wolves), Noel Cantwell (Manchester Utd) capt, Ronnie Nolan (Shamrock Rovers), Charlie Hurley (Sunderland), Mick McGrath (Blackburn Roverss), Frank O'Neill (Shamrock Rovers), Amby Fogarty (Sunderland), Peter Fitzgerald (Chester), Johnny Giles (Manchester Utd), Joe Haverty (Blackburn Rovers)

Czechoslovakia: Schroif, Hledik, Tichy, Pluskal, Popluhar, Masopust, Pospichal, Scherer, Kvasnak, Adamec, Jelinek
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