1965 Intercontinental Cup

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1965 Intercontinental Cup
on aggregate
First leg
Date 8 September 1965
Venue San Siro, Milan
Second leg
Date 15 September 1965
Venue La Doble Visera, Avellaneda
1964
1966

The 1965 Intercontinental Cup was a football tie held over two legs in September 1965 between the winners of the 1964–65 European Cup Internazionale and Independiente, winners of the 1965 Copa Libertadores, premier competitions in European and South American club football.

The first leg was held on 8 September 1965 at San Siro, home of Internazionale, who won the match 3–0, with goals from Joaquín Peiró and Sandro Mazzola. La Doble Visera hosted the return leg 7 days later on 15 September 1965, and ended in a goalless draw. Internazionale thus won the Intercontinental Cup for the second year in a row.


First leg[edit]

Match details[edit]

8 September 1965
Internazionale Italy 3–0 Argentina Independiente
Peiró Goal 3'
Mazzola Goal 22'59'
(Report)
San Siro, Milan
Attendance: 75,000
Referee: M. Kreitlen Germany


Internazionale
Independiente
GK 1 Italy Giuliano Sarti
DF 2 Italy Tarcisio Burgnich
DF 3 Italy Giacinto Facchetti
DF 4 Italy Gianfranco Bedin
DF 5 Italy Aristide Guarneri
MF 6 Italy Armando Picchi
MF 7 Brazil Jair da Costa
MF 8 Italy Sandro Mazzola
FW 9 Spain Joaquín Peiró
FW 10 Spain Luis Suárez
FW 11 Italy Mario Corso
Manager:
Argentina Helenio Herrera
GK 1 Argentina Miguel Santoro
DF 2 Argentina Rubén Navarro
DF 3 Uruguay Ricardo Pavoni
DF 4 Argentina David Acevedo
DF 5 Argentina Juan Carlos Guzmán
MF 6 Argentina Roberto Ferreiro
MF 7 Argentina Raúl Bernao
MF 8 Argentina Vicente de la Mata
FW 9 Argentina Roque Avallay
FW 10 Argentina Mario Rodríguez
FW 11 Argentina Raúl Savoy
Manager:
Argentina Manuel Giudice

Second leg[edit]

Match details[edit]

15 September 1965
Independiente Argentina 0–0 Italy Internazionale
(Report)
La Doble Visera, Avellaneda
Attendance: 80,000
Referee: Arturo Yamasaki (PER)


Independiente
Internazionale
GK 1 Argentina Miguel Santoro
DF 2 Argentina Rubén Navarro
DF 3 Uruguay Ricardo Pavoni
DF 4 Argentina Roberto Ferreiro
DF 5 Argentina Tomás Barrios
MF 6 Argentina Juan Carlos Guzmán
MF 7 Argentina Raúl Bernao
MF 8 Argentina Osvaldo Mura
FW 9 Argentina Roque Avallay
FW 10 Argentina Miguel Mori
FW 11 Argentina Raúl Savoy
Manager:
Argentina Manuel Giudice
GK 1 Italy Giuliano Sarti
DF 2 Italy Tarcisio Burgnich
DF 3 Italy Giacinto Facchetti
DF 4 Italy Gianfranco Bedin
DF 5 Italy Aristide Guarneri
MF 6 Italy Armando Picchi
MF 7 Brazil Jair da Costa
MF 8 Italy Sandro Mazzola
FW 9 Spain Joaquín Peiró
FW 10 Spain Luis Suárez
FW 11 Italy Mario Corso
Manager:
Argentina Helenio Herrera

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