1930 FIFA World Cup Group 1

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Group 1 of the 1930 FIFA World Cup began on 13 July 1930 and concluded on 22 July 1930. Argentina won the group, and advanced to the semi-finals. Chile, France and Mexico failed to advance.

Standings[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Argentina 3 3 0 0 10 4 +6 6
 Chile 3 2 0 1 5 3 +2 4
 France 3 1 0 2 4 3 +1 2
 Mexico 3 0 0 3 4 13 −9 0

France vs Mexico[edit]

13 July 1930
15:00 UYT (UTC−03:30)
France  4–1  Mexico
L. Laurent Goal 19'
Langiller Goal 40'
Maschinot Goal 43'87'
Report Carreño Goal 70'
Estadio Pocitos, Montevideo
Attendance: 4,444
Referee: Domingo Lombardi (Uruguay)
GK 1 Alex Thépot
FB 2 Étienne Mattler
FB 3 Marcel Capelle
HB 4 Augustin Chantrel
HB 5 Alexandre Villaplane (c)
HB 6 Edmond Delfour
FW 7 Marcel Pinel
FW 8 Lucien Laurent
FW 9 André Maschinot
FW 10 Ernest Libérati
FW 11 Marcel Langiller
Manager:
Raoul Caudron
GK 1 Oscar Bonfiglio
FB 2 Rafael Garza Gutiérrez (c)
FB 3 Manuel Rosas
HB 4 Efraín Amézcua
HB 5 Alfredo Sánchez
HB 6 Felipe Rosas
FW 7 Hilario López
FW 8 José Ruíz
FW 9 Dionisio Mejía
FW 10 Juan Carreño
FW 11 Luis Pérez
Manager:
Juan Luque de Serrallonga

Linesmen:
Henri Christophe (Belgium)
Almeida Rêgo (Brazil)

Argentina vs France[edit]

15 July 1930
16:00 UYT (UTC−03:30)
Argentina  1–0  France
Monti Goal 81' Report
Estadio Parque Central, Montevideo
Attendance: 23,409
Referee: Almeida Rêgo (Brazil)
GK 1 Ángel Bossio
FB 2 José Della Torre
FB 3 Ramón Muttis
HB 4 Juan Evaristo
HB 5 Luis Monti
HB 6 Pedro Suárez
FW 7 Natalio Perinetti
FW 8 Francisco Varallo
FW 9 Manuel Ferreira (c)
FW 10 Roberto Cherro
FW 11 Mario Evaristo
Manager:
Juan José Tramutola
GK 1 Alex Thépot
FB 2 Étienne Mattler
FB 3 Marcel Capelle
HB 4 Augustin Chantrel
HB 5 Alexandre Villaplane (c)
HB 6 Edmond Delfour
FW 7 Marcel Pinel
FW 8 Lucien Laurent
FW 9 André Maschinot
FW 10 Ernest Libérati
FW 11 Marcel Langiller
Manager:
Raoul Caudron

Linesmen:
Ulises Saucedo (Bolivia)
Costel Rădulescu (Romania)

Chile vs Mexico[edit]

16 July 1930
14:45 UYT (UTC−03:30)
Chile  3–0  Mexico
Carlos Vidal Goal 3'65'[1][2]
M. Rosas Goal 52' (o.g.)
Report
GK 1 Roberto Cortés
FB 2 Ulises Poirier
FB 3 Víctor Morales
HB 4 Arturo Torres
HB 5 Guillermo Saavedra
HB 6 Humberto Elgueta
FW 7 Tomás Ojeda
FW 8 Guillermo Subiabre
FW 9 Eberardo Villalobos
FW 10 Carlos Vidal
FW 11 Carlos Schneeberger (c)
Manager:
Hungary György Orth
GK 1 Isidoro Sota
FB 2 Rafael Garza Gutiérrez (c)
FB 3 Manuel Rosas
HB 4 Efraín Amézcua
HB 5 Alfredo Sánchez
HB 6 Felipe Rosas
FW 7 Hilario López
FW 8 Roberto Gayón
FW 9 José Ruíz
FW 10 Juan Carreño
FW 11 Luis Pérez
Manager:
Juan Luque de Serrallonga

Linesmen:
Martin Aphesteguy (Uruguay)
John Langenus (Belgium)

Chile vs France[edit]

19 July 1930
12:50 UYT (UTC−03:30)
Chile  1–0  France
Subiabre Goal 67'[1] Report
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Anibal Tejada (Uruguay)
GK 1 Roberto Cortés
FB 2 Ernesto Chaparro
FB 3 Guillermo Riveros
HB 4 Arturo Torres
HB 5 Guillermo Saavedra
HB 6 Casimiro Torres
FW 7 Tomás Ojeda
FW 8 Guillermo Subiabre
FW 9 Eberardo Villalobos
FW 10 Carlos Vidal
FW 11 Carlos Schneeberger (c)
Manager:
Hungary György Orth
GK 1 Alex Thépot
FB 2 Marcel Capelle
FB 3 Étienne Mattler
HB 4 Augustin Chantrel
HB 5 Célestin Delmer
HB 6 Alexandre Villaplane (c)
FW 7 Ernest Libérati
FW 8 Edmond Delfour
FW 9 Marcel Pinel
FW 10 Emile Veinante
FW 11 Marcel Langiller
Manager:
Raoul Caudron

Linesmen:
Domingo Lombardi (Uruguay)
Almeida Rêgo (Brazil)

Argentina vs Mexico[edit]

19 July 1930
15:00 UYT (UTC−03:30)
Argentina  6–3  Mexico
Stábile Goal 8'17'80'
Zumelzú Goal 12'55'
Varallo Goal 53'
Report M. Rosas Goal 42' (pen.)65'
Gayón Goal 75'
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 42,100
Referee: Ulises Saucedo (Bolivia)
GK 1 Ángel Bossio
FB 2 José Della Torre
FB 3 Fernando Paternoster
HB 4 Alberto Chividini
HB 5 Adolfo Zumelzú
HB 6 Rodolfo Orlandini
FW 7 Carlos Peucelle
FW 8 Francisco Varallo
FW 9 Guillermo Stábile (c)
FW 10 Attilio Demaría
FW 11 Carlos Spadaro
Manager:
Juan José Tramutola
GK 1 Oscar Bonfiglio
FB 2 Rafael Garza Gutiérrez (c)
FB 3 Manuel Rosas
HB 4 Felipe Olivares
HB 5 Alfredo Sánchez
HB 6 Raymundo Rodríguez
FW 7 Francisco Garza Gutiérrez
FW 8 Felipe Rosas
FW 9 Hilario López
FW 10 Roberto Gayón
FW 11 Juan Carreño
Manager:
Juan Luque de Serrallonga

Linesmen:
Gualberto Alonso (Uruguay)
Costel Rădulescu (Romania)

Argentina vs Chile[edit]

22 July 1930
14:45 UYT (UTC−03:30)
Argentina  3–1  Chile
Stábile Goal 12'13'
M. Evaristo Goal 51'
Report Subiabre Goal 15'[1][3]
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 41,459
Referee: John Langenus (Belgium)
GK 1 Ángel Bossio
FB 2 José Della Torre
FB 3 Fernando Paternoster
HB 4 Juan Evaristo
HB 5 Luis Monti
HB 6 Rodolfo Orlandini
FW 7 Carlos Peucelle
FW 8 Francisco Varallo
FW 9 Guillermo Stábile
FW 10 Manuel Ferreira (c)
FW 11 Mario Evaristo
Manager:
Juan José Tramutola
GK 1 Roberto Cortés
FB 2 Ernesto Chaparro
FB 3 Víctor Morales
HB 4 Arturo Torres
HB 5 Guillermo Saavedra
HB 6 Casimiro Torres
FW 7 Guillermo Arellano
FW 8 Guillermo Subiabre (c)
FW 9 Eberardo Villalobos
FW 10 Carlos Vidal
FW 11 Juan Aguilera
Manager:
Hungary György Orth

Linesmen:
Henri Christophe (Belgium)
Ulises Saucedo (Bolivia)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c This is one of several goals for which the statistical details are disputed. The goalscorers and timings used here are those of FIFA, the official record. Some other sources, such as RSSSF, state a different scorer, timing, or both. See "World Cup 1930 finals". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 15 August 2010. 
  2. ^ Both of these goals are credited by RSSSF and FIFA to Carlos Vidal
  3. ^ This goal is credited by RSSSF to Carlos Vidal