1960 Intercontinental Cup

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1960 Intercontinental Cup
First leg
Date 3 July 1960
Venue Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Referee José Luis Praddaude (Argentina)
Second leg
Date 4 September 1960
Venue Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
Referee Ken Aston (England)
Attendance 100,000
1961

The 1960 Intercontinental Cup was the inaugural edition of the matchup between the reigning European football champion and the reigning South American football champion. The two-legged tie was contested between Spanish club Real Madrid and Uruguayan club Peñarol. The first match-up ended with Los Merengues holding Peñarol to a 0–0 draw in Montevideo's Estadio Centenario and soundly winning 5–1 in the return leg in Madrid's Santiago Bernabéu thanks to the marvelous performances of Alfredo Di Stéfano and Ferenc Puskás.

First leg[edit]

3 July 1960
Peñarol Uruguay 0–0 Spain Real Madrid
Report
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 71,872
Referee: José Luis Praddaude (Argentina)
Peñarol
Real Madrid
GK 1 Uruguay Luis Maidana
DF Uruguay Santiago Pino
DF Uruguay William Martínez
MF Uruguay Walter Aguerre
MF Uruguay Néstor Gonçalves
MF Brazil Salvador
FW 7 Uruguay Luis Cubilla
FW Argentina Carlos Linazza
FW Uruguay Juan Hohberg
FW 9 Ecuador Alberto Spencer
FW Uruguay Carlos Borges
Manager:
Uruguay Roberto Scarone
GK 1 Argentina Rogelio Domínguez
DF Spain José Santamaría
DF Spain Marquitos
MF Spain Pachín
MF Spain José María Zárraga
MF Spain José María Vidal
FW Spain Luis del Sol
RW Brazil Canário
FW 9 Spain Alfredo Di Stéfano
FW 10 Hungary Ferenc Puskás
FW 11 Spain Manolín
Manager:
Spain Miguel Muñoz

Second leg[edit]

4 September 1960
Real Madrid Spain 5–1 Uruguay Peñarol
Puskás Goal 2'8'
Di Stéfano Goal 3'
Herrera Goal 40'
Gento Goal 54'
Report Spencer Goal 80'
Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
Attendance: 100,000
Referee: Ken Aston (England)
Real Madrid
Peñarol
GK 1 Argentina Rogelio Domínguez
DF Spain José Santamaría
DF Spain Marquitos
MF Spain Pachín
MF Spain José María Zárraga
MF Spain José María Vidal
FW Spain Luis del Sol
RW Spain Chus Herrera
FW 9 Spain Alfredo Di Stéfano
FW 10 Hungary Ferenc Puskás
FW 11 Spain Francisco Gento
Manager:
Spain Miguel Muñoz
GK 1 Uruguay Luis Maidana
DF Uruguay Santiago Pino
DF Uruguay William Martínez
MF Uruguay Walter Aguerre
MF Uruguay Francisco Majewski
MF Brazil Salvador
FW 7 Uruguay Luis Cubilla
FW Argentina Carlos Linazza
FW Uruguay Juan Hohberg
FW 9 Ecuador Alberto Spencer
FW Uruguay Carlos Borges
Manager:
Uruguay Roberto Scarone

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