Peter Millar (soccer)
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|Place of birth||Scotland|
|1961–1962||→ Inter-Brooklyn Italians|
|1962–1964||→ Boca Juniors|
|1964–1968||New York Inter|
|1969–1972||New York Inter Giuliana|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Peter Millar is a retired Scottish-American soccer forward. He spent nine seasons in the second American Soccer League, one in the North American Soccer League and four in the German American Soccer League. He also earned thirteen caps, scoring eight goals, with the U.S. national team between 1968 and 1972.
Millar earned thirteen caps for the U.S. national team between 1968 and 1972, scoring 8 goals (or 9 depending on the sources) during that time. He made an auspicious debut with the team by scoring a hat trick in a September 15, 1968 tie with Israel. Some records only attribute 2 goals to Millar as he and Willy Roy apparently kicked the ball nearly simultaneously which leads to the discrepancy in his stats.
|1||September 15, 1968||New York, New York||Israel||2–3||3–3||Friendly|
|3||October 20, 1968||Port-au-Prince, Haiti||Haiti||?||6–3||Friendly|
|6||October 21, 1968||Port-au-Prince, Haiti||Haiti||?||2-5||Friendly|
|7||November 2, 1968||Kansas City, Missouri||Bermuda||1–0||6–2||1970 World Cup Qualifying|