Sunday, October 31, 2010

Arsenal Anderlecht Uefa Cup 1969 1970

Final Second Leg

The first trophy of that year came on 28th April 1970 when Arsenal lifted their first European Trophy, the "Inter Cities Fairs Cup" (the predecessor of today's U.E.F.A. Cup). In the return leg, Arsenal attacked Anderlecht with venom, a stunning early shot by Kelly brought Arsenals first goal, Anderlecht were now within reach. McLintock's words of wisdom also rang true as Radford headed Arsenal's second. They were now ahead on the away goals rule, but were not allowed to relax as Mulder hit a post. 51,000 spectators anxiously watched on as Sammels provided Arsenals third. The final whistle eventually sounded, and the spectators flooded onto the pitch, Charlie George had his shirt ripped from his shoulders by souvenir hunters, and the elation of a Final victory spread across Highbury. Seventeen barren years without a trophy had been vanquished. After the victory, Don Howe spoke a few fateful words. "We can go on and on and on from here, I think this is just the beginning..........." Arsenal @

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