Round: Q/F, 2nd Leg 1965-66 EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS CUP Stadium: Anfield
Date: Tuesday, 8th March 1966
Attendance: 54,631
Time: 19:30 Referee: Anton Bucheli
Coach: Bill Shankly Coach: Jozsef Bozsik

LIVERPOOL 2 : 0 HONVED
1. Tommy Lawrence


1. Bela Takacs
2. Chris Lawler 27 1:0

2. Zoltan Dudas
3. Gerry Byrne


3. Ferenc Sipos
4. Gordon Milne


4. Boldizsar Mihalecz
5. Ron Yeats (C)


5. Antal Tussinger

6. Willie Stevenson


6. Ferenc Nogradi
7. Ian Callaghan


7. Jozsef Dorogi
8. Roger Hunt


8. Imre Komora
9. Ian St John 47 2:0

9. Lajos Tichy (C)
10. Tommy Smith


10. Gyorgy Nagy
11. Peter Thompson


11. Sandor Katona




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Chris Lawler - another goal from right back




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Ian St John - goal early in second half








Official Programme. 16 pages.

Tickets were issued for the seating areas only.









Main Stand ticket.








Kemlyn Road Stand ticket.
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Main Stand ticket.
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Kemlyn Road Stand ticket.
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Main Stand ticket.
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Team sheet page from the programme autographed by Billy Liddell.
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Photograph from Liverpool programme


Honved : 1964 Hungary Cup Winners

FORM GUIDE
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(Oct 12, 2015) Phil Brough said:

I guess the memory of the superb Hungarian team that beat England still lingered but Shanks was certainly very nervous about playing Honved and the crowd were very respectful and subdued. Quiet man Chris Lawler obliged the emotions with one of his headed goals, in the 2-0 win. I saw him score a number of similar goals but I cannot recall him moving forward in open play to get into goal scoring positions; he must have crept forward in his slippers. Opposing teams seem to have had the same trouble.

Honved were very defensive and Liverpool struggled to break through, even Roger Hunt had a bad night. I have Kenneth Wolstenholme's typed transcript for his televised report and he said "he must have sent his shooting boots to the cobblers". Wolstenholme scored the players out of 10; Tommy Smith, Ian Callaghan, and Peter Thompson the highest with 8.

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WHAT HAPPENED NEXT?
The following Saturday Liverpool won 1:0 against Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield. Roger Hunt scored the Liverpool goal in the second half. The result left Liverpool in 1st place in the First Division after 33 matches on 49 points, 9 points ahead of Leeds United who had 3 matches in hand.

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