The Spanish side, Real Madrid (wearing white) is out of the UEFA Cup.
FIRST HALF: Kaiserslauten playing from right to left.
GV West German side attacking and Funkel (No 9) scores goal, as crowd cheers (3 shots)
GV Kaiserslauten free kick and goal scored by Funkel as crowd cheers and players congratulate one another (4 shots)
GV Real Madrid losing possession of ball to Kaiserslauten (2 shots)
SV Real Madrid player No. 9 fouls Kaiserslauten player Funkel (No. 9) and gets sent off (3 shots)
GV Kaiserslauten attacks and scores through Bongartz, as crowd cheers (3 shots)
GV Kaiserslauten attacks and scores through Eilenfeldt as crowd cheers (3 shots)
GV Spanish player Pineda gets sent off (2 shots)
GV Kaiserslauten attacking and player No. 7 Geye scores goal (2 shots)
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Background: The Spanish side, Real Madrid (wearing white) is out of the UEFA Cup. In the second leg of its quarter-final against Kaiserslauten of West Germany the team was beaten 5-0. Kaiserslauten went through on aggregate 6-3, having been beaten by Real Madrid 3-1 in the first leg. Real Madrid's defeat at Kaiserslauten stadium was one of the worst in UEFA Cup history. The team dominated European football in the 1960's. During the match, three Real Madrid players were sent off, including the England international Laurie Cunningham. Kaiserslauten's first two goals were scored by their star player Funkel (No. 9). Funkel's second goal came after a free kick. In the second half, Kaiserslauten's Bongartz scored his side's third goal. Later Eilenfeldt and Geye scored for the home side. The other UEFA Cup quarter-finals winners were Hamburg, Gothenburg, and Radnicki Nis of Yugoslavia.