Soccer--and in one of the more interesting English League division One games on Saturday (October 2), Spurs beat Ipswich 2-1 with a disputed goal after trailing throughout the first half.
GTV Ipswich (dark blue shirts) take corner kick; ball beaded away by Spurs defence. Ball put back into penalty area and cleared by Spurs goalkeeper.
GTV Ipswich attack again and Collard (???) scores.
GTV Second half - Spurs No. 4 takes corner kick - needed towards goal but saved by Ipswich goalkeeper
GTV Spurs attack again - No. 2 centres ball and another Spurs player shoots for goal but misses.
GTV Ball loose in Ipswich penalty ares. Goalkeeper clears amongst scuffle but Spurs Chivers kicks and scores.
GTV Spurs player centres ball into Ipswich penalty area. Scuffle in goalmouth, ball runs out of goal but referee awards goal to Spurs. Ipswich players protest.
GV Crowd applaud PAN TO scorer Gilzean (No. Il) being congratulated.
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Background: Soccer--and in one of the more interesting English League division One games on Saturday (October 2), Spurs beat Ipswich 2-1 with a disputed goal after trailing throughout the first half. They equalised in the 57th minute, and won the game with the controversial goal in the 74th. This film shows highlights form the game, played at Spurs' home ground at White Hart lane in London.
SYNOPSIS: Soccer -- and in the English League Division One Spurs -- playing in white shirts -- beat Ipswich 2-1 at Spurs' home ground at White Heat Lane in London on Saturday. Ipswich dominated the first half, however, with some skilful play, and forward Ian Collard, number sight, put them ahead in the 16th minute with a well-deserved goal....
Ipswich, who were playing a sparkling game after only managing to score six goals in ten games so far this season, were not really troubled by Spurs. They were still ahead by one goal at the second half kick-off, but suddenly Spurs forward Martin Chivers found the ball at the right time and scored the equaliser in the 57th minute, beating goalkeeper Sivell with a low drive....
Ipswich tried to rally, but it seamed that Spurs had taken the initiative. And, following a tight goal-mouth scuffle round the Ipswich net, Spurs' Alan Gilzean put a shot past Sivell with a ball that ran back out of the goal-moth. The referee awarded the goal in a decision hotly disputed by the Ipswich players....but the score stayed at 2-1 for the rest of the games for a Spurs' home victory.