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    Football international between England and Holland ends in 0 - 0 draw. Wembley.

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    No title - England versus Holland international ends in 0 - 0 draw. Wembley, Greater London / Middlesex.

    M/S as Holland kick off right to left. Low M/S England attacking, Holland clear and start an attack. Various shots of the match. M/S as Bobby Charlton passes ball to left wing. Various shots of the match. Charlton shoots, the ball is blocked by an England forward. He turns and shoots, the goalkeeper Van Beveren blocks the ball. M/S Colin Bell running in, the ball is blocked again and cleared. M/S Charlton in midfield attacking. L/S ball being swung into middle. Jones heads into goalmouth. Ian Moore heads and the ball goes in the net. The goal is disallowed, pan to referee pointing. Van Beveren takes short goal kick. Player passes it back to him. Various shots of the match, Johan Cruyff of Ajax centres, another Holland player with ball passes but shoots wide. The ball is deflected for corner. Various shots of the match. M/S crowds at half time.

    Various shots of the second half. Gordon Banks and a Holland player both rush for the ball. Banks grabs the ball and throws up field. Various shots of the match, Mick Jones centres. Player knocks ball down to Charlton who shoots. The goalkeeper saves and Van Beveren throws up field. M/S as ball is thrown out, it goes straight to an England player. Various shots of the match, Charlton breaks through defence and shoots but the goal is disallowed because the referee had already blown whistle for full time. M/S as referee talks to Van Beveren. M/S as Alf Ramsey and coach walk down tunnel after game. M/S's as England walk off field and through tunnel.

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    Pathe newsreels
    British Pathé
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    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:51:18:00 / 01:53:13:00

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  1. Unknown user says

    The match was played on 14 January 1970.

    "goalkeeper Van Beveren" is Jan van Beveren.

    "Ian Moore" in text and tags is actually Ian Storey-Moore, (although he seems often to have been called Ian Moore by commentators). This was his only England appearance.

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