1975 Cup Winners' Cup Final
The 1975 Cup Winners' Cup Final is a football match to determine the winner of the 1974/75 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, the 15th final of the European Cup Winners' Cup.
The match took place on May 14, 1975 in Basel, Switzerland with the participation of Dynamo Kyiv, which at the time represented the USSR, and Ferencvaros of Hungary. The game ended with a convincing victory of Kyiv (3: 0), which won the first continental cup in the history of Soviet club football.
The match took place with a significant game and territorial advantage of Dynamo Kyiv, which was scored in the 18th minute, when Volodymyr Onyschenko raided the left flank, beat Oleg Blokhin and, beating two defenders of the Hungarian club, hit the opponent's goal. angle. Shortly before the end of the first half, the same Onishchenko doubled the score, which, given the course of the game, virtually removed the question of the winner of the match. This time the Dynamo striker decided to strike from the right flank from outside the penalty area, which came as a surprise to the goalkeeper of "Ferencvaros", and the ball flew under the crossbar on a high trajectory.
The final score of the game - 3: 0 in favor of the Kiev club - was set in the middle of the second half by 22-year-old striker Oleg Blokhin, who quickly beat the defender and goalkeeper of the opposing team, then hit the empty net from almost zero.
Cup Winners' Cup 1974-1975
1975 European Champions Cup Final
1975 UEFA Cup Final
Dynamo - Ferencvaros 3: 0 1975 Archived October 30, 2014 in Wayback Machine. on dynamo.kiev.ua (in Russian)
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup results Archived March 16, 2016 in Wayback Machine. on RSSSF.com
1975 Cup Winners' Cup Final at UEFA.com
Video review of the game on YouTube
Full video of the game on YouTube